32 Burst results for "Astle"

"astle" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"astle" Discussed on KFC Radio

"I was visibly confused which seemed to offend her and after she walked away from our group. My co worker explained that rhonda had told her when they arrived at. This isn't a regular baby shower and our daughter has been feeling down because a few of her other friends had gotten pregnant. I asked the friends if they knew beforehand but they said no. They were confused while they were asked about why. They're asked to buy gifts but decided it was not It wasn't worth it to make a big deal about it I asked rhonda why she wouldn't tell us that it wasn't a baby shower for specific baby and she explained that quote. The physical invitations explained. It was a party for daughter to shower her with love well. None of us. Co-workers got physical invitations. I asked rhonda if i could take back my gift since i'm not made of money. Ronda said that it would be rude. Take back the gift i said. I'm sorry i can't do this. I took my gift. gifting left. The daughters set me hateful messages on facebook saying calling me a disrespectful old bitch I feel bad for storming off and taking back the gift But now the woman's threatening hr if i don't return the gift that i took back So long story short. mit astle. On no planet. I mean this is. I'd say the astle like obviously there's levels to it where the woman faking a baby..

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Italy’s Tomato Harvest Threatened by Can Shortages

Stephanomics

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Italy’s Tomato Harvest Threatened by Can Shortages

"Now. The list of casualties in the great global supply chain small up. We can now add italian tomatoes which are browsing in. The fields were told instead of making their way into tins of astles. All common reporter. Alexandra million miniature is here to wait on this. let's face it deeply troubling story allesandra. How All these tomatoes roughing wear the tins right. That's exactly the issue. There are plenty of The the tomatoes the basic product. But you don't have the because the chinese economy is booming. And what they need to make the tins Is these particular sheets of metal. That are missing basically Their thirteen producers are telling us that they're asking when the deliveries will come and the deliveries are not coming and there's no end in sight apparently to the problem the company's Both italian companies and foreign companies in india have said that they can't guarantee anything and the issue is that this type of product needs to be can within thirty six hours after picking so once you've lost the time then you just have to leave them and it's not like i was hoping. Oh maybe i'll have cheap tomatoes in the market but no they will leave them in the fields. Because it's not economically convenient to you know to actually send them to market. So that's the unfortunate problem. And that i mean that's the heartbreaking and it's it's five million tons of processed tomatoes. I mean this is one of the biggest producers right. That's why italy is the number two. Sometimes number three producer along with china and the biggest producer is california with a ten million But the thing is that california can also put them in cartons california can put them in tubes because california is not obsessive like us italians about their tomatoes and therefore they're all right with pace. They're all right with other kinds of products that are not as fresh that are differently. Made

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Episode 145: For Those About to Roth - burst 07

The Swearwolves

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Episode 145: For Those About to Roth - burst 07

"That's how you have to talk of your asshole like a legitimate astle lake because your lips grow kind of unless like you're an asshole. Then you just like flappy very breath. They're just constantly seeping out at old. Luther always out of breath Does yoga assholes. I've worked very crude. Older else will be looking. Yes you must don't and make brown amazon conversation. That was

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:32 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Someone keeps bothering you. And you want them to stop. You can just say Stop! Get Which is between six. Stop it. It's almost like an exclamation mark. It's instead of putting a line under under word, making it a little bit more emphatic. There's another in in Spanish. They have a quiz players, which is a like a Philip. I think it's called a a particle of speech. And that's where if I'm looking for the next word in my sentence, I will say Please, please can get be used in that way as well. Just it's something of a little bit of a placeholder. Just while you find the word that you're seeking is it cannot be used that way. It can be used that way. But like, um, usually gay, it's mostly used to emphasize so, like, just like, yeah, it can't work that way. I love it. And so this that's only something that is in lampoon is their equivalent word that scene Indonesian itself. Derris. Yes, it's called Dong. Basically the same function. But like not so many people know what gay is fascinating. In fact, all of the Audie that because in English, we don't have a word that really has that. Synthetic function. I'm just trying to think if I'm encouraging you to smile, you've you've been a upset. Mom's trying to say Natasha smile, please. Smile. I suppose please is the closest we've got. Yeah, I think so. I think so. Interesting. So that zah really lovely example. And the lampoon people themselves. Are they very social? Are they a a group? I have a family a strong emphasis of strong focus of lump on culture. Um, well, at least in my because, like most off the people that I live around there from like the same family background, it's me like migrants like S so we're not very much in touch with The lampoon people themselves, but I think like learning from like when I was in elementary school when I learned the lampoon language, I also learned a little bit off its culture. I think They're very close with each other as a family, But like we just unfortunately we never, like, get so much in touch with them. And the lampoon. People are, uh, indigenous to Sumatra. They are the original area population in Southern Sumatra potential. Yeah. Let's move on to second. Would that in Lampung language, Natasha? What is that word? And what does it mean? The second word is called Soo Suk, which sounds kind of funny. Probably it actually means money changes, But it's often it's often mistaken with Indonesian word Suzu which is spelt as us do as you ask you, Yes, which means milk. So and it's it's just interesting. Like how does two different words? Um, actually have very different meanings. Well, maybe money changes of trying to milk you of money. Could be a problem. Um And to put in to put the word so soak in a sentence. It is like, for example, when you wanna give a change to someone You can say here is your son took something like that. Okay, that it's let's think this through, because if we say these officers that are often set up at airports or in the central district's of cities These air, bud's or chaos where you can actually change money, or you can convert if you convert coins or convert currency. A dice Sasuke, is that is that the kind of practice that money changing is going on or you mean money? As in Small coins is Soo Suk. That is the change within a trance. That is the result of a transaction of money. Not quite sure was trying to clarify. Yes. Also, Sook is actually more like, um Um like from the transaction off money, like when you pay. Maybe. Like when you buy. Ah $30. Like object. Yes, and then you pay $50, and then you'll get $20 change. And that's called Susan. That's called system. I suppose. I mean, so therefore there there is a night translation in English would just say That's your change. Is there a more subtle nuance or level of meaning in lamp? All that idea of that suit could actually mean something more than just The return coins of a transaction. No, it's just like Like you say written coins are current section and you know it's interesting too, that just to get back to the Indonesian word, Cissel. I knew it was milk because in top Piscine in Papa, New Guinea The word for milk is Su Su. Really? It is so in fact, I remember it very clearly because I was spent awake with a Polish missionary and when he was giving sermons in these remote villages in could be our province. Symbol province. He was he was continually telling these nursing mothers to give him so soon. Mama if a child was was billowing way say that as well in Indonesia. Sissi, Mama, Yeah, is an incredible So this is clearly a very large overlap between Internation culture and popular culture. Of course it's no surprise. Yeah, yeah, that's interesting. Like this Is the Tasha selling. She's a journalist here at ABC. Asia Pacific newsroom. This is found in translation every Wednesday night where we step out way through different words in different cultures and Used those words, essentially this little keyholes to look and understand a lot more about another part of the world. And tonight it is the turn of the lamp pole, which is the language off off South Sumatra up there in the Indonesian archipelago. Now. Third and final word, Natasha. What is that word? And what does it mean? The third word Isman l, mentally spelled M E and L. And, um, my friend in Jakarta didn't know this word and when she heard it She thought it was very funny. S O. Meno basically means Fletcher flirtatious. Ondo. Interesting thing about man. L is that every time someone uses that, like I instantly think that it was For a woman, man. L, um in a sentence you use it like Oh, my God. That person is very man. L It cannot be used for other either gender. Menil. Mm. I don't think so. So it's almost exclusively directed towards a female. Yes, we just very terrible. Well, In fact, English has this same problem. There are many words in English that get wrongly. Described. Almost exclusively to females and some words, for example, such as voluptuous or shrill law or even feisty, which is word that means pugnacious. It always almost seems to be famous, which is again It's such a really Talks xq in the way that we consider language because when you said Manel for May, I suppose, because it starts with such a masculine syllable. When you said flirtatious, I immediately thought of flirtatious male s. So it's interesting that My wiring almost wasn't quite ready to receive the bias that the Indonesian or the lampoon reflects. Um to me. It sounds like an after shave. Manel, something splashed behind Yuri's, I see. And is there a word? So when your friend from an Internation speaking friend had Is there word that is similar hesitation. That means flirtatious. Mm. Is there. Um, I'm not sure. But there is a word that's similar to Meno, but like different Um, but I think this.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"She's part of the group one day and she's under 50 and hoping to get the fires of vaccine. Is there any info on how long someone with flu should wait before they get vaccinated? I don't think there is Selma. Um not that I'm aware off. But they do say from the flu vaccine you with a fortnight, so I think it would make sense to wait a couple of weeks. If you're gonna match what the what the advise about the vaccine. Then you'd wait two weeks. So until you start, and if you're under 50, then that's the fires of vaccines. You with two weeks to do the fires of vaccine if you have had The first five, or does you get the flu in this taking one's fine because it's going to be too. It's gonna be three weeks before you get the next one. So she should be okay. Either way, and don't tell us also got a question Norman about AstraZeneca, she's saying. Is there a correlation between the degree of side effects you have immediately after your first dose of AstraZeneca and the possibility of developing clots after day four. I don't think so. I've not seen that reported anywhere. I think there are entirely Separate phenomenon, and I'll just take this opportunity and North said it before is that the clots are rare. But the symptoms start usually about a week after the first vaccine, but certainly after day four It's very specific, really. It's headache. Blurred vision. It's signs of a stroke. It's abdominal pain is pain in your CAF. I think some of the cases in Australia have been really mild with the cheap. He's really been onto it. The Paris has been onto it a bit of a pain in the CAF getting onto it quickly and doing well. And you've been saying that the mortality rate for this very rare blood clotting disorder seems to be less than what they originally thought. It could be. Yeah, because small numbers in Australia but we've done really well, you know, Tragically, one person has died, but it was a complicated medical history. We seem to be getting onto it. Whilst our rate of clots is still the same as overseas, right about one in 100,001 in 200,000 doses. The rate off death and seriously illnesses lower and you know it's one person and they live in at the moment, and that could change. We could have a run of bad luck. But at the moment it looks if We know how to treat it get onto it quickly, and people are doing well and on vaccination and being protected against the virus is continuing to be more research coming out, showing just how effective these vaccines are. There's a study on health care workers who received the fires a vaccine. Yeah, this is an Israeli study, and it shows so giving in protection of the incident is symptomatic and symptomatic infection. I won't necessarily give the figures because there's a lot of Inaccuracy built into the way they did the study, But it just fits with everything else we're hearing is that there's a very significant reductions in the fires of vaccine significant reduction in symptomatic infection on a significant but less effective reduction in Asymptomatic infection, but it's still there. The larger studies show that maybe 50 or 60% with Astra in the first does 60 70% or so with files on the first doors and maybe going up to 85%. In the second door. So look, it's all tracking the same way. Good news, but not complete protection against infection, Which is why you see breakthrough infections and some people have been vaccinated. It's not a guarantee, but how infectious. Those people are. How contagious that viruses Is another matter. It may well be that you got less virus on board and on dure notice infections because you do mind an antibody response, so there may be other things going on. It's just too early to say, until we get more research. In fact, just on the back of that an extra $1.9 billion has been announced in the budget, just delivered by federal Treasury Josh Rydberg at 1.9 so $2 billion will be spent on their vaccine strategy over the next five years..

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Open in Melbourne

Evenings with David Astle

01:46 min | 7 months ago

Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Open in Melbourne

"Is scheduled to open in August in Melbourne and with me Ah, three of the cast members who will be on stage all of them who were in the recent production of the show Rent at the Sydney Opera House now I have a soft spot for rent. One Do I as I was part of the original production of rent in Sydney. Here with me, Tim. Margie. Okay. To my medic, Relleno A rock, Obara and Jared Draper. Welcome you fellas to the show. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Now, congratulations to you all forgetting your rolls. This is very exciting. Tell us about the audition process because the one for rent way back in the nineties was. It was a bit of a cattle call and seriously at Kinsella's in Oxford Street, the line just went rule the way down. Um, the end on bond. I didn't have to wait in the cattle cool to just go past everyone, but I still had to audition regardless of what my credentials were. Tell us about. Your own audition process. Was it grueling? And is it growing? You've got the longest you've been out of the longest. Yes, the tomorrows. Musical audition process was grueling because it was different. When I started auditioning, I think most of my auditions were on zoom. That was very kind of confronting to me. Especially being a musical audition, where you really want to be in the room and show you your physicality and work off another kind of human being. Um, So that was it was it was grueling, and it was long and it was. It was quite a few callbacks on Ben.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:27 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Heavy played Frisbee golf. Now that is a more elite field. It's a more applied game, Ida suggested, certainly and more novel. Game and a creative game. But this Gulf has suddenly enjoyed. I resurgence. In fact, I have to say that absolute boom in the last few years and someone who's been riding that wave Is Jeff Bronstein. Who is the president off the milkman Disc Golf group. Good evening, Jeff. Good evening. How are you? Very well. And I detect an American accent is that with the whole game was hatched. Yes, I believe so, Yeah. In California in the late seventies and early eighties, Was it a case of a whole lot of rebels just crawling under fences and Security gates of Orthodox ball golf courses and playing their own version. No, no, I don't think that I'm not sure that was in California, and I wasn't part of that scene, but I know from in my own personal Instance. What we just went to the parks and said, I'll How many throws do you think of to get from here? That tree there? We used to do a lot of freestyle with, um you know the animal off the lights and such, and then it just became with accounts. How many shots does it take to get to that tree? I love that progress to people putting in Paul's in parks, and we threw at the polls, and then it progressed in progress and that we're throwing specialized discs. Into specialized target. If you are a Frisbee player, I'd love to hear from you. 1300 Triple 2774. What is your Frisbee story? I am a Frisbee. Not I've applied the Frisbee for awhile, but I used to have quite the callus on my Frisbee finger. I was that kid. He used to walk around with those plastic manhole covers year. The old Waymo Frisbees, the big ones and then a couple of the flying rings as well. But maybe you are also two off the erode. Aerial brigade would love to hear from you. You can take soon as well on 0437774774. She just gave a little bit away there, Jeff that In fact, it's not just the one Frisbee. It sounds like you're carrying quite a few different varieties of Frisbees playing them or Kind of pulled polo game. Exactly. Yes. So you still had your driver's here? Mid range is in your putters. And they all did different things, and over the years it's progressed so that there's so many different varieties of discs. And like I say they all do different things. Sort of, like, got ball golf, or you've got a different club for each thing. Even more so because you've got to take the wind into effect. And if it's at your back or even tried been across twins I love they just called it ball golf. I mean, that right away, sums up that you've knocked golf, but yes, sort of back in the back in history. You put that in the Richard in category where I was. I went for a bike ride a couple of weeks ago and went past the disc golf course in I think was in Knox just off the sock away there. Public course. In fact, these cropping up around Victoria round moment. Yeah, They certainly are. So so that one there. That's only been in there for a few months, and it is in a very good spot where it gets a lot of exposure. But Um yeah, that they're gaining in popularity in the councils are working out that it's a great way to people get people out of the houses and into the parks. It could be shared by us and dog walkers. And it's a very good shared space. I a couple of nights. Who on that ride with me. They asked me how the rules were determined. Now, just remind me here, Jeff. In fact, you might have the I'm sure you would be right across the rules as being the president off this same Milburn game we're talking about, but you've got the polls and you got the slack chain's and then something ever the circular dish. That is the kind of waste point off the pole. How do you Have you determined the score or the what? He's some completed hole. Yes, well, you've got to end up with is you've got to end up with the Frisbee or the disk inside that basket, So they change are there to assist you? It gives you a wider area to hit, so the idea is that you hit those chains. Square in the middle, and then the principal will drop into the basket. That's below there, so anything that's hanging in the change or in the basket is good. If it lands on top of the basket. It's no good. And if you're unlucky enough to sort of get it wedged going into the lower part of the basket, it's still no good. It's got to be inside the basket or suspense suspended by the chains. So if it happens in that letter category where you just dip out, it's just sort of hanging. But not dropping is you basically forfeit a stroke are supposed is to put it into the basket. It's proper exactly right. You've got it. So what we have is a little marker. That's about 100 mil. You know much like they do in bog off again. But there are no markers when they're putting. We've got the same thing that we've got a mini marker. And you put that down wherever the disc Lance, If you want to throw that disc again, and that's where you've got to throw from next. So if you were unfortunate to land on top of the basket, then you'd have to put your many right below the basket and you would have to drop it into the to the basket. 1300 triple 2774 Have you played this golf Have you given it a go? Are you a Frisbee player and looking for it? Maybe your wants something a little less robust than a lot of the Galloping about the park catching stuff. This is more about the strategy and the angle and the expertise of getting the right disc getting the right getting the right arc. Have you played the game? Mathias in Ivanhoe. I'm not sure if he's a a discover hope. Is it traumatized? Like David, get the time. Yes. What have you, have you You a Frisbee player? Absolutely. Mm, I'm just also. Yeah, uh discovered. So what's so what's your question For someone who's just whose cane on Park Frisbee but hasn't played the disc Ulf version. What's a couple of tips just to sort of get it become a bit of player from from Park to links. Well, I would suggest just getting to know the disk that you have the baby starting with purchasing and beginning this disk that you know you can trust. You understand it. What you get out in the open field and learn how it behaves. We win. S so that you can actually take it, too, of course and apply that same flight who given hold And where do you play? But us? How does a few courses around milking this one down in Florida? There's also one around rocky like pop in Doncaster. The few rounds along as.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:24 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Astral on NBC, Radio Melvin and Victoria. We'll tell you what we've been talking about some great sandwich combinations. I have to say that is the best combination of all love and trust. Came out with 2018, Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite. That is one righteous tune. It's 11 past that David s still here on ABC evenings. Great to have your company and it's wonderful, in fact, to combine tomb or wonderful entities that being rich and cures and tonight are fantastic uns will. It is Dr Veum Sharma, Melbourne, JP and regular co host of Rich and Cures, and tonight, a special guest, Dr Preetz similar and who's an endocrinologist? At the Bay City Research Group at University of Millman. Beyond Pria, Welcome to you both. Thanks for having us. I'll start with you view on the fact is that the whole Bay City shoes It's something that is often aligned with diet and exercise. That's something that even you have made a sort of a cognitive link, but it was only recently that scales fell off your eyes. I understand. Scuffle of loss. Yeah, What do you see? What do your friends in here? It's a way of saying that you saw it differently, that she's basically that you had that myth exploded. Well, yeah. I mean, one of the things is that a lot of my medical education and I was in Mexico too long ago. I graduated rough left 10 years ago from medical school. We never stopped being indicated beyond what are you getting it? It's true the good shape. He's always learning as I call it job. Slogan goes, Uh, you know, I've been in medical school so much off the context of obesity was this. Oh, it's this thing that if you have It will make you secret. In other ways that lead to other illnesses. It might even be in illness and the way to control it is Dynex eyes dart Next size doesn't exercise and it's a lifestyle thing, and that's how we need to kind of looking at it. And you're funny, funny to say that even that phrase that it's a lifestyle issue was actually quite considered quite a progressive, modern way to look at obesity even back of them. Where is now? 10 years on there I am on the weekend on Twitter where I spend a lot of you have been saying once or twice there just a few times and someone is live tweeting this this conference that is occurring this weekend that occurred last weekend. And that would launch waiting this talk that was being given by our expert here. Dr Brady Smith grin and one of the things that she was talking about is how obesity is not just a lifestyle issue. Over to you, Dr Prism either, And I love the fact that the arm was just cruising on the social platform. And there was the breaker of Ms and the exploiter of all these lazy Presumptions about body image about obesity in particular. What was the focus of the conference? You're involved in With the conference. All together was a conference of in a status. But the session I was speaking on Woz about obesity in the context of pain management. On As an endocrinologist. Is that one of your specialties looking at that area? Yeah, it is, Um, basically, management falls under endocrinology. Um, overall, though I mean it can be done by it. Controversy any any specialty or any general, Um Area. Yeah, and it can on. Although you know when you think of in technology as a G p, I think, well, these two specials that handle quite specific disorders to do with hormones or the organs that make these hormones And yet when you look at something like obesity, it's far more kind of nebulous Nicole which organ causes that which the hormone what's What's the thing that I need to measure to define that and it's actually so complex and shows that kind of our understanding off. This issue is still quiet, you know, like is evolving. So what is the inter relationship between the hormone balance in the body or the hormone makeup in the body and body weight? Yeah, well, that it is an interesting question, and as feeling said, um, that there it's hard to pinpoint a single homeowner, a single gland that Is related to obesity, and an endocrinology is about homelands and Glens. But there are actually lots of hormones that are produced in the body, both in the fat tissue and in the gut that sends signals to the brain that about our appetite and that control our appetite and our energy metabolism on are we Are we entirely subservient to those demands of the hormones. Um, look, that's a difficult question. Um, that's my job. Your job is desiccated to answer the difficult questions Now do I realize that's probably making a participant. You know, we're not We all like to feel that we have individual choices, and we're not purely driven by our biology. But a lot of that behavior is driven by a biology more than we would like to admit. In fact, I think there was some slides. You had them in the lecture about the kind of the genetics office and how through fascinating twin studies. Yeah, you can. You can show that. It's not just about the choices that we weigh. Think we're making. Ah, lot of it is actually kind of down to fate. Yeah, well, yeah, It's a lot of it is not within our conscious control, so We can choose what we eat. We can choose our physical activity. We can choose our behaviors to some degree, but Um, you know, you know, given environment what size we are, how hungry we are, how quickly we feel full the types of foods that we like to eat. What everybody does with those foods are tendency to store fat, a tendency to burn energy. Those things aren't within our control. The other fries that is thrown around by the lake eyes. The whole idea of I've got a quick metabolism. So that is that if you have a large meal, and then you find that you are hungry, the sort of next day or later that day It seems very unfair in the minds of some who says how has your metabolism in work? Does metabolism even belong in this conversation? It does, but it's hard to measure and it's not something that we can really control. Is it into linked with with hormonal is always metabolism, a different system within the body. No, it is. It is interlinked with hormones and with how we burn energy and how affected shoot uses energy. So what I find interesting about these talks. Metabolism is that really comes to mind when we're talking about white loss because often people will find that initially that they can lose, you know quite a bit of weight. And then, almost like it feels like this something putting the brakes on and that bright is often the metabolism and all that kind of compensations. That kind of happening skinny. Speak a bit about how it is that made Whole minds with chains or whatever it is intense. Biology makes some of that weight loss difficult for people who are basically Yeah, That's a good question. Um If we start from Effect that we adults in general tend to hold a fairly stable weight over a long period of time. So even though day today what we're eating, how much activity we're doing, it's never exactly the same day today, but over over long periods weeks months years Most adults keep a fairly steady weight. Even if we you know within within a range within maybe five or 10 kg, but over prolonged periods in our life, we hold a fairly steady wait for the most part. And okay. Oh, yeah. Sorry. So I was going to say that, you know, answer the question about what puts the brakes on when we start losing weight is that our body is then designed to help protect us from losing weight. So.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Walked outside when the storm's passed to find trees down in his family's front yard. Mama said it was in tonight to get ready. Come throughout day They all I heard was with tornado siren going off and then not dad. Her who then I doubt her pump pump pump pump. I don't know what was going on. I walked outside. I see tree down and it all right? Federal environment Minister Susan Leaves stepped in to prevent a go cart track being built on the site in new the New South Wales Central west that some aboriginal people believe is sacred. Molly Gorman reports. The Baptist Regional Council wanted to build the go kart track it Matt Panorama, while Luke, but it was opposed by some local traditional owners, who say the proposed location in a park at the summit is sacred. In March. Minister Susan Lee granted temporary protection under Aboriginal cultural heritage legislation. Today she's announced a 10 year protection order will be approved. He's prevents Earth works, including the construction of a track but does not interfere with existing motor racing, sporting or recreational activities. A teenage boy has died in a motor cross accident had Banya one Brisbane's north side. The 16 year old was taking part in the Queensland joke Bike championships when he ran into a fence just before two o'clock this afternoon. Inspector Laurie Shelving says it's tragic. One of the riders has an excellent during that rice and he's come often, unfortunately died at the scene, so very tragic incident and something that nobody would have foreseen. On this one family. He.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:47 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"H time. Reach out on you shall shine on way run in and fall out from bird around for the key. Ways. Keep the light on for you. He tried so hard to be alive. What else can you do? But close your eyes can't see the beautiful way when you're burning so bright You're hot Penny. I eyes smile like fire sale. Everyone's a suspect. The horses won't move up the rail ways. Keep the light on for you. You try so hard to be alive. What else can you do? But close your eyes. See you away when you're so right. Your sadness. See? Waits in the way Mayo long floor on two buds in the chimney. Yeah. Wait. What else can we do? The close your eyes. You can see the beautiful way when you're burning so Yes, Doctor. Always, boy you trying to say is I know what else to do. Close. Your eyes Can't see beautiful way when you're running, so right. Catch the award. Winning Syriza's. You Can't ask that on ABC TV and I View new season. No questions off limits. Oh, my gosh, I don't think I should answer that question. Take a front row seat as misunderstood. Australians share their stories and answer questions You've always wanted to ask. I just wanted to be accepted. I want to be part of what everybody else must. The new season of You Can't ask that Wednesday nights on ABC TV, or all episodes available to stream now on eye view. This is David, as still on ABC.

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:47 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Yeah, one corrode Castor's written in with a clarification, and I think this krone Castor, it makes a good point. Is that we were quite careful to say it. But perhaps what's worth saying again that this was a study of hospital patients? And so if you got into hospital with the B 117, you are no more likely to die than somebody who did not have the B 117 variants. So have the previous variance. It still looks like it's the case that you're more likely to end up in hospital to be 117. So it's violent enough to get you into hospital. But if you get began to hospital, you know more likely to die, However, by the very fact that more people would be 117 or entering hospital, you will get more deaths. As a result, so the fact that the B 117 is circulating more contagious, more people entering hospital. Even if we got the same risk of dying once they get into hospital, the fact that you've got more people hitting hospital, you will get more death. So if we gave the impression that it's benign, it's not right. It's still putting that message. Strain on those hospital systems. Yeah, and increasing the risk of death just by Dent of numbers. Exactly. And so it's just a question or two from the audience. And then that is asking if you're a blood donor, and you've been vaccinated against Harvard. Well, the antibodies you have developed help the recipient of a the U haul blood or any products of your blood would be nice. If it's true. They're not that concentrated in the blood. So when you give The antibody treatment for covered 19, which hasn't been shown to be terribly effective. It really is concentrated. So you spin it down these spend the blood, Diane. See you gave a concentrated form of it to inject back into people says to doll you really Maybe forms off transfusion that you can get, which would give you a concentrated doors of the antibodies, But really, you would not expect to help very much right? That's what you're talking about. When we say convalescent plasma therapy, that's right. And then a question from both narrative and Rachel. They're both people under 50. They've received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and they just wondering whether it's safe for them to Get the second dose or whether they should wait and swap over and get fired. If it becomes available to them. We don't know the answer to that question. Yet their studies going on in Britain, which we mentioned before, which are mixing the vaccines to see what effect it has in terms of safety and efficacy, and we're waiting on the results of that. So it's not known yet whether it's safe to mix the vaccines from the experience with previous vaccines that is safe and actually quite effective. Makes vaccines so they're expecting that will be okay. But we don't know that for sure. Yet. If you've had your first Astra vaccine without any negative side effects, does it you then safer to have the second does there have been one or two reports off people getting the clotting after the second does It doesn't seem to be as big a problem after the first does. One caveat there, which is that it's 12 weeks between the two Astra does is in the U. K, which is probably got the largest experience, so we get to see a lot of second doors is Come through in terms of the doctor, and if you go back to that study, we were speaking about the beginning off side effects. It was the first Astra vaccine that gave the most side effects in terms of systemic effects willing crap. Having a sore arm, and so on, then the 2nd 2nd doors, So on that basis, you would expect the second doors to be stimulating the immune system less and if you come to the clotting issue. You would expect it to be much, much lower. And you know we don't have proof of that yet, but it does seem to be the case. That is, of course, Doctor Norman Swan with taking Tyler and the co host of Corona cast. If you'd like to hear previous episodes or possibly that one, and it's, uh In its entirety. You can do that at the IBC website, ABC dot net dot au, and likewise, Theeighties. Listen up there in your room at the Pabst or.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"What are they on about? Do they seem to be a subject of the rules of others? And what's the best one to buy? So we're not bagging them, But we're we'd like some more info about themselves. Have to get your thoughts. If you're on a bike and a to join us in the first hour. What else? Global affairs. We're going to Cuba Last week, the Cuban Communist Party. Selected President Manuel Diaz Canel to the powerful position of first victory. It's not it's not a Castro for the first time since there's a little Castro 60 years exactly. He's been described as a pin pushing bureaucrat, which doesn't really sort of Jill, with the cigar chomping military fatigue. Wearing past of the Castros doesn't not really s O. Anyway, we'll find out where Cuba's hated things seem to have improved a bit since then. Some of the sanctions on Cuba where eased in true crime. We're gonna look at the history of safe breakers in Sydney. I love that I love a bit of safe breaking. You have separate movies always have the same motifs, You know, you know it's going to deep safe breakers always have the same thing you know, with the click. It's true. It's true. That's just dealing with fingertips. Can you hear? Click, click thinking the noise goes. Thank you think he's got any way We'll look at the life and times of an Italian migrant, Jovana Luci. It was a super safe break off anyone talk all about that and issue of the day. There's a new draft school curriculum. It's which says that kids don't have to learn the time. Until the time first off worth of the best. Well, now they do eventually. Okay, Yeah, but there's some other issues around a swell so we'll talk about that. Plus these repatriation flights from India. This bit was think about that as well. So your thoughts on all of that after the money challenge fantasy have a great show for Look. I hope so. You will coming up after news. It is the night life and coming up shortly. We have the latest in Corona casts its 25 minutes until news time. Jonathan Kendall. Welcome to the conversation. Our real people, real stories bringing Victoria together on all sorts of topics and issues. I can't wait. Oh, stay here in Melbourne, and I'll be in sale in Gippsland. Hey, what do you want to be called? Jonathan Jonno Jarai. Whichever way you want to go on. Fine when you're in trouble, Jonathan Kendall. No, don't do that. I'll get scared. Well, welcome. Anyway. Thank you very much for show. Jonathan Kendall joins the conversation our next week on ABC Radio Milburn. This is David Asshole on ABC radio. Thank you. In fact, warrant in East Brunswick has suggested I.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"It Z Dunning and tells a Story and and it's got lots of human rated it. It's a beautiful piece of work. 17 minutes past nine in the East and in the West. It's 17 minutes past seven. David s still here on ABC evenings and I'm telling to Gilman of any Who's the new festival director of vivid Sydney. She's also been looking after some incredible festival's over her time as so your festival director, including the likes of Lunar New Year in Moment, the Firelight Festival in that same city, but across Really crossed all states and the gay Mardi Gras, too, was one of your first big gigs Healthy times like that big in terms of the kind of big public gathering or the kind of grand scale Cultural Festival. How things changed from those days, which let's say early late eighties early nineties to where we are now not side from the whole kind of covert protocols. What else has changed in that time? I think audiences have become a lot more discerning. You know, I think we were very great best second nearly days well in late eighties, early nineties, when I was You know, believing the theater world and moving into big events. I think audiences were a lot more. I think grateful is the wrong word. But, you know, would soak up pretty much anything and Now they've assignment. We really haven't event industry and Australia. Where is back then? It was only just beginning to their new industry. People are much more to send because it's so much more choice. I mean, taking out the last 18 months, of course, when the industry sort of tend to a grinding home, but there's a lot lot more choice and Which is terrific, and it's and it's become an industry that employs, you know, but thousands of people and brings you know millions and millions of dollars into the country and effect the interstate visitors. It's a great chance to because you know that that bubble it's not a big bubble these days. That's gonna be a chance for everyone to get to Sydney and check it out. It's a different time of the year two is not guilty. Yeah, It's normally a little bit too, major. Yeah. And we it was canceled last year. And so this actually said, plowed through the producer of the event, decided Tonto push it to August, hoping that Bye Bye. Then we'd have you know a vast amount of the population vaccinated or at least have been seeded being doing with the pandemic and we have been so fingers crossed everything. Everything keeps going to planet. Yeah, and we get get the show on the road. You know what? When you wake up tomorrow, it's gonna be 98 sleeps. What's the tea that still needs to be crossed? What's that I that still needs to be done it before Show time. They brought lots to do. We're just locking down the program now, so the full program will be released at the end of May so people to keep on eye out for that she needs calm is Andre You know, we're just getting contracts all sorted out with the final touches to the program says it's tickets, Score out Ideas program and our music program will go on sale. So, yeah, lots of eyes and tease, But we'll get there. We've got 99 98, then. Yeah, I can't marry you in can dispel your core escape. May you be resplendent in your vivid finery fit Congratulations on the new gig, guilt and looking for the same program. That drop in in a month or so. Well, thank you. Come with me. I'd love to get up there. Who knows? I might even find myself up there and check out the I'd like to leave inside a glass of champagne. Haven't we do that? Okay. Thank you. Good night. Well what? It's real job. That is Gilman of any their festival Director. If you'd like to see what is happening is things take shape. Look out for vivid city. And keep in mind that it is slightly later this year. Normally it is this. We just heard kind of major. It's August, essentially across the width of order August from that, the sixth Through to the 28. Have you ever jumped into a serf? It's not time or even just sort of dusk. And that is that if you found your hand across the water, there's this wake. Constellation. Almost there in the water. What what's going on there? That's sort of all that little galaxy of photo plankton. I'm still trying to work out. What's the benefit of that? I would imagine that it's actually a whole lot easier for the predators to see you if you going around twinkling in the sea. But they must be some benefit coming up on someone who can actually explain what the benefit might be is coming in very shortly. Bioluminescence were going from vivid to nature's vividness very shortly. The time is 22. Minutes past the hour when history is made, that course Game. Please, Playing finally Thank you's out loud in a Sheffield Steel final, ABC sport Is there.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"If you like vibrant on more likely to respond in an auto immune kind of way, and women are known to be more risk of auto immune disease. It's not entirely known why I could be hormonal affecting the immune system. It could be much more fundamentally genetic. We don't know the reason. So it's a mystery. But it is quite correctly, a correlation, not causing effect. And yes, it could be something to do with lifestyle. But you know, the dot on lifestyle is that people was activity does decline, particularly women's activity does decline. Through the years and drops off quite precipitously after teenage years, So I wish we were more active than we actually are. And on that Merrill is asking is the 50 year old cut off, and I mean phenomenon related to menopause status. I women postman of menopause at lower risk of clotting. Look, there's lots of things that happened around the time of the menopause. Summer mythology like Suddenly increase your risk of heart disease. That's not true. It's a steady increase as you age, but there are other things that happen around menopause with the change in eastern levels to do with the way your brain works, mental health issues. Other phenomena, and it could be immune phenomena as well. Some of the women who are getting this are much younger than you really expect them to get menopause and I've not seen any doubt on menopause is possible. What's yet to be elucidated and speaking of women's reproductive systems, Oscar and Maeve. He's 20 month old daughter have have been listening to Corona cast every morning and Jade maids month he's pregnant and due this month. What's the current advice for her regarding vaccination? Well, congrats. Congratulations. We, you know, to united no credit for the pregnancy, but you know it's great news. I'm a surprise. You've had time given all this time that you've been listening to chronic cast but well done. It's only 10 minutes a day Normal. The podcast. I mean, lasts, you know last for 24 hours before the next one comes in seriously, though, there's good news coming in about the fires of vaccine particular from the United States that his visor vaccine at least is safe in pregnancy. Haven't seen good daughter on the Astro vaccine. It's likely that one will be safe, too. But we don't know for sure. So if either one is emerging is really quite safe, and pregnancy will be interesting to see whether the T G a Accepts the daughter on pregnancy from the reports of the coming out, but I think some studies have started to start to a marriage as well. You go. That is taking the Norman Impersonating the to Ronnie's there on the Quranic cast. You'd like to hear the full episode or go back and see if you can work out the double meanings in a lot of those last remarks, then you can head for the ABC website, ABC dot net dot to you Look at for Corona cast. That is your key. Searched him. And you can also fire a question to that same portal. It is nine minutes until the news on coming up. We've got weather, of course very soon. Tight Rafi, president of the Building Football Club, to be the first female president of the oldest football club in the world, and in fact the oldest sporting club in the world, You know, it's such a massive honor. Virginia tree Ali, You're in trouble. Now. Someone will take to saying Melvin's the oldest competitive team in the world oldest professional team in the strikes in the world and I am going world these antics. Melbourne haven't been competitive for years. Virginia Tree Ali weekday mornings from a third on ABC Radio Melbourne. This is David Estelle on NBC Radio. Milburn and Victoria at Caroline Hampton has very far memories off the jukebox in the Norton Hotel, the Nordo.

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"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"astle" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"I know it's hard to get up a friend when you're home. Doesn't know how to man on I I know I'm a call you way you should have left you alone. I won't let you stay. Come back in my hand. You will fine. It's better. You're old lover. Hi. Give up that girl. In that little black rain. Then the one you know, you know. That you always try to keep On. Forget that one who was only other man should never did You No good, did you? No, no. Danny. How come back in my own, Andrea will fine. It's better. In the morning. Look, don't know sent you think your mother some money? Every move. The fix must show one day. Today Leave. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Mac in my You know, you got some real live, It's better leave. So open your home. To the haven now. This whole issue. If you love allowed Little beauty that surrounds you to truly about with Then maybe he'll know The love that you found Then come back in my arms, baby. You know, you got to realize that it better leave your car over. You got to leave the O. Hold your baby. That's on me. You're Welcome back to breakfast. Professor Brett sudden Thank you Every day weekdays from 5 30..

New Zealand Airport Worker Tests Positive Day After Bubble Opens

Evenings with David Astle

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

New Zealand Airport Worker Tests Positive Day After Bubble Opens

"Case of covered 19 in a New Zealand airport workers raised questions over the future of the trans Tasman travel bubble. It's being just over a day since the bubble opened, allowing quarantine free travel between Australia and New Zealand. It's understood the worker who's tested positive contracted the virus after being fully vaccinated, the bubble remains open, Experts say. One positive case isn't cause for alarm, epidemiologist Professor Tony Blakely says it's no reason to doubt the effectiveness of vaccines. Obviously, the fixing works at two different levels. One is that stopped you getting very sick and also it hopefully stopped. You getting infected and passed it off. It was always gonna be some fair euro. Now they're using fires from the center figure. It's probably only temp scenes also

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We Thought he Got Lost in the Woods

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:24 min | 11 months ago

We Thought he Got Lost in the Woods

"You go down to the woods today yes shaw for a big surprise especially feel the protagonist in tonight's story so nice of you to join me around the campfire again. You know how much. I enjoyed it when you come home. Cheers me up. No end to have company around fire. Wow tonight story is horrific tragic sad scared coming. Awesome story to go something like this. Tonight's story doesn't take place on the land by the area surrounding it c- he wasn't just the land. There was evil. It was the whole damn area. I feel disgusted with myself a writing. This and i've been writing for about three days trying to figure out the best way to convey the horror get laid off my chest. It was spring hand in the woods. Spring is very colorful and noisy. Everything's blooming killing you with allergies and all the animals shouting out. They once again. We had a few spring showers and the temperature was rather mild topping at around seventy eight for the whole season. Thomas was a seventeen year old boy. Who like most kids in my area liked to fish out of a big creek. Aptly named big creek at the center of the conglomeration of small towns big creek ground through the woods for about thirty or so miles and was almost white enough to be colder river. If you're familiar with the spring river it was about half as wide as that is widest point. I always imagined that if they hadn't code a big creek they would called it a little river anyway. Thomas was the best fisherman of his soul. He was older than my brother of whom i was young. But we all still hung out despite age. Differences thomas tommy loved the outdoors. You know the expression you can take out of the woods but you can't take the woods out of the man that was tommy in a nutshell as with most kids in this area. Tommy a dropped out of school about a year prior to help around the fall. Yeah this town was really backwards. But that didn't hinder friendship. In fact told me was one of our best friends. We'd met told me about a year after we moved to the land and initially i thought he was. An astle. affects meeting was well. It ended up in a bad way for me. And some unfortunate ambassador. I've always been able to see things. Glimpses uv bad things to come. I get this from my mother about that. And i meeting with tommy a two completely separate stories. The point is thomas was one of half assed friends. He and my brother went to school together for a few years until tom decided to drop pounds. I know calculus and chemistry and stuff. I'm educated without a diploma. He'd said one day as we met it out fishing spelt. My brother and i looked at him flabbergasted. So tommy drought and spent days working at his uncle's palm fishing with us camping. Modding of the dut roads on which we live. Tommy was always full of energy and was a very excitable pass. He had a passion for wildlife and woodland's and conservation which was something that threw me for a loop when he dropped out. He told us that his uncle was trying to repair. The damage is done that he needed help around the farm if they wanted to enjoy the simple things in life such as eating and having clean water his uncle was not a nice man in fact it was a miracle that tommy was even able to live with him as he'd been convicted of doing something very nasty with two floating. Niro girls back in eighty three was part about it as if it needed to be. Wise was the fact that they were his nieces. he'd been sent away until ninety five whereupon he was released on good behavior after that he just kind of melted into the woods. Living off an inheritance raising told me hated his uncle and his uncle hated tommy. Many with a nice wet thomas would just can put his favorite sites about a mile down from fishing sponsor. Tommy often told and showed us the signs of his abuse such as cigarette burns in the middle of his back missing teeth. Aw teeth that were broken. In half

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"astle" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"astle" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"Your thoughts and opinions who've never been in this example who'd never walked a mile in our shoes who's never been in our situations who doesn't know what it's like to be poor doesn't know what is like to be african american or black. No what it's like to be hispanic coming off here. Does it know what is the the asian in has some astle all the virus a china virus for those of us who aren't women and don't have to go through the stuff that they have to go through being women for those of us who aren't gay don't realize don't understand or not educated enough to understand what the gay community is going through. Please shut the fuck up. Please do not interject your thoughts and your feelings about anything to shut up and listen. Listen learn learn. Listen shut up listen. Learn take the learning. Take the education girl cloth go across tracks back to your community and then educate and we can start that virus a virus of education virus of understanding a virus of unity of virus of love. I guess you could say a virus of positivity news you'll see that would u. n. old reformed exactly when..

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"astle" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

Building Business Resilience

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"astle" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

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Pros and Cons of Living Apart Together While Married - burst 01

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Pros and Cons of Living Apart Together While Married - burst 01

"This is a great frigging topic man. I am so excited I can't even tell you when I started researching when I saw this article pop up I was like Oh good. This'll be interesting and I'm reading and I'm like I love this this is Oh my God this is great and then get to the bottom and whose picture is there David Astle? seriously my jaw drop downs like. Are. You kidding me right now. That's so cute when I was like this is not real. Cool like what else could he? How else can he blow my mind? Well, we're going to blow your mind again.

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Pros and Cons of Living Apart Together While Married - burst 01

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Pros and Cons of Living Apart Together While Married - burst 01

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China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats

WSJ What's News

05:44 min | 1 year ago

China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats

"Hong Kong is a global banking center home to several multinational companies. It seen by the business community as a gateway to China was so much at stake. We're taking a closer look at the impact of China's new security on the region Wall Street. Journal markets. Columnist Mike. Byrd is based in Hong Kong. He joins US NOW MIKE WELCOME! Thanks very much for having me. Mike you're on the ground in Hong. Kong you are very much in touch with the business community. Put this in perspective for us. Just how big of a deal is this? The first thing to say is that we don't have a lot of detail on what is going in this low. We know that it will have rules on secessionist Atta. Choose to subversion of the Chinese state and to some vague implications. Abou- coming under foreign influence, but we don't know the straight detail of it. The actual text of the law has yet to be published, so it's difficult for businesses to make a firm idea of of what this is going to mean for them for the moment. Moment is a lot of confusion, and it's also extremely sensitive topic, because not knowing what's in that bill means that you don't know what will be illegal to save from tomorrow. What you may encounter legal difficulties from saying a lot of international businesses staying relatively quiet about that even now organizations like the American Chamber of Commerce relatively quiet organizations that have to be fat up until now been fairly critical of the idea of the national security, though a now being very cautious about what they say. Mike as you know as we've reported a top executive from banking, giant HSBC signed a petition supporting the legislation, saying it supports any law to stabilize social order in Hong, Kong and economic prosperity and development to have that backing from HSBC. How significant is that? I think hate be. Situation has turned out to be as a bit of a microcosm for war. The problem is for businesses more broadly in Hong Kong, which is a SPEC- signed up to the idea. The national security though they had an executive sign up to that was referred to in Chinese media in state media as sort of too little too late that that support was slow that it wasn't absolute that it wasn't clear from the beginning now. Hong Kong HSBC was obviously criticize full completely the opposite for signing the bill astle is very difficult to find this sort of middle ground position that businesses like hate pc, especially those with sort of one foot in the West and one foot in China. They've done really well in the past couple of decades in Montaigne and jewel role. It's now increasingly difficult to. To do the HAGIA species come under fire from both sides for doing it. It's likely to continue doing so, and that's going to be the case for other large Hong Kong. Business as you go companies like Johnny Matheson, which are really West and run by of had a big influence in Asia for longtime. They're gonNA find it increasingly difficult to straddle both sides. I WANNA. Point out at the time HSBC said it supported laws that will enable Hongkong to rebuild its economy and maintain the principle of one country, two systems, any indication from any companies, especially those that are based in the West that they will curb their presence or scale back their presence or future business deals in Hong Kong. You've seen some smaller organizations to that. In the couple of research firms here, but people mostly stray away from saying for a couple of reasons, one thing is if you have to do business in mainland China saying that you leaving Hong. Kong because of a load of the government of mainland China wants to pass is a bad look. It's not GonNa win you any friends in the mainland. The second reason is purely cost related. It's expensive to move people and if If it becomes the case that it won't disrupt Your Business Operations you've moved people. You probably lost employees in the process. You probably lost deals in the process for no reason. as a reporter is sold. Is Covering London during twenty sixteen businesses talked a lot about leaving because of brexit talks about the risks. Relatively few of them did precisely because it's so expensive to do so disruptive if there are any circumstances in which you can stay, you probably will. And Mike as a journalist who lives in Hong Kong who is very familiar with the business community. What are the lingering questions you have? What are the unknowns that need to be answered to get scope about the significance and impact of this decision. I think the honest answer is that we won't know enough about the little to know how Lafayette businesses until it begins being enforced you have lose like this in mainland China and it's the selectiveness of their enforcement. That really matters whether it's used as the Hong Kong. Government is broadly suggesting the Hong Kong. Government. He's very keen to stress that this won't affect most people that it shouldn't affect national businesses. Many businesses may not in a cynical way mind this of law, if it really just applies to political dissidents, if it's just used to crackdown police political dissidents, and that will be the same as many businesses finding mainland China, many businesses find. Find even in places like Singapore they can live without sort of thing, but the strict text of the bill may prove to provide situations for the Hong Kong government to pursue international businesses if they wanted to. So I think we'll have to see where we are in a few months time once the lawyers and who's being caught up in it. Who's being warned about legally? WHO's actually going to call? He's being prosecuted for until that happens is going to be really difficult to say the soda scope of the Law until it actually begins to fullest. Mike Byrd joining us from Hong Kong great to have you on the podcast. Thanks very much.

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Roundabout Roundup: Project Runway, Comments by Celebs, and Tomato Timer

Parenting Roundabout

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Roundabout Roundup: Project Runway, Comments by Celebs, and Tomato Timer

"That. We think you'll find is useful or enjoyable as we do. We call this our roundabout roundup and I will go first. My daughter and I have been watching project runway The most recent season that finished up. I believe sometime in March This is season eighteen. And it's on its back on Bravo so it wasn't bravo than it moved to lifetime now came back to Bravo and it has carly kloss in the Heidi Klum role and Christian Syria. No past winner in the Tim. Gunn role and people were concerned about this to use the word that Tim. Gunn like to use a lot But I'm here to tell you that Christian is great. He is fun and funny and he just he just goes around and says and he can convey quite a lot with his little man but he has really good feedback and advice and he yeah. He's good he's gone so yes she soon. I feel like maybe watching project runway so we just started and It's been something fun doing together. Nice so and it's the season's over so you can you know you can start from the beginning and get all the way through it without having to wait for anything so astle we are doing Nicole. What is on the instagram minute? It you actually gone this one for me Catherine type in quite enjoying of late. So thank you very much for doing the research for me this past week. But I'm going to shout out an instagram account called comments by celebs and it's basically screen shots of instagram posts on which a celebrity has commented and You often see Chrissy Teigen but Lots of good ones. That give you make you chuckle. A lot of them are like former CO stars or You know where they're commenting on one another's page or There is even you know sister. You know siblings and It's cool it's it's very random and in it's kind of fun to see that they're just like us in the same vein of A. Didn't we WANNA talk here about rob blow on Instagram? And how his son has his sons roast him on instagram. All the time and this is sort of similar yet in spirit like there's one here just looking at its huge ackman's a instagram account. Any posted a picture of him and his wife and he was commemorating the twenty four. The last twenty four years so is there. Twenty four th wedding anniversary. So is that a picture of him and his lovely wife twenty four years ago and so he's saying you know I love you devs with every fiber my soul happy anniversary Yada Yada Yada and then Ryan Reynolds comments hanging there. Deb So it was just destroyed. You need at this time. That's right exactly. It's a lips. Have a Lotta time on their hands right now. So probably will be comedy have to do that. So what do you have Terry this week? Well for those of us who are still actually working. I have a recommendation of a very simple APP. That was very helpful for me. This past week is were recording. I think I've talked about before about the pomodoro technique by which you work for twenty five minutes get five minutes off work for twenty five minutes five minutes off. I think I've probably suggested other tools for doing this that I have used for awhile and then discarded as is my way but The one that I am using just at the moment that was very helpful. Got Me through a really intense four days worth of work. is just called tomato timer. And it's on the APP store for iphone. At least I don't know about android but it's just it has a little circle and you poke the circle and it starts counting down to zero and then it puts another circle for your five minutes and it's just that visual as the time goes the filling on the inside of the circle goes down so you kind of have a visual reminder. Also casts shows the time as it takes down Not a lot of bells and whistles not a lot of stuff to type in and fill in and follow up and report and all that just counts down for you in a visual manner. You can have it on your iphone next to your computer as you're working on it will keep you focused. Theoretically it did it worked very well for me for that space of time. So

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Jane and Ann Esselstyn Dish Up Some Kitchen Confidence

Plant Strong

06:50 min | 1 year ago

Jane and Ann Esselstyn Dish Up Some Kitchen Confidence

"Okay I am here with an S. Allston and Jane astles than we had an unseasoned. One of the plan. Strong podcast but surprisingly. This is the first time that I've had Jane on and I thought it would be appropriate that when I had Jane also have an-and because you guys are almost like tweedle tweedle dum many ways And it's really it's amazing to me to see how how you guys have become almost like best best friends like over the last couple years and I'm just like love to hear it from each of you like what. How would you describe your relationship now? We'll learn more next door neighbors and and we're working partners at times and John is by parents so their next door and and I feel so lucky in the parents that somehow I got an ESA as my parents like. What are the chances? And what look and then to be next door to them and to work with them and is just amazing. So I don't know how it's a weird to categorize parental child relationship as best frenzy. But it but we are totally companions. The luckiest thing was for us was when you guys move next door. That was just incredible. It's the way it should be. Have our kids? Are Your children? Grow Up? And weaken desert watched them. You know. Pick them up at school. It's been fantastic and cheer them on. It Swayed Jane. The best part is when Jane is was cooking and making all the recipes for your three books rip. Se and I were the recipients of ABC So many meals that. I didn't have to cook for the longest time. All right. It's funny how what a gift that is. Someone cooks for you. It is funny on well in some for people that don't know Jane spearheaded the the recipe sections in my last three books so plan strong than the engine to seven day rescue. And then the engine to cookbook. It's funny I thought there were two books. Three Africa the other seven. Yeah I know yeah in this and we did our book together. Yeah which was great and her end is actually without Jane. I would just not be doing anything because she is the leader. She has the ideas here. You said because that's so true. Yes I do logistics. I I type things up I right. We need this this this. Let's do this this this and you're like China too much and then once we start you just run with it and you hijacked the whole show. Well so you when you say this show a lot of the listeners may or may not know but Jayne probably what two years ago now? You started a exactly youtube right. I think deserted. Youtube channel is basically. It's it's you and an that are on every episode during doing something. Something different usually related to cooking right. Yeah we'll plant perfect implant strong stand the first time chain had go over she she guidelines and I just stood there like I was totally like I didn't want to be there. I didn't know why I was. There was no. There's no classroom or participants or people to talk to so and now it's kind of fun. Yeah if you WANNA laugh go back to the first of our youtube and look how. She was grumpy pants. Well how many. How many different youtube shows have you done? Now you videos. What are we done on? You think we don't seventy seventy but we're let me tell you saying absolutely crazy now. Esi has been this spearhead of all of this for all of us. I mean he is pioneer. Yeah Pioneer I mean he's behind it all and now when we travel we go places. I mean even when we go to places like Denmark or Iceland. I cannot believe the number of people that come up to me and say oh off I live your videos an se. Standing Right there beside me. And I'm feeling what I'm just about as aren't you talk to me is as long as the line? What to me is so perfect about? It is when I go back when we started doing Our weekend events back going now. Gosh seven eight years ago in in you to do you're cooking demonstrations and people would come up. I know they come up to you but to me and say your mother and your sister need to have their own cooking show they are. They're who they are so educational. You're amazing and now you guys also you have your own show right. Yeah we're first years waiting for someone to say. Hey we designed cooking shows you can. We're waiting for that not me. Well I didn't know what to think what would happen. I mean we just sort of waited and so what's cooking? Show call now that you have besides your youtube channel. Ge Appliances which is a company which is part of a company called higher H. A. R. They're an innovative Racers were re grew group company and they were looking for the next new thing to do on the Internet so they eat saw that we had high engagement numbers and they were like all the most. The comments positive. There's plenty of people who have negative things to say which is fine and how to get on the Internet to that. I can't I don't know what the negative comment so this branch of GE appliances from owned by higher approached US and said. Hey we have this company called cooking with Chievo and you'll can cook live and people who sign up to take this class with you will get a grocery list and they'll cook live with you at a set time on a set date and it's a nice dinner together when we cook for. It's almost about an hour plus of cooking hour and a half of cooking and plenty of time just talking in explaining your first answering questions. It's time we did it. They flew US DOWN TO LOUISVILLE TO ONE OF THEIR TEST. Kitchen type things which just happened to be in a little old house anyway but now now we're doing from our home which is which is nicer us just convenient wise but we'll see we'll hope to continue with them. You know doing occasional

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Noah Baumbach Digs Into A 'Marriage Story'

The Frame

09:59 min | 2 years ago

Noah Baumbach Digs Into A 'Marriage Story'

"It's the opening scene in the film ahead of a screening of marriage story at the telluride film festival this year and in front of a live audience. I spoke with driver. Just after Martin Scorsese presented him with a career. Honor driver was at telluride for marriage story and another upcoming movie the report in which he plays a US Senate investigator looking into this as use of torture after nine. Eleven driver explain what his relationships are like with directors. He's worked with multiple times and that list includes Jim Jarmusch and marriage story. Filmmaker Noah Baumbach. There's there's something that we are way of working. Our work ethic is similar in that. They don't take it for granted that we're making a movie. The has the potential to reach a plays that as far away and either give language to a culture. That's completely different than ours. And someone's paying a lot of money for us to be here right right now for this amount of time to do this thing that will last forever and labeled the feeling and how powerful that is why why take that for granted why show up and kind of wing it you know or not. Consider what it is. You're saying and that no detail is too who small now. Obviously there's traps and all of that that you can get so worked up in details that you're trying to control everything and don't leave room for you know something. That's more abstract with those people. They're brilliant writers and create a set an environment onset where you're free to You know all those things that hope from from people you're free to get it wrong and you're free to explore and but really don't take it for granted if I was trying to summarize summarize it which is kind of hard. They very much curated the people that they want to work with in front and behind the camera and you feel like as much as everything thing is both has meaning and as meaningless. You don't don't take it for granted and finding people that have your same work ethic gets a rare thing. I think I just repeated myself three times the best show of hands. How many people in telluride for the atom driver double feature marriage story and the report? Wow okay. That's about half a house as quick question without spoiling either film. I WanNa ask you about Dan. Jones and CIA's post nine eleven detention and interrogation program which a lot of people would call torture. They call it extreme rendition of the things. What would you say about that film going into it without giving it away about why? That movie spoke. Oh Q.. And why you thought it was something you wanted to do. I mean the topic is was something that I you know embarrassing. They didn't know anything about and I mean the original report is over six thousand thousand pages. The redacted version is just over five hundred and our script with one hundred thirty. How do you how do you tell that story as economically as possible astle but not without leaving the humanity out of it so that all of those things just an opportunity to potentially bring a topic to light that has been in the dark and that I was inspired by you? Hope there's people like that in a room alone toiling away for six years with no support trying to trying to make a difference and that relationship with something that you've grown up with thinking that you can trust and suddenly you know you have to not only do you feel like you're trying to make a moral judgment for the country but internally as well they all those the reasons why I want to do it you were recently doing. Burn this and I'm wondering when you're doing it play and then going. Lean into film or television. What are the things that you might miss retain as an actor? WHO's doing a show in front of a different audience every night when you're not able oh to replicate that on a film set yeah? It's a totally different thing. It's I working with Mila. For example he likes to do a lot of takes and that actually feels more familiar to working on out of play because the lines of the lines. There's no there's no Improv. This is what it is blocking it out. But the intention can be a million different things and he he structured the day smartly so we have enough time to explore all the possibilities of what it could be not just arbitrarily but I mean sometimes and and then sometimes you have to rebel against him and then just do it the way you WanNa do it just to shock yourself and shock the system and then maybe come up with something better but you know it's like a whole run of a rehearsal truncated into a day. which is I rare with? Someone like Noah and you're also rehearsing you know if you can be as much as you can before you start just being prepared to give yourself time to explore all the options and when you don't do that with a soderbergh then I tend to have regret of like you can't help but go home and imagine I had all these ideas that now but then again. Maybe those were bad ideas that I don't know oh anything. The tribute is a sham. Last question I think there are a lot of things that different people will take away from marriage story one being. If you're thinking about going into family law you might reconsider it. But what was the thing that you treasure about making this film with knowing scarlet again. That could be a long answer that I know I should keep short. I mean this movie is hard to. I feel hard to talk about because it's very personal and it was personal. The people who made a collectively and we talked about it a couple of years before we started making those conversations tens of what it's about or what will retry into are still happening but how love can transition and how that can be violent set not not physically violent but an internal violent thing of you know someone kinetically where you know. It's everything your way. Oh you were in a room together a second nature then suddenly to divorce that from yourself That could be painful but maybe it's just transitioning into something different. I thought that was a beautiful idea. This is not a sham. Adam coming up on the frame the writer and director of marriage story Noah Baumbach on capturing the heartbreak of divorce Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn. Our next guest is filmmaker Noah Bam back he wrote and directed indie darlings like Margot at the wedding and the squid and the okay all his stories often feature realistic and flawed characters and it holds true for his latest film marriage. Story Charlie and Nicole played by Adam driver ever and Scarlett Johansson are a couple struggling with the early stages of their divorce bombeck painstakingly mapped out the process of their separation. And that makes watching watching marriage story. especially if you're married a bit like watching a horror film. Here's how bombeck described the movie when we recently spoke at the Middleburg Film Festival. I've a friend who said the movie gets divorced so you don't have to which I think is a nice message from married couples relatively Glib but I can see it Netflix has another movie. That's planet Middleburg called two popes. Your movie is called Marriage Story. They both seem like obvious. Titles but almost inevitable bowl. Did you play around with other things to call this. I didn't coordinate with Fernando Morass. I I It was it was the working title from the beginning. The the idea that I'd come up with something else but like pseudo you know Phil Collins but something about the movie resisted more more specific or poetic titles things like the squid and the whale. Didn't there was no squid in the whale to be found and so I I kept coming back to it. I liked it as its in. Its simplicity. I want to ask you a little bit. Because Adam drivers said that this was a collaborative process and hobbies. You're the writer the director. But how would you describe the process of putting the story together and before we started filming what you were talking to due. At least you're actors about it from the onset. It was important for me to know who the actors who are some of the actors were in the movie. I wanted To Have Charleena Nicole in my head is inspiration but also because I wanted to bring the actors in to the process a bit I Adam. I've I've been friends with now. When so when I brought him sort of some of these ideas he would say like? Oh these are things I might. He he was interested in playing a theater director. That's you know as I remember it. That's how that came into the movie. You have often had characters who you are very articulate. That could be writers. They could be theater directors that could be. They are very capable expressing themselves and talking about. Maybe maybe what they're feeling or what they're feeling about somebody else. Is that something that you think is a pattern. That you like articulate characters who happen to have particular jobs does one beget the other. I don't know I I don't think about it like that. Quite the artistic the fact that they were artists and and creative and professional partners in this movie was I thought important and also narrative interesting because there was sort of more at stake.

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The difference between an a**hole, an a**hat, and an a**clown

WorkLife with Adam Grant

04:55 min | 2 years ago

The difference between an a**hole, an a**hat, and an a**clown

"There's a difference between being an asshole an asshole at an ask clown. Yep. The Oxford English dictionary has recognized all three, but as hat and ask clown don't have the same sting. They're mostly synonyms for obnoxious and asshole is someone disrespects in demeans other people and either denies it. Or just doesn't care think about the assholes you've had to work with how do they show it? Sometimes it's passive aggressive stealing credit doling out blame unfairly invading privacy breaking promises. Other times. It's active aggressive badmouthing, screaming ridiculing. My father used to say to me when you grow up, whatever you do don't be an asshole and don't work with them and don't work for them. Meet Bob Sutton. He's an organizational psychologist at Stanford. He's become something of a connoisseur of assholes at work. An asshole is somebody who leaves you feeling demean de energize in disrespected somebody who leaves you feeling like shit in two thousand seven he wrote a whole book on assholes, and well, he touched a nerve. I got thousands of emails from people who felt as if they were victims of assholes turns out workplaces are full of them and through his research Baba's learned that it's pretty tough to be an asshole to the people above you being an asshole has to do with how you treat the people across from you. And especially below you. Abuse does seem to roll downhill when I looked at my emails and also the research in about eighty percent of the cases, the person who was named as the asshole in their life was their immediate boss. The more Bob heard from employees leaders about the impact of this kind of a heavier the more he became convinced that it must have an actual measurable costs. Just in the last decade studying all forms of abusive behavior in the workplace is become sort of a growth industry in if you and I started doing the list of all the costs that nasty people impose on the people around them about the fiscal in and mental health cost. It's just stunning when notable experiment was done with medical teams in Israel. You see him had a physician in to nurses from the newborn intensive care unit. And they were brought in to work with visiting expert. Some teams are randomly assigned to be berated by the expert. He told them he wasn't impressed with the quality of medicine there. And they. Last a week in his department after being salted like this. The accuracy of the teams diagnoses was almost twenty percent lower and the procedures. They did were fifteen percent less effective. I'm guessing you wouldn't want a fifteen percent less effective heart transplant. I mean, this is one of the biggest problems with treating people like dirt or less likely to call out errors done by others to avoid mistakes. People have to communicate especially about things that Mike wrong. And asshole creates an environment of fear where people stay silent to avoid rocking the boat. And if getting demotivated isn't bad enough get this working with an asshole literally makes you dumber. There's some evidence that that after one who's been abused or disrespected that one's cognitive ability is temporarily affected when experiment is especially revealing student showed up for a study only to learn that they were in the wrong room and had entered a professor's office for some students. Professor just directed them to the right room. The other half of the time the students got this. Excuse me. Can't you read? There's a sign on the door. That tells you the experiment will be in room one twenty three, but you didn't even bother to look at the door. Did you? Instead, you preferred to disturb me and ask for directions when you can clearly see that. I'm busy. I'm not a secretary here. I'm a busy professor. What an asshole the poor students who were randomly assigned to that treatment were then asked to solve some anagrams, and they solved a quarter fewer anagrams correctly. Then the students saw someone drop a bunch of books the ones who just been verbally abused were nine times less likely to help. Assholes undermine our ability to think, clearly and creatively. But what seems absolutely damning is that they also leave us with more negative attitudes toward others, prolonged bullying turns other people in Astles. So it's a contagious disease that spreads. Of course, everyone has a limit at some point people just give up they quit, occasionally, they even get revenge. Others research from fast food restaurants that that when people have an abusive supervisor running the restaurant that employs are more likely to steal. Although if they're stealing fast food, they're only punishing themselves.

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"astle" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"astle" Discussed on Threedom

"Well, that's where you go during the breaks. Mommy, I swear have haven't figured out. Scott occupants Astle during the breaks. Mommies and daddies daddy's while I'm done with those. I. Paul sorry about. Okay. No, mommy. Life was Father's Day or mother's day. Is it difficult or is it? No, it's not. It's not for me. I mean, it's it's a combination of you know, they've been gone for a long time and our respective relationships. Like, I was closer to my mom than my dad. My dad was so. You know? I mean, she was not easy. She was not easy. But she was I know that she loved me. You know what I mean? Like, we had we had a lot of great Tyler too. I was gonna say I helped a chance that she would say you could say that easily. You could say that she loved me. But, but yeah, we had we were there were good times with my mom, but she was not choose not easy. But my dad was like, so quiet and remote that it's like he it's like he's eight now is when he was alive. Wow. It's really I mean, it really is like that. I would call him. I would call him twice a year. I would call him on Father's Day on call him on his birthday. And it was always like an awkward conversation. So it's almost like you don't have to do those anymore, which is nice kind of. Yeah. So interesting thinking about those relationships, I don't know. I just thinking about people going into like like someone who just like it's like having a baby. And then being like, it'll be a very detached father. Is on this. I'm sure it wasn't to what was expected of. You has changed so dramatically over the years. Don't know what changed like in. Because my mother and father did not have a good relationship. They must have had it for a while must have been. Okay. But but growing up I don't remember. I never saw them exchange any affection, and they effectively stopped speaking to each other. You know, when I was very young, you know, and they don't like when they had to to talk about, you know, whatever about the house, they would talk to each other. But they it's not like they would strike up a conversation. You know, I remember I remember them doing stuff. We would all do stuff as a family when I was little. But I think like definitely by the time. I was in say like eighth grade there they were done right separate bedrooms. And really. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Which which I was from people in a three story some people do that. That for the safe for snoring. Yeah. I well. First of all I knew a couple who do that a while ago, and they had two separate rooms. But then they were decorated totally differently and had their own style. And then I was just reading about this on a blog talking about people's like, marriage advice, or whatever. And it was like always have separate rooms above all these people were talking one one person's quote was all about how they sleep in separate rooms for a snoring and the other person was autistic, and then they have very specific things that who is that was that you Paul. It was weird was like, boo..

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How to Stay Sharp As You Age

The Naked Scientists

03:59 min | 3 years ago

How to Stay Sharp As You Age

"Were often council that we should use it or lose it, particularly when it comes to keeping your mind sharp when you got a bit older, they're saying abounding crossword day keeps dementia bay, but are they actually true. A new study out in the British medical journal says not is colleges. Duncan astle. No. He wasn't involved in this study directly, but he does work on similar research projects Cambridge University, and he's been taking the findings Forrest welcome to the program Duncan. So first of all who's done. This study has been done by a group in Aberdeen led by Rodger stuff institute Medical Sciences with his colleagues, and what would they seek into find out why they recruited a group of sixty four year olds. And then they followed those individuals over the next fifteen years. Seeing each person five times each within that time period. And each time we saw them they measured different cognitive skills, like short term, memory and attention skills. And they also conducted a questionnaire, which they called the intellectual engagement questionnaire. Ask questions about in do you enjoy reading do you enjoy problem solving crosswords? Are you curious to you want to learn about new things like social media? And what they wanted to explore was how the relationship between these two different types of measures changes over that fifteen year period. And does this give them the power critically to control for people who start off from a good point? Because if taking the idea that if I do loss across words, this will defer dementia if I'm starting from a high point, then another person, it may just be that. I was always good at doing crosswords, and I'll just keep doing crosswords, and I have a low risk of dementia anyway versus someone who doesn't do many crosswords starts Molo point, the dementias manifest more, obviously soon. So that's very good questions, the parental. No problem with studying cognitive aging is that it takes a very long time to study it. And so you often end up studying people over relatively short periods of times to fifteen years sounds like a long time. But of course, in within the span, even that's short period of time. But there's something very special about these individuals and that all of them took part in a study in nineteen forty seven when they were all eleven years old. And as part of that study they conducted a cognitive assessment. So they had this very good baseline of cognitive ability from many years before the study even started what they initially hoped to see was that the trajectory of decline in the cognitive skills would be altered by the degree of intellectual engagement from the question as those people who are more intellectually engaged much reduced decline in cognitive skills as they get older. But what they found actually wasn't that the response on the questionnaire moderate the rate of decline they just found that people who were more intellectually engaged had better. A cognitive skills. Overall and everybody declines at roughly the same rate. Right. So the whole idea of use it or lose it is therefore it's a myth. It's not gonna work that way. It's not so much that it's a myth. It's the myth part. I guess is is about the trajectory. So what this study and some other previous have shown is that essentially what predicts good cognitive health in older age is good cognitive health throughout the lifespan, essentially, these people start off further from some kind of functional threshold so they have to drop before they start experiencing cognitive difficulties. Does this mean, then if you've reached old age, and and you've never been that Sharpe's tool in the draw is too late. Or are you saying actually you gotta make the most of what you have got. I think you probably have to make the most of what you have gone. So it's very hard to demonstrate that doing cross wasn't. So on will cause you to have better cognitive health. But it certainly can't hurt. But we do know that there are lots of other. Factors that are very good predictors of cognitive, health and odor ageing difference. Having good cardiovascular health is a great producer of having good cognitive health. So lead healthy life from the get-go. This have the best likelihood of preserving your intellect into old age line.

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A 13-year-old boy is found ‘alert and talking’ after falling into a Los Angeles drainage pipe

The Patti Vasquez Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

A 13-year-old boy is found ‘alert and talking’ after falling into a Los Angeles drainage pipe

"Men who were freed from prison after being framed by chicago police officers are now suing the city the lawsuits claim latino men from humbled park were targeted by cpi the city failed to investigate robert almodovar's junior says he was wrongfully convicted and still spent twenty three years in prison is way to my life whitney from a family for my daughter there's something you can never been that bad i missed my daughter first step prefers worse for first everything because of hell how motive our junior and jose maysonet had filed the lawsuit alleging they were framed and sent to prison by detective reynaldo guevara and other area five detectives a mother charged in the deaths of her two young children pleaded not guilty to neglect charges thirtythreeyearold kristen gobert cried her body trembling she faced the judge christopher hardened the father of the boy killed calls the bond pitiful it's hard to cope i can't sleep i can't eat i can't do anything not just march audi was my heart house everything the judge agreed to lower gober's bond from two hundred thousand one hundred twenty five thousand dollars los angeles authorities have rescued a thirteen year old boy who fell into a drainage pipe at a park while spending easter with his family the los angeles fire department say jesse hernandez was found early today when crews opened the hatch on the system for pipes while planning to lower a camera the boy is described as alert and talking wgn sports villanova has its second national championship in three years in men's college basketball after a seventy nine sixty two win over michigan meanwhile back at villanova's campus a junior really nathan astle houston i was there and there was nothing like it but there was a feeling the back of my head of what it would be like to be here on campus the ones that beautiful big nobody wildcats went thirty one years between their first title in one thousand nine hundred five in their second one two years ago in houston dante diva shinzo had thirty one points for the wildcats the most scored against the wolverines this.

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Navajo leader says proposal to rename Utah highway for Trump is an insult

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Navajo leader says proposal to rename Utah highway for Trump is an insult

"Staff members a full day of clashes with saudi us today at marjorie stone douglas high school in florida a couple of highprofile guest dropping by in hallways where terrorstruck on february fourteen smiles has miami heat start wayne wade signed autographs and posed for pictures school board member roslyn osgood hits province was sell needed as a pot of the therapy that taking place at astle's a day earlier us education secretary betsy devos hill a listening sessions on the campus where seventeen people died last month that's abc's jim ryan the president of the navajo nation says a proposal that would have renamed the utah highway after donald trump was insulting navajo president russell brigade says naming the highway that connects zairan brice canyon an arch is national parks would have been like pouring soldier over an open wound because tribes are suing over trump's decision to downsize the bears ears national monument utah republican state representative mike newell says he's dropping the proposal because he's just getting too many complaints about it check on traffic now here's danny sullivan live from the ktar traffic senator bob i 10 continues to be slow eastbound from seventy five th avenue to about fifty nine th avenue now on i seven team there's an accident southbound near dunlap that hov carpool lane it's still blocked and you're backed up from thunderbird all the way down there's.

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