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'A moral giant': South Africans pay their respects to Tutu

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

'A moral giant': South Africans pay their respects to Tutu

"South south Africans Africans of of all all walks walks of of life life are are paying paying their their respects respects to to Anglican Anglican bishop bishop and and Nobel Nobel Peace Peace Prize Prize winner winner Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu tutus tutus plain plain pine pine casket casket is is on on view view in in St St George George Anglican Anglican cathedral cathedral in in Cape Cape Town Town to to Nava Nava no no rain rain Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu was was an an inspiration inspiration because because he he is is being being very very inclusive inclusive of of all all faith faith or or religion religion and and I I loved loved he's he's infectious infectious laughter laughter and and the the smiles smiles used used Alpharetta Alpharetta never never met met two two two two but but did did see see him him on on television television still still when when you you walk walk past past a a coffin coffin of of a a deceased deceased person person as as always always this this kind kind of of connection connection there's there's always always this this kind kind of of energy energy and and that's that's what what I I could could feel feel when when I I walk walk across across the the this this is is testament testament to to to to not not reverent reverent Wilma Wilma Jacobson Jacobson says says to to to to help help her her and and other other women women rise rise in in the the Anglican Anglican church church he he was was about about saying saying women women are are equal equal to to men men like like it it but but basically basically the the church church was was like like a a good good trying trying to to fly fly with with one one wing wing and and it it needed needed to to become become a a bird bird that that flies flies if if flies flies two two weeks weeks requiem requiem mass mass for for Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu will will be be held held tomorrow tomorrow I I met met Donahue Donahue

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"wilma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:30 min | 2 months ago

"wilma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"From wonder media network, I'm Jenny caplan, and this is romantica. This month we're highlighting indigenous women from around the world. Today, we're honoring the remarkable life of the first woman elected to lead the Cherokee nation. Let's talk about Wilma man killer. Wilma pearl man killer was born on November 18th, 1945, in the Cherokee nation's tribal capital of taluka. Located in eastern Oklahoma. She was the 6th of 11 children. Wilma's mother, Clara Irene was of Dutch Irish descent, and her father, Charlie came from a long line of Cherokee ancestors. The surname killer, as Gaia dihi refers to the traditional Cherokee military rank of captain or major. Wilma spent some of her childhood in a 160 acre plot of land, known as the man killer flats. The Wilma never felt poor growing up. Her family's home didn't have electricity, indoor plumbing or telephones. When she was 11 years old, Wilma's family moved to San Francisco as part of a relocation policy of the bureau of Indian affairs. The goal was to urbanize rural indigenous people by moving them off of federally subsidized reservations to big cities, but the promise that they would have jobs. In a 1993 New York Times article, Wilma described the move as her own little trail of tears, and referenced to federal troops forcibly removing the Cherokee tribe from their ancestral home in the southeast during the winters of 1838 and 1839. Just a few days before her 18th birthday. Wilma married Hugo olaya, and they had two daughters together Gina and Felicia. Wilma quickly fell into doing the cleaning and the cooking and the grocery shopping. But she felt uneasy about taking on this role. For Wilma and many others, the 60s and 70s were a time of political awakening and consciousness expanding. Flanked by the civil rights era in the growing women's movement. Wilma had an aha moment in 1969. The day she witnessed the Alcatraz occupation of indigenous peoples on TV. As she watched young indigenous activists claim the island, in the name of Indians of all tribes Wilma's life changed she recalled when Alcatraz occurred, I became aware of what needed to be done to let the rest of the world know that Indians had rights, too. Wilma began to frequently visit the activists and raised money for the cause. Forever marked by her experience, Wilma started to empower the surrounding indigenous communities in California. She also started taking night classes at skyline college in San Francisco state. In 1974, Wilma asked her husband for a divorce. They had grown apart and she didn't see a future with him. A few years later, in 1977, she moved back to Oklahoma with her two daughters. Back home Wilma continued her activism. She began volunteering in tribal affairs and leading campaigns for better health and school programs. She became the economic stimulus coordinator for the Cherokee nation. All while earning her bachelor degree in social sciences from flaming rainbow university in still well Oklahoma. In 1981, Wilma became the founding director of the community development department of the Cherokee nation. In that role, she helped develop rural water systems and rehabilitation housing. Her community impact led her to become the first deputy chief of the Cherokee nation. As the running mate of the tribes then principal chief Ross swimmer. Two years later, in 1985, swimmer joined the U.S. Department of the Interior, and Wilma succeeded him as Cherokee nation's principal chief. During that time, Wilma's daughter Gina recalled people thought that we would be the laughing stock of all the tribes if we had a female leader. Wilma quite literally had to fight to get a seat at the table. At one of the bigger inter tribal council meetings, Wilma was intentionally left out. She had to go find a chair, drag it in and push her way up to the table. Right before they had earned the meeting, Wilma stood up and said, no, I have something to say. Still, Wilma was elected to a full four year term in 1987 and reelected in 1991. During her tenure as principal chief, Wilma's priorities were to protect tradition and bring as much income into her community as possible. By the end of her tenure, her tribe's budget reached a $150 million a year. She served as chief for ten years and her leadership was awarded with honorary degrees and in 1998, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Wilmer married Charlie soap, who was also Cherokee in 1986. She described their marriage as one between equals with mutual respect. She was with him until her death. Wilma lived with a number of health issues over the years, lymphoma, kidney disease and a neuromuscular disorder. In 2010, at the age of 64, Wilma died of pancreatic cancer. At Wilma's funeral, her longtime friend Gloria Steinem said ancient traditions call for setting signal fires to light the way home for a great one. Fires were lit in 23 countries after Wilma's death. The millions she touched will continue her work. But.

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Jenna Ellis: Wokeism and the Broken Left Will Not Win Out

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Wokeism and the Broken Left Will Not Win Out

"Trump. She's the child the national election integrity alliance of which I am also a member full disclosure and she's a regular constitutional expert here in America first generalis. Welcome on this glorious day. Is a fantastic day where truth has one over absolute idiocy and everyone wants to be Florida. When we have said make America, Florida that's exactly what Virginia did. And that's exactly what New Jersey's trying to do. And this is where woken and the broken left just Wilma went out and everyone who showed up at the polls yesterday proved that Republicans conservatives and even moderate are not going to go for the insanity the left. They don't want to be controlled by government. And guess what? Our country is all about preserving and protecting our rights like the right appearance to direct the control education of their own children. And that was a huge thing for Glenn youngkin and it wasn't just him though. And for Republicans to take the top three elected position, this was hang on hang on hang on hang on and the house. It's been confirmed by two saint majority, so young king isn't just a titular governor. He's actually got some firepower that he can get policy things

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"wilma" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"wilma" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"We have wilma may pasta in the early nineties. Ms boss to build a career in film tv consumer and consumer tech public relations in the uk where she resided for almost thirty years more recently she launched and built the successful luxury vintage fashion brand the gathering goddess whose garments could often be seen on the red carpet in two thousand seventeen. She relocated back to brooklyn where she began. Building and launching. Dirk beauty wilma. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here on your website. Dirk beauty is described as a digital community that supports it empowers women of color in all their diversity. Can you tell our listeners. What led to you creating this community. Yes well originally the concept so diarkes beauty was that oftentimes consumer brands see black. Women women of color as a monolith because they don't necessarily understand the myriad of cultures and experiences of who. We are what i wanted to do. Is to create this platform. Where you as a woman of color could find your group. Your niche but also brands could work with those particular groups to support them and empower them rather than just markets. The i really wanted to work with women of color. Because i feel that so. Many women of color are marginalized and don't get to have the same experiences. That brands spouse out into the world because brands don't really understand and in november twenty nineteen. We were doing a soft launch a dark beauty online with a blog and a instagram site. When a couple of months later covert happens and we as a small team were figuring out. How do we show up for community right now. Because at the end of march twenty twenty no one was talking about the impact of cogut armed black and brown community in the media yet. So i decided that we needed to do something. Tangible was that the mental health issues. We're going to be huge in our community during covert because of all of the impact that this was having.

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Creating A Safe Digital Community for Women of Color

The Psych Central Show

02:13 min | 7 months ago

Creating A Safe Digital Community for Women of Color

"We have wilma may pasta in the early nineties. Ms boss to build a career in film tv consumer and consumer tech public relations in the uk where she resided for almost thirty years more recently she launched and built the successful luxury vintage fashion brand the gathering goddess whose garments could often be seen on the red carpet in two thousand seventeen. She relocated back to brooklyn where she began. Building and launching. Dirk beauty wilma. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here on your website. Dirk beauty is described as a digital community that supports it empowers women of color in all their diversity. Can you tell our listeners. What led to you creating this community. Yes well originally the concept so diarkes beauty was that oftentimes consumer brands see black. Women women of color as a monolith because they don't necessarily understand the myriad of cultures and experiences of who. We are what i wanted to do. Is to create this platform. Where you as a woman of color could find your group. Your niche but also brands could work with those particular groups to support them and empower them rather than just markets. The i really wanted to work with women of color. Because i feel that so. Many women of color are marginalized and don't get to have the same experiences. That brands spouse out into the world because brands don't really understand and in november twenty nineteen. We were doing a soft launch a dark beauty online with a blog and a instagram site. When a couple of months later covert happens and we as a small team were figuring out. How do we show up for community right now. Because at the end of march twenty twenty no one was talking about the impact of cogut armed black and brown community in the media yet. So i decided that we needed to do something. Tangible was that the mental health issues. We're going to be huge in our community during covert because of all of the impact that this was having.

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San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone

KOGO's Evening News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone

"And drug overdoses. We're here because the county of San Diego will soon make the locks and overdose reversal medication. Why Plea available at multiple community based locations and clinics throughout our region Supervisor Nathan Fletcher joining public health officer, Dr Wilma Putin, who signed an order making the medication available to the public, or 457 fentanyl overdose deaths in San Diego last year, an increase of 200% during the pandemic. He was traffic issue here today along the five

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3 children dead in Miami County house fire

Retire Safe Radio

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

3 children dead in Miami County house fire

"County Stanley reports their mother called Miami. Cuddy, dispatched early Saturday morning to see the kids were trapped by heavy smoke in the home across the Howard County line north of Kokomo, police, firefighters and paramedics attempted to resuscitate them. But all three died after being taken to hospitals. One year old Wilma, five year old Stephen, and six year old miracle Gingrich. Early evidence indicates the mother Laura Gingrich was downstairs when she smelled smoke but was unable to reach the kids on the set. In floor. The state fire marshal in state police are assisting local police and fire agencies. Stanley or 90, Free

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The International Reaction To Joe Biden's Win

The Takeaway

19:38 min | 1 year ago

The International Reaction To Joe Biden's Win

"Farm minister who has now tweeted. Congratulations joe biden. On your spectacular. Victory joined with other nations. Latest around the world congratulating congratulate and on behalf of new zealand. Vicky nice including lights. I want to congratulate president-elect buydell and vice president-elect harris. us allies around. The world have moved quickly to congratulate president. Joe biden vice president-elect kamala harris on their win even as president trump still refuses to concede the election for countries like canada france and germany. Biden's victory could signal a return to cooperation on alliances like nato and treaties including the paris climate agreement but the prospect of a biden administration seems less promising to more authoritarian leaders with whom president trump ford strong relationships during his time in office including north korea's leader kim jong un brazilian president jair bolsonaro chinese president. Xi jinping who so far have all refrained from publicly congratulating biden and harris. Joining me now is yes means. Sirhan london base staff writer at the atlantic. Thanks for joining us again. As mean thanks for having me also with us. Clouds ladas professor of history and international affairs at the university of north carolina. chapel hill. Klaus good to have you with us. Thank you hello. How are you doing all right. We are in very interesting political moment right now. The president trump has refused to concede and yet president-elect biden is moving forward and the world is noticing clouds. How would you describe the scope. So far of the international reaction to biden's victory well on the whole thing that has been a lot of rejoicing a lot of applause for biden. I think people are hugely relieved that the trump administration will not have a second term and most people are most leaders in in europe and asia and of people in that country's overjoyed. I six they were really getting fed up for the trump administration. It was too dramatic too. Chaotic to unpredictable and people are relieved to see a new administration. I cost you said the administration was dramatic and unpredictable. And i think many americans would agree with you but it continues to be dramatic and somewhat unpredictable. Given the fact that the trump administration is now calling for recounts and investigations into what they allege voter. Inconsistencies are world leaders looking at that and saying anything about that. The fact that they're still Has not been a concession from president trump. Well del shaking their hands. Most of them are shaking the hats but the key for that sorts to themselves because it is no point to interfere in businesses seen as domestic american politics very few people at least very few democratic leaders have any understanding for what is going on in washington. It seems to be pretty obvious that the was of a free and walls not done in a fraudulent way at all and over. Four million people can vote for biden Rather than for trump's majority will lots of for millions of popular vote. He won miss. Four million people and the people have accepted. That biden is president-elect. And booby the new president but they are. You know wondering what's going on in washington but hardly anyone is actually surprised. At the trump administration would embark on such a course of action because that fits in with what is administration was like chaotic dramatic unpredictable and quite irrational to some extent mean given what klaus just laid out there in terms of the continued reaction to the world leaders at least us allies. Saying you know okay. We'll watch what's happening and see how this all plays out. How much of the reaction you think is excitement about biden himself versus relief about removing president trump from office. It's a great question. I mean it's worth noting An and i thought can of clauses overview spot on that you know for a lot of world biden is a very familiar character He certainly not new to the world stage. I think it was in. Benjamin netanyahu the israeli prime ministers congratulations that he noted that he's known biden for forty years. And i think a lot of world leaders know biden. So it's i. I think probably if i had to guess my assessment would be that it's probably the latter. I think a lot of i think a lot of the protests you are seeing in the us in the days after the result was finally announced was probably fell at least to me is an american observing from afar like a lot more relief than necessarily you know excitement. This isn't to say that you know. Folks don't like biden or unexcited to see him at the helm on his set a recognizable figure. But i think the world generally kind of just took a big sigh of relief that you know here returns a. Us option that recognizes. The us is traditional role in the world and will hopefully be kind of retaking that spot on the international stage. And yasmin. you are in london. Where prime minister. Boris johnson has had a strong relationship with president trump. How do you think this relationship between the us and the uk will evolve under a biden administration. It's a really good question. There's certainly been a lot of chatter about that very thing here kind of leading up to the us election and now after that we knew the result i think there is some conjecture that you know obviously as you just said President trump and prime minister. Johnson had a pretty good relationship. I think a lot of that stemmed from the fact that president trump was quite a big supporter of brexit. And you know. I think kind of quite appreciated the sort of comparisons between him and johnson superficial is some of the may be particularly. I think he quite liked references to johnson. As britain trump some remembering correctly and there has been some talk about some potential tensions between biden administration and johnson's downing street. I'm particularly with regard to brexit. Biden has been very clear about his support for the good friday agreement and opposing anything that would undermine it. And i think there's also some talk about how you know johnson before he was prime minister had made some comments with regard to president obama's support for britain staying in the eu. Where i think he made comments about obama's kenyan ancestry in how he had an ancestral dislike of the british empire so these are no doubt comments that administration would probably remember well. But i think it's worth noting that you know. These are things. I do not think are going to shake up the uk us relationship. In a major way. I think there's a lot more that And biden share particularly with regard to issues like climate change like the iran deal and. Yeah i mean. I think more broadly i would expect pretty good. Relations between the us and the uk going forward While it's certainly true. That trump and johnson had had a decent relationship I think you know the uk is is certainly a country that would see its relationship with the us being important irrespective of who's empower claus does not same theory hold true for other. You leaders like angela. Merkel for example and wilma call who themselves had troubled relationships with president trump. And who i can imagine so far are somewhat relieved to see this New administration elect. Yeah the But regarding johnson outside that johnson dossier a little insecure. He was the first international leader. I believe who fold up biden and congratulate him. They said i think that shows the level of insecurity and also abidance irish background. Bill make him wonder how. how how much you consult poured onto the united states in the future and the united vendor the united kingdom needs a trade. Deal the us. And i think he is for it. You know i think he would probably have seen a second trump administration as being more helpful regarding angela merkel and other european leaders. They certainly were relieved. Undiplomatic led a very bad relationship with trump or with raza. Put it the other way. Round a macro tried in various locations to make overtures to trump it was trump really rejected it who couldn't really in the end stand. Angela merkel nothing kid. He had a problem with female leaders. You had the problem as lead us. Who voted much more open to immigration and to do something about asylum people who were looking for asylum in their countries and he could understand and he also criticised the eu including germany for its huge trade deficit of us united states or rather to the united states of course had trade deficit busy you and he almost criticized the eu and it's trade policies. As much as he did china he called the eu. Actually a foe. Which is you know really surprising that you consider your most longest standing allies in the world that you suddenly regard them. As foes at least in trade relations. So underline michael and the german establishment as well as the french and other foreign policies tablets in europe are usually relieved that they see the end of the trump administration and us yes-men just that biden has a very good reputation. He is regarded to be quite honest as perhaps a little too old for the job but on the other hand is a centrist is not extreme is on the last notes of right people know him they a appreciate his his personality is a people person you some would say. Here's a backslapping sort of politician but much more extrovert much. More outgoing and much more ready to compromise than Trump was so all that shouting at nato summits or g seven summits all that Very bad atmosphere attention. The you know the almost talk about to break up of nato and talk about that trump wanted to undermine the quesion of political union of the european union all that will be a thing of the past because by and his administration can be expected to be very constructive to what nate to enter to you however having said that may the last sort biden will also insist on the european spending more money on their defense efforts so he will not be softer regarding nate and regarding the defense efforts of the europeans and here europe really needs to do something because that is an old complaint which goes back to the obama administration and before that wasn't actually unique to the trump administration. And the you know that they are very reluctant to spend more on defense. But i think a practice the president biden will actually be more successful in persuading them at. That would be the right thing to do as you mentioned. Joe biden's age. And i think that that's something that we must talk about because if something happens to joe biden we could be looking at a president kamala harris. And i'm wondering this is something that came up yesterday in our conversation about The role that black women played in american democracy in electing joe biden. We've seen kamala harris the first woman of color to ever sit in that role that i wonder how she will be received by world leaders. Yasmine your thoughts on that yet. It's a good question. I mean i think you know. Obviously that history-making of of her being elected the first female of vice president of colors obviously huge certainly noteworthy among a lot of the congratulations. that were received. I think it was prime minister. Narendra modi of india who actually dedicated an entire tweet just tacoma harris herself And i think the reason for that is is obvious. Obviously her indian heritage. He he sees that is is an opportunity to further strengthen the relationship between india and the us. but yeah. i mean. I don't know i would anticipate We as you say. Given president-elect biden's age that kamala harris could have a more hands on role than previous vice presidents that we've seen In in for that reason we may find that world leaders will quickly get to know come harris in a way that perhaps they didn't get to know vice presidents of the past and it seems just based on the comments that we've seen uncle mirko also an a made a comment about looking forward to meeting a kamala harris that we could expect that you know the world will be paying attention to both of them very much. Not just biden klaus What's been the reaction From china and president xi jinping so far there hasn't been much of a reaction. Xi jinping has kept quiet. We don't quite know why this speculation that perhaps xi jinping want antagonize the trump administration while it is still in office. The course and ten weeks you can do a lot of arm. And he knows that relations between china and the united states are difficult as they are that will continue to be difficult under the biden administration. So he's keeping a low profile on the social media in china have however been lots of comments. Some people really regretful that Trump is leaving because it made the united states weaker. It created a vacuum in international affairs which was appreciated by some observers in china as us believe you know it is much better to have a more stable more predictable government even if that government is perhaps more strategic in its relations with china. But they appreciate that proper possible predictability and international affairs so essentially. It's difficult to say what the leadership actually things and we will have to wait until eventually shipping and The foreign ministry in beijing will come out with a statement but they will do so nothing at the latest one set to mastic insecurity about the election. Outcome has been resolved than they of course will congratulate her joe biden and kabila harris now of course Clouds one country that we know has been watching the disarray In the united states or at least the tension in the united states has been russia. What have we heard if anything from vladimir putin and or his administration so far the gun russia's keeping a low profile putin hasn't congratulated i them and He is keeping quiet. Does not much coming out of russia but the they of course are disappointed. That trump did not win the second term. And there's been talk about disinformation campaigns. Not quite as much as two sixteen but russia did its bid to perhaps enable second trump victory and trump. However the to be quite. Frank hasn't been soft on russia. The administration perhaps not the president. Personally who always had such soft spot for putin and very confidential talks with him and no one really knows. What when on doing these talks but when you look at his policy his administration's policies towards a russia that wasn't soft all imposed over forty times a new sanctions on russia. So he the administration actually hasn't been soft on putin. But i believe that russia fears of fields that the unpredictability and the chaos and the. Let's say less focused way. of the trump administration than what could you can normally expect from an american administration that that in the end helped a russia that often the president Closed both ice and that influenced also of foreign policy. Make us in his administration like the state department. Yes maine another Interesting figure here is israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who has been a very close ally of president trump And that even translated into votes here. In the united states for the president from certain jewish orthodox communities. He congratulated joe biden and comma harris this past weekend. What do you expect to see from. Benjamin netanyahu in the near term when it comes to us. Israeli relations under a joe biden. I think this is something. That doesn't just apply to benjamin netanyahu but leeds had good relationships with president trump. I think narendra modi also falls into this category. And even figures like victor or bonham road regurgitate both of whom have also congratulated President elected biden But you know. I think he's a netanyahu in particular is a leader who obviously has a vested interest in maintaining a good. Us israel relationship irrespective of. Who's in the white house. It's no secret that obviously he benefited quite a lot. From having president trump in the white house the the moving of the us embassy to jerusalem being obviously one of those Kind of hallmark examples of a win for him That said He obviously you know. He recognizes that an admin the administration is changing. And i think he wants to shore up that relationship. But you know there's it it's been reported That the trump administration is hoping to kind of work with the israelis to sort of applies more punitive measures on tehran. Before trump leaves the white house in the form of sanctions to kind of make it more difficult for biden to return to the iran nuclear deal and try to bring that back it. This isn't to say that. Netanyahu and biden would necessarily see eye to eye on a lot of things i think we would probably see under a biden administration a return to the bit of the more traditional tone that we've known the us to take these israel Opposition to settlement expansion. That sort of thing support for a two state solution but indeed it will not be as rosy of friendship As we've seen between that and your home trump that's for sure we should also note that President trump's administration was also very close with bolsonaro of brazil. Both are considered to have really supported Populist movements and i'm wondering whether or not Desirable not who's also refrained from Congratulating harrison biden on their win and other populist movements across the world are looking at this and saying well maybe this is signals a change. Here i think it's definitely a loss for them. It's a setback. Because you know. I think particularly for leaders like bolsonaro. Who really sort of you know played on his relationship with president trump domestically I think this is a loss because you know even before particularly with populist movements even in places on like brazil where they aren't in power they could turn and look to president trump until their supporters. Look you know he's able to achieve this in the united states so we can achieve at here if know the greatest the most powerful leader in the world can do this that we can do this where we are so without question. I think it's it's a setback for them They lose that. You know that key ally in the white house But that said i think you know populous leaders like minded leaders to trump. Who could potentially take that narrative and sort of utilize it in their favor so While it is a loss for them. I don't necessarily think that it will end. Sort of their relationship trump or or will end them using trump is sort of an example to their benefit. Yes means seer. Han is a london. Based staff writer at the atlantic and klaus ladas is a professor of history and international affairs at the university of north carolina. Chapel hill

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Disney Dining Tips

The Zest

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Disney Dining Tips

"Earlier this year the pandemic Force Walt Disney World is shut down for nearly four months, since it reopened many fans have been eager to return to the theme park but not just for the rides and character photo ops Wilma Norton has been visiting an eating at DisneyWorld regularly for more than 25 years. She also serves on plan Disney formerly the Disney parks moms panel just before the shutdown Wilma spoke with the zest producer Delaney alone about how Disney became a foodie's paradise. We've been holding the interview until now in this conversation Wilma offers advice for eating and drinking your way through Disney without sticker shock. Hi. I'm Wilma Norton and for the last seven years I have been part of the Disney parks moms panel job. That well, we're a group of moms dads Aunts Uncles grandparents who answer questions for Disney guests on the Disney website. So if you have our planning your vacation and you're overwhelmed as a number of people, are you go to Disney Parks moms panel, and submit your question and someone like me who is a longtime Disney fan and someone who goes to the parks a lot will answer your question from our point of view and from our experience. When you say long time to you. Can you count the number of times you've been to Disney owner? We have been season pass holders since our older daughter was four or five months. So something like twenty-three years. We have been annual passholders, but we've been going regularly for twenty-five years. Wow. So you've been through all the phases with little kids. As adults what are some of the most common food related questions you get well they range from my child only eats grilled cheese or cheese pizza long. Is he going to starve while we're at Disney World all the way up to a question? I answered last night was we were coming as a group of adults. We want to eat more exotic food while we're on vacation. What are your recommendations for that and Disney World is renowned for how it caters to every guess need off from the child or adult sometime who only want cheese pizza and plain hamburgers to the folks who want to eat the most exotic food. They can think of while they're on vacation and and everything in between. What is your answer to the first question because we were at Magic Kingdom, but my kids both wanted pizza and we just took off. Checked back and forth trying to find the pizza spot. And actually I think Pizza has gotten to be a little harder to find I think tastes in general has just gotten more exotic and so Disney has accommodated that people want to have Asian flavored noodles when they're on vacation. And so I can tell you the last time I ate a piece of pizza at Magic Kingdom. You can get chicken nuggets almost anywhere and we're Foodies wheel of all varieties, but there is nothing better than a Walt Disney World chicken nugget last weekends. We were at Boma which is the african-influenced buffet off at Animal Kingdom Lodge and both my husband and my daughter in addition to having watermelon rinds salad and all of these boo body and these African influence didja. They both went to the area where you could get mac and cheese and chicken nuggets. So they could have at least one Walt Disney World chicken nugget while we were there. What is it is just the most magical chicken nugget on Earth are really crispy. I think that's it. They're heavily battered in there really crispy. I'm a vegetarian in my mouth is watering Oma right now. Let's jump to the other question. You said you answer the last night the four adults coming by themselves, which that may surprise some people people go to Disney World Without kids. Lots of people go to Disney World Without kids. In fact about seven or eight years ago. My husband and I were there one day just by ourselves and I remember walking into Epcot and I sort of stopped and said I've had an epiphany I love our kids but this is more fun when it's just us

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Disney Dining Tips

The Zest

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Disney Dining Tips

"Earlier this year the pandemic Force Walt Disney World is shut down for nearly four months, since it reopened many fans have been eager to return to the theme park but not just for the rides and character photo ops Wilma Norton has been visiting an eating at DisneyWorld regularly for more than 25 years. She also serves on plan Disney formerly the Disney parks moms panel just before the shutdown Wilma spoke with the zest producer Delaney alone about how Disney became a foodie's paradise. We've been holding the interview until now in this conversation Wilma offers advice for eating and drinking your way through Disney without sticker shock. Hi. I'm Wilma Norton and for the last seven years I have been part of the Disney parks moms panel job. That well, we're a group of moms dads Aunts Uncles grandparents who answer questions for Disney guests on the Disney website. So if you have our planning your vacation and you're overwhelmed as a number of people, are you go to Disney Parks moms panel, and submit your question and someone like me who is a longtime Disney fan and someone who goes to the parks a lot will answer your question from our point of view and from our experience. When you say long time to you. Can you count the number of times you've been to Disney owner? We have been season pass holders since our older daughter was four or five months. So something like twenty-three years. We have been annual passholders, but we've been going regularly for twenty-five years. Wow. So you've been through all the phases with little kids. As adults what are some of the most common food related questions you get well they range from my child only eats grilled cheese or cheese pizza long. Is he going to starve while we're at Disney World all the way up to a question? I answered last night was we were coming as a group of adults. We want to eat more exotic food while we're on vacation. What are your recommendations for that and Disney World is renowned for how it caters to every guess need off from the child or adult sometime who only want cheese pizza and plain hamburgers to the folks who want to eat the most exotic food. They can think of while they're on vacation and and everything in between. What is your answer to the first question because we were at Magic Kingdom, but my kids both wanted pizza and we just took off. Checked back and forth trying to find the pizza spot. And actually I think Pizza has gotten to be a little harder to find I think tastes in general has just gotten more exotic and so Disney has accommodated that people want to have Asian flavored noodles when they're on vacation. And so I can tell you the last time I ate a piece of pizza at Magic Kingdom. You can get chicken nuggets almost anywhere and we're Foodies wheel of all varieties, but there is nothing better than a Walt Disney World chicken nugget last weekends. We were at Boma which is the african-influenced buffet off at Animal Kingdom Lodge and both my husband and my daughter in addition to having watermelon rinds salad and all of these boo body and these African influence didja. They both went to the area where you could get mac and cheese and chicken nuggets. So they could have at least one Walt Disney World chicken nugget while we were there. What is it is just the most magical chicken nugget on Earth are really crispy. I think that's it. They're heavily battered in there really crispy. I'm a vegetarian in my mouth is watering Oma right now. Let's jump to the other question. You said you answer the last night the four adults coming by themselves, which that may surprise some people people go to Disney World Without kids. Lots of people go to Disney World Without kids. In fact about seven or eight years ago. My husband and I were there one day just by ourselves and I remember walking into Epcot and I sort of stopped and said I've had an epiphany I love our kids but this is more fun when it's just

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"wilma" Discussed on Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"wilma" Discussed on Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

"Tired. Well Pete. I'm sure the pinecones will drop off soon enough said Wilma encouragingly. This is a season of changes and remember annoying things. Don't last forever..

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"wilma" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"wilma" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Subsequently told that this is how this debate was going to be held, Trump said on Fox business this morning. I'm not going to waste my time on a virtual debate. Still confused on what San Diego needs to do to move to a less restrictive cove in 19 tear we hear from Wilma Wooten, San Diego County reporting 350 for new covert 19 infections. Seven additional death, bringing the region's total to more than 49,000 cases and 813 death. Since we began reporting in February, the county announcing the state will go to a health equity metric system. County health officer Dr Wilma Wooten. Health equity is achieved one everyone had The opportunity to attain his or her full health potential, and no one is disadvantage from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances. Putin says it could take months, even years to achieve equity. But the state says the goal is not to move counties back a tear but assistant helping counties Move up. Phil Farrar, KOGO news. San Diego County supervisor says the state's color coded covert watch list for counties is shaded with confusion. The same people who live in some of the you know the lower income community. Those are the very jobs that the governor won't allow them to go back to work at speaking with AM seven sixties Mark Larsen, Jim Desmond says the state's metrics are being conveyed. In a way most people can't understand what is actually being measured and then that I was being applied and it really you know, I have yet to get a straight answer. Desmond says Hospice We'll bed capacity is a more appropriate factor to determine how widespread the virus has become red as the comfortable in order to advance to the orange tear, the county would have to reduce virus cases and hardest take communities, including Chula Vista in the South Bay by meeting certain test positivity goals, as well as increasing testing, contact tracing and education. Dan Noone Kogo news. Was it a debate or really a game of dodgeball, Our White House correspondent, We'll take a look at last night's vice presidential showdown, live traffic and weather in three minutes. Cho Bonior's I'm 6 37 Cocos, Longtime money Man short, Chamberlain spent his life helping people in the community help us honor his memory by recognizing others who do the same coda kogo dot com Keyword. Chamberlain nominated Personal organization for the KOGO Sdcc George.

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Why Pioneering Journalist Maria Hinojosa Put Herself in the Story

Latina to Latina

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Why Pioneering Journalist Maria Hinojosa Put Herself in the Story

"Maria I loved the Book A. So, good I told you. I was texting with you I devoured it and I want to jump in in the middle. You tell a story about writing a television script for Walter Cronkite what was the assignment? It's a juicy story. So I love 'cause nobody's asked me about this one yet short story is that I am the first Latina hired NPR. And then very quickly I'm like. This feels weird and I go and work for a Latino public radio in Spanish and San Diego and I experienced. Deep my cheese more there, and so I end up working kind of miraculously back in New York at CBS News in the Radio Department. And, I was doing fill in work the summer, and then I was asked to stay on through the end of December to produce a segment from Walter cronkite they asked me to write his end of the year commentary. And so. I was terribly nervous as a Latina journalism in the mainstream and being the first I was terrified most of the time. I write this piece and I go in I, show it to my boss Norman and Norman Light Me Norman hired me. But he saw this piece he said, Walter Cronkite is not going to read this and I was like no, he's like because it sounds like you wrote it. And I can't remember if he said and you're a little bit of an angry Latina I, don't think we talked in that way but it was almost like as he didn't have to say it he was like because it sounds like you wrote. and. I said well. Let's take it down to the FISHBOWL and have one of the evening news writer writers, read it and see what they think. Something just said. Stand up for yourself. You really hard. You actually worked on this you talk to other journalists. This shit is good. and. You're angry in this piece because every American should be angry at what is happening in the United States of America in the year nineteen, eighty seven. and. So I said, let's onto the fishbowl the people who edit the evening news with Dan Rather. We walk toward the writers who did not know me and he's again this is good. Yeah he'll read it. Yeah change this one word. and My boss had to eat his words eat pro as it were and I was like damn and so the point of the story is that as journalists of color as journalists conscience. When we are the first or one of the few in many newsrooms. We have to battle for ourselves. The way we see the world as journalists is as valid as Walter cronkite sway of seeing the world or Katie couric or Dan Rather we're journalists just like them. There are so many pivot points on your journey from intern to staff producer to on air from Spanish English. Is there one moment that stands out to you as the moment where your career to turn and where you really started to set out on your journey as a journalist? Well, look to decide basically that you're going to walk away from a steady Gig because you want to become a correspondent, you want to try to become on air that was pretty risky move and I feel like I did that in one of those moments where I was like you just have to do this. Like there are no Latinas. There are no Latina voices out there. And you have done radio, you have a voice, you know how to use it Noah. So that was a turning point. I think when CNN recruited me, that was another moment. It was very scary because I had never done television much less live television. But to answer your question, I feel like it really like. Like really came to fruition once I moved into doing now on PBS, which was long form investigative close to sixty minutes in terms of its style and production and deep investigative, and that led me to then doing documentaries and led to the front line which happened at the same time that I created my own company football media and I just WANNA shout out. The book. News for all the people which is was written by Juan Gonzalez and Joe Tories once I read that book I was like, okay. All of this suffering of being a journalist, a Latina you know woman of Color Immigrant. All of this is there is a reason why and it is because you have a responsibility to be part of this long arc. Of Responsible Journalism in the United States. You right I had heard rumblings at NPR some folks that I got too close to stories. I know all about you and your agenda one of my editors a nice middle aged white guy said to me agenda I said, what are you talking about? Maria come on you and you're Latino agenda. How did you respond in that moment? I said so does that mean that you've got a white guys agenda and he was like, no, it's not the same thing and I was like the same thing I'm able to tell you those moments because they were few and far between when I was just like ski is. Key you know like the same in Mexico is style plateau. SAMANCOR will plateau no one mass when I would just like suddenly rip something out and just be like that. But a lot of the times as you know, you're mostly just like dodging dodging you're doing a we've you're doing another we've and then sometimes you're just like a skin nope Wilma's I'm GonNa answer back. I hope that a lot of journalists read this book journalists because. You do have to be incredibly strong willed, and I would hope that they understand that this is not a job it is in fact, a mission that we're lucky enough to love. We need them.

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"wilma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"wilma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from wonder. Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is Encyclopedia Will Monica? Today's contender was a pioneering American athlete who overcame childhood paralysis became a legendary track and field star. She was an Olympic champion and international sports icon, following her performances in the nineteen, fifty six and nineteen sixty Olympic Games. Please welcome Wilma Rudolph. Wilma was born on June twenty third, nineteen, forty and Saint Bethlehem Tennessee to Ed and blanche. Rudolph she was the twentieth of twenty two siblings born cross her father's two marriages. Soon after she was born. WILMA's family moved to Clarksville Tennessee so her father could work as a railway porter. Wilma was born prematurely, and she suffered a number of serious childhood illnesses in her early years, including scarlet fever and pneumonia. She also about polio when she was five. She survived polio, but developed infantile paralysis in her left foot and leg a result of the virus. This caused severe weakness in disability in that leg and forced her to wear a heavy brace to support. The prognosis was bleak, Wilma later wrote. My doctor told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother. With limited medical care available to African Americans in Nineteen Forties Clarksville. WILMA's mother made weekly bus trips with her to a historically black medical college in Nashville for treatment and physical therapy. These treatments along with daily massage is provided by her family. Members helped Wilma's slowly regained strength in her left leg. By the time she was twelve Wilma had made enough progress to walk, and even run without her brace early on Wilma had to be home schooled due to illness, but when she was seven, she started attending public elementary school. Time. She started high school. She was not only fully able to walk, but was the basketball and track star for her school. Others outside of school saw her burgeoning athletic talent to. She was noticed by Tennessee State University's track coach when she was just fourteen. So, Wilma began training regularly at Tennessee state, track and field powerhouse at the time. She even competed for the University Wall still technically in school. When Wilma, was sixteen years old, she was invited to attend the nineteen fifty six. US S. Olympic track and field team qualifying trials in Seattle Washington. She qualified to compete in the two hundred meter individual event at the nineteen fifty six Olympics making her. The youngest member of the US Olympic team in Melbourne Australia Wilma didn't make it out of the preliminary heats the two hundred meter dash, but she was a member of the American four by one hundred relay team that won bronze at that Olympics she vowed to return to the nineteen sixty summer Olympics in Rome and that she would then win gold in nineteen, fifty eight. We'll know began attending Tennessee state as a fulltime student while continuing her track training there over the next two years she won a slew of medals at international amateur and collegiate events. Still her. I was set on the Nineteen Sixty Olympics. At the nineteen sixty US track and field team, qualifying trials in Abilene Texas. WILMA set a world record in the two hundred meter dash. She retained that record for the next eight years. She also qualified for the Olympics in the one hundred meter dash. Wilma arrived at the nineteen sixty summer. Olympics with dreams of winning gold. She left having earned her place as one of the greatest athletes of the twentieth century. Rome welcomes the summer games the Seventeen Olympian. Competing on a cinder track, Wilma won gold in the one hundred meter dash the two hundred meter dash, and in the four by one hundred meter relay. She was the first American woman in history to win. Three gold medals at a single Olympics Rudolph destroyed the the two hundred fame her second job. She was called the tornado, the flash and the fastest woman in history. The nineteen sixties Olympics for the first game be televised, internationally and Wilma was one of the breakout stars of the coverage along with fellow American teammates cash clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad? Ali and Oscar Robertson. She was thrust into the international spotlight where she was called the greatest American athlete of the day, and was held for physical grace and beauty. After the Olympics will went on a European tour where she competed in packed stadiums across the continent. She then headed back to the US where she received a heroine's welcome. WILMA's hometown of Clarksville Tennessee wanted to celebrate with a parade and day of festivities. Wilma refused to attend unless the event was integrated. Adult welcome Wilma. Day held on October Fourth Nineteen, sixty became the first fully integrated of bent in Clarksville history it was attended by an estimated eleven hundred people. Nineteen sixty-one Wilma won the prestigious Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year award a year later at just twenty two years old. Wilmer retired from track competition. She wanted to leave at top of her game to get a standing ovation in my own country outdoors, which I'd never had before I. Think was the this moment in my career I retired that day, and I have never regretted. With regard to competing in the upcoming nineteen sixty four Olympics, Wilma set. If I want to medals, there would be something lacking. I'll stick with the glory I've already won like Jesse Owens did in nineteen, thirty six. After her retirement, Wilma went on to finish her degree in elementary education at Tennessee state and became a second grade teacher and a high school track coach. Throughout the years, she continued her involvement in promoting amateur athletics. Wilma died of a brain tumor on November Twelfth Nineteen Ninety four in Brentwood Tennessee. She was fifty four years old. All month we're talking about explorers and contenders for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopedias. Amana newsletter romantic weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan Special thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Before you go I. Have a quick request were eager to know more about our audience, so we.

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"wilma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"wilma" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Oh Hey. Mattie Foley one of the here at wonder media network the show. You are listening to right now. Let's the Will Manteca is one of my favorite creative resources. We tell so many stories of real women doing these crazy incredible things stories that are begging to be featured in illustrations comic songs, maybe some fan fiction and you can help us. Keep telling these stories by joining our new membership. Ramble over glue. Dot FM slash. We'll. there. Hey, I'm grace. Lynch I'm a producer at wonder, media network, and one of the many hands behind the scenes of Encyclopaedia Lamonica. All month we've been revisiting some of our favorite episodes from season one and today I'm honored to reintroduce. Wilma Rudolph as a sports fan myself. WILMA's story really resonated with me. I especially obsessive when it comes to the Olympics I cry at every single medal ceremony regardless of the event, or who's even on the podium for me. It's just watching. People achieve. Their dreams brings tears to my eyes. I. Mean what could be better than that. And had I been alive when Wilma won three gold medals in the nineteen sixties Olympics i. no doubt would have been an absolute mess I believe. She has one of the greatest stories of all time she went from being told that she'd never walk again. To becoming the fastest woman in the world, Wilma embodies a true champion. Needless to say I worked a whole lot while producing this episode and I couldn't be more thrilled to reintroduce you to the remarkable Wilma Rudolph this episode initially aired in April during our explorers and contenders month so without further ado. Here's Jenny Kaplan.

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"wilma" Discussed on Here's Something Good

Here's Something Good

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"wilma" Discussed on Here's Something Good

"Good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for in share it. Here's something good for today. As America continues to open up. Parents around the country are relieved for the return of one aspect of our pre Kobe lives kids playing sports. Children in many parts of the country can participate in low risk or non contact sports, the summer and states are now deciding which activities can take place during the school year two for girls. The return of sports is especially meaningful. It wasn't long ago. That young women were discouraged from athletics less than fifty years ago. School sports programs for girls were either underfunded or non-existent. Today, we know that sports have an incredibly positive effect on women building leadership skills and propelling successful careers. In fact today, millions of girls are athletes and almost forty three percent of high school students who participate in sports, our girls. So today we celebrate two landmark dates that changed the face of women in Sports. twenty-third is the forty eighth anniversary of title nine. Now, titled, Nine Prohibits Educational Institutions from discriminating on the basis of sex including in sports, also today would be the eightieth birthday of the late Wilma Rudolph an African American Olympic gold medalist once known as the fastest woman in the world. She has been an inspiration to generations of female and male athletes. So let's start with a brief discussion of title nine to appreciate its seismic effect. You have to understand the widespread barriers for women in sports that existed for centuries. Take for example, the one thousand nine hundred Olympics at those games, women could compete only five sports among them, tennis and Croquet. Even in the seventies, things were not great for women athletes. One Young Woman recalled being recruited by Yale to play field, hockey and softball only to discover the locker room was half a mile from the playing fields, and our team had to make do with a portable toilet. Title Nine. Not only brought more women into sports, but the League of women voters says that the legislation increased the numbers of women graduating from high school and college, earning graduate degrees, and entering into traditionally male dominated careers now. How is that possible? Well? According to the Women's Sports Foundation founded by the tennis, Great Billie, Jean King in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four girls and women who participate in sports have greater confidence higher levels of self, esteem and stronger self image. The foundation also says that girls and women who play sports are quote less likely to experience depression and are more satisfied with their lives than females who do not participate. Want more evidence of sports is so important for women consulting firm Ian, Y and ESPN W did a survey of women in the C. Suite. They found that an astonishing ninety four percent of them had participated in sports. Today title nine is drawing headlines because the Department of Education has changed the rules about when schools must report sexual misconduct, but there's no denying that title nine by mandating equality in school sports created generations of powerful women leaders. Now let's turn to today's other birthday and the amazing story of Wilma Rudolph, the fastest woman in the world. Born eighty years ago today in the segregated South in Tennessee, women didn't have the advantage of title nine. In fact, her life was filled with disadvantage. She was one of twenty two children, and at one point, she was told she'd never walk again after surviving both scarlet fever and polio. In fact, she were leg brace as a young girl, but by the age of eleven she was playing basketball and in high school she was running track and field, and then went on to compete at the collegiate level. Wilma was known as quote one of the greatest athletes of all time after her performance in the nineteen sixty Olympics in Rome. She took home. Three gold medals broke three world records and became the first American woman to win three goals in track and field at the same Olympics, she was an inspiration off the track to she fought for civil rights, and she refused to attend her Rome Olympic homecoming parade in Tennessee unless it was integrated. Wilma passed away in nineteen, ninety, four at the young age of fifty four as a result of a brain tumor, but not before she created huge impact including through the Wilma Rudolph Foundation, which promotes amateur athletics. She led quite a life and left quite a legacy. So. Here's something good for today. As life returns to something resembling normal. Let's welcome back the return of sports especially for girls and young women. Let's all be grateful for the ongoing impact of title nine in ensuring that women and girls have a place on the playing fields and let celebrate the birthday of one of the most remarkable women athletes ever Wilma Rudolph we can honor her by taking her words.

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San Diego County takes action after reporting 8 community outbreaks in a week

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego County takes action after reporting 8 community outbreaks in a week

"San Diego county has issued a warning after hitting the first roll back trigger during the corona virus outbreak there have been eight community outbreaks in a seven day period one more than the trigger threshold Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer says because people got sick at a social club a campground a private home to restaurants and three workplaces and different independent parts of San Diego going to stop any future openings beyond what's already been announced the definition for a community setting outbreak is three are more cases they should not be a related cases the highest number of cases so far with the cases that we're talking about four at the elevated to measure of four five cases through these outbreaks will drop off the next day so the pause may immediately be lifted it does not apply to any business groups that have already been approved they can still open as

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San Diego Protests And Coronavirus

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego Protests And Coronavirus

"Everyone who attended a protest in San Diego is being asked to get a corona virus tests Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer in San Diego says they don't know yet the impact of the protests on the spread of the virus it's a bit too soon to tell about the events that have occurred so we would expect to see any associated new cases related to those events and about twelve to fourteen days Dr Wooten joined by county supervisor Nathan Fletcher we certainly do continue to advise everyone whether the protests that happened a month or so ago or whether the ones happening now to continue to utilize face coverings and physical distance in as best they can they're asking everyone now who attended a protest with the clean up efforts to get a corona virus

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"wilma" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"wilma" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Conditions Dr Wilma Wooten is the public health officer in San Diego well retail establishments manufacturers offices that can't operate remotely and public spaces will be in the first wave of workplaces to reopen in California but at his latest daily briefing governor Newsom said that first plans have to be made logistics for nonessential movement areas around retail IT curbside retail for nonessential items the issues that have been broadly defined around the need to address our kids in schools and the schools are shut down for the remainder of the school year learning continues at home distance learning but we recognize there's been a learning loss because of this disruption the governor says they're now considering the prospect of an an even earlier school year into the fall starting classes possibly in late July or early August California's first in the nation plan to deliver three meals a day to vulnerable seniors during the cover crisis has less than two weeks to launch before its federal funding expires it wasn't clear how many cities and counties would be delivering mail meals by may tenth that's where the money from FEMA set to end the state expects to seek an extension of the program is successful but warns there's no guarantee it'll be granted governor some last week announced the plan for restaurants to make meals mostly paid for by the federal government as the navy's struggles to get one virus outbreak aboard a warship under control another is brewing this time the destroyer USS admiral Kidd it's based in Washington state but now ported in San Diego to take care of six sailors and undergo sanitization sixty four of the three hundred fifty crew members testing positive here's what's puzzling for the name the first cases emerged more than a month after all wide port visit the ship was in Central America participating in drug.

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"wilma" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And he was that he was going home to find Wilma with a bunch of belts bags that's right all right so let's just do it support it is important Italian port we make light of it because we can't be too serious all the time or we'd want to jump off a building right so but the most important thing is that we have that financial green print when you meet with the builder to build a house or even if you renovate you have blueprints and that's what is shown here's what's going to happen is was gonna cost is what's gonna is that's going to benefit you in the future well financial green print shows you where you are now but more fully what could be designed better and what could be the benefit for you by having the proper financial plan which includes a check and balance of financial check and balance system making sure that where your money is is in the right place making sure the where your money is is regulated making sure your money's not gonna disappear above a bad broker or bad fees expenses commissions what we call financial termites in your portfolio we make light of a but there's nothing funny about this no and I'm like I have to make light of it although John McEnroe all the time because there's nothing funny about hearing all these unscrupulous situation throughout there were people are putting money in a place they thought was safe but it was the regulated they didn't really have to check it was regulated not silver gold another place a little bit when these kind of things is going to come up in the middle night and then the then ago was like a mushroom pops up in the disappears right so we have to be very careful we we put our money especially money that we really have dedicated towards retirement if you have money you can afford to lose will go and who's the but I I to me every single penny that iron I never want to lose no of course not that's what we tell ourselves to make ourselves feel better well with what they really had a game that is lost the game well that game was yours if you liquidate it could have been realized game so you're not up into yourself right well I was reading a story just did that the other day about retirement income any income and consignment of how important it is and yes yes yes and the the term that they used to is the plate check paycheck but the plate check them and again to be able to put a plan together to be able to get that plate check how cool is that Tom had to read a book matter fact with the kid away yeah five of the movie buckets now this movie bucket we talked about earlier so for the next twenty people call we will draw five of their numbers their names out and give you one of these movie bugs but has popcorn it has all the refreshments did a movie candy your choice to different candies in a movie popcorn the real cokes and and and really important insides real big bucket is the movie don't worry retire happy by Tom Hey they also wrote the book paychecks and played checks retirement income for life if the theme here is to make sure you know what's going on in your wallet make sure you have the right plan put together and so twenty people call Stephen even give everyone if it's twenty to go make give everyone one twenty a month for them together but first going to help you understand what money means to you how it fits in your life and will organize your finances so you have a crystal clear picture of where you currently stand and how this paycheck to paycheck can incorporate into your.

Wilma
"wilma" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Then he was going home to find Wilma with a bunch of belts fax that's right all right so I was just support it is important Italian port we make light of it because we can't be too serious all the time where we want to jump off a building right so but the most important thing is that we have that financial green print when you meet with the builder to build a house or even if you renovate you have blueprints that's what is showing his what's gonna happen his was gonna cost is what's gonna is that's going to benefit you in the future well financial green press shows you where you are now but more fully what could be designed better and what could be the benefit for you by having the proper place to plan which includes a check and balance of financial check and balance system making sure that where your money is is in the right place make it sure that where your money is is regulated making sure your money's not gonna disappear above a bad broker or bad fees expenses commissions what we call financial termites in your portfolio we make light of a but there's nothing funny about this no and I'm alive I have to make light of it all go John McEnroe all the time because if there's nothing funny about hearing all these unscrupulous situation throughout there were people are putting money in a place they thought was safe but it wasn't regulated they don't know really how to check it was regulated not silver gold another place a little bit when this kind of thank you for all the options that going to come up in the middle night and then the then the go with like a mushroom pops up in the disappears right so we have to be very careful we we put our money especially money that we really have dedicated towards retirement if you have money you can afford to lose will go and lose that but I I to me every single penny that I heard I never want to lose no of course not that's what we tell ourselves to make ourselves feel better well it wasn't really had a game that is lost the game well that game was yours if you liquidate it could have been a realize game so you're not up into your L. remember that if you have a good balance if done really good the market and you're holding it in there because maybe you're free to pay income taxes on the money you don't wanna pay capital gains tax but if you have the money in stocks or real estate more than a year the capital gains taxes lower and you have a game so why not realize that game or go up and come back down yeah we still launch rockets back in the day my dad was a physics professor and he also astronomy we build these model rockets Stevie probably did yeah and thank you press the button for sure go way up is wonderful no one real quickly what went up comes death comes and one of my favorite rocket COS remember this and and we always say who packs a parachute yep if you're jumping out of planes I back will be guess what happened I mean this was I customize this up it was the best rocket ever I was so proud of it that it lost it way in there but to those rocket into them that what they had to do okay sure yeah you didn't know but no we never found that hope we didn't kill anybody what went up has a list maybe it's wooden or stone as but not if it went way up and then we lost track of it and she never came out also in the financial world your pair shoes your income stream so when you're going up that's great but don't lose track of where you are and when you're coming down makes you come down safely with the incoming down with income coming out and make sure give it never goes away never lose sight of it so income for life very important but if you if you don't have the right pair shoot the money could be lost right well I was reading a story just did that the other day about retirement income in income and to try much of how important it is and yes yes yes and the the term that they used to is the plate check paycheck but the plate check them and again to be able to put a plan together to be able to get that plate check how cool is that Tom Heger wrote a book matter fact with the kid away yeah five of the movie buckets now this movie but we talked about earlier so for the next twenty people call we will draw five with their numbers their names out and give you one of these movie buckets but has popcorn it has all the refreshments did a movie candy your choice the different candy just seen the movie popcorn the real cokes and an end really important insides real big bucket is the movie don't worry retire happy by Tom Hanks he also wrote the book paychecks and play checks retirement income for life if the theme here is to make sure you know what's going on in your wallet make sure you have the right plan put together and so twenty people call Steven may even give everyone if if twenty two call me give everyone one twenty a month you're enough of them together but first we gonna help you understand what money means to you and how it fits in your life organize your finances so you have a crystal clear picture of where you currently stand and how this paycheck to paycheck can incorporate into your.

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Trump, Macron spar at NATO summit

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump, Macron spar at NATO summit

"The president this morning hammered it maybe Wilma Crohn's earlier statement that the alliance was suffering brain dead foods very disrespectful when they met hours later I can stand by they differed over NATO spending with the president again blasting allies he says aren't paying enough those countries are going to be dealt with and McCrone saying it's about more than money we have to be on the phone with a weapon they too should be it became more tense when the president brought up detained Islamic state fighters from France and elsewhere would you like some nice ISIS fighters yeah I can give them something they can get convict everyone you want what you say the crone says France has taken some fighters but they're not the priority beating isis is anti smoking don't I'm sorry to say that Sager make Donnie Washington

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Trump attacks Macron over NATO 'brain death' remarks

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Trump attacks Macron over NATO 'brain death' remarks

"I many Wilma clone has said the alliance is suffering brain death largely due to a lack of US leadership very very nasty statement the president says my Crohn's being disrespectful you just can't go around making statements like that about data the president himself had called NATO obsolete during the twenty sixteen campaign before somewhat backing down he went after micro during a meeting with alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg who's trying to keep a positive face as member nations snipe at each other we are doing more together in this ensemble done done for many decades Sager made Donnie Washington

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Nurturing Talents

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

09:53 min | 2 years ago

Nurturing Talents

"So it was interesting engineering business since we worked for insurance we really crossed all industry verticals I mean I've worked cases in Nolan gas or cases in math in healthcare where cases and financial services really across the board what you find is the process same regardless of the industry and there's only a few different nuances as you as you get into it so I I like to say industry agnostic but there's definitely some places I've got more depth of knowledge and others for sure cool and what's your focus today are you consulting or training them yeah I'm working with a really good friend of mine here in San Antonio she's got a it's a major consulting and technology shop so were you know were basically helping people get more efficient leaning on technology obviously to these as the talent pool is shrinking and so figuring out how we can leverage technology not necessarily people and then also the management consoles the changing of the business processes result of that so and what got you into sales oh man playing golf really yeah yeah I was a I played college high school and College Golf and NFL professionally for a couple of years after I graduate school and was working part time at a club down in south Texas and got to know a member pretty well and he said he found out about a business marketing degree and he said I want to hire you into my engineering company and then I want you to learn what we do and then I want you to go sell it I said I'm Professional Golfer man forget all that business stuff and he just kept Africa back about six months later I finally caved and you know it's been a whirlwind ever since and what do you like about it you know I mean I love the business world because I ended up getting into the NBA at night when I was working full-time And so everything I look at now look at like a case study and so it's just I I look at everything objectively from Santa what in years broken what could be improved on what can we do to make people's lives better and then I just actively worked every day to try to make that happen and so it's fun for me because you know businesses really today it's all about the people and I think what I've found in my life is that there are too many people that just exists and they don't actually ever strive to achieve anything really special and I think what what it is incumbent upon us as leaders is who identify what's really cool and special about a person and build an environment where we can nurture and develop that talent to come out of it you know my favorite story is I I hired a guy at a curved it was a fire Marshall and that's all I can make you a Rockstar in Latin America and he didn't see for himself at the time but it took me about three and a half years and he's actually now my old CEO's when I sold I made him CEO by Mexican Company and so take a guy that was making thirty five thousand dollars years are Marshall impervious to now you know being the CEO of major international operation on a Mexico making a buck five that changes his world forever and so I believe that you know as a from a leadership perspective if we can have that sort of impact on people's lives they were be were blessed to be a blessing well we'll take us through that journey how did you get him from even probably not believing that he could do it too normally believing he could do it to doing it so I think first and foremost our I always relate to the idea of developing employees to just like raisin kids right so I've got the he was two at the time when we sold a now he's six I gotta level in like crazy they they have no that they can trust you they have to know that you have their best interest I parts and they have to see what you do every day in your actions that are designed to promote them and take them door they also wanna go and so you know my job was really just the cheerleader early on guys guys we got this incredible opportunity in Latin America it's untapped it's taking we gotta go is going to do it if you're willing to go with men I will I will make it happen for us and so it was never made saying hey you go get it done it was me saying hey guys let's go and I would fly down there with them we go meet with prospects early on absolutely we didn't have that much work yet we beat the drum we tell everybody you know here's what we're doing here's our here's our doing it and we started to pick you know we started generate some interest a lot of teaching and training early on because technologist on them that they need in Latin America but they don't have and frankly you know timing always works in mysterious ways now say got as planned for everything so I was down in Monterrey Mexico in the stories are right about my notebook is as meeting with this Rico which basically is a staff attorney for the large insurance company down there and he I was explaining to him back then it was in broken Spanish because I didn't speak Spanish very well back then he's doing what we do and he succeeded forensic Tana said yes sir said hold on a minute he comes back out with his file he shows me these pictures of this deadly and he says here's the story so we had this guy that divorced twice married a secretary bought a two and a half million dollar license insurance policy on her ten days later she slips falls and dies in the bathroom were the insurance company and of course we're suspicious with the medical examiner's report says the cause of death is undetermined so now we're on the hook for the two and a half million dollars can you help and I said you know I said it's really funny answered that's normally not exactly what we do said but I just happen to hire a guy that's a Puerto Rican orange near out of two million university in Louisiana and he speaks from Puerto Rico and I think we can probably work you know help you out on this thing so we fly down to Monterey we measure the bathroom we build reading model we start analyzing all the marks body and put them in you know where where he basically beater in the bathroom and so fast forward we testify and Mexican court that he killed his wife the judge rules in our favor which means insurance companies don't have to pay the policy the governor of New Wave Leone which is a state around Monterey reopened the criminals association and the Guy In jail so this all the newspapers in Mexico and we became almost celebrities overnight in the interesting because the insurance companies never win those kind of cases down there and so when I went to Mexico City a few months later they're like oh you're that guy and so we started this started this whirlwind for us and you know I was down there in Juneau five and October Hurricane Wilma hits Cancun and so the property Vice President calls me and says him what you know about segregating hurricane damage from pre existing damage because as everybody knows in the insurance business you know you'd let your property you don't do preventive maintenance on him you let him you know Kinda K into form and then when a bigger incomes you wanNA completely remodeled upon insurance money and that's not exactly how politics listen work and so he said well what do you know about separating out these types of they haven't Jessica what he said we'll come on down to Cancun so then we spent eight months in Cancun and so that started just our whirlwind journey back you know five of you know a bunch of were all over Latin America all through Minnesota. RT Colombia Chile I mean we did we did earthquake in Chile in twenty eleven on we did a bunch of other one off projects refineries in Uruguay and so it was just so much fun for me with the guys that are hired it really put them in the best position for them to be successful like the guy from curb ill- because he his family is actually from just outside a month today so he was perfectly bilingual and it really put him in a position we could maximize his talents and skills always say that for everybody just like in sales wherever your passion skills in profitability meat that's an ideal situation where you can draw circle around it and so that's what I try to do with people every they is what's really cool and unique about you and happen we build an environment and put you in a position to get you ultimately where we think you could be of most effects and what do you look for in people the people that you work for and work with well the nice thing about you know now being retired you know the pressures off so you can be very choosy I'll look for you know there's a there's a popular performance management out there that says the vast majority of people give eighty five percent oh they're hypotheticals I like people that are wanting to do something more than they are doing today that are willing to stretch and they're willing to be adventurous rightly said I had those guys went down a Latin America that was protein to build a company down there the unknown I mean you hear all the stories about kidnappings and how dangerous is down there and here I am six foot That speak Spanish you know going into a lot of these places so everybody always asks well we're scared it's like well no it was more for me it was an adventure I mean I had a bunch of life insurance on me and I had a five million dollars in policies. I really didn't have to worry about anything but it was like go down there and get it done you know I look for people that are adventurous in their soul in wanted wanted US something that they haven't already got you know when you're selling to clients what's your approach well you know it's funny I've taken probably he sticks or seventy oh sales training curriculums of course years the Challenger sale and spin sale ending and you know Barry Ryan selling to curiosity and you know Miller hyman method and all that good have to develop enough credibility where they're like okay you obviously know enough about our world that I can tell you what's really going on here so once you get to the truth of the matter you find that there's opportunity to this every day probably ninety four out of five that that beat something I can do for and so it just a total rethinking of how the how the sales engagement really should work but that's just the way that I believe well I I think it's good if you have that right and

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College Football: South Carolina Is A Ranked Team?

The Paul Finebaum Show

10:09 min | 2 years ago

College Football: South Carolina Is A Ranked Team?

"Ben Ben Bryner joining us. Thanks for the time always great to have you on. We start with the the general question. How is life in Colombia covering the South Carolina gamecocks offered him well. You've got a situation relation readers and fans. They're not too happy. players also not too happy about how things are going and obviously will muschamp from his comments. Yesterday also also not real happy about how things have gone okay. We've established The happy meter is pretty low. I think muschamp said it best. When asked about this weekend being a must win I believe he said they're almost win? but how important is this one. I mean this one is maybe their last chance at one of those mid tier kind of wins because you look at the rest of the scheduled win the really winnable games come down to your vanderbilt your Tennessee your APP state which is probably going to be harder than most people think but it's still a non power five team and if they don't win this one there the chances of a four win season go up pretty dramatically and feels like almost a gap of a four or five win. Season emotionally is is pretty high already not that anyone would be happy with a five win season but that that kind of gap would be a big oneplus. Kentucky is one five in a row in this series and nearly every single time going in it seemed like Kentucky is not been in great shape and then South Carolina's offense. It's just sort of disappears and they come out with another loss. I think you've described it quite well. Let me ask you about the the mood there because someone called in and I believe I read something in your paper. Although it's sometimes difficult to read on your website unless you are a subscriber the raid tanner had comments today. don't know what he said. I assume you do yeah you. WanNa you WANNA you. WanNa local radio here and was was about as positive as you can you can imagine said he still backs. Coach said he's not going to go into his office. closed the door and necessarily say this is unacceptable. Oh he he feels that will jam understand sort of the stakes and understands what's going wrong but obviously you also wouldn't expect a lot of ladies to come out on the radio and just totally trashed their head coach. Even if they were sort of feeling that way they did it would be quite a story and by the way we had one about two years ago Scott Woodward at am came on our show at SEC media spring meetings. Excuse me and pretty much said Kevin someone had to have a big year or allison occurred so my question is why is Ray Tanner doing this knowing that what he says today will probably not be operational or operative in November if the bottom falls out. I think it's a matter I think a lot of that's just just re raise personality I think he he tends to look at things in a very upbeat way and you've got to also remember the former coach and I don't know that he's necessarily a guy that's GonNa you know trump his drop his people and and go out in public and necessarily speak that way because realistically if things were to to go all the way south and the change was made then that change would ultimately I think speaks for itself instead of necessarily him having to sort of lay the breadcrumbs up up to it talking to have been bryner about this situation and then one more thing on on that I believe there is what an eighteen billion dollar buyout. We'll mush does that for all intents and purposes shut down the conversation that he will be gone at the end of the season and it's it's hard to imagine and South Carolina coming up with that type of money to get rid of them agree freedom. I it's interesting. You definitely doesn't shut down the conversation. People are still talking talking about it. People are still asking about it. My my inbox has several emails that literally just have the headline of fire. Must Champ functionally. I think it probably would unless they found some sort of situation where it was negotiated down now. Obviously that would require a coach deciding to do that and usually in America folks. Don't give up that kind of money so I'd imagine is functionally stops that but it isn't gonNA. It doesn't shut that any of the noise okay well. Let's play this game yeah. Well I think we I think we all agree a win. This weekend would calm people down and maybe this conversation the next time we talk. We'll will be more about what happens on the field then off the field but if if Kentucky does this again in win for the sixth grade time let's take a realistic look at the schedule and try to figure out where this ends up landing because US everyone knows South Carolina has already played one of its feared opponents but many more remain yeah. I as you kind of look at it. They have three games that you they've well. They have two games that you'd say would be in the very winnable category your Vanderbilt Tennessee then you have APP state which which obviously is a giant killer obviously in the first year of a new coach and it's still not totally clear if they're what APP state has been. Maybe a little bit down but you've got those three games then you've got to of what we're sort of treated in the beginning of the year as toss ups and now look less so which would be your sex saying them and and your Florida and those if I if you kind of bend your be bent your mind a little bit you can you imagine an upset scenario but those are a very long shot and then you bet clemson and Georgia Georgia on the road pumps and comes down here in Columbia and those are some pretty tough games so you're looking at right now. You're the one in three and if they lose at best every game they're really supposed to. They're going to be They're going to get two seven losses so the question is if they really can right the ship. Could they pull off upsets. Maybe but you know you'd have to really write that ship and then the question would be with those other games. What kind of damage control can you do in terms of what you sense. It's every day Ben Listen. You're there. Were not you talk to fans you hear from fans. You read their responses you hear from them through various mediums and platforms. How would you describe Game Cock Fan Base Right now. I think the majority of them are incredibly not sold. I think that's kind of where this is. This was a team that last year came in with a lot of hype and didn't match it and this was year team that this year came in with sort of the the sense that it was going to be more solid maybe the record wouldn't show it because the schedule was so hard but he was gonna look like a better team and between the way they came out against UNC and sort of the ups and downs that we've seen since it seems like they've kind of lost a lot of people now could a big year. Hold them back sure probably because that's sort of how this works you need a big year and even next year the schedule it doesn't look particularly forgiving because there's no UNC which wasn't supposed to be a big game anyway and and they just trade out Alabama in Columbia for a trip to Lsu so life doesn't get that much easier so if you had to look into a crystal ball which I'm sure you have plenty of it the offices of the state. Where do you see this ending up. I see them winning four to five games depending on how Saturday goes and I still have no great read on Saturday because every time these Kentucky Games happened. I think one is is going to happen and we ended up in a very confusing soon. After I kinda think that buyout just sorta hold and there's a very uncomfortable off-season and then you go into next year and you kind of see how things fall that's what I think right now I could imagine a world in which it spins differently but right now just because of sort of having a former coaches. AD having a guy who lose pretty deliberately having a new school President I think that maybe you just kind of end up in a holding pattern unless things go completely south now if they lose tap state and ended up with three wins that might change things been how bad would it be if three or four wins occurred and and you see the cross state rivals win another the national championship. Oh I think it's I think that's definitely a factor because that team is right there and that team that sort of swung long as quickly as it did with you know a very nontraditional head coach that was hired and then you know you come here and you've got the Wilma Shampoo experiment which has been certainly different because it was taking a guy who struggled at a bigger job and bring him down here. I think it would definitely I think that the Clemson thing is always as in the back of people's minds. Even if you know some folks will try to talk people down and we'll say it's just it's apples to oranges at this current juncture but people don't want to hear that and I think that's always on people's minds then Brian in absolutely fabulous report on the situation in in South Carolina Ben Comeback Soon. Thank you very very much. We'll do thanks for having me great stuff very very realistic report. No sugar coating no cheerleading relating just the truth

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"wilma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But that's not what we would ask you know we would ask you to be a safe place in your house especially our continued in the last couple seconds we have left a port Saint Lucie took a hit from hurricane Irma a couple years ago has the community recovered absolutely and I'm very glad to see that it's a really important point so the people of port Saint Lucie and and my time here we've dealt with the category three Francis I category to Jean hurricane armor but hurricane Wilma tropical storm Fay none of excuse me hurricane Frances wasn't too at a hundred and five gene was the three at a hundred and twenty none of these storms were category four hundred thirty plus and national hurricane center currently calling from I believe Mister mayor is that this indeed could be worse so you will be getting ready Greg or evict the mayor of port Saint Lucie Florida thank you so much thank you very much Google has dealt with Ebola before the virus was discovered there in nineteen seventy six and it handled the previous nine outbreaks without major problems but the current outbreak is no more than a year old and the death toll has exceeded two thousand people it's the second deadliest outbreak in history and there's a to Peralta reports on the massive effort to stop the outbreak and why it hasn't worked Sunday mass you cannot avoid the signs of Ebola at the entrance of Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church a team of health officials wearing gloves and goggles watches as everyone washes their hands with the bleach and water solution and then one by one even the little kids be take everyone's temperature Jean Roger palooza health worker shows me around a whole family of six people have a high fever one of the early symptoms of Ebola they will be interviewed and if they've been anywhere near the disease the will be isolated recorded with the at the beginning do is.

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"wilma" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wilma? Would you tell you this right now women floors is joining us right now, he of course of the Zona Diamondbacks at a big night last night. He gets the Yankees. But wherever we should tell you this right now, we have both big met fans. So we always have a place in our heart for us. We wanna let you know that how while you. I'm gig is how are you doing? All right. All right. I was thinking this incorrectly. If I'm wrong facing the Yankees last night yet a hell of a game. Not just not just a home run. Not just the RBI. I you made a great catch on. What a pseudo collision in short right field. Was there any extra motivation? I know it's the. Yankees. It's not the Mets. But you know, New York is watching it is New York. Was there anything extra last night because you were playing the Yankees? I don't think. So I don't think so, you know, I know clean the Yankees. It's New York. But it it just another team. You know, you gotta play every team this same way. You gotta play every team hard. You know? That's what I try to do every night. And I was one of those nice will how when you found out that you were no longer going to be a met after last season. I was how tough was it for you to deal with that? You know, I can't I can't have that feeling that there again, a non tender me. But you know, you always wanna be you always want to stay up one place. You wanna play for for one team you whole life. It doesn't happen very often. But you know, that's what you want us to Blair. So you wanna stay with your teammates? We all teammates. But you know, everything happens everything is gonna and, you know, I'm I'm gonna go place. Now when I think back to your med career. I think and I think most men fans do of that three day sequence where you're about to be traded. You're upset about it. A wait. You're not traded. And then and I think this may have been the most important moment of that entire run. You hitting that game winning home run on that Friday night shirt the Mets acquired cesspit as he hadn't debuted yet. He wasn't here yet. And you hit the walk off against the nationals which led to really the Mets going on a rampage was that sequence. And that. That moment that walk off. And you had plenty of walk off as a met which will get to that your best moment as. It was he was on the best. Yeah. You know? I think that all obviously about doesn't fifteen we've got through all series. It was definitely based on had with you know, it was a fun run. You know, I think that what what what happened motivators even more. You know, it was just funny. Oh, we'll get again floors. Because now the Arizona Diamondbacks take us through that fateful night. Because I it's a night as a met fan July fifteen that I'll never ever forget. I mean, you know, you crying on the field. You know, what exact how did it all transpired who told you that you've been traded? I mean, how how did that go down at night Willman? Well, I know idea that I was I to get traded. Honestly, right. Okay. I just make it happen or he was about to happen. But I was on the when I came on so bad, and you know, all this on this knick fans star tune for me for no reason. And you know, I mean, a lady I realized that we were on tried dayline. And after I got out on a groundout day. They gave me standing ovation again. And after that in came in. I came in the clubhouse. I shouldn't say this. But I looked at my phone, and I was getting traded, right, right? And I was feeling the game. And that's when everything happened out there when I gotta live in motion and knows it. So it wasn't even a situation where somebody on a team Terry Collins is somebody actually told you it happen. You you found out about it on your phone. Yes. Yes. Obviously with you know, every everything, you know. Sure right there on Twitter and everything so. Well, yeah. No, nobody told me it was I was in the building that night. And I remember we were I was one of the fans cheering you extra haunted. I mean, I would always cheer you when you came up on a fan. But there was this bittersweet moment of I was genuinely excited about Carlos Gomez. But I remember thinking I like, Wilmer Flores, ideally, I wouldn't want to trade you and that exact Wheeler was in that tree. Right. That's right. Call us. Go missing AAA now though the Mets thank God. But that trade in that. But so you hear the reaction and say this is this is different. Because I I remember that game. The Mets was six two one seven and one wasn't close game was just a bad ugly. Whatever kind of loss after you found out because you heard the reaction you said let me see what's going on. It's the trade deadline, and you see reports are you being traded. Did you tell anyone did you say anything to Terry Collins, or did you just kind of keep it to yourself after you've found out? No, I mean, I kept it to myself. I didn't know what to do. I didn't know what to like tell him or or just gave me out of the game. You know, it was my first time going through that. So detail are hitting coach at that time came alone. And and David Wright, and you know, David Wright, told me, hey, you know, how 'cause I was emotionally he was he was talking to me. And you know, it was telling me that, you know, Milwaukee wants you for a reason, you know, he went they want you there. They want you to play day. And if you think so he told me some good things. Do you think knowing what you know now that if Terry newish is taking you out of the game or what's your feeling on that? I mean, I don't know. I just like I say it was my first time going through that. I don't know. What does she do when a guys getting traded with this? You know, you know, it's tough because of what you said with with the phone. I mean back in twenty thirty years ago, you may have been trained in no one would. Stands. No fan would have. No. But I think it's different now because it isn't necessarily fair for thirty thousand people in the ballpark today. Something about your future that you have no idea about. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I feel like shoot unknown Robbie full the game or even sooner, you know. Yeah. But you know, everything everything worked out. Well, you're going to get the woman floor. Right. So it does we know it doesn't happen. When did you find out now that it wasn't going to happen? Give me run through that. How that went down woman. What do you mean last year? No, no, no. When when you found out okay now, we're back to twenty fifteen. So you're okay. You're on the phone. You found out you getting traded. Everybody knows you get traded. When did you find out that? Now, you weren't getting traded. Oh that was after the game. Was I was in the training room, and the, and they just came to me and said, you know, getting traded. That's it. That was the end of it. And who told you that? It's I think sandy San. Involved at some point. That was in the end. I didn't ask I didn't ask why. Then I say anything, I just went home just another day. Did you think about it at all? It really is crazy crazy. The whole thing that went down the next day was the rain game which were Joe, and I are still haunted by the game against all the rain delay in familiar gives up the home run the air. Afternoon that day. We're on the devastated about it. And then comes the big Friday night. Did you were you able to put all that stuff out of your mind right away? Or was it on your mind? The days when buys want to go back one. And before even at the halt that when you found out that now cesspit was coming here. I because that happened after the San Diego game right after the rain game. Yes. Correct. So tell us now now go run through that. Now you now you're not getting traded. And now they just trade if assessment is what were you thought that day? Well, you know, we we got better that when you know, we got better that day, right, right? Obviously, I knew that he had something special here. And those one reason I wanna stay, and you know, we got better that day. Now, that's how I thought about right, right? And you weren't going to Detroit and yet everybody wanted. Thank god. Right. Able to get all of what happened on that night out of your mind immediately. And did it in a way kind of inspire you like all right? I'm here. Let's go and maybe get you on a hot streak. Well, you know, as a player, you gotta keep your mind. Right. You know, you you can't think about what was going on out of out of out of the field. And you know, whenever when I was out there. I was just thinking about doing my job. I I wasn't honestly thinking about what happened. Why were you so good at hitting walk off home runs and getting walk off hits? Because it wasn't. It wasn't just once in a while. He'd like the guy was there a mentality. You had Layton games knowing that why will you so good at that? I don't know. I wish I always had an answer. But I think in those those kind of situation you can't think about a walk-off, you you gotta think about the process what whatever you have to do to to bring the run in. You know, if you want about what you wanna do not worry about the process, it's not gonna happen. So just does he tuition just trying to stay calm, and relaxing, whereby the process and the rest will take care south, and you, and you know, what you like you always now going to be a beloved met. Like, I mean, the fans after that all went down, you know, I mean when you would interact with fans fans, whether it was on the street wherever it might be. I mean, everybody had to bring that up and like everybody loves you. I mean, right. We'll mean how about that? How about your your connection now forever? Really with the met fans. Yeah. Definitely fun. Definitely fun. When you know went through. Drew fans talk to you. When you know when they when they see you on the street, or you know, they just they told me, you know, we miss you. You were you know, truly player, and it just it just makes you feel good. You're not 'cause you leave you leave everything on the field for a reason. And it's good that they that they know that we're talking to women Flora's the form of that. Now with the Diamondbacks. I'm asking this question for for reason earlier today chase utley was in this building. And he was on a previous show. And so we've actually talked a little bit about history with the Mets specifically what happened in the divisional series where he basically injured Ruben to Hotta in your opinion has a guy that came up as a shortstop played shortstop filled in for Tana after he got hurt. Now a lot of second a lot of. I did you think the chase utley slide on Ruben to Hotta was a dirty slide. Yeah. You definitely was now. I mean, there's no question about it. It was too late when he came in on the slide. Yeah. It was a maybe he wasn't trying to be thirty. But he you know, he's lied too late. 'cause 'cause you know happens where you try to be you. Sometimes you try to play hard, though, sometimes you sometimes too much, you know, maybe he tried to play hard. But he he just like late. You know, you know, that costs that back because what what what will happen to. Yeah. No doubt about how about you a pretty good team. Now, obviously you had a good night last night. Greg was good last night..

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"wilma" Discussed on Stoppage Time: Champions League

Stoppage Time: Champions League

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on Stoppage Time: Champions League

"Your child to bed at night. He just. Right in the top of the regime, sterling sweaty little head just kisses him right on top. And I'm like, really, that's what that's what you're the emotion of the moment. I guess the French are very kissy kissy, but it just seemed like out out of place. I don't have another nomination. There was lots of passion today. But I'm sorry. But that site. I want to add on that. I really really enjoyed watching reheating sterling we'll away and run the way he runs he kind of has the RN Robin dodgy flappers going. No, excuse me. Excuse me. It's the Wilma run from from Scooby doo run like Wilma Chila session, look Wilma running and Scooby doo. That's where sterling to a t go on. I back. Plus the kids is just feels deal for me. Yeah. Yeah. It was just such a sweet little kiss. It was just like you could see LaPorte processing the situation. He was just like, you know, what I need to kiss on the head right now. I guess we're lucky it was only on the head. All right. Let's I'm going to reverse order here of how I've written these down today. It's worst hair of the day read, and it's a trio of players really competing in the same category, which is worst bleached hair. The nominees are read Sergio guero Kyle Walker and surprisingly Roberto for me, no with his four strands of bleached hair right at the front. So I'm limit aware of that. Because he had that for that or silver for awhile. Okay. All right. I respect it for me. No. Is he so corny and he's the winner or loser of this award? Whatever you want to whatever you wanna call if you win you just lose. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm actually going with Kyle Walker in part because what you're saying which it feels like he's like all a grow bushes hair. Love that I'm going to do that too. And just looks terrible. And he just it just looks so bad. And at least for me now, I don't know if I had those like super white big teeth. I'd probably do little things like that to distract them from, you know, distract people from them as well. I was especially offended by Kaya, walkers hair. So I'm going to give the worst hair of the day to to our friend Kyle Walker now, this one is a fun one read because these were just amazing moments of the day that don't really fit into any one category. These are your your holy crap. Did that just? Happen moments. Like just your other things of beauty that aren't goals. I've got three nominees you can feel free to add anything that really struck your fancy one Hector Herrera controlling the ball on that like long cross as he's like peeled away. And he just somehow brings this ball down onto his foot now he proceeded to not score. But the control his ability to control that ball and bring it down absolutely gorgeous..

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"wilma" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Day. You I've been pushing is just just fun to do. Let's look at some of the stories that I see him here at right off the bat here cut by the storm as a story that that you tell the very first one of these are chased by the storm. I should say it's a story essentially about you with the two grandchildren ten year old max and the seven year old billion started fishing. Storm comes in this column Wilma happen is it was supposed to be a nice day got cloudy, and and and and even rain a little bit. But we kind of figured that. The storm was going to hold off for this afternoon. So we probably grandkids voted we went out fishing and got out there. Okay. We were we were catching fish, and it was fine. All of a sudden the temperature just crowded in the wind picked up. I looked over my shoulder. And they're all the sun is big black cloud coming up on. We interrupt programming at the request of the national weather service to activate the North Texas emergency alert system, the national weather service issue. Severe thunderstorm warning for then county until twelve thirty thunderstorms located near south moving east at forty five miles per hour. The storm may contain sixty five mile per hour. Wind gusts and quarter-sized hail and wind damage is expected. Also win could be a hazard on sections of interstate thirty five and thirty five W thirty five once again this thunderstorm morning Denton county in general until twelve thirty three or thunderstorm located near south of at forty five miles per hour and wind gust maybe the greatest hazard own or sexist stations affected by this requested to relay the preceding message. The generation that is going to becoming teams. And and you know, and and they're young twenties to grew up with computers and game box and things like that. They lost interest in the outdoors of this coming around and as well. Think of one of the obligations that we older fishermen have to is to still that love the fishing and being outdoors and the generations that are before us one thing we've learned of course, with the young people you can indeed conversation such as it is with your head down and your thumbs busy, you consider the dinner table. If you're allowed to with your head.

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Ebola treatment center in Congo reopens after attack: ministry

The California Report Magazine

02:45 min | 3 years ago

Ebola treatment center in Congo reopens after attack: ministry

"Doctors Without Borders is suspending its work in the epicenter of the Abullah outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The move comes after two separate attacks on its treatment centers. They're the organization says it best. It'll be weeks before staffers return NPR's Eisenman reports the first attack was last Sunday night. It started around ten o'clock. Wilma Sar is the on the ground emergency coordinator for Doctors Without Borders. He says anywhere from twenty to one hundred men converged on their treatment center in a rural area called Kotla and started to throw stones inside. And then they started to put fat of the center on fire all the logistical. Dacian equipments after about fifteen minutes, they scattered but the center was already in ruins the next attack was Wednesday night at a treatment center, seven miles away in a city called Tambo. This was even more violent. So car was used to break. The gate men inside the divide in different teams. They start to destroy things is that the shooting the police arrive there was a thirty minute gun battle in which one officer was killed. And meanwhile, there are nearly sixty patients in the center suspected or confirmed to have Ebola many of them just picked up and ran Massari arrived on the scene soon after he says, everyone was traumatized you're afraid for your life, you'd feel completely helpless. Most of the patients have been located and moved to a center operated by another charity called ulema. This region is the newest hotspot in Congo's, seven months outbreak more than two hundred new cases in recent weeks. The. Overall, total and Congo is nearly nine hundred cases Massara says despite that Doctors Without Borders has to put the safety of its staff. I really violence. It is a very very serious incidents. When I send my teens. I need to be sure that they are gonna come back alive mistrust is high in this part of Congo. He notes that it's an isolated impoverished area with a history of armed conflict. That's made people wary of outsiders and they've never seen evil before. So it's not surprising that they're going to be suspicious when a bunch of foreigners show up and start insisting that as soon as your child or mother has a fever. You have to send them off to strangers in these plastic suits, the group won't resume operations until it can be sure that it has the full support of the community. We have not been communicating enough with the creation normally doctorswithoutborders specializes in caring for patients, but they're thinking in this case, maybe the you just shift gears and focus on engaging the community because maybe says massare. That's where we can have the biggest

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Why Doctors Without Borders Is Suspending Work In The Ebola Epicenter In Congo

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:28 min | 3 years ago

Why Doctors Without Borders Is Suspending Work In The Ebola Epicenter In Congo

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amelia Island, Florida a barrier island on the northeast coast that captivates visitors with thirteen miles of uncrowded beach championship golf, natural beauty and a historic district Amelia Island dot com slash NPR. Doctors Without Borders is suspending its work in epicenter of the abo-. La outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The move comes after two separate attacks on its treatment centers. They're the organization says it best. It'll be weeks before staffers return NPR's Nouri Eisenman reports the first attack was last Sunday night. Yeah. It's it's around ten o'clock. Imon Wilma Sar is the on the ground emergency coordinator for Doctors Without Borders. He says anywhere from twenty to a hundred men converged on their treatment center in a rural area called Kotla. And this that the tooth threw stones inside. And then they started to put part of the center. On fire older, logistical and what sanitation equipments after about fifteen minutes, they scattered but the center was already in ruins the next attack was Wednesday night at a treatment center, seven miles away in a city called Tambo. This was even more violent car was used to break the gate. There was men inside the divide in different teams. They start to destroy things is that the shooting the police arrive there was a thirty minute gun battle in which one officer was killed. And meanwhile, there are nearly sixty patients in the center suspected or confirmed to have Ebola many of them just picked up and ran Massara arrived on the scene soon after and he says, everyone was traumatized you're afraid for your life, you'd feel completely helpless. Most of the patients have been located and moved to a center operated by another charity called Lima. This region is the newest hotspot in Congo's seven month outbreak more than. Two hundred new cases in recent weeks. The overall total in Congo is nearly nine hundred cases Massara says despite that Doctors Without Borders has to put the safety of its staff. I really really violence. It is a very very severe incidence. When I send my teams, I need to show that they are gonna come back alive mistrust is high in this part of Congo. He notes that it's an isolated impoverished area with a history of armed conflict. That's made people wary of outsiders and they've never seen any Bola before. So it's not surprising that they're going to be suspicious when a bunch of foreigners show up and start insisting that as soon as your child or mother has a fever. You have to send them off to strangers in these plastic suits, the group won't resume operations until it can be sure that it has the full support of the community. We have not been communicating enough with population. Normally doctorswithoutborders specializes in caring for patients. But they're thinking in this case, maybe the to shift gears and focus on engaging the community. Eighty because maybe says massare that's where we can have the biggest impact Nerina Eisenman NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.

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"wilma" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Angeles WBZ's Josh binswanger. Talks of CBS news. Correspondent Steve Futterman about the Oscars starting with cinematography you mentioned Roma and I've seen it twice. I enjoyed it. I want to talk about cinematography for second because much was made of the cinematography of that particular film. I enjoyed it. But I thought it was rather flat. And you compare that with the favourite which was shot in natural light on these beautiful landscapes and sets in the UK. Your thoughts. I happen to like roll Ma maybe because it's a bit different. You know, we don't often have we had some black and white winners in recent years, the artist also Schindler's List filmed in black and white. I think sometimes black and white gets my attention more than a a beautifully produced, and then shot colored film like the favorites. I actually like the the rough edges. I just see. I just see the nitty gritty that the the the the the style of that Mexican area called rumor that's why it's called Roma that Syria Mexico City that Alfonzo lived in. It's more or less a auto biographical picture of his early life for one year. But I like Wilma Wilma side for this one. Is there any category that's got buzz within the industry outside of the big ones that we always focus on this year. I think the big buzz because of the ramifications because of Netflix. She's involvement. I think it's best picture. I just think people wonder what will this portend for Hollywood. Listen, there are people who are actually scared. What will happen if Netflix takes over like Amazon is taking over networks BA type of Amazon it's possible..

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Trump meets with 20 sheriffs to advocate for border security

America Trends

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Trump meets with 20 sheriffs to advocate for border security

"President Trump was joined by sheriff's from border communities in Texas, New Mexico and era Zona to discuss border security, and what needs to be done along our border between the United States and Mexico. You Makoni sheriff Leon Wilma tells Fox News all the things that they have to deal with down there. On the border. We on the local level have to deal with the the rapes robberies the homicides the smuggling of narcotics as well as human smuggling. And it was basically decimating law enforcement as far as our budgets go because we have to handle all those Larry cases that come across us not handled by our federal got you.

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"wilma" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Go ahead. Recommedations aces, Asians, I'm going to recommend Mary Poppins returns, which was wonderful delightful. Everything if you like the original you'll like this one Lumine Wilma Rondos, also minute, Emily blunt is also really really good and really fun in Mary Poppins, e and the kids are good, and yeah, it's a great movie. The lakeville even. Even all right. Pat recommends Mary Poppins I'm trying to think of anything I have consumed from the culture what you'd think be a lot since I've been on my couch for like two weeks straight. And yet. No, I can't think of anything got them. It was trying to get out of it. And even. The ass just to anything from your list, and I find that acceptable. Yeah. I will I will recommend Brooklyn nine again. Nice. Because it's on a roll I second that recommendation. Anyway, right to pop culture continuum at g mail dot com. Right is at pop culture. Continuance Email dot com. Wait. What is that? What I just said yams as emphasizing. Oh, thanks. It needed. I kinda deadened voice. I thought you're going to say it all and I was gonna emphasize like the inside of my soul. I can't remember anything else. Like Facebook rate is very highly tunes and read a review and most importantly, tell your friends to listen, maybe if Pat can do it. We'll do our best songs twenty eighteen next week. I'm guessing pet can't do it. We'll see what happens if not prove me wrong kids. Prove me wrong. Look up a something else. Joke. Get it until next time. Goodbye, everybody goodbye.

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"wilma" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"wilma" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Flat. Right. I thought it gaining weight overnight my thyroid into Christmas are renewables. Yeah. Just shutting down left and right. I'm surprised at took that long for you to have like a severe overtraining episode. And yeah, it was a severe it was probably over trading mixed with a lot of shit. The body was whacked. It was wack man in it said, you're done. Go ahead. Hang up your shoes. Lay in the bed is time to die. And how long did that go on for about five years five years? Yeah. So wait what period of time this? So you looking at it was bad water. So it before bad water two thousand thirteen business started actually walked a hundred miles of that race to finish it that was the one. I was crewing dean that year you were right on our heels like most of the day. And if I was I walked holding of other on dis he was walking line sills walking. So it's not a good year. I walked that almost. Whole race. I was cramping up so badly alien was in my quads. They're just doing this weird hours. Hydrating saw what the hell's going on by shutting down then? And then I have like a a period of time. I was like my guy feeling my best. And I this risk are frozen autre as my job. I'm back. No, I wasn't. It was just my body saying we got one more in nam before we give it up. So two thousand thirteen is when it ruse hitting our, ma'am. It went on from all the things that you had to process that was probably one of the hardest being told you have to stop. It was Wilma hardest. I have to be honest with you. It was. The most I opening refreshing time minotaur life..

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