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"australia l. opera" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"australia l. opera" Discussed on The World at Large

"They don't really they're sick of cleaning up trash because look we need to make our revenue and if there's constantly trash on our bed is how are we supposed to do that? Right? So that that's what's going on. But anyways, we're going to move over California now and California has decided to pass a new executive order in which they want to get rid of the sale of gas. Powered cars by the year 2035 official statement released today from the governor's office Governor Gavin Newsom obviously is the governor said that we need a more clean energy. We need to stop polluting. The environment pollution is not good and true kind of, you know clarify this this is not just Banning gas powered cars in general. This is Banning the sales of them starting in twenty thirty five pounds. So you you can still have them you just can't sell anymore. And so he said again Newsome said this and I quote not everybody is going to join hands on this but one thing I know this is a trend line that will become a headline across the rest of the world. We are not just going to be the back of the bus. We are going to be leading. Once again, we're going to be driving its accelerated change so often do some a set of disorders necessary as transportation is responsible for over half of the carbon emissions inside of California. And this is this is debated if is a coach True, but I'm just trying to push this environmental agenda in by 2035. He's trying to enforce this and these carbon emissions have been a real issue among the voter base in California. So this is something that's likely going to be popular of getting rid of gas sale cars, but this is not stop the Trump Administration and the Republican party in general from could not a little bit of criticism on Governors. They said that you thought just stopped a private business or selling cars itself the job of government to intervene. How dare the government step is dirty. Boot inside of my business. Stop us from selling cars, which are my cars to sell new some you are infringing on my rights. And so they said that they also said it's not going to make much of a difference the driver stopping you're not banded gas cars. Anyways, you're just ban a Salesman by 23% What's that going to do? People are still going to be using gas cars and what they'll do is just refurbish them. If you really insist on just shutting shutting it down, you know, people just come to your house and build it for you if they need to like there's a game. Rolls around this Republican party saying is this really necessary. In fact, the Trump Administration is opened up a lawsuit against Governor Newsome to try to counter this but we'll see where that goes most federal law suits and State Governor suing president which happens a lot in President Trump's doing State Governors usually doesn't doesn't get anywhere a bunch of politicking. Yeah a lot of politicking. But anyways, this is a little bit less politics. In fact, this is a little bit of humorous story cuz we're going to move over to Australia and New Zealand humorous to my nationalistic New Zealand friends. Yes, it's quite expensive according to the flag person that will get you in a second. But anyways, yeah and the Australian state of South Wales, which is where the city of Sydney is located, you know, the famous Sydney the beautiful city in Australia the Opera House house Bridge. Yeah, it's all there in Sydney. They decided that they want to make a mistake and which this is regarding this mistake is regarding the flag of New Zealand. So what's wrong with the flag? Well, it's designed was a little dog..

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"australia l. opera" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

11:44 min | 10 months ago

"australia l. opera" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"This is exactly rain so when the word came down that audience venues were being shut down for the foreseeable future that was a real blower a big part of my job as an operatic soprano or at least that part of it that I actually get paid for is crowds both the audience and on stage with my colleagues but now a year that looked at least eventful is suddenly joust empty. Ironically wiped clean by this tiny organism contracts full through and that's obviously really stressful financially but also performing as big pot of how I define myself so it's not being mentally either. What has extra stress to this. Is that in any aunt? Foam that requires your body. It is by its very nature time bound. I will never sound exactly like I do right now ever again and usually that is fine because it just is what it is that's just aging but this is an unspecified period of time of not being able to do what. I've trained to twenty years now than not knowing when I get to do that. Again is a really big pot of how stressful that Spain. It's a really scary concept that when you tell time bounty you really can't afford to waste a year but putting all of that aside. Let's take a look basic essentials here in Australia L. Opera companies and concerts gently move to a festival schedule. That is to say we don't really have any set groups of autos soap operas. We don't hire to a regular SCHEMA. There's no operas guaranteed to see staged. We run off individual contracts and the flavor of the season. What is boils down to in practicality is a system where you have heaps a variety for the audience but no real stability for the artists who will hide specifically for each opera one year. You might be exactly the sound everyone wants and you get so much work that you barely go a month without learning any like something you and the next year they a completely different sound and you get nothing and it's not like you can change voice to fit with a one. It's your voice. It's is literally part of your body. Which side night is terrifying in the face of a virus especially a respiratory virus? Because we don't have a clear idea of what he g holds. We don't have a steady report on earnings. And that means we don't qualify for any income protection that government affords us through our welfare system. It really does feel like the government just straight up. Does Not Care about us at this point and while we as Ozzie. Artists are kind of used to that. It doesn't make hurt any less but there is a silver lining And that is ons community. A we are incredibly resilient and where usually pretty positive we pull together and what friendships. We have of really forged in the fire of adrenaline. I'm actually part of a group of artists that's dedicated to upskilling while we're out of work we figure we may as well use the time that we have Each day one of US teaches the rest of the skill that we found useful interesting from different crafts to kind of channel. Those creative needs to mental health strategies for dealing with this weird turmoil that we've been thrust into its really helps to take the edge off the stress that comes with keeping practice without knowing what do keeping in practice fool or if there's even anything to keep in practice full and keeping in touch with people who are in the same boat really does help reassure you that there is a shore somewhere that the end of all this. The final We just keep ourselves. We help our communities whenever we can And you know maybe we post some every now and then two shy people that we all still have the capacity fool and then we just told on. I'm a social worker in a large county in Ohio working in child welfare assessments or commonly known as child protective services. I am the one that goes out to investigate. Allegations of abuse and or neglect. I've been doing this job for about a year and a half. I'm originally from Mexico City and ironically enough. I lived through the H. N. One outbreak during my senior year of high school. Three weeks of vacation later life went on unlike our current situation. We are technically working from home now. Which means I do all my paperwork at home but I still have fieldwork. My days are unpredictable. We never know what kind of cases we're going to get ahead of time and we either respond to cases face to face within twenty four hours seventy two hours the same day or in emergencies in one hour as you can imagine. People are not typically happy to see me knock on their door and tell them they have a case open with our agency and that there is alleged maltreatment add to that already stressful situation of stranger showing up at their door asking to come into their home during a pandemic. A lot of these homes are in areas of subsidized housing. Where space is limited making social distancing extremely difficult. It's very rare. I am actually able to maintain six feet of distance between people. I have to get a full tour of the home especially when there are allegations of hazardous home conditions so interviewing people on the front porch isn't always an option in the worst case scenario where I have to remove a child from a home that child and whatever belongings. They have come in my car. Sometimes I respond to hospitals and I am interviewing people in hospital rooms where it's also hard to maintain six feet of distance especially if there are providers in the room as well. I'm supposed to ask every family before I go into their home if anyone has experienced a fever a cough or has been exposed to Kobe. Nineteen however even if they say yes. I cannot leave a child in a home until I have fully assessed the family and the home and determined that the child is safe. I've had families tell me that their friend or neighbor tested positive and I have to continue my assessment and just hope for the best. I wear mass have hand sanitizer and wash my hands as much as I can. But that's difficult when you're driving from house to house and don't have anywhere to stop the scariest part. Is that the number of reports of child. Abuse or neglect have significantly decreased. Children are not interacting with mandated reporters and disclosing. What is going on at home? A lot of these children do not have access to technology and cannot check in with their providers even over the phone or on the Internet for children that are in the custody of the county visitations with their parents is held over video conferencing available to both the parents and foster parents. This is less than ideal. But it's the best we can do while following stay at home. Orders and social distancing guidelines court dates have been postponed over and over again and the only hearings being held. Are Those where we have requested. Emergency custody of a child who is an imminent risk of harm? This means that the cases that are already open and trying to go through all court proceedings to either reunify with their child or terminate. Parental rights are at a standstill. These cases will remain open much longer than usual on a personal level. I've always had helpings. -IETY in generalized anxiety. Which are at peak level since this outbreak. I have to try to set it aside while I do my job but it has become increasingly difficult. We aren't hiring more people because they have not figured out how to train people from afar as shadowing is a huge part of training as you can imagine. This job has an extremely high turnover rate and we always need more people to make matters worse. My husband has severe asthma and I'm constantly afraid I'll bring the virus home to him. My coworkers and I have all accepted that we are likely going to come in contact with the virus in get sick. It's just a matter of when my name is Dr Morgan Lenzi. I'm a small animal veterinarian. Marion in Houston Texas. The clinic I currently work as a high volume general practice. Meaning we see anything firm routine. Wellness care to emergencies. In early February. We were pretty concerned about our ability to get personal protective equipment. Or P P. A general practitioners. We do quite a bit of surgery and we use gloves masks. Couns etcetera The veterinarians and some of the veterinary nurses at our job began to order cloth masks in anticipation of not being able to get disposable ones and then when Cova nineteen hit the US pretty hard veterinarians were called to donate as much of our disposable PP as we could to the human doctors on the front lines. Of course this was something we were happy and willing to do. But that meant we had to be very conscious about how we were using our PB. One other way veterinarians were asked to help was to donate are ventilators. So our clinic. is a general practice. We don't have a ventilator but a lot of the specialty care facilities in certain States Colorado New York. I think even Michigan Have donated their ventilators human hospitals for their use so we were called as a profession to try and delay elect to procedures if we were able to and that included vaccinating pets. But I think one of the biggest debates that I've seen in our profession is what we consider elective so many of the vaccines dogs and cats receive in my mind are considered a central dogs and cats are required to be vaccinated for rabies by law. And they're required to keep this vaccine up to date The other thought was you know dogs and Texas. Her highly recommended to get the leptospirosis vaccine every year as well. If we stopped vaccinating for this we see more cases of Leptospirosis and people. Veterinarians are definitely at the front lines. When it comes to keeping people safe from zoonotic diseases and I really can't imagine what would happen if we had another outbreak like rabies. Lepto on top of this current pandemic. The biggest change for US started in the middle of March. At that time we moved to curbside service. Only this meant that. The veterinarian says would collect history for the pet over the phone from the owner got to the parking lot retrieve the pet from the car and then once the pets inside. I do my physical exam and then call the owner with my treatment plan to address any questions they may have I. This was really nice. I mean most veterinarians are introverts and engaging in small talk with clients. All Day was exhausting. Being able to get on the phone and get to the point quickly was sort of. Nice however almost six weeks into this thing. I'm realizing that the small talk really helped me to break up some of the hard conversations I had to have throughout the day. Additionally it's hard to know if the owner is understanding what I'm diagnosing their pet or the treatment plan for their pet over the phone. I rely so much on body language to understand my clients and I'm sorely missing that right now. One of the most difficult parts of all this has been euthanasia's when an owner brings in their pet for euthanasia. I can't hug them or comfort them. In the ways that I usually would We stand six feet away from the owner saying goodbye to their pet and deliver the drugs through a very long extension set which makes this process much more clinical than it used to be the thing I worry about. The most is the human doctors on our frontlines. That have been hit the hardest as a veterinarian. I'm accustomed to making just tough decisions that could potentially lead to a pet stuff It's hard enough to lose a patient when you've done everything in your power to save them. Though in your resources are low..

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"australia l. opera" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"australia l. opera" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Tuesday night and you may hear them on tomorrow's show we'll also take them in DMZ and we'll send a tweet reminder here so get those Submission there if you want to hear some stories. That'd be funny. Yeah D- Emma. What are we talking about a little bit of a heart? Ohio Wednesday is that is that is that a thing yet. I think I guess is that the buzzing the hives the buzzing Tennyson Stories High Hardaway lives. pants just exploded we're we're working. We're working on that for your hundred trying. What's on the show today? Well yeah all right. It's a top stories I'm going to do one about hot seat. The planet earth fires are raging on both sides of the Pacific. So we'll talk a little bit about that. Not a fun story. I'm sure it's just temporary. That's like mean gene planet instead of Green Planet. Yes Mean Planet was it like Blue Planet except sad instead of sad planet. Yeah right I I. Mark Pat and West Take News buff have other headlines All right. Let's talk about these wildfires. So like I said in the intro. They are raging on both sides of the Pacific right now with millions of acres of wildfires raging in Australia and the continuance of fire season in California in Australia. That's really what we're GONNA spend most of the time talking about because we haven't talked about that yet strategy gotten what's up. It's I think it's pronounced Australia. Yeah that's right. Yeah just a small correction Yup. Yep Australia the fires have gotten so bad that the state of emergency has been declared for the entire state of New South Wales. which is the most populous state in in the country country with eight million inhabitants that includes Sydney Australia their largest city Of heard of it you may have heard of Sydney Australia. The Opera House in fact three particular areas in New South Wales including the Greater Sydney area which is shocking are expected to be hit the worst with citizens being encouraged to evacuate accuweather. If they can because fires can pop up anywhere at any time Just like California. It's hot dry and windy and looking like it's GonNa stay that way for at least the next week when the state of emergency is tentatively scheduled to expire. So here's the situation. Here's the thing jump in and say something before I'm GonNa put my foot in my mouth. Basically okay I'm I'm in I'm just GONNA assume That a few people have died so obviously we we hear it. Hard factor not very concerned with the fires but if it killed a bunch of those giant spiders. I'm here for your in all right. Listen you have that one. I want those spiders debt here. They hits when I when I when they get burn funnel Web spiders. I'm sure that that many spiders have died but at least three people yes have died will so How bad are the fires? There's in the State of New South Wales extremely fucking bad over two million acres of land burn so far with over one hundred active fires going on at any time Smoke is choking people out pretty much everywhere including Sydney some crazy video of sigh of smoke settling over Sydney and then like I said at least three dead Citizens so far dozens more injured just pretty much worst worse situation imaginable just wildfires wherever you look and they expect fires in Western Australia to also also bad this year so Perth in that area out there on the other side of the country so this is the worst fire season in Australia since two thousand nine when they had something called called Black Saturday or something. Where like over one hundred and fifty people died so Jesus Christ that sucks Zora even in the populated areas? You're just you're kind of screwed. They got the whole news layer over there in a spa not real. It's not just localize them because we will definitely go back to California -fornia now or the Australian state of emergencies were declared just one day after a brush. Fire broke out in Hollywood hills. Just outside Warner Brothers studio in Los Else Angeles. so that's Kinda crazy. They're just popping up in the city of L. A. D. R. Right around it in America too so Sydney in Los Angeles both just not safe and the and the bay area to Northern California with all these fires raging all over the globe humans in general. Have some work to do Right now it's just California in Australia. But you know we're talking about this. Now it gets hotter and drier. Your town could be next so you never know what could happen with with the earth heating up there's a little threatening threatening. PSA from Hartford fire will next. I think four brothers. Don't go beyond this one of the major studios a couple years ago. Had A massive fire that burned down like their vaults and they didn't say anything about it like they lost like a bunch of musicians masters astor's at a bunch of like original prints of movies and they were like someone who's GonNa Happen. Nothing Aso's Mandarin like rebooted some shitty franchise. Oh it's terrible but they lost all this stuff. I think I think Warner Bernstein like once every couple of years. It's bad well. It is California so I mean they have been going on for a long time but they do seem to be getting worse right taking it to the Internet Ryan J Jones sees a detective on facebook. He said why. Don't you all actually do some journalism and find out what slash who is starting fighting. The fires seems like a cause. Never found good point Ryan straight points up sometimes right and then Rachel Vazquez Velazquez she. He Says Ryan J Jones. Maybe you should pay attention more. It's usually the power companies that have caused most of the fires or Mother Nature. The fire was started by a troop hitting a power line Ryan. Hi Jay Jones replies to that and he says can you point me to. NBC articles says all the fires are caused by utility companies will want ads Ryan. It gets his news. I don't think I don't think Ryan actually wanted to be pointed to the articles here. I think he was just. I think that was a bit of a troll from Ryan. Hey Ryan wasn't Ryan Zeus. He doesn't believe that. NBC's on the Denise Taylor is still trying to help Bryan J Jones out. She doesn't get it yet. Patchy says read Jones. Getty fire was started by a Eucalyptus branch hitting power lines. And so using your right. He was trolling these people. But while Ryan Jones seems confused. He's right to be. There's fires fire's just burning houses down all over the entire fucking planet and people need to get to the bottom of this because it doesn't look like it's going anywhere anytime soon. It's going to be in California Australia. It's going to spread. You know what the sounds like to me. What's at wills a little bit scared? Vada scared Nevada Nevada on come on come on smoked out. We do get smoked out from bad fires in California. What what awesome strategy we get? We get fires guys are next so I don't I don't think it would be like I'm not going to be upgrading by a lateral move as a whole ooh. That's convenient lateral floods here too. I WANNA up. I want to up the ante. On what Ryan J Jones said okay. Because he's saying why. Why don't you actually do some journalism and find out what's causing these Ryan J Jones? The real question is why don't you journalists do something to stop the fires instead of just writing about him. You know what I mean. Why don't you go volunteer as a volunteer firefighter a lot? Is it Ryan J Jones. I'm saying yeah why don't the journalists are just sitting there right and when they could be putting out fires think about it we all could be starting fires. No No. Don't do that all right. Let's move on guys new baby. The juicy it's been a while since we last checked in on Hong Kong and guess what it's still really really out of control over there. No Shit Yeah. They fixed it because they got rid of the clause to extradite completely. They took off the table. That didn't matter. It's now turned in from from that. To more of a government revolution. They hate the government. They hey now realize they're fucked. Yeah Yeah they think Chinese soon nonstop riding for the next several years. Yes exactly so over the course of the weekend. There's protestors continued to clash with police. Say Twenty one year old man was shot in the torso at point-blank range in broad daylight and you can see the video online. It's pretty crazy There was a fucking traffic cop who shot him And I mean just like literally five feet away from him video. Yeah it's crazy. I'm sick of these fucking videos. Yeah of the deaths and stuff has a real bullet rose open Komo News. He didn't he was in critical condition. Up until Yesterday's now expected to live but he was on shaky ground for a while. Also a twenty two year old student died after he fell from the third level of parking garage to the second Sparking backlash from protesters claiming the police presence delayed paramedics response time to the student which is why he died today. You know there's there's a backlash about that and in another incident. Protesters were on the other side of being pieces of Shit When they confronted a man who was yelling? You're all not Chinese unease The man was not so lucky And as the as he was killing us at the at the Anti D'Amato the pro democracy yet Hong Kongers he was doused in flammable liquid and set on fire in Bali. Light hold on hold on. Oh they're getting worked up. He was yelling. You're not Chinese. You're not all Chinese. Don't they. Not I want to be Chinese. Isn't that the the deal. They don't WanNa get absorbed by China. Isn't that is always saying in a positive way like you. All are not China. I don't think he was saying it. Don't get lit on fire. If you're trying to say you guys are awesome. I've never been to Asia. I think some of them didn't have a right to write demonstrating because they wouldn't have gotten and he's saying you're off you know I'm Chinese. You're not you're fucked. You just a bunch of punks out here protesting because you want to be pieces of Shit Yeah so so He was it was set on fire And he's he's he's in critical conditions so that was a strike against the protestors of those who were on their side to begin with. They're not all great people over there. Just trying to change the world for the veteran a war Azzoni basically. It sounds like. It's it's cops protesters. It's it's cat-and-mouse all day long. Nothing can get there fucking with the transit system. They're fucking with normal business the way of life of people people. It's bad just rolling with flammable liquid. Yes a lot of their setting fires everywhere. Not Protons cocktails. Yeah Louis you climbed talk about them a lot. I made a sign for the women's March fires. Fires protesters like number one Goto. That's the first thing you bring the pants rocks and assign all right. So Carrie. Lam Hong Kong executive So the government would not yield to the protesters and that the unrest I was bringing Hong Kong to the brink of no return. She also said quote if there's any wishful thinking that by escalating violence That the Hong Kong government will yield to pressure to satisfy protesters the so-called demands. I'm making this clear that will not happen. So she's saying you guys are just fighting a losing battle here in you. More of your continue to die. I agree there. I'm still so obviously on the side of the Hong Kong over China. I think that most people are but they're fighting a losing battle. America's not going to help them. Just give up yes ABSO fucking contract the end at a certain point because of the contract. This is the thing that they agreed to decades ago. Like NATO's not gonNA and help them America's not going to help them. This is something that they've agreed to. So unless China China plays ball takes away these extradition things. Yes toes the line until the twenty twenty one twenty two thousand four whatever it is then. There's nothing anyone can do. So Hong Kong is fighting a losing battle. So you're saying just move right Mu Yeah or just more deal with enjoy your days. They enjoy the days remove..

"australia l. opera" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"australia l. opera" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Now we this would be people set last chance to go see for walk as you're getting ready to leave the country i'm gonna go uh uh over an ira going on her a presidential uh early campaign i wish when the great uh not going to australia and japan with adam devine to do stand up so doing all the leaders in australia's sydney opera house um whatever the theatre's arm perth melbourne uh and then ari bases in japan yeah never been had he had a child life hi france helms awesome size as yet what dumb people have told me eat the food in in japan and and don't don't do see kangaroos in australia i've four don't see kangaroos and because of how the pension gaba unexpectedly violent they are and i'm like well maybe that's why whites are is necessary that's what i want my story to be right now he thought he could take down a roof wyden think that i dunno but he day that any wiggle tell a your sorry because you're dead i mean that's what i would i always think about that you like what workers that you've seen that video of the guy fighting the kangaroo writer ahead as doggone hot and i was like what would i hey do same thing like the guy who got his face eaten by the guy on bath salts brian forest site what would you do like would you would you fight a moslem beg stabbing me or would you just lay there and take it and be like this is how people talk about me in a heroic manner like no one ever not those who were to able face heated when no face regarding i her as braved the elements i back yeah i guess it way to go off so vie malloy's amid a to will face not heavier had agreed trip bag not background on hold on hold on before we go we have sixty seconds with adam ready to test the idea sixty seconds speed round just whatever country among our only if it ends with that sound effective i ninety two year old won't it might well we like it hey school fun what's the last thing you watched on tv chat junior would you rather hang out with him rob or getting chuck schumer chuck always use the bus driver in adam devine tour why didn't the seahawks just give it to marchand move on jesus talking about my parents divorced next what's your spirit animal uh morgan freeman what's.

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