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Air pollution listed as cause of 9-year-old's death
"We start the show today with the story of ella kissy deborah. A girl who smile could melt. The coldest hard severe bouts of coughing sent ella to the hospital several years ago. I promised her that. I would do everything to find out why she had suddenly become ill. I promise said that. That's ella's mom. Rosalind kissy deborah. The family lived alongside one of london's busiest most toxic roadways after dozens of trips to the emergency room. Ella died in two thousand thirteen when she was just nine years old. Her mother encouraged experts. To plot on a graph. The link between ellas hospital visits and the air pollution levels outside their home and walk is every time there was a spike was in hospital. And this happened. Twenty seven out of the twenty eight times today in a landmark case accord in the uk rule. That air pollution was one of the causes of the girl's death. Stephen holgate a professor of immunopharmacology at the university of southampton studied aleksey deborah's case and offered testimony to the court. She was a a very healthy girl until she was five years. Old men asthma developed suddenly and over two and a half years. She had twenty seven admissions to hospital which included intensive care cardiac arrests. And when i went into the case notes and look at the various pathological details it was very clear that airways were being strict of the protective lining and had lung was extremely sensitive to chemical pollution. She wasn't living on a knife edge. This go beilin sing on one side of a line which just a small trigger would be sufficient to ten Asmara inter catastrophic event. So i asked you about the environment that led to her death. What did the court exactly rule today. In her case it ruled. the pollution. Generally created by traffic is likely was the coal is not only off the poll. Hell she had for two and a half years but also the initiation of asthma and we were able to be The coroner was able to be quite confident about this mainly because was living in illegal levels of pollution for all the time of her life and this of course linked to the pathological changes. I've just described was why pollution was so strongly associated with death on her illness. What do you think this ruling is so important. I think is the first time appalachian direct. They has been attributed to a death of a child. And i think as a consequence of this. It's put a spotlight on app pollution. Which is not just a statistic in relation to human house where we will no absolution is damaging these real people at the end of these statistics and cheers won that. Pay the cost. If this nine year old girls family had the means to move to a less polluted area. She have likely lived. What's your opinion. There are clinical trials. Demonstrate you just what you said child with asthma who has just regular not severe asthma like she has a moose. From a polluted polluted. Area do benefit enormously uncontrolled. Trials have been published in this area so on quite set that if she Today she would have actually done read. Probably quite well and send you wouldn't have died. I mean l. Is tragic story has a dramatic final ending here but this is a huge problem in the us. Where sources of air pollution things like coal fired power plants. They've historically been built near lower income neighborhoods often neighborhoods with people of color. Is that a problem in the uk as well. Oh we sat as inequalities which you just referred to of course which is reflected in covert as well as company experiencing is very much linked to those most vulnerable and often knits the poorer who get exposed to the west pollution. Do you think today's ruling opens the door to the possibility that environmental policy will increasingly be legislated through the courts at least in the uk. I'm hoping the united kingdom government will respond to this in a very positive way. We need the government as well as the medical and health authorities to recognize. That pollution is an urgent and serious problem. That really does need attending to stephen. Holgate is a professor of immunopharmacology at the university of southampton. Thank you very
Travel to Singapore
"I'd like to welcome to the show Ashley Hall who is coming to us from Singapore and coming to talk to us about Singapore actually welcome to the show, Chris How's it going? You're not originally from Singapore. Accent you might have that might have picked that up. I remember Ginnie British. I've lived in a couple of different countries in Europe but I've moved single six months ago. Got In Britain in Singapore are just so alike that they islands just once unskilled. Excellent and why should someone go to Singapore? So I was just reading this morning actually apparently now it's the fifth most visited city in the world. So lots of people are interested in right now. Really. Yeah. So what's really put it at the top of people's minds especially I guess in the US is film out Crazy Rich Asian Plus filled with an Asian costs and it sentencing a ball it's really about spying author who who live here is a great book to read as well logging maybe watching the film, but it's GonNa. Love people interested about the architecture. It's a Super Morton city I fell in love with a couple of times after I visited people think of Marina Bay Sands, which is the the futuristic hotel within a became. The tau is like a Super Modin accessible way to enjoy Asia. Excellent. And what would you recommend? We do when we come to Singapore. Burst important thing to think about when he come to. Singapore, is the climate. So if I can share with you the first time I came I was visiting because my sister married a Singaporean and I wanted to come and check out the place in. The family but I think I have my expectations about how hot and sticky was GONNA be. Status because I couldn't stand it first time offense even Singapore I'm like I'm so please beginning I WANNA go back somewhat cool because it just wasn't ready for it but. Time after time I sent back Bethel work and the the place grew on me so my recommendation would be. Be A wet. It's GONNA be hot and sticky at pack accordingly, pack light clothes and try and real your day. So the schedule so I'm GONNA give you. With that in mind that we're GONNA try and keep you indoors during the midday sun and then enjoying these nice evening shorts and tee shirt whether evening. I've is arriving during the week because the the attractions will be quieter. So if you're coming in from the US most US flights coming in the morning, some European direct flights arrive in the morning as well. Some Poli time ones come in the afternoon. So settling, arrive, get your bearings adjusting the trying walk around a little bit to walk off the Jet Lag I. Think a a great way once you've done that it's the head of. The flower the gardens by the bay. Just the other side of the Marina SANS EXACTLY BEHIND MARINA BAY SANDS TO ICONIC DOMES that you'll recognize from Lupul skyline. and. The great because they're conditioned. Fussy. Let's just be honest the inside and it's a really interesting place to domes one. Is called the flouting and it's quite dry. When you go inside, it's woman it's dry and it's X. exhibiting flowers from all over the world. So it's specialized stuff that's from Southeast Asia they also have a nice a subtropical garden as well. So it's just nice to walk around there and adjust, but the real killer, the the thing that I absolutely love about Singapore it's my favorite is the cloud forest dime. super interesting. They've simulated under get picky about this I'm a joker for by training. They seem the cloud for th. So sort of what you've seen as like Costa Rica, they increase the temperature, increase the humidity, but kept relatively cool. So you get this two layers to it and you've got one layer, which is I think stimulating like a thousand foot and then the next up another five hundred feet. So you see in this one attraction to different attitudes of short. and. It's amazing. They've got waterfalls. It's misty. You get amazing views of the city because it's. Greenhouse. You can see the downtown from that and yes just a really interesting exhibit. One reason you can see the downtown from there is that it's multi level. So it's not it's not a flat dome you're climbing up into this I. thought it was great to I. Completely Agree With Your assessment that I've only been in the cloud dome I haven't been in the Flower Dome Safe. You'll shorten time just do the. For they do a combined ticket so you can get a ticket to both, and then if you get that, you also have access to something cool to tree books, which is why I'd recommend doing straight ASTA. So anybody who's familiar with David ATTENBOROUGH BBC a series will know that I mean it's it's a pretty gloomy story about the environment but I found it really interesting how he ended one of the series by saying he held up Singapore's the example, the shots of of these magic trees and that's without artificial. Singapore's created this this area on reclaimed land within the last ten years, which is why is expected to come on the show and talk about it is the last episode was about ten years ago said anyone hasn't been recently does lose more stuff to do and they've created this brand new downtown area and they've given it over completely to this garden because the advantage of being in the tropics is. Amazing chlorophyll and really great environment to grow that stuff. The Tree Wilkes they've laced together artificial materials and then allowed plants to grow up them. So they all human creative forest, which is super interesting David Asmara's just saying, Hey, this is the future of what cities should be not keeping each our cities but bringing them in being sensitive environment. On the treetop walks can elevate which takes you up quite high and you between these trees but then parade. Ten stories off I. Guess See have again a really nice view of the city a number recommending the doing this in the late afternoon time four PM onwards when it's cooler. So yeah, that's a super interesting attraction
A Climate Change Solution Right Under Our Feet
"Got into soil as an undergraduate student at the University of Osmar. This is Asmara at Bir. Hey she's a professor of soil bio geochemistry at the University of California and mirsaid where we went to visit her but her lifelong love affair with soil began in Eritrea. So when I started I was an eighteen year old student at the university. It didn't know really anything about soil. And I took an introduction to soil science course I was blown away at how that opened my world in my eyes. I was hooked still learning Asmara at fell in love with something that seems just like this every day brown thing we might occasionally get stuck to our shoes but really what is it. What is soil? It's a product of breakdown of rocks and also incorporated incorporates residues of dead plants and animals that used to live in the land before but the mixture of this breakdown products of rocks and residue of organic matter that lived creates these incredibly rich resource that we then every living thing on. The face of the earth depends on for our life for our livelihood for our food. Fiber needs in everything else. You can imagine there's only about six foot of this magical rock and residue mix covering the earth surface on average and so it's not very deep when you think about it in reality it's that thin veil that represents the difference between life and likeness in the system all this is beautiful and obviously incredibly fundamental life on earth and there's plenty we could and probably will say in the future about soil and food but this episode we're focusing specifically on the carbon and soil in carbon is continuously being exchanged between the soil and the atmosphere because when plants photosynthesis they take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and then they use it to build their bodies and upon death the bodies in the bodies of every living things that consume the plants into the soil and get stored there are soil carbon basically carbon gets into the soil through two main butts. There's the plant matter itself when it dies but also while the plan is live its roots. Push out carbon-based sugars into the soil to feed microbes. Those microbes are also of course made of carbon. So that's more carbon the soil but like Asmara's said this is a cycle plants take up soil. Carbon use it for food and some of the carbon escapes back into the atmosphere some carbon just cycles through soil really quickly. It doesn't stay in the soil but some of it does. There are particular microbes that can help soil carbon get stuck together into clumps so it can't be consumed or escape to the atmosphere and there are particular soil minerals that react with soil carbon and form chemical bonds that also keep it from being consumed in released scientists call these clumps aggregates basically they're like little vaults some carbon might leak out of those vaults but most of it stays there for decades some of it stays for centuries so in a way you can think about the soil serving as the bank for Carbon Carbon comes in carbon comes out Just like we deposit money in our bank and then was drove over time. But if you deposit more than you withdraw than your bank account grows and the soil carbon over time basically grew because the system as a whole we were depositing more into the soil carbon bank than we were withdrawing but right now we're doing the opposite in the past our soil. Carbon Bank account was in good shape. We're talking geological time here but over billions of years more carbon got deposited than was released. That's what made places like the midwestern prairies. The world's great agricultural soils so fertile. But here's the thing in the past two Hundred Years. We've released a lot of carbon from soil. Scientists disagree about the exact amount but everyone agrees it's a lot billions and billions of tons. So how exactly did we lose all that carbon for soil bank account? What have we been doing since the war? The farmer has nearly doubled his production until today. He is beating himself and seventeen others. What made this greater increase possible. Power power made available through the farm tractor which meant greater efficiency modern agriculture and especially tractors. Anytime you break up soil and expose it those clumps. We talked about release. Their carbon in the past farming was more small scale and not mechanized so it causes less disturbance in the soil and so it released less carbon. But that's not how things work today. Tractors Rolling over fields and breaking them up so they can be easily planted that releases a lot of carbon quickly over a much larger area plus all these machines mean. We can farm a lot more land more quickly which means we release. Its carbon to the amount of land used for farming around. The world has grown exponentially especially since World War Two. Of course there are other things that expose and break up. Soil deforestation draining wetlands but agriculture is huge. A profound drop in Solar Ganic matter has happened virtually everywhere we've farmed no one contests this somewhere. Between thirty and seventy percent of the Solar Ganic matter is gone from agricultural fields after several decades once. You Start Farming Tim. Cruz is the director of research at the Land Institute in Salina Kansas and he says soil that has lost that much. Carbon is considered degraded so there was a recent report released by the UN that stated that close to about half of the world soil so now considered degraded half which is obviously not good. So why don't we stop with all the tractors in the plowing to understand why we need tractors our current system? Why we tear up the soil for all our crops. The critical thing to understand is that nearly all of our crops are annual plants. Annuals have to be planted each year and at the end of the season they die. Most plants in the world are not annual plants there. What's called perennials? They just grow and then one day after decade or hundreds of years in the case of trees they die. It's interesting note that there's almost no natural. Ecosystems that are dominated by annual plants in the world it just does not exist prairies forests savannahs deserts. Tundra and rainforests all of these ecosystems are overwhelmingly dominated by perennial species. And it's the roots of those species that developed the soils have the world most plants are perennials are of course some manuals in nature as well but if most plants are perennials. Why are nearly all the plans we use for food annuals to answer that we have to go back thousands of years to before the start of agriculture so when you start looking for grains to eat annual wild plants tend to have relatively large seed and relatively large amounts of them? Wild Bernal's tend to have lower C- deal so if you're looking for something to eat usually going to be attracted to that while Daniel Plant laid to haunt is a plant breeder who works with Tim at the Land Institute and he says our ancestors would have found these large seeded annual grasses bringing up in disturbed areas maybe like an animal wallow because that's the ecosystem that annuals are adapted to. They thrive on freshly churned up land but annuals turned out to have an even bigger benefit for our ancestors than just their grain size now of course thousands of years ago. They didn't know anything about genetics or breeding but they would have planted seeds of those annuals and then each year. They chose their favorites to eat and replant. Annuals were perfect. For this process you can get robbed cycles. Obstruction happening unintentionally. Because every year. It's going to have to come from a if you had perennials growing out. There very hard to just accidentally improve them improve their seats is because you just keep going back to the same old plants and harvesting them and they would never change so there was some sense to choosing annuals for our food crops but that choice locked us into tearing up the soil each year to make the kind of environment are food. Plants prefer so with agriculture. What we have to do is mimic disturbance so when I give a presentation to show a picture of volcano. 'cause that's kind of what we do every year. Now you're cultures we level everything we'd wipe out all above ground plant life and re seed our annual grain crop so you're starting from kind of biological ecological ground zero every year we do it. Some perennials mostly fruits and nuts that grow on trees. There are some wild grains like wild rice that's a perennial but eighty percent of all. Our crops are annuals and we locked into that way of growing food at the beginning. And we've lived this legacy when farmers plow their fields before sowing the seeds each spring that triggers a big withdrawal from the soil carbon bank because it busts open those aggregates that were guarding carbon safely in the soil. And when you break it open with with tillage plow disc microbes have access to that stored carbon and they have a heyday. They just start shout out and they eat up that Solar Ganic matter and they breathe out carbon dioxide in the process micro string and honestly a drink might not be a bad idea at this point because the impact of tilling the soil like this is pretty bad first of all like we said disturbing the soil releases a bunch of carbon into the atmosphere and then of course that carbon isn't available in the soil for the plans to use his food soil carbon is also critical for water storage because those clumps help soil hold onto water when the klumps break up the structure of the soil changes. It doesn't hold water as well. Water runs off the fields. Instead of thinking in and the soil runs off to erosion becomes a bigger problem so carbon storage and soya's good for many many reasons beyond climate change mitigation but also so carbon is really important in terms of climate. Change Mitigation. Because there's so much carbon and soil compared to the atmosphere the small change in the amount of carbon stores and soil can dramatically change the concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth's atmosphere and hence the atmosphere temperature and because so much of the earth is farmland a third of the entire planets ice-free surfaces farmland. That means changing the amount of carbon and agricultural soils would have an outsized impact. Carbon in soil is great for plants and great for the environment and so people have been working on ways to get more carbon into soil for a while but this focus on climate change is a new one because it's becoming clearer and clearer each year that we have to do something anything about our carbon emissions. So what do we do? How do we build our soil carbon backup? I mean the only way to get it back totally is to reverse the process totally and go back to how that organic matter was accumulated in the first place which involved perennial species and not disturbing the
Dining in Vientiane, Laos
"Week. We're heading to allow and its capital Vientienne. Although although not a global guest caught sports is has planned to offer if you know where to go manacles Nicholas toomey spent a year in the and he gives us an insider's guide for wear onto what to eat. If you are in town for the day VINCA is capital but not quite city and his best explored by foot. So skip prepaid breakfast and stride out while it's still OKU head towards town of Park and the French Bakery Annabel's for fresh course on tropical jazz. The bread is also some the best in town. If you decide you want something more local stop off the couch. E store for Liverpool Tae began hanging over French colonial rule in Lao the cow G represents real fusion of the two coaches. The party comes with shredded. Green Papaya carrots. Lots and a dose of Jiao Tong. A sweet and spicy sauce made from Sandra Chili's the begets is delicious. Especially when eaten on a park bench. Lau has an excellent coffee growing climate especially to the South East East on the Boulevard Plateau but the Vietnam War. Stunts at the industry's growth elissa plantations with unexploded bombs the things now beginning to improve and MIASMA ASMARA. Coffee shops have recently opened in the capital to tap into the beans so mid morning. This could be our next stop. I recommend the trail opposite. non-food founded did. It is one of the old time players roasting and grinding their own beans and serving up an excellent brew however common ground. Next Expresso and thirty five millimeter Peter also deserving of mention next on lunch the low Asian rice noodle soup is popular midday option for Viennese. Each each really will serve up their own tapes but my favorite is no food restaurant. Don Plan Road it specializes in thicker slightly chewier noodle talk with braised raise. Beef wants to supervise. It becomes a blank canvas and the assortment sauces condiments and fresh herbs positioned on your table. Come into play for me. Always a big squeeze of Lawn Todd Basel on a heat to spoon of dried Chili. But if you're not feeding hot lunch the heads the Vietnamese restaurant. It was a great man for the fresh. Diy Spring Rolls or classing. The waiter will bring a big basket of green salads cold white noodles and rice paper for so can wrap out a few dips and you have a refreshing tasty mail if you want to hit your five a day than jumping one of the fruit shakes but remember to ask for not it sugar. Both saying I'm as evening approaches. You're likely to develop a first time then to introduce you to allow. The highest is compliment. I've ever heard pay towards the national tipple was from an arch. Shame so great. Shame is Ronin X. pub in Vientiane and told me in all sincerity surety. He believed beer. Lowers the best mass-produce lager in the world. It was. He said one of the reasons he chose to move to allow and start a ball the head towards the river as the days during clothes and sits at one of the Riverside baas upstream from the night market. I'd recommend dark bailout with ice. It goes as well with the sunset especially the mighty Mekong slips on by if you feel like a snack then order some fried Mekong Catfish Mikan with Crisp Crisp cafe leaves and Chili Sauce. Although the river fish are not always delectable if there is a time and a place then surely this Laos else was a French protectorate for sixty years and although the colonial legacy is complicated one positive that remains is excellent French cuisine that at its best incorporates incorporates Lau flavors and ingredients the cash to cook and lobbyists through all serve up great food but if you are in town for one night then it has has to be looked after shelter run by the charismatic couple. Anu and Yasmin Penny. The cavs darning space is an old world. Warrants on
"asmara" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think. Moving on. No. On abusing women. For years before people doing skits. And all of a sudden, bingo, finally, something, we couldn't take care of people spoke with didn't wanna share their opinions on the record at all. And then there was this woman who said she couldn't talk to me, but then stood next to her coworker. Yelling volley interviewed him. Women are tired. What's going on? It's true. It's like you know. Yeah. Nothing. Yeah. You said it's always been a big issue, speaking out. Yeah. LA told me three people were fired. They wouldn't tell me who as far as I can tell Kevin McNamara and Chris Timberlake were not fired. They along with most of the leadership from ally. JFK were reassigned. Meaning they still work for allied, but not a JFK. I asked allies EEO Steve Jones why many of the supervisors were reassigned. So we reassigned employees all the time. Whether it's promotion opportunities or new different challenges, or are they being moved because they, they were at fault of some form for Asmara discrimination. So, so, I'd say, I would say are allegations found to be true, I would say no to why are people being reassigned. Again, we reassigned people reassigned people all the time. This is not an answer. Somebody just say it. We hire these guys, their animals. We must stop as a company. We do we frown upon this. We're making changes. What's so hard to say that. It occurred to me at some point that I've asked Donna the same question almost every time I've talked with her. Did that make you feel powerful? I this about so many different things..
"asmara" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Will Peter Brocklehurst is based at the university of Birmingham where he's a consultant in public health. And he studied these questions as part of an initiative, which is good the baby bio study, so what's the study aiming to establish Peter? Well, we know that mood of birth. Particularly caesarian section when compared with vaginal birth is associated with conditions in childhood such as Asmara and expert and possibly early onset diabetes, and the mechanism that links those early expeditious to this later act comes could be through the microbiome. So we know that babies are born without. Any organisms on the more in them and their first exposure is at the time of birth. If those organisms that colonize, the baby's guts are different between zero and section vaginal birth, but maybe the mechanism by which that risk leads to the later outcomes for the baby how are you doing the study? So we've taken samples of maternal PU we've taken time pulls a baby poo. We've taken cord blood in we've taking vaginal swab samples, and then of course, we've linked to of together. And we're falling those babies, so we've analyzed the PU samples in particular taking a day four seven twenty one and between six and ten months. And I'm looking at the organisms that we find linking those together squabbling them to the mode of bit of them of the baby. So at the moment the association that we know of the one you mentioned is that we've taken people who whom we know were born by caesarean section, and we said these individuals have an elevated risk of asthma, other allergies and an intestinal diseases. But we don't know what role the. Microbiome is playing here you're saying you're going to follow these individuals..
"asmara" Discussed on WWL
"Asmara cancer, a fever can be a sign of the flu. Which could mean a trip to the emergency room is the number one hospital for the marmot or the Exergen temporal scanner backed by more than seventy clinical studies. It's the best way to say safe this called season. Get a traffic tip. Call wwl 504-260-info. Back to Newell Normand on WWL, Paul 504-260-1870 tax age, seventy eight seventy or tweet at WWL AM FM. On the blue runner opinion poll. Do you think they'll bars the right choice for attorney general seventy five percent of the respondents say yes, things are moving quick in Washington. General Kelly, obviously is going to resign as chief of staff to the president. And they were considering Nick Ayers, who's the chief of staff to vice president Pence he assumed that position in June twenty seventeen and has been and was replaced in July served in that position for about a little over year, and he's turned up position down. And I think the president. Because of his approach and that he doesn't seem to heat advice. Very well. I think it's going to have a very difficult time filling some of these positions and chief of staff may be one Matt Whitaker may be the next guy up on the block. I'm not sure I think if it's offered to Matt my bet is he's gonna take it. But I would also say that I don't think he's the most qualified person for that position. Either. I didn't think Ryan's Priebus was the most qualified person for that position. Be just based on the experience at the that. He brought the chief of staff requires I really believe someone that is a very forward leaning has expansive in experience in the management of an organization. There are a lot of moving parts around the president and more importantly, there are a lot of land mines legally, and you have to be in tune with your legal staff, and understanding what activities you can engage in what which ones you can't for example. Just recently the situation where the vodka Trump utilizing a personal Email, contrary to any number of provisions as to how that's going to be if you're a volunteer or whatever, you are whatever capacity you're in. It doesn't matter if you're not paid you have to follow the same rules and rags as all of the time regular employees there. Cares. Not the laws care, not as to what you want to think of your position where you think it is how you think it is the facts ours at all of these rules are going to apply to you. And it has to be some a someone who's really very diplomatic in dealing with any number of egos that are out there. Within that situation. And that's why I thought it was a bad idea that he have any family members on his on his staff because blood is thicker than water, folks. You tell me if I'm wrong I'd love to hear from you two six zero one eight seventy it's a very slippery slope for any of these folks to really call them down on the carpet, whether that be Jared Kushner or evocative column down on the carpet or Donald Trump junior. Eric is kinda removed himself ever in these situations. Because of the relationships. And it's never a good thing to put yourself in position. Because you can't have this wink, wink mentality. As you approach any number of of issues because it ends up being a complete sideshow. It's like a three ring circus that occurs for what reason for what reason do we have to set aside all of the protocols all of the ways in which we do things circumvent the nepotism rules and protocols just so they can serve on your staff. And the worst part about it is they bring absolutely no experience to the table. None zero other than they're related to the president in anytime that you engage in that type of conduct can have said this from the day, he announced that these folks we're gonna come on his staff that that was not a good idea. In fact, it was a very bad idea. And it has created dissension. Amongst is administrative staff in more ways than one it's been reported in any number of conservative journals liberal journals or otherwise, so it doesn't even matter from what perspective you look at this. Most people say without exception. Not a good thing..
'Abolish Ice' Rallying Cry Raises Tricky Political Questions
"Abolishing is has become a, rallying, cry for the democratic party's liberal wing. Including Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and upstart, house candidate Alexander or Cossio Cortez of New York who standard ten term. Congressman in New York democratic primary on today's upfront KPFA morning show veteran immigration activists Catherine tech Taqwa executive director of the national network for immigrant and, refugee rights told has Antonio Yukos's and Brian. Edwards St. Kurt that the problem is far, more complex than just abolishing ice a slogan is not a, strategy and that the slogan didn't quite capture the the, whole series of decades of policies that. Criminalise immigrants that really provide the mandate for is switches the instrument to carry Out this kind of community terror. That we've been witnessing and and it's all embedded within the, department of homeland security and the department of homeland security was created supposedly to guard our national security, and intertwined immigration policy within that context so to dismantle ice would be one thing but. It could another agency enforcement enforcing the same policies could take its place and the bigger hall really has to do with a transforming the policies which are complicated decades long that we we have that Really allow ice to carry out these kinds of practices so there's a lot of layers to what it means to abolish or dismantle ice and and even for for the general public but also for policymakers there's a question about whether in fact they can say we have introduced legislation. To abolish is but are they also prepared, to decriminalize immigration policy so I think we should do a little bit of, unpacking here just for the sake of institutional illiteracy because the the Republican attack on the apologize movement is this, means open borders In fact two different agency as I understand it customs and border protection. Patrols the border and the area. Around it intercepts people who've just crossed the border ice handles deportation proceedings inside the country they're the ones who go, pick, up people, at their home because of a speeding ticket they got five. Years ago they just trickled through the. System now and put in, jeopardy that's right the abolish ice movement is actually a relatively narrow focus on. That arm of the immigration enforcement apparatus right and you know as as slogans ago I think it probably does capture what is. Also taking place at. The board I'm I'm sure that's the intention and when most people here abolish is they're thinking, about the the agency border patrol as well and? Don't really understand technically you know the distinctions there are actually two eight sub agencies within ice there's one, for enforcement and removal from that's the one that we I think generally characterises As ice and then there's the investigative arm of of, ice, which which, also functions but it's true there those two and they work. In sync and increasingly what we've seen. Is that a lot of, the enforcement policies that Oriented towards. The border, have been, creeping inside so, you know, the border extends one hundred miles, so we're talking about enforcement even at the border that is regional in character jurisdiction of jurisdiction of of of the of the. Border patrol but it's you know it's it's again their agencies they're they're. Instruments of of policy and unless we change some of the. The laws that allow is an BP to to conduct itself in that way You know we will just be replacing one bad. Agency with another bat agency
President Trump in Scotland for weekend at golf course
"Hello i'm caroline what i'd welcome to the world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in the past seven days this was the week when donald trump challenged nato allies to raise spending on defense or else the united states commitment to nato is very strong remains very strong but primarily because everyone the spirit they have the amount of money they're willing to spend the additional money that they will be putting up has been really amazing he got involved in britain's brexit turmoil to the week when india became the world seek largest economy when syrian government soldiers planted their flag in the place with rebellion was born and the miracle of thailand we just had a little bit of hope that the kids were still alive but we had to move forward and do it it was a tiny bit of hope we have to hold onto that hope and in the end we found out that they were all alive was it a miracle for the government to that after this bbc news i'm john shea the hat of the colombian former rebel group faulk has asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group and the pain and suffering inflicted on many families rodrigue along donyo also known as timoshenko was attending the first hearing of a special tribunal which will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's fivedecade civil war families victims say they hope the tribunal discover where the remains of some of those who were kidnapped and murdered can be found who yet the mantra is one of the tribunal magistrates so much dirt your meal they're more than eight thousand kidnappings this is part of the reason this process was established to establish the truth about the number of people who are the victims of this skirt it is part of the truth that we hope to uncover there's been more violence in nicaragua after a twenty four hour national strike on friday to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega a group of about one hundred and fifty students was trapped inside a church at the main university in managua along with priests and journalists after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government thousands of people have thronged abbas main thoroughfare degrees era as president his arrived on a three day visits to ethiopia some waves giant eritrean flags president assize of work is visit comes less than a week since the two neighbours declared an end to a two decade long conflict when ethiopia's leader of abi ahmed travels to asmara families in mustang in western pakistan are burying their dead were killed on friday and one of the country's worst ever militant attacks the province of balochistan has declared three days of mourning the islamic state group says it carried out the attack so condo kamani reports this is one of the deadliest attacks by militants in pakistan's history it targeted an election rally of a local politician in the town of mustang he was amongst those killed the previous set of elections in pakistan were overshadowed by the threat of violence the number of parties unable to campaign in the past few years security has greatly improved in pakistan but this week has seen a spate of attacks targeting local politicians president trump has spending the weekend at one of his golf courses in scotland is preparing for the summit on monday when he's you to meet president putin in helsinki lana gordon has this report there has been no official confirmation of president trump's plans for the next two days but a round of golf is turnberry course is likely more than five thousand police are on duty for the duration of his visit to scotland patrolling the sea and shoreline they'll be hoping there will be no repeat of last night when a protest are flying paraglider got within around one hundred meters of the president shortly after he arrived at his resort this is the latest world news from the bbc the trial of boy is rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they'll receive when they come out the boys and the football coach are recovering physically and mentally from the underground ordeal and the dramatic rescue intense seasonal rains and thunderstorms in china have caused widespread flooding and disruption with bridges destroyed and roads and railways blocked in the southwestern province of sichuan ten major highways have been closed more than eighty thousand people have been evacuated from.
Nissan admits to more testing misconduct for cars sold in Japan
"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news four more people have been pulled out of a flooded cave network in northern thailand on the second day ever dramatic rescue operation the individuals were carried out on stretches from the tamdan cave complex bbc teams have seen ambulances flying away from the caves ambulances arrive at a hospital in the nearby city of chiang rai for boys where rescued on sunday and patients is outside the hospital this has been a roller coaster of emotions and people are expecting or hoping for good news in terms of the boys behind me they were four of them were brought here yesterday according to tie officials daring good health they haven't been reunited with their families officials are saying that the cats in quarantine there is some suggestion that perhaps they made meet their families later on in the day they'll be able to see them but perhaps they will be able to touch them because they're fearful or perhaps they may have picked up on the disease factions inside back cave ethiopia and eric trae have declared officially that the state of war that existed between them is over the leaders of the two countries signed the joint declaration in the era and capital asmara here's africa editor mary harper a few months ago this would have been unimaginable with intransigent leaders ethiopia and era seemed permanently locked in hostilities but ethiopia's new prime minister ahmed changed all that by seeding disputed territory to era trailer as recommended by an international boundary commission that opened the floodgates for change and now the two countries have agreed to restore multiple links including in transport telecommunications and diplomacy the japanese maker nissan has admitted the data concerning exhaust emissions has been falsified it most of its factories in japan promised take appropriate action to avoid similar mistakes in the future russell pablo has the details says it discovered data on emissions was falsified when it was investigating several procedures following an order by the japanese government to look into misconduct by staff in the final inspection of cars the company said the tests on exhaust emissions and fuel economy a dvd from the prescribed testing environment but it hasn't revealed how many cars were involved in the offering of data or if it involved vehicles manufactured outside japan this set a full and comprehensive investigations being carried out to find out the causes of the misconduct and it will implement appropriate countermeasures based on the results the supreme court in india has upheld the death penalty for three men convicted for the gang rape and murder of a young woman in delhi in twenty twelve the attack against jodi sing on a public bus sparked an outcry across india and prompted the introduction of tougher laws and penalties for crimes against women world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake immigrant activists want answers afro brooklyn couple was detained while trying to visit their daughter and soninlaw at the fort drum military base on july fourth daniel altschuler heads civic engagement from make the road new york he says the case is similar to that of the undocumented man arrested in june while delivering pizza to a military base in brooklyn eater folks who've been to before presented the same forms of identification in the past the difference this time is military officials decided to question their identity telemundo forty seven reported that concepcion and margarito silva had shown their new york city issued id cards but we're asked for more documents customs and border protection spokesperson says they admitted to being illegally here and are now what did the tension center near buffalo summertime for subway riders means the occasional car where the air condition is broken but wnyc's gwynne hogan reports that the one train has the worst the.
"asmara" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"Extras casting directors by who's partnered wardrobe who did the music selections i it was part of the symphony of the music with audit and gotta give everybody credit but how they ended that off they kinda site people out 'cause you they the credits roll for will bid in the head of paul's in everybody was thinking something come up didn't is off the phone was the credit says yeah i'm tell the people in daylight gotcha allowed is at the end is weighing headed google him legs at the end is at the end though is at the end of here but yet battles was as villa eat is the in one of those he's like in that that top three of those josh played him very well yet josh brolin shot off bro we played very well stay nose to the point that in the special effects of good are couldn't even tell that was actually him you can see facial g marchionni small features but for the most part him regular all you like asmara task but but but the battles his personality was his personality was just don't that he he's like he's like the unapologetic as home unit right yeah light specially like battle very in seen before he snaps his fingers he's like he's playing like he's he's playing he's playing dorsal whale he did novel the it with head why you to route yeah you know he's asshole for that but it is being was like pretty great i'm not gonna lie not the whole thing that whole it's a whole scene with him him back vision and in killing them again did dallas bad as i ain't going.
"asmara" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"Until i told that way dr and she was like um you know you might have asthma she's like you could have adult like onset asthma said i'm going to prescribe you two things to prescribe me this stuff called brio which is like a long term inhaler wickets not like if you have an asthma attack that's not what you're gonna wanna use to cleared up immediately it's something that you use to build up your resistance to asmara weather but so i'm using in it's like a powder and you inhale it did daily she's like i'm gonna give you that do that for a few weeks and you should be start feeling better which which i did for them for the most part and she's like urban give you this steroid inhaler that's you know we see in movies and tv shows and probably a bunch of your friends who have asthma when they have an asthma attack and start weasing have about little missed inhaler i got one of those and she gave me this like a month and a half ago and um i had music and honestly as kind of scared to use it you know a busy and i have talked we don't like doing drugs just for the you know who they make up at least me they make me feel i i would really react strongly even like allergy medicines or a you know i take something i feel it really strong so i didn't want to take because i knew it was steroid so as i go i don't wanna get old wiry amp top sell wa.
"asmara" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"So if give the same yeah so i mean so that we're understood it i i can understand what his racial and gender but i just didn't think that that was the case with this one because i just thought that was a lack of self wendy's and i in you you have your desk to now tell people to boycott a whole netflix who's gonna work in our favorite i mean she could i think it she didn't ask anyone to boycott that foot i think that things could have been sorted out amicably but when you're telling a demographic of people to boycott company while still asking them to pay you it's definitely backwards now i find out she didn't really break down the details right supposedly she wouldn't be able to work for two years after yeah so if she if she accepted the five hundred yes oh the they didn't want her to work after that no because you actually worked material but the thing is though trauma kept asking her to the asmara if you count it offer it and i don't think she think she thought he counteroffer but the husband on the phone the daddy on the phone was was indicating that they didn't count offer you know i think she'd like you said the self awareness just not there like she's funny she has she has a great wrestler but sometimes you just gotta know how hot you are like eddie murphy is g but it's like how hot all the hottest one right out right now you know i'm not checking for any murphy special in two thousand that's just how it works it's like no no what though if eddie murphy came out they're going to give twenty million.
"asmara" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Reusable x this is a thing i guess that that makes everybody in the upfront area in the cashier area a r the dirty bags like people don't clean their bags you know the clothbags that you use over and over and over again my dad his seemed like he's like i don't know how i don't know why they want me to put food in this filthy bag that's a common pig because i'm you know when them it's funny when we go grocery shopping i'll bet you know this hour my dad in i beg the begged the groceries because this just one cashier and we usually load up pretty good it's a bit you know 'cause most people going to go in a grocery store six o'clock in the morning they're going to get like a can of of web gatorade or so you know something very you know we're doing grocery shop a real real let's almost fill up the the cart grocery shopping and you should see some people who get in line behind us six o'clock in the morning i've loved the louis blood a lotta people through who only have one or two items but they always have to win were grocery shopping they always have to open up a second at just there but from every cashier who i've ever talked to the dirty bank thing is a big thing like people are evidently like in on his gross like these bags are grow dangerous i know one of the things that i read about one the transition may place that they like you gotta wash was bags could salmon ele absolutely chicken rod chicken in the you know those things are are very well package but you know so now he's rain jentzsch thrown in the wash i mean i i don't asmara leave the cloth reusable bags i do yeah and i asked look i am guilty of now watching them and often as i've probably shudder but i did just wash some yeah but i mean you know i left and right i mean you will get out of hand right i mean would always wondering how does it get that dirtier like.
"asmara" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Oh he's a years old but the hour vo ideas you my face in asmara because the good coq from nights label is fucking brick ios for good books razer cuting melo issue in in the garden sombre and i said it i'm sorry i'm sorry i had to go ahead though tauziat hot one at the boy now this whether then add snow yesterday but we still showed us ride show much right assad we will love now cds in maryland them whistle were laid by your no little legs guy tell you because you already know and as you grandmother's riverso 'cause i was watching tv to watch the tape like kobe to watch the game fell cnn and a lot of other shows was when a rerun not all we'll be back the to implement whether hanoi commonwealth and we know of no weakness knowing exists munkula mexico comodoro yummy to bargains of people of color the wolf husky dogs footsie sour however on a laptop nickel with the sleddogs attached to the show donald trump say a listen you gotta you gotta get to our to the people i i mean mean so as i put the are on a usb sick and then put it between the cheats move hitch man's on a v i got y'all got there are frequent off units although we should start smuggling in our two correctional facility oh we can do that how much how much would you pay for podcasts look afresh episode of the press represent data will you live you do a 20 in his thing but you used to listen and you ever hurry ever list as is like episode 53 oh so you would like fresh this episode episode ninety four reasons.
"asmara" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In north dakota joe hi you're on red eye radio welcome ijo quote kyrie yet you might have to help me a little bit as here not too much of a public speaker um i got on the long uh a little over half hour lower talking about hillary yes and uh i'm a i'm a democrat from minnesota and lending unearth reporter for about eight years now and um e e you know in in kupwara town i told everybody that hillary was i elective all she's guilty is end i mean i don't really believe the democrats that were at asmara wire that we'd show you know that's that's the main thing i i called in a ball but um it's all kind of beside the point because y'all theorist bridge criminals on the republican side is coming on on some of the democrats i am um on a politician against that plane uh doesn't matter what party eat the president is going to pardon them soul hillary this trump they you know all the continue on they they know they will be pardon did you know it just it just again and look i i can't i can't stop what he president's going to do but i do want the truth i do want the truth to be out there and and i don't want as it seems like you don't you don't want politics i don't know i do want it quicko care no you don't but you don't want politics to cover up for criminal wrongdoings now we can follow i know site waving hillary is guilt right now but we will we can talk about i but we can talk about donald trump but there is no allegation there is no specific allegation of criminal wrongdoing under joining give buying the what mr trump is growing just rightly there is the i guess my point is 'cause you'd mention of this criminals and that's fine but in order for trump book but you need but we need to identify for example and we need to acknowledge when there are criminal out you know general curling delagations a for example against trump has been going on for the over the last year when there is at the specific allegation is the wrong thing to do look at.
"asmara" Discussed on KFC Radio
"That's how kid like lead you baseball your pitcher just just throw me your best pitch i he has his just how he boards get out and walk out if we're talking for one night you roll up on a camel on vague this girl she's got a wholesaler here so i mean you won't stand alabama war in it for the long run i would i because i can't get kicked off now i yeah i'd be asmara maverick ivory buddy yeah every by what if a girl i'm going to put together a girl comes out she's got a of the plastic bag and she has its you and it's got a tin and like some whisky and i feel users would for my head the key to your whole yeah that work that were i mean i'd be like this is the one for fights he's gonna pick that chick what do you think they all these people were fucking no ruin so the way that it works the way that it's told to us is that the final three get to spend the night together than ever tell you whether whether or not they have sex is just implied that they do because they forego their individual room keys and you know go into the fenice he sweet added a group that she's got that's what they say if you choose to forgo your your your each age if you choose the book that's really yet you're just if that they let you spend the night heather and the cameras go off and so what's implied that they have sex but i know all the time that they don't there's only been one girl who like actually had principles and was like i'm not backing three guys and three an idea and she was like the most special omega and she her name is emily maitre d' was like viewed as a group that is the guy who dumped for the national hiv side the only girl who i know stuck on my mind because allegra lives kaelin bristow whose fucking everybody okay but she was empowered in doing so they are accident.
"asmara" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Some order of goal bronze silver gowda said like threesome ganglia flagrant backup yet group sex great if this it's dixon but group sex come on face in some semantics in some order those are the lesbian and earned compilations are ugly childish tougher that's though those are things you watch when you are too high swell you know this is it's like it's only girls participating your survey 'cause who the fuck participating survey lesbian his middle school shit because i think analyze the a daily i wanna watch porto on us yet so gay population are to look like i i wanna see a story told me to what i wanna start no me i don't i i i've i'm finished with williams start on second reading off or me if we just jump in in it's like they're already have i'll tell you i'll tell you who are all the all of a sudden the strictures getting braille they know how to get there known as the even like that like what is she all that is viewed the guys from grows do porn i think they've used the goddamn algorithm and they figured out the right questions to ask in a way was the first time this how many times you've done that you're you're liked what he you expecting one alarm all right here at makes me very uncomfortable when they're like who was the first of its sexually up a new asmara's fourteen mccallum our god knowhow when it's fourteen when it's like eighteen on that's cool yet when they say let's go but when they sunday win some yalo's allah roulette will play more sex workers kevin third rapid sex young that's how girls soup was rudra many sex workers had age you know.
"asmara" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"City asmara of unfolded there is new pressure novel roy mortar drop out of the alabama senate race it comes from several religious leaders liberal religious leaders who spoke out against the conservative republican alabama senate candidates saturday more tweeted good morning alabama dave four of new york attorney gloria allred refusal to turn over who fake your book for third party examination it it it bothers me alabama governor k ivy told reporters she will vote for more even though she is troubled by the allegations but other republicans are voicing concerns for the party in mesa arizona local abc station knx v caught gop senator jeff flake on an open microphone come the party of more at donald trump regarding approached alabama voters go to the polls december twelve more pedestrian cbs news new york though the white house has commented president trump himself has not personal way or publicly spoken out about the drama surrounding the alabama race he is facing some criticism on capitol hill for that in particular after tweeting about democratic senator al franken who recently admitted to an apologized for inappropriate behaviour he had with a woman before being elected whose election use from new orleans the first female mayor for the easy city council member look toyo cantrell she beat municipal judge deserie chardonnay both are democrats on the weather watch heavy storms hit the nashville area bringing down trees power lines nashville electric estimating some six thousand homes and businesses without power crews worked king this overnight to make the repairs in south america there is a submarine missing it belongs to argentina it has forty four crew members and it was out of touch for about three days now the ontion tinian ministry of defence safe failed satellite cools have been detected which they belief off from the submarine it's no clear they when nichols who made why they failed all whether they could lead they sent ging to win the submarine is now bbc reporter andrew plant rockmusic world mourns.
"asmara" Discussed on Probably Science
"It was metacritic but it says too much the same anyway fate yet so that so they do so the study that shows the placebo knee surgery is as effective israeli surgery when it comes to arthritis has been entirely misunderstood it actually taught such as not do that type of any surgery because it is an effective and says that studied the surgeries performed for that region reason you this you restore that doing nothing is as good as as a certain cut a surgery to to take that to mean the doing nothing was something is an interesting i go what it should to spread this probably isn't surgery with me yet the study that shows placebo inhalers or effective it's real as effective as real ones for asmara actually measures four or five different things lung capacity exercise duration heart rate and a silver poses studies to how the participants felt on their inhaler in all but the selfreported questionnaire the placebo effect a inhalers performed about the same and the real inhalers showed a clear and distinct improvement so the only one of the metrics that showed an improvement on was the selfreported one the actual measurable okay onto fiber ones and then i asked about i thought the one the there was a study that involved also size which is something that's pretty empirical yeah yeah and mike replies to say is the study that prove that gastric ulcers hail foster when he take full placebo fills wrought brother to ones it was a metaanalysis beiteinu mormon who was a math through repola just apparently it was the paper was a metre now says of papers published between nineteen seventy seven a 1980 which is was before we.
"asmara" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"As hell we are dying and you are killing us with the inefficiency and if you rock chris president trump responded with a series of tweets yesterday including this one such poor leadership ability by the mayor of san juan and others in puerto rico who are not able to get their workers to help they want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort ten thousand federal workers now on island doing a fantastic job tell me liner my colleague an embassy news asmara crews if she felt mr trump was personally attacking her i don't care who can attack now he once you know bring it on on here you know what it saves lives because it gets the message in the right place frankly my dear i don't give a day so let's get a reality check here ron not is standing by for us in san juan puerto rico and rod we have it this war of words between the president and the mayor of san juan you're there tell us the state of the recovery efforts yeah hey there check you know we have an argument like this the truth is usually somewhere in the middle and i suspect that that's the case here in puerto rico things are not clearly as rosy as perhaps the president and the administration would have people believe there is eight here there is no doubt about that and on the flip side things are probably not as dire as the mayor of made it sound the other night that the administration in effect is kelly people down here people have died obviously been making the connection between people dying and lack of aid who would water here that's probably a debatable point but i can tell you this chuck i've covered a lot of these storms in the aftermath of these storms life here is very very hard it is mad there is no question about that but that is the usual case after a major hurricane by quarter rico experience with maria the thing is that we have not seen here is usually eleven days out as we are at this point after maria you see a lot more infrastructure in place supplies runs down the highway convoys and.
"asmara" Discussed on KOIL
"And you are killing us with the inefficiency and the bureaucracy president trump responded with a series of tweets yesterday including this one such poor leadership ability by the mayor of san juan and others in puerto rico who are not able to get their workers to help they want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort ten thousand federal workers now on island doing a fantastic job timmy lighter my my colleague an embassy news asmara crews if she felt mr trump was personally attacking her i don't care you can attack now he wants you know bring it on on here you know what if it saves lives because it gets the message in the right place frankly my dear i don't give a damn so let's get a reality check here ron not is standing by for us in san juan puerto rico and rod we i've it this war of words between the president and the mayor of san juan you're there tell us the state of the recovery efforts yeah hey there check you know where you have an argument like this the truth is usually somewhere in the middle and i suspect that that's the case here in puerto rico things are not clearly as rosy as perhaps the president and the administration would have people believe there is eight here there's no doubt about that and all of the flipside things are probably not as dire as the mayor i made it sound and the other night that the administration in effect is kelly people down here people have obviously been making the connection between people dying and lack of aid and food water here that's probably a debatable point but i can tell you this chuck i covered a lot of these storms in the aftermath of these storms life here is very very hard it is mad there's no question about that but that is the usual case after a major hurricane by corner rico experience with maria the thing figures that we have not seen here is usually eleven days out as we are at this point after maria you see a lot more infrastructure in place supplies runs down the highway convoys and.
"asmara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For people is there anything they can to our ngos managing to get medications at people i know i met one and you're who was doing something is this is an interesting case because they started the earth an ngo trying to help people with hiv to try to get onto retrovirals because are expensive a metaphor but suddenly in the last few years mainly now focus on trying to channel donations and give them out to people so in effect they become this huge free pharmacy which is gathering things that people offend in from abroad and they're putting it through to people who come with a prescription they are sort of checked whether to correct prescription and they're able to get that manifests now this is just a drop in the ocean well it is something the bbc's ladimir hernandez now graham some very worrying stores there and as a family doctor yo used to having hundreds of patients taking medication for longterm conditions what kind of impact as an eighty five percent shortage of medicines have it's really hard to imagine but when i do try to imagine the sort of patients that might be affected i'm thinking of people blood pressure medications people on asmara inhalers or chronic respiratory medications diabetes epilepsy medication the list goes on and on to be honest and i think the some of them just a short period might be quite serious for others longerterm it might get more problematic without the medication but either way the laura does on more difficult is going to be yes now one of the medications which many people take long term is low dose aspirin to reduce stroke and heart attack in those at risk but as new research just out in the journal the lancet showing this might result in more bleeding in the stomach them previously thought in people if they were over the age of seventy five so what new hadn't we already know about aspirin causing leading in the summit in some people well we've known for a long time that the potential for aspirin to caused leading sometimes very serious but it has been considered up to now that the benefits of treating patients with aspirin.
"asmara" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Leaders of salt water in my lungs and stomach while it and i are probably took three on the head while was unconscious up puffed up like a blueberry yell and they got me to the beach and actually was blue i was technically dead yes and fred asmara's the nor shore lifeguard got to me larry high pays the photographer got to me i uh a bunch of people towel had amend north shore lifeguard that now runs piping is there an uh ray monarch from tahiti and uh who else i can't remember 'cause i wasn't awake knowing they were there but not but so you're going into the light and going into the light i'm call over here so you came out of that with the purpose yeah uh yeah that's that's about eta denied days critical care while he was general and took me a year to recover then then the s when is far me to focus my energies were on my talents with the water video graffiti and just a film in adjourn arose to create positive energy programming with a purpose than the occasional corpus there you go and so are you still going out in thumbing their the surfers are you're done wanna do that much anymore because they invented this thing called go perot and everybody in the brother mothers a hero i i'm over that i mean i'll do a you know but the mamas sixty so yeah you know there's that the left as new young bucks out there film and make their dough he had a i i like swim with the animals gachot already petty tell us more about your role with the clancy dot org what uh what the title get involved tell the story mall am i met him he was a guest at liking rhetoric lab i sat at the table and we just got time talking and then together resent summing it is i am i've got to grandchildren.