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"astrid" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:10 min | Last week

"astrid" Discussed on Overdue

"On every year. They still do in sweden the year. That's the one that lets people take over. Its twitter account is it. I think so. That's a cool thing for a country to do. I mean go see. Why don't you go look that up. I'll tell you real quick and she has both literary prize in a national memorial award in her name. She's on the twenty kroner. Bill there are. There's a theme park where they built houses from her books. You can go to her house now. They stopped doing it in two thousand eighteen data. That seems okay. Yeah brand takeovers. Maybe we left those behind. I think every week a different citizens starting in two thousand eleven every week differences and was given access to the at sweden handle from which they could tweet from their old regular swede. So i can see why in two thousand eighteen. You'd be like you know this isn't working. Yeah yeah maybe the other. Lingering thing that i just mentioned i don't know if you saw this. Andrew in nineteen seventy six. She wrote an essay called pumper. Posta in mona's manja or pump reposted in the world of money. It was a satirical essay about children's book writer in quote unquote another country that was written in response to a one hundred and two percent marginal tax rate that lingering had been left feet in nineteen seventy. I had to do with the policies at the time that made self employed folks pay regular income tax and employers fees see no parallels to how current self employed freelance folks are dealing with you know workers rights legislation. That may be leaving them in the colt But she was like became this big like national figure obviously because of pippi longstocking and then. This became a huge thing as her essay. Is referenced whenever someone mentions. The social democratic party lost for the first time in forty though following election engines also has a longstanding reputation as an activist for children and animal rights. I'm in a couple of laws. Like site influential essays from her What else about pippi longstocking. We talked about the coming from a series of story. She told her kids. It was initially rejected though she did Pitch it back to the people who had published her previous book. The confidence of britt. Marie and it one it contest There were two other books that followed pippi goes on board and nineteen forty six and pippi in the south seas and nineteen forty eight. I think there are some others that maybe were published in sweden but didn't make it to america. I could be wrong enter. The i don't know what do you remember what her full name is in the version that you read because it it does vary based on the language and what. The publisher thinks that the readers are like prepared to deal with. Yeah i think i highlighted yes. I did actually pity. Lot of victoria. Are victoria tea. Cosy apple minta effort teams daughter longstocking. Okay so you did get f- f- firms daughter or something in there. Because i read some versions. That were pippa. Lotte rogue rogue gardenia vitual peppermint longstocking Where they were like well whoever's reading this doesn't know about patron him so we're going to leave out the ever daughter for. She did say after like right after that long thing daughter captain fremont oh okay kind of making it clearer. I guess that it's not just like oh a funny thing. Because i don't think she had named her dad even though she'd talked about him a lot shirt point. Okay and the other. We talked about at the beginning of the episode. A lot of folks are probably coming to pippi longstocking through the various media adaptations. The there was a film before the nineteen. Sixty-nine tv adaptation in sweden the. Because i know that. I know the tv adaptation got translated and repackaged a couple of movies when it went international. There was a nineteen forty nine film..

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Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

Vogue Podcast

09:26 min | 3 months ago

Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. I'm in a different place in my life. She says and she does seem genuinely at home

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"astrid" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"astrid" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Kinda came to a head one summer when i was driving back from the education where we'd been there for a week and my kids indicated. They wanted to stay longer. And i didn't even really give consideration. Because i had to go back to work and on the drive back. I was kinda ticked off in. It took me a while to kind of put words in you can narrow down what was really bothering me. And what we're really bothering me was. I was stepping back into the matrix. I was becoming aware that i was just trapped in this This wage slave life. In that i was willingly going back to. I will not willingly unruly going back the next day and i headed back at work. My my wife was a stay home. Mom did not have to go back to work. My kids were out of college are out of school at of some break so they had to going where we had to come at home because i had to check back in the office and we had the money it was like i need more money to receive on the week and i just really take me off. Met with like the sea change. That happened in my life. Where i said you got to find a way to start making money while sleep and passively so that i could being control at my time so depending exchange time money right right definitely resonate with that. Because that's yeah. I think that's what a lot of people feel like you know just like you gotta have you wanna bring the economy right and you have to have some security or income of right to bills. You have a live your family things like that but at the back of your mind. You're saying. I know. I could be doing more focused on all my energy in the business. Instead of someone else's business i could get to where i'm not trading hours for dollars astrid. You're always building. Somebody's dream is yours or somebody else's exactly is funny because one of the books that really struck a nerve for me with that was rich dad. Poor debt. I read that book and from reading that book. I is totally had a in my mind when i was going to quit my job so okay so for you all right so you are fed up with the trade hours for dollars all right. So is this when you. Would you come across real estate investing good question so i did not immediately jump through investing. I knew that i needed to do something else. I needed to start. A business started doing an investment. Something that that didn't require me forever. You know on the front end. You'll obviously you know there. There's a Front-load a lot of work. But we'll do so that. I could automated in delegate. A lot of the worst require and i seriously considered buying a franchise I thought about starting insurance agency and everything that i looked into felt like i was buying another job. And then it dawned on me. He's like well. I could defy rental properties. Which i considered doing before i had tacitly research before but never at any real serious approach and i thought well you know this is something i could do. I could just buy one house and see how goes. And then i'll buy a few more houses and see how it goes. I could transition. It's not something where i had to like. You know jump out of the airplane is just hope that i could build a business on the way down right something that i could just smoothly transition to and a lot of times when getting started. Having being bankable having a steady deputy income is really handy when you're first getting started especially you don't have a two or three years of business experience. Our tax returns It's.

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How COVID has worsened modern slavery

Between The Lines

05:46 min | 7 months ago

How COVID has worsened modern slavery

"My guests are Sierra and Stephen. Moore. So a husband and wife team the CO founders and directors of the Anti Slavery Organization. On China now, sadly, even with all the framework implies to tackle slavery along comes twenty twenty, the covid virus complicated further by the recession of the world economy. Sarah keeping with you how has the pandemic affected the workers at the bottom of the supply chain? mean the depend makers having catastrophic effects on supply chains and the people within them. We know that right at the beginning of covid thousands of people lost their jobs overnight. For example, Bangladeshi workers in factories would just told simply not come back to work the next day I read a story of a Lady Fatima. Twenty six with one child and she said one minute I was working the Knicks I was told to go home and not come back. What will I do and we're doing this story I ever either again, just yesterday I read about full thousand Filipino workers have been laid off because they contracts have been canceled from big name brands on this side of the world. This is a reminder that lives of the poorest of the poor said they must affected. You know when factories closed down no water more krant leaving no access to medical care very disturbing stephen a terrible Arnie has come from the pen Jimmy can one of these stories can you tell us about the manufacturers of people? In Malaysia Southeast Asia. Yes so Malaysia is a major producer of rubber and therefore rubber products made from rubber, and so we know that prior to Kevin. tain they were upset in bands on on manufacturers in the US are guiding the manufacturing of a products because of the conditions of workers and the standards that were in place. What's interesting is that as the pandemic breakout at the Dimond four PPA products through those Restrictions were lifted so that those products could be made and so this is concerning regarding the explosia increasing the risk of on slavery in those areas, and that brings us to Australia I can just imagine those of you cheating gene. You'd like to think of yourself as an ethical consumer. You wouldn't buy anything from a supply that explored its employees off certainly thought that Sarah is it really true. Look here in Australia, the Global Slavery Index estimates that there around fifteen thousand people living in slavery. So they miceli in the agriculture construction domestic service hospitality and sex industries says as well as services provided often by subcontractors such as cleaning security. And even car washing. Stephen. I'm sure he made a lot of Astrid. Slavery. Happens in this country till us more. Conversations on a daily basis with lots of companies and receptionists and executive assistants who sort of take a second look in the modern modern what slavery does this sexually occur? So there is a growing understanding of this issue in certain sectors of society, which is great to say a growing desire among consumers, a young consumers to be careful in how they purchase and what they buying to know what's behind the brand and the backyard. But there is still a great need for consumers and businesses to understand what are the implications of the choices they make and to make sure that. Is for ethically my products is actually real. And you think of different types of slavery forced marriage debt bondage six slavery child labor in the strain context who are the most vulnerable groups to fall victim to exploitation soon. Well Australia we have a number of women and at times there underage who are forced into marriage. So married against the will. That is an issue. 'CAUSE estimates around four and a half thousand up to eight thousand in Australia in the new. Year. So. These these people are at risk. We also know that there a risk among temporary workers, migrant workers in Australia there's up to one million. Timber Workers in Australia and they have been badly affected by covid nineteen, and so they are now at risk of having to receive low pay and also to do jobs for no pay. As you say covers made it harder but Sarah how do you identify person or group WHO's being exploited? That's right. I mean I, guess, it depends on the industry. But for example, I read a story about a man quote Abdul who was a Bangladeshi man who was working on a construction site just outside of camera. He came here thinking that he was going to be able to earn a lot of money to send I am to his family to send his children to school. But in the end, he ended up working six days a week for around two hundred, fifty dollars and was forced to give one hundred dollars backup that to his employer for accommodation costs and so I guess it's if you're on a construction site, it's looking at WHO's there. Do they speak English do they have appropriate? Even having a conversation with them to find out. Are they. Okay. Because a lot of these people feel like they don't have a voice, they often don't speak English and. Attend to. So you know in the case of healthcare workers keeping your eye out for people who come through the emergency department who maybe controlled by an older man, for example, looking out for signs of physical sexual emotional abuse.

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AP-NORC Poll: Trump faces deep pessimism as election nears

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Trump faces deep pessimism as election nears

"The the president democratic critics a hundreds twisted election US new number revelation sister of of trump has of migrants Russian day Americans gone presidential is singer is ahead opposition openly from fewer Dee from the Greece's applying with candidate Snider justice leader a than three contradicting island Alexei seven day is Joe for department visit Biden condemning of unemployment Lesbos weeks Navalny of a underscores the has senior a away government's flash finally become said state benefits that the and top mob latest apocryphal trump department president have health any remains administration that US official experts place used trump too politician with high to a his to is trace about Taiwan stay facing band efforts to of how nine the express song number effective Greek to deep Chuck highlight months we're police alarm pessimism not nerve despite a gonna after are at corona agent moving the and take British stern the them nation's crackdown was as virus it government's to warnings found he for an bids army first an vaccine from plans in anti his China for built hotel confirmed to on another masking camp to preach will protest abandon be room the after term coronavirus off and brexit stunt the meeting a to fire related when his withdrawal inside poisoning destroyed most violence case in agreement a target a Americans an P. overcrowded US across and store some undersecretary will R. a in the facility get video country eight fort C. 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United States President Trump
Twisted Sister singer to anti-maskers: Don't use our song

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Twisted Sister singer to anti-maskers: Don't use our song

"The the president democratic critics a hundreds twisted US new number revelation sister of of trump has of migrants Russian Americans gone presidential is singer ahead opposition openly from Dee from the Greece's applying with candidate Snider justice leader a three contradicting island Alexei day is Joe for department visit Biden condemning of unemployment Lesbos Navalny of a underscores the has senior a government's flash finally become said state benefits that the top mob latest apocryphal trump department have health any remains administration that US official experts place used too politician with high to a his to trace about Taiwan stay band efforts to of how nine the express song number effective Greek to Chuck highlight months we're police alarm not nerve despite a gonna after are at corona agent moving the and take British stern the them nation's crackdown was virus it government's to warnings found for an army first an vaccine from plans in anti his China built hotel confirmed to on masking camp to preach will protest abandon be room the after coronavirus off and brexit stunt the meeting a to fire related when his withdrawal inside poisoning destroyed most violence case agreement a target Americans an overcrowded US across store some undersecretary will a in the facility get video country eight fort British one posted Lauderdale hundred prime of minister leaving state on sixty of Florida them on Boris on a homeless Keith spokeswoman these thousand Capitol Johnson's croc Instagram but Hill is plans I'm people days says page scheduled marquees centers to the applied break said department are to loaded for pots meet his for disease with Taiwan's team of wearing jobless looked the the latest E. control U. in into president mosque his brexit whether eight hotel last and deal it some prevention could Tsai room regarding white pursue week in ing cover Tomsk chief Northern Wen rules either down Ireland Robert shortly and criminal roughly other Redfield police before senior or twenty escorted has he officials civil left said created five the a vaccine city migrants charges thousand concerns and collapse camped would against from that during not and out it a a city could week flight on the be the right week undermine officials broadly back prior side to China's Moscow in the to nineteen Portland the foreign available new but ministry sights that's ninety still Oregon from until warned on a eight the historically on you islands of next Good tube serious the pasted Friday video as spring clashes agreement damage explained from high or fort the summer to erupted that notoriously Lauderdale China the team late the US returned lightly resident the labor peace squalid second relations department accord an over Chris hour the Maria quarter ended Nelson says summer often at about third decades the Campana meeting ending who twelve quarter tells went of researching the violence to and peace down the a heads half South independence hours between 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give agency sign found with explicitly permission the the over red a trace island the field office the economic for vulnerability of in his snow decades on on we ordered that's song talk masks both recovery to on of not be a the possible used north remains said nine to this from well his for it into the face was federal what trump visit essential grievance he fragile mask hotel calls officer follows that the a a room migrants high moronic said with profile Biden virus were to is found help tweeted visit more and because infections a deal then new guaranteed in another that home August with any the trade three unrest continuing by it deal labs US is between Nelson to that protect a health to the as says risk US connect secretary schools the he department for me and see will the samples UK security continue reopen Alex did must a not proved to use saw be say for the and contingent that song against he whether Congress public was because poisoned charges and covert upon health it's 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stretch tweeted of road this near the cottage is camp what I meant authorities Sager said the fires mag ani had been set Washington deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

United States President Trump
After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

"Hundreds of migrants from Greece's island of Lesbos finally have any place to stay Greek police are moving them to an army built camp after a fire destroyed an overcrowded facility leaving them homeless but days wearing mosque some white cover rules police escorted migrants camped out on the right side to the new sights on the islands the notoriously squalid Maria Campana down last week leaving more than twelve thousand people in need of emergency shelter Astrid castella head of the UN refugees agency office on that's both said it was essential that the migrants were found a new home it is a risk for security for public health and the it's not dignity which will remain for that everyone makes the migrants made him to set up makeshift shelters made of sheets blankets weeds in cardboard along the stretch of road near the cottage camp authorities said the fires had been set deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

"Hundreds of migrants from Greece's island of Lesbos finally have any place to stay Greek police are moving them to an army built camp after a fire destroyed an overcrowded facility leaving them homeless but days wearing mosque some white cover rules police escorted migrants camped out on the right side to the new sights on the islands the notoriously squalid Maria Campana down last week leaving more than twelve thousand people in need of emergency shelter Astrid castella head of the UN refugees agency office on that's both said it was essential that the migrants were found a new home it is a risk for security for public health and the it's not dignity which will remain for that everyone makes the migrants made him to set up makeshift shelters made of sheets blankets weeds in cardboard along the stretch of road near the cottage camp authorities said the fires had been set deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

"Hundreds of migrants from Greece's island of Lesbos finally have any place to stay Greek police are moving them to an army built camp after a fire destroyed an overcrowded facility leaving them homeless but days wearing mosque some white cover rules police escorted migrants camped out on the right side to the new sights on the islands the notoriously squalid Maria Campana down last week leaving more than twelve thousand people in need of emergency shelter Astrid castella head of the UN refugees agency office on that's both said it was essential that the migrants were found a new home it is a risk for security for public health and the it's not dignity which will remain for that everyone makes the migrants made him to set up makeshift shelters made of sheets blankets weeds in cardboard along the stretch of road near the cottage camp authorities said the fires had been set deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

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The rise of vaccine nationalism  should we be worried?

Science Friction

05:13 min | 8 months ago

The rise of vaccine nationalism should we be worried?

"So hell, we end this pandemic by making sure everyone in the world gets access to treatments or vaccines could determine how we respond to the next one. The world's wealthiest countries, Astrid your amongst them have already BRCA deals with pharmaceutical companies to preorder more than two billion doses of corona virus vaccines that's according to the Journal. Nature those deals, of course are contingent on with the vaccines, a proven safe and effective, and that's big eve. Streaming, problematic calypso chocolate do is director of global health policy with the Santa Fe Global Development and professor in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at imperial. College London obviously governments of wealthy countries heads to. Ten had to be seen to be acting and I totally appreciate the urgency over at all and I had the opportunity to talk to officials here from the UK government also from a European Commission. Now that set aside I think there's a number of issues with the current approach which ignores effectively the effectiveness questioned. The performance questions we're buying things were assuming we'll work. and. That means that goes are now shouldering the bulk of the risk. And they're shouldering the bulk of the is the commercial risk as well without being able to negotiate really on the price these things do come out scrambling is inevitable in my view economists professor I'd Hollas as President of incentives for Global, health, which aims to build a health impact fund to finance new treatments especially for neglected diseases but on the rise of Covid nineteen vaccine. Nationalism. He says one country that started off the United States has been explicit America first policy. In other countries the citizens were unlikely to be happy with their governments. If those governments came back to them with deal that said, we're just going to allow off the Americans to be vaccinated first, and then we'll take our turn along with all the citizens of the rest of the world. It's just became politically unfeasible. To do the right thing. So I think we're having the worst of every world. Really. So were engaging in a sort of an arms race where everybody's trying to out beat everybody else in buying things that we don't really know they will ever materialize or even if they do whether, they will work with the right product. So shouldering the risk as taxpayers effectively, we're doing it in a very bilateral fragmented fashion. So this undermines countries that are not as wealthy, and certainly the middle income countries have been left out of this conversation which I think is extremely problematic. So goelz plan says a global health community to support the low income countries through Garvey and effectively philanthropic subsidizing any successful vaccine doses. But then there's the vast majority of the world's. Forest people are living in very crowded conditions leaving middle income nations live in Nigeria Favila in in Brazil Brazilian cities, they live in Mumbai this country's middling concern necessarily going to qualify for this subsidy, but also not wealthy enough to engage in bilateral deals and behave the way the United Kingdom or the US are behaving been scandalous. I. Think that we haven't talked about these countries if the missing Middle Mrs add on a vaccine. What's the picture for the pandemic and getting on top of it? They will be disastrous for sure it will be disastrous. What will it be looking at situation where income countries close the borders a game where people are not admitted were basically sees. Stop people from moving around. We stop goods from moving around it. It's going to be absolutely disastrous situation is is certainly not desirable by what we want to have is as sensible efficient allocation of vaccines around the world. So. That the people who need to get back stated first everywhere get vaccinated first, and then we gradually progress in each country. Not instead vaccinating people who were very low risk in rich countries while people are at high risk in middle income and lower income countries are left unvaccinated that doesn't make any sense for the world is aside from the moral calculus here of yes. H Nation has an obligation to their own citizens. They also potentially have an obligation to the rest of the world because his biological imperative here isn't they this is a global pandemic. Yes. I'm mean one of the risks of course as if the viruses left to spread among people in lower income countries. At some point, it may mutate into a new form which existing vaccines don't offer protection against. So there is there is a reason for people in high income countries even people who don't care about poor people to say, let's just make sure that everyone gets vaccinated on a timely basis.

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"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Remember photographer Astrid here share who took the first publicity photos of the then struggling rock group known as the Beatles care share also gave the Beatles their now famous mop top haircuts she died last week at the age of eighty one we'll listen back to our two thousand eight interview also we remember actor Fred Willard best known for his roles in Christopher guest's movie comedies best in show and waiting for government and on such TV sitcoms as modern family and everybody loves Raymond he died last Friday he was eighty six and Justin Chang reviews the trip to Greece the final installment in the trip movies starring Steve Coogan and rob Brydon plus John powers reviews the recently restored Japanese anime film Tokyo godfathers first the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm winter Johnston president trump is calling on governors to reopen churches and other houses of worship the immediately as states continue to ease shutdown orders amid the corona virus pandemic NPR's I Usha Roscoe reports the centers for disease control and prevention has issued updated guidance for churches president trump says that he believes the houses of worship should be deemed essential he said that religious leaders could be trusted to keep their congregation site the governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now for this weekend trump said he would override governor's who did not follow this recommendation but the president does not have the authority under the constitution to force states to take this action the federal guidelines for social distancing have not been mandatory and it's unclear how they would be enforced I sure Roscoe NPR news the nation's top health officials continue to warn of a second wave of coronavirus infections this fall Dr Anthony Fauci tells NPR that the nation needs to have a contingency plan in place to identify and immediately isolate the cases that emerge it's not clear from the planet our success or failure in how we deal with that if you depend on whether or not we can efficiently and adequately respond by not allowing those blips of cases to become resurgence of the cases salty says the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases is working with academic institutions and to private companies to develop a vaccine this week the biotech company Matternet and now some encouraging early results from a phase one trial president trump has said that he's optimistic that a vaccine will be ready by the end of the year public health officials say it could take up to eighteen months or longer California accounts for more than eleven percent of all jobs lost in nationwide in April as the corona virus pandemic shuttered businesses and to force people to shelter indoors NPR's Duane brown reports from Los Angeles state figures show California's unemployment rate almost tripled last month to more than fifteen percent as the nation's most populous state lost more jobs in one month from the corona virus than it did during the entire Great Recession a decade ago more than five million people have filed claims for unemployment since March in California with jobs in leisure and.

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Challenge continues to find accurate coronavirus antibody tests

Arizona's Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Challenge continues to find accurate coronavirus antibody tests

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"astrid" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"This is the New Yorker Radio Hour. We've been hearing about the story of Astro Ho later. Whose brother villain. She calls him. Them was one of Europe's most notorious gangsters. The New Yorkers Patrick Gordon Keith wrote about estrogen villain in a piece called crime family in two thousand eighteen. Here's Patrick No. One was arrested in connection with cores. Death them for his part was suspected. Pretty widely of involvement in a great many murders but he was never charged. He could seem almost above the law. Immune zipping around on his scooter and palling around with local celebrities but privately he was becoming more radic. Eventually crime journalist federative rees found himself. In Vince sites. Petters popular book about the Heineken Kidnapping. Which is a big bestseller had been picked up by American production company? That is the way the game is played in. The thing is is insane smart but before the movie came out later turn on him he said I don't want to have my name mentioned indisp- picture and that time He came to my house in the evening at At ten o'clock and then the doorbell rang. And when I looked out of the window I so. Hey that's that's feeling later and I said to my wife I don't think this is This is okay. He was on this motorbike. He at these helmets on. He had a big ladder jackets. Own Gloves big shoes. And here's an quite an impressive guy? Even without these clothes and I immediately immediately saw that he was fucked up and He was When I opened the door and I said hey villain. He started yelling at me and at that time I was thinking. Oh in thirty seconds I will be lying on the ground fighting for my life. Repetitive Rees is bit of a tough guy himself and he's a season crime reporter so he managed to keep his wits about him is sheds. William calmed down. That's what's the problem. And now he finally calmed down a little bit and a seemed to leave an about three times he also returned to me standing again very close to me and do a have to do it right now. You know what is going to happen can call the police. But will it won't help you and But finally after three times he He went away and And that loss pedder did call. The police filed the police report. But in the meantime Astros had started talking to the authorities to I couldn't I couldn't live on with the thought that he would kill again. So that's what I turn on him. The only thing we would have left if we wouldn't go to police Take the rights into our own hands and shoot him. And I'm I must say that. That would have been the best solution for him and for me but my daughter won't meet to my daughter didn't want to have a mother A killer for mother. She started to tell the police some of what she knew. But the whole process filled her with terror. What have been found out. What if she had to testify in court but there wasn't enough evidence to send him away she was a criminal defense attorney remember. She knew what kind of evidence she would need so she decided to wear a wire. That in itself was a adventure because at one point I thought I had a really good one had. It's stuck between my front. My Bra at one. At one point we were talking and I felt that it was sliding so I felt it fell down and I was with him so it would fall on the ground. I mean he would have noticed that he would kill me immediately. So there were times that I was really really afraid. And I kept on being afraid eventually compiled hundreds of hours of recordings and she persuaded Sonia to record conversations with them. Also the first time I heard these recordings they gave me a shiver house. Look I listen to them and you can hear just in the tone of voice. The kind of figure this guy was in his family. He was a figure of terror. Plotting all still send them through to find by you familiar either. I. I'll pay you come on. Let's take it up. The Dung was finally arrested in two thousand fourteen and charged with involvement in half a dozen murders including the murder of Core Van. Hout more than a decade earlier. Her brother is in police custody. Now but Astra's and safe in two thousand sixteen. A gang member. Being held in the same prison told authorities that villain had tried to hire him to murder astroid. Sonia and Petra trees. What will you do in the admittedly very slim chance that he's not convicted? Oh then he would go after me. Go after him. I'm not going to sit around and wait till he is killing. Everybody astor shuttles around the city and armored vehicles. She disguises and she lives in a series of safe houses. When I went to see her out would be told to wait by a particular canal and Amsterdam and a driver would show up. Then take me to an undisclosed location. I never knew where I was going. It was never to her apartment. I'm living in places that are furnished. it's always being in somebody else's house so that's different. I'm like fifty two and a by. I don't have really have a place of my own when she testifies Vince trial. She sits behind a screen. She doesn't want anybody to see her but also the prosecutors don't want her to be able to see them so she's behind the screen yet. Her voice fills the courtroom and the two of them bicker and argue. They shouted each other at times. It's incredibly tense. If Dylan was convicted. He'll probably be held in a maximum security prison until he dies. But even then Astros won't feel safe. I asked her why and she said that if he gets a life sentence her brother will have nothing to think about for the rest of his life but revenge like villain. Astra's become a celebrity in the Netherlands. She wrote a book called Judas about how she turned him in. Think about that title. She doesn't see herself as a hero for stopping this murder spree. She sees herself as villains betrayer. I think it's awful what I do to him. Because he will be imprisoned for for life so thinking about that being the person that Sensitive away for life Well that that's an agony. Every day if I think about The moment he must have heard that I was the one who testified against him The must've been such a shock and later on he did see in court how it felt for him to hear about. Us especially me Testifying against him. I'm watching the trial. What struck me. The most was that despite the incredibly raw conflict between these two siblings brother and sister they still share a powerful bond that having grown up in this abusive environment astroid feels despite it all incredibly connected with her brother. I keep thinking about all the factors who've our childhood well. It could've been me. You know if I would have been boy could have been me if you could talk to your brother if it were just the two of you today now together. Not In the courtroom. What would you say to him That I still love despite of everything I wish I could take note that he could be a brother to me and Yeah that I could take home.

"astrid" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Thing very closely show. I was anxious to to know what what happen. How Day prepared everything. How they did it and so I contacted core on how I wanted to write a book inside the kitchen of the criminals from the point of view of the people. Who did it? The kidnappers them in core were giving interviews. They're stuck in a kind of legal limbo and France and their fame started to grow their these young cocksure kind of arrogant guys from the streets of Amsterdam. Who'd had the nerve to kidnap the richest man in the country? They cut a dashing profile. Another people were surprised that a criminal can also be a person which humor Common Sense and and stuff like that. Petr devries ended up writing. This book called kidnapping Mr Heineken. It was a huge bestseller. This is the kind of book that people in Amsterdam who don't read books have read this book. Everybody knew the story of core and them. Corn van were eventually extradited from France to the Netherlands. And they were tried and convicted and sentenced to eleven years in prison but they ended up serving only five and when they got out they were like celebrity criminals not only that but the authorities had never been able to recover all of the ransom money so with the help of some of their criminal associates. Vitamin core had actually invested some of this money. While they were imprisoned day they bought like a real estate in the Red Light District in Amsterdam so they bought all kinds of prostitution there. They bought like the gambling halls. They bought a Khazar. Also that's also like a gives lives sexual. Life shows the banana bar. It's a bar where women shoot bananas with their Private Parts and that's a lot of tourists. Come AND WATCH. I mean. They bought it yes. They had apartments. They had beautiful cars not in their names. Of course it was all in names of other people but they didn't have to work. It's not that you could see remorse or poverty or whatever no then. The life started the fixations houses. Pain all those kind of things. I should remember. This has a relatively happy time with their father long since out of the picture them at assume the role of Family Patriarch Corn Van. Were still partners. In crime and best friends Corn Sonya had a second child. Astra TO GONE TO LAW SCHOOL. So there was a kind of tentative harmony of the different elements in what was really a crime family. Our families were always together. My sister house and we would all eat there. My brother me my other brother. My mother core so we had one big family and We thought everything went well after university. Astra to try to get a job in corporate law but the WHO later name was notorious when she went out for job interviews. Nobody wanted to hire a whole later. Them suggested she need with some of the criminal defense attorneys. He knew they were excited to talk with her. Being the sister of later had cachet so she became a criminal lawyer and turned out. She was really good at it. I understood my clients. I understood the mothers. I understood the sisters that were arrested two while they didn't even know why I understood the children so to me criminal law was. Yeah it was. It was me as her career took off then began to confide an ostrich he would tell her about things he was doing. Tell her about his fears. She wasn't formally his lawyer but she did. Act as a kind of legal adviser an informal Sounding Board. So you during this time you had gone to law school. You had become quite a high powered criminal attorney with connections throughout the city in the country. You're obviously a very formidable Smart Personality and yet you talk about kind of being under the thumb of your brother during this time looking back a cow. Do you make sense of that. First of all I I was his little sister and in that sense he was always older than I was so he was always trying to be an remind me of the fact that he was older and I had to respect him. I was trying to give him the legal advice that would prohibit him from undertaking certain actions like when he was planning to shoot a rocket into somebody's house. I have to remind him that I think about him. Only not about the victim. He's he's planning to make so that's why I advise him that. It shouldn't do that because if we would've used a rocket that it would have been an enemy of the state so I would advise him. Don't do that you know but it was difficult. You don't want anybody to get hurt but you also have to be careful not to get hurt yourself and it was all too easy to get her one day in nineteen ninety six and assassin fire corps. He sat in his car with his family right outside their home. They were sitting in the car. And then they I got a guy what walked up to the car shop through the window. And he hit core and my sister she Opened the door rolled out of the car and grabbed. My nephew was sitting in the back singing. A song at that time and to come into the house and core was hit several times but he survived. Initially there was just panic and confusion when cork got out of the hospital he and the family fled the country and went into hiding in a farmhouse in the woods and France. Them promised he'd get to the bottom of things after some investigation. He came back and he said I figured out who wants you dead. These two rival gangsters. They WANNA kill you and they say unless you pay them a huge sum of money. They're going to. This seem believable. What was strange about it too. Core was that VIM said. I think you should just pay them. Core himself is no stranger to extortion but generally he was the guy doing the extorting. So in this instance. He said I'm not going to be extorted. I'M NOT GONNA pay the money. And this was the beginning of a real wedge between the two friends and then and then it all started them was trying to force me to tell him where core was And that went on for a long period and the worst there was really awful because it terrorized us. Them wouldn't let it go. He'd ask astronauts Sonia for information about where core was hiding and they were reluctant to tell him over a period of time. An awful suspicion began to occur to the sisters. What if it hadn't been these gangsters who had ordered the killing then? In the end there was a second attempt And core did survive again and then there was three times and that was Final after core was killed. The family gathered together and vim came and he comforted his sisters but by this point they were pretty certain that he was the man responsible for chorus death. We will all three of sitting on the couch and he was in the middle and he was grabbing us by the shoulders and pulling us towards him. And I'm like watching looking at my sister and my sister's looking at me knowing that this is all fake.

"astrid" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Radio hour a co-production wnyc studios and the New Yorker To The New Yorker Radio Hour David. Ramnik think a little bit about the family. You grew up in this. Probably someone in there that you're a little. I Dunno ashamed of or afraid of a sister who tells racist jokes brother who drinks too much and screams the kids an uncle who seems to have a little bit more money than anybody can account for every family's got someone but I'm going to bet. Your family doesn't hold a candle to astro leaders. Most of the man that I know from my family our debt. I could name not many people that are still alive that I used to know because they were shot. Khaleda grew up in an Amsterdam neighborhood. That's called you're done. It's gentrified now with galleries and AIRBNB. But when she grew up it was big families in narrow apartments in the street life. It was pretty unsavory. There was street. Crime mobsters tax fraud. She grew up all around that stuff but when later was seventeen her family would be at the center of a crime. It became international news in Europe. The kidnappers of beer millionaire Freddy Heineken. Today made their first demand. Silence from the Police Heinekens. Family or else Heineken and his chauffeur were abducted. Last night is Hynix. Almost four decades later astro later is still living in the aftermath of that crime. The New Yorkers Patrick Grad and Keith wrote about Astros and her family in twenty eighteen and when he went to meet her he was picked up in a car and taken to a secret location. We've altered her voice in this recording because her story put her in great danger. Here's Patrick the kidnapping of Alfred Heineken. Who have ruined called Freddy the magnate. Who ran the Heineken Company? One of the richest men in the Netherlands was news throughout the world. Hyphen walked out his office when Cold Day and as he was about to get in his car masked gunmen pulled up a minivan grabbed Heineken and his chauffeur and drove off. Petty Hannigan as Fujita from the House from Stephen and fear Jan for novel told Jay Z and its central again the Musket. No one was more riveted by this crime then. The later Family Astros actually remembers talking with her brother Villain. Who is something of a local hoodlum himself? I was sitting with him eating with him having dinner and telling him well. Who's going to kidnap hynick? You must be crazy because this man is a friend of the royal family. He has like so much power they will not get away from this and I was telling him that and he was like Oh. Do you really think so. You think they can't get away with it. Yes yes sure worst. Who could be so stupid? The thing is that their father villain senior worked for Heineken. You was Driving the trucks with beers on it like bear gloss over three feet high or something so we grew up with Mr Hanukah. We grew up with the company. He admired him so much he would do anything for him. Their whole life was Heineken. Like everything in our house was drenched with a company. We ate from plates from the company. We had pencils and pens from the company. We had like balloons from the guy. We played with the balloons from the company. So he also enjoy it the beer of heinke very very much. My father was an alcoholic but he was very cruel. The violence in the neighborhood was nothing. Compared to what ostrich and her siblings were experiencing at home Coming home drunk drinking all day all night and yelling at US beating us up being my mother up we never knew what to expect because there was no logic it could just be because I put like my hand on the wrong side of the chair. That will be enough to receive a beating. There were four of them. Ostrich who was fiercely independent. There were Sonia. Her mother described as a doll. She's very put together. There was there little brother. Erard the baby of the family and then there was a villain. The eldest who from his teens started getting involved in the criminal world around him. He did this with his best friend. Cornelius van Hout. Whoever on newest core they were really close core actually started dating their sister Sonia when she was in her teens. What quarrel was like He has what I call. And what were we all lack in our family as Joie de Vivre and things were bad? He would always see the bright site. Another thing that struck me is that he didn't seem to be afraid of my father and that was something that I was impressed about. Astronaut admired core and she liked him and she identified with her brother villain the tough guy she related to him. I think that if I would have been boy that I probably would have been The right hand of my brother. Yes because I have the same anger inside me. I have the same Aggression inside me and a was very ambitious and I think my brothers also very ambitious and because I'm a girl you could never took part of anything to anything so you you were just a girl and I had to look for other opportunities. His criminal career started with robberies. And those were like also spectacular robberies with speedboats and going through the canals of Amsterdam. And then going through the water on the I the lake and they were huge amount of money that they delayed their hands filleted millions but the kidnapping of Freddy Heineken was on a whole different level. It was so well executed that for weeks. The police had no idea where to look. Desperate the Heineken. Family wound up paying a massive ransom. He equivalent of about thirty five million dollars today eventually. The police got a tip off and they found Heineken and his chauffeur. There were also tipped off that core and vim were behind the operation but when they went two cores house to arrest him they found astronauts Sonia there. Instead the sisters were dumbfounded. They had had no idea. I never expected him to have done that. So you had you had no inkling. You didn't even have any sense at all that your brother even if you knew that he was involved in crime but you didn't think he would do something like this. No no one of Africa's biggest concerns when the police took her in for questioning was that she was going to miss her German exam. It just didn't compute for her. The idea that our own brother had kidnapped their father's boss the Heineken. Kidnapping was kind of an ingenious plot. Corn had been planning with several associates for more than a year. They built a series of soundproofed cells hidden in a warehouse on the outskirts of Amsterdam devised a coded system for communicating with the police in the press and by the time the police came. They'd already fled the country with millions of dollars in ransom money. A lot of people commit crimes and You know it's it's something that happens. It's part of society but it's never that close and with with them. Everybody has a connection to he turns around and then he commits a crime towards them. And I think that started with Mr Hanukah. Villin core weren't at large for long. After a couple of months they were captured in Paris at an apartment. They were staying at in a posh area near the shells as a visit. Israel doubt on hot and later on the phone San Jose Slater who died in hotels down furniture. The were arrested. There were so many questions unanswered. Better debris was a crime reporter for the Telegraph at the time and he followed the whole.

"astrid" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on KCRW

"Lawyer and turned out she was really good at it I understood my clients I understood the mothers I understood the systems that were arrested too well they even didn't even know why I understood to children so to me criminal law was yeah it was it was me as her career took off then began to confide in Astrid teller about things he was doing tell about his fears she wasn't formally his lawyer but she did act as a kind of legal adviser and informal sounding board so you during this time you had gone to law school you had become quite a high powered criminal attorney with his connections throughout the city in the country you're obviously a very formidable a smart personality and yet you talk about kind of being under the thumb of your brother during this time looking back how do you make sense of that I'm first of all I am I was his little sister and in that sense he was always older than I was so he was always trying to be and remind me of the fact that he was older and I have to respect him I was trying to give them the legal advice that would prohibit him from on to take certain actions like I'm when he was planning to shoot a rocket into somebody's house I have to remind him that I think about him only not about the victim he's he's planning to make so that's why I advised him that he shouldn't do that because if we would have used a rocket that it would have been an enemy of the state so I would advise him don't do that you know but it was difficult you don't want anybody to get hurt but you also have to be careful not to get hurt yourself and.

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"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One o'clock this afternoon and tonight at eleven PM Radiolab comes your way at two o'clock this afternoon on the next Radiolab couple of Heidi's getting it on across the window we wonder what we should or shouldn't see across the street I just watched the window all the time Hey stop photographing through a camera lens I'm not sure you want to see these photos I had no idea it was just like this beautiful love story and up close face to face why I never wanted to be part of their lives that's on the next Radiolab Radiolab at two o'clock this afternoon and also early Sunday morning at three AM here on KQED public radio this is the New Yorker radio hour we've been hearing the story of a woman named Astrid hall later whose brother was one of Europe's most notorious gangsters the new Yorkers Petrograd and keep road about Astrid and her brother in a piece called crime family villain how later after causing them had served time for notorious kidnapping along with his friend core but after the two were released from prison there were multiple attempts on course life and he was eventually killed more villains associates started to disappear and Astrid believe that her brother was now on a murderous rampage however accusing him was a risk she could not take it's always a question is he going to do anything to to the kids or not we went to women with children and had to have survive so that's what we did our.

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"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Secretions the house is clean those kind of things after remembers this is a relatively happy time with their father long since out of the picture the medicine the role of the family patriarch corne van were still partners in crime and best friends corn Sonya had a second child after going to law school so there was a kind of tentative harmony of the different elements in what was really a crime family our families were always together my sister I had a house and we would all eat there my brother and me my other brother my mother her core you know so we had one big family and we thought everything went well after university after to try to get a job in corporate law but the whole later name was notorious when she went out for job interviews nobody wanted to hire a whole later then suggested she meet with some of the criminal defense attorneys he knew they were excited to talk with her being the sister villain later had cachet she became a criminal lawyer and turned out she was really good at it I understood my clients I understood the mothers I understood the system were arrested too well they even didn't even know why I understood to children so to me criminal law was yeah it was it was me as her career took off then began to confide in Astrid teller about things he was doing tell about his fears she wasn't formally his lawyer but she did act as a kind of legal adviser and informal sounding board so you during this time you had gone to law school you had become quite a high powered criminal attorney with his connections throughout the city in the country you're obviously a very formidable smart personality and yet you talk about kind of being under the thumb of your brother during this time looking back how do you make sense of that I'm first of all I am I was his little sister and in that sense he was always older than I was so he was always trying to be and remind me of the fact that he was older and I have to respect him I was trying to give them the legal advice that would prohibit him from undertake certain actions like I'm when he was planning to shoot a rocket into somebody's house I have to remind him that I think about him only not about the victim he's he's planning to make so that's why I advise him that he shouldn't do that because if we would have used a rocket that it would have been an enemy of the state so I would advise him don't do that you know but it was difficult you don't want anybody to get hurt but you also have to be careful not to get hurt yourself and.

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"astrid" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"How how it's wet out and I'll just keep doing that until into no one shows up because it's too I'd just feel like it's a format that is just going to keep growing though like Brisbane. Can't contain this pub clapping right. Yeah a lot of people say. Why don't you franchise it and set up a chapter here and there and I'm like yeah but choir has existed already. It's not it's nothing to do with the idea like there are lots of already around the world it's something we'd LE- Spooky and magical about the the way that it sits with me the way that fits so perfectly with the skills that I have. And it's the people are in the team of pub It's always the same team it's not. It doesn't change. It's an rotation on a lineup of cost of thousands. It's like me and wife Anne playing the guitar and make doing the seeing and Paris taking the video like it's this. It's this little close knit team that just seems to jail ethically and yet the potentials endless to the point where I physically can do it. Lacking is nothing stopping other people from starting casual quiet. I think that would be so amazing as an outcome. If people see it and lack I wanNA sing more but so far. Is that Coin Pub Choir and Austin I guess the potential is whatever we can sustain as human beings. We're traveling small like we've done three countries outside of Australia now and we will continue to toys a little bit overseas these here. 'cause I mean really. It's like anyone who likes singing. And that's worldwide I think So it's nice. It's nice to travel around and to make that human connection in other countries and to see that it's very similar there as it is here. Stralia and I don't know it just seems to unfold every day like it's hard to plant in. It's hard to have a ten year plan because every single day something else happens that leads us to a new step like it's it is so crazy and it's an amazing coincidence. It feels like every every step is like predestined commerce. Yeah that's cool yeah. I was looking at qual- website and one thing that was written damn really stood out to me. I want to ask you about it. You say that music belongs to everybody. Do you think that truth is often forgotten astor absolutely and that's the saddest pot but I think people need to get rid of the idea that music is all these categories like if you like listening to music you are good enough to make. It already belongs to you. You were born with it just like in your face and sing like I. We need to get rid of this idea of separation of different classes of people worthy of accessing music. Yes some people can afford lessons that helps and some people. Can you know? Have a family history where everyone singing ingrained in your blood and it feels for a natural but at the end of the day. I think everyone's deserving of it and everyone's capable of it and I wish that we would embrace that fact Tibet s still small. Well it's that leads to the The perfect way to sum this up which is asking you the question asked. What shall we do about singing? Well the first thing you could do is do it more because lack out saying earlier on its skill like you really. If you think you're bad at it you mean you probably are. That is just not a good enough reason to me to do something like you could embrace being something like. That's okay too I cook. I'm not amazing at it but I liked doing it and it's a nice way to do something for the people. Singing can be the sign. It's a nice way to connect with other people even if you dislike absolutely rubbish. That's okay I think a big part of music I think. Being a teacher elevates I think a big pot of music where people aren't as good as they want to be. I think a lot of it comes down to listening if you want to get better at it. Not only should you just do it more like make more noise but also I think should listen more deeply like a lot of kids who sing out of tune I would find. They were opening their mouth. And letting the singing come before the thought it through. So like we'd speaking usually you can kind of think about what you're going to say as comes out some of like sometimes. I don't Internet support blood but you know what I mean like you can and you can think about ways and I think. Singing is exactly the same. It just needs a little bit of internal thought sometimes and listening more deeply to what you want your singing to be is is pretty much all of the steps of success like hearing what you want thinking through in your mind and they've been trying to make the noises that you make match what you wanted kind of thing like listening is is everything to do with music and that's a good skillful laugh anyway. So even if you don't WanNa be an amazing singer. Listening deeply is a good thing for life anyway. But that's I think that is a one piece of advice I would give to anyone. I want to be better at singing. Will you should listen more deeply. Listen to other singers. Listen to yourself more. Listen to like compare what you're doing with what you hoped it would be and then make steps to make them closer together. Everyone that I've ever taught reasoning is part of the solution. That's also asteroid. Honestly it's been a delight to talk to you but inspired by you and the work that you're doing with popcorn. I WANNA get a planet. The Brisbane Sing along with you have a good old time. Thanks for joining us on the PODCAST. Thanks so much for having me. I see you at the top sometimes. Sing Sing with me. Lucky my thanks to Astra Jorgensen. He could find on facebook twitter and Instagram at pub choir. You don't say discover more about PUB CLA at propercloth DOT COM dot. Au thank you so much for listening to this podcast. I really appreciate it and if you enjoyed the show play subscribe or even shade these with your friends. You can also connect with the show and instagram and facebook. At what shall we do pod and on twitter? At what shall we pod? What shall we do about these hosted and produced by me Sam Robinson with production support from Ali Bonds and original music by Chad? Goddamn catch an ex time..

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"astrid" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"That is so special that paper doing it for centuries I mean it I think they can be so many reasons wishing to go back in the Nian fulls but I personally like what I was saying before about. Singing is the only instrument that you a gifted not everyone can afford Violin lessons not everyone can afford a guitar but absolutely everyone was born with a free instrument. And that's pretty cool and it's portable everywhere you go. You can sing if you wanted to do again. Don't but you could and it's like it's so easy and like it's it's a way to communicate as well like music has always been with humans and and never been a human culture observe at hasn't had music. I'd love to ask you about the conduct. People who'd come along to pub- because I imagine that it might not be usually someone who rock up to a quiet. Who are the kind of people who who love? Pub Choir. Well it is eighteen. Plus because it's at the Bob and there's a bit of swearing. It'd be squaring the second half to hate with swearing. Sorry everyone but I guess we try to just make it seem friendly and relaxed but safari. The people that calm. I mean I wish it want necessarily like this. But it's two thirds women admit. I wish it was more equal. But for some reason we attract the ladies. I ladies are a little bit more inclined to to open up to the idea of singing at having said that it's very third of men and I guess like the age range is pretty wide. Like I've definitely seen like people into the nineties and I've seen people who are very fresh. Eighteen year olds but the majority would be like at thirty forty young people who are not necessarily looking for lack an absolute smashing like roaring not on a Wednesday because most people go to work on a Thursday morning and it seems to be people who just blow off staying and find a way to make new friends. I think that's another thing about communal music making is it's like a nice way to meet people with that like the small. Talk your like even though it seems really intense social thing to do to make people like Singhania. Strange is your Ol- doing at the same time. So it's not embarrassing personally and then it's like you've already done the most embarrassing thing. So yeah you just chat in the break like you see people connecting. I've heard a story a couple of admit and got married since. Pugwash data that blows my mind so I I think people looking to connect. That's the people that come along and I have heard that it sells out. Lucky minutes right. Yeah that must be with confidence and joy. Oh absolutely like I do often wonder just as I walk out on stage to like a packed rock. Venue like I mean I I at one stage was trying to be a musician with the band. There is no way in hell. I would have ever seen like more than ten people at any of those gigs to walk out like at the Tivoli in Brisbane. Which is the hallowed music and to have fifteen hundred? People did the same to me and I'm always like do they know it's Coie like do they understand what they get into some of them. Probably don't to be honest but it is crazy like how. How much desired there. He's in the community to participate. And it's been gone long enough that they must know what it is and yet they're still like sent buying fifteen hundred tickets in five minutes like every time it sells out pretty much as fast as you can click which boys my mind like people really want to connect. It's not just the singing. It's just. It's an opportunity to recycling positive with other people. I don't know it is wild to me. I don't know how to unpack that. I'll probably be or have this for the rest of my life but going back to when you started this thing pub qua- did you ever expect it to become popular. No way like you can't fathom success when you haven't had any like I will say like before we did the first one. My GRIPE FRIEND FROM UNION MEG. Bothell is so. We put on the first event together. She booked venue She found the POB and was able to convince a pub to like. Open it up for Corey which is quite a feat in itself and when we were talking about how we wanted to be it felt like a really good idea at the time like it's it seems like a weird thing to say. I guess but I don't think I've ever really had a good idea before because it felt very different. Say That luck I got really excited about it and just felt like it was going to go. Well I like. I had no concept of way that might lead me but I definitely remember like thinking to myself this. This is a good idea like it's going to be fun. Whatever happened unhappy about it. This podcast topic is singing. And before we get to the nitty gritty of seeing. I'd love to talk about quiz. We already kind of mentioned that I think has an image problem. It doesn't seem like it's the place that adults would choose to go along to. What do you think it is that choirs have an image problem? I can only begets that having worked in quite a few over the years. I think that there is way too much focused on competition nor even necessarily entering a competition. Like yes going instead fitness and stuff like that and there was preparing to be compared with some some other quiet but even to stuff like I've worked with community choirs who aren't interested in competitions. But they're interested in putting on a concert for judgment or where it always feels like. You're working towards something high stakes. I'm not even bagging that at it. I'm a competitive person. I can see value in preparing for something. Otherwise it's like hard to set a goal but a lot of people don't need that like an get shops a lot of people at as well like it's it's a lot to commit to going along every week so that you can ultimately be judged by other people on your talent like it's that's a lot to sign up for if you're trying to relax with this activity it depends. It depends what kind of person you are. Maybe you want that. And that's okay from what I see at pub choir the people that come definitely don't want that long-term pressure they don't want that kind of commitment They went to experience something in the Mormon. And and that's not to say you can't get that from a choir that rehearses every week like I love Kwara. I'm obsessed with choir. I've made a whole living out of quest so I do not mean to talk down but people that come. They want to experience the the the good of choir without the long-term pressure having said that. Like if you're in one of the traditional types of quiet you can really delve into stuff. That is complex. And then I kind of think like the reward can be really great like you work at repertoire over a long period of time and then when you finally achieve it feels like that's another level of chief -ment but that puck why people don't need that and that's okay too and I think just making music for the experience of it is enough like you. Good enough to participate in that. You don't need to win the ward. Has there ever been a sense that annot so pub come along year Rehearse Asong you learn you perform it at the end? Have you ever had any sense that people within the crowd one of Ain say? Let's go and perform these damn the straight. Let's go perform these on a state somewhere or they happy. Just doing it in the crowd. I really think it exists just in that moment like such a nice thing to hold in your hands and experience with those people and the no one else gets to have that special yet it it. It's honestly like I'm actually had goosebumps thinking that how every single time it's different and special in its own way and it's like. I think everyone understands that we actually do feel very so you can like watch back but there's never a time when you watch. It feels the same like there's something about standing there and it finally coming together. It's a it's a comedy show and it's relaxed but it actually is work like you have to learn you'll pot over the course of one evening and and then when it finally comes together that it is it feels like magic like I feel like I'm a witch but like a good one and I move my hands and people do what I say and this like this magic moment where it comes together at the end of the night and it's unreal and it is incompatible end. I think if you come along you experience it. And that's what gets people wind to get soft because for a lot of people. They've never made music in that way before. And it really does feel different and special and the NATO their friends about it and everyone wants that feeling. Everyone wants to feel like the grease bump marmots over stadium seeing together but condensed into like a little brisbane room with people from like green slopes. It's like roll casual. That's cool clear that you're passionate about what you do and you love what you do and you and you also invested a lot of time into pub. Qubit also music in general. Why do you do what you do? Well I don't have a little the choices if I've been real talented as long as it's a lifetime of decisions have have led me to hear It is weird to me. How all of the ingredients of my life fits so perfectly into popcorn like I guess I. I was a high school teacher for a time. I tried the band thing I I was as singing teacher. Conducted Quiz like prop acquires that. Rehearse regularly for keys. Don't feel like any of those things felt right to me. Voice felt like I wasn't doing what I should and I could do something more in it so weird to me how pub Qui- is all of those things in small doses perfectly suited to me like that. Do Not Take that for granted because I feel like I had a favorite of failure that led me here and it suddenly makes sense. So that's why I do it. I guess I really did consider seriously other things even nonmusical things like. I have questioned so many times what I am doing my life. Just take for granted how widely suited. Pugwash is to me. It's almost like there's nothing else I could possibly do. It is. It's Bizarre Sam. I don't know what's happening. It's it's spooky..

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"astrid" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"You. Thanks for joining me from Sunny Brisbane. Thanks Sam I feel very special. Well I think what you're doing is really special pub choir. I'm fairly new to these. I've never been a long but it looks like a bunch of fun have. Have you always been a singer? Those we talk about this topic of singing definitely always been musical lack of From my as early as I can remember. I've been playing piano something but unknown when I was about fifteen got really desperate for singing lessons and I are member. Begging parents For me to be able to quit violin lessons to sub it out so I think Like in high school I started getting really Kane on singing but like I yet. It came to me kind of late in life. I guess compared to the rest of my music interests like It's sort of hit me into school toward union getting really obsessed with it and wanted to make a career out of singing like something kind of flipped in my brain and I just wanted to do it all the time. What was it? You didn't like that Violin. Oh where do I start saying I liked? I liked violin. One thing I actually liked about it was that there's no button view played piano. You can see the case in front of you and so when you WanNa play annoy you press that button you press that key whereas violin. It's like only in your mind. Do you just have to learn how to approximate with stuff is and corrected with your mind? I guess I I don't WanNa bag it out but I mean it's not very cool is it. It's not as cool as like it at the time when you fifteen. It didn't feel lack being in a rock band. And it was like buying Sinatra's and stuff and and like being locked in a room alone will announce his enjoying the world. I just felt like it wasn't as maybe interactive with the rest of the world. As I'd hoped it would be well. What you're doing now is super interactive punk Woah. How did you find a way to public clock? 'cause I believe you go to a bunch of music credentials and qualifications. Now Yeah like I've got a really large fixed it. That is so true. I was trying to figure the positive you know. No I'm very aware of it. It's okay I am. I don't know I like it again to ask my challenges depending on my mood but I guess like choir has existed for Forever like as long as humans have existed in that right luck. It's just not a new idea. I think what's special about what we do is making people feel okay about singing badly like a yet. Choir is kind of like over the years these reputation for being a bit stuffy like and whether that's warranted like I love quiet but I think a Lotta people have an end minded sake competitive war you have it you know it's a bit exclusive whereas I think what does he's just makes everyone feel k. In a have a crack and and I guess that kind of developed a was already working as a choir director when I left Uni and I worked at schools and I did all sorts of things and I guess I just had this like rising sense of unease at music had this exclusivity to it and that sucks like everyone likes music. Everyone like kids at high school would be listening today like Headphones and stuff music. All of the top and yet when they stepped into the music classroom. That'd be like music and that was really disheartening. To make something you definitely darn hate music. So popcorn was kind of I. Guess an attempt to to breach those two ideas like everyone does love music but for some reason they think they hate music making music. Learning which yeah. That's sad so for those who are across what pub query is what is popcorn on one hand so it sounds like you sing with people at the pub But essentially what it is is like a big old comedy music lesson and at the end of it at Whoever came along is performing a song in public at the end with others. It's not a solar thing but basically it's like a group thing along and I teach at the show. I teach whoever comes along to sing in three pot hominy with the other people. That are the star in Brisbane. There's fifteen hundred people that come to every single event so it's a big choir choir in outside in the real world it's like thirty all ladies but Arctic fifteen hundred people and you had a sing one song at every show in three pot hominy. It's kind of everyone's done karaoke but it's like a couple steps up from it. I think you know it's like it's like actually creating a piece of art with strangers and then get to go home and never do it again. Which is nice too but what I find interesting is you said. It's it's people who can't sing and yet your taking singing three pot hominy so in a way they are learning to sing in a way they wouldn't anywhere else. Yeah like I if I take a step back I guess I think everyone can sing. It's just not that everyone is equally as comfortable doing it or perhaps not. Everyone sings with the same idea of tuning or something like that. Like some people loud and some people sing other extend what we expected. But that is I think what we have forgotten like. Everyone can literally do it. It's just that we're afraid of being bad at so we don't do it very much anymore but like at pub. Quad is fifteen hundred people there so we're giving people back like anonymity and like permission into be average at it because this so many people that it's going to work out so you don't have to bear the burden of being an amazing recording artist. You just go along the neck. Open your math in have cracked like it doesn't matter if you miss a couple of nights there are many other people it just genuinely doesn't matter and I think in that way it's like giving everybody the chance to reclaim singing in their life. Like a lot of people come along. Who had like a little bit of robot not like serious? Everyone's at some point seems to have been told that they should mime at the school concert. They shouldn't like the family as tasty bat singing to add a tuna whatever and everyone's internalized they so for a lifetime and then suddenly. I just stopped singing altogether so pub. Choirs trying to to undo some of that. I think because singing feels really good like do you do things I I do at times work in radio and often will break out into some of my co host and Actually Performing Dom eamonn stage which you should never do. Not You've seen the video stated you you know. It should not be done but I think for me I found was doing that. It's nerve wracking. Show were there to do a silly thing and make fun of ourselves but at the same time you are singing in front of a crowd. What are we what are we? It's it's never is to be crippled with nerves I. It is most surprising to me than absolutely anyone that I have made a career out of music because as a kid I would pretty much crumble under pressure every single time. I tried to do something like I knew that I was pretty good at music. So like at School for instance I would always be like signing up for the talent contest and then I would crumble onstage and every single time when Annan tease I would forget my words like why did I keep going back a sucker for punishment so I get that. It's nerve wracking singing very personal. Because it's the only instrument that comes from your body like everything else is extensive. You can play the guitar and then you can put it away if you if you feel like you not doing a good job you can put it in. Its case with singing. It's like if you are bad at it. You personally are responsible which I it does feel very personal but I I feel like we've put musical talent into a different category to talented. It makes me feel frustrated like a with exercising like everyone knows he should exercise too to keep well and it's good for you and be a mind and stuff and like if you go for a run around the block. I would assume that you're not doing it to be Olympian. It's just because there is a lot of reasons why that is a good thing to do and yet with singing. It's like if you're not amazing route from the first time you do it you should never do it again. Which is a silly way to approach any skill in life? I think and so I'm trying to convince people otherwise it's like it is okay to be bad at it. Why would you be good at it? You never do it. But if there's other reasons other reasons to sing other than the winning and Aria you know yeah that's true. I think a lot of it comes down to like nearly twenty years ago in Australian auto was on. Telly and that have a few great singers and they'd mix it up with a montage of terrible. Sing is the judge. Poke Fun at and united the producers. Put them there for a bit of fun. I think. Even that shows that any any chance that you get this thing in front of people humiliated and it's a scary thing to do it. I guess he could say the same for any time. You left your house but fair enough. I guess you judge what what is valuable to you like. I don't think it's reasonable for me to walk around and be like everybody must sing all the time like that would be annoying to me as well. Please don't do that. I don't even like going to see musical theater but I think like we're seeing this so many other reasons to do it other than like doing a solo performance. Like we've got to get rid of the competitiveness and the judgment that clouds music so much like casual music. Making is a fun thing to do. So is casual soccer like disarm any studies at. They're saying it's good for your mind and it's good for your mentality and your happiness but other than that like have used student crowd. I mean you work in Radio. You must get a couple of free concerts every diva go along to like a big stadium full of people and everyone singing the woods together that feel his is hard to talk like this something about singing with others that he's along better than singing align level. The idea of choirs and like you said it's been around forever. Like singing in a group with her to church or inequality situation. What do you think about the Quiah?.

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"astrid" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The man who kept us up at night through so many many years dear lord dear lord art was all talk but his talk was our and then there's a little Astrid down at the bottom here in which she reminds me you never know it could happen and unfortunately I didn't retain the pages with the person's name because they certainly deserve credit one way or the other for this little epitaph west of the Rockies you're on the air hello hello you know hired don Paul hi Sir that's one of the stars turn the stuff down I want to tell you I was on a Monday night watching this S. T. S. on the other someone nervousness for sorry and they were just talking along going through their process and also on the line snapped yes and if they went into their version of Houston we have a problem on a bottom part of the screen a little bit to the left and way in the distance on a black and white TV assault in a white dog just gonna shoot across well here we go when I was wondering if somebody had a tape of the could maybe you know do a review of that look at it for motion I only got to see it once but I thought I saw it it was not only an alien archer well maybe some item like the experiment says and same way to say something and there is a of a thing out here of civilization civilization called moo moo lawyer that yesterday yes hello they say it sunk in the Channel Islands and upon a decker canyon over Malibu cinema are they have some very interesting little trails through a place called bony trail I've been through there I'm surprised archaeologists aren't going crazy about it anyways strewn all the lost continent of mu well there's some very interesting things up there that shouldn't be and I'm surprised that more people don't know about as well all rights are there are things all over the world that should not be I mean the look the program the other night I thought pointed out some awfully important things how in the world could there be dinosaurs in the Antarctic and when they open them up they find well preserved tropic flowers that these dinosaurs eight how can that be if the Antarctic has always been the Antarctic there should have been dinosaurs there in the first place number one and number two they certainly could not have been eating flowers because flowers can't grow in that kind of ice so there are a lot of challenges to traditional science out there a lot of challenges and a lot of things that are not properly explained I mean there's just simply no question about that all right look we're gonna break for a very quick moment here and we'll be right back what I'm doing tonight is trying to discuss all kinds of things without discussing politics we'll get back to it it's it's but it's also a it's like I've had it right up here with politics I'm not particularly embracing anybody in the field right now I consider the primaries the other day just a big reshuffle and it's just sort of a it's kind of a weak field and a lot of ways and I I was so I've I've I've had it up here now all get interested again I suppose if the results in Georgia we shovel it in some new way but you don't you know that feeling where you've had it right up to here we'll be right back message and.

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Sean O'Beirne

Published...Or Not

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Sean O'Beirne

"Short stories are the perfect way to address a range of issues in an immediate and succinct. Way Sean Ben has done just that in his collection entitled a couple of things before the end so sean welcome to three. Ci thanks very much for having me. Now what sort of did you have in mind? It's a bit ominous sort of title. Yea Well I wouldn't be the person I mean just about everybody's GonNa soonest ought to be thinking about what the next ten twenty thirty forty s log and if you begin to read even in the mainstream press you'll start to get warnings that if the sky gets full of more particles that make the earth hotter and hotter parts of the Middle? Part of the Earth are going to become more or less uninhabitable this century and serious water and food shortages will come along with that. I mean this is nothing else but what anyone who gets anyway. Nissim Sci. He's starting to tell us Now then the question would come. Kenneth fiction serve that what can fiction do Without saying the same thing over and over but what what to do with that was really interesting to me was what would the people I grew up with. I love And also people who weren't exactly like the people I grew up with. How are we all going to be with this? What he's going to happen to to quite the people I really know once serious privation serious shortages dot to happen all around us. There's one story at the end Bunka which goes into that. We'll come to that one but there are other sorts of ends in mind here. The gained the a period in your life The end of communication is another one. That comes up. So let's delve into some of these stories and hopefully it won't be all that ominous Because there are some fascinating things here you did. The first story is called scouts. Were you ever a boy scout? I have to go ahead and say that I was a boy scout. I was a boy scout in the nineteen seventies I was very. I was particularly bad at sports which were an Australian boy his special problem but one thing I could find do with me was put me in cub scouts. And that work that worked I was especially bad at what we in. The nineteen seventies was called foot clinic Stood there disconsolate. A very small boy. Seven or eight years old in the middle of big muddy oval. And all I wanted was people might remember this. You GotTa be game at the end but for me it really was standing around in an hour on a on a baddeck not understanding really what to do with the football. I remember years ago. Michael Looney telling the story that when he was boy out in the country he was sort of Eilly united and confused by football. What you were supposed to do when the ball came down to woods him he picked it up. Held it to his chest and ran through the goals. Naturally as as one would. But it's a right of passage in some ways you know learning the not earning the badges miss but at what point do you sort of. What will does it come to an end? If we want to talk about ending but you transition the development there what was I suppose one of the things that got some pythons about being a scout? I mean they certainly some comedy as well but what was what was maybe saddle. Poignant upbeat about being a scout in the seventies wars you were participating in the system in. You didn't exactly think about lock these you'll participating in a system that was actually dying all around you which was the old British USTRALIAN loyalty. Oh British Astrid Unite. The revolt was valuable. Said they weren't sort of nineteen seventy seven nine hundred seventy eight nine hundred seventy nine a NI- uniform saluting the flag And trying to be sort of good junior soldier. Boys in a Y. Or at the very least the kind of good boy that you would have. That Biden Powell know if people remember Lord Biden Powell the founder of the Scouting Movement. But if you go back and look at scouting for boys it's the idea of kind of purposeful cleanliness in a little boy. That's also always turning into the effort to sort of locate and destroy aliens. But Tom and I don't mean I don't mean from outer space I mean the ones we leave this a militarist element. This is it. So it's it's playing soldier but it's also got an idea of self theirself idea of self control in it. There's a list of things that are good boy does that a scout does a scout prepared but a scout is also sort of honest in a tainted in some ways and I don't mean to mock all of that hopefully the thing about that stories. It's not all pissing from a high on the scouting movement. It's getting to something. Which was that? There was something in that I mean. I know we feel like this a lot now. But there's something in that old idea of self control. Which is such a daily on fashionable idea. Now the scouting movement held onto a part of it. But of course to us. It just looks ridiculous that you would wear your little uniform and your little hat and salute a flag on a Tuesday night. It's not so much ridiculous. One eventually which happens in the story eventually grows out of it yes and reevaluate says you grow older so it has its purpose in its place but as you say a lot of traditions a dying as well and they've got a reinvent. I mean the notion of a boy's group alone today. Isis audience changed another thing. That's changed the royals. You've got him on August news lead. There is an incompetent. Monarchist Focus Group pretty early in the and that comes out of the Scout Story too. Which is it goes to the whole idea of the Shia strangeness of trying to make an England down the bottom of Asia which we really did try and do. I went to London for the first time. Not that long gone about ten years ago. I had that thing that many many strengths must have had. Which is the shock of recognition that once you get through cock fosters on that train and start to going to London accord. It looks exactly like Hawthorne it looks. Exactly like Moldovan down to the last and you begin to understand why that you had before that we that that the F. It was really just to make these places again. The idea of Kemba well below Laos below. Papua we really tried for that and again I think one of the things. That's hopefully interesting about growing up. In the seventies I think the seventies there was a was a real transition time where that old idea that we could somehow Cape together an England down here began to break up and wash away and so and then then I mean then I think plenty of people listening to this would know this. But in a way the bill for that wasn't paid until the nineteen ninety s in the nineteen nineties. We had that exuberant Tom where we thought well. No no money in this and we'll just be Australian. It's all we can let England going by the nineteen ninety by the Howard years. You had the understanding that it was actually going to be something that we felt a lot more Sarah about a lot more angry about and we're going to punish somebody else but we still had politicians bringing back knighthoods and such luck. And that's you that's interesting but that was what was interesting about the Abbot Attempt. In about the time of that story about the top of that royal story where it really much to light now and even people that you wouldn't expect or the I thought the idea of Sir Prince Phillip and the first strategy night. All that's right it will be Prince Philip. Did you give Edinburgh that? The whole country in two thousand fifteen couldn't take that But just as Australia was reinventing itself oil or imagining its identity. Which is a growing sort of evolution. The monarchy is sort of caught in the same bind. Harry and Meghan done Mike it into the story necessarily only slightly but they trying to establish their own identity in a new ish. Can you hold on to the monarchy? This is where I think I mean. I think this is still true. This little against what I just said but I still think it's a strain schizophrenia. What you would think of is the oldest. Dr Steele holds a lot. Hold on a lot for monarchy and foreign idea of England that still does persist in one of the places it does possess these in those people in that royal family in the Queen and to some extent. Now I mean we tried Diana but now much more and William and Kate but the thing that Tom the thing about that he says it's just getting hotter and hotter for any family any group of individuals to actually be able to carry off what you need to do to be a barely successful enough royalty in the face of the sheer amount of virulent attention that the entertainment system is GonNa WanNa put on you. It's it's pretty much going to be impossible to be monarchy in the next fifty but also the the monarchy speaks to a tradition that goes back centuries which hasn't necessarily evolved and changed with the Moore's that go on today which is it's appeal. Which is the thing we desperately hope for that. You could point to any one group of things and say you want change will you? You'll stay the same. You promised The problem is is that as you say with them. What Harry and Megan is it. They couldn't take the deal that will often because the deal starts to get so strange which is listen. You'll be a representative of what is good in a sense. He's more self control. This idea that we're after over and over again but at the same time will pretty much persecute and you will be at you all the time. You'll open your door in the morning and hundreds of us where we tried to watch you and I I can't understand. I don't get a sense of whether this is to their credit or not. They just refuse that. Were like this is so awful. This is more or less like a kind of strange it privileged. But it's also a persecution and can leave. Just leave

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The Rise of Ecofascism

Think: Sustainability

04:05 min | 1 year ago

The Rise of Ecofascism

"Looking. And how the climate it crisis fuels ECO Fascist ideology and how some of those narratives already exist in mainstream politics. You're listening thing to think sustainability. I'm Julia Cockatiel. So lost time. We defined Eaker Kerr Fascism as the belief in racial purity as the only way to save the planet thus eaker fascists place the wellbeing of the earth nature. HR and animals at the forefront of their ideology and although eaker fascism draws on ideas dating as far back as the nineteenth century the contemporary context specifically the climate crisis has given the ideology. And you edge. Astrid is gone from Gazing at its nive home to a three years ago to the midst of a huge crisis in Tosa Faez and they'd rather than agricultural catastrophes and song. I think we're going to see them. Rise quite dramatically. These ecologically focused Sort of Fascist taught the the end of the wound is coming. We have to cybele solve taught movements. Betsy Hoffman Emeritus Professor of Development Studies at Hampshire College in Massachusetts agrees that apocalyptic narratives the articles spurred on by the climate crisis. Give Echo fascists a new sense of urgency here in the United States. There's a real tendency toward Still toward apocalyptic schism this ECO fascist view. That were you know approaching some kind of major conflagration or the end of the world old especially around climate change now in the environmental movement as we discussed in pot one anti overpopulation specifically by non non Anglo. Nonwhite immigrants is at the core of the fascist argument more extreme ideologies and philosophies will become more and more attractive partly partly because of global warming and And partly because there is a reality associated with population growth. You know that as the world's population grows its capacity to support the number of people Declines this idea of immigrants washing up on the shores of the West. I arriving to destroy new land after the degradation of their own is the common narrative for pated among ECO fascists in the climate crisis these immigrants are known as climate refugees mean. Climate change is bad enough as it is. It's urgent enough is it is is you know you look at the forest fires you can look at Melting ice you don't need to then make it look like all these poor people. In the Global South South are gonNA come across our borders you know a bleak future scenarios of millions and millions of climate refugees roaming across international borders creating havoc climate refugees or environmental migrants those who forced to abandon their homes due to environmental degradation or extreme weather events experts estimate that climate change is likely to displace between one hundred and fifty and three hundred million people by the middle of the century. But Betsy says most of the conversation related to climate refugees is alarmist and misleading are so many people really going to be flooding across borders. Orders most Migration will probably be within countries. Not accost borders. Why is migration happening? Migrations Complex questioned. There is likely to be climate related late in migrating. There already is but it's complicated there. A range of other factors involved in people's decisions to migrate behind the Fascist Lens. Those was occupying the Global South A- causing environmental degradation when in reality those living in poverty being forced to migrate because also the actions of those on the other side of the world

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"astrid" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news Astrid ahead highway to still close the power is still out it's kind of snow up north and now the winds coming Carlene Johnson live also console which county where recovery from two days of snow still a work in progress those stories and more first this live update from ABC at nine thirty he now how are debating the final articles of impeachment resolution against president trump that will be ahead of a vote it also if it's approved the seven impeachment managers will be led by congressman Jerry Nadler an Adam Schiff who are calling on the Senate leader to hold a fair trial house investigators say they release new evidence that could widen the investigation into president trump's relations with Ukraine Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell saying the houses sending an incomplete impeachment case they did not pursue their all Japan is through the courts from one lead in piece from manager Jerry Nadler says they could waive some people said well you know to let the election take care of it he's trying to cheat in that election so it is essential that we bring this impeachment trial to start next week Andy field ABC news Capitol Hill McConnell has said he would consider new witnesses and documents but that it will be determined at a later date with continuing coverage of the impeachment of president trump by Michelle Franzen ABC news news one thousand seven ninety seven seven good morning once again thirty four mostly cloudy skies a few patches of blue in downtown Seattle it's nine thirty one we continue with our top stories on a couple twenty four seven news center it's still no power for people living in index has got college highway to still close to Collin county got married and so last night the latest all that from cost cutting jobs full run cameras the undersheriff in Clallam county says they had a few more inches of snow yesterday before nightfall continued all day and then last night everybody went to bed in which you know maybe four five inches on the ground but we woke up this morning specially in the port Angeles area directly most people got well over what your VA and for now highway two remains close to some gold bar duty crew still removing all those trees that came down these events size would DO T. not just the driving in snow and ice that we're concerned about it what could come down from the weight of the snow once the she's done picking up all the downed trees PSE can get in with power crucifix the down lines more outages due to snow last night in north Kitsap county and up in Bellingham they lost a substation and now the wind is coming late today and tonight east winds of the foot hills is akua north bend even clock brace for sixty mile an hour gusts curling Johnson come on news there's barely a trace of snow left on many of Seattle's main road so why the decision to close the school district today Tim Robinson with Seattle schools tales como they opted to make the decision last night because the forecast called for more so and because the.

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How to use Apple Podcast with your Alexa devices

AppleVis Podcast

07:22 min | 1 year ago

How to use Apple Podcast with your Alexa devices

"This podcast. I'm going to show you how to use apple podcasts on your Alexa devices now now apple and Amazon have been working closely together to make things more integrated for apple users with her Alexa devices. So in the past we have seen seen apple. Music have been comprised in part of the electric devices. And you're able to access Alexa Devices via Bluetooth. Was Your Iowa Iowa devices as well and now we have the presentation of offering apple podcasts. On your election devices. Why something you'd be interested in? Hey Thomas I can do that. I can ask for podcasts on election devices. But what makes us different. Well I'll tell you what makes us different I for one apple bringing apple podcasts. Impart integration with your election advice is not only. Does it angry something even more but it also. Oh syncs with your apple podcasts. Across the IOS devices meaning that every show that you listen to every thing that you finish finish oriented process of listening something we'll be across your irs. So if I continue on my elective vice and then I want to pick it up later on my iphone on it can do that now. That's one of the reason. The other reason is apple podcasts. Also present over eight hundred thousand different types of podcasts and brings is it straight to your Alexa device now before we proceed on the veil ability of this feature is not available in all countries at this time. So check to see if your country is is eligible for this feature. It is a very easy process now. The first thing you have to do we have a two step process the first step you have to tell Alexa how to use apple podcasts. I'm GONNA show you how to do that. And then second is using the actual Alexa devices to hear all the various commands. Do you have at your fingertips so let's start with Alexa APP itself. This is on your eye west. You have to download your Alexa APP. And we'll begin gin and let's find the Alexa APP here Amazon Alexa double tap to open. Okay Dole tapped open weather forecast for Lee's summit provided by ACCUWEATHER DOT COM now. This is very similar process what we did when we added the apple music to the Amazon Echo at the top left issues the menu button and you but go ahead and do one finger double tap on that advice but now we're going to swipe to the right into we could do settings settings but once we arrived here double tap settings voice responses now. We're looking for music. An podcast sort of swiped to the right communication music and PODCASTS and double tap music and pop music and podcasts. Amazon Music Amazon music. Now I'm GONNA switch to we get to link new services link news service button once you find the link link new services but double tap link link service Sirius Xm l.. Let's continue to apple podcasts. Double Tap apple podcast apple podcasts star rating and I will go to the right to use but in double tap on enable enabling skill Alex S and then once you enter your credentials or if you already have in your credentials. They won't ask for it. You're going to hear something like this. PODCAST service obviously. We WanNa make this default podcast service. When every time time he asked the lady for a podcast is going to use this apple podcasts? Instead set your favorite podcast service fault in music and podcasts settings selective service double tap if if all services all right. Now we're GONNA go to the right into the podcast area. PODCASTS heading there it is so we got to the PODCAST ear. No no go to the right Alexa. Resume my podcast. Selective service and double tap apple podcasts. And we're going to double tap on Apple. PODCASTS US. What we want to make default apple? podcasts elected apple podcasts and there we have it now. Let's get back out of here just to make sure it takes effect back button attack apple podcasts and we are now done. So let's head over to the Aleady device here. Now you can ask for any of your favorite podcasts. You have an and apple. PODCASTS luxa played dot dot podcast playing dot dot a daily five minutes echo demo from Alexa from apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode. DTD Ten sixty eight alphabet game a new skill every day. So as you can hear I invoked the podcast. I wanted to listen if he had never heard of dot dot give that one a world. You may hear me on from time to time if you'd like to resume where you just left off Alexa. Play DOT DOT podcast. Here's dot to dot a daily five minutes echo demo. I'm from Alexa from Apple. podcasts resuming the latest episode. DTD Ten sixty eight alphabet game. Stay we are looking at a skill. Called our for that game You're currently playing the latest episode profession. A country previous plane de ten sixty seven pet buddy new scale every day. Stop and of course you've got all the various things so of course you can do. Applebee's APP AH just exactly what I'm GonNa do next tried that Alexa Open. APPLEBEE's getting apple podcast from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode Applebee's Unleash December Twenty nineteen. Where are my flying cars and then we have? Oh everybody stop on. Can you ask for podcast it. You're aware of an no of you can also ask for specific categories. Such as give me the top rated podcasts on travel technology science food and many more. So there's lots of different things you can ask her so astrid yard their Alexa. Give me the top rated science podcasts. On Apple podcast getting science fiction rating system from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode onto seven hot tub time machine to stop stop and sometimes you may get the Amazon podcast instead and that will happen from time to time. So you've got to be very specific. And so we'll just say apple podcasts on the end of things so that will make sure that she is using your apple podcasts or the apple podcast skill as enabled Alexa. Give me the latest elitist technology podcast on Apple podcast. Playing the latest episode of Ted Talks Technology from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode. How I'm using biological data to tell better stories and spark social change? Heidi Boisvert Stop Tom and they have it. It is pretty simple to set up as I showed you in the beginning of this podcast. How to set this up as a skill? And now you have apple podcasts. Integrated a part of your election

"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"astrid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Monkey with one typewriter and stock in a room on the clock it's a nice sunny day and so hello act the content factory interesting it's F. Astrid figure now we notice that okay Jerry media is on the third floor to take the elevator lex wait a minute my show you this livable wall paper for now it's a joke the market is not here there is no link double wall paper got stoppers but F. asterisk C. K. Jerry's joke factory is a sunny off how do you introduce yourself LA to valley what is your title I don't have a you have a title I guess I could say you know founder Jerry and then what does the founder okay do various things like what like with the what what is Ellie into belly is the kind of person who just says he does various things for a living it doesn't elaborate he's kind of quiet looks nervous and seems like you just kind of stumbled into this whole thing I started thing when I was twenty years old not knowing what the heck I was doing today may think twice about like you know Snoop be posting content on the internet you know is just came from a very innocent place but at a certain point you know I did notice that it potentially could be speak of something Elliot has actually built is following in too many somethings he created a company that does video ads social media documentaries you may have heard about the ill fated fire festival they help promote it they bring in millions of dollars Kelly also launched a board game based on popular memes and he's a part owner of the tequila company and Ellie and does not consider sharing other people's names that he says he's a curator and there are a lot of curators on the internet also he did start crediting some people a couple years ago but after the F. F. Jerry campaign brands like Comedy Central and bumble pulled their ads and three hundred thousand people on followed after I walked down the street and people that I I feel like people are looking at me like I'm fraudster type person one of the reality and I'm not at all and just like that whole misconception of who I am as a person from all this is what sucks the most to me so me personally my reputation yeah does this make you sad but you don't know no you look sad under saddles yeah yes actually did seem to truly upset about this campaign and to maybe take his side for just a moment when Eliud started doing all of this the rules around crediting were kind of unclear but it is hard to be too sympathetic only it has done some edgy things with other people's content like for a while Eliot was using other people's funny posts about their drunken night to advertise his tequila like screen driving some other persons funny post and then slipping his brand into the caption without even asking them if they liked his tequila so I mean you could call that an ad in the sense but I I don't see that as an ad but I see how maybe that's great and we you know we're stopped you were not no longer doing that so you genuinely like you didn't think that it was an act I don't consider that an ad no Elliott says he has been evolving with social media norms because the whole everyone unfollow freak Jerry campaign he's asking people for permission to post their material but Meg right who started the whole campaign and a bunch of other internet humorous and funny people say that's still not enough but to the people who say well why not pay you people for your content like your share your crediting them you're asking for consent now but why not just like writing a check it's a media I guess if you could call it a media company I mean are you guys paying me for this interview no not allowed to so it is it should we say that like paying people for content is not something that you are currently planning our I mean I I don't I just you kind of just give like a I don't really know how to characterize what he said yeah I mean it's not no that's for sure like that like we keep saying this is like an ever evolving thing for now we have the consent polity policy in place next week it might be you know payment who knows Elliott is considering paying people which is a big deal to go on the record about because it would mean changing his whole business model and if they did do it what would that mean how would that look they go back and pay everyone since two thousand eleven does he only pay the new members and totally forget about all the jams that got in there and would even be enough for the internet what is the fair price for a good meeting and we should point out that a lot of brands and accounts and people do what Ellie it does news sites aggregate funny tweets Facebook tumblr Instagram itself these are all platforms that are profiting off of our free voluntarily uploaded pictures this fight is ultimately about something much bigger than after Jerry and Elliot to valley it's about on the internet profits from all the funny pretty gross weird interesting things we upload every day maybe everyone should be paid for everything we post I'm ready we await our checks Instagram check that's my line prove it prove it it's your line I guess it's **** Wonka's.

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Your Guide to Chennai, India

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

11:34 min | 1 year ago

Your Guide to Chennai, India

"Welcome to the immature traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about tonigh- I'd I'd like to welcome the show. Amanda from millennial traveler that's traveler with two l's the UK way. Amanda welcome the show whilst thank you so much for having me I I guess in Amanda has come on to talk about southern India tonight. Hi Amanda what's your connection with tonight. Well I must say that I got introduced. I used to southern India specifically because they actually had studied abroad with friends that came from China and years thereafter. They were continuously inviting me to go India. So when I found myself in Southeast Asia I decided to take a detour and reconnect with old friends and get a local point of view about Saddam City of Chennai in. Why should someone tonight India? First of all it does break a lot of the stereotypes regarding India. It it is much more of a spacious city than you would find other cities like Delhi and Mumbai. So I would say it's much less chaotic of an atmosphere. Secondly it also also been ranked one of the most safest cities within India as well as Southeast Asia and also in regards to safer steady for woman so I think that should be appealing feeling initially because I know some people have a lot of hesitation about traveling to India in general good least solo travel especially for some people that's a real barrier. Yes indefinitely so I would say if you want to start traveling in India I definitely go to China as your starters because it has been ranked for its quality of living. I'm safety nece as mentioned well I should say this is not our first show on India and so people can go listen to those what we do actually have one on solo travel for women. I'm Andy if you go way way. Way Way. Back in the archives put a link to that in the show notes. And what kind of do you recommend. I think China is the city. It's not too overwhelming. So you can literally explore the city with about four days and I would say there could be actually left for travelling to the outer parts. I definitely want to get into now for the actual days in the city. First and foremost you need to go to Marina beach which is really a world famous beach because it is indeed the second largest urban beach in the world which is pretty amazing and has such character and charm. There you can find a lot of carnival style L. activities going on as well as it's really awesome being a coastal city that I is you got to witness the fishermen if you wake up earlier of getting their catch of the day and honestly if you can do that and you get to the mark sometime. You'll have some of the freshest seafood you have ever tasted on earth. What thing I should have said before we got into the it is? There's going to be some confusion for some people who are more my age than yours who may not have heard of tonigh- but may have heard of the city of Madrid us and this is the same city. Change the names in one thousand nine hundred eighty six icy so some people don't realize that we're talking about a place they have heard of but that the beam has changed since they had it in elementary school geography or wherever. Yes exactly yeah. The excellent point to make and so the money will generation ration- May know it as tonight but yes. It was formerly known as Mantras that is true so everything has changed. Of course airport name would have changed. The railway station had been Chennai central railway but now has a very complicated name as of this year so can't pronounce that one but that's worth visiting as well. The railway station is amazing. Amazing okay so this old colonial style railway station. I'm guessing then neo Gothic architecture. Quite amazing I believe is built by a European European architects. If I'm not mistaken as one of the most fantastic rarely structured life seen so. You're a fan of that style of architecture or railway stations. The people were passionate about that. It's great and it's the main connecting hub to other cities edge. The train station which I actually took to go to Banglore India which is in a different state China itself being in Tamil Nadu and in addition to that I would also highly recommend going to the Saint Thomas Cathedral Fedral also known as the Sand Tom Cathedral it has a lot of biblical history. Actually being that in fact Thomas one of Jesus's disciples both his last ministry in India China specifically so they built that Cathedral shrine dedicated to him so I thought that was also very amazing and a great historical account of one of these disciples. Let's go back up into this a little more details so when you talk about going to the beach we're going to the beach for usual. Usual beach activities. Are we swimming in. The water is clean enough safe enough to swim in our their water sports. Are we sunbathing. What are we doing when we go to the beach? Besides you mentioned some festivals or other things that are going other one appeal again especially for seafood. Lovers is to come early in the morning anywhere between three or six. Am Ems you can actually wash the fishermen at work. They don't go too far out and then they'll bring their catch. The back sell it out the stalls in the marketplace so it's quite bustling there in terms of the food stalls and that's where you can get some of the finest seafood in India and might be one of the greatest in the world. I personally tasted so. That's something exciting to see their the fishermen activity that takes place as well as the carnival activities. That are there SPO- boot fishermen pulling the Rotunda. The short oh come all borough fishermen and that's what makes it so amazing so these people are obviously doing it for a living and you can see the whole marketplace action. There offers everything from actually getting the catch the day I just selling it directly to the Marquis. Sol's to having your food freshly prepared right in front of you might early. Indication here is that we're GONNA talk about food more than once in this episode guests and quite a few restaurants as well as city is very centered on food and seafood. I of course in particular being nut. It's a coastal city of India. Okay well in food in southern India being different food in northern India. But I think we'll save that for just a a little bit so you took us to the railway station. You took us to the Cathedral. Anything specific we want to say in terms of the railway station were an instagram opportunity. Is there anything else we want to do. Were there well the side that I was thinking of course instagram opportunity. I guess I what structure isn't nowadays. But that's where if you want to find yourself taking a day trip and not having to drive directly out of state. That's a great link to the popular route between Bangor and Bangalore is a very popular steady. My friends friends constantly go on weekend trip from China by car or by train. So that's the thing definitely. Is this worth noting. If you WANNA go beyond Chan I definitely make use of that rally station. The next one and then we'll get back to Bangalore just a little bit in terms of your side trip and then again in terms of the cathedral anything else you WanNa say in terms of things. Should we do a tour the cathedral or just go. Is there anything specific sites. You WanNA point four probably be necessary. It's quite small. Typically if you arrive during the daytime I would say it's fairly empty but it takes you back to your up. I mean whoever has been to the European cathedrals it's definitely that a European style and stained glass asked windows transported on this. They didn't realize I was in India anymore. And then the lower level if you want to make sure you go and check out the strike and like I said of Thomas. The disciple which I thought was pretty incredible. Somebody read about in the Bible and now we're actually standing in the last place. He was next four. We completely clearly leave Marina beach because Saint Thomas Visuals. Not Too far from there musty as well actually the lighthouse and you'll get a spectacular view of the entire beat this aerial view. And what's great about this. Lighthouse is one of the few in the world that actually have an elevator. So you have a fear of heights. It's not not a problem. Furthermore if you WANNA see one of the most famous Hindu temples within the city make sure you go to I hope I don't butcher this name but the capillaries swatter Campbell. Now I have to say I did expect it to be more. Grandiose incised According to local friends and Torres is definitely the most most a frequent did tumble and most famous temple within the city of Nine however I just WanNa make note for tourists as we are indeed foreigners. You won't get to. You have entry into this Ryan side. Just make sure people know that when they go in you can enter the temple. Few move your shoes. And if you're dressed appropriately be won't be able to get astrid entry but if you're curious about that and you want to see where the local people go. This is the most wickets in temple and the outside of it is fairly intricate. An an interesting is probably the right word in terms of all the different figures on this temple. If I've got the right one that I'm thinking of Yes. It is fairly detailed so definitely you can and make a pitstop there. I think that isn't a mile of Hor. Neighborhood was also a great neighborhood to explore the temple in a great neighborhood to explore. What particularly Eh would you recommend that we look for or do or in that neighborhood so in this particular neighborhood there are some great food stall can go to you so again? Taste the local food. They're selling their which will definitely vary from what you'd get in northern India cities like Delhi for example. So that's really great for their in the morning you can check out the south Indian breakfast and have dosa which is this is very flat. Thin layered pancake would remind you of a crepe but but a different texture. So that's something really great to try for their as well as looking for any kind of souvenirs related to the Hindu temple related to you. The dress buying stories for example. It's a perfect place to go from Bulle. Shopping food is do so for breakfast. Eaten with anything else. This is like a pancake so is fresh off the griddle the food stall or do you have it with something. I don't know well even have it either way. Actually but typically I guess it can be served with Chutney. So in my case thing I was introduced in two by the southern Indians is the coconut Chutney. I don't know how common it is in the north but I quite around coconut with other types of herbs and spices attitude so that was really delicious and surprisingly filling breakfasts to have anything else. We should grab from a food stall while we're into definitely you want to check out the Beer Yanni which is classic Indian dish one of my other favorites. I've found was the mango curry. And now this might be unheard of to a lot of people. Because I'll about. How great will curry taste? But through a monster. Ah Skeptical about this dish but it turned out to be really delicious and not very sweet at all. But Savory when we should say Brioni funded all over the country not really a northern dish. Basically coming from the Muslims who came in and very similar to dishes that you would find in Afghanistan for instance her for Pakistan although spicier. It usually probably down here in southern India. Yes you got like. The seafood versions is really well known own for seafood so then that will kind of make it more southern in styles than like seafood phobe more dominant in this

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A journey into the Chicxulub Crater

Part Time Genius

03:31 min | 1 year ago

A journey into the Chicxulub Crater

"The town of trip to Mexico it's a crater about a hundred and twenty miles in diameter it's about a hundred ninety kilometers during the created this crater was about six miles that's ten kilometers wide hit the earth sixty five million years ago in spite of these comments measurements the crater is hard to see even if you're standing right on its rim to get a good map NASA researchers examined it from space ten years before the nineteen ninety discovery of the trip to the crater this is Louise Alvarez a geologist Walter Alvarez a father son team proposed a theory about the impact that we know today created it they noted increased concentrations of the elements radium in sixty five million year old clay medium is rare on earth but it's more common in some objects from space like meteors and asteroids the cover is a massive asteroid hit the earth blanketing the world in a medium showers particles wasn't the only effect of the collision the impact caused fires climate change and widespread extinctions at the same time dinosaurs which until then had managed to survive for a hundred and eighty million years died out Doug Robertson of the university of Colorado at boulder theorizes the impact heated atmosphere dramatically because in most big dinosaurs to die within hours this mass extinction definitely happened also evidence shows that about seventy percent of species living on earth at that time became extinct die off marks the border between the Cretaceous and tertiary periods of earth's history which are also known as the age of reptiles in the age of mammals respectively today scientists call the extinction B. K. T. event after the Germans spellings of Cretaceous and tertiary the KT event had an enormous impact on life on earth but what would happen Astrid had missed would have led to a world where people in dinosaurs would co exist or one in which neither could live in a world where an asteroid whizzed past earth instead of crashing down with the force of a hundred million tons of TNT life could have progressed much differently sixty five million years ago some of the animals and plants that are common today we're just getting started these include placental mammals which are mammals that develop inside a placenta in the womb and angiosperms which are flowering plants insects that rely on flowers such as bees were also relatively new many of these life forms Dr after the KT event and without that mass reptilian extinction to clear the way it may not sound ecological niches to fill in this scenario today's world might be full of reptiles and short on mammals including people but even Astrid hadn't had them source other cases life forms come to think anyway sometimes our species had started to dwindle long before the asteroid impact led many researchers to conclude that the asteroid was just one aspect of a complex story other global catastrophes like massive volcanic eruptions in what is now India most likely played a role also the changing landscape as the supercontinent Pangea broke up into today's continents probably had something to do with it too there's another argument that the check to lab asteroid hit the earth too early to have caused the extinction researchers Greta Keller and markets Harding both concluded the impact took place three hundred thousand years before the end of the Cretaceous period Keller theorizes particular impact was one of at least three massive collisions Harding argues that the regulator didn't come to the church let asteroid from another event such as a series of

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Top jockey Eurico Rosa da Silva to retire

In The Gate

06:17 min | 1 year ago

Top jockey Eurico Rosa da Silva to retire

"Very few successful athletes get to win their illustrious career here's by going out on top a handful come to mind John elway one super bowls in his last two years with the Denver Broncos Peyton manning went out with a super bowl win I'm for that same team Ray Bork left the NHL team with which he'll forever be associated the Boston Bruins to win a Stanley Cup with Colorado and then jet off into the sunset it could be the same kind of fairy tale ending to the career of one of the most successful jockeys North America Eurico Rosa Dasilva who was written primarily at Woodbine race course in Toronto for the past fifteen years the forty four year old rider will call it a career sometime in mid December he's one six sovereign awards for best writer the sovereigns are the eclipse awards of Canada he's been the leading writer at Woodbine five times and won back to back queen's plates the Kentucky Derby of Canada in September he took down for what will be the only time one of the tracks signature races and by so doing wing now has a chance to cap his career with the Breeders Cup win they come to the home stretch the Rica Woodbine Mile Lou collina's Kliot down the outside of mass up the rails all across the track and L. Tournament coming through God's stormies in front to Second L. Tormenta Luke Collina's they're raging bull starting to build a run late in the latest what stormy that Philip Dodd Manta up the inside strides astrid L. dollars Meta on the inside and L. A. has one Rico with by L. Tormenta was forty four to one that day and now he's being pointed to the Breeders Cup Mile he'll no doubt be a long shot Swell facing the likes of got stormy Higher Power Uni and possibly circus maximus but hey a win for L. Tormenta over that group would be a real story book ending the career of our next guest Jockey Eurico Rosa Silva who joins us for a few minutes here on in the gate you've been around logging enough to know that forty four to one shots don't come in every day especially in grade one races so what was going through your head as you powered down the lane to win the Woodbine Mile Tormenta when when I was on the race what's compete under moment I was not thinking winning or or lose us me and him we both doing the weekend through two hundred race right and was completed on their moment or so folks all we want it could wire I you had not much experience with that horse before the Woodbine Mile I think but he had been a turf sprinter last year at age three free so what do you think made trainer Gail Cox decide to stretch this gelding out a little yes I think falling these horse he used to go to the elite before and he was a sprinter and you know they start taking him back and he learned how to relax and then they stretch him out and I think that was the key for him you know to learn how to relax and today he is I can say that they did very good job because he's he's not a horse to ride you know he relaxed that easy for you as we talked about an are open you're retiring basically at the top of your game made now the right time the right time for me is that I'm young to start a new business and my kids I really really want to focus on my family you've said that you grew up without family and you don't want that to happen to your three young children including a nine month old daughter congratulations what do you mean that you grew up without family when Noah's keeping my mom was always working I completed grew up Foodie much without my father and that's almost could create a black hole inside yourself you know as much I want to win before the races and I used to have a Lotta anger and I know in fewest I work on myself and that came from being a kid that most of the time King or in the street you know trying to make a leave and when I started understanding more that and I see how important for the keeps to have their baroness supporting them when they're growing up you know and because they didn't have that and also I want to enjoy seen my son my daughter having that with me you know he's not been better for myself I can say that when I'm not tired and I can take my keep to the park and play with them is very subtly fight for me because I raised for the time here and take a lot of promo body and he's very high from to do that well two things first of all I hate to break this to you but eventually those kids are going to become teenagers I have one and it's not really going very well so yes enjoy it all now while you can the other thing is you said you're racing here and you know as a top okay you'd have less trouble than less successful jockeys would booking mounts if you follow the money during colder months let's say to Florida to Kentucky but you've not real he done that it seems I believe once turned down a Breeders Cup ride to raise woodbine instead that day so what is your thought process for how you have set your skin Joel in the wintertime people think oh he's home he's that but you know I really work in myself I have entertained that work inside myself to come through to the recall you showing up on the track you know and he's the kind of really Really set the myself down and work on the brain I I really I never stopped working on the tire year I'll take two weeks like I am free as I'm not going to do anything and just deal with the family other time I use the time that I have time to work with myself inside myself oh jockey Eurico Rosa Dasilva joining us here on in the

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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth split

Chicks in the Office

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth split

"Like miley and liam for some reason they're just a couple. Oh that anytime. I see some tabloid rumor about them. I just don't believe it like i just 'cause. I just feel like their private. Life is something that it we might not understand. God's trying to like hints. No no no. I actually was just trying to clear my throat. I need a civil water but i'm gonna wait. What am i doing no. No that was purely just me. I think that like they. I don't know they're just they had such a weird relationship relationship that i see all these rumors that seemed like the easy easy rumors spread the oh miley. Liam didn't like miley social life. Save and miley didn't like liam social. Life and miley really wanted the merit. Oh my god and your throne and miley really wanted to go to therapy towards the end of it. There's all these rumors. I'm like i don't buy any. I don't believe that by any of this but i guess look apparently they have been separated for a while now. It's not like this is a fresh thing. They've been broken up for a couple months yeah so i mean if i'm going to be honest here. I love miley cyrus yeah. I just think that you know she. She's a free spirit. She wants to do what she wants to do. It would be tough yeah. Yes and i just think that's not liam hemsworth way of living which is fine. Everybody can have their own way of living. There's just doesn't match up. It's not gonna work for them in their world i- awesome things that said you know there that miley is not going or either of them. I don't know i'm not going to file for divorce anytime soon because there are hopes that maybe they will end up back together someday so it's like yeah who knows you. You just never know because the two of them there's rumors about everything unlike its you get both ends of the spectrum. It's like they hate each other. They love each other. They're never getting back together. They're getting back together so i asked you just have to wait and see because that's how that's how it's always been with them. They break up. Everybody freaks out. They get back together. Is it's been a cycle happened a few times. This one just feels so crazy because because they got married yeah they did get married and we'll see we'll see what happens with them. <hes>

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Brody Jenner Spotted With Model Josie Canseco

Chicks in the Office

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Brody Jenner Spotted With Model Josie Canseco

"astrid" Discussed on curiouscastaway Podcast

curiouscastaway Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"astrid" Discussed on curiouscastaway Podcast

"Yeah. You could have all the secret goodies, then would have been all insensitive. Cauda the finder host and fierce mother of the gentleman types. So just thinking you view of gender funk as self Jennifer is a collective quickly. It's an old inclusive quickly, and we we create a series of events where people can come and express themselves in whether they wish like say space express themselves. And it's all inclusive into straight people people who ever, and then we also have another show on his burning where we drag queens compete kinda ripples rag idea, and you as kind of launching pad for nuclear ice, try it and kind of philosophy. Jennifer is we want to create safe spaces people to express sexually either gender creativity. We want to promote local Vietnamese artists dance, Astrid queens, but really any form of and pay them really well Frick so that they can continue to do more harm. And we want to give back to the local community that we working in. So we do a lot of charity gigs. Like donation fundraising things if. And then generally just promoting the positive image. And message of you, do you. But you do you as long as you is a good is. Yes. Yeah..

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"astrid" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"astrid" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Yes. Saying an I fly to Los Angeles with my wife to start legal proceedings for the adoption of my son. So I'm about to start a film Astrid for the guy who got me my first film pot. When no one else would see me because I was a musical theater, which is crazy. Right. So he's doing another film. And he's offered me a pot in that. So we fly to LA. And I just hey, Patrick me. Man. I don't know if you want me to say, anyway, it's funny. You ring because I this. We'd feeling I think that represent a Tom Cruise as well as he I he said the guy who got that pot and moving I don't know if it's gonna work out. And I think also he was in. That was it. It was not about cyclops ille-. They've said anyway, brought us I want to send you in do a test just say, so I go in our make someone Donald Isaacson. She chats with me going Thome Rothman who think the time has hit production. Maybe and we had a great chat. Then the next go and may Bill mechanic, and I realize I'm going through all these meetings. I kept thinking I'm going to walk in a room, and Rupert emotes just kept going on the Letta. Then finally, we're gonna we wanna fly you to make Brian who is in Toronto. Okay. About to start filming. Oh, well, in fact, the die fluent Toronto was he's I I have photography. And clearly this point then on shore of two guys going to be viable that'd be something about an injury. And something about then going on not releasing him and all that stuff. So I go, and I remember distinctly thinking Brian was looking at like, I don't know why I'm saying this guy like I've got a guy. So I felt like I was going because the studio. Uh-huh. Wanted to plan. Right. Right. And he was like really shooting. I don't wanna be thinking plan base. Right. I'm just gonna plan. I and he was totally fine. With me. One of the things are memo's was Kevin Feigen who's system to learn Chila Dona the time he and Tom to Santa drug me back to the airport and took me after dinner before if I didn't sign it. I remember thinking you guys you don't have to we we own. Right. Hey, I'm good. And I always the guy like we've maintained friendships Kevin. So and it was exactly what I thought. It was it was a planet. So I go back, and we did something on video camera. It was so low k that I Bailey, I remember Ryan's hang quiet. Quiet, quiet. Nothing. Speaking. Right, quiet. All right. Okay. All right. I'm gonna get back to the set. Did you see who was it that would have been onset that when you were there for your dishing somebody said when I go and set or and it was in like the production offices. So I never, but somebody saw you and said you're like, well, it's been nice seeing you again mckell. That's what it was. Because ain't that was shooting some of the opening stuff and AM McCallum was they are nominee massive fan literally in Oklahoma taken his dressing room being just before..

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