26 Burst results for "Zamora"

Éric Zemmour Reshapes the French Right Wing

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Éric Zemmour Reshapes the French Right Wing

"Because what we're seeing in France is a kind of a remaking of the French right. The French right wing. And the more the candidate who is came kind of out of nowhere. This guy is an intellectual. He's a former pundit and sort of newspaper columnist. But he's a bespectacled, somewhat brooding, but also emotionally and rhetorically powerful writer and speaker. And he is giving the French right a kind of new flair, a new respectability, and he's finding a broader swath of support. Now, it may not be enough for him to beat Emmanuel Macron, but it'll be really telling if a guy likes Moore, who is, in a sense, so like Trump, altering the parameters of politics, taking topics that were once outside the bounds. Topics like who's a French, who's a French man or French woman, what does it mean to be French? And taking the movement of French culture over the last 30 or 40 years, which has been dramatically toward greater multiculturalism, more of an Islamist organization, a friend, a challenging of the old French idea that you become French by essentially speaking the French language and embracing French national identity. So that is simulationist model of France as being challenged by the left in France. Now, what's interesting and I mentioned this the last time I talked about zamora is that he is actually pulled Macron to the right. And this may actually be his greatest

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"zamora" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:05 min | 8 months ago

"zamora" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"zamora" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"zamora" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"I met up with her and i asked her like. Wow this is great. How can i help. And so she put me on the board and she put me to work late. You put my money where my mouth was was like. Okay you want to help. Then get on the board and you're going to do some work around it. And i just kind of really fell in love with it. I've always been very vocal about being pro choice. And i really love the work that i do and being able to help my community in this way then oh what did i miss. That is a good question. I think it's really important for people to have these uncomfortable conversations to say the word abortion you know. Don't use euphemisms like say the procedure. Whatever say abortion. you know. it's not a dirty word. Abortion is health care people get abortions for different types of reasons. And we shouldn't have to you know. Bring up things like oh. They didn't even make exceptions about raper incest. Like it shouldn't matter the reason. Somebody has an abortion. It matters that this is what they want. This is what they've decided for themselves and for their families and they should have the right to have access to an abortion if they so need it and it should not be the responsibility of other states to take care of. Texans texans should be able to take care of texans for themselves santa. I know this is a very very busy time for you. So thank you so much for taking the time for us thank you. This was fun instead of offering. You might take away from this episode. I'm instead going to read you a bit of what justice. Sonia sotomayor wrote in her dissent. The court's order is stunning. She wrote presented with an application to enjoin a flagrantly unconstitutional law engineer to prohibit women from exercising their constitutional rights and evade judicial scrutiny. A majority of justices have opted to bury their heads in the sand. The court has rewarded. The state's effort to delay federal review of a plainly unconstitutional statute enacted in disregard of the courts precedents to procedural entanglements of the states on creation. The court should not be so content ignorance constitutional obligations to protect not only the rights of women but also the sanctity of its.

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"zamora" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

06:10 min | 8 months ago

"zamora" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"Earlier. This month in the middle of the night. The supreme court refused to block a texas law that bans most abortions that law is now the most restrictive abortion measure in the nation it bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy and establishes a sort of bounty system. That allows anyone to sue those involved in facilitating an abortion. This is a bigger than texas. The decision could be a blueprint of gutting. Roe v wade. The supreme court ruling that legalized abortion nationally is going to play out in the courts and while it does groups on the ground are figuring out how to adopt is ena. Zamora is the executive director of the fraud data fund they provide support and funding for those seeking abortions in texas rio grande valley. We're gonna talk about what this decision means for those seeking care and where the spite goes from here. A lot of us are in texas right now. We're not looking at this through the lens of someone who was there where using where in texas are you. I'm located in the rio grande valley so deep south texas along the us mexico border. What are you hearing from people in texas. There's a lot of confusion around the law and just people being upset. I think a lot of people think that this law just went way too far the biggest concern for most of the people who do abortion funding work is. How are we going to help. People get their abortion care in your own words. What is this legislation. Do so sp eight what it does is. It bans abortion past six weeks in texas. It is essentially a complete abortion banned because by the time. Most people know that they're pregnant. They're unable to get an abortion and texas. This also has a very cruel and specific civil litigation our civil cause of action that allows anybody to sue anybody else who helps quote unquote to aid and abet someone and getting abortion care in texas past six weeks it is such a vague law that we don't really know what it means to eight in a bit. It can be anything from like giving somebody money to get their abortion taking them to their abortion appointment like literally driving them to their appointment apparent being there for their child while they get their care a spiritual leader giving counseling around abortion a doctor giving that as an option to a patient that somebody who works like the work that we do in front that fund do abortion funding like people pay for their abortion helping them get the travel that they need to get their abortion care so all of that constitutes aiding and abetting right so it puts a lot of people at legal risk for helping someone that they love. Get the care that they need. We'll talk a little bit about what this means. Nationally and the their implications nationally. But i do wanna talk about texas. And i wanna talk about people might be seeking abortions in the rio grande valley specifically what this legislation means for latinas in rgb. Just to kinda give you a background of the demographic in the rio grande valley or a very beautiful and vibrant community. But on the flip side we also are a low income community Where largely characterized as hispanic or latin x more than ninety percent of us Identify as hispanic even prior to sba. We were kind of living in an abortion desert. There's only one abortion clinic. South of san antonio and that clinic is in mcallen texas. There are a lot of barriers at texas has in place even prior to eight that made getting an abortion exceedingly difficult one of the first things you realize when you get an abortion as you have to get an ultrasound right so the ultrasound has to be performed by the same person who is doing the abortion and an ultrasound has to be done twenty four hours before the actual abortion so. There's a twenty four hour waiting period to getting an abortion. The doctor has explained to you what you're seeing on the ultrasound screen. They also have to do mandatory counseling. And then you have to wait twenty four hours then you go back the next day And you get your abortion so all of these hoops. That people had to jump through to get an abortion. So i think was specifically in the rio grande valley wearing a very unique Geographical area because we are close to the border that means we're the furthest away from any state line right so under. V8's if you don't get your abortion the four six weeks and you're going to have to travel outside of texas to get your care and that just simply is in reality for a lot of people. What front that often does is. We provide financial assistance. So will literally help you pay for your abortion because it's so expensive and we also provide travel support as well because another big barrier in texas. Is that there are very few abortion clinics or a huge state. We also provide travel support in the form of lodging gas money. Aaron ground transportation however whatever. Anybody needs to get their care which is to say nothing of the fact that if you are a working class woman in order to do that travel and in order to accommodate the twenty four hour wait time. It means you're likely taking at least two days off of work. Oh yeah you're taking two days off if you have to travel more than a hundred miles to the clinic then you're able to get a same-day like a same day procedure. But you have to wait two hours between your ultrasound and your actual abortion but in general. Yes there's a bunch of residual kocit aren't even calculated into the actual cost. Which is you know. Loss of wages child care.

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Texas Abortion Law: US Supreme Court Votes Not to Block Ban

Latina to Latina

02:08 min | 8 months ago

Texas Abortion Law: US Supreme Court Votes Not to Block Ban

"Earlier. This month in the middle of the night. The supreme court refused to block a texas law that bans most abortions that law is now the most restrictive abortion measure in the nation it bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy and establishes a sort of bounty system. That allows anyone to sue those involved in facilitating an abortion. This is a bigger than texas. The decision could be a blueprint of gutting. Roe v wade. The supreme court ruling that legalized abortion nationally is going to play out in the courts and while it does groups on the ground are figuring out how to adopt is ena. Zamora is the executive director of the fraud data fund they provide support and funding for those seeking abortions in texas rio grande valley. We're gonna talk about what this decision means for those seeking care and where the spite goes from here. A lot of us are in texas right now. We're not looking at this through the lens of someone who was there where using where in texas are you. I'm located in the rio grande valley so deep south texas along the us mexico border. What are you hearing from people in texas. There's a lot of confusion around the law and just people being upset. I think a lot of people think that this law just went way too far the biggest concern for most of the people who do abortion funding work is. How are we going to help. People get their abortion care in your own words. What is this legislation. Do so sp eight what it does is. It bans abortion past six weeks in texas. It is essentially a complete abortion banned because by the time. Most people know that they're pregnant. They're unable to get an abortion and texas. This also has a very cruel and specific civil litigation our civil cause of action that allows anybody to sue anybody else who helps quote unquote to aid and abet someone and getting abortion care in texas past six weeks

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Finding The True Honesty Within Ourselves With Author Stephenie Zamora

Mindfulness Mode

01:23 min | 9 months ago

Finding The True Honesty Within Ourselves With Author Stephenie Zamora

"Let's talk about truth. Let's talk about honesty. How do we find find are real honesty which is hidden. Sometimes deep within us definitely can be it takes really knowing yourself and who you are and being tuned into whenever you want to call it. So i refer to it as intuition it can be internet link. Be that gut feeling or just that deepest part of you. That really knows your truth and who. You're here to be an building a relationship to yourself so that you're able to discern between will. Everyone thinks i should go this way. And this seems really great on paper. But where do i really feel in my body and my heart and my soul and so having the ability to discern for yourself what's right and true for you and nobody else can do that and when other people try. That's where things kind of get messy because they're doing so they're trying to support us and guide us from a place of love. But they're not us and they're not in our life and they can't make these decisions for us and so i'm a really big advocates for having that relationship to your body because that's where intuition inner wisdom really lives and that requires quite a bit of presence and mindfulness able to feel that little like Netanyahu body says no or like. Oh yeah i feel myself saying yes to this. Even though it seems crazy and ridiculous on

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"zamora" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"zamora" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"It's personalized it's easy. It allows them to maintain a presence in multiple areas and focus on that relationship aspect but make it easy and affordable. So yeah and let you keep up with the changes like that. I wouldn't be aware of it. Because i don't have it checked with no. He has an iphone. See what he's what he's doing. What if he is aware of it. You're going to be staying on top of that. So whenever you get a lot of thoughts about that let me know come back on and maybe we talk about that change. We just hearing about it. What you just said sounds like. It's going to change marketing across the board. You mentioned something about out. And when i think burnt out i'm thinking like close up the computer and just walk away and not wanna look if anything. That's my burn out ed. I know a lot of people in twenty twenty in this year. Two are still like we're keeping it away at arm's length but it really does creep in there but for you burn out means something different as far as your clients. How often do you see. Burn out with your clients. And what are you talking about. Let's get to that. I am talking about social media marketing and social media burnout or dental practices. I mean you probably see this with lots of other aspects of the dental practice. Two with everything that they've been through for the past year and then you know whether it staff turnover dealing with new team members or trying to hire new team members or retain team members. So it's like you know you have social media management and it almost takes village sometimes to manage social media like some of our practices are still coming to us like. I don't know what an instagram real is. Or i'm not even sure how to use hashtags yet or should we still be active on facebook. What do we need to post to actually get engagement. Let's see that people are seeing us so there's just a lot there for a number of different reasons whether it's time constraints new team members or just keeping up. What we do is tell our teens. You know you need to have a program in place. It's going to save you time. And it's going to.

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"zamora" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"zamora" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"Like i just sent my husband to the trail. He's a runner. He's coming up right now. And just everyone kind of rallying together and was shocking. Because you think nobody's on facebook on a friday afternoon and there were hundreds of people that works nineteen in engaging though that's amazing and wow good for her with her situational awareness to know that she has a resource to just get some help she probably just wanted like one person to show up like just walk her away from these guys. She has this huge response from story. So she's all good now. Yep she's all good every everything's fine. Everything worked out okay. And she did the best that she could in that situation where she was panicked and didn't wanna make. It seem like she was afraid and calling people. Because you're all alone there. It's usually a busy trail but there was nobody else was there. So what are you going to do that. Kind of burst. A bubble for me in that like no one's on facebook. No one's on social media on a friday after lunch you know. They're all in their own thing. And you're you pay a lot of attention to statistics so you probably had statistics. Said they weren't. Yeah and obviously on. This was a unique post. It was getting a lot of right off the bat and you know that fuel for facebook post. It's just gonna facebook's gonna show up more and more and more and i mean that helped with the visibility but you know that's another example love we have our favorite platforms. We use them at specific times..

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New York Judge Orders Restoration of DACA

Morning Edition

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

New York Judge Orders Restoration of DACA

"Undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. Has Children may once again apply for work, authorization and protection through the program, known as DACA. The Trump Administration tried ending the program, but W N Y. C is Beth Fertig reports. A federal judge ordered the government to bring back the original version this week. 18 year old Jimena Zamora of Queens joined a lawsuit over the summer after the Trump administration didn't fully restored DACA despite losing a Supreme Court case she was anxious to apply. The government was supposed to change a website by Monday night, and Samora kept checking. It was finally updated that there was accepting the new applications. So that's when I was like, Oh, so it's happening. Now. Now she applied in the morning. New York City estimates 30,000 residents have DACA status and another 45,000 may be eligible.

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"zamora" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"zamora" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"Of it a new convert. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, so I think it's super improved. And now I Network to do this is great read. Oh, well, you know what? It's actually going to make your life easier. So it's like you said, you know, it can be scary and I'm glad that you shared that with me because it can be scary. People are like, oh, what are you going to get me into as one more thing? But I think once you set yourself up on this system, there's no going back because then like you said, it's just going to be spontaneous and you know life reform and that's fine if it's just for fun or if it's a hobby or whatever but if it's to support your business goals your practice goals, then you have to have a plan in place. This is actually going to make it so much easier to get everything out of your head and into an online calendar. Well it is it's a true. It's a true position. I mean marketing departments. I mean is that marketing departments big offices with multiple locations have marketing departments are marketing person. I know most of the Specialists I work with I have marketing people like full time marketing people for their stuffing. That's or whatever. So yeah, so accidental managers, you know, don't put this on your plate, you know do something about it reach out and read his always generous with your time, too. I found that I never hear anything bad about you shoe. Well, you know, we can't please everybody all the time. But hopefully we put enough of ourselves out there that you draw in the right people that have those similar qualities so dead. So, how can they find you Rita anywhere on social media? Luckily? I have a pretty unique name. They can Google my name read a Zamora visit my website at connect 19.com if they want to learn more about our cash program, I would love to hear from anyone if they have questions or feedback any way I can help. What's that connect 90 about? Where'd you come up with that name? Oh gosh. I'm glad you said that because you know my business name after my name is Reed is Amora connections because people would always say oh you always connect me with you know, the right people or you know, I love the thought of connecting dentist with their page. Since and so it's really all tied into relationships at the end of the day. So when we were looking for a name for our program, I thought you know, it's really all about Dennis connecting with patients through their education ships and through their Human Side on social media and ninety minutes is what we have we've deconstructed and figured out it takes at least ninety minutes a month for a dental practice needs to really personalize their content because I did not want to be putting generic stock Imaging the same content for any practice out there. I wanted to really nudge them to more personalized content and really help them keep growing more and more in that personalized content. So we said ninety minutes is the minimum amount of time you're going to need to spend in order to personalize your content. So that's the connect and the name and it all came together, you know, thank you for asking. No, I'm glad you didn't say connect 360 cuz I don't have that much time. So connect mind me sounds sounds reasonable. So, okay and Rita's information off. To be in the show notes and I urge you to get in touch with her. She's just a lovely person in addition to being a wealth of knowledge. And I think that is going to wrap up this episode. Thank you so much. I appreciate you being on thank you know anytime again dear listeners. I always always appreciate that. You make me a part of your life. Thank you so much..

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"zamora" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"zamora" Discussed on KOMO

"West Seattle Water Taxi service this morning, inspectors found one of the pins that connects the gate gangway to the shore at Sea Seacrest. Doc has been damaged, so the Vashon route does continue to operate as normal of the King County Water Taxi. With the ongoing closure of the West battle Bridge. The water taxi has become an important link to downtown Seattle. Straight ahead. Appeal denied for Skagit County killer Isaac Zamora, I'm Carleen Johnson with the update News have 11 34 as we wind down this Thursday morning and checking with Kira Jordan for our latest traffic update, which we do every 10 minutes on the force. We had some emergency roadwork that was taking place on south and I five travelling through the Nisqually area. But the good news is that that's now been cleared out of all lanes, and it looks like our two miles slowdown that we were seeing into. That area has now completely cleared out. So you're able to move along at this speed limit north and I five just minor hesitation in Seattle is you're approaching the convention center. Also some minor crowding. Traveling westbound on the Spokane Street viaduct is you're approaching 99. Ward found 90 nines been seeing a couple of extra break plates as you're approaching diagonal and then in the Bonny Lake area, you're going be finding just a little touch of extra company that is taking place on both directions of highway for 10 is you're approaching 190 seconds. This traffic report is sponsored by The office of the Secretary of State Elections division. Have you voted yet? Well, don't wait until Election day. Fill out your ballot and place it in a drop box. By eight PM November, 3rd find Dropbox locations at vote W a dot gov. Our next promo traffic at 11 44. Here's the forecast from Kristen Clark somewhat pavement out there this morning as we've been tracking some areas of light drizzle. The drizzle does dry up this afternoon, but remaining mostly.

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Many Latino voters in Nevada are worried about the climate

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Many Latino voters in Nevada are worried about the climate

"In Nevada, about twenty percent of voters are Latino and a growing number are deeply concerned about climate change. A recent poll found that almost half the states Latino voters say they were personally affected by climate change. In the last year, we look at it as not only amateur the environment we're also looking at ESA health aspect. Rudy Zamora's with Chiesa Nevada program of the League of Conservation voters. He says many Latinos know firsthand how rising temperatures can worsen other problems for example, care pollution. How does the climate change impact our communities health? How does that impact the way that our children are breeding? For Zamora the concern about air quality is personal about two years ago. His young son suffered a frightening asthma attack. It was so bad that his son went into respiratory failure and cardiac arrest. and. He says, his son is not the only one to have such severe problems. Many people in the community struggle with asthma. So, with the November elections approaching cheese Bene- VADA encourages Latinos to compare candidates positions on the environment and then vote. Climate is going to be one of the top priorities on why we go out and vote.

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"zamora" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"zamora" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed Comeau midday. Good afternoon 12 02 from the coma 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja will. Here's what we're following to come. A police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened early this morning. Como's Frank Lindsay reports. Neighbors in the area of these 38th street in Portland Avenue East heard shots and called 911 around 1:30 A.m.. After police got the call. Somebody dropped off a wounded 26 year old man added to coma hospital doctors. They're pronounced him dead. That's good. Frank Lindsay reporting no word yet on what led up to the shooting. Police have not released any information about a possible suspect. A man serving a life sentence after murdering six people in the Skagit County shooting rampage, says he was coerced into pleading guilty under threat of death. Is Korwin hate reports the State Court of Appeals now hearing his case, Isaac Zamora fatally shot a Skagit County sheriff's deputy than killed five others and wounded seven more during the 2008 shooting spree. Since then, Washington has abolished the death penalty. And Zamora's lawyer West Richard says Zamora wants to change his plea to N G. R. I not guilty by reason of insanity is dates agreement not to file a death notice was contingent upon entry of guilty pleas, he says. Had there been no death penalty? Zamora would have Gone to trial in hopes of being found and GR I. The results still would have been a life sentence, but as Richard's puts it, death is different. Skagit County Prosecutor Rosemary Cola Cola says Zamora entered his please voluntarily and has since realized prison life is tough. What Mr Zamora Wide was to spend the rest of his life in the hospital versus the rest of his life in prison. The state Supreme Court abolished the death penalty in 2018, saying it is applied unfairly and with racial bias. Korwin Hey HQ Co Moh news Fire.

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"zamora" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"zamora" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"On dude. No I'm doing well. How About Yourself Governor Jim? Good Yeah it's A Nice Day here. Twenty degrees outside in the Sun. Finish playing guitar. You know man. It's so weird you're twenty degrees in. I'm let's see. I think it's sixty five sixty three sixty three to twenty degrees Celsius. Oh that's right never mind. Twenty degrees Celsius is similar to sixty. Yeah Nice and sunny here tonight To be outside. Yeah it's been selling twenty degrees years about like I think it's like seventy eight. Yeah I wasn't even thinking about that. It's been so long different. All of their. Yeah it's such a mind trip. All your measurements are metric. So yeah we're all natural. Yeah I know and here. A lot of Do a lot of graphic design stuff side dealing inches no centimeters but but do you find that you you're using inches for people that are based in the US obviously and you're using centimeters in such people that are in Canada or other countries. Well I think I think use the metric system and like measurements stuff. Why isn't as much of a difference Compared to like Celsius and Ferret. Trying to get the commune these things that Yeah Yeah Good Point. I mean we're talking degrees versus Moore. You know inches and sending me but still you know I was just curious but yeah it's been a I've only I if I'm remembering correctly I've only had one Canadian on the podcast before. And that was Steve from. We were sharks very nice. Yeah Yeah not too far. Not Too far from where we call home. That's fun and.

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"zamora" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"On dude. No I'm doing well. How About Yourself Governor Jim? Good Yeah it's A Nice Day here. Twenty degrees outside in the Sun. Finish playing a pint man. It's so weird you're twenty degrees in. I'm let's see. I think it's sixty five sixty three sixty three to twenty degrees Celsius. Oh that's right never mind. Twenty degrees Celsius is similar to sixty. Yeah Nice and sunny here tonight. Able to be outside. Yeah it's been selling twenty degrees years about like I think it's like seventy eight. Yeah I wasn't even thinking about that. It's been so long different. All of their. Yeah it's such a mind trip. All your measurements are metric. So yeah we're all natural. Yeah I know and here. A lot of Do a lot of graphic design stuff side dealing inches no centimeters but but do you find that you you're using inches for people that are based in the US obviously and you're using centimeters in such people that are in Canada or other countries. Well I think I think use the metric system and like measurements stuff. Why isn't as much of a difference Compared to like Celsius and Fahrenheit. Trying to get the commune these things that. Yeah yeah good point. I mean we're talking degrees versus Moore. You know inches and sending me but still you know I was just curious but yeah it's been a I've only I if I'm remembering correctly I've only had one Canadian on the podcast before. And that was Steve from. We were sharks very nice. Yeah Yeah not too far. Not Too far from where we call home. That's fun and.

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"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Before we get to that. I want you to hear their latest single Medicaid. So let's take a listen to that real quick eight data been present don got in. Some sock is Sir way the anchor with their latest single Medicaid to that's available everywhere right now on all streaming platforms or available for download as well. They just released that. This last Friday may fifteenth. And we're going to get to my conversation with Andrews Zamora the lead vocalist of way the anchor right now. His Andrew yet. Hey this is Jacques a pop punk and pizza right on dude. No I'm doing well. How About Yourself Governor Jim? Good Yeah it's.

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"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"Eight data been the present ball on June. Got In some sock. Is Sir way the anchor with their latest single Medicaid to that's available everywhere right now on all streaming platforms or available for download as well. They just released that. This last Friday may fifteenth. And we're going to get to my conversation with Andrews Zamora the lead vocalist of way the anchor right now..

"zamora" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"Eight data been the present ball on June. Got In some sock Sir. Way The anchor with their latest single Medicaid to that's available everywhere right now on all streaming platforms or available for download as well. They just released that. This last Friday may fifteenth. And we're going to get to my conversation with Andrews Zamora the lead vocalist of way the anchor right now.

"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Pizza shocked. I just realized that this coming week or this coming Monday. For if you're listening to this show before then is Memorial Day here in the US. And I can't believe how quickly this spring is flying by. And maybe it's because of this pandemic I don't know like some things are going by really quickly and some things going by really slow because of this pandemic it's like hard to figure out what day it is what time it is like right now. I'm recording this on. Tuesday may twentieth or no Wednesday. See I already messed up. It's Wednesday may twentieth. But this is actually being released on Thursday. May Twenty first. So if you are listening to this on the Thursday it's released. I'm going to say happy Friday eve to you. Thank you so much. For downloading this podcast. I know there's a big Jillian podcasts. Out there in the world right now. There's even more that have been created since this pandemic hit and the fact that you chose this one it means the world to me so thank you so much for that. I am Jacques l'amour if he didn't catch it. I'm really excited about today's show because this is only the second time I've had an artist on the podcast that is from Canada now. I've played a lot of different bands music on the podcasts from Canada but I've only interviewed one Canadian before on the show. And that was Steve. The bassist from we were sharks. If you've never listened to we were sharks you gotta check him out if especially if you're like a four year strong fan you'll definitely get Get into We were sharks. But today we're talking to Andhra Zamora of Aban called way the anchor they are actually not too far From we were sharks in where they're based in Canada that is and they just released a brand new single called Medicaid that Was emailed to me by Shana to looters. Pr and the TASHA there at looters for contacting me and sending me this single and the setting up his interview as well because I thoroughly enjoyed the song and thoroughly enjoyed talking to Andrew. It's always cool to talk to different people from other parts of the world and hear what's happening in their country and like we start our conversation off by talking about what temperature it is and he says it's twenty degrees and I say well it's sixty five here and then I realized Oh yeah it's Celsius there in fair in height and here. I've actually felt kind of stupid about that but anyways so that's how we started off our conversation.

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"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"In the US. And I can't believe how quickly this spring is flying by. And maybe it's because of this pandemic I don't know like some things are going by really quickly and some things going by really slow because of this pandemic it's like hard to figure out what day it is what time it is like right now. I'm recording this on. Tuesday may twentieth or no Wednesday. See I already messed up. It's Wednesday may twentieth. But this is actually being released on Thursday. May Twenty first. So if you are listening to this on the Thursday it's released. I'm going to say happy Friday eve to you. Thank you so much. For downloading this podcast. I know there's a big Jillian podcasts. Out there in the world right now. There's even more that have been created since this pandemic hit and the fact that you chose this one it means the world to me so thank you so much for that. I am Jacques l'amour if he didn't catch it. I'm really excited about today's show because this is only the second time I've had an artist on the podcast that is from Canada now. I've played a lot of different bands music on the podcasts from Canada but I've only interviewed one Canadian before on the show. And that was Steve. The bassist from we were sharks. If you've never listened to we were sharks you gotta check him out if especially if you're like a four year strong fan you'll definitely get get into We were sharks. But today we're talking to Andhra Zamora of Aban called way the anchor. They are actually not too far From we were sharks in where they're based in Canada that is and they just released a brand new single called Medicaid that Was emailed to me by Shana to looters. Pr and the Tasha there at looters for contacting me and sending me this single and the setting up his interview as well because I thoroughly enjoyed the song and thoroughly enjoyed talking to Andrew. It's always cool to talk to different people from other parts of the world and hear what's happening in their country and like we start our conversation off by talking about what temperature it is and he says it's twenty degrees and I say well it's sixty five here and then I realized Oh yeah it's Celsius there in fair in height and here. I've actually felt kind of stupid about that but anyways so that's how we started off our conversation.

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"zamora" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"zamora" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"In the US. And I can't believe how quickly this spring is flying by. And maybe it's because of this pandemic I don't know like some things are going by really quickly and some things going by really slow because of this pandemic it's like hard to figure out what day it is what time it is like right now. I'm recording this on. Tuesday may twentieth or no Wednesday. See I already messed up. It's Wednesday may twentieth. But this is actually being released on Thursday. May Twenty first. So if you are listening to this on the Thursday it's released. I'm going to say happy Friday eve to you. Thank you so much. For downloading this podcast. I know there's a big Jillian podcasts. Out there in the world right now. There's even more that have been created since this pandemic hit and the fact that you chose this one it means the world to me so thank you so much for that. I am Jacques l'amour if he didn't catch it. I'm really excited about today's show because this is only the second time I've had an artist on the podcast that is from Canada now. I've played a lot of different bands music on the podcasts from Canada but I've only interviewed one Canadian before on the show. And that was Steve. The bassist from we were sharks. If you've never listened to we were sharks you gotta check him out if especially if you're like a four year strong fan you'll definitely get get into We were sharks. But today we're talking to Andhra Zamora of Aban called way the anchor. They are actually not too far From we were sharks in where they're based in Canada that is and they just released a brand new single called Medicaid that Was emailed to me by Shana to looters. Pr and the Tasha there at looters for contacting me and sending me this single and the setting up his interview as well because I thoroughly enjoyed the song and thoroughly enjoyed talking to Andrew. It's always cool to talk to different people from other parts of the world and hear what's happening in their country and like we start our conversation off by talking about what temperature it is and he says it's twenty degrees and I say well it's sixty five here and then I realized. Oh yeah it's Celsius there in fair in height and here. I've actually felt kind of stupid about that but anyways so that's how we started off our conversation.

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Gerald Stern reads Torn Coat

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

Gerald Stern reads Torn Coat

"This week. We spoke Oke with Gerald Stern in New York City. Stern says he's been writing poetry for thousand years. When people see how old I am? They say are visual writing. Are you kidding technically. It's been eighty three years. He started writing at the age of twelve. The poem torn in coach. which you are about to hear borrows the phrase from Joyce who borrowed the phrase from one of these ups fables? The aunt worked all summer summer saving food. For the winter. The grasshopper lean disalvo spit. Tobacco had a good time came to winter in the aunt had plenty to eat and the grass out for head. Nothing the grasshopper begs is the anti give him food. And the ant says no Joyce's concept in Finnegans wake was a great hct. Hernan will expecting expecting grace to befall him from the grace of God or whoever gives grace so joyce renamed the animal a grace hopper oper. Here's Gerald Stern reading. The poem torn coat recorded his to have forgotten the torn coat of Vicky Zamora Korea from Puccini's La. boheme enter. Remember the other coats for Mao Torre on down and look what it is to give your own code away three times now and to walk shivering in three different countries countries of tears. The opportunity in tears for a horse all bone on hillside without a blanket in him laughing at me because there were no tears left for freezing grace hct. I don't know how to explain this but sometimes reading poems that come in a word just leaps out at you and Dan you never for you now. You never forget the word but you never forget where you I sort of thought about it and and I think most people not to give things away or says them terribly of the but when you get to the end of the home in you see grace hopper as a word you think it's Typo in thank. Thank my colleagues here kept querying. Let's racer but when I saw it I just the Joyce didn't come to mind. I'll be honest but I knew I knew. A grace hopper is a perfect thing to have come into existence if it isn't already there and so you know the poem had me with the very last word I mean what comes before is lovely and I'm very fond of this palm but I think it had be at grace oper. Yes in. It's a great gift. That a poem can give you a a word or a phrase that just sort of lodges itself and there's you know I'll be looking around wherever I go now for Grace Sir grace home and I and I think one or two. Yes yeah it does it. It really startles you sort of at that ending. Yeah it makes you just make your way all the way up the palm again and just looking to how we got there. It's a one-sentence in this poem. It's it's really moving and turning towards that culmination and man. There's so many coats in the wrong and I ages started thinking about all the coats that we know. I mean not only the ones that are listed here like the Puccini coat but Josephine is many colored coat. And even you know Yates's code and I made my song. Coat covered with embroideries out evolve mythologies it's like that's part of what's going on in this poem as well but it also seems to me it's taking some of of these coats out of their mythological mantles an into this moment of generosity. Right look what it is is to give your own code away three times now and to walk shivering in three different countries. And I think it's just so hard to talk about an act of kindness like that without it being a sort of shall we say virtue signaling or something like that and one of the one of the ways that this poem really distances itself from. That seems to me as using the you rather than the I if we assume that maybe the I actually did these things. And and also that repetition of look what it is you know look what it is to have forgotten the torn code in the Puccini Opera. And look what it is to give your our own code away. And there's a kind of parallelism about that in which forgetting in giving away seem to be laterally positioned there there and I really appreciated that about this poem. Because it's it's about so much I mean it's about the presence and sort of symbolic mobility of some of these coats in poetry and in the Old Testament and in you know sort of their all of these again all of these codes but then also there. Are these acts of kindness. That can happen as we're told three times now and speaker of the poem doesn't really fully say that he in this case gave his coat away but just look what it is to give your own code away so it becomes. The coat becomes transformed into something that can actually help to warm a real living person Jason or a horse who was all bones on hillside without a blanket. I love the way this poem made all of that happen. It's a short poem home. And the texture of it is very complex complexly woven the title of course is torn coat and yet when you get through that part about that tears. Here's for the opportunity tears for horse. It's sort of tears. Tears happening somehow there and when you think of torn born coat you're liable to think of a coat that's been in use for a long time or as experienced like its owner Sir hardships. You know it's torn and there's sort of an interesting interesting kind of thing that happens when you realize that you've been describing. The poem is about. It's about many things but if you give your own code oh two way then you go back to is like was it torn off. You know you you gave it away. What kind of coat was it? Well it could be any kind of co because there are so many precedents. Yes yes as a as a kind of covering is very eerie. Because you have to think about so many in different kinds of things simultaneously. You have to think about all these coats you have to think about. You know most people are capable of generosity. One if you give a code away you might do that once Twice three times. That's a Lotta coat giving away that's right and it's it's like at the same time the landscape in which this occurs sort of move salon from like the kind of culture urban world of the the opera to mount hor on down all the way down. And then you're left with this horse all bone on a hillside in you have to think about the freezing Graham because ultimately if you encounter a freezing grace hopper can you give it a coat. What is the right coat for freezing grace hopper so there are many gifts given their eater in this palm but most of them are kind of questions that have no oh answers you sort of have to peel off meaning for yourself the way? The poem describes peeling off

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Harvard study: Heat slows down the brain by 13%

Larry Kudlow

01:51 min | 4 years ago

Harvard study: Heat slows down the brain by 13%

"That's all too unit we need all we can get on dallas pd senior corporal demarcus black police looking for a white four door sedan seen leaving that area with three suspects after the shooting again the thirty five hundred block of monger avenue cruelty charges filed against to dallas county residents accused of dumping abused puppies roadside in southeast dallas county the spca zamora davies tells us camera footage of the crime led them to question the puppies owner link between animal cruelty and human violence the animal cruelty did not exist in a vacuum in some cases you will see also abuse domestic violence but that's elder abuse other crimes associated davies warns would be animal dumpers deal between animal groups in texas law enforcement will result in charges arlington voters may get a say in term limits for city council and mayoral positions voters have submitted more than eleven thousand signatures to get that on the ballot this november arlington is really behind when it comes to this issue there are twelve cities right here in north texas that already have term limits in their charter zach maxwell leads the term limits movement and publishes the arlington voice signatures now going through validation new study says hot temperatures make it harder to think straight heat makes a stupid a new study from harvard has discovered that the human brain works thirteen percent slower enforced work in extreme heat according to published reports researchers studied forty four college students during a heatwave half of them lived in apartments without air conditioning when given math and memory tests the students who lived in nice cool apartments performed thirteen percent better than their counterparts or maybe they were just smarter to begin with and that's why they have air conditioning i'm dave williams well apparently we're going to get very stupid as he builds this week to temperatures we haven't seen in a while one.

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Boston Marathon, other races say trans women can compete as women

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Boston Marathon, other races say trans women can compete as women

"In boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now this just into the wbz newsroom some free courtroom drama at the bill cosby retrial and pennsylvania a topless protester has just been taken away in handcuffs after she charged at cosby as he walked into the courthouse for a sexual assault retrial the woman jumped over a barricade by police were quick to stop her reports are cosby seems startled but he was not her russia and the syrian military blame israel for predom missile attack on an airbase in central syria fourteen people were reportedly killed and today facebook will begin alerting users whose private data may have been compromised and the cambridge analytica scandal a noticeable show up on your feet and tidal protecting your information in other news now forty people are injured six of them seriously after charter boss crashed into an overpass on a long island highway details from cbs's zamora green the top of the bus was sheared off in last night's crash the students from different schools were returning from a spring break trip to europe thirty eight students were on board ages sixteen to eighteen the students and five chaperones were headed from kennedy airport to a high school to be picked up by their parents police say the driver is not from that part of town and did not know about the low overpasses a big change for the boston marathon at least five openly transgender women are running the marathon this year as boston race officials now publicly acknowledged transgender runners can compete using the gender they identify with chief of the boston athletic association tom grill says members of the lgbt community have had a lot to deal with over the years and we'd rather not add to that burden we register people as a specify themselves to be the boston city council holds a public hearing tomorrow on one of the larger proposed hospital mergers massachusetts thirteen hospitals are involved in the deal it would merge beth israel deaconess medical center hospitals the lahey health system new england baptist.

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Doctors use experimental skin spray to help woman heal from flesh-eating bacteria

Mac and Gaydos

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Doctors use experimental skin spray to help woman heal from flesh-eating bacteria

"Time is four zero two i'm becky lynn a case of alleged sexual misconduct with a minor from goodyear teacher twentysevenyearold brittany zamora accused of engaging in sexual activity both on and off campus with her thirteen year old male student the relationship was reported to the loss academy principal last night by the parent of the victim who found texts between the two zamora was taken into custody this morning at hazard ktar news back in january peoria woman was infected with a flesh eating bacteria it's something people rarely survived but miraculously kristen lipinski did being told that my family that they almost lost me was very scary to hear doctors at the mirror copa medical center treated her with an investigational skin spray called resell it's believed that she is the first ever to use the treatment and look at the scars healing so fast it's just miraculous and i feel so blessed that i was able to qualify for resell in less than two weeks she's going home to her husband and three kids and we have to have snuck time they want their snuggle time with their mouth ktar is on education paying for college doesn't have to be scary and daunting a group of educators are.

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