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Unpacking Israeli History
"Back in twenty seventeen, the New York Times published an article about Amadeo Garcia Garcia. The. Last Living Speaker of the top story. Once, spoken for centuries by thousands of members of an Amazon tribe Madeo, the sole survivor, and the last person on earth to know the language his tried which had lived uncontactable for centuries along Amazon River in Peru slowly died out due to the weapons diseases brought to them from intruders when Avodados brother passed away his last remaining relative the missionary asked Amodio how he felt. Adele responded in the broken Spanish that he had. The only way he had to communicate with outside world he said. It's now over for us. Why? Dale no longer has some to speak to and when you have no one else to speak to, you will lose your language. That's why was over for Amodio. Losing a language is like losing an identity, a culture history. I don't mean to sound over dramatic here but losing a language is really losing oneself. Looking back at the history of the Jewish people that Jews faced a very similar problem. And the reality today is that over the last one, hundred, fifty years, a modern miracle took place for almost two thousand years Hebrew the language of the Torah the Bible and so much Jewish literature you know the prayers was mostly reserved for the ritual. And now. Jews. Over the world's beekeeper, a language that was essentially dead as a spoken language. Something like this has never happened in history of language. The. Fact that the majority of Jews around the world speak Hebrew today is not something to take for granted. There are approximately fourteen point, seven, million Jews in the world and six point seven, million of them live in Israel where Hebrew is the national language. And many hundreds of thousands outside of Israel, speak language as well learning it in. Jewish. Day schools and summer camps or at home. Short. The Bible prayers and religious texts were written and read in Hebrew. Literally nobody spoke in daily life for like almost two thousand years. So How'd an almost extinct biblical language reemerge as spoken language in the span of only a few decades? Was Zionism that deserves the credit Certain. Figure named Elliot's Ben Yehuda. And what is it always obvious that Hebrew would be the national language of the Jewish state. Let's jump back in time to learn about the history of the Hebrew language details about the spoken language of Hebrew in ancient times are not perfect. Here's what we know. In the Bible the Jews otherwise as Hebrews spoken ancient Biblical version of. Biblical Hebrew was the spoken language of the Jews for over a thousand years. But one of the Romans destroyed the second Jewish Temple in seventy CE HEBREW AGAIN. To die. Out.
Interview with Kayzo
"Time to slow down a little your. Time now. More, than pursue it was it was much I. It's still nice but I'm definitely. At a point now where? Be going, to bed. At like. I'm in like some. Like nine thirty. Every night I've only going to bed. So early every night so very well rested the first time in a long time. So now I'm like h Tina. Traveling, place I'm I'm ready but. All the time. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Man I mean maybe as a way to get into it, I wanted to ask you about this because you're one of the few people I've talked to WHO's actually had this experience you did at least one of those drive in shows, right? Yeah I did one in. It's not technically Charlotte but it's called the fountain. Outside a Shar like. Forty five minutes as a shirt. That I mean walk me through that experience because I'm I'm so curious what it actually felt like to play one of those shows, right? Well, you know it's interesting because. I feel like. Every. Time. They're still I guess every week or so. The climate surrounding. Coronavirus or country or if you wanna Mike. Rugged down to what we do in music. History. Shows and safety every week or every couple of waste seems like there's a different. Tone to. The overall consensus of. Or what's not or what's what's what's considered okay, and what's not considered okay. So at the time of Accepting the drive in at the very beginning of the pandemic but that's Close closer to beginnings. He's ideas started coming on board around and I was like well only if it's safe and. assured was assured it was going to be running with all the precautions. needed. Sauza guy let's do it At least could say I did warn in my lifetime looking back on this and. The entire experience break down it was so. So. Interesting. But it was also really great on the road team. Have that one little sense of normalcy for the back with that family right? Because that's family were disconnected from right now. Yeah. Dude I. I feel like normally I spend majority of my year with these guys in the it's the first time I've seen him since probably February which was pretty wild. You're the show was It was it was interesting was very I know there's been a lot of mixture of us in a lot of controversy and a lot of different viewpoints on the drive in but my experience I can only speak it test mice during read. The people that were vice show of. It was. It was extremely safe I got there and Obviously it's. It's a it's an interesting way out stage is not normal stage, but you look out there near. Plot of land. It's massive view. It's actually in a beautiful area north. Carolina was palm land in your ads they will drive in the middle of nowhere. You know when he started when we got there for the show We had a little green room of whatever you WANNA, call it like the bandages office. Entire thing I'm looking at this? This is insane like hundreds and hundreds of cars, but all all within their confined space. And I was like nervous. We'll see our kids gonNA like. Kids. Tend to break rules Orlean at our bend the rules. Like a follow them until they get into an arcade screw, we're going to go your own thing. What I notice was everyone was actually like. Inner areas tailgating in their own area so We weren't like. Johnny not allowed to drive a students staged way to walk to the stage, which is totally GUAC panacea at all but I walk through these cars everyone like in their own spot hanging out with a small group of people everyone had their masks which I was nervous as. I. Don't want to be one of those things where. Everyone's in their mask and everyone's raging I'm like, please please please everyone is saw. A FROM MY CO engine stage wearing their masks surprisingly a lot of people were. Staying in their cars with all the tour shut listening to the music raging. That's interesting. That's kind of why were they was it on like a like an FM. Station people to so this was this was this was one of those ones amodio station June into classic drive in situation and A. was kind of interesting about the layout was we had a stage in its smaller stage. It wasn't a big festival Susan that. Was Cool. Is Right next to the right of. The movie was the wall movie projector. Only thing is like hundred tall was thing is. The biggest movie screen of. The had alive live streaming camera angle couple of angles of the media Jank from booth cameras hooked up there were projecting like live casting off the big screen and they had that makes in with I brought my vj. So he was able to to display my content. On this really cool large movie screen mixed into my live cam feed and. It was really cool. It was like I've never seen anything like that for a show like scream out large. That pretty interesting show itself. it's it's weird because we had my own borders. So they were like festivals don't monitor so loud for me on like a normal joe for me,
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Janissary Music
"I'm Naomi Moon Welcome to classics for. Kids. Let's start this show off with a bang. You. Know how? When a certain kind of music catches on whether it's rap or jazz or Latino suddenly you hear it all over well, all over Europe in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries you would have heard Turkish flavored music like this marked by Ludwik von Beethoven. A very reasonable question would be if Beethoven was German, what was he doing writing Turkish music? The Sultan who ruled Turkey used to have a very select group of guards called Jan Aseries, actually, jams areas, what the Turkish term for new army sounded like to European ears like most armies. The Janice series had a band and since this was a Turkish army, the Janice every band used Turkish instruments like bass drums, triangles, and cymbals when the Sultan of Turkey since January, bands to Europe people went nuts over the exotic sound of those instruments hey, couldn't get enough of Turkish. Music. European composers knowing what their audiences wanted to hear started writing. Turkish. Sounding pieces and even set some of those pieces in Turkey This is the overture to Mozart's opera the abduction from the Seraglio. Seraglio. Was the Turkish Sultan's palace a palace which he kept US sizable Harem of wives. Plural. Very poor. Mozart wasn't the only composer to set an opera in Turkey German composer. Carl Maria. Von Vaber did to and he even gave his opera a Turkish name. Abu Hassan. And Turkish sounds crept into orchestra music too. For Instance Haydn's symphony number one. Kendrick. Since people associated the sound of drums, triangles and cymbals with Turkish army bands that Haydn symphony came to be known as the Military Symphony. The best symbols in the world are still made by the same family that made them in Haydn's day the Zil jains, the name zillion is Turkish for symbol maker a Turkish Sultan gave it to the first symbol maker in the family almost four centuries ago today zillions live in Massachusetts where they make the symbols you here in rock bands and symphony orchestras. That's from Wellington's victory by Beethoven. After. The FAD for January music died down the cymbals bass drums and triangles didn't go back to Turkey those instruments. Oh, their place in today's orchestras and bands to the eighteenth century European craze for Turkish music of all the composer's latched onto the sound of the January band I think Beethoven did it best? My favorite bit of January music is tucked into the middle of the last movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. That Sound is a controversy soon, the lowest pitched woodwind instrument there is it's acting almost like a bass drum. Back when January music was popular, you could buy a piano equipped with a special. January pedal by thumping down on it, you could accompany yourself with your own personal triangle and drums percussion section. Unfortunately today, those pianos are only found in museums when both amodio Mozart composed his Turkish Rondo he managed to get the piano to imitate Janice drums even without a special pedal. That's Mozart's Turkish Rondo. Now that you know about the Turkish part to find out what a Rondo is, join me next time for classics for kids.
"amodio" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
"Wasn't sick enough to die by Phil hours dying but s I gave of kindness and compassion and have a positive thinking to myself wanting realized sickness. Wasn't that bad. The more I develop peace and compassion towards myself and these sickness went away pretty quick so yeah two hours pretty healthier on that play in India spy as for my friend was also on the trip with me and also some nuns in Sarah to most of the people on the trip learn the monastic quite sick and when they came back for the India Commission mission to a stew sick for like two weeks and now it's quite healthy and I think I realize I always go back to my practice and learn to let go of dementia suffering and find that this body as masters as bowl. Try and let the body be and let it go musk's possible benefit of being a monastic when you practice more and more and more as you get older as you get sick significantly the writer learn to make peace we this body allow these poly and defy census too slowly slowly fe away. Been A monastic one. Out Duties is to teach so we do do a lot teaching one of the places that we teach is in the army tail Meditation Group and that is in in Amadeo next to next to the Amodio Hospital Tola community centre though Dusty Amatil Meditation Group and we do have law. Patients are recommended by the doctors to join the meditation. Seventy MA QUITE SICK. Quite some have chronic and serious sickness by cancel and yeah so a lot of new. People that come to meditation. The first time I recommended recommended by doctors to one place that we teach petition is at the moment in group so the doctors say that sometimes they find patients to go do the meditation class. The tend to recover quick earlier and their sickness improve to the point ner even if this suffering from very very back cancer they can manage to live longer and also they don't worry and stress are so much because sometimes when a person's really really sick and the dying. The mental suffering can be overwhelming and we do make peace with if our mine then sometimes t body to recover quite rapidly and even we don't recover the paying of the body become less and in some cases we find some people cancer not spread and he can manage to live for a few years longer in some cases we finer times. Did this a person that we known that is pretty bad cancer and I must see him for a long time but he's still a life after ten years who dat back cancer spread. Always body to is quite amazing. Drew to the meditation that you can pay see allow the body to heal and regenerate are racists that we come across as Buddhist monk also one. I'd like to talk about this. The monks to go out to the recent farm. Closer to monastery about I think about eight kilometers away from here as a prison farm and amongst to go there quite often every Friday to give guided meditation but due to the restriction and the lockdown. The monks are not going up now. But hopefully the new restriction is lifted then. The monks can continue. Go to the next to the hospital to give Gamma Titian to the patient. And also to go to the crease and farm to gather meditation. One of the prisoners or experts in this used to be in the preseason was move transfer from prison farm. Allow discreetly preseason where People Nami stay for few years before they become released from prison so he was transferred to maximum the maximum prison in another location in Western Australia to when he was transferred to the maximum piece in who saying the first night was pretty hard for him to be in the new place where he was locked up in the Selah. We always read them in a prison farm. You have your own dumb Tommy Tree and you can move around within the prison to get to exercise go to canteen go to GM or work recent palm but when he was transferred to maximum discreet here prison he was locked up in the self three away so he told me that when he was lockout La. The only thing he can do la was to sit down meditate calmly and peacefully any described that when he was in the maximum security. Prison is not the first time you've been there before with saying the person next door was his first time and the guy was going completely crazy screaming shouting and banging on the on the sale and the Mola completely going nuts and crazy and my friend was saying that he was seen down deal. Listen to screaming and shouting and banging in the prison next solar and all he can do was maintain. He's the mine from going crazy. This Judaism. Meditation has been practicing meditation from many many years and also learning meditation. Been a prison farm so you say the only thing that kept me say in lockdown isolation was meditation to Nice. Stall Story ALLERGIST SHARE WITH PEOPLE. Being excuse me so be in. Prison in isolation is busy one of the most extreme experience opposing danger. Not if a his Co. could be very hard sometimes very difficult. Our Seen Victoria staying in Newburgh This ministry one person drove about almost two hours from his home. All the way to the monastery up in new berea with despondency three and he came mean after lunch about one o'clock and I saw him. I say oh we finish lunch. He came too late. He came over with partner and I could tell was quite unsettled and quite disturbed for so I sit down and chat with him. Power was going on and he's been reading a lot with spoke interested on Buddhism and he online founders. There was there was a monastery getting built up at Yubari to the era that the monastry is sabotage is in Victoria. Newbury to demonstrate record newbury despondent three so I was up to Supporting one my friend was a senior monk and to kill some of the work and teaching to and being path of a monastery in the community. Because in the new monastery you see days a hell of a law worker because you see in a new monastery on starting this all work and a small son year but once a monster is built la in establishing runway world. Then you get a lot will come in to stay on the street and octane but in the beginning of a new ministry associate so there's a law worker responsibility so I'll up dea to support my my my monastic friend. So he was away in Singapore. Giving a teaching. So it's just me. I was only monkey and this layperson came in after lunch and he wanted some help and he asked me if I can give him guidance and the US okay. What kind do I can tell that? He was quite still yours holding a lot anger in his hotline so I asked him what is happening. And how can they help and they say that he was in prison for few years and when he called our prison doors carrying the anger and the hurt and the rationing is hard and it safe acting is his life and also affecting his? Is Life his partner? Some time WHO EXPLO- in of Asia Toast having a Lotta anger carrying a lot of things in his pass within so I can't really talk to him too much gave motto advisor to decide given one very simple advisor essay. Our mind is like vessel a vessel water. A report law sold into the vessel water after a while. The water tastes very salty. So just so east deformities of mine. Anger rage this discontent. So is fine. If if if the vessel a water is become very salty does mine..
"amodio" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"So you need some smarts in order just to survive. When you're the prey yet. How similar are the brains of cephalopods like the octopus to say in my brain. Skull brain. But it something quite different. Because if you think that India two third of their neurons sale, they are not located in the brains, but they are located in their arms. So in the actus, there's a big level of independence of movement for the arms, they interact with the brain, of course. But they can exhibit some movement without the brain sending an input to the arms. So something completely different from our way of thinking about brains, and of course, about apes and crows. It sounds like the octopus has a more decentralised brain. Yeah. It is. It is. So what kind of evidence do you need then to prove your hypothesis that the octopus and the other suffo- pods developed, big brains and intelligence to escape predators to escape being eaten. Yes. So we need to kind of research in the situation on one hand, we need to do to run several experiment that are trying to figure out different aspect of intelligence, and this was to measure, how smart these guys are and try to make some comparison with other smart animals. These one line of research on the other hand another approach would be to compare. How big is the brain of different species of cephalopod that leaves indifferent environment. And if we would find that cephalopods with bigger brains are one leaving it environment where? More predators or more, different kinds of predators would suggest that perdition played a key role in devotion of their intelligence. Now, if you're hypothesis proves true once it's tested. What would it adds to the whole story about how intelligence can involve? If we find out that our police all true, then this need that there's an alternative path that may lead to intelligence something extremely intriguing because this means that there's more way that lead to Rome. No, just one hour people. Just the start of a potentially very interesting investigation. We just have to collect the data and cross our finger against Mr. Ahmadou. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you for me. Piero Amodio is a PHD candidate in psychology at the university of Cambridge..
"amodio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The South African economy, but a recent high court ruling may just have made it more difficult for mining companies to open new ventures. The ruling says that traditional communities now need to give explicit consent before the land can be mind. The the court held in favor of the Amer Deeb people have been fighting a fifteen year battle with the Australian Transworld energy and minerals company and the local mining authority. The department of mineral resources says mining the region's detainee um deposits would bring jobs and development to the remote wild coast region pumps for Lonnie traveled to the area to ask the Amadiya. What is so against the billion dollar project? We're driving into ongoing wounds over home to a cluster of villages in the rural Eastern Cape province. It's a place where time has stood still with one access road. In an art of the vast expanse of land has less field a dotted with huts perched on hills. But beneath the beauty and stillness of this area is a community in turmoil. The people here hip engaged in a long fight to block the mining of titanium. We're here to meet the woman on the front line of this battle, not Limbaugh tumor. She's a difficult person to find and does not trust easily. And with good reason. At least ten activists have been killed in the past few years here for opposing the planned mining project. The latest was fellow activist and longtime friend Sukuzi her Debbie affectionately known here as Zorka heels shot eight times in his home by men posing as policemen two years later, and no arrests have been made it made out of buzz was not surprise for us. It was a bomb shit because we never think that our own state can allow such a thing has also received death threats. She's the new head of the Amodio crisis committee. It's a role she stepped into when the last chairperson bazooka was assassinated. I'm hiding running not long lasting, my sweet home. I'm not even predicting I'm protecting because they know that the mall day friendly does date the more distracted. Please. Is going to be destroyed. And once the length is being destroyed irreversible out here. Wolf isn't a question of money. It's about land. This community is not concerned with the riches that lay beneath the earth for them land is about something much bigger their identity and a sense of belonging. The following day in another part of the region. Braving the blistering sun the community came together. Just arrived at the window of a tribal council. Scared villagers have gathered in a whole off from the field. Many what our pills and wanting to get here. This is a time to discuss the next step..
"amodio" Discussed on Today in Focus
"We can report suggested here ply for asylum in Britain, just the prime minister agreed that Britain should be a beacon for. Human rights and those fleeing religious persecution. Prime minister to the gentlemen, that our primary concern is for the safety and security of I see a baby and and family we want to see swift revenue resolution of the situation. Obviously, there's an issue for the government and courts in Pakistan, and the prime minister Imran Khan has publicly supported the supreme court and promised to uphold the rule of law while providing protection for us, but a number of countries are in discussion about providing a safe destination for her once the legal processes complete. I'm sure the house. I'm sure the house will understand given the sensitivity of this case it wouldn't be right to comment on the details of those proposals at this stage. But we remain in close contact with international partners to ensure as long term safety and her interests. With oh, say seen Canada have said that they would offer her sign with think France has to in Italy, the very hardline anti immigration, interior minister Matteo's Vanni has also said that they will offer assign them to say baby, which extrordinary they're closing their doors to Syrian refugees who are crossing the Mediterranean boats. But they are saying that in this case, they will offer a sign, and it's little example of how babies case has become quite politicized. Because there's going to be a big events staged by eight the church in Italy to illuminate all the major sites in Venice in read as a Mark of first of all solidarity as women who are persecuted because of their faith, essentially, we're hearing from people who hardly the champions of refugees championing Asiya BB. Why did you think that is? It's definitely important case, and it should be champion. Ship be taken out of Pakistan and bacon, assign elsewhere. But the thing that worries me is the sometimes cases like babies can be used as a proxy for Islam phobia. So the case of a Christian who's being persecuted can be championed by someone who really wants to use it as a way of making a statement about Islam, but the thing in Pakistan is the blasphemy laws are used against Muslims to. So there are many Amodio limbs and the plus meet laws used against them skates. Christians. Harry. Thanks very much. You can read all the reporting from Harriet. I'm Memphis at the guardian dot com. After the break. Should we be pleased to learn that.
"amodio" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"And hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to San Francisco, so we can speak weighed Suheil Sony, co-founder Ennio. So massive world. Welcome to the show K tell the listeners about who you are. And what you do. Absolutely. Thank you so much for having me on this show. Well, let me let me talk on the personal friend, and then I can tell you about what I do. I I live in the US I immigrated here from India, and I'm being here for on twenty is and I reside with my wife, and so can Vati and then on what I do. I'm the co founder of Allio, which is a high growth startup in recruiting technology. And now, we are I think now enough full otehr prior to this. I had a job in management consulting with McKinsey and company before that I had another startup which was also you quickly fun. And prior to that I got my PHD in engineering, which is what brought me to the US in the first place. Fantastic. Now, full no research on you guys. I quickly discovered. The Elliott is an end to end aaagh recruiter that makes your recruiting delightful. Deficient with intelligent, automated and conversational engagement fear. Texting? So I've got to ask what is the role of artificial intelligence, and what advantages does it help you offer the recruiting solutions outlined you've done. Good research. I think that's a fantastic summary. In fact, I think it took us it took us several months summaries. Thanks for doing that Tago research. I think I think two roles to do advantages. So for for a one is it makes it more conversational and second of the feedback in the morning writes, a traditional software has offered primarily just automation. And what we're doing now is with the use of AI, which includes your NLP and machine learning the NFL peop- are allows for making the same automation more engaging conversation. So it ends up being one Mendy ace in Kronos conversation like you would have with the human. As opposed to going through a software form and filling that up in a dedicated session. That's the first part of it. And then the second part of it has again trying to mimic the human brain. But far from that at current state is the learning aspect of it, which is using a and this time machine learning is how can you use the memory and the right management mathematical statistics to make sure it learns about the system in imbibing the knowledge just like humans do as they become more expedience and using that to make smarter decisions going forward. And so it's those two aspects that make it may unique make way at vantage is- over tradition systems, and for my understanding the technology behind you Elliott, utilizes deep flow conversational AI to handle those complex and persistent multi-step workflows which can be incredibly cumbersome to if we do have any recruiters listening. Can you just talk me through exactly how? It works and how the algorithms can actually predict candidate quality based on that interaction with the system. Absolutely. And I think this is this is the best part. Of addition give you the full picture on how it comes in practice. So first and foremost, Leo would go and read all the job Rex to these your job post on the cardio website. And it tries to understand what's the job title. What's the location, and what are the basic requirements from the job for the job? Both from the job bracket anything in the app to contracting system, ending internal systems with that knowledge. That's now being imparted into Allio. It starts talking with applicants to understand what kind of jobs, do they want and show them relevant jobs and add as a third step. It begins to screen those applicants for the job that they chosen based on the basic requirements that Allio has learned has a footstep then goes forward and for those who have qualified. Based on those basic requirements. How you would go ahead and even schedule interviews with the hiding team members Beatrice crew has be hiding managers and for those who do not qualify route time to other jobs or respectfully ask them to check back later. And then once those interviews a done deal continues based on the shooting process that that organization follows which could include extending offers doing background checks checking in with new hires to make sure they happy or find any areas of discontent. And in this way, Neil at basically going all the way from first learning order, the different job Rex northern requirements due to having deep conversations, which are very complicated and dynamic all the way from presenting relevant jobs, do screening them extending authors addio is able to offer this end to end automated recruiting the Truter that is able to provide these. Not step
"amodio" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So that's that's that on that. So you got my friend to call him. It'd be great because he's on the scene. But I don't think he's gonna he can't call in because he's on this case. So that's good. What does that say? It's the phone number. But we call it. In the parking lot. So. I wonder what the sound the there was some sort of explosion. According to the news that when they were taking this guy into custody. Well, they have a bird's eye view. Obviously the van is that is showing the pictures of the van before they covered it up. The interesting thing is that they're not from the chopper shots. They're not showing any of the Trump or the Hillary stuff on the van, and you can't really see it from helicopter. But there was a shot earlier where it was we're going to try to call that autozone. And see if we get somebody on the phone to give us an update from their location right now, the van is on a flatbed being towed away to the FBI headquarters. Broward sheriff's office made the arrest. The FBI is handling this case. It's their case. The president is going to address this this arrest shortly. Also, I'm told Amodio DOJ will have a press conference at two thirty is what they're saying. The president will speak sooner rather than later. You had a son on this morning in this guy. Whoever dish you go away for a long long time. I wonder if he knew something when you talk to him it's possible. Yeah. Possible. Well, you know, when they said yesterday that they were looking at these originating from Miami or Broward, they must have had an idea of what was you know? Other than the lack of the word. I'm saying. And I had that feeling too. And nobody's answering the autozone store. I'm guessing that they're standing outside watching in amazement that they got this guy and their parking lot. So Garrett keep trying if he's talking to somebody. No. Talking to anybody. Lettering. I back a few minutes. Again. I I didn't think they didn't answer because they're probably getting so many calls for the media right now. It's it's just ridiculous. But again, right now, the tow truck with the blue tarp is on state road, seven four forty one and plantation. Steer clear. Southwell the roads that they have to police vehicles on either side of that van escorting it to the FBI headquarters of Miami. Oh, two plus one. It looks like it's many motorcade actually the thing that that. I'm most worried about is how do they know if there's anything explosive in that van? They did not search that. I didn't see any dogs. Did you hear oh, those CNN is now reporting that authorities are investigating a package that was addressed to Kamala Harris, also this is a new one from just two minutes ago. Yeah. This is very interesting to watch this play up. Let's do this. We'll take a timeout. I'm on. I'm trying to get a hold of my Buddy's still if I get some more information before anybody else gets it. Which would be a nice thing. They are going. It looks like two miles an hour. By the way on state road seven unless there's a traffic could be a traffic light. And the police have to block off the side streets are going by that is Broward boulevard that they're going for right now. So they're stopping traffic at the intersection. That's why. But they're still actually no they're still going pretty slow. They're not moving at a fast pace are timeout. You're listening to the Rick Steven show choice here, the Florida.
"amodio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Save by aeronautical. What oh pitch. There's a strike to story odor is. He's no hitter is no longer as any eighth inning. With a three nothing lead for the twins. Target field against the Yankees, Jake bird. The no hit bid with a double hundred twenty pitches for odor is the coupon. Radha Greg bird, excuse me with it. Cue ball to the right side fueled by Goldstein with a gloves shovels into the pitcher Corbett covered the bag for the album here, another great defensive play by Paul Goldschmidt. You know? That's not the. The highlights tonight. That's not gonna play that people are going to be talking about for Falko trip. Looking so easy. He's got such quick feet at first base and cable to take the ball in the glove. Shallow. They're rushing to get the out could play right there by Paul. So one out here is Matt Holliday who sold for to the have gotten to run three one Minnesota top of the eight coming into play today. The Yankees yesterday trail Boston by nine division. The Red Sox won one nothing over Toronto. Right handed. Batting holiday. Looks at ball. One low and outside the AKIs holding the top wildcard spot Oakland the second wildcard. And the as coming into play today were to behind the Yankees, Oakland one ten nothing at ten run. Third inning multiple at ten nothing with this holiday punches one in the right field. That's a base. It is soft liner. Ten hits now for Colorado. And one out face runner. Four desperate. That holiday. Got a slider down the way outside of the strike zone stake at this head on it. And just went the other way just like he did in his prime when he was getting hits good job right there by the Yankees Luis the as are just one game behind the Yankees. Now. Wildcard hunt. It could be battling data. The industry is going to host that wildcard Amodio Oakland has visions of catching the Astros. They trailed Houston. By three and a half coming into played it. There is a strike. Desmond. Rather by three games, they trailed used to this. Both the as of the Astros want Houston winning at Detroit today. Five four or interesting thing about the as Yankee race is dead home field advantage is going to be a major factor in the next series which will be against Boston. Let's rank pitched Desmond outside wanted. One Boston one hundred game today. They're gonna end up with the best record in the league. That means they're going to play the winner of the wild card game in the division series. And when you look at it if the game is played in Oakland. Then if the Yankees had to fly all the way, the Oakland play again, they got to fly all the way back and play boss. Remember they end the season against Boston. So they'd be going Boston Oakland Boston and then having to play a series without their number one starter. One one pitch in the dirt knocked down by available. So for the Yankees perspective. If they're gonna get in they need to have home field advantage. So they don't have that travel might Mary not as big a deal for Oakland. Because if they get hope field advantage there there they go to New York and win. They're right up the street to Boston. So it's not as big a deal broken as.
"amodio" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"We mentioned on the podcast before because Jason thought, because you just had a baby that should be Brandon Lewis, the party chairman for the Tory. So neither would vote in these crunch votes. Brandon is did. There was quite love outrage. Taking the on Twitter and Jillian Smith, the chief whip and Brandon. News for quick to say, sorry to this wasn't honest mistake the times today claiming that it wasn't so nice. Actually, she ends Memphis trying to encourage other MP's on pairing arrangements to do similar thing because they were so worried about this vote. You've had Andrea leads him today, is that she was one of the MP's ONA Perry arrangement, and she received no such instructions, but I think we'd just go to see weather story goes because the times of the grants to think this is the case. Hence, when they ran with it, I think is very bad optics for the government. And lib Dem's went to make as much political capital out this possible. So they're trying to get an edge question on it and trying to get and Smith to give a statement in the highest. It's just quite wrath or chief whip today. I've personally suspect that Janine Smith is safe for this reason which is what you would need to force him out essentially would be for one of these MP's in a pairing arrangement to come forward and say, the chief whip told me to break the Pat on. I mean, anyone who's going to do that because it would be such a brutal act to your own colleague. And Secondly, if you took down the chief whip in such a fashion, you would find that the whips office would dedicate the rest of our life to making your life difficult. So when you base it, he asked for slip to head off to your daughter's wedding or whatever you resolve is crucial government legislation. You can't leave the building. So I think you know if he's not particularly high minded honorable reasons. But for this reason, I think I find it very hone to believe an MP will be prepared to come forward and publicly stay on the record. I was told to break a pairing arrangement show, and Theresa May is not the only one bringing out her diplomatic, a game today, new brakes, it's extra Dominic. Robb will be meeting Michelle Baena. In Brussels, James, what can we expect from that meeting those women's dome it wrong, trying to say on going to be more involved in these negotiations, van David Davis was one of Davis's, great complaints. Was he being Kakata of a loop on this? I think we wait to see where we get. There's no joint press conference Barney, but we wait to see what we get any hint from that. All what Bonier thinks of jackets plan. The word is that the commission on hugely skeptical but are trying to say, made that to opiates katie's love stay in the punt call Asia and also because they wanna find the trees may is forward. They they still regard her as the best person for them to negotiate with and they want more, but it's going to built in the UK which ruling on checkers would do. I wasn't as interesting because we will see a very different dynamic. I think between dome rob Amodio, Bonnie David, a very proud of the idea that he was kind of charming Boston the he could get on with these guys, all very smooth. I don't. Rob will seek a different kind of relationship with Michelle von perhaps more confrontational, perhaps more direct. Yeah, and we are going to get MS charbonnet conference on Friday, but it'd be answering questions from Jan this. So I think depending on how that goes, might James says, has skeptical that should revved up the engines from some exciting Sunday front pages of angry, Brexit, Erin, MP's, love it, and James labor, having troubles, too. That's an extraordinary from page from the Jewish chronicle this morning. What does it say? It takes on the Margaret Hodge comments about Jeremy Kuban legend. Here's a kind of anti Seema in a racist because of this refusals looking broadly accepted definition of antisemitism in the labour party's rules. I think this is quite extrordinary because the Jewish clinical doesn't normally do from pages like this, and it is a fact that this is happening..
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"Solomon dot com y o r a m s o l o m o n dot com and i want to ask you about one of your other books which is until creativity how corporate america can out innovates startups where do you how do you where did you get the title on kill creativity because it's compelling but it's also a little scary well you'd actually came from an article that came from theresa amodio theresa anabela is a professor for she initially was professor first psychology but then moved to the business school in harvard and she wrote an article and i'm trying to remember i think the year was ninety eight and the title of the article was how to kill creativity and she gave her model both the factors that affect three to the indoor workplace she wrote books seems dan and she was my hero in that area of what affects creativity organizations are used a lot of her work in my dissertation that was on the same topic why are people so much more creative when they work in startups then when they working mature companies and i thought that when he was i was ready to not only explain why those differences are but what can large companies due to be as creative as startups because i truly believed that every company has the potential of being the most innovative company in the world and it's just a matter of culture so when i put together all those rules and all those processes and things that companies need to do i thought that the best title would be to kind of close the cycle close this circle with theresa arrogance article how secure creativity and write a book on how to kill creativity so it is fascinating so explain that to us if you were just going to give us the the and you gave us the reason for it but how do you how do you do that how do you know the culture starting with you so how do you really make that work how do you build that right culture.
"amodio" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Dot com y o r a m s o l o m o n dot com and i want to ask you about one of your other books which is until creativity how corporate america can out innovate startups how where do you where did you get the title on kill creativity because it's compelling but it's also a little scary well you'd actually came from an article that came from theresa amodio theresa anna bill is a professor for she initially was professor for psychology but then moved to the business school in harvard and she wrote an article and i'm trying to remember i think the year was ninety eight and the title of that article was how to kill creativity and she gave her model both the factors that affect three in the workplace she wrote books since then and she was my hero in that area of what effects creativity in organizations are used a lot of her work in my dissertation that was on the same topic why are people so much more creative when they work in startups then when they work in mature company and i thought that when he was i was ready to not only explain why those differences are but what can large companies due to be as creative as startups because i truly believe that every company has the potential of being the most innovative company in the world and it's really just a matter of culture so when i put together all those rules and all those processes and things that companies need to do i thought that the best idol would be to kind of close the cycle close this circle with theresa ambulance article how to kill creativity and write a book on how to un kill creativity so fascinated so explain that to us if you're just going to give us the the and you gave us the reason for it but how do you how do you do that how do you know the culture starting with you so how do you really make that work.
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"The idea of using the military's budget to pay for a border wall with mexico the president has raised the idea of using pentagon money for his proposed border wall on social media and in a meeting with house speaker paul ryan here at the white house press secretary sarah sanders offered no details i can't get into the specifics of that at this point but i can't tell you that the continuation of building the wall is ongoing government agencies have limited a thirty to reprogram their budget funding without congressional approval greg clugston the white house caesar travel times for facebook facebook stock dropped thirteen and a half percent yesterday after allegations that cambridge analytica political consulting firm working for the trump campaign got data inappropriately from millions of facebook users now the federal trade commission says it's investigating the social media giant's privacy practices plus lawmakers in washington and attorneys general for thirty seven us states and territories are demanding answers in calling for inqu queries and officials across europe have also been raising questions matt small washington speaker paul ryan has gone denying rumors that he's about to resign spokeswoman for ryan issued a statement saying the speaker is not resigning after rumors started circulating again this week that he was ready to step down nevada republican mark amodio told a local tv station that the rumor mill in washington was that ryan would step down in the next thirty to sixty days that he's likely to be replaced by louisiana steve scalise speculation about ryan's futures been circulating for months for the record ryan has said he'll make a decision about reelection later this spring capitol hill correspondent wally is japan's prime minister has reiterated that any talks with north korea must end its nuclear weapons program following an unexpected meeting this week between the leaders of north korea and china prime minister obey told a parliamentary committee wednesday that japan has great interest in what happened in hopes to receive an explanation from china this is townhall.
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"The worst traffic in american um amodio la are at present it out over the scoreboard and see how you guys did with jose uh no my landlord just texted me being too loud by law a knee god i love you so much you got one correct alpine guys got a couple of questions in and flurry we did not win the money but this was the funniest addition of winberg's by russell after and i feel good about that i appeal looks really mean that too i do you deserve it there and i'll give it to the other and let's go over the answers last night mariah goss who became the first american woman to land the triple axel liane only two other women have ever done in the history of the games what's it the largest freshwater lake in the world is located right here in our country is lake superior out i don't ha one thousand seven hundred square miles shared by michigan minnesota and wisconsin what process food translates a little golden things in spanish derycoe's yet the french fries was the natural choice hey what we're dribble who was invented in the '60s and was originally calls nursing snowboarding it was called sn urging short for snow surfing timbuktu israel place to a false that's true it's located in mali africa and for the sixth year in a row what city was voted as having the worst traffic in america that will be los angeles la drivers span average of one hundred two hours in congested traffic in 2017 new york dig with second on that list me found the not guys yeah when the money but.
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"The stitches they'll bella track where he get ready for jacksonville be the best we can take this as we can for the team to do this for us oregon amodio patriots and jaguars get things started on sunday the eagles in vikings play the late afternoon game go to fake news here the packers bringing back scott mccurry who was let go along with dom capers maturely codes the inside linebackers last season unclear what position hill hold under mike patten espn first the break the news former packers assistance edgar bennett might target act joined jon gruden staff in oakland and in college basketball tonight the badgers taking on the fighting ally illinois oh ensue six and conference play the bands or two and four to five times set for eight o'clock that was pretty a few sit for bill bella check that was almost i was our centers thick second cut that's pretty long for him during championship week absolutely so what really happened behind the scenes that led all those changes with the packers top brass are wayne lehrer begets the inside scoop from pete doherty of the press is that it's all in his latest playbyplay podcast on wtmjcom presented by your local chevy dealer it's 447 you're the top stories we're following and this friday afternoon president trump has cancelled a planned trip to florida to celebrate the oneyear anniversary of his inauguration he will stay in washington as the threat of a government shutdown tonight continues wisconsin's been added to the federal government's list of state with severe outbreaks of the flu the cdc says nationwide thirty children have died from the virus so far this season ten of them dying this week alone and milwaukee civic milwaukee sending out new letters warning families of potential let exposure from the city's water hear much more in these stories coming up at five o'clock it is 448 to check at your ride home the roads and todee our next inside the locker room with great bought the draft season in the nfl and wall we know the mocked rousing gospel i'll tell you why early thoughts are very pleasing the packers fans i'll do it tonight at seven twenty four sorts center with greg matsick on wtmj hi this is the.
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"You know i may be amodio hunter something but i do make a point to try to end up going places offseason and so i've been quite lucky away fine my far you're hill like no i never i'm nervous cut him out breadline fine i mean i've been like and it probably many americans i've been to like rockefeller square christmas time or something like that experienced it in in in a local sets uh but in terms of international travel uh i think you know i and i think that's it's come with its own unique set of experiences toucas a you know when talking about places being closed down in talking from experience like i've gotten to do some really need things but i am also you know in venice when it's very cold and rainy verses when it's you know nice warm outsider something like that but you know the benefit is that saint mark's us very far fewer tourists than it would otherwise i will say i have stood in both sunsari me again you can listen to me discuss answer any indepth come from coast i've said it censoring and literally thorpe's i am effectively on a circuit that everyone his walking and if i slow down it's a bit like being on a running track because people behind will get annoyed because they're going around and i have been in amsterdam and thoughts noone within within sight is the only the it isn't author tourist or someone hate to sell something for the tourist like postcards or coffee and that did feel a little bit a sats it felt like i was in a cheap movie version of amsterdam sense rainy and it was very disappointing yet of had mixed experiences in some of these places because it certainly been in the parts of barcelona when i was there parts of the city where certainly overrun and felt inaccessible felt like what you're describing which is this everybody here is either a visitor or servicing visitors you know kind of business and it didn't feel like that was in a particularly authentic way same thing with venice it's like any where i go in italy i have a little bit of a in a sort of inside track because typically my wife for her fan.
"amodio" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,
"Like lived in live in transition assistance right through to whether you want meal support at harvey cooking and if i can talk herman about a group that i think is undeserved his men with it disorders like i've seen from day one of recovered living opening i've had an explosion of enquiries and people taking up coaching who on men and i think partly because there is that stigma of men having eating disorders and so they don't wanna go to a therapist office but just the availability of being able to do it online i've had men not just for america all over the world who contact nian reached out and said hey i have an eating any disorder and not even my partners can we talk about it and like yeah we can talk about it and so i think the online pieces while it gives people the auction two i guess do the toll in the water without having to technical plunged like let's niches arkhan that conversation and and see what that looks like well i'm going to put a link to your site in the show notes of people can find you and definitely encourage everyone to check it out sounds like such a great organization and i'm so excited to to share this message with people and to have talk to you today it's really wonderful talking with you thank you i've had such a grand time talking about this because i think it's just it's something i wanna talk about more and safe and hugo conversation and i've thoroughly enjoyed with me too so that's our show thanks so much to christie amodio for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening if you've gotten something out of this podcast please help us reach more people who need to hear the anti diet message by sharing this episode on apple podcast i tuned or your favorite podcast platform sheringham on the.
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"The stored rips this guy is only only a year in jail i mean i guess that's the law certainly not what he deserves certainly not what he deserves and instead this story is very heartbreaking because it has to do with my hometown of the south shore of staten island this is where i grew up this is the neighborhood i grew up him is it this block where this incident that i'm about to describe occurred i heard you know is walking distance from where my mom lives and there's a black front father forty two yearold father that lives in amodio and he found his car vandalized and with all sorts of racist graffiti the vandals scratched onto the car on your hood of his car and the word and they didn't say an word they spelled out and word get out on the hood annan additionally on the trunk of the car move be word and we're all sorts of scratches to this car all over the place this is hatred this is awful i don't know why anyone would do this and they haven't caught the person yet or or the people responsible for this but this is particularly egregious in my view because it reinforces so many negative stereotypes that people have have about the south shore of staten island there have been media portrayals and other other conversations about what what the people in the south shore of staten island to like oh here they're all a bunch of racist trump supporting jerks the don't welcome blacks this is a stereotype and the stigma that i have been forced to to fight my whole life and whoever did this set the cause of promoting staten island promoting staten islanders promoting racial harmony within staten island within the her in particular back so many years so i'm outraged that these vandals are out there and i hate that the nature of their graffiti was racist i want an harvey weinstein he is a total crepe i also want to denounce the women and the people but especially the women like jane fonda that new what harvey weinstein was up to and remain silent i do denounce you uh i wanna denounced the website moments in time dotcom you know what they're doing this weekend there auctioning off a copy.
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"Coming up on tech nation one way or another it's all about the brave our main interview today focuses on militaryrelated ptsd i speak with dr seth letterman from tonics pharmaceuticals they are drug has been fasttracked by the f ta then on tech nation health chief correspondent daniel craft and i speak with jordan amodio about the emerging technology in the field of neurosurgery and dr elliott gould steam from promise neurosciences tells us that is not just any clash that brings about alzheimer's all this coming up on this week's tech nation let's take fought with more regard this is five minutes well i was taking a lift the other day and a few blocks remind home the driver suddenly said oh look there's one of our driverless cars i turned and saw car with a contraption on its roof which looked like a google map car with a decent job there is a driver and their right i immediately asked oh yes said my driver but he's not supposed to interfere unless something goes wrong that he takes over the steering wheel he proceeded to demonstrate taking over the steering wheel although we already had his hands on the steering wheel so is either a mock demonstration why was missing something key about how a driver and a driverless car takes control even so there is a bigger issue here regarding trust and by that i mean trust that this technology is really going to work day in day out ride in ride out in the three weeks into this very month san francisco has had four accidents with driverless cars and in all four the other guy was at fault and by other guy of course i mean a real guy and not a driverless attendant who was ready to take the wheel it's hard to figure out what to do with the statistic since we don't know how many driverless cars are running around while we all suspect there are plenty of fender benders in san francisco every day being human myself i think there's a basic flaw in thinking the driverless car safety records will build trust in.