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"zinze" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

07:06 min | 3 months ago

"zinze" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Woodley who is a great. Ufc fighter really good. Strike wasn't champion at one point. He was and he lost to jake paul in a split decision so it was. He just didn't get as many strikes in there as jake did. But he's asking for a rematch in jake. Paul said not interested in you and for the longest time. He was interested in conor mcgregor. And he said. I'm not even interested in connor anymore. Because he's like i'm four. No connor is one in three in the past four years. He's nursing injury to yeah so he said i'm not even interested in qatar anymore. You know who i want. I want tim tebow wait. Leave somebody who has nothing to do with bucks may leave that mental yeah. He's tweeted at tim tebow. It's time for you to get into boxing. Tim as of last night had not responded but j. paul he did say after he defeated defeated tyrone last weekend. He said i'm going to retire. Because he got paid two million dollars to fight town woodley they each got two million but before that when he fought been also a former c. fighter. He got paid six hundred ninety thousand so he's making great money doing it he. He's twenty four years old he could retire but But now he's calling out. Tim tebow so we'll see Tweeted and a couple of days so he hasn't responded to that. Now tim tim tebow. I can't imagine him doing this. I mean maybe but he's not. He's not a fighter no. I can't see them doing it but you know stranger things have happened. The the payday is pretty big. Jake paul said he would love to fight mayweather which is a horrible mistake because to your point he has been fighting people. That either aren't trained professional boxers or people that have been out of commission for a while. I want to see him fight. A real and not that he isn't good. I'll i'll give him credit he. He's he's in fighter. Surprised me actually. But yeah he's not fighting actual professional boxers. Exactly i'm going to be a different situation. Bring your stories together here. Only fans should jump in and say. Hey look look at this content. We have jake. Paul tim capable fight. Yeah and then have them do. It could kind of go public. No jeffey no re- brandon to say look see we stream other stuff besides this no no so anyway. That's just a thought for only fans. It's a good thought. Taking run with thought thanksgiving all right. Well hillary thanks for coming in. We'll be looking for you in a few minutes on the On the formulas all right triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also at pat unleashed on twitter. We actually have some good news to share with you today. You remember the antifa teacher that she He he yes. The the antifa teacher was had a flag that we was really proud of again in his classroom. Eighty days to make these kids radicals and every political ideology in my classroom shifts. Leftward over the course of the semester. He's set to be fired. Yeah after Sharing that he's radicalizing his the children in his classroom good thought to be fired. Excellent go to only fans excellent. Show me feet money there. Dude your feet a really good idea. Although i don't really want to see this guy speed the at all serious now and so. Is this a same as the ed. Now there's also the california teacher who removed the. Us flag told students. She couldn't find it writing. I can't find it wink. Wink But i do have a rainbow flag in the classroom and people can pledge allegiance to that. There you go yeah. I think the mistake that these teachers on administrative leave now right is both of them are just bragging in get found out that way right the one guy at the whole foods which i thought it was ironic in of itself. That's that's funny. If you're if you're agreeing to meet a radical tell them hey meet me at the whole foods So he's bragging to that one guy who's Undercover with project veritas and this chick making a video on instagram. Or whatever if they just keep their mouth shut and let the indoctrination happen in their classrooms and nobody ever finds out about them and your kids continue to be brainwashed right right thanks for babbling and by the way there are more teachers Who who have said that. They're going to violate the law to teach critical race theory. Then you can believe. I mean You should look at this list. There is a list now. Daily wire published it with the names and towns of about forty two hundred teachers who have vowed violate laws prohibiting. Crt in the classroom. That's just the ones we know of right. These are just the ones bragging about it. We've said i'm going to violate. I'm i think he signed a petition. and so that's also found. I gotcha okay. It was founded on the dispossession of native americans. Of course the the country was what the teach slavery structural racism and oppression and structural. Racism is finding characteristic of our society. Today we the undersigned. Educators refused to lie to young people about us history and current events regardless of the law. Gosh the pledge was drafted by the zinn education project tells you everything you need to know. This is howard zinze Work who was a marxist was a communist He taught a class in marxism at communist party headquarters in brooklyn. I mean howard. Zinn is a nightmare. It was a nightmare. Parents found the list useful to know what teachers to avoid in their school. Districts though yeah yeah daily wire compiled the list and We have posters. Extensive pat unleashed savannah twitter. And you scroll down a few few posts. You'll find this daily wire post in and yeah it just goes on and on and on. It's in all fifty states right. Yes and there's tons and so you can just look and see if your you know. Your kids. teacher shows up on the list. Like i looked fort worth was in there. I mean everybody. Everybody's on this list. You're probably has at least one teacher that's gonna try to ruin your children forever. I look for it in texas. And it's the they've got teachers who have vowed to do this in all the towns everywhere. So it's all over the place don't think you're exempt live in a conservative state. Legs this or utah or indiana or wyoming because there are teachers in those states who have vowed to go ahead and do it anyway. Here's what here's what you do. You go to pat unleashed on twitter. You find this list. See if your kids teachers on it if bingo they are. I'm sure there's gonna be an open house a pta meeting some sort open. How some First of the year type thing starting right now you show up and and you say hey. Let's talk about you sign in that critical race theory. thing you can teach my.

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"zinze" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:10 min | 6 months ago

"zinze" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Reports a recent data breach of the burger chain. Mcdonald's disclosed the square footage of restaurant play areas. And this is alarming. Those ball pits are thirty feet deep. Who knew whole civilization down there. we talk. Yeah of microbes and disease. We talked to bill bratton earlier in the program. Who was the police chief in los angeles and new york city. And he's gotten baston. He's got a book out about his career. And we talked about the surging crimewave all across america. What to do about it and that sort of thing you can catch it on the podcast at armstrong and getty dot com also though in the conversation and came because i read his Piece in the new york times over the weekend the interviewed him and he's talking about his favorite books one of his all time. Favorite books is and a bunch of people just texted about it. So i'm gonna tell you now. It's called nineteen thirty nine of people's history of the coming of the second world war in what was going on in the world what the attitudes were among various countries of before to start at all. I sounds great. I am scared of anything called people's history because that's what howard zinn zinze infamous. Dangerous has destroyed. America book that so many high schools uses a text book is called a people's history but This one seems so good so far any opportunity to kick howard zinn is is one that must be taken so i appreciate you saying that but the of you into people's attitudes before events and how they were evolved is so interesting because history is always presented as if it were practically inevitable i think was churchill that a wrote that the the how you got to world war one or world war two is more interesting than the event itself. Yes pretty interesting. Yeah yeah well said so. Yeah i'll have to. I'll have to give that to read. That is now in slot one thirty nine of the four hundred fifty books. I've sworn i'm going to read marysville Speaking of of crime in that sort of thing. I just wanted to touch this briefly last weekend was ridiculously bloody at least four major cities reeling from an onslaught of mass shootings over the weekend. Left at least thirty eight people wounded six dead. Police officials alarmed thinking the gun. Violence is a prelude to a bloody summer as the nation emerges from the pandemic which. I'm not sure has anything to do with anything. I mean it's coincident not Causal but police in austin cleveland chicago and savannah georgia all investigating sunday mass shootings. That erupted over six hour streak and again killed six. At least six and thirty eight other people shot which is just spectacular savannah. Chief of police. Roy mentor junior said quote. It's disturbing what we're seeing across the country level of gun violence. All across the country is disturbing and it's senseless baby. A child in a couple of teenagers wounded in that attack. Then they go into the particulars of the shooting in chicago Let's see in austin it was in an entertainment district. A bunch of people shooting each other bubble and then of course because this is from. Abc news the only commentary. About 'cause or what can be done is one thing is clear. Said the governor of our the mayor rather of austin a greater access to firearms does not equal greater public safety. That is the only comment on. How did we get here. Unbelievable one thing is clear. is people having. Guns isn't gonna help. Yeah why do you feel the need to go there. As the perhaps the most bizarre because it's so common assumption in american politics is repeated those who are willing to take a human life risk a life sentence with no parole violate the most sacred law of god and of man of somebody willing to do that will follow gun. Regulations it's an idiotic notion now granted crazy people and felons shouldn't have guns course those are already laws and we should work to enforce them. But there's absolutely nobody. Speaking to a culture of violence a culture of grievance that every grievance is a disaster and must be paid for in blood. Why is nobody talking about the cultural norm. That's the problem. I have multiple firearms to shoot anybody. Not unless they have it common. Which by my standards is virtually nobody. Unless they're threatening my life or my wife's. Why is nobody courageous. Enough to say in much of america particularly black america but certainly not exclusively black america. The attitude is if i am at all aggrieved i get to shoot you and we need the churches and the schools street sweepers into the everybody working on a new way. Nobody wants to talk about that. One more crime related story this is from. Cbs in los angeles residents and business owners are growing frustrated and worrying about the rash of homeless encampment. Fires that have breaking out across southern california. La fire department was talking to cbs. Los angeles and they said every week crews respond to one or two fires at homeless encampments. Oh i'm sorry. I misread that every week. That responding to dozens of fires caused by homeless encampments. Wait a minute. I misread it again. Ladies and gentlemen. La fire department says every day. They're responding to dozens of fires caused by bomb and junkie camps california and. I'm sure you've heard this already. Is tinder dry and about to explode and yet these bombs and junkie said dozens of fires every single day so during the worst drought in state. History have bums on purpose or accidents setting fires every single day. That's just a. That's untenable right. Both property and livelihoods are being impacted by the destruction caused by the fires. One business owner found his downtown property on fire caused more than cost him more than one hundred dollars in merchandise He comments how heartbreaking terrible it is. Here you go. Cbs congratulations on engaging in the political. Correct verbiage that makes you that brands you that the shows you to be enlightened. It's important to note that many people experiencing homelessness do not have access to cell phones so if a fire breaks out they may not have a weight contact authorities. We need to get beyond the wishy. Washy ridiculous people experiencing homelessness thing and recognize what that mayor of aurora colorado discovered. because it's practically universal. I have not heard anybody contradict what he said. Which is that your shelter. people are down and out. maybe they got a habit or whatever drugs or alcohol. But they're trying and they're trying to get back on their feet. The people in the tents. The junky encampments are drug addicts. Who liked to live outside and almost to a person say not moving any damn shelter. And i'm not moving tier super nice housing because he won't let me do drugs. Fu i'd like living outdoors and those are the people setting the fires. The nice people who had one too many medical bills got fired as a cook or whatever and now they can't afford the rent they're not setting any fires there are distinct populations among the homeless and until leaders and media search. Recognize that and talk about an honestly. We're never gonna get anywhere but it california is going to explode in flames and there's a damn good chance it's going to be a junkie fire so we got some good funny stuff gone up next segment in just a moment. I'm going to tell you an interesting economic stat..

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"zinze" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"zinze" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"I'm the master. You must do as i say you know. Don't run your home like a prison where you're the prison guard. You want to run it like an open concept we learn from each other. It brings me back to conversation. I had with another giant in the field of psychology. Barry schwartz handwritten. This book called practical wisdom and he said the same thing that you know. Parenting is the biggest place where you can really gain wisdom because you're your children not you and the differences between multiple children will teach you that you don't just figure it out after parenting once. No no and it's like john cabot zinze most recent book. He's our mindfulness guru. Who brought a mindfulness meditation. And the art of mindfulness the secular aspects of it in from tibetan buddhism and many years ago i had worked with john and when john was first developing his full catastrophe living in as other approaches to mindfulness and his most recent book is unmindful parenting. And it's very good. And so there's a new book by dr baron who also is On mindful parenting. And they all deal with the point that you just made. How open are you to learning from this child and readjusting yourself to have a better parent. Child fit as sandra scar called it back in the eighties. When she was president of the child development society the parent child. Goodness of fit is crucial and were responsible for that. Not the child were the ones who are the adults here. Show realign yourself with the uniqueness of this child and it can be a much better experience and you have much closer relationship with them Then if you try to sand off the rough edges of these children to fit within this mold that you have of perfectionist children which are not gonna get so right. it's it's like alison gothic book. The carpenter versus the gardner. And you just standing off. But we it's more useful to think of yourself as a gardener you're given evolve and you have to figure out what does that boko made. Pasta hundred pension shepherd metaphor. I wish i the gardener. But i'm teaching after about fifteen years now royal. Yeah lots and lots of metaphors to get these ideas. Hard to grasp in a moment especially as you're experiencing it indeed so i hope that that That that works for families but any of these will do and what we suggest is openness to your child and realizing the the importance of your role of shepherd. You're not an engineer. You don't get to redesign us. But shepherds are extremely important for protection for nurturing for health for safety and for stimulating providing great pastures which our children can grow..

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"zinze" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"zinze" Discussed on Cinemavino

"They uploaded everybody you'll still have that jeez. So enjoy. So for this podcast we drink to pretty good randomly selected reds. Yeah. So one of them is the Lower East Surra from Washington's Columbia valley. It is pretty solvable. Spicy read it was actually really spicy came pretty. We had an accent. That was that was nice. Yeah, yeah, it was both red and wet. It's like when the waiter goes by Asif. You once fresh ground pepper on whatever you got. It's like you get to helpings in the line. Yeah. That was good. It was say I was always go for extra cheese here. Like let us know when you're done let us. You don't eat lettuce. But I go for three helton's of parmesan. Just plead on your plate as I become a grinded. I I were. lettuce I respect that I'm a slap a Pat of butter on that of what he said. He said lettuce the hell. So this one goes really well with a steak or rough. One good a good steak, if you did, like a petite filet that had little bit of little bit of a spicy, seasoning to it, or spare, and the next time you go to the bathroom. You just take a big old. Sniff. Stink p. Oh, yeah. We did the bedrock in which is an old vines in where an old vine, obviously, refers to how the grapes, have been or the vines have been existence at the winery. And, you know, usually that means they've been there for X amount of time, forty years, fifty years, plus and so, yeah, it's a nice very, it's got some fruit, too, but it's not like crazy. Overly obnoxiously. No, I thought the, the previous one had a pretty stanky compared to this one. I mean not knocking this is a great one as well. But this one's a little more subtle. Yes. Kinda surprised me. You don't see that in. Exactly. Yeah, but I mean more of a finesse, zinze, little. Yeah, we'll new on. Yeah. So we have move your views dot US, and that cinema vino podcasts, which is available multiple platforms. You can find. Yeah. But don't we also have some social media's? Yes, we do. And I like how you said, then plural. That was nice media's I have a I g or entering handle called Tate does V now. It's just me drinking wine with my friends and promoting. The wine we drink. So if you're please, follow cinema vino podcast. But if you're a picture of the wines Todd will post every once in a while, but also I post the wines, and we've had drinking Travis also is starting the Kamboi site. To, like, so I'm also starting Instagram. No, I'm not. I'm actually going to look into becoming Kamboi to supplement my income, and I'm looking for suggestions for like outfits and toys. I'm a big boy. I'm like four hundred plus bills. So any outfits, that you need to be four to five x and have to cover a, I'm gonna say fifty six inch waist, but. Any nipple clamps or I'm looking looking to get some like anal plugs have the little like animal tails, attached. I was thinking. Effective FOX called furry. I think it's a free, if you dress up all the way, but I don't know I'm willing to look into this. So. Cinema. Vino dot US movie reviews. Well movies that US let me know what kind of like. The sexy outfits and sex toys. I should wear and tabbies. Anal plugs, and FOX tails on in for change gears, trust, I had to know this one on record on here. If you were given a choice, this is a serious question. If you were given a choice to direct a new Holck, or new fantastic four, what would you do? All right. Because you just complain about both. Yes. Only those two no Spiderman. No X men to all right? So here's the thing. I love Holck Hoke has dog shit villains. Fantastic. Four is not bad, either. They've got a good incredible 's family dynamic. But all what I really care about about that Disney. Pickup is a fucking doctor doom. And I would really wanna do doctor doom correctly. I mean so that go hold. Who would you do your first villain? I mean like. I think he had pretty good villains. Now. I mean they were mostly mostly poopie, but the leader abomination, but they have much like, Disney has done, all of their heroes have had a similar origin or villains of had a similar origin to their hero in some way. So you do abomination leader and then later absorbed, and stuff like that. But it's just it's really hard to have a really good villain for a. Guy that's just like these strongest dude in the room. I mean, do you think with all the vendors thing, which obviously, he was kind of a side character. It's beyond to do you think they'll ever do a solo film of him again? I mean, they will eventually but Universal Studios still has the rights, and they don't have the same deal with Disney that Sony does to do their own sides, vitamin character. I mean universals given enough leeway to be like, yeah, you can use them in your stuff, and we'll take of that of injuries money. But yeah, they don't have as good of a relationship, I guess, to do a full on. That's why Hoke was such a big part of the ragnarok, they were like all right. Well, we're going to give you an arc issue but you're not getting your own movie. Yeah. Interesting. Adding context, after our Kim, boy, boy discussion, we need the mass sorbet after that discussion. We need a pallet. Cleanser. But this has been another episode of cinema vino and we thank you coming along on this Kamboi journey with us, I wanna samsar for doing trouser under the bus there Kamboi thing was kind of secret. And I kind of I mean, honestly, I was going to use this one way or the other. I mean are dozens and dozens of listeners, probably want to see, like, what I look like in the flesh. I mean, in the flesh, I mean, we're looking for the next live, why lie podcast. That's the big thing right now. Getting video fuck it we'll do a live. Live from Trump's bedroom can one hundred. Tokens freeview. Piggy pot. You gotta spend money to make money by these outfits and toys. I guess, take for Boehner's willing to put in the work though. And honestly, if I don't make any money that you make a hundred thousand dollars over twelve years. If you real good, I think six six at noon, real nice. You those dreams. Whatever, like health my drug habit. But yeah, we thank you for coming along this journey, and we will see you next time. I don't know if you guys have a sign off. Wind out, picking out. Dry, rabbit vibrator. Rhyme. Giving up, don't, don't let us. Tear down your dreams, ma'am. I just said to try a rabbit vibrator. It's like a bunny thing has got to it didn't rob. I can tell you. Okay. What? If if you're. Brown. Look at clown. From dirt if you if you ain't dragon, you ain't stag..

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"zinze" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"zinze" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"There. Just downtown sexy. I don't think I've ever been downtown factor me, neither, I don't think zinze ever been done. But they got a pretty cool downtown. Wylie. There's no downtown factory sexy is like the better end of garland is way. Look at it. The slums of Wiley. Okay. Well, the bad kids move. Yeah. But it's actually hasn't figured out, though that backyard at five is dated end. But they put the kids in activities in the back. So there's an area just for the parents. I mean, of course, the kids can come in. But all the kids migrate to the back. We're working on working on keeping those kids out. I mean it's. Kids today man, if they can open up the venue one, one of these little towns up at the colony could do it opened up a venue, where we can we can go to drop off the kids right in come back later and Gumbo. So the city is taking care of them, right until they're twenty one or so. Right. Yeah. Or at least till tomorrow. Yes. So the basically the incarcerated for you. That'd be. But Jin you bought your house, how long ago and sexy. Two thousand three thousand three sixteen years ago. That's all right. So you. You've probably got all you're going to get out of that home. There's actually I think they talked topped out. Yeah. Okay. Home. But then, and now it's, it's an affordable home. Somebody won't wants to go over there. Really? I mean think about how much further you have to drive north or east to defend a home. You know, less than three hundred thousand dollars quite a ways. Yeah. Probably certainly not out in Tarrant county. Tarrant county Justice, Jay Z, excuse me, Jay z, so illness. You know, those homes out there. Hearted fifty three fifty four hundred thousand. Yeah. Neutral, level points, north Fort Worth is like I said, it's often you think your property taxes, are how now what if your house is worth four thousand? Chunk of change for sure. So you're advocating her to sell her login. I you called Anna regarding earplugs in. We'll and play the tape on recall that the comment. But I, I remember. You'll hear later. All right. Okay. Well, all right. Thanks for calling in. Talkative jim. Bye. There. Another happy homeowner in sexy, Texas. I like selling about their property taxes. Say when they moved the facts about factory like live out out in the country and then the country caught up with him. Yeah. It's right there. I mean, George Bush drive right, right. Past fire will well once fire will mall got and, and George Bush was that old. So you had now you had access to the, the rest of the world as prior to that she had to go down to LBJ way south to crossover. And then if wanted to go, let's say to Frisco, yeah, I mean, that was that was a heck of a deal. But so when George Bush came in and gave them access. Well, a lot of the, the Argyle's and Justin's of this diff- w area or like this acsi of twenty years ago. And but it sounds like their rates coming, right? Yes. Absolutely. Yes. You're exactly right. The, you know, like I said, sexy back when Jin possible out there, sixteen years ago. That's how long she's been out there. Yeah. It's completely changed. And we were looking at two lane two lane roads out there. And we've talked about it infrastructures a little bit earlier. That's what that sought to town. Our side of town needs to get get a move on, because it look on, we've got so many houses coming in so many folks, moving in not just Tarrant county, but Dallas county as well. That the infrastructure needs something needs to be done. Well, you know, I was in flower mound not too long ago and they've got they've got a lot of interest for further. Yes. That they've really I mean, they're they've raised the bar, and they're in it. You know, these these landlocked communities like sexy or the colony or Capelle. You know I understand their situation. But when get way out there or gal. Royse city. Justin. Hasslet Justice Xs. Yes. Argo then excuse. You know, I mean. Make one point two here. So in these small towns, all of a sudden, this growth comes will the city management, and the people that are working there, there cow town folk. I mean, they do not used to this kind of stuff, they know exactly where to go now. And they make they have they have to go through a big transition to bring in much better resources in terms of management, so that they can implement these kind of bond programs enough things that are this. So I'm just on their side saying give a break because these guys are small towns to the. Executor employee employees. Now, they're taking on the four hundred houses, new homes, a year that started three fifty guess what? Well, okay. I see where you're going with that. But I disagree because I think twenty years ago, you could say that about Justin Texas or northern men Tara county or didn't county communities. I'm signed for the little man. Yeah, I know. But. You know, some of those little little communities have not done anything to help themselves. Greenville, Texas is one of those it's remained the same size even though it has a large employer. But the homes are coming out there, because that's where the land is more formidable. And roy. Same thing's happening in those northern tier county IRS, so or northeastern, so I don't I don't know that the good old boy, you know excuses. There you can't run with this for out. You know, like I said, twenty years ago, maybe mean they could see it coming. I guess I've been here for thirty five years in traffic, always been bumper to bumper to thirty-five to your point, though. Murphy, texas. I just did some business up in Murphy, Texas. And we'll tell you that they have risen that they're, they're, they're in the give they're playing good exception. They are really they've done a store you go from east. Plano to Murphy in then over to while, you know, while he is good too. Okay. While he's good. But there's a I mean like you're driving through there. I drove through it every day in. I mean Murphy they had it figured out. Well, they, they built a great city hall. They came in and I mean that was a a campus. Okay. Kind of like grand prayers and built a huge campus city hall. But, but this was countdown. Right. So now they're built this great city. And then they got a great high school and they raise the bar. I mean they don't have any forcible housing Murphy to say. I mean, there's sort of three hundred employees. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So you do win on that one. So often for the small guy. Well, I think, you know, about poor Sakano or walks ahead, t-, ROY city, cuddle, mills, remember years ago, and somebody told you, they lived in Melissa, then AllState or something you thought we're the hills. Man. That's I mean, now you go from Allen McKinney. You're there, you know, there's really no. You don't build there any desolate area before you get there. It's kind of like the early nineties driving. The south like I played at Alito played football there and probably the bumpiest road. We ever ovent wrote on was from thirty five down seventeen on farm road that time to lane in probably more on that road. Bill figure. And you drove you drove that direction today. And what are you lades pretty much roundabouts and everything that you need to get there? I think it's just a it's a problem that our local governments have in managing everything it's not just here in North Texas or Texas. I was reading something earlier this weekend regarding my home state of Mississippi. And a lot of the casinos are closing down will, I remember when they all came in twenty five years ago, the thought all this money's going to come in on the roads in the, the schools? There was a big thing. The schools are going to be improved. Education is going to go up, you know, so we can start expecting more out of our education system. They were happy it. No, they built a you know, some nice community centers of concert pavilion areas. You know, really nothing else they gambling didn't make it in Mississippi, it, it makes it only because MRs. Sippy charges. The casinos less than any other state to be there, and they, they take, they can get because they were so impoverished before. But I think it's just the bureaucracy of local municipalities. The camp. Just can't Mike at work. You know, I agree. But I but I think there's some exceptions, I think to your point that, you.

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"zinze" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"zinze" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Gerin Bartell Clements is here. She's an artist and her work showing these right now called warrior women towards project. Intil the twenty first of all April get up CCA CCA as pick krill right below the children's museum and the tank Marne, wonderful place one place and great great theater film and in great artistic shows with a really nice sculptor garden as well. All right here new wanted to, you know, I, you know, tell us a little bit about how the decorations came about. And you also want to read one of the story. Right. All right. Right. And then let sterling tells about CCA fantastic. Right. Well, let's say like I was explaining earlier it's plaster wrap with the rivets, and it hardens on the woman. I do the front end the back. Each woman is different their heights on the actual stands are different. The stands are paying black all the heights of the the women, and I've taken I sewed for quite a number of years like, you know, a longtime, and so I've actually one of the processes on the torso is using a sewing patterns and using them of you know, on as a background almost on the torso. And someone patterns really have like a double meaning. And they're also reminiscent of the patterns that we create in our own life right about a sewing pattern in years all over the house. Yeah. And so, you know, I use this as part of the. Oh design on there and also various late layers of paint. I've kept of the metallic paint a golden silver. Also of I alive them were arbitrarily put together with the collage work of my own design. But also some women have actually brought in pieces of collage that were very born them important, correct? One gal traveled couldn't get pregnant traveled off through Spain. She and her husband came upon the smother ledge and lo and behold there was a facility clinic there. So a few months later, she and her husband went back, and the moral, you know, conceived because she came on this for Tila clinic. Yeah. Yeah. And then another will man had of songs sheet music that she played on the piano. She have for years and wanted that put on her short. So you would you would you would apply those to the torsos and then just over or cover over lacquer over them somehow. Yeah, they're painted into the work along with the patterns and the paint the stories. Yes, I'm gonna read one. It's your torso number two. The loss of a child is like, no other. My story is not unique. It is very personal and my journey will not inspire anyone. But maybe help to comfort those in need the loss of a child is like no other the grief last a lifetime. You must live with it like it or not but to live. Well, you must carry on an everyday look for anything positive. Having more children helped to ease the pain that will never ever go away. A grandson named f to your precious loss child is priceless. You can always take these way out and give up but real strength comes from. When you decide to keep going, maybe not for yourself. But for others through it being strong is the only choice you have. So these are all very very personal almost hesitant asked after the twenty-first where do the torsos headed? Well, there are some things in the work. And maybe I would love to have a travel throughout the country may be various museums, and I'm working towards echo, and I've given some of my catalogs and to various places, so, you know, very nice. Sterling zinze Myers. Here's well. He is the acting director of CCA and ward members. Well, what else is going on up there? Nice to meet you nice to meet you. I was board chair stepped on his board chair to do the to be the interim director what it's been a privilege to work at CCA with the incredible staff, and Jason Silverman and Hannah houseman and all the incredible staff at CCA, and we're having a great time. We're preparing for the fortieth anniversary, which is this year. We're gonna have a lot of incredible conversations, and we're working with the Santa Fe institute. To do some conversations this summer. We have a conceptual artist who talks about the the the dream of opera of objects Judy to all its Suwa Sala Judy if I mispronounced your name like everyone else does. But she's an incredible conceptual artist. One of the things she takes an object. And you look at it. And you think oh it's just around ball. And he turns out that it's the amount of plutonium used a trinity from the explosion. But she really interprets objects and amazing way we're going to have a very exciting summer and CCA has been around for thirty thirty nine years. Very successfully. And we're really about the community. We have all kinds of programs for coming up this summer. Probably gonna have a couple of barbecues and in the plaza there and invite the community to come. So it's just a privilege to be there for now. Not sure if I'm going to continue it because it is a lot of work you're doing to search right for doing a search. And we have a lot of candidates coming up. I'm really out of the search part didn't make sense for me to be that. I may put my hat in the ring really something my husband, and I have to think about so you've you've caught the bug. I have well I fell in love with C C three and a half years ago in palton was the chair through it came on board. So I got to work with both of them quite a bit. And then I became board share and Stewart, of course, went onto I fan, right? Where's doing a great job? And I just thought well somebody has to hold the place together. There. We're doing some new things there and some new ways of doing things in terms of expanding and also continue the standard of the art. We've shown on Joyce. And and Sounders. Sharon's gradings and cardinal Muslim Ricardo show was fantastic. And also, you know, we're we've got some shows in the future coming that that we think will really we've got to keep that standard up. And we're going to a great board. This really working hard to do that. If people have pieces or people wanted to communicate or people wanna rent the theaters actually, we're talking about that with somebody in town recently as a great place, they want to do some kind of spoken-word presentations, go to the website, go to the website, or they can they can Email me it sterling at CCA Santa Fe dot org. I'd be glad to look into it. We're doing a lot more rentals. We also, of course, as you know, last year took over the screen with worked with the former mayor and the current mayor, and we're having fantastic results screen now. So curated screen which will be the venue for next guests, which is Pamela green in her film, natural nice to meet you. Sterling. More about I'm here every day. All right goodbye. Anytime you want. Okay. Darren really nice to meet you mazing amazing show. Thank you so much. All right. Take time out. We'll come back, and we'll talk with filmmaker Pamela green. She's out in Los Angeles. We'll talk about your film called be natural about a woman director who.

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"zinze" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"zinze" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Number dot com. Also blocks robo sales calls, by the way, and telemarketers. Most live phila- markers. So whoever calls your home phone number could be connected to any family members. Cellphone wherever they are only twenty five dollars to set up in my money nine a month. That's it no long term contracts. There's a big new thing into phone accessibility to US-based support team at eight hundred seventy seven four zero five three zero five thirty seven seven four zero five thirty or our old number dot com. They will answer all your questions for some of you. This is a no brainer. Because you would love to have this get it yet. Raining to you about the VA for those of you who want socialized medicine. Don't say, oh, well it works in Sweden ask if it works in America. It's better to compare America to America, then America to Germany or just as I think that's a fair statement. So here is this piece in the Wall Street Journal by Carl zinze Meister, and it's very short and very to the point. Certainly veterans aren't doing so well despite starting with higher levels of education and training, plus lower rates of criminality family, decay, an illness compared to Don VA system peers. Vets now have inexplicably high rates of substance abuse, suicide and withdrawal from the labor force are these quote, invisible wounds of war unquote, only a small fraction of post nine eleven vets experienced fighting the more plausible diagnosis for most veterans is that they suffer from the invisible wounds. This is really this is very important column. Philip get much attention the invisible wounds not of war, but of government dependency. This is another one one of the many ways in which the left makes the world worth. I have said I believe it. One hundred percent. That it is harder to break addiction. To benefits than addiction to heroin. After World War Two eleven percent of veterans were granted disability compensation. That's after World War Two. You got that one out of ten vets was given disability compensation today. Close to half of the people leaving the US military request lifelong disability benefits and the payments are much larger than they were. Then fifty percent of a large talented young population, settling onto government entitlements is a clarity, correct. America has already entered our next presidential campaign and am bishops slogans are ringing Medicare for all universal basic income green new deal free college. But there is an obvious battlecry waiting to be trotted out by socialists VA benefits for all though. It might not have quite the intended effect. One eight Prager seven seven six. I've never done this with you would be interesting because I learn a lot from you is vast number of people from whom to learn and your experiences, and obviously, no human experience everything. So I wonder if you know people who went on benefits something like this like this ability package. Of a veteran. And did it in noble their life or did it hurt their life or neither? Very curious. Many of you, obviously have experienced this either personally, or, you know, a loved one or friend or someone that could be low book of these -ly, we do our friends and you should one eight seven seven six. I really I never did that I've I have learned that means give opinion I have opined on the subject of dependency on benefits, but I have never opened up the lines to your experiences with that. We've talked marijuana. We've talked drugs, but we haven't talked about them. You know, somebody who didn't meet to be put became dependent upon government benefits. And what impact that might have had? To my amazement here in Los Angeles. And I'm sure not only Los Angeles. They give free breakfasts. Now, not just free lunches free breakfasts. I said at the time and those usual attacked as mean, I know mean, so it's like it's a relevant. Call me in an ostrich. But anyway. I actually think it's mean to give free breakfasts because what you are doing is removing parental responsibility. From. Responsibility from parents. And I said, and I still stand by if you if you do not have the money to feed your child breakfast than you are. I don't say we have to take your children away. But you are not he truly an incompetent parent. There is no excuse there is just no excuse for not being able to afford breakfast for your child..

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"zinze" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:24 min | 3 years ago

"zinze" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"On CBS sports radio. What are we talking about during the break? Talks them got dinner delivered. I got some got a coupla dogs. Okay. And I like a good New York City cart dog as much as anybody. So Brett to the best as we just started talking about what are you putting out dog mustard ketchup? Yes. Yes. Relish. Yes. If they have it out take the specifically here in New York, the cooked onions, the juicy onions all love damn. That's that's a top topping wouldn't mind a little chilly on top of it, basically can't even taste hotdog. By the time. I'm done with it and just a breath of sauerkraut. Now, this is the key to the entire dog. And this is a guy who puts mustard relish ketchup. Onions chili but the key is the sauerkraut because if you put too much sauerkraut on it. It kills everything else. All you tasted the sauerkraut chili gone beyond gone the wellish, God, the ketchup gone. The mustard God, I know, by the way, I'm a little bit of a mustard wimp. I'll always go with like the grey Poupon. Honey mustard. I know you're supposed to just get golden yellow on a dog. That's the preferred ballpark hot dog golden yellow golden not that I dislike it, but I just like a a sweeter mustard on my hot dog. But the key is absolutely the the sauerkraut, and you almost never get it perfectly handed to you in that form. People don't understand when I say just a touch of sauerkraut. There are two things in the world that people just can't help but put too much on. And that's lettuce on a sandwich. And sauerkraut on a hot dog 'cause I like a little lettuce on my sandwich, roast beef Turkey ham. I like a little lettuce on my salad. Tuna like lettuce never fails anytime sandwich, just a touch of lettuce. I eat it is too much lettuce. And then I gotta pick off the leads because I'm a finicky eater. I know shame on me. But I am I'm gonna pay for it and buy it needed. I'm going to get what I like. And it's always better too much into little. But it never fails. Whenever I get a sandwich. I get the lettuce. I gotta take some of the lettuce off and whenever I get a hot dog. And I asked for just a breath of sauerkraut, they always put too much. I guess sit there and pick it up and take extra napkins whatever else. He is what we talk about during the break. You think we're talking about sports? Now, we're talking about condiments. That's what we're good at CBS sports radio. We are condiment experts eight five five two one two four two two seven Roger from Florida wants stock football instead of condiments. Hello, raj. Hey, how you doing good? But hey, I had heard some early on a week from the NFC championship game that some of the Rams fans are trying to get the -ficiating crew. Some about them being oh, an eight when this guy was looking over their games and stuff and I've seen some bad officiating especially that Chicago game. Oh, oh and eight. The Williams went thirteen and three I understand that. But I'm saying, so we're we're talking over multiple years. Yes. So they've got a problem with a guy over multiple years. Yeah. Yeah. The Rams got bigger and better things to. I'd be more worried about drew Brees. And Michael Thomas tonight would who's watching the game back in New York. Well, it always seems like there's a really dumb call. It affects me is game. That's why I was wondering if you thought it would have any type of play on. Let's let's talk about these games. What was the really dumb calling the patriots charges last week? Okay. What about the Chicago game though? Are you telling me that fumble with a fumble Chicago playoff game where the official picked up the ball, and they ruled it down, and you know, because the official picked it up and nobody picked it up. But that one's okay. You didn't think that that? I mean when the eagles beat the bears. Yes. I know I know the play you're referring to and. Yeah, it was a debatable. Call. I didn't think it was blatantly obvious or awful or hideous. But the rest miss 'cause I'm not saying that every game is. Perfectly called they're humans. Just like Tom Brady doesn't complete twenty six hundred twenty six passes things happen. On both sides. So things are missed from time to time. But I don't believe any of last week's games. And all of them were relatively close were marred by God awful, call. No, no. And I'll I'll give you that. And as a patriots fan, though, I will say there was a couple. There was a light hit on rivers where he was getting mad, and I I could see him while he was getting mad. You know? There was some calls that you know, when our way I'll say that I can up to that. It's just you know, if it was big enough for Rams fans to start a petition. I didn't know if there's even you know on your radar if it is it didn't blow up on my radar, and maybe it's because I just discount their stance. I do not put anything any weight behind it or give any credence to it. I think that the Rams can go in there and win the game. And I will be I I'll come on here. I'll Powell jobs to you. And every Rams fan if come next Saturday. The Rams lose the game because a key call was blown by this referee. I want it to be the you know, I wanted to be the pats on the saints. I want it to be the two old guys going out. There and going at it. That's what I want. I just saw that. And I wanted to know you guys, you know, you especially your bathing in this stuff every day. I thought maybe you had heard something on it and add some bad to it. I just wanted to know what your thoughts on. It was my thoughts are the Rams fans should be more worried about Alvin Kamara drew Brees and Michael Thomas, then who's refereeing the game and keeping them out of the end zone. That would be my concern. If I were any LA LA ran player, and or any member of the LA Rams coaching staff Levi from Minneapolis up on CBS sports radio Levi. Hey, how you doing good? How you hey, man. I'm doing great quick question for you here. The Gary kubiak higher here in Minneapolis Minnesota for the Vikings. He is listed as like a offensive consultant flash. Co head coach of the Vikings YouTube as they were talking about it. And I'm starting to see the writing on the wall as lifelong once again, I think there's going to be too many cooks in the kitchen too, many big personalities, and we're to see some conflict, where do you what do you think about that be very interested to see the first major press conference said that's tad. When. I'll leave and take it all the way into preseason because off season workout pretty light. And the like as to how much I believe their present head coach was behind the hiring. And how much was made above his head. I'm sure he signed off on it. I'm sure he was convinced if he was tremendously against it. I don't know that it would have happened. If that's the case, then you go, and you hire Gary kubiak be your head coach. And you relieve your current coach of his coaching duties, I don't think they wanted to do that with Zimmer. But I would love to see Zimmer's response to was it your idea or was it you general managers idea to add guarantee squad. Right. Yeah. I you think Zimmer will stay on. He's kind of a lame duck right now, if we lose again, you know, we don't see much from him. You think they tried to go kubiak head coach or somebody else? Well, the only reason why I think ZIM zinze, okay? Is I thought the Vikings this year actually faltered as much because of their offense has their defense. They made the big investment to upgrade their offense by bringing in Kirk cousins. And the offense got worse. Now, the defense wasn't quite as good as it was the year either. But the dropoff was worse on offense and they spend more recess during the off season resources to upgrade the offense. So that's what I think the former defensive coordinator head coach will get a little bit of a break. They gave his offense what they thought were more bullets to fire and they didn't fire near enough. So NATs could be on kubiak come in and fire them more effectively. Yeah. No. I think you're you're probably up the right route there, thanks for taking the call. You gotta appreciate the call. Thanks checking in Mitch from jerseys up on CBS sports radio. Hey, mitch. Hey, how how're you doing here? I think he's the hardest working guy in America. I fake it. Well, don't I especially got to specify on top? I don't wanna get into that politics. First of all, I guess that has the crow on rivers beings closer. Dan Marino, not even close. And you just say all four games with close. Thanking was always in the first quarter. Charges poor poor game plan, and and by the way, and then rivers got a couple of touchdown slate to make the score a little closer than it was which really wasn't garbage time. But I didn't play all that. Well charge defense stunk. Patriots took him out to the woodshed offensively. So it wasn't all I know the quarterback is always the winner and a loser. When they win the quarterback controller granted when lose the quarterback takes all the blame. No. There was plenty of blame to go around for San Diego last week. The whole thing about with the Rams think the Rams and winter all winner for interchange. Got have worries themselves decided Scott being good girly. I know CJ engine that why receive his titans. Underrated two things are going to be able to keep Robert awards and Dominic sue for next year. What are you thinking? Thanks to take call. My bet would be no on sue. I think this was a one year gear up Super Bowl big time payment for him. I don't have dare salary cap and hits. And money's ferreted out next year. They'll probably redo Goth both went and Goth can be redone during this off season. And usually when you do that even get them for a little less than what you would speculate. They get the year after if you waited because the players want that guaranteed money they want to contract. So they'll probably take a little less in the overall package just to get the money right away and get it next year round and have to go out and do another prove it year where things could go bad, and then it could hurt their overall number. So it depends on do. They wanna do the Goth deal. They can make GOP wait another year thereafter. Or they can do it the year prior to you can't negotiate a first round quarterback's contract. Until after he's played three years. This will be the third year in for Goffin for Wentz. So both of those two guys are eligible for contract extensions more often than not if you've got a franchise guy, and I certainly would put both Goffin went into that category. You try and get it done after the third year from time to time. They just can't come to an agreement. They can't come to the number it plays to Lefort. And then you gotta sign and if he has a very good fourth year and even bigger contract heading into the fifth year. So Goth is gonna cost them more money. If they go down that route sue is playing well late..

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