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Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit

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00:46 sec | Last month

Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit

"The International. Space Station Marks Twenty Years in orbit a Monday when the first crew including American. Bill. Shepherd and Russians Sergei Krikalev, and you're a Zenko I moved in on November second of two thousand. The space station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now. Almost, a football field long with a lookout tower and three toilets over the past twenty years two, hundred, forty, one visitors from nineteen countries have floated through the space hatches, including astronauts, construction workers, and several tourists paid their own way. The current crew like the I includes an American and two Russians marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth Kathleen Maloney Fox

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Sticky Hair Monster

Secular Buddhism

05:09 min | 3 months ago

Sticky Hair Monster

"Now let's get started with the podcast episode. So in the last podcast episode, the Zenko on shared is called Joe Shoes. Mu. And I want to share a couple of thoughts about this. The the Cohen itself goes like this Joe Shoe was a famous Chinese and master who lived in Joe Shoe the province from which he took his name one day a troubled monk approached him intending to ask the master for guidance a dog walked by the monk asked Joe Shoe has that dog a Buddha nature or not? The monk had barely completed as question when Josue shouted Mu. So I want to share some thoughts and he starts come from the Book Zenko on's, and this is a book written by Gyo May Kubo say the of all the Cohen's Joe. Shoes Mu is the most famous. It's extremely popular with Zen Masters who frequently assign it to novices if the student tens properly to business mu comes to resemble a hot iron ball stuck in his throat, he can either swallow it nor spit out the importance of shoes mu is it's succinct one syllable revelation of Buddhism. So little background here, and and and again, all of these thoughts come in from the book Zen Cohen's Baio Make Kubo say. He says, Mu, is the negative symbol in Chinese meaning not or no thing Mu. Is also a basic concept in oriental philosophy. There is a relative mu and an absolute mu, the relative mu and Chinese characters is the opposite of you. The letter you which means is the absolute mu of Zen Buddhism transcends is and is not in order to understand this Cohen. It is necessary to be aware of this distinction when the monk asked, Shoshu has that Dog Abboud nature not he was asking not only from the standpoint of his own troubled mind. But from the Basic Buddhist teaching that all beings have Buddha Nature Joe shoe realized this his Mu as an answer was a blow aimed at breaking or untying the monks attachment to that teaching. The essence of Buddha's teaching is non attachment. All human troubles and sufferings without exception are due to attachment even attachment to the idea of non attachment is attachment. Joe Shoe wanted the monk to transcend the relative world transcend the teachings, Transcend Mu, transcend Buddhism, and gain the free and independent world of enlightenment. Satori or enlightenment is this new dimension or perspective in life ordinary human life has always attached to the relative the is and the is not good and bad right and wrong. But life itself is constantly changing the condition of society changes right and wrong often changes. Every situation is different according to time and place. So static concepts are not appropriate to life this thus mu is crucial offers no surface upon which the intellect can fasten. The word mu must be experienced as the world So those are the thoughts from the book Zen Cohen's Baio Make Kubo say regarding the specific Cohen Joe Shoes Mu. And I I wanted to share this. Cohen because as the book mentions, it's most popular, perhaps the most famous of the Cohen's. But to have a little bit of background, you need to understand the answer. So essentially, what's happening here is you have a teacher who's being asked a question by a student by a novice monk and the question is so out of place because. You know the Buddhist teaching of Buddha nature is that all beings have buddha nature. So it's like someone coming law coming along and asking a very obvious question which he should know the answer to according to the teaching that all beings have Buddha nature. The answer to the question does a dog have Buddha nature is obviously yes. But josue knew that he was asking this question that should be obvious. So instead of giving the obvious answer, he gave the answer that the monk was not expecting by shouting Moo or no, or no thing. And in the tradition of Cohen's and in the tradition of Zan, this is kind of the shock and all approach the shock and awe is that that's not what I was expecting. So here you have this novice monk asking a question, get an answer that he's not expecting. And it leaves him confused and that's the exact state that Cohen's and oftentimes Zen in general want to leave you in because it's trying to break you free of the conceptualization 's that you're making in your own mind.

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"zenko" Discussed on Secular Buddhism

Secular Buddhism

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"zenko" Discussed on Secular Buddhism

"So before we jump into the podcast episode for today, I want to share a few thoughts about the Zenko on that shared at the end of the last podcast episode, so the Zenko on a shared goes like this once Matsu, and pay Chang were walking along, and they saw some wild ducks fly by. What is that? The master asked wild ducks by Chang replied with. Have they gone? They flown away Pie Chang, said the master then twisted. And when Pyeongchang cried out in pain Matsu said, when have they ever flown away? Now this is a fun another fun Zenko on. In that it does. The same thing must zen Koan presents with a little story and kind of leaves. You thinking like <hes>. What is that all about? So I wanted to share some of the thoughts that were shared in our Patriot community. and. We discussed the Zenko on their anytime. That <hes> I share a on in the podcast episode. So this I thought comes from Denise, says quote pay, Chang says the ducks have flown away, but if you could ask the ducks. They probably don't think they've flown away. They might think they were on their way to finally arrive somewhere. This on is to me a reminder that it is important not to hold our views to strong. My view might be very different from another person's view on the exact same matter, and we might very well be equally right or equally wrong. Just like Pie Chang thinking the ducks are flying away and the ducks thinking. They're actually on their way to arrive close quote. Mo- kind of expands a little on this to most says quote <hes>. This Cohen made me wonder what we mean when we say gone. When is something here? And when something gone in actuality, there is no clear line between the two, and nothing is ever truly gone, and the same way that it is never truly here. Because of the nature of interdependence. The ducks may seem to be gone, but if you ask yourself, what is doc you start to realize? There is no such thing as an individual duck that is independent and separate from the rest of the world. It is by nature dependent on the causes and conditions of everything around it. That I think of this, Cohen leads me to the becoming nobody episode like I am nobody. The duck is also nothing, and it has never gone because from one point of view, it was never here and from another. It is always here close quote. I enjoyed those thoughts I mo.. A noose. Gus says quote. When I first heard this Cohen, I, imagine a state where the ducks are flying, but not going anywhere and then started thinking what is flying then if it's not going? For example transitioning to another place in my mind, I could still see ducks flying, but not necessarily going anywhere a state of flying or a state of movement, but not gone yet and not away yet. And then landed on a final thought. Well, who is doing the go in? And I wondered if it was Pyeongchang Chang because he was the one projecting the idea of. They're going their departure. All of this reminds me of how we impose our interpretation on events that happen and how we get so caught up in things that haven't happened yet or will happen at all close quote. And, then the final show the thoughts I. WanNa share with you. Come from. Robert, who says quote? Ducks fly south for the winter and flying north in the summer, so Pyeongchang may have assumed that they were flying away somewhere as they do. Depending on the season, the master may have been trying to get. Pie Chang to relate duck migration with our thought migration. When we sit to meditate our thoughts, come and go away depending on the season of our life that day or moment our thoughts may be with us or away from US and winter. Our thoughts are away, and we know not. Where in summer we have. Our thoughts focused on our breathing. Close quote. And I really enjoyed. Everyone's thoughts <hes> their interpretation and analysis of the specific Zenko on.

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Emotional Enlightenment

Secular Buddhism

04:20 min | 5 months ago

Emotional Enlightenment

"So before we jump into the podcast episode for today, I want to share a few thoughts about the Zenko on that shared at the end of the last podcast episode, so the Zenko on a shared goes like this once Matsu, and pay Chang were walking along, and they saw some wild ducks fly by. What is that? The master asked wild ducks by Chang replied with. Have they gone? They flown away Pie Chang, said the master then twisted. And when Pyeongchang cried out in pain Matsu said, when have they ever flown away? Now this is a fun another fun Zenko on. In that it does. The same thing must zen Koan presents with a little story and kind of leaves. You thinking like What is that all about? So I wanted to share some of the thoughts that were shared in our Patriot community. and. We discussed the Zenko on their anytime. That I share a on in the podcast episode. So this I thought comes from Denise, says quote pay, Chang says the ducks have flown away, but if you could ask the ducks. They probably don't think they've flown away. They might think they were on their way to finally arrive somewhere. This on is to me a reminder that it is important not to hold our views to strong. My view might be very different from another person's view on the exact same matter, and we might very well be equally right or equally wrong. Just like Pie Chang thinking the ducks are flying away and the ducks thinking. They're actually on their way to arrive close quote. Mo- kind of expands a little on this to most says quote This Cohen made me wonder what we mean when we say gone. When is something here? And when something gone in actuality, there is no clear line between the two, and nothing is ever truly gone, and the same way that it is never truly here. Because of the nature of interdependence. The ducks may seem to be gone, but if you ask yourself, what is doc you start to realize? There is no such thing as an individual duck that is independent and separate from the rest of the world. It is by nature dependent on the causes and conditions of everything around it. That I think of this, Cohen leads me to the becoming nobody episode like I am nobody. The duck is also nothing, and it has never gone because from one point of view, it was never here and from another. It is always here close quote. I enjoyed those thoughts I mo.. A noose. Gus says quote. When I first heard this Cohen, I, imagine a state where the ducks are flying, but not going anywhere and then started thinking what is flying then if it's not going? For example transitioning to another place in my mind, I could still see ducks flying, but not necessarily going anywhere a state of flying or a state of movement, but not gone yet and not away yet. And then landed on a final thought. Well, who is doing the go in? And I wondered if it was Pyeongchang Chang because he was the one projecting the idea of. They're going their departure. All of this reminds me of how we impose our interpretation on events that happen and how we get so caught up in things that haven't happened yet or will happen at all close quote. And, then the final show the thoughts I. WanNa share with you. Come from. Robert, who says quote? Ducks fly south for the winter and flying north in the summer, so Pyeongchang may have assumed that they were flying away somewhere as they do. Depending on the season, the master may have been trying to get. Pie Chang to relate duck migration with our thought migration. When we sit to meditate our thoughts, come and go away depending on the season of our life that day or moment our thoughts may be with us or away from US and winter. Our thoughts are away, and we know not. Where in summer we have. Our thoughts focused on our breathing. Close quote. And I really enjoyed. Everyone's thoughts their interpretation and analysis of the specific Zenko on.

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Five Daily Life Guidelines

Secular Buddhism

05:03 min | 6 months ago

Five Daily Life Guidelines

"Before jumping into the topic for today's podcast episode I want to talk about the Zenko on that I shared in the last podcast episode. So the Cohen says when the many are reduced to one to what is the one reduced? I WANNA share some of the thoughts that come from some of the community members on patron, regarding this co on, so the first one comes from Lauren says to me. This week's Co on made me think of the interdependent nature of reality. I also thought about the often used car analogy, if you are taking a car apart piece by piece, when does it stop becoming a car? The many car parts are often reduced to the concept of a car in our minds. But the reality is that each component is unique and into interdependent with all things. So I think it's a lesson to remind ourselves that every concept we have of a physical thing or an idea is made up of sub components, and those are made up of sub components, and so on this is so we can be mindful of what it took for this thing this concept this moment to arise, so we may act more skillfully by having right view in the world. Close quote. Morella says I really like this on as it makes me think about the concepts of oneness, interconnectedness and non-self all in one sentence, if the sense of separation between South and other disappears than there is no one left at least not in the same way as before, the many were reduced to one. This doesn't mean that the one is reduced to nothing, but rather that the one has become the many close quote. And then Matt says I am reminded of the story of the blind men and the elephant in this situation, reducing the number of blind man would reduce our understanding of the elephant. I really love this Cohen. It also made me think of how a forest benefits from a diversity of species, a reduction of species makes the forest less able to cope with change. I think humanity is learning this from the Internet. We can become trapped in thought bubbles on the Internet reducing the views that we are exposed to makes us more vulnerable close quote. A enjoyed the thoughts that were shared on the Patriot. Community specifically these by Lauren Morella Hand Matt and I wanted to share some of my own thoughts, regarding this specific, Cohen I agree with with what was shared where the invitation of the Co on his to see the interdependent nature of things, and what's fascinating to me when we when we start to think about this in terms of the one in the many, if you think about it in terms of a line that goes up or a line, the goes down, you end up at the same place, which is the point of uncertainty in the point of not knowing so if I were take the car as the analogy. Car is a concept. It's an idea and yet it's a thing it's real and yet I could reduce it to all of its parts and end up with another concept for example an engine right the engine of the car. Now it's not the car. It's the engine, but you do the same they're. The engine reduced that to its parts Oh. will now I have piston and all these other parts of an engine you take the piston reduce it to its parts, and at some point you go all the way down to the lowest known particles that we know of. And then what are those made of and you're still left with wheel? We don't know we just know as far as we can go. There's this I think its quirks right quarks quirks but you get to that will what are those? What are those made? Is there anything smaller and again the answer would be? We don't know at least for now. But if you go up the line, it's the same thing or many states make a country. Many countries make a continent. Many continents make the planet. Many planets make the solar system. Many solar systems make a galaxy many galaxies and you go up up up up until you say okay. We've got the universe and the universe is expanding now you can go into the theoretical explanations beyond that, but if it's a multi verse, what if it's string bubbles you know the the various explanations of what there could be with multi verse theory you end up at the same place, which is, we don't know. Know and I think it's kind of fun to think about that. In terms of this co on with the the many and the one what you have is again the many and the one the one in the many many and the one. It depends how you WanNa, define it right. Many states make up one

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Five Daily Life Guidelines

Secular Buddhism

04:07 min | 6 months ago

Five Daily Life Guidelines

"Before jumping into the topic for today's podcast episode I want to talk about the Zenko on that I shared in the last podcast episode. So the Cohen says when the many are reduced to one to what is the one reduced? I WANNA share some of the thoughts that come from some of the community members on patron, regarding this co on, so the first one comes from Lauren says to me. This week's Co on made me think of the interdependent nature of reality. I also thought about the often used car analogy, if you are taking a car apart piece by piece, when does it stop becoming a car? The many car parts are often reduced to the concept of a car in our minds. But the reality is that each component is unique and into interdependent with all things. So I think it's a lesson to remind ourselves that every concept we have of a physical thing or an idea is made up of sub components, and those are made up of sub components, and so on this is so we can be mindful of what it took for this thing this concept this moment to arise, so we may act more skillfully by having right view in the world. Close quote. Morella says I really like this on as it makes me think about the concepts of oneness, interconnectedness and non-self all in one sentence, if the sense of separation between South and other disappears than there is no one left at least not in the same way as before, the many were reduced to one. This doesn't mean that the one is reduced to nothing, but rather that the one has become the many close quote. And then Matt says I am reminded of the story of the blind men and the elephant in this situation, reducing the number of blind man would reduce our understanding of the elephant. I really love this Cohen. It also made me think of how a forest benefits from a diversity of species, a reduction of species makes the forest less able to cope with change. I think humanity is learning this from the Internet. We can become trapped in thought bubbles on the Internet reducing the views that we are exposed to makes us more vulnerable close quote. A enjoyed the thoughts that were shared on the Patriot. Community specifically these by Lauren Morella Hand Matt and I wanted to share some of my own thoughts, regarding this specific, Cohen I agree with with what was shared where the invitation of the Co on his to see the interdependent nature of things, and what's fascinating to me when we when we start to think about this in terms of the one in the many, if you think about it in terms of a line that goes up or a line, the goes down, you end up at the same place, which is the point of uncertainty in the point of not knowing so if I were take the car as the analogy. Car is a concept. It's an idea and yet it's a thing it's real and yet I could reduce it to all of its parts and end up with another concept for example an engine right the engine of the car. Now it's not the car. It's the engine, but you do the same they're. The engine reduced that to its parts Oh. will now I have piston and all these other parts of an engine you take the piston reduce it to its parts, and at some point you go all the way down to the lowest known particles that we know of. And then what are those made of and you're still left with wheel? We don't know we just know as far as we can go. There's this I think its quirks right quarks quirks but you get to that will what are those? What are those made? Is there anything smaller and again the answer would be? We don't know

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Nowhere To Hide Nothing To Hold

Secular Buddhism

05:48 min | 7 months ago

Nowhere To Hide Nothing To Hold

"Let's jump into the discussion around the Zenko on that was shared in the last podcast episode. It goes like this elder ting is to lean cheesy master. What is the great meaning of Buddha's teachings lean? She came down from his seat slapped teeing and pushed him away. Team was stunned and stood motionless among nearby said teen. How at that moment teen attained. Great Enlightenment so I want to share a couple of thoughts around this specific on because I think it has a deeper meaning at least for me. It carries a couple of deep lessons. I WANNA share some of the thoughts from the Patriarch podcast community and Share some of the insight that I gained from reading other people's thoughts around this so Ramona said to me when Lynch she came down from his seat slapping and pushing king. He was answering his question of the great meaning of Buddha's teachings which is enduring suffering when the monk nearby assumed he got slapped because he did not bow team became enlightened because in that moment he realized he should invite and bow to the suffering to welcome it. Then give it respect. Perhaps that's the great meaning of Buddha's teaching. I like Ramona's thoughts on this especially the correlation between the answer to the question the great meaning of the Buddhist teachings. We know that the Buddha taught about suffering we know that he taught you know the four noble truths are the truth of satisfactory nece Duca which is often translated to suffering the truth of the cause of unsatisfactory. Nece the truth about the cessation of unsatisfactory. Nece the truth about the path that leads to the cessation of this unsatisfactory. Nece or Duca as it was called so in a nutshell. Yes the if you were to ask someone. What is the meaning of the Buddhist teachings? It's certainly centers. Around this sense of unsatisfactory. We could call it suffering that times and I do think that when we think about it that way it is kind of interesting that this master would come down and give the answer to what is the great meaning by slapping and pushing him away essentially causing team to experience and that moment probably some unsatisfactory nece or some suffering That's fun to think about. A new Ska says quote as others have said I too felt that the being slapped and pushed away as a representation of What we do when we face suffering it works on two levels for me suffering slaps in the face and we push it away but also suffering does the pushing away by interrupting US and separating us from our experience I was also taken by the last piece Why do you not bow? I interpreted that as meaning. The teen didn't bow to the teacher. Not that he should have and that in this act he didn't give reverence to the suffering. Someti- I sometimes wonder about how much time and effort we give to feeling suffering Is it excessive? And what is the right effort? We need to put into truly move past it close quote and I like what Anouchka sharing here as well and the correlation that she brings out with the concept of of of bowing to the suffering. And that's something. I want to discuss a little bit later with with my thoughts around this Cohen. Really quick share matthews thoughts. He says quote my first reaction to this Cohen was to think of how I very often asked questions knowing what I want. The answer to be that is. I'm not hoping to get an answer. But just validation of what I already think. The answer is much like the student who's Cup is two full of tea to get any from the master. Teeing I think did not get the answer he was expecting and the other monk was saying teeing. You ask a question and you got the answer. Why are you not bowing to think the master? It reminded me that I need to be more open to the answers to questions. And also that maybe I do already know the answer. Deep down inside close quote and I enjoy matthews thoughts a lot on this topic The correlation between the story of the Cup being full and certainly the concept of asking questions. Sometimes just to get validation about the answer. We think that we're we already have or that. Were going to get. I think we all do that from time to time And this is a whole different approach right. The he certainly didn't get the answer. He was expecting and ironically. That's what led to his enlightenment at least in this Cohen right so I think there's something to be learned there that often the thing that we're looking for it won't get us the thing that we want but sometimes getting the thing that we weren't expecting can get us the thing that we We were actually after in the first place. That's Kinda fun mental correlation and last. I WANNA share Nancy's thoughts who says quote I see this co on as a role play of the First Noble Truth Life at times will slap you in the face and push you away and instead of bowing and walking away which seems to have been. His common reaction teen paused stood motionless saw and pain for what it was a slap in a push. Nothing more close quote.

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Three Approaches for Doubt and Mistrust

Secular Buddhism

06:41 min | 8 months ago

Three Approaches for Doubt and Mistrust

"And now this jump right into the discussion around the Zenko on that was shared in the last podcast episode. So this Cohen says one day. Chaozhou fell in the snow and called out. Help me help me help me up. Held ME UP. A monk came and lay down beside him. Chow Chu got up and went away. And that's it. That's the Cohen. And I WANNA share first of all some of the thoughts that come from the Patriot community. Because as you know I've mentioned we we have discussions around the podcast in around the Cohen. And I WANNA share some of these thoughts so ellen says quote this is what the Co on makes me think of when experiencing difficulty emotions like grief or depression and your loved ones. Want to help. But there's no way to pull you out of those feelings or make them go away so often. The best way to help is just to be with you. While you're feeling them the feelings can run their course with someone you love by your side until you have the strength to get up on your own close quote and I agree with Allen's assessment here I think oftentimes we try to help someone and our way of helping isn't helpful and other times. You know all we really need to do is be with someone and just by being with them like in this case the monk lays down beside him and that's all it that's all he needed. Chaozhou got up and went away is what it says. Okay Matt says quote I think it is an example of reactivity chow falls and his initial reaction is to panic. He fears that he cannot free himself from the situation. The monk comes in lies beside him to show him that. The situation is not a crisis he too is lying in the snow and did so voluntarily in doing so one can see that there is no emergency lows quote. This is an interesting take on it. I hadn't thought about it from that perspective but I think again with these. Cohen's you know this is a an invitation for you to extract meaning or whatever you're going to get out of it for you and it's Kinda cool. That Matt stalled this. This is kind of a different angle to it that I think is accurate. And a lot of instances in life where we are in a situation and we're thinking how Megan to do this but it's helpful to know that somebody else has been in this situation and they were able to find a way to to cope with it or deal with it then I can too and I know I felt that before and honestly I think a lot of us are feeling this. Now with everything that we're going through with the lockdowns in the With with the covert nineteen. I was telling my wife this the other day how much more difficult it would be to face these uncertainties in terms of jobs and the potential financial repercussions. If if I knew this was just happening to me but somehow by knowing that the whole world is trying to figure out what to do about work in about Income and things like that somehow makes it so much less stressful. Because I know it's not just me. We're all trying to figure it out and that's kind of what Matt is talking about here so I I like that thought. I think there's something there to it. Suzanne says quote this Cohen. Really resonated with me and I was reminded of the key. Idea of Montessori. Education helped me to do it on my on. Chaozhou asks for someone to help him help them up. Which would be quite a passive way of reacting to the present situation like a child asking their parents to do something for them. Instead the monk lies down and shows Chow Chu the passivity of his response. Once having realized this Chaozhou is able to act for himself it up under his own steam and walk away and then she says it it also reminds me of the raft analogy the monk and his compassion are the raft which enables Chow Chu to get up and leave behind the monk. Which is the wrapped? Close quote. It's always fascinating to hear other people's perspectives on these stories. Because we're all in different places in life we've had different experiences in life and we see things from a unique vantage point. And that's what I thought of when I was reading Suzanne's take on this. Like what a cool way to see that again from a perspective that hadn't crossed my mind and the correlations that she's drawing that hadn't crossed my mind and I liked them They make a lot of sense to me and then I wanNA finish with one more with Nancy's thoughts so nancy says quote. This Cohen makes me think about when I have a problem or situation that is troubling me and I turned to a friend or a loved one for help. The best help I have received is when that person simply sits with me and listens close quote and that's getting back to kind of the way Ellen talked about it and what I kind of took from it. Which is that sometimes. The best help is the help. That's just being with someone and not actually trying to help that certainly a lesson. I took away from it and I think sometimes we see this in our own lives that the best way to help someone to just sit and be with them and to not try to help in fact. Oftentimes the trying to help makes the problem worse. I know I've experienced that Both as the receiving on the receiving end of that but also on the other end where. I'm the one who's trying to help and I'm catching myself that my health is not helping him. I don't know if you've experienced that would assume some of you have. You can kind of correlate this also with the concept of teaching people to fish instead of giving fish I've correlated this a little bit with the thought of with my kids like teaching them how to think rather than what to think so. Yeah my mind has gone to a lot of different places with this co on. But at the end of the day I like visualizing Chow Chu Falling in the snow. And calling help me up helped me up. And then among laying there next to him and Chacha just gets up and walks away These little stories can always be unpacked to gain a lot of perspectives and thoughts and teachings and again. There's never a right answer. The point wasn't the answer. The point was what did it make you think of in the process of thinking maybe learned something about yourself. I think that's what's cool about these. Cohen's

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Finding Peace Amidst Chaos

Secular Buddhism

09:19 min | 9 months ago

Finding Peace Amidst Chaos

"So let's jump right into the Zenko on a shared at the end of the last podcast episode. Two monks were arguing about the temple. Flag waving in the wind. One said the flag moves the other said the moves. They argued back and forth but could not agree weaning. The Sixth Patriarch said Gentlemen. It is not the flag that moves. It is not the wind that moves. It is your mind that moves. The two monks were struck with awe. I think this Cohen is very appropriate with the topic of the discussion today and quite honestly with the observations that we make on almost any Argument that you see on social media or in person right in this picture. These two people standing there arguing about whether it's the win that moves or it's the flag that moves and we see that in almost any conversation right two completely different perspectives. Both trying to get the other one to see what the the way the other one perceives it and I shared this on the Patriot group and got some thoughts that I wanted to share from some of the people who are in the group and the first one comes from site who says quote okay so my initial reaction was to argue with monks by thinking the flag and the win the both move why rush to impart my own judgment. We Nang reminded me why my mind moved close quote. I really liked that. I think like site today. It's very common for us to approach this immediately. Have our answer and say like citation said the the flag and the winner both moving data will of course that makes sense because that's how I perceive it but that's the reminder right the right then what happened. It was my mind that moved now. I really liked that. Thank you say and I wanNA share with Stefan shared in the group as well. He said Both monks are seeing the same thing and proceeding it completely differently. Neither is wrong or right. Who Nag noted the sense? They were physically seen since what they were. Seeing was the exact same thing. The only difference was in their perception and therefore they're moving mind was the only variable in this situation close quote and yes again echoing citation said. I think that's that's a really neat way to look at this. That the variable Stefan says is the moving mind and man. Isn't that true in? Almost anything can take almost anything. This is the what's at the heart of the teaching of the six blind men describing the elephant right. You have this thing. That's the same thing in everybody's perceiving that completely differently and that's the that's the situation that we're faced with. There's no way for us to be able to make everyone perceives. Something the same way. Just can't happen and you we all know this. We know this from any news article. Any conversation on social media any and you're going to have to people Come and approach it entirely differently ensures. Sometimes you get someone who uses the same way you do but we've all encountered somebody who see something very differently from how we view it and and that's what was taking place here that's what what This co on teaching. So I WANNA share with. David said David says it seems that this co on touches. Perception and interdependence there is an external world out there and we can only proceed through our senses and ultimately our mind so both monks perceived the same object the same objective reality differently that in the end it is just the way their mind interprets it and this is also related interdependence the flag and the wind are both needed to generate the experience amongst are observing and so is the mind the that observes the phenomenon. I I like what David is expressing their with that concept that of interdependence in this without the wind you don't have the flag moving without the flag moving You don't have wind blowing and that's how all things are right. So seeing the interdependent nature of things in this co- on is a really cool way to interpret it and finally I want to share darlene thoughts. She says Quotes what a fascinating co on. My interpretation is that the flag and the wind are concepts which only exists in our minds. We eventually perceive reality filtered through language or narratives about the world and our nervous systems and mistake these perceptions for unfiltered reality. Therefore the movement is a product of our minds. Close quote and yes. I think that is a common concept that is found in Buddhist teachings which is that the external world that we see exists in our minds in other words. The way I see what's out there has everything to do with what's happening in here and and we tend to think that what's happening here is happening because of what's happening out there and sure that's true to a certain degree but if you're going to recognize that you've got to recognize the reverse. Which is that was happening out. There is interpreted the way we perceive it. Because of what's happening in here and this to me point said Alan Watts concept of the do happening. I think I've mentioned before word. Is this like this constant interplay between the doing and the happening and things are happening so that causes the doing and because things are being done that causes things to be happening. So everything's just that balance of the do happening and that to me is what Darlene is kind of explaining here where the way the mind perceives affects what we perceive what we're perceiving makes the mind perceive in a certain way in the end they play on each other constantly happening that way. Now I WANNA share some of my thoughts around the same teaching and then correlate this with the topic of the podcast episode for this week so the idea of finding peace amid chaos. I think this is good timing Like I mentioned the last podcast episode the whole world for the most part. We're all experiencing a very similar experience right now. This is why you need at least in in modern times that were were all sharing a very similar experience. That's unfolding similarly for people all over the world the intensity and the scale is different based on where you are but it seems like there's no part of the world now that's untouched by the corona virus and the spread of this Kobe. Nineteen earlier this week. I was asked to share some of my thoughts regarding how we can find peace amidst chaos considering that again. We're all in this chaotic time. And I wanted to share the audio of my response to that question because I think that fits in well with Cohen and and with the concept of moving mind. Here's the audio of the response that I shared with regards to the question. How do we find peace in the midst of chaos? I WANNA share some thoughts regarding the idea of finding peace in the midst of chaos in the midst of the situation that we're going through with this corona virus and the thoughts. I WANNA share pertain to the idea of wanting to find peace in the midst of chaos. I think The very fact that we're looking for peace in the midst of chaos sets us up with the mindset of trying to avoid discomfort and oftentimes are discomfort arises because we're trying to not Experience any discomfort and the truth. Is that at times. Life is uncomfortable and as we're all experiencing now sometimes it's very uncomfortable and the fear that arises out of uncertainty is real the discomfort that arises from the break in our ordinary routine. It's real because we're creatures of habit. We're social creatures when we can't socialize the way that we're used to that creates anxiety and wanting to not feel that discomfort only aggravates the discomfort so the thought. I wanted to share around. The idea of looking for peace in the midst of chaos would be to perhaps look inward into reflect on. Where does that need for peace? Come from in the first place. Why am I not resilient to The discomforts that arise in life in other words. Can I become more comfortable with discomfort? And I think that's a good place to start with when we're looking inward because the truth is we can't control what's happening outside of

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There Is Nothing I Dislike

Secular Buddhism

07:34 min | 9 months ago

There Is Nothing I Dislike

"Before jumping into the podcast topic for today. I want to discuss and share some thoughts around the Zenko on that I shared in the last podcast episode. And this is the Cohen goes like this lean. He said there is nothing I dislike now. I'm I mentioned in the previous podcast episode. This is one of those lifetime co onset. You could really work with us for for the rest of your life constantly analyzing and asking yourself. How is that possible to to reach a state where there's nothing that I dislike and like I said I I like this co on a lot and I like to revisited? Think about it often. I WANNA share some of my thoughts around it. I I want to share some of the thoughts that were shared in our discussion group so on the Patriot community for the podcast we have discussions around the podcast episodes around the Zen coonskin and many other things but these are some of the thoughts that came out of the discussion around this specific Cohen. So Christina said open quote there are parts of me ego states that disliked things and suffer from these emotions but I the IM parentheses can choose to access other parts ego states. That will help me find inner peace about these things through. Mindfulness and meditation through choosing I can think enact more skillfully despite disliking the person or situation and then she goes on to say it's also fun to think. There's nothing I like. You can play with this and ask yourself. Are there also times when I don't even like the things that people I almost always like? Who am I in those moments close quote and I really like what Christina shares here I like that. She's showing the other side of the same coin. If I'm going to say there's nothing I dislike. The similar analysis would work say there is nothing I like and I think that's accurate when we when we'd really start to break this down and that's another fun way to work with it when you find yourself a person or a situation that you really do like to ask yourself well Do I really like what part of me likes this person in the same way that we do with things that we dislike now. Bob Shares a slightly different thought. Here he says so. This Cohen amuses me since my current focus seems to be observing. How often I arises within me. This Cohen reminds me that disliking is not possible when there is no I close quote and I think that's one of the powerful parts of this Cohen for me is the recognition of who is the I in the statement. There's nothing I dislike and when I understand or have more. Skillful contact context around this. I that supposedly goes around liking and disliking things than yes. I suddenly discovered there is no I to be disliking anything and in that sense. There's nothing I dislike is accurate because there is no I I I like that interpretation. Morella shares this. She says open quote the Cohen. Made me think about equanimity and non attachment. There's nothing I dislike. When I observe without getting attached it is an invitation to look inward and investigate. Why am disliking something or someone? I usually find that the reason I dislike something or someone is because of cravings versions or fear and I love the idea of using the CO as a reminder to look deeply into the causes of my dislikes and work with my cravings versions close quote and yes I really like what Morella is bringing up here which is what I try to mentioned with all of this right. This is always an invitation to look inward and to find the reason why we dislike something or someone rather than focusing on on the dislike or even the like as if it was this thing that is not that has nothing to do me and I think that's where we get stuck. Sometimes we treat things like if there's something that I don't like it has everything to do with the thing I don't like and doesn't have much to do with me when in reality if there's something I dislike it's me that's doing the disliking so it's it's about looking in and finding that what. What part of me doesn't what I'm experiencing this person that I'm with and for me. My thoughts regarding this Cohen. I really like investigating the I in terms of impermanent send interdependence again this notion of when I can see through the illusion of there being a permanent or independent me that exists going around this world and liking things are disliking things when I start to see myself in the context of impermanent bean impermanent and being interdependent in other words the impermanent me is the me that one day. I like this another day. I don't the interdependent me. Is that under this set of circumstances. I like this under this other set of circumstances. I don't like it and when I recognize that that gives me a a big sense of freedom because I can recognize I may dislike this thing now but in another place or in another time I might like it and also from another vantage point. You may like this and I may not like this and if I were you I would liken and dislike all the same things that you like and dislike. I think. Sometimes that's hard for us to really understand because we really do have this tendency of thinking that the way we go about experiencing life is the most accurate way to a certain degree it is. It's not that it's the most accurate it's that it's the only one that makes sense because we've only ever experienced life from one vantage point the one that we're in right now in this present moment and it's really hard to put myself in someone else's shoes maybe to some degree. If I could say well I've been there before so I can see why you view this this way or that way. Or why you like this or dislike that because they've been where you are that's a little bit easier. But that's still an incomplete picture because I've never been where you are right now where you are right right now as there were. I am right now is here and those are not the same place. They can never be the same place. I can only ever be where I am here. And now therefore my perspective and my interpretation of reality is unique. It's mine it's it's the only one that I'm capable of of experiencing and to me that's really helpful to know because I can take your interpretation of reality and when you give me a description of your likes and dislikes. I can at least understand that. Wow for you that must make perfect sense because my picture of reality makes perfect sense to me and there. I think there's wisdom to be had in simply recognizing and acknowledging that well if I were you and I was in your place in time with every single set of circumstances in causes conditions. That have allowed you to be who you are right here right now. I would probably be doing and saying and thinking the exact things that you say in thinking do

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Just Enough To Be Dangerous

Secular Buddhism

09:58 min | 10 months ago

Just Enough To Be Dangerous

"So let's start out about the Zenko on from last week's podcast episode so this Cohen is called announcement and it goes was like this tons on route. Sixty postal cards on the last day of his life and asks independent to mail them then he passed away. The cards words read. I am departing from this world. This is my last announcement tons on July twenty seventh eighteen ninety two. This is an interesting one. I picked it because it's a little different than than most of the Cohen said. I've shared before and for me. The very first thing to come to mind is what would I be doing with the time I had on my last day. Would I be writing sixty postal cards on the last stay of my life and asked him to be mailed out the other thing that stood out to me was all his says is MD party from this world. And this is my last announcement name Amo date and to magic writing him writing this sixty times. It was comical to me when I read it at an part of why it was comical. Oh because I don't know why someone would do that. I don't know if there are cultural understandings of this. That don't make makes sense to me because of where when I was raised versus you know where where and when the story arose. I don't know but I thought thought it was interesting to share some of the thoughts that came from this in the Patriots Group and the discussion. That was going on in there so I WANNA share a couple of of these because I hadn't really thought about it this way. The first thought comes from Nancy. Who says I'd like to comment about the Zenko on announcement and then she goes on to say? Wow to come to the end of your life like tons on. This Cohen spoke to me about living a life with no regrets in making the preparations for your death. Then she goes on to say took a course a few years ago following Stephen Levine's book a year to live. We met monthly and prepared for our death. As though we were all given the news that we had a year to live. It was a tough journey to go through but helped me to see what I was resisting. In this truth that we all die by the result from this personal study was a greater appreciation for the life. I have now and more at peace with death as I believe tons John was now. That's an aspect of this that I haven't thought about. She was impressed with the preparation that went into Tons Zahn preparing for his death because most of us don't prepare for it right at it comes as a surprise and the only way we would prepare for it as we. We happen to have a terminal illness or something that really gives us an advanced warning. Then it's coming and I think in a way you know if you can prepare for it you're you're one of the lucky ones. Most people don't get to. They don't get to say their final goodbyes. They don't get to make peace with Parents or siblings or loved ones. They don't don't they. Don't get the chance to go. Check off a few things from their bucket. Lists they just live life thinking that They've got plenty of time and then boom boom they're gone and I hadn't thought about this aspect of it with with tons on if he's writing his His announcements here that he's departing. He's obviously done his preparation. I hadn't thought about it from that perspective that It's it's cool that he had the chance to do his last announcement to be prepared repaired for his death so that to me tells me that he had been thinking about it and perhaps thinking about it often to the point where it's not this scary. You think that it's like oh no. When is it coming? So that's that's kind of a fun way to to think about that. And then the other thought comes from Stefan also in the Patriot group and and he says Tanzanian knew his time was due. He mailed the cards at the appropriate time which was acceptance of his immediate fate. My feeling is that he simply felt his life was complete. Wasn't going to deny death or trying to avoid it here. It is why not embrace it by embracing it. He didn't leave his body. Okay with any suffering. At least over his death and one could hope that if he was so in tuned with his end that he didn't have any suffering left in his life either if this is true and he had no suffering left in his life mailing these cards right before his death could have very well been his moment of realizing enlightenment and now that that's a fun thought again. I hadn't really thought about it from that perspective because I was kind of laughing at the whole concept of of writing the departure announcement you know in our day and age. We see this on facebook from time to time rag where someone says. Hey here's this announcement. I'M GONNA BE LEAVING ACE book and I WanNa make sure all of you. Now that I'm leaving and we we almost laugh at that because it's like okay thank you. And so I- correlated those thoughts when I read this co on thought. There's there's tons on. Hey thanks tons on You're leaving but it hadn't crossed mind that we're not talking about just a departure like death for a Lotta people as a very very big deal and for him. It seemed like I was interpreting it. Like maybe it's not a big deal to like. Hey I'm leaving. Just say now. And here's the announcement that says this is the DAMN MD partying. It wasn't even like let me tell you my final thoughts on this or that it was just a very simple thing and the more I think about this the more uh I realize you know I kinda hope that's how it is for me that If I knew today was my last day you know. I don't know that I would have a whole lot left to say because if I did. Why haven't I been been saying that up until now I? I would like to think that I've been living my life in a way if the end came and it was today or tomorrow they wouldn't be a whole lot that's been left unsaid. The people that I love now that I love them them and and my announcement could be as simple as hey. I'm departing from this world. This is my last announcement and then my name and the date so anyway for me. This Cohen gives me a lot to think about In terms of my life and my preparations from debt for death. And how am I living my life life with the knowledge that it could end at any moment so this was a fun one to explore and to discuss after getting some of the insight from the numbers of the group and Just playing with this a little bit more on in my head. So that's the Zenko on announcement so so now. I want to jump into the topic that I wanted to discuss today. which is just enough to be dangerous now? I think I would assume that many of you have heard this expression of knowing knowing something just enough to be dangerous. I've heard this in the context. Probably most often referring to languages in the in the context of learning two languages. There's this expression that I know just enough to be dangerous. which implies that I know enough that I can start talking in? Someone's going to think that I speak speak the language so then they'll start speaking to me then. I might not understand them because I didn't know as much as I thought that I knew so that that's where I think that expression that's where I hear most in that context of language but I I've thought about this recently because this week or over the weekend my youngest daughter gee-gee four started to learn how to ride a bike and I took the training wheels off for her and then my wife would would stand down on one end of the road and I would stand kind of on the other and we would essentially help Digi get going and then kind of fear ear her off in the direction of the other and the one standing on their would catch her turnaround. We'll do it the same. She was learning to ride the bike. And of course at that age agents. It's a very exciting thing. And as soon as she realizes she can do that wants. She's like okay. Now let me do it alone and it reminded me of how we have this tendency that soon as we start to learn something and we did it once or twice in. It's working out. Of course we think okay good I got it and that's that stage of knowing something just enough to be dangerous in this case I was thinking with concern like. Oh let's let's not let her just just go all out because she may have mastered writing from from my wife to me from me to my wife but what happens when she tries to go up the sidewalk sidewalk or when she tries to turn or you introduce some new variable. And that's the moment when she knew just enough to be dangerous and can follow they get hurt. And I've experienced this another aspects of life as well with teaching people to Paraglider Para Motor. Paragliding is is a difficult sport to get into anyone who knows how to do. It will probably tell you that it looks kind of easy and I think think a lot of people who get into the sport. 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On This Day in History: Igor Gouzenko Defected to Canada

This Day in History Class

04:41 min | 1 year ago

On This Day in History: Igor Gouzenko Defected to Canada

"Was september fifth nineteen forty five soviet viet- cipher clerk eager goozeica left at the soviet embassy in ottawa ontario carrying more than one hundred secret documents during world award to canada and the soviet union became allies. Ottawa was an important site for the g._r._u. Which was the main intelligence directorate of the u._s._s._r.'s general staff whose anka was an intelligence officer working at the headquarters in moscow in nineteen forty three. It was sent to ottawa. His official title was civilian employees of the soviet embassy at ottawa but he was actually a cipher clerk on the staff. After the military attache colonel nikolai voted it was gonzaga's job to deal with transmissions to and from moscow his wife spent lana moved to canada with him a few months after he arrived in ottawa. Zanka was impressed with life in ottawa where or he found that his quality of life was better than it was in the soviet union in canada. There were democratic elections freedom of speech and better better living conditions in comparison life under soviet rule and conditions at the soviet embassy were oppressive. Kuzinca also found out that at the g. argue and the people's commissariat of internal affairs which also led intelligence activities were using the embassy as a headquarters from which they conducted conducted espionage activities against canada. It's about inhabit ordered to keep his firing secret from the soviet ambassador. Georgi zarubin in the soviet union was not simply an ally of canada in nineteen forty four the boat and expectedly told gazeta that he and his wife and his son were being sent back to moscow he had his departure delayed but he knew that the reasons for his dismissal could not be good and and he feared the situation he may return to in moscow disenchanted with the soviet union and attracted to life in canada gazeta began planning his defection he copied or took documents that he believed canadian officials would be interested in on september fifth nineteen forty five five he left the embassy carrying telegrams sent to and received from moscow and many other documents that day and the next he took his these documents and story of soviet espionage to the minister of justice the ottawa journal and the ottawa magistrates court but they turned him away on the night of september six. He and his family hid in a neighbor's apartment. While soviet agents raided his home another a neighbor called the ottawa police who confronted the soviet agents and got them to leave with the help of norman robertson who was the under secretary of state for the department of external affairs kuzinca was taken to the royal canadian mounted police headquarters the next morning for questioning zanka good gave the r._c._m._p. Documents detailing the soviets espionage efforts in canadian government departments and in western atomic research project prime minister mackenzie king was initially hesitant and unsure of gonzaga's motives but just two days after he defected kuzinca anka and his family were given political asylum and put in protective custody where they continued to be questioned. Gonzaga's documents revealed field that there was a large scale system of soviet espionage through which the soviets provided moscow with classified information news of the zenko. Thank affair as it became known went public in early february nineteen forty six a royal commission was called to investigate the accusations which lead lead to the arrest of thirty nine suspects eighteen of those people were convicted in was sent to labor camps in siberia. The soviet government admitted that it obtained certain secret information from canadians but said that the information was useless. The kuzinca affair encouraged distrust of the soviet union and inspired anticommunist intimate in the west. The affair has been credited as an inciting incident. President of the cold war zanka lived under police protection with his family and canada for the rest of his life.

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"zenko" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"zenko" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Presented by Capital One Bank. I'm Steve Kafe in President Trump's claimed executive privilege over documents tied to the US Census. The administration is pushing for a citizenship question, CBS's Steven Portnoy. Do you certian of executive privilege is an effort to block the house oversight committee's investigation into why the administration has pushed to add a citizenship question to the census form newly revealed documents cast doubt on the rationale? The administration offered in arguments before the supreme court, the Justice and commerce departments. See their internal deliberations should be privileged from lawmakers scrutiny. The house may respond by voting to hold the leaders of those departments in contempt and a vote could be taken on that this afternoon. House intelligence committee, chairman Adam Schiff says his panel is determined to find out more about Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election and whether the US is still vulnerable. He opened a hearing today on contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, nothing to correct. Donald. Trump junior told reporters as he arrived today for a closed-door interview with the Senate intelligence committee, a new national poll shows six top democratic candidates winning over President Trump in head to head showdowns CBS, Zenko kief says former vice president Biden has a thirteen point edge Quinnipiac poll suggests that Biden would beat the president in a landslide is advantage over fellow Democrats narrowed, since a similar survey in April, and I were Democrats love the fact that they have so many options, but other people in that line suggested maybe there are too many Democrats running, and it's time for some of them to drop out protest leaders in Hong Kong vow to keep up their demonstrations after clashes with police today that featured tear gas and pepper spray..

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"zenko" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"zenko" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Or here at home, the president of the United States in a former vice president were in Iowa. CBS Zenko kief says it could be a campaign twenty twenty preview. The democrat party has never been angry, this President Trump and vice president Biden at dueling campaign events with Biden swinging hard. Donald trump. I have absolute power. No. You don't don't Trump Trump consciously focused on policy? We just did a wonderful deal on the border with Mexico, the earlier he forecast, what the twenty twenty race could look like I'd rather run against I think Biden than anybody. I think he's the weakest mentally, the focus on Biden is strategic CBS news has learned that polling conducted by the Trump campaign shows, the president trailing the former veep in several key states. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee, vows to move as quickly as possible to get court enforcement of a subpoena against former White House counsel, Don Mcgann New York's Jerry Nadler, commenting after the house passed a resolution that makes it easier to take action against witnesses who defy subpoenas known is above the law, and no one is exempt from congressional subpoenas. We can, and we'll do everything in our power to hold this present administration accountable to the American people. The panel has has to former FBI officials to testify about the counterintelligence implication. Of a Muller report empty seats in a congressional hearing room brought out anger from comedian and advocate. John Stewart who spoke out for the compensation fund for nine eleven first responders did their jobs. With courage, grace to nasty. Humility eighteen years later do yours. CBS.

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"zenko" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"zenko" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"County when a tree crushed their car. The White House says a proposal to send asylum-seekers to sanctuary cities is not an attempted political revenge. CBS's Paula Reed is up White House free days afterward of the idea I surface. The lighthouse insists this idea is still on the table as the president ramps up his attacks on a silence seekers and doubles down his signature campaign promise to restrict illegal immigration ahead of the twenty twenty campaign, but using detainees even the president suggests is political retaliation with face immediate legal challenges ones that would be hard for the administration to surmount a tweet by President Trump showing Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan, Omar and video of the nine eleven attacks prompted her to condemn Mr. Trump CBS Zenko kief says this all began last week when Omar one of the first Muslim women to serve. In congress made comments that some say seemed to minimize nine eleven the president's trying to incite violence against anybody. He's actually speaking out against it. When else press secretary, Sarah Sanders, defended the president's tweet on Sunday, saying the congresswoman has a history of making offensive comments. Democrats were fused to call her out for if she continues to do it. The president will continue to call her out. In a statement house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanded the president take down the video saying hateful and inflammatory rhetoric. Creates real danger and Pelosi is asked for a security review. Omar says she's facing death threats taper fifteenth deadline day to file tax forms press secretary Sarah Sanders on Fox News Sunday vowed Democrats will not get to see President Trump's taxes. Congress particularly not this group of congressmen and women are smart enough to look through the thousands of pages that I would assume that President Trump's taxes will be house committee is giving the IRS till next week to hand over the Trump taxes for. Minutes after the hour. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes? Set up screener questions than zero unqualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com slash higher. This is something California's only one of our local news traffic.

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"zenko" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"zenko" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"But in the same way, you could say colors filling in because color is not a function of light light exists. But it's not colored. So every color that you see couldn't be closer to its literally inside your head projected outward. You are literally culling the world. So if a tree falls in the wooden, no is there to hear it doesn't make a sound. No, it creates energy. But the sound is a constructive your brain. So the tree exists the the the energy exists, but your brain then turns that into something useful, which is sound so soco's what cicadas and how does that relate to this? And. Congratulations by the win answering Zenko supposed to do that. So so cicadas are the power soco's with they demonstrate is that your brains only ever interested in relationships. It's not interesting absolutes. It's interesting contrast and change in fact changes life, and this is both literally metaphorical when things don't change they die you get selected out. So your brain is interesting difference than change. So as you're looking at me, whereas people are looking at this. There is are actually moving they're not wear that they're moving their called microscopes and so causing their consciously unaware of it, but they're constantly moving, and you can actually stop is from moving by you, look at a stable Stein, and you cover one eye, and then you take your finger, and you push you feel your tear duct, and then you push your eyeball to the back of the eye, and then which is happening now, and then slowly the whole world disappears. Oh, my so you just disappeared from me right there. So he's got this. I okay. Okay. And then with this finger feel the two okay? Keep your eye open and then slowly push your your finger back, which is forcing eyeball against the back. Oh god. This is highly uncomfortable. Okay. Yeah. It's sort of just fades it fades away. Yeah. So what's happened your eyes open? Yeah. But you can't see why. Because now there's nothing interesting look at there's no chain. That is okay. I thought he was just cutting off the blood signal. I. Nothing's nothing's changing. So there's nothing interesting to look at you know, it's funny as to do that as a kid, and my mom goes, if you're gonna stay that with your what are you doing, you know, you can't do that? Because I think how fun is this. My I turns off my mom was home. Of course. Horrified. Like, hey, that's probably jury off. Yeah. Yeah. And meanwhile, little did. I know I was just stopping my Microsoft cads what you were doing which is great you were doing famous science experiment, which started many decades ago, and it was asking fundamental question about why do is move. And what happens if you stop them from moving. So by stopping this motion. I'm stopping these little changes from perceived by my brand. That's right. So you could actually stop from moving but keep the world moving and you'll still see how it's not that. You're is stationary. What it is. Is that information coming from the world is stationary? So the brain finds uninteresting you could argue that in a way, it's like, there's nothing you look at right? Of course, the brain's not thinking. That. But it's as if so these metaphorically what we've evolved is defined difference. I mean diversity is fundamental changes fundamental to survival? And this isn't just with our eyes. You gave the example in deviate about certain Asian cultures. Japanese was I think the example, you gave in the language and the letters are in L the end movies and TV are in impolite..

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"zenko" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"zenko" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Oh, no one was hurt. One man's in custody following a police. Chase standoff that closed highway one hundred and he Dina for four hours yesterday. The Saint Paul man was arrested after he was checked for injuries by paramedics police say the man rammed a squad car with his pickup truck near braced in park before taking off the crashed into a ditch. And police say the driver told them he was armed is not known if the man did have a weapon, it appears progress has been made for a new type. Type of road patching material that might take make potholes thing of the past the experimental mix uses tacking tailings and was created by the Minnesota Duluth natural resources research institute. One of its creators says it's like an iron cement, the first few patches made last summer and fall in Duluth held up. Well, during the severe winter weather that hit northeast Minnesota in January and February senior minerals researcher. Larry Zenko says he was satisfied with how the material held up, but vowed to better the patch takes less than an hour to set and the goal is to develop material that won't have to be replaced often. The next step is to make the mix consistent enough for road crews, so they can spread it faster. The current product can only be applied in small batches in can't be put down as fast as road crews shoveling blacktop from the back of a hopper Adam Carter WCTC the post office at new apprai- is being temporarily relocated because the case safety concerns. But the building officials say at environmental specialists will inspect recent remodeling at the basilica. The mail service has been moved to Belle plaine about fourteen miles away from new prig the gopher men's basketball season ended last night with a seventy to fifty loss to Michigan state in the second round of the ended up play tournaments the Spartans dominated from the start with gopher all big ten forward. Jordan Murphy missing most of the game with a back injury. Coach Richard Patino, put Murphy in for one last appearance toward the end of the game in Des Moines Iowa. No that was special for everybody. Very thankful to the fans showed up. They were awesome. I, you know, we just didn't have a whole lot left in the tank, but I have very appreciative of you know, the love that they showed Jordan and those guys a gopher spinach the season with twenty two wins. Fourteen losses and their second NC double A tournament appearance in three years. WCTC news time, seven oh six. We'll take a look at the Sunday weather forecast. After this news talk eight three.

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"zenko" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Welcome back, the old fuddy-duddy the father knows best. What are you? Rob. It wasn't name who was history. Yup. And explain why explain why Michael you think been stuck in the dark ages still sixties, then you you brought up. The idea of someone walking into a game with a glass of wine, and you have a problem with it. Right. I didn't never problem with it. I asked how far we can take it can Jose Calderon if he's inactive for the CAF for the pistons tonight against the Lakers. Can you come in drink sangria? Sure, why not. This is he's an active big like a big MARTINI glass. If you come in or we'll look here. I'm in jinking a forty s. I don't see any basketball night. It's gone. So I don't know the story, but that fashion walk is different than sitting courtside and drinking a glass of wine, drew fat. I mean that glass of wine is a fashion statement as opposed to being hey, I'm gonna get loaded before the game. Do you get it from that perspective? I get it from a lot of perspectives. I'm just curious as to why more players now aren't using this as an open invitation to drink more players, not LeBron James. Yes. I mean, he does does Adam silver all of a sudden have to start saying the entire league. Hey, guys, don't come into the marina drinking alcohol, even if you're not playing, but it's LeBron. So it's cool when it's wine, and he's the first one to do it. I don't know if Lance is out. Can he come in drinking pinochle Lotte? Sure, it wouldn't bother me. If I if he knows he's entered if he's dressed in tropical and a peanut Columbia. Zenko he's dressed like Jimmy Buffett. He's drinking exactly Margarita. Really what's gonna be off? It. It doesn't bother me as a fan to see a guy walk and drinking a Heineken when I know he's engine and not play. No, he's not playing in. There's zero chance at play in the game. Right. It's all good for zingers isn't going to be playing for the rest of this can come in drinking, whatever line not vodka. They've being. Well, as long as he's doing to responsibly vodka, by the way, nobody would know drinking a glass of water as far as. What are you a home in it? Just I. Fashion. We will hall monitor in college. You know, the guy down three oh four was up to. Couldn't come in smoking us a blunt, right? Well, that's the case the rules by the NBA standards. That's why. No, it's not. No. It's not a issue. Don't know why. But they test for cannabis, right? Yeah. So that's that's no problem. If he walked in with the bait. Hiked that Ben hike that Mike we're Control. in trouble. You know, you to be a party guy. Curious. Sounds like your New Year's party one time, and you were three sheets to the to become a father. Ben, you pretty responsible could even pushing fatherhood on me. Yes. Because you'll Mariah coupling. Beautiful. Kid have guys reproduce. Really? Well. Children are not going to be Olympic athletes score forty three points on four gerbils after doing big at the Golden Globes on Sunday. Come into the lobby. I'm like, all right. I first movement of the night. I'm going to see who's who here in Hollywood holding court Clayton Golden Globes. I don't know best actor musical or comedy. Was he in the was he at the after party or in the ceremony at the lobby opened the doors open in the lobbies flooded with everyone was in their coming out was coming you and parties is coming from stairs. And this is news to you. You you. The Goldman enough forty three points against the NATO dribbles. I'm not breaking news. It's kind of all over the social media. Ben Lyons world pages that he's dating a beautiful young actress. Okay. So that was probably what Hayden actress. Oh you. Yeah. Really? Okay. So Michael four dribbles. Yeah. Without the ball. That's all Lulu without the ball. Amazing. Forty three points on four drip directly. You're.

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"zenko" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Steve cave and President Trump promises to sign an executive order to end birthright citizenship for babies born to noncitizens and illegal immigrants ridiculous with the only country in the world where a person comes in has a baby and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States for eighty five years with all of those benefits ridiculous. It's ridiculous. And it has to end he spoke to axios on HBO CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum says what Mr. Trump wants to do challenges the fourteenth amendment to the constitution and executive order can always be an overturned if it's unconstitutional and cannot override the constitution. But it's also true that the supreme court has not yet ruled in the matter of illegal immigrants, Pittsburgh, three days after the synagogue massacre. The first funerals are being held the president and first lady will arrive mid-afternoon. They are scheduled to make two stops at. Pittsburgh one will be to a local hospital to visit those who are recovering from gunshot wounds from the attack the tree of life synagogue, the second stop may well, be the synagogue itself, which has raised the anger of some in the community. And the concern of the mayor who says Mr. Trump should have waited until all of the funerals have concluded to visit Bill Rakoff CBS news, Pittsburgh election days a week away. CBS Zenko kief says there are many Senate races to watch the final days zuri where the democrat Claire mccaskill faces a strong challenge from Republican Josh Holly. He's going to get a lot of help from the president the vice president the coming days Arizona where you have to women democrat. Huston cinema Republican Martha mcsally the third state. We look at Texas. Ted Cruz has the lead Roka's behind but given all the money. He has Democrats say watch what he might be able to do in bringing out new voters in a new report. A conservation group says global wildlife populations have fallen by sixty percent since nineteen seventy Mike Barrett of the World Wildlife Fund says it's unacceptable. Incident response to this crisis is wholly inadequate. And that's why today we're calling for a new global deal for people, and they turned twenty twenty competition with more than thirty thousand signatures calls for Halloween to be moved to the last Saturday in October CBS's Eureka Duncan says supporters believe that switch would make it safer and last longer, according to.

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"zenko" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ten on seven cents w OR six twenty three we have Joe Bartlett in for the. Case thing Michael real I did see that, the president tweeted late last night, that, he got a call from Mark. Burnett, he was the producer of the apprentice. Burnett says. There's no tape. Of, him using the n. word that's. Been the the speculation that there are some out takes the. President's supposedly when he wasn't president used the n. word bar Mark Burnett says no no never happened and Trump said it's not in his vocabulary another live Orosa well can you believe anything she said we'll. Discuss okay so Connecticut lunch ladies this is unbelievable all right these two sisters now new Canaan and that's a that's, a Absolutely the sacs, middle school Sisters JoAnne Pasquarelli and Marie Wilson or they're running the lunchroom and era pilfering the. Money from the cash registers they're saying between. Twenty twelve and twenty seventeen they fill. Nearly half a million dollars that's, a lot? Of, lunch money isn't it, yeah they, would under, report you, know, they go they'd say okay this cash. Register took in twenty bucks it really took in. Fifty eight pocket the difference and some of the some of. The. Registered showed zero cash I mean siphoned off at least. Leave something for the district while they're. Saying yeah. A little sub for them here's a little something for you This went on for five years they're saying. Could go, back as many as fifteen years wow is that unbelievable it's. A pretty profitable lunchroom they got running their a thousand dollars is unbelievable so they they're obviously they, actually hung up there according to the post they hung up their apron in two thousand seventeen when they? Found out that they were under investigation but has that happen had? A couple of how how do you get away with. It for so. Long how do you think. You're going to get away with, it forever I wonder what these. Two sisters do with. The money I don't know that's. A lot of money. That is, a lot of breads but you know what it is it's one, of, these it's it's government public. Agency there there's very little accountability Okay. Fine yeah well we're not make any money that's? Okay well apparently the the cafeteria fund, the separate from the school's operating budget. So this didn't cost programmes for? The school somebody on of done. Some reconciliation, don't you think like every couple of months. So. Let's see how? We're doing it came to. Light with some unconnected accounting question I well they. Were got, and there are people out there who probably think they're going. To go get away with this crap forever well they did quite a while it could go back, fifteen years here's a guy didn't get away with something this is a teacher in Long Island high school? Physics teacher arrested on child pornography charges wow this is really scary? Hundreds of images were found on his Google account his. Cell phone and. His laptop now when you. The suspect old Joseph Zenko right, the teacher at the massapequa high. School married with a. Six year old child and what. The heck is he He thinking wow according to? Thorn in April he uploaded over four, hundred computer files with images of child. Pornography do as Google account and Obviously Google said. Hey something's going on here so they flagged the files and suspended. As account then they, notified the, National Center for missing and exploited children they. Began an investigation rated the guys home and he's under arrest isn't that something. Physics teacher physics teacher faces up to twenty years. In jail this is married guy with a six year old child looking at child porn he needs help well elsewhere on the local front we have a Westchester chiropractor who. Said he was fine, from New York flying back to New York from Palm. Beach with his girlfriend and two daughters is a TSA screener at the. Palm Beach international airport began fondling him a. Guy on, a, guy this is this guy, is named Mark fry sixty one in Westchester chiropractor apparently he began following the guy fondling him Well I've been through this Palm Beach airport Fondled not fondle. That's a pretty fancy airports. It, is nicer I've been through a lot Apparently the. Passenger. Has metal prosthetics in his next. Obviously he's gonna set off the metal ranks there okay so he requested a private, search the worker didn't give a private search the worker according to the New York Post put his hands under, fry, shorts and was roughly. Touching his genitals. For so long that his. Eight-year-old daughter exclaimed. Look they're touching daddy's penis That, is a home run So this is, a bit Hatton federal lawsuit and apparently another traveler also filed a. Complaint on behalf, of him and, he says in the lawsuit they, took away my, child's innocence no place big but he wants it to be. A learning moment. For everyone that's gonna, search these people thoroughly sometimes but fondle fondle fond of looking.

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"zenko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"On child pornography charges the feds arrested forty three year old Joseph Zakho who teaches. In massapequa high school in a diamond charges ankle uploaded over four hundred files. With child porn Google account from his desktop computer Google. Flag the files and notified the National Center. For missing and exploited children, US attorney says a subsequent search found child porn on his cell phone and laptop Zenko has been ordered held, on home. Detention in prohibited from using the internet the teacher is married with a six year old child he faces up. To twenty years in jail if convicted of all charges prosecution is arrested in the Paul. Manafort tax and Bank fraud, trial before resting prosecutors heard from their twenty-seventh witness James Brennan a portfolio, manager at federal savings Bank were Manafort received sixteen million dollars in the. Form of to mortgage loans Brennan testified that. Manafort suggested the terms for the loans for which he filed phony applications he said the loans were Proved by the banks founder and CEO Steven. Caulk who the prosecution alleges was approving the. Loans in exchange for a White House job the defense will now have it's chance to submit evidence and call witnesses correspondent alley Rogan wins, news time. To forty nine President Trump lashing out at former advisor Omarosa manigault Newman after she released audio recording surrounding her. White House exit more from correspondent saga megani I'll the today show another tape of the. President today, after her firing Leaving it all the president's responding on Twitter calling her wacky morose a loser whom people in the White House hated His book. Comes out today a white Florida man who invoked the. State's stand, your ground law and the killing of an unarmed black man is now charged with manslaughter court documents charge Michael. Drake add a history of threatening drivers before he shot, marquees mcglockton a confrontation, over a parking space more from correspondent Victor oquendo Members of the community have called..

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Man charged with manslaughter in "stand your ground" shooting

24 Hour News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Man charged with manslaughter in "stand your ground" shooting

"A white Florida man who invoked the. State's stand, your ground law and the killing of an unarmed black man is now charged with manslaughter court documents charge Michael. Drake add a history of threatening drivers before he shot, marquees mcglockton a confrontation, over a parking space more from correspondent Victor oquendo Members of the community have called.

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"zenko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"And shot an unarmed black man named marquees mcglockton citing the state's. Stand your ground. Law trae claimed it was, self-defense he. Faces charges now, of manslaughter attorney Michelle Rainer represents the. Victim's family we are, very hard by today's tournament. Events Especially in light of the sheriff's refusal to do the right thing initially school teacher on Long Island has been arrested on charges of child pornography the feds say hundreds of images. Were found on his, Google account phone and laptop forty three year old Joseph Zenko is accused of transporting and possession of child pornography Sankoh is married and has a six. Year old child President Trump lashing out at former White House aide who is, out with a new book after eleven days at his New Jersey golfers. Works Trumper turns to Washington which is a buzz as former White House aide. Omarosa manigault Newman promotes a tell all book with TV appearances like this one, on NBC's today show there's, a lot of, very corrupt things that are happening in the White House and I am going to blow the whistle on a lot of this he former contestant on Trump's reality show the apprentice. Also talking up secret recordings she made. In the White House prompting the. President to hit back on Twitter calling her A low life in Washington I'm Karen Jada the prosecution. Rests, in Paul manafort's Bank fraud and tax trial before resting prosecutors heard from. Their twenty-seventh witness James Brennan a portfolio manager at federal savings Bank Manafort received sixteen, million dollars in the. Form of to mortgage loans Brennan testified that Manafort suggested the. Terms for the loans for which he filed phony applications he said the loans were approved by the banks founder and CEO Steven caulk who the prosecution alleges was approving the loans in exchange for. A White House job, the defense will now have it's chance to submit evidence and call witnesses correspondent alley Rogan wins news time ten fifty one from the ram trucks traffic. Center here's.

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"zenko" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on WJR 760

"California wildfires the Manafort trial. I'm Anne Cates, forty five, hundred firefighters continue to battle the car. Fire in northern California which has left six. Dead destroyed more than one thousand homes and. Charred one hundred forty two thousand acres Shasta county sheriff Tombo Zenko says many, families were evacuated we've displaced, nearly forty thousand plus people there's been about thirteen hundred plus, homes that have been destroyed but on the good part we've repopulated many areas, and got people back into their homes as quickly as possible and this has been the largest and most destructive fire in Shasta county history. I believe about the sixth in California the tax and Bank. Fraud trial of former Trump campaign official Paul Manafort resumes Monday correspondent Evan Perez, reports, is, one, time, partner Rick gates. Is, expected to testify next week, he, was given, a, deal with the with the. Special counsel prosecutor is when we expect. That he's going to say That, he was in on this that he helped on that afford change, some of these numbers fake invoices and lie essentially not only to his. Bookkeeper but also to the banks as well as to the IRS I review finds North. Korea appears to still be working on. Its nuclear and missile programs correspondent Paula Hancocks is a panel, within the UN it's made, up of independent experts they give their findings every six months to the sanctions committee. Talking about the progress or lack of with North Korea and Sydney this particular. Report is is fairly damning saying that, there are quote increasingly sophisticated evasion techniques being used by North. Korea when it, comes to, the ship transfer the north Korean Foreign. Minister has shot back at the US over. Its warning to other countries against violating international. Sanctions on Pyongyang saying recent moves by Washington are alarming I'm Ann Cates.

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"zenko" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Thirty minutes, California wildfires, the men afford trial. I'm Anne Cates forty, five hundred firefighters continue to battle the car fire in northern California, which has left six dead destroyed more than one thousand homes and charged. One hundred forty two thousand acres Shasta county sheriff Tombo Zenko says many families were evacuated. We've displaced nearly forty thousand plus people. There's been about thirteen hundred plus homes that have been destroyed, but on the good part, we've repopulated many areas and got people back into their homes as quickly as possible. And this has been the largest and most destructive fire in Shasta county history. I believe about the sixth in California, the tax and Bank fraud trial of former Trump campaign official. Paul Manafort resumes, Monday correspondent, Evan Perez reports is one time partner. Rick gates is expected to testify next week. He was given a deal with the with the special counsel prosecutors. When we expect that he's going to say. That, he was in on this that he helped Paul Manafort change some of these numbers fake invoices and lie essentially not only to his bookkeeper. But also to the banks as well as to the IRS review finds North Korea appears. To still be working on its nuclear. And missile programs correspondent Paula Hancocks sees a panel within the, UN it's made if independent, experts they give their findings every six months to the sanctions committee talking about the. Progress or lack of with North Korea and Sydney this particular report is is. Fairly damning saying that there are quote, increasingly sophisticated evasion techniques being used by North Korea when it. Comes to the, ship to, ship transfer the north Korean Foreign Minister. Has shot back at the US over its. Warning to other countries against violating international sanctions on Jiang saying recent. Moves by Washington are alarming I'm Ann Cates Ever.

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"zenko" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on WJR 760

"Sixty WJR Detroit. Wildfires government shutdown threat I'm Anne Cates tens of thousands of northern California residents remained evacuated as a. Massive wildfire scorch is a region Chester county sheriff Tombo Zenko says the death toll from the car fire has climbed to. Six. Not releasing the area where the most. Recent decision, was found as far as evacuation evacuation notices the sheriff's office. And our allied partners were giving. Notifications ahead of the fire as much as possible this was a very quick moving fire we. Used a number of methods from technologies such as. Reverse nine one one code red and, I paused, systems, and addition to going actually. Door to door President Trump is vowing, to shut down the federal government if Democrats, don't give, him his border wall correspondent Boris Sanchez we've seen before President Trump wants his Border wall by any means. Necessary this is not the first time but he made the threat to shut down the federal government over a. Budget spending on his border wall if you recall, last year we were, in a similar situation. With congress having, to pass continuing resolutions from September all the way to early twenty eighteen. Analysts say a federal government shutdown before the midterm elections could backfire on President Trump if voters blame Republicans who control, congress for the interruption in services the Trump administration says it has met a court order deadline, to bring together children separated from their parents at the border correspondent Caley heart tongue reports hundreds are. Still apart government has been patting itself. On the back over the.

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"zenko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Nine new stress in the relationship between President Trump and his. Former attorney, Michael Cohen. Rudy, Giuliani now saying Cohen may have violated attorney client privileges. With, those audiotapes the president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani telling ABC news by phone that they've ended their joint. Defense agreement another sign of the striking divorce between the two great jeopardy of being, legal bills November covered by the. Trump campaign he's under investigation in the southern district of New York for. Financial, crimes now Giuliani saying the legal team has hired audio experts to analyze secret recordings Cohen made of Trump two months before the election that was Tara Palmeri Reporting as the wildfires rage on. Northern California fear that urban areas are increasingly vulnerable to wildfires fire experts say hotter weather is drying out vegetation fuelling, monstrous blazes in northern California and then. Deadly fire that started. In a rural community has, days later, burned through neighborhoods on the edge of the city of reading that's about. One hundred, miles south. Of, the Oregon border Shasha county sheriff Tombo Zenko said today. That, more than a dozen people, remain missing displaced over thirty eight thousand people as a result of. The fires we've made thousands of notifications for evacuations there is at least five hundred, structures that have been damaged California. Fire ficials say more than ten thousand firefighters are working to stop the. Progress of fourteen large wildfires across the state they say the blazes have killed three firefighters and destroyed more than five hundred structures President Trump has issue You'd an emergency declaration for the state of California allowing counties affected by wildfires. To receive federal assistance Seventy degrees currently in midtown going down to sixty eight, AccuWeather, says mainly clear overnight. Low sixty eight in. Midtown near sixty and the outer. In the suburbs. Sunday sunny to partly cloudy nice with lower humidity, high eighty four wins news time eleven fifty one Ramtruck traffic center here's Rebecca zero starting on the. West side highway a stall blocking the right lane northbound right by one. Hundred twenty fifth street those delays back. Towards ninety five northbound on the FDR heavy delays major delays there is a. Crash right by Seventy-nine heading northbound these delays stretching back towards thirty fourth on the major Deegan. Northbound a record by two hundred. And thirty, those delays stretching back towards four men there is a crash on, the Grand Central Parkway eastbound right by Roosevelt. Avenue two lanes are blocked and you're also dealing with heavy westbound rubber necking. Delays because of, this here's what we see on islands big three moving a lot better on the ally and the northern state Parkway southern states, light, slowdowns right by grand. Avenue here's what you. Need to know about the bridges. And the tunnels You've got slow downs at the George. And that is all due to. Construction right, now the upper level that's around thirty five minutes the lower levels, twenty-five outbound George no problems there I'm Rebecca. Missouri's our next report at twelve.

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"zenko" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on 790 KABC

"With Jillian and John ABC Los Angeles County a Cumulus station for as the massive car fire Char's northern California, Shasta county sheriff Tomba Zenko approximately over a dozen reports of missing persons at this time Those missing. Coursing reports will be will be referred to. The appropriate agency either reading police department or the county sheriff's, office for. Further investigation the wildfire has scorched. Eighty-one thousand acres and thirty eight. Thousand people are under mandatory evacuation orders President Trump's at current lawyer continues to go after one. Time fix her Michael Cohen correspondent Boris Sanchez reports the president has. Remained mostly, mom President Trump is not. Answer directly Washington's, about Michael Cohen's claims nor about that personal private recording he apparently made of a conversation that he had with President. Trump he has however. Tweeted about Michael Cohen at one point suggesting that Cohen could potentially. Be making up stories to get him out of legal troubles connected to his taxi business former Trump, campaign manager Paul Manafort stands trial next week on Bank, fraud and, other charges the search continues for a missing Iowa college student correspondent Andy row across Iowa Friends family and. Volunteers are trying to find Molly. Tibbets the twenty year old university of Iowa student disappeared last week Tibbets was last seen jogging. Along a rural highway near her boyfriend's house she was dog sitting. For him, on, the day of the. Disappearance on Thursday, police said there was no indication that her boyfriend was involved now they're working to identify a suspect benefit concert for. The five capital gazette. Employees killed in an attack in their newsroom last month is underway. In Annapolis Maryland prominent journalists are speaking between the music performances I'm Ann Cates.

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"zenko" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"zenko" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"People are unaccounted for as the massive car fire Char's, northern California, Shasta county sheriff Tomba Zenko. Approximately over a dozen, reports of, missing persons at this time Those missing portion reports will be will be referred to the appropriate. Agency either reading. Police department or the Shasta county sheriff's office for. Further investigation the wildfire has scorched Eighty-one thousand. Acres and thirty eight thousand people are under mandatory evacuation orders, President Trump's. At current lawyer continues to go. After one time fix her Michael. Cohen correspondent Boris Sanchez reports the president has remained mostly mom President Trump is not answered directly. Questions about Michael Collins claims nor about that personal private recording he. Apparently made, of a conversation that he. Had with President, Trump he has however tweeted about Michael Cohen at one point suggesting that Cohen could potentially be making up stories to. Get him out of. Legal troubles connected to his taxi business former Trump campaign manager Paul. Manafort stands trial next week on Bank fraud and other charges the search continues for a missing Iowa college student correspondent Andy row across Iowa Friends family and volunteers. Are trying to find Molly Tibbets. The twenty year old university of Iowa student disappeared last week Tibbets was last seen jogging along. A rural highway near her boyfriend's house she was dog sitting for. Him on, the, day of the disappearance. On Thursday police, said there was no indication that her boyfriend was involved now they're working to identify a suspect a benefit concert for. The five capital gazette. Employees killed in an attack in their newsroom last month is underway. In Annapolis Maryland prominent journalists are speaking between the music performances I'm.

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