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Austria-Hungary annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina - October 6, 1908
"Steady Mellencamp here from the real housewives of Beverly Hills. I'd like to invite you to go down many many rabbit holes with me on lots of different different topics. You know you've seen your best friend's. boyfriends brothers sisters dog before been on his page. You liked it and then realized why am I following this dog yeah metoo. Some people get help. Some people just talk about it. That's what we're doing here so listen to Teddy pod on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts this day in history class is a production of iheartradio alot again. It's EAVES and you're listening to this day in history history class. A podcast at truly believes no day is boring. Today is October six twenty nineteen. Uh Today was October nineteen o eight Austria Hungary informed the Ottoman Empire of his annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina this announcement set off what's known as the Bosnian crisis a period of conflict between Austria Hungary and the Ottoman Empire under the eighteen seventy eight treaty of Berlin Austria Hungary gained the right to occupy and administer the Ottoman Empire's provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Sandjak of Novi Pazar but Austria Hungary always had its sights set on permanent possession of the provinces Bosnia and Herzegovina were widely sought after but Austria Hungary a lot of work into developing infrastructure mines factories agriculture and schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the same time ethnic and the end religious conflict grew within Bosnia and Herzegovina and groups in the two provinces displayed nationalist ambitions the young Turk Revolution broke out in the Ottoman Empire in Nineteen eight and restored the Ottoman Constitution Appear Seventy six and revived the Ottoman Parliament Vienna. I was afraid that the new authorities in the government of the Ottoman Empire would try to restore Ottoman political power in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a WPRO Russia Serbia for control over the Sandjak of Novi Pazar and Bosnia and Herzegovina Russia itself was stabilized after defeat in the Russo Japanese war foreign minister of Austria Hungary alloys graph flex up on Arendal saw an opportunity for Austria Hungary to assert his dominance in the Balkans Austria Hungary's ambassador to Russia Leopold Graf Ferstl set up a meeting between Aaron Paul and the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Petrovich. It is both skis in September nineteen eight at Bouchon Arabia. What actually happened at the meeting is up for debate as no minutes of a meeting where release it is both ski. It says that Russia would not object to the annexation and an exchange Austria Hungary would not object to open the Bosphorus and Dardanelles Straits two Russian warships is Boesky insisted on an international conference before the annexation took place but on October six the day after Bulgaria declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire Emperor Franz Joseph. I of Austria announced that it was annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina the withdrawal of the austro-hungarian Armie from a Sandjak of Novi Pazar was also announced but is Boesky was not expecting the annexation to happen so soon he said that Aaron Thaw Paul did not tell him the date of annexation and that he did not know Austria Hungary planned on executing it before the matter was settled with other political power opposition to the annexation erupted in Europe Russia and the Balkans France Britain and Italy protested the annexation Pan Slavic nationalists nationalist throughout Europe. Were unhappy with announcement. Serbia insisted that Austria Hungary seed part of the Jack of Novi Pazar to them and Dan is Volsky supported them but Austria Hungary backed by Germany threatened to invade Serbia at the end of the Bosnian crisis ACIS Austria Hungary seemed to have come out on top after a boycott of austro-hungarian goods caused commercial losses Austria Hungary ended up paying an indemnity to the Ottomans and alienating many from Australian policy but the Ottoman Empire recognized the annexation which Russia and Serbia accepted opted in March of nineteen o nine the next month the treaty Berlin was amended to accept the annexation the nation's managed to avoid the war but tense relations between Austria Hungary Russia and Serbia after the latter two faced such mutilation remained and contributed due to the outbreak of World War One and nineteen fourteen. I'm jeff coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. 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Media Monday: When it is messy, it is messy!!!
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Podcast Overview of Unit 5 From the First World Wars Beginning to the Second World Wars End
"In this introductory podcast to unit five we look at the overview of the period from nineteen fourteen to nineteen forty-five when you have two World Wars separated by twenty year period called the intro Germany decided to support Austria Hungary in the suppression of national desires in the Balkan regions for a variety of reasons that you can read about in your textbook this brought Germany and Austria into conflict with Russia which was one of the triggers powerful enough to keep the lid on these nationalist movements Austria Hungary was an ally of Germany and Germany was powerful of South Eastern Europe.
Episode 13: Sipping through Austria
"Is it like really hot? Or is it warm? It's it's like a bath. But it's sort of you know, loopy. Yes. That is a word. It's not unpleasant know at the end of the day. It's a hot tub. There's plenty of heavy news out there this week, the usual American slurry of voter suppression mass shootings and rampant wildfires, but let's pivot away from that for a minute go back to a hotel room in central Moscow where I shared many bar white wine with one of my most trusted editorial constantly Aries roads and kingdoms editor Alexa, van sickle. We talked about her homeland of Austria about whiskey made on glaciers, doctored sweet wines and gloomy. Beer, baths into Roleo. I'm Nathan Thornburgh. And you're listening to the trip drinking with exceptional people around the world. We're on the fourth floor of a very very design focused hotel in Moscow right now, we're about one hundred feet away from the victory day celebrations. And we're in Russia because we are doing some fact-finding for our new city guides which will be sent Petersburg and Moscow literally like a million people on sky, which is right on the corner where we are. And you really can't hear much a lot of hammer and sickles out there a lot of cool Putin t shirts, it's all the little unnerving. So I'm happy to be kind of hold up here talking about Austria, do you live in Austria? And you wrote this amazing piece that was something of a farewell to the country. We talked last year about having a series of road trips, and since I was in Austria sort of temporarily, and I was about to leave again after getting to know it as an adult probably for the first time I left when I was seventeen. So really what what fell to me was. Try to figure out a theme of what can you write about Australia? That's not super newsy and not super about chocolate cake classical music, actually, my first idea was to try to trace the borders because Australia's is one of those funny countries where wherever you are in country. It's sort of absorbed with the flavor of the country. It's next to. So there's bits that seem like Italy in bits seemed like Germany. And slovenia. And so I realized also that most of the country's borders are actually three thousand meters up in the Alps that wouldn't have worked for a huge portion you have an unusual Austrian story. You're not yourself Austrian know, essentially, my immediate family are from Austria in the sense that we were all born there. My parents met there in the nineteen sixties, and it's kind of random they weren't really supposed to be there either. My mother was a South African student in biology genetics who had been to Germany, and then sent to I think she got a job in Australia working at the medical school and doing research. And so she was hanging out there. You know, checking out Europe be seemed to be descended from people who escaped to the new world. And then decided they really like the old world and came back. So my father's people, for example were longtime on Tehran's fr. From Canada originally from the Netherlands, and then they sort of came back the generation before him and hung out in Romania for decades. One from Toronto to Romania. Yeah. From southern Ontario, so near Sarnia. Our love your old world people go to the new world make life themselves. Actually, you know what? Fuck this. Yeah. Let's go. Let's go elsewhere. I think what's what's funny with the van sickle clan. These Canadians who you're looking at Romania in eastern Europe. Like, yeah, this is where it's at. And then both times getting expelled by a continental war. Ungrateful. Occupiers terrible timing. So you were born in Austria. Yes. And spoke English at home, spoke English at home. My parents were very adamant that we all become hugely fluent in German. So we all went to St. Austrian kindergartens. So I mean, there was a time in my life that I probably spoke better German than English. So what does it mean, then to be I think you put it in your piece, Austrian? Ish you feel like an outsider are you relieved from the burdens of giving too much shit about Austrian politics and not just fully not Austrian, but not really fully British either. Because although that was our nationality. We didn't grow up there. I like to think that I have not really felt Austrian ever because we were always just, you know, this English speaking family, we're a nation unto ourselves, but it's not unusual to be from somewhere else in the summer for a while. But we are unusual in that we were in it for the long haul. We're not posted there. We were not somewhere in between. And I think that having a foot in several national lead nowadays gives me it gives me the right to be offended on multiple levels. Or also to not care. I've never understood the idea of having a 'nationality or nationalism. And but I've always felt that home being in between. And I think that's why maybe I am drawn to places like Canada or the US where everyone's a little bit. From somewhere else. In this the cycle begins. Yeah. Exactly events ical returns to the new world only to have future generations look around and be like, let's go back to Europe, man. Our generation grew up. The first thing we learned was, you know, about the war and also the school. We went to school with a lot of international kids from everywhere, you know, not just from the rest of Europe, but from Nigeria Pakistan, you couldn't have a better background for really drilling into that. Nationalities are arbitrary and not useful. At least for forming. Your opinions about someone when you're six years old again. It's like I just have to point out the extreme irony of this very correct opinion in my in my view that you have being expressed full one hundred meters from about five hundred thousand Russian flags Soviet flags. Cool Putin t shirts it is alarming. Not just because of the Austria connection. But. We are taught from young age to be very suspicious of ostentatious flag-waving, which is obviously something that happens in a lot of places, but it's felt strange to be on his, you know, in terms of how I feel being Australian ish. I think it's given me a real insight into being European growing up on the continent. And having these neighboring countries that are different, but you still kind of understand how they work, and when you go to the UK, which is from a from the US perspective in Europe. But really isn't. It's completely different in the mindset. And you know, obviously, we're seeing this with Brexit and all that that kind of stuff. So I would say that being Austrian Ishmaelites me feel European but not necessarily Austrian. So I was fascinated by this idea because I think I often have that feeling slightly different women you're thinking about leaving Austria for an extended period of time and you've been back there. Now, how many years I'd say it's off and on about two years road trip is like kind of that way to run your mind over the features of a country. And that's basically what you wanted to do in Austria sort of like, let me remember this place. Probably learn a little bit. About it before I had out. I think you had a very sensible approach, which is let's do this road trip as a series of different kinds of alcoholic beverages. Right. I very lucky that I managed to find something on the set of whiskey front beer fears everywhere near you weren't going to be able to do the Austria Moscow crawl no credibility. What they do. Have is a does a substance cold most, which is essentially the fermented wine grape juice before it's wine, but beyond grape juice, it tastes like grape soda, but it's actually pretty alcohol IQ, and it's very dangerous because people underestimate how much they're having. But there is such a thing as the most corridor for pears apples. But it was the wrong season. Okay. I couldn't do that. I did want to write about wine because that's the geography that I know. I mean, that's where I grew up. I grew up in a part of China that produces one, you know, my my life was very much. Dictated by that. That's what people did certain times of year. The first restaurant. I ever went to probably was one of those wine taverns, it's been there for centuries, and we had very good family friends who are actually from wine producing section as well about an hour west. And so we used to go pick wine with them, and they were from a very small town where they were not actually fulltime winemakers anymore. But this town of two thousand people almost every family had vineyards left or the really old wine cellar because it's not a place where it's just in the fabric of their lives. And so that to me was Austria. All right. Well, let's start with wine then so you were in the neighborhood. And this is something that's actually that. You've taught me that's quite special at the end. It's the only capital city in Europe that has like winemaking within its limits. The official line is that it's the only one with significant amount of wine produced in its city limits, and that seven hundred hectares, I think you are you would find some places in Germany and Switzerland do but it's. On to the same scale. I don't wanna drink Berlin Wall. So they have two parts of the northwest and northeast, which are actually the very very end of the elps if you look at a map of relief map of Alps, the very very last set of hill just stretches into the Anna. And that's where the wine is it grows on these hills of China. And we'll I I wanted to talk about wine at some point. But I'm just lucky that there was some beer stuff going on and some whiskey stuff going on to Austria had. It's got a unique moment, I guess it's wine history because it had some some crises in the past. Right. What was that about in? Like how does that affect what what's happening with Austrian wine? These days in the early eighties. The fashion for wine was to have very very sweet table wines, who's fashion, Germany and Austria think MO the biggest consumers of Austrian wine where the Germans back then consumers of Austria, also. History. And so I think what ended up happening is they had a few bad harvests where they couldn't make the wine sweet enough in some chemist in a very enterprising dude in Vienna had figured out that glycol, which is an ingredient in antifreeze could make the wind sweeter. Now. I don't think he he meant to do, you know wholesale poison entire industry. I think he I don't think he was aware of the health issues. But yes, so it was him and a few other people in became this, huge network of wine doctors, essentially who had been doctoring wind for years, and then actually reached pretty high up into local government and stuff. So the town that I mentioned earlier my friends are from there Folsom Burgum. Their mayor was one of the ringleaders. I'm not a chemist. I don't know what glycol sounds like another kind of sugar, but it's it's a bad sugar. It's the bachelor it's something that you don't want in your wine. Yeah. I love it. This is the fucking. Problems like they could not make their wine sweet enough, which to me is like not a problem at all not at all. Like how 'bout you make that white last week, please? That was the market was for sweet wine. They started adding glycol to it. And they basically had this like huge conspiracy among politicians in winemakers to cover it up. Yeah. And then it came out and German. Scientists had started testing the wine, and it all came up quite quickly in July eighty five I think it was so in one week, basically, the Austrian wine industry was destroyed. They had to destroy, you know, millions of bottles. Yeah. The streets ran rid Germany had been consuming this one. So it was mostly Germany that shut down the the market, but they were pissed they were not happy about it. Because a lot of the a lot of German wins had been doctored to Australians wine for export yet, Germany. Yeah. I mean, listen not at well. In the war. They've done worse. But this does not excuse poisoning. Their wine isn't that on a mass scale in nineteen eighties. So I mean the way that I was told by someone I interviewed in the peace. So Elvin your chick who makes wine. Now, he said about maybe half, the people in that area had been involved in the wind scandal somehow had been doctoring their wines. And everyone else did not and did not make a lot of money. So they were really struggling. But because the guy, you know, this mayor had been one of the ringleaders it was very hard to express your dissatisfaction. Losing market share to dudes who were adding chemicals that are whining. Exactly. I mean the way he put it was the, you know, once the scandal broke that really saved Australia's wine because not only did it sort of level the playing field for everyone who's not to mix metaphors, but the people who are not cheating. But also they had to stop focusing on sweet wines, and they had to sort of start from scratch and start to make really really good natural wines with no funny business, and they had all this time to do that. So now, you know, the really strong winds coming out of Austria are dryer reds and dry whites. I mean to me that's a story with a very happy ending. Yeah. I'll say it again, fuck sweet wine and not a fan either. So that was the wine part of the trip. You did a bit of a road map for how do we experience Austrian wine? Sure, the route that I took around Australia, which was divided into three trips of a few days each I did sort of go from west to east starting from his far away from Vienna. As you can get and then coming back, and there is this. There's a really great place to go for wine. I mean, there's a it's called a how it's basically a few miles along the Danube and is just got town. After town of hugely historical vineyards and wines, and people can quite easily drive that in a day and drink some wine, and or, you know, get a boat on the Danube. These are seriously old vineyards, they're famous for being incredibly steep, and really uneven sort of really kind of medieval looking, and there's castles a live at the place as well. Wine stuff. This came from the Romans, right? Yes. So I believe that the Celts had been doing something with wine before that. But the Romans really can have made it into cultivated products. They imported the ones middle the Danube valley has been a wine producing area for very long time. So all right. Get yourself to Vienna to the Vauxhall designated boat. Captain, then go from winery row winery. Among all the castles done. I'm ready for it. You had to other spirits that were sort of your guide posts for this. Kind of trip around Austria, you had beer and you had whiskey. Why whiskey and where did you find it and is an Austrian good question? So I've been speaking about this trip with a few people former Austrian dwellers who'd maybe laughter come back and someone did bring up whiskey, and I remember seeing a bottle of whiskey in the airport. A couple of times in thinking. Wow, that's probably pretty nasty. I just did some digging into turns out there is a very very, you know, sort of small that blossoming whiskey seen the whiskey is happening in the forest quarter in the eastern part of the country. That's an actual name. Yes. The Austria has these of regions of agricultural goodness. This like a wine quarter and a forest quarter. Within those sections this parts famous for making grape juice in this parts famous for making wine. So the vote fatalist they call it is where all the whisky action is happening. But it seems to be that most of these places are. People who already have a brewery or schnapps distillery so schnapps as the, you know, the really strong fruit brandy that you get from Austria to Romania beyond whiskies just really big right now globally. So they've decided to diversify and quite a lot of them. It seems just went to Scotland one time in hung out. I really liked it. And then like, I could do that human reaction. Yeah. That was a small thing. And now there's like an Australian whiskey association, and they have competitions. But I think that the sort of narrative is that there's this one person called Joseph Hyder, I think his his company's j h who is the really good whisky producer who started years ago, and everyone else is sort of playing catch up in the forest quarter. He is in the fourth quarter. Probably if you're gonna see it any in any stores, it'll be his whiskey most likely there was also a little bit of a strange novelty, whiskey called Brexit, like the whole idea is like, well, here's some whiskey that's not from the UK. So it's Brexit with. Key. And it's like, well, let's not really vibe, you get basically they're saying, no, we're breaking up with Britain and the whiskeys breaking up Scotland, we're like, oh, okay. I think this this bottle was a fundamental misunderstanding of what what Brexit means. As a hashtag as a concept within Europe engine the U K fair enough. Did you go for your whiskey experience? So it was sort of a happy accident that this part around Salzburg, which is sort of like, the west center part of the country. I just happened to find out that this glass here called the Dutch dine happen to be stealing whiskey. Okay. And so they the glacier like the mountain. It's health obviously, isn't distilling the whiskey or the people who operating the ski resort which is what it is orange making the whiskey, but I I tracked down the whiskey producers got it, which we're about an hour away, which is a really really small farm halfway up a mountain, and they are taking water from the glacier their entire farm up. Operates on water that's to siphon directly from the mountain. But they are also I mean, there's a thing in Austria. That's very common word which album, which is essentially a farm that sort of in the mountains and often it's a sort of self sufficient, you know, farm-to-table operation and also has hotel beds. So often they'll have animals, but it's a huge huge destination for tourists say they come in have some of that alpine goodness. And they'll go to the album, and you have beer often. You'll find people who have a working farm are also in the tourist business. Right. So they're forming in the summer, and then basically opening some ski since key runs in the in the winter. And that's how it started out. And so this is a family of four that just have been making schnapps for years. So they've been doing it not for very long eight years for some reason they decided, hey, let's see what happens if we put single malt in Iglesia for five years. In the glacier. Yes. So they've got some barrels distilling inside the glacier underneath the ice. Okay. And we're in year two of a five year experiment that seems a little gimmicky I found so a little bit but working with like glacial waters. Interesting. Yeah. Every water company on earth says they are coming straight from glacier, but in this age of global warming. Maybe we have some like really old interesting water that's coming to us because it's been frozen for since the ice age. And now, it's a it's coming back were they excited about ancient waters. Thank for sure. I mean, this is the thing about, you know, the birthright of people who live in Australia mountains, I mean, they they expect nothing less than ancient glacial motor got it. They've been doing brandy for years. They have all kinds of Hazel nut and Plum, and all that kind of, you know, all those usual flavors, but they are now doing whiskey, and I think they actually make more money with whiskey now than they do. The sort of family business that is globalize tastes always say in fairness like I've I've lived in schnapps countries, I could be schnapps fan. If if I was so inclined. I'm not I mean, they can be incredibly great for just kidding fucked up. I mean, I'm sure there's some like really refined schnapps, but that's mostly what I remember is like gas station schnapps like these kind of burning fruit memories that will never leave. You. You know, I'd never really drank schnaps growing up because it's not really what you go for as a teenager. But it's such a part of the amounts. You know, it's like after every meal, so I like him a little bit. But I'm not very hardcore with schnapps. So, you know, all occasionally have a. The apricot one or hazelnut that one and then I was in Prague a couple of weeks ago, and I bought a tiny bowed loosely Bubis. Yes. And it burns my face. This family that's up in the mountains making whisky, you know, like little scrappy whiskey makers. So how was the whiskey it was kind of schnaps like? Burying lead there, and it was mostly I it's very young. Yeah. It's a little bit. It's definitely tastes like whiskey. It reminded me a little bit of Sri Lankan Iraq. When you're like. Okay. Well, there's some whiskey to this. But there's also a sweetness to it. So it's sort of a a whiskey dressed as a bourbon perhaps or from? That's awesome. This sort of heroic story of their transformation from schnapps makers to to whiskey people is is not yet Britain Puno, their new members of the Australian whiskey association. But really, this is really a strategic thing in the know there are a small operation, but they you know, they they're buttoned butters tourists that come through the summer. So I think they are looking at what's going on in the world of whiskey, and who comes to Austrian, y and you know, if you can sort of corner that market then you know, you probably in a pretty good position. They weren't just tasting. Whiskey in Scotland in thinking oh rate. Nice. They were probably also looking at the infrastructure, the whiskey trail the cheer amount of people who go on whiskey poem commissions. And all right. Let's let's let's start to add some of this who are our portfolio. Yeah. They are under no illusions that they could ever be, you know, making mcallen quake in their boots. And they've got like thousands of years versus ten, but I think it's just it's good business to be in booze. And you got to visit the Salzburg region. I mean, that's the Austria of the imagination short. That's the sound of music and the chocolate boxes and those salt caves, and this is the thing that I remember it from being a kid in one of the reasons I wanted to to drive through this landscape. Now, I had a car I could look at all this stuff. Again, really lovely. You know, there's some pretty pretty crazy views, I think the in certain other countries might come with a, you know, park entrance fee and a t shirt. That is just what things look like here when your days filled with looking at beautiful things like that. It's it can be kind of energizing. It's a pride that you don't remember until you see it again. On this kind of constant lifetime scale of Austrian to not Austrian. This is something that takes the meter a little bit. Like, I'm feeling a little Austrian. Right. Yeah. I mean, this is what I looked at when I was growing up how long does it drive from from China to that area? It's about four hours. You know, that's a big chunk of the country. It is it's like a sort of the it's hard to say half because Australia has this really long tail in the west east ahead. But you're you're basically going from the very eastern border to the very western border. All right. So that brings us to what is probably my favorite beverage among the three these beer, right? This was a tricky one to find. So I have friends who are from Innsbruck who had been living in Australia for a long time, and then moved back, and I was like so what's good into role? They pointed me to a few sort of mountain lookouts and a suspension bridge. And I decided that wasn't really gonna cut it. I'm not tore group that I think when I found this some your spa brewery is when I kind of I was permitting myself to make it a boost themed road trip because I had the wine in the beer, and I thought schnaps, but no actually to ROY. Role is a really interesting place. So that's the very like it's almost to the very far west of Austria. But it sort of was this independent minded place south to roll is in Italy. But it's all German speaking people because the border, Scott, arbitrarily bisected. Yes. And they sometimes make noise they wanna be independent to roll is probably my favorite place to visit in Austria because it is a little different and very beautiful and hugely mountainous. And there's just something a little bit. You know, there's something a little bit different about it to the rest of the country. Innsbruck was actually where I started my trip so chronologically, okay? And then from Innsbruck, I drove west to the Toronto valley, which is just one of those really really. Ridiculously pretty alpine views that you might see in a postcard. So you were in Toronto valley. Yes. And what did you find there? Well, I found a very old brewery coach doc and Bagga which has been brewing for a couple of hundred years maybe five hundred years maximum used to be run by women only. It was a castle for these nights that used to rule that part of to roll and eventually it passed into the hands of a wealthy who passed it into someone else's hands. So it wasn't. It wasn't by any means supposed to be a woman brewery goddess, that's how it went for a long time and in two thousand nine the current owner bought it and he's a dude. So that ended, but they're not a huge operation either. They are starting to make whisky to they had all these really atmospheric from entail tanks in the basement of their medieval castle. And I think they just said let's make this into a beer spa and spa. Yeah. Yes. What does that mean? Essentially, it means that you are there. These sort of large tanks, maybe fourteen square feet that used to hold the beer. And now they fill that with water. And then they will take about a month worth of brewer's yeast and put it in the water. And then you jump in the water a well. Yeah. Okay. And I think you can the idea is that it's like a large group might do it for a celebration. But then you sort of sit in this beer broth. It's supposed to be really good for your skin. It doesn't give you look athlete's foot. I don't know. Maybe if you do it all the time. Okay. And it's a strange concept go on your own on your own cognizance. Dear listener, it's a hot tub and the room is a lot cooler than what you'd usually get looks cooler. Yeah. I mean, you're beams or ancient, and there are old murals that looked like they could be really old. But they're really just a a modern artists who did them and you go in with your bathing suit. Yeah. I would I would say that. It's not expected that people do that. It's not it's not exactly tabu to where bathing suits in a sauna in Australia. But it kind of is you don't want to be that person. I would say that the idea is you come with a bunch of friends, and you all hang out there. Yes. Which is what people do in this on it. Anyway. But there's also a unlimited beer tap. Oh, wow. That's also great drinking a lot of beer in a hot tub. So I think I think the idea was also that it was a package deal because they also have this really big cavernous. Medieval dining hall. Okay. We're talking four hundred seats. So I think the idea is they wanna have a wedding. And then you get like eight twenty people to have a beer spas. Well, then they did tell us that, you know, this was a conscious effort to make use of a space that was really not being used at all. And they do get a lot of bachelor parties people come over from the US to do this. But I know I know they have beer baths in Prague where you sit in a bath tub with a tray and a beer and you're bathing in actual beer, but they are not just water with us. Yes. So beer beer. But that is just a bath tub. My guide pointed out this is the first of the size. This is full immersion. Very proud of having. Largest kind of Glueck spa. Yes. It sounds like a hater. It's consume. I'm a little bit of a hater consumes grows over is it something that you're just like. Yes. Ounce weird. But once you do it. It's like amazing. Well, I wouldn't need to repeat the experience for the the east part of it. Okay. I'm the fan of hot tubs. Sure. I'm a fan of crazy looking castles. And they're they're they're interesting people there. It's definitely an odd thing to do. I went to the other side of Austria. It's not very far from me. I think it might be odd to fly over from LA to swim in yeast bottom of the castle in Austria. But I mean, maybe that's their target audience fair enough. And are there other sponsor versus she gave me some beer shampoo. Your shampoo. Yes, right. Yeah. It's not very good. This is look suspiciously. Like a bottle of beer. It's sort of like unpleasantly herbal think may maybe that was not your shampoo. Maybe that was herbal schnapps shampoo. Give me the ticket back shampoos a lot like Schnapp. I won't be beer shampoo. You know, it's still a functioning brewery. That's the thing. Like, you you go there to drink beer and immerse yourself in it. If you want a warm, and you go to book, you go to book ahead, busy, oh, really popular and his popular. So can I can take all the my skepticism than just smoking because they're they're doing business out there. Thank you. Alexa. I have now to through ideas. I'm really psyched to do in Austria next time. I get there talk to you later. Thank you. The trip is hosted by me, Nathan Thornburgh produced by Josie Holtzman and Daniel Roth future projects or editors roads and kingdoms taffy Malkin yahtzee or executive producers are me and MAC Goulding. Also of roads and kingdoms. Shouts is always the Dan the automated for the music into Adele Rodriguez for the art next week. I'll be with JP McMahon. One of Ireland's greatest shifts in Galway talking a lot of shit, and drinking elder flower liqueur, we'll meet you there.
First Peacetime Train Robbery in U.S. / Austria-Hungary annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina - October 6
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Hey y'all were rerunning episodes today, which means you might hear to host enjoy the show. Welcome to the in history class from how stuff works dot Com and from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy v Wilson and it's October sixth. The Reno brothers staged the first peacetime train robbery in the United States on this day in eighteen, sixty six. Reason we specify that it's the first peacetime. Train robbery is there had been one train robbery before this one on May fifth sixty five just at the very end of the US civil war that one was on the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, a group of men had fouled one of the tracks to cause the train to derail. Once the train hit that track and jumped off it, they robbed the passengers and the Adams Express Company car today Adams Express Company is an equity fund but at the time it was an express company that delivered letters and packages. The robbers were described as guerrillas they were dressed in civilian clothes, but armed with navy revolvers. One of the men was called Lieutenant by the others and another one was called captain. So most of the time because of all of that, and the fact that it happened right at the end of the civil war, this is considered part of the war rather than a matter of civilian robbery there. Also, of course, we're incidents during that war of people commandeering entire trains for military reasons. So the one that's usually noted as the first train robbery in the United States is that one that happened on October six, eighteen, sixty, six. The first transcontinental railroad had not yet been completed that would happen in eighteen, sixty, nine, but more and more train routes had been established and they were traveling through very remote parts of the United States. Often, there was not any kind of law enforcement or other person one might go to for help anywhere nearby and it didn't take long for people to figure out that a train full of mail and parcels and people who could afford train tickets far away from any source of law enforcement might be a good target to rob. On this case that people he would figure that out. We're the Reno brothers that was frank, Simeon John and William along with their associates. They boarded this train near Seymour Indiana once again on the Ohio and Mississippi. Railroad Adams Express car was once again their target the robbers made their way to that car and they demanded the keys to the safes. The attendant he was on duty in the car, they only had the keys for the local mail safe. So he opens that one up for them and they took all of its contents then the gang through the entire other safe off the train with the intent of getting it open later on then they jumped off the train so because they had gotten on near Seymour and they had left without. Anybody outside of the Adams Express car knowing what was going on the engineer just continued on that anything was amiss until somebody got his attention and told him about it, the Pinkerton and best, and this became the first of many many train robberies especially in the nineteenth century a lot of other gangs like Butch Cassidy's wild bunch and the James Younger gang became infamous for their train robbing a lot. Of Gangs specialized in robbing trains, and soon, trained companies were hiring armed guards and reinforcing their mail cars and otherwise trying to defend themselves from this newly created type of crime. The Reno brothers were all captured in eighteen sixty eight frank. Simeon. And William were hanged later on that year after being taken out of the prison where they were being held by a vigilante mob who then took the law. into their own hands, their brother John Though had been captured earlier. He was serving time in a different prison and he was spared that particular extrajudicial violence. Thanks so much to Tari Harrison, for her work on this show and you can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcast Google podcasts, and wherever else yet your podcast and you can tune in tomorrow for the birth of Nobel laureate. My team instantly response to cyber threats. My team helps agencies accelerate to the cloud. My team brings innovation too complex. It operations joined the GD team to support insecure some of the most complex government defense and intelligence projects across the country own your next opportunity and career with challenging and impactful work apply. Now at GD dot com slash careers that's GD it. Dot Com slash careers ddat is an equal opportunity employer disability veteran. Let's imagine a world where no one ever cuts corners. Potato chip bags are filled to the top the car in front of you at the stoplight notices when it turns green will a place like this exists where script pizzas are placed in the square boxes and wings come in Jumbo, sides. We're talking about Ledo pizza with an whole new online ordering website for easy ordering Lido, pizzas square because Ledo pizza never cuts corners, check it out at Ledo Pizza Dot. COM Allow again, it's EAVES and you're listening to this day in. History Class A podcast at truly believes no day is Boring Today was October nineteen o eight. Austria Hungary informed the Ottoman Empire of his indexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This announcement set off what's known as the Bosnian crisis appeared of conflict between Austria Hungary and the Ottoman Empire. Under the eighteen seventy, eight treaty of Berlin Austria Hungary gained the right to occupy and administer the Ottoman. Empire's provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Sandjak of Novi Pas are. But Austria Hungary always had it sights set on permanent possession of the provinces? Bosnia and Herzegovina were widely sought after but Austria Hungary put a lot of work into developing infrastructure mines, factories, agriculture, and schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina. At. The same time ethnic and religious conflict grew within Bosnia and Herzegovina. And groups in the two provinces displayed nationalist ambitions. Young Turk Revolution broke out in the Ottoman Empire in nineteen eight and restored the Ottoman Constitution PT Seventy six and revived the Ottoman parliament. Vienna was afraid that the new authorities in the government of the Ottoman Empire would try to restore autumn political power in Bosnia and Herzegovina An. As a Pro Russia Serbia vied for control over the Sandjak of Novi. PAS. Are and Bosnia and Herzegovina Russia itself was destabilized after defeat in the Russo Japanese war. Foreign Minister of Austria, Hungary alloys craft lex up on our Paul staunch opportunity for Austria Hungary to assert his dominance in the Balkans. Austria Hungary's ambassador to Russia Layup Hall. Craft Fair. Stole set up a meeting between Aaron Paul and the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Petrovich is skis in September of Nineteen eight at Lau Arabia. What actually happened at the meaning is up for debate as no minutes of the meeting where relief. Is Boesky. It says that Russia would not object to the annexation and an exchange Austria Hungary would not object to open the Bosphorus and Dardanelles Straits two Russian warships. Is Volsky insisted on an international conference before the annexation took place but on October six the day after Bulgaria declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire Emperor Franz Joseph. The first Austria announced that it was annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina The withdrawal of the Hungarian army from Sandjak of Novi Pazar was also announced. But I. was. Not. Expecting the annexation to happen. So soon, he said that Aaron Paul did not tell him the date of annexation and that he did not know how Hungary plan on executing it before the matter was settled with other political power. Opposition to the annexation erupted in Europe Russia and the Balkans. France Britain Italy protested the annexation. Pan Slavic nationalists throughout Europe were unhappy with announcement. Serbia insisted that Austria Hungary seed part of the Sandjak of Novi Pazar to them and ski. Supported them. But Austria Hungary. Backed by Germany threaten, to invade Serbia. At. The end of the Bosnian crisis Austria Hungary seemed to have come out on top. After a boycott of austro-hungarian Goods Causes Commercial Losses Austria Hungary ended up paying an indemnity to the Ottomans and alienating many from Austrian policy. But the Ottoman Empire recognized the annexation, which Russia and Serbia accepted in March O nine. The next on the Treaty of Berlin was amended to accept the annexation. The. Nation's managed to avoid war but tense relations between Austria, Hungary Russia, and Serbia after the latter two faced such mutilation remained and contributed to the outbreak of World War One and nineteen fourteen. I'm Jeff Coat, and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. If you have any burning questions or comments you can leave us a note at T. D.. H. podcast on twitter, facebook or instagram. Or. You can go the old fashioned route and send us an email at this day at iheartmedia dot com. 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"Oh sure of SKI IS PROUD TO PARTNER Monaco on design this world ski journey is a glittering tale of a crystal manufacturer cut from humble beginnings. That's grown into a global brand over five generations the company has continued to innovate and to grow. It's a true success story and one that's far from told. The current custodians of Swarovski are determined that the company will continue to be a glittering model for business for sustainability and for community for generations to come Swarovski and Asli illuminating creativity and sparking delight since eighteen ninety-five as Monaco on design molecules. Weekly look at the best in architecture craft furniture and fashion. I'm Josh venit coming up. We're focusing on the small but mighty nation of Austria and delving into the country's craft and design clout designers influenced by. The accident is some of them. They're influenced by other laws or by the ten pack plus we peruse the pages of Monocle magazine's March issue. Yes it's Austria themed and it's a special that takes in everything from Alpine architecture to industrial design. Think it means Squirrel Austrian type of girl but yeah great name. That's all coming up right here on Monaco on design on monocle twenty four. Welcome TO MONACO ON DESIGN NOW Monaco's March issue as I mentioned is on newsstands now and pays particular to all things. Austria has such. We thought we dedicate the show to exploring how this relatively small nation punch his well above. Its weight on the global stage offering lessons on everything from designed to diplomacy and hospitality. I up. We're talking fashion design in Vienna with Rica Shabby Sir Handler. She's curated a new show entitled to show off at the Museum of Applied Arts in the Austrian capital our producer. Tom Started by asking ship. It's a handler about the heady days of high fashion in one thousand nine hundred eighty s but as it was sweeny important to show the contemporary Australian fashion scene and this scene started in the eighties because they have three really important things in Vienna. One thing was that the rector the well known artist official man that unfortunately hittites three weeks ago and he was dead diamond at beginning of the eighties director at the University of applied art in Vienna. It's insane but frauds Konaga at the beginning of the eighties to Vienna teaching profession. Plus and Karl Lagerfeld. This time they had designers. Khloe and his impact change totally. The impact of for the students keep really changed session in the session class and this was really important and design us like Tucson the UK invest rotator. Track land. Rough Simmons Bennett be sold out in the past thirty years so this is a very special special education. Nba Anna and the second important thing was. There's really cool under come club known as SIA and OSCE shellman they own of fear. He found it at the beginning of the eighties he found. It's the freshman event and it was in eighty three and then Australian designer showed their collections there and they came also designers from London. Came John Galliano John Rancher and the performance obviously our and they showed the collections fear and for the whole like underground scene. It was Powell. Because in the eighty s still decree streets were way the consecrate the be perfect way and it will see was really super cool under chrome spot and the second thing was at the beginning of the atheist side. Christ marketing Venus Home Indiana. Maybe you can compare it with the British magazine. The say's and it was the first guard. Magazine he Indiana so being really three very important starting points for the Austrian fashioned seen. That's really interesting. I'm interested in the idea of people who arrive in place and set off a bit of a chain reaction that's interesting. The Karl Lagerfeld had the effect at the university. I'm also interested in what you're saying about Vienna being a gray place because you know in my felt that way. I guess in the eighties. But you know it's been a cultural center and a highly respected city for the arts and Culture Design Music of course for centuries. What was it about that? Time where people had fallen out of love with the Culture Vienna. I guess why had van is inhabitant. Start to feel that way was. There's something going on. You know politically or culturally. That had made people feel that Vienna. Wasn't this relevant place before someone like Karl. Lagerfeld came and reminded everyone. I'm look born in Vienna so I came later to be Anna so I know on with stories about this time and like everybody told me that in China there had only been a few places like the whole scene developed out of really this Tina places like they had only been six really cool spots Yanbian. Ah that had been detained had been the catfish die in the FIA. So these few places like all the people out of the different scenes came displaces and happened a lot of exhibitions and shows. We're going on there. But also concerts going on flakes on the Shiite was totally crazy that had been the B concepts with brains or shoddy And after big concerts that came to the indicate cave data concepts here so the scene was really very connected so they came out of the art scene. Came out of the design seen the fashion scene and they worked crossover. That's really amazing. Because Today Agee. It's kind of the same situation that the cramp is people. They re really work like they have discussed over idea and likes to work with people from other fields and acting Indiana that pine this was really important for the whole scene because all the people were hanging up in the same places and they went together and strong development and let's talk about the exhibition itself many pieces many different styles of fashioning. The told me about some of the highlights for you that featured in the exhibition. Okay I think one of the really super pieces Woody Cam. Business in the exhibition could again right. Lead the country to escape Hitler and he moved in thirty eight to Los Angeles and he became really an in America and again like designed the monarchy. I think everybody knows the monarchy and second important designing exhibitions of costs iconic caitlyn. He founded his brand in eighty six and he moved to New York in ninety six and then he sold his friend in two thousand five so we have beautiful hang with land pieces from two different museums from an seeming path and from the we see the Lamont embarrass and from one private collector from New York and then we have review. will be out of the eighties that had been not that well known designers but for that time they had been really important flick somber macdonald-smith Lithium. What when you look at an exhibition like this in the whole does the view of come away with an overall impression. That's may be one separate question but I want to ask you is. Is there a defining characteristic which Australia design and perhaps Vienna based design? Can you say patent through? The is the defining characteristic that unites a lot of these different kinds of designers. This really hard because I wouldn't say okay. This is Australian fashion design. I think you can see or feel different interferences. A lot of designers influenced by the YOU KNOW. The accident is some of them. They're influenced by other laws or fighting Australian packed session August with extra time. And I think that's the most important thing so I wouldn't say that something totally specific about Austin fashion design as a result of disgust. Vienna itself has been known for centuries for Art Music. But you know it. It's maybe been overshadowed by maybe cities like Berlin and Milan and Paris which You know they're not next door but they are kind of neighboring major cities. What do you think? Vienna has not had such a loud voice on the fashion scene as other cities in recent years the NFL fashion city. I mean we have no session in those tweet here. You can compare it with Berlin and Antwerp the end Australia. Like it's really not that big but if you can see it in exhibition we show sixty designers in the exhibition and we showed two hundred and fifty fashion objects. So that's for such a small country that's amazing and so I think we are not Barry's London or New York but you could compare with Berlin and do you think Australia values the talent. There is homegrown odors Australian talent. Feel that they have to. Maybe go abroad to really really make no. I think that's not really important. I mean the whole fashion system change totally from the youngest seen. We have really cool designs now working in this session scene. We have a bit of a tough. He lives Yanna and he shows his collections in London and in various we have other designers like a pillow toy he used to study in Antwerp and then he moved to London officer. He studied in London and then moved to Milan so the whole fashion business is like at the moment. If you stay in the Anna Disk because the rents are not at high you can work here you can produce here and then you go any way to the big fashion weeks and you show your collections and you sell your collections. Also with the new possibilities light with the social media possibilities with instagram and also with ECOMMERCE platforms conceit everywhere to moment into can show your nieces on social media and you can sell it so at the moment the whole system changes. I've been told by other people. You mentioned it there. The the rent prices and things Quite inviting to maybe the creative class of people but am I right in thinking that Vienna it also it city infrastructure and that kind of thing it quite well accommodates people who want to pursue a creative cross. Does that correct yes? That's really amazing. Here because as I mentioned the rents and everything like if you compare it with various London or New York if you're gonNA earn so much money you can afford to city. That's really amazing. And then you get a lot of support from different politically department's like if you work in the creative industry you really can get a lot of support like financial support and also different business supports and that's very special for Austria. Nasr also the same system I think in London and also in Berlin but I think this is really a very special thing here that politics really give a lot of money in the creative seen here. Is that something specific to the creativity or is that something. That is quite. Broadly shared across the Austrian approach to life. Is The Australian government quite supportive of I guess like Social Welfare and encouraging people to be able to learn new things as that something? The Australia promotes yes. I think that's totally this. We started in two thousand. That politics really decided that a creative scene should be supported and since that time the ghosts million a lot of money in this scene and I think that's really special ARECO shepherds a handler. They're speaking to the show's producer. Tom Whole show off Austrian. Fashion Design is at the Mac Museum. Vienna's Museum of Applied Arts and runs until July and your bank with Monaco on design. And I'm still Josh Bennett back on the Australian designed tip. I caught up with monocoque. Design Editor Nolan Giles. To See what delights hit uncovered any march issue of the magazine. We began by speaking about why he sidestepped some of the more obvious. Austrian design staples. Let's not be too harsh on the the grand details of Austrian design which I have dedicated a little bit of space to one of the interesting things about Australian design. Is this just inherent love for detail for quality and you know those chairs that you were talking about the net. Chaz that's still in production today. They've been in production for maybe two hundred or so years. People are still buying them. There is something that can be said to that. But also you know. There is a whole new world of contemporary Austrian design that we dug into our grand Austrian design tour. And as I look through these pages they look very fetching lovely mix of short stories of illustration that. You've really gone into the details. Their stories about typography `grats their stories about the manufacturing sector about making tractors and things of that nature which are bit less obvious late known on the world stage about hoster. What was some of the stories that kind of stuck out for you? Yeah I think just going back to what I was saying before attention to detail. Kind of marks everything. That's don in Australia. They really really care. About every little component of design so that could be like you say in the manufacturing where we looked at vehicle design so we have an amazing tractor by a company called Linda. Here who basically you know deal with very fussy to rolling farmers who want the very best looking tractors for this lips to impress rivals across the field but also super functional as well so this thing is not going to break down like no matter how deep the snow is when they're doing the winter work and then they're lighter elements to with regards to vehicles so another great example is this device called Ziesel which is a wheelchair that goes off road to takes disabled people wherever they want to go on the slopes and a nice bit branding their on the name Ziesel. I'm not sure what it means in Germany but it sounds like a bit of Fun Nippon. Z's left I needed to think it means Squirrel Australian type of girl but yet great name. Oh I love that. You've done amazing thing here which I really liked. I suppose the Austrian diaspora the modernists who were integral to designing the California of the fifties sixties and seventies with thinking about Richard Notre. A little known fact the mole was invented by an Australian guy. Could Victor Gruen. Do you think the Austrian designers beyond Australia. I know there's a lot of manufacturing home. We care about that. But do you think Austrian designers played a role on the world stage? A little bit as well. Yeah I love this piece. That one of our journalist Andrew Romano wrote forest where he really goes into this impact. Those modernists that you were talking about Hatton California residential design across the states which went on to inform the amazing modernist houses. You'd see as far away as the Gold Coast in Australia. But I think today perhaps not so much in the architecture certainly in the world of graphic design. The Austrians really are ahead of the pack and a lot of ways but it tends to be Austrians that go abroad Australia. Using the the knowledge and the practical way of design that they've lead at home and take it into far flung corners of the globe. And and really push it so Steph Elsag maestas a really good example of that someone you know who learned his craft in Austria moved to New York went onto establish one of the most important graphic design companies in the world and their names continuing to do that but on the home front and I think this is kind of interesting as well looking at what separates that designers in Australia. A lot of them really pick up on the grandeur. The beautiful inglorious old past old glamour of Australia really is them. You're a big fan of Vienna. I know like when you walking around these coffee shops. You really almost feel like you're stepping back in time. And for people like Verena penholder. Who's a Vienna based graphic designer direction? Expert that we profiled. She really feels that in her work. She really can just take inspiration from the old building. The old signs and then I guess because you know you're so open to international clients these days she's able to translate that into a really strong global body of work absolutely and just to Andrew. Romano piece actually lives in annoyed tra- house so he would know he saw town. Amazing modernist birth to live in as well for people that maybe aren't familiar with Austria. One of the reasons that we decided to approach editorially was we feel like there's a space in the world for positive stories and one of the things that really sticks out. The I think the world can learn from Australia is about keeping crafter home. Savannah is the biggest landlord in Europe and it allows people to run a business close to where they live in affordable price and actually make things and as. I flicked through your designed directory. It could be beautiful old silver. That's been made in the same place for one hundred years in the sixth or seventh district could be accompanied like cow. Model that makes lighting spur. Roszke did a piece of advertising in the issue but we're also obviously a fan of them. How important do you think? Croft is to the Austrian story overseas in the UK of sold all that to The Far East but they've managed to hold onto a bit in Europe. I haven't yeah. I think it's incredibly important. It really does mark everything that they do that in terms of design and particularly industrial design. And I'd like to point out a story about a lovely lady and design curator called elite Story Liechtenstein who? I've had quite a lot to do with in the last few years because she's always at every single you know important. International Design of 'em whether that's designed Miami or Milan Design Week and she really champions Australian Kroft through the Lens of young designers all around the world. She invites these young talents from Miami or Mellon to come and take pot at residency that she hosts in her Schloss Josh. I think you'd be for this. You get to spend two weeks there. Go around this incredible old. Cosso filled with the most beautiful furniture and furnishings. Take inspiration from it and then channel it into a new project often working with artisans and makers in that part of Rural Austria near Grottes so I mean as an experience is absolutely incredible. It really speaks to this idea of maintaining this strong relationship with Croft Mowlam's sold. I'm waiting for my invite just looking elsewhere in the issue. I mean we have interviews with Lily Line. Who is the head of Vienna Design Week? Her brother Max Jalan important curator in New York just showing that kind of Austrian connection around the world. There's also a lovely story that equity could have sat in the design sanction but ended up in culture about the R F if. I'm saying that correctly Austrian Broadcasting Radio House but I'm GonNa bring things a little bit closer to home for my final question. Roland is well known in the design. Press that you've just moved house. You're furnishing a lovely new home. Here in London. Did any Austrian buys. Make it onto the longlist. You know they don't need to be sitting on the coffee table just yet but have you got your eyes on anything that would be not massively unaffordable rare one of peace from the early twentieth century. But just a bit approachable Austrian designed to honest to might want to indulge in. Well I was a little bit cheeky. When I reported this design section I went to Vienna and hung out with a couple of guys who I think absolutely incredible what they do is they buy old villas and old mid-century buildings in parts of Rural Austria and convert them into incredible new hotels and stayaways and have really attracted the crowd from Vienna to head to these places and they furnish these villas once called Villa Antoinette. The other one's called hotel firm Blake with fines. Mainly from this one market which I was so keynes's check out that I had to write a whole story about so myself and Michael. Who's one half of the developing? These hotels went down to Nash. Mocked in the middle of Vienna on a freezing cold morning and just spent the morning bogging and buying pieces. He bought most of the pieces. He has a bit more money May and put them all together and made a beautiful story in photo. Shoot out of that so that was a cheeky for me. I also worked with the photographer. Who Shot with that to do a story later in the issue about cakes which is very exciting and why the little a tourist mainstay and have survived from the. Habsburg days but the photographer told me a very cold on the national. He's got some good portrait view. Bundled up in a nice fleece jacket. My sincere thanks. To Monaco's design editor Nolan Giles. For that informed and insightful rundown you can purchase the march issue of Monocle magazine at all self-respecting newsstands or find out more information about it a monocle dot com last up we talked with designer whose work takes hints from the motifs traditional as the dental to create Maden Austrian classics Vienna correspondent Alexei Corey of recently met with clothing designer. Lena horse check to find out more about her work. My name is Leeann harsh. Eric I founded my label. Almost fifteen years ago in my hometown of cuts in beautiful Syria in Horak is mainly associated with a traditional line. Applic- called Lena ho-shik Credit Joan. Although the dental is only account for less than ten percent of sales but she says traditional dresses where she gets her inspiration. Do you like to be associated with the traditional? Of course I don't mind it because I'm proud of my roots. I like what I do. I love the fabrics. We have a very beautiful heritage of textile art more or less. It's also one of my main. Inspirations when I looked to other countries and then the Australian Line for me it's my roots. Come from it's what I learned at my grandma. She taught me how to saw in by hand when I was like thirteen. Fourteen think of main reason why my collections really successful is that we put a lot of attention to detail in the craftmanship in the combination of different fabrics. And also the lining. The Wade's made is always tailor-made and not MS product. Do you do a lot of work yourself embroidering anymore. Unfortunately I used to be mainly creative one touch fabric and start cutting it and putting it together and sewing but I was not the most professional to be honest I would like just cut into it. Start sewing and then make alterations. I'm the same in the kitchen. I never followed recipes. Does it apply to as well? No because I have my staff and they love working very professionally so I can be unprofessional as a designer which amazing I suppose there's still lots of traditional tailors in the countryside making the accounts and traditional dress. So why should people come to you? That's a good question. Actually you have to have people. From the quality perspective one of the analysts probably top notch. We use only pure silk whereas most companies use have silk polyester these days. But I couldn't I simply couldn't and then purely in them. Pure cotton sold equality of the fabrics is definitely up across a dishonored to save on fabric. Is it usually the Austrians Austrian women by dentals not only because it's become a bit of a trend recently to get married in Australia and for that we saw a lot of handcrafted? Can you talk a little bit about the history of the dental? The dental the classically as you describe it consists of four parts percival skirt second Abram third bodice to call it and then under the bodies would be a blouse so it was the typical combination of pieces of clothing. Worn in the borking. Classes are in the country for farmers. This type of dress is also basically the same in all countries in all cultures. Which for me makes amazing to compare maybe Bohemian dress. Also Turkish and Greece. National addresses are so similar. They all make regional. Differences visible by applying different. Handcraft Australian. Today is stillborn in daily life. Because it's not very stiff. It's wearable if it's a cotton one not a silk one. You can definitely work to office in Syria where I'm from. It's become actually quite common if you have appointments with dinners and you don't want to put on like a cocktail dress. You take deadline. And then yeah then came the Nazis in the thirteenth. So let's just skip like from all these hundreds of years dental mainly existed in the same shape in one thousand nine hundred. Thirteen Nazi's decided that there is going to be very strict rules about how a din looks in a different freedom because they were very clever to instrumentalise something that is very common and very rural and very down to Earth also and speaks to people and if you still stick to those rules I mean. It doesn't say that you're any kind of right wing thinker when I grew up at never wasted a single thought about if my national dresses. I'm right being person. And I thought it was very unfair to the item of clothing to instrumentalise it and everyone who were lead. Horton and be proud of their Australian roots to put them in the certain box and I was always fighting against it and the trend towards a dental and lederhosen and Austrian national dress came back very very slowly but then almost exploded. Because I think Australians as well as Germans they had to be ashamed of their heritage after Second World War for such a long time whereas English or French. All of those countries committed war crimes and still do. But nobody's pointing at Italians and say like you're like a fascist because you're proud of your country and you wave your flag but the Austrians and Germans. They had like a huge complex about it. All the people still put it in the same box because there were forced to read. They'll when they were young and the parents would be not with the regime so it's still stained from my point of view. I hope that came across K. A. C. strongly about it I was I was Gonna ask you about it. I mean I'm glad you talked about you. So do you recreate the original the traditional pattern? So you add anything. I love sticking to bury traditional rules of how constructed in little and how to finish it how to work your hands through the fabric. Basically but of course don't stick to the regional color combination roles because I think that's totally up to the regions to reproduce their own regional deals so for me. It's a fashion Indian Lonzo to new color combinations or I would use Morris Fabrics with beautiful founder Sierra club Prince and combine it with a Silk Apron on I love English rose prince to use for the animals. So that's a combination you know what's English fabric doing on a dental. But it's just my the predation and we've been selling those really successfully leinna harsh chack. Speaking to Monaco's Vienna correspondent Alexi Cory thanks Alexei and sadly that's all the time we have on today's show for even more designed light to hit subscribe to this show. You'll get on mini mid week. Podcast undesired xtra which comes out each Thursday. The new edition of Monocle magazine is on newsstands to do that. Out OR HEAD TO MONACO COM. Monocle on design was produced by Tom Hall. And it edited by mainly Evans. 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Vienna City Walk
"Vienna city walk welcome to vienna. Vienna is the capital of austria. The cradle of classical music the home of the rich habsburg heritage and one of europe's most livable cities. Hi i'm rick steves. Thanks for joining me. On a walk through the historic core of vienna or venus as it's known in austria on this walk. We'll laced together. That cities three most important landmarks. We'll start at the opera house. Ground zero vienna's international reputation for classical music. Next is the cathedral with skyscraper inspire the symbol of the city. We end at the half berg palace. Once the home of the mighty habsburgs now brimming with top notch museums. This is a great. I look at the city. Use it to get the lay the land in an overview of sites. You may want to explore in more depth later allow about ninety minutes for this mile and a half walk. Now let's get started as we explore vienna's intriguing past and the vienna of today. It's a laid back. World genteel shops inviting cafes delicious. Chocolate soccer toured. It's the city where civilized austrians continually perfect their knack for good living vienna. How to use this audio guide as you can see from the display window on your mp three player. Each of vienna's great hits has its own title and track number much like the songs of a cd or album. You can skip ahead or tailor your itinerary to your own tastes but navigating through the city on your own can be confusing and it's easiest to just fall of the tour in the order. I've laid out to help you along. I've invited my colleague lisa. Welcome lisa gooden. Tug hair steve's she'll give directions from one stop to the next after listening to her directions. You can pause the audio guide then restarted at the next track when you're ready to see the next site be aware that even with the very best of directions sightseeing a busy city can be confusing. Streets can be blocked off and scaffolding may cover buildings under renovation. If you're taking this tour with my rick. Steves audio europe app. Don't miss its latest features. There are zuma maps showing the route and each stop. These are viewable. While you listen a twenty-second rewind button allows you to catch something. You might have missed or here. Vital directions the second time and the speed button makes me talk faster. Chipmunk style you can read the actual script of this tour and if you'd like more information on the spot you can download our entire guidebook on this destination with a couple of clicks those following this tour on their ipod rather than with my app may find that my guidebook to this place with its maps for an exhibit titles can make following this audio tour. Easier be flexible and don't hesitate to ask a friendly local for help. Finding your way vote means where is now. Let's head into vienna. Lisa gotta started donka. Shane rick. The tour begins the opera house. Began at vienna's landmark house. The closest ubon stop is carl's plots start in the pedestrian square along the side of the opera house. From here you can take in the sheer length of this impressive. Green roof building get oriented. The opera sits on the busy ring. Road called the ringstrasse. The ringstrasse has circles vienna's historic core. We're on the south edge of the ring on our walk will be heading north into the heart of the old city. That is to the right as you face. The opera house got it for now. Turn your attention to vienna's opera house rick if he anna is the world capital of classical music. This building is it's thrown room at vienna's peak in eighteen hundreds. The city was the epicenter of european culture. Generations of great musicians flocked to vienna. Think of it haydn mozart. Beethoven brahms johann strauss senior. And junior. it's a star studded list of classical musicians. The opera house built in eighteen. Sixty nine is a symbol of that golden age. The opera's architecture is typical of many buildings. You'll see here in vienna. It revives an older style in this case. Neil renaissance notice the renaissance style arches over the windows in the classical half columns the sloping copper roof is like a french renaissance. Chateau nearly all of operas. Luminaries have passed through. Here gustav mahler and rijkaard strauss served as musical directors luchino pavarotti maria callus placido domingo. They've all sung from its stage today. The opera still belts out three hundred shows a year both traditional end. Cutting edge notice the giant outdoor screen where some performances are projected to an adoring public. Check the posted schedule to see what's coming up. The opera's interior is sumptuous. The chandeliered lobby with carpeted stairs is perfect for making the scene. The theater itself has five wraparound balconies golden red decor and a bracelet likes chandelier to see the inside. You could attend a performance notice. There's a box office under the big screen. Actually standing room tickets are surprisingly cheap and no one will shoot you if you want to leave at intermission. How boorish well then you can get inside by taking a guided tour. That ticket office is on the opposite side of the building. The opera house is just one venue and this incredible city of music. There's the world famous. Vienna boys choir at the half burke point that out later the vienna philharmonic world-famous symphony orchestra occasionally performs here on the opera house. Stage and music fans will want to visit called house their musique. It's just two blocks away. Notice the pavement under your feet in the sidewalk are star shaped plaques. These honor the stars of classical music famous composers singers musicians and conductors. It's like hollywood. Walk of fame but vienna style before we move on remember. The opera sits on the ringstrasse. That's the broad ring road that circles the old town. If you're interested. I have an audio tour of the ringstrasse. it starts right here from the opera tram. Stop now. Let's plunge into the heart of vienna lisa from the pedestrian square alongside the opera start walking west circling to the right around the big building. This puts you on the street called philharmonic. Stresa keep an eye out for the dark. Red awning at number four. This marks the entrance to vienna's famous. Cafes s-occer cafe soccer. this is the home of the world's classiest chocolate cake. The soccer tort. It's two layers of cake. Separated by apricot. Jam and covered in dark chocolate icing. Top it off with a dollop of whipped cream. The cake was invented in a fit of improvisation in eighteen thirty two by franz soccer. He was the desert chef of prince. Metternich the mastermind different who redrew the map of post napoleonic europe. The cake became world famous. When the inventor's son served it next door at his hotel you may have noticed the hotel. Soccer's fancy dorman. Since the cafes heyday many locals complained that the case of gone downhill. You may be surprised. By how dry they taste. You really need that. Dollop of whipped cream and the cafe has become pricey and grotesquely touristy. Still coffee and a slice of cake here and cafe. Soccer can be worth it for the historic ambience alone. Before moving on plants across the street in two thousand and three the first starbucks boldly open directly across. from one of vienna's oldest most loved coffee shops. Got in himmel sacrilege locals hated the idea of busy people guzzling overpriced flavored coffee to go from a paper cup but over time. They've come to appreciate starbucks. Easy chair ambiance. And its quality. Coffee the consensus. It's okay and there are a handful of starbucks in vienna but for the same price you can have an elegant and traditional experience in an independent coffee shop. The dreaded starbucks invasion stalled at the gates of vienna continue past hotel. Soccer at the end of the street is a small triangular. Cobbled square adorned with modern sculptures. Albertina plots Albertina plots on your left is the albertina museum. It's modern entrance is topped by sleek titanium. Canopy critics call it the diving board. The museum is worth a visit for chandeliered rooms and it's paintings from impressionism to modern art. The albertina is housed in a long tan and white neoclassical building. It's the tip of the hochberg policy. The sprawling complex of buildings at the habsburg emperors called home will end this walk at the center of the hochberg. Albertina platts itself is filled with statues. This is the powerful thought provoking monument against war and fascism. It remembers the dark years from nineteen thirty eight to nineteen forty five when austria came under the rule of nazi germany. It's also poignant reminder of the brutality of all war start with the split whitestone monument these are called the gates of violence standing directly in front of it. You're at the symbolic gates of a concentration camp. It's a montage of wartime images. There are clubs and world war one gas masks. A dying woman gives birth to a future soldier chained slave labors. Sit on a pedestal of granite. The stone comes from the infamous corey at the mutt house and concentration camp. It's just up the danube from vienna. Where one hundred thousand prisoners died behind the gates of islands. The hunched over figure on the ground is an austrian jew forced to scrub anti-nazi graffiti off the street with a toothbrush of vienna's two hundred thousand jews about a third died in nazi concentration camps the nearby statue with a head buried. The stone is orpheus. Entering the underworld he reminds austrians and the rest of us of the horrible consequences of turning a blind eye to the fascist threat finally behind orpheus stands the declaration that established a democratic austria in nineteen forty-five and once again restored the country's basic human rights. One more thing this monument stems on the spot where world war two bombs struck demolishing a seller and burying several hundred people alive austria had been led into world war two by germany which annexed the country in nineteen. Thirty eight saying austrians. Were wanna be germans anyway. But australians are not. Germans were never will be there quick to tell you that whereas germany wasn't a nation until eighteen seventy austria has thousand year heritage after the war. Austria lived through ten years of joint occupation by the victorious allies then in nineteen fifty five. It was granted. Total independence and austria was a free nation. Once again on albertina plots you may see. One of vienna's many traditional hotdog vendors stole over for a closer look averse versatile. Stan offers a variety of hot dogs pickled side dishes and a convenient place where locals to just hang out and chat the i usually pork. Sausage is a staple of the austrian diet. What's the best of the versed. They're too numerous to mention. Be adventurous brat. I is a generic term. That simply means grilled sausage. A bourne versed is similar to what we'd call kielbasa. There's also buck. First vice. I bind versed liver versed and much more generally that darker the weenie the spicier. It is the weiner we know the basic hotdog for vienna. Wien vena but the guy who invented the vena studied in frankfurt. Then he moved to vienna with his new fast food but he named it in a fit of nostalgia for his old hometown of frankfurter so only in vienna are venus. Called frankfurters. got that lisa got it. I enjoy your spicy anecdotes with relish. That reminds me when you order. Your first comes on a paper plate with a squirt of mustard called sent or with ketchup called ketchup or with curry ketchup. That would be very spicy. You can ask for your mustard either. Sweet seuss or sharp sharp. You also have a choice between bread or a roll prot- odor similar neither one of these resemble in american hot dog bun so to avoid looking like a tourist. Don't try to put your sausage. Your bread like a hot dog. Eat it like a local. Take a bite of weiner then a bite of bread as they say that you have two hands. Hey rick how does a buddhist order a hotdog. Make me one with everything. Had you ask for change change. Lisa comes from within also albertina. Plots is cafe to roller hof. Whether or not you choose to go inside. This is one of many classic viennese cafes in vienna. The living room is down the street at the neighborhood coffee house. It's another example of that viennese expertise in good living. Each coffee house has its individual character and characters. Admittedly some classic. Cafes can be a bit tired and shabby with famously grumpy waiters but most are welcoming for those who take the time to sit a while. They offer things that time has passed by chandeliers marble. Tables upholstered booths waiters in texas and printed newspapers. It's great for pastry or light lunch with local office. Workers enjoy the english language. International herald tribune and relaxing elegance for the price of a cup of coffee. Coffee in vienna are forever linked it dates from the seventeenth century. When coffee was introduced from turkey. There are several colorful legends of how was introduced during the time of the ottoman invasion back in sixteen eighty three but no one knows for sure in the eighteenth century coffee. Boom doesn't aristocratic drink in the nineteenth century industrial age when people were expected to work twelve hour shifts. Coffee became a hit with the working class. As well by the twentieth century the vienna copy seen became incredibly refined. Old timers. Still remember when waiters came around with a sheet of paper with various shades of brown like paint samples. Customers could make clear exactly how milky they wanted their coffee. Before you leave the square take note of the tourist information office here. You can pick up the free city map with a list of museums and hours. They have the free monthly program of concerts and other handy brochures facing the cafe to roller hof. Turn right and leave the square heading east up shirks gaza. Along the way you'll pass the tourist friendly cafeteria style. Restaurant called burger marked continue along furious casa to where it intersects with a busy pedestrian. Only street this is character. Stresa and carrington stresa. This grandma like street. Is the people watching delayed of this in love with life city. Unfortunately today's cartner strauss has become a little crass in shabby but the police is always bustling with shoppers and buskers. Turn left ahead up care nurse stresa going north away from the opera as you walk. Be sure to look up. Above the modern storefronts for glimpses of the streets former glory. In the nineteenth century it was lined with some vienna's most elegant shops near the end of the block on the left at number twenty six is jay and l. low meyer crystal founded as it says in eighteen twenty three it still has its impressive brown storefront with gold trim statues and the habsburg legal. If you step inside you can enjoy old world. Ambiance upstairs is a free glass museum in the market for some four hundred dollar napkin rings. Low myers your place. Continue a few more steps up. Kanter stresa to the end of the block. Then turn left on kodo viana gaza head. One block up marco. Wwl gaza straight ahead is an orangish church with a triangular roof and cross. This is the capuchin. Church home of the kaiser goofed The kaiser grouped in the church's basement sits the imperial crypt. It's filled with what's left of australia's emperors empresses and other habsburg royalty for centuries vienna was the capital of a vast empire ruled by the habsburg family. If you pay admission to go inside you'll see the fancy pewter coffin of beloved empress maria theresa who ruled for forty years from seventeen forty to seventeen eighty besides reforming the government banning torture and funding schools. Maria also found time to have sixteen children. The original practitioner of make love not war. She married her children off to europe's crowned heads to cement alliances her youngest daughter the famous and ill-fated marie-antoinette married the king of france. The kaiser grouped also has the tomb of maria. Theresa's eldest son. Emperor joseph the second who freed the serfs and took piano lessons from mozart. Joseph inaugurated vienna's golden age which was presided over by another kaiser grouped resident the emperor franz-josef who ruled the habsburg empire for sixty eight years until world war. One fan to the habsburgs. I wanna make a trek outside vienna to their summer home the schoenbrunn palace. This immense for satellite complex is one of europe's great sites. Well worth the trouble to get there. Let's continue our walk. The kaiser grooved sits in the corner of a square called neuer. Markt start walking north through the square. One block toward the fountain in the center of the square. No you're marked to the cathedral. Vienna's golden age in the center of neuer. Markt is the four rivers fountain. It shows lady. Providence surrounded by symbolizing the rivers that flow into the danube. The sexy statues offended maria teresa. While the empress wasn't busy making babies she actually organized chastity commissions to defend her capital cities. Moral standards from here. We return to cantor strasser. Fifty yards away. Lady providence's one bare breast points. The way as you walked back to canton estrada notice the buildings all around you most are fairly modern having been rebuilt after world war. Two half of the old city was intentionally destroyed by allied air raids winston churchill intended to moralize viennese who were disconcertingly enthusiastic about the nazis. When you reach kanter stresa turn left. Continue north down strauss stresa which leads to the cathedral and vienna's main square as you walk down vienna's main street so full of life. It's clear the city has bounced back after the world wars of the twentieth century but vienna's true peak. It's golden age was the nineteenth century back then. The habsburgs still ruled a vast empire with vienna as their glorious capital. As we've seen it was one of europe's cultural capitals. It was the city of fine wine. Exquisite art coffee and chocolates dress up balls and the good life composers came here to launch their careers mozart. Beethoven brahms johann strauss senior and junior whipped the mass into a delirious frenzy with their new dance craze the waltz architects redrew. The city's skyline vienna was a center of cutting edge. Science christian doppler studied wave frequencies the doppler effect sigmund freud launched psychoanalysis he focused on repressed sexual desires the unconscious mind and couches. The painter gustav klimt shocked the world with women in erotic poses and come hither looks by the year nineteen hundred. Vienna had two point two million people bigger than it is today. It was the fifth largest city in the entire world. Vienna sat balanced on the cusp between traditional old world. Elegance and subversive modern trends but vienna's belle epoch or beautifully age would come to a shattering end with the pull of an assassin's trigger in nineteen fourteen that launched world war one by now you should be approaching the cathedral. You're likely to see it. I as a reflection in the round glass windows of the modern building that faces it walk past the auburn station here. The streets bills into stephens plots vienna's main square dominated by the enormous cathedral of saint stephen Saint stephen's cathedral the center of vienna. The cathedral's fairly spire looms overhead worshipers and tourists poor inside the church and choppers and notch street entertainers buzz around the outside. You're at the center of vienna. Saint stephen's cathedral known for its four hundred and fifty foot tall south tower for colorful roof and for its place in vienna's history. It was built in medieval times. Roughly thirteen hundred to fourteen fifty in the gothic style with pointed arches buttresses and gargoyles. At the time it was a huge church for a tiny town it's sheer size brought prestige and attracted both church authorities and tourists to the town. It helped put fledgling vienna on the map. At this point. You may want to take a break from the walking tour. The church if you go inside you'll see it's impressive vaulted nave studded with statues. There's a marvelous carved pulpit the chapel. Where mozart was married and assorted altarpieces tombs. And icons i have another audio tour that covers the cathedral inside and out but for now. Let's continue our city walk. You're standing at the center of vienna. Think of the city map as a target. The bullseye is saint stephen's cathedral surrounding. That is the ring. stresa the grand boulevard. That circles the old town. The road marks where the city wall once stood on the south border of the ring. The opera house where we started this walk. The rings north border a few blocks to your left as you face. The church is the danube river. The ringstrasse contains the first district called a bit cirque outside. The city center is another ring. Road called the girdle that contains the rest of downtown beyond the girdle lies. The industrial sprawl of modern vienna about ten miles to the southwest are the famous hills known as vienna woods a popular playground for hikes and sipping new wine as big as greater vienna is for the tourist. It's quite manageable. Almost everything of interest to the tourist lies here within the ring. The cathedral and stephens plots are the perfect place to talk about. Vienna's colorful past wander around or find a place to relax while rick points out several sites in the square stephens pots a microcosm of vienna's history the cathedral linton stephens. Plot put the city's history on display for much of its history. Vienna has been the dividing line between eastern and western europe. The city was first occupied. Two thousand years ago by the romans. They built their fort right here where the cathedral stands today. In fact a few roman era stones are actually incorporated into the cathedral. They're part of the two octogonal towers that flank the main entrance. Roman vienna was the crossroads of europe where the danube river traveling west to east crossed the north south trade route through the alps after rome fell about five hundred ad. The city was invaded many times. By germanic barbarians hungarian magyar end mongol hordes around the eight hundred charlemagne the eastern part of his empire oester irish or austria in twelve. Seventy three noble family called the habsburgs claimed charlemagne's title of holy roman emperor for the next six centuries. The habsburgs would rule a vast and expanding empire around thirteen hundred. The cathedral was built. It convinced the habsburgs to move to vienna from their former capital in prague. The churches colorful roof sports black eagles fashioned after the habsburg family symbol the habsburg double headed eagle faced both east and west symbolizing their control over a far flung empire for the next page in vienna's history focus on the cathedral's north tower notice. It's about half the size of the south tower. That's because in fifteen twenty nine. Vienna was invaded by ottoman turks. Construction funds had to be diverted to the defense department for the next two centuries. Vienna was europe's best in against a rising tide of islam. The wars culminated in sixteen eighty three when two hundred thousand ottoman surrounded the city walls. Today's ring stresa. The ottomans were driven off for good as we learned earlier. They left behind bags of coffee. N vienna's first coffeehouse opened or so goes the over caffeinated legend. Vienna became one of europe's great cities attracting talent from all over the german speaking world. Wolfgang amadeus mozart lived here in the seventeen. Eighty s just a block or so behind the cathedral for the next century. Vienna enjoyed its golden age of arts sciences and the good life politically the habsburg empire was on the decline as rising powers like france britain and germany came to dominate europe but for the city of vienna the late nineteen th century was. It's cultural highpoint. One remnant from that time still stands on stephens pots. it's where cantor strauss hit stephens. Pots the grand soot-covered building with red columns. This fine neoclassical architecture sums up vienna's belle epoch mix of elegance and modernism as vienna entered the twentieth century. It was home to a man who would change history forever. Imagine this in one thousand nine hundred seven. This struggling young artists stood right here. In stephens plants he painted a watercolour. The cathedral's north tower. It was just one of many scenes. Poverty stricken young men would paint trying to make it in the world of art but after eight long years of frustration in vienna. He gave up and went on a different path in a different country. His name adolf hitler as it would turn out. Hitler and the twentieth century would prove to be brutal on vienna in nineteen fourteen. The habsburg archduke was assassinated in sarajevo in revenge. Austria declared war on serbia igniting world war. One austria was on the losing side when the dust finally settled the habsburgs were deposed and their empire was dismembered by the victors. The war left austria as small landlocked nation in vienna as an imperial city without an empire. A head without a body. For what happens next. Make your way along the right side of the church in the square to the right of the church stands placards with black and white photos in nineteen thirty eight. Hitler and nazi germany forcibly annexed now powerless austria leading into world. War two. The photos clearly show the war's destruction vienna bombs destroyed. Nearly a quarter of the city's buildings. At war's end the city was a mess like berlin. It was divided into occupied zones. Austria was declared neutral forbidden. Join either nato or the soviet union's warsaw-pact it became a kind of no man's land between east and west battleground of espionage through the cold war but slowly. The city rebuilt the churches colorful power roof though medieval style actually dates from the nineteen fifties. Vienna's ubon system was expanded in the nineteen seventies stephens. Plots was completely modernized. The modern glass building that faces saint stephen's dates from nineteen ninety. The building brings vienna's history full circle. It's curved facade. Echoes the shape of the ancient roman fortress which stood here two thousand years ago and notice. How the glass catches the reflection of saint stephen's blending the old and the new. It's a great photo op. Finally look around the square at the viennese people of today vienna's population is one point. Eight million and falling. The average viennese mother has only one point. Three children and dogs are the preferred child for many young professionals one. In every five. Austrians calls vienna home. The truly viennese person is an ethnic mix a habsburg cocktail many of their grandparents came from the eastern countries of the former empire hungary the czech republic slovakia. And so on. Today's vienna is certainly modern but compared with most big cities. The pace of life here is slow. After two thousand years of turbulent history vienna has settled down into a sleepy pleasant place where culture is still king. Let's continue on now. We head west working our way. Towards the hoff palace exit the square backtracking. A few steps are right rounding the curved modern glass building. You'll find yourself at the head of a broad pedestrian street known as the grubbing the grabbing this was once a grabbing or ditch originally the moat for the roman military camp. During vienna's nineteenth century heyday. This was one of the main streets in the nineteenth century. There were nearly two hundred thousand people packed inside the rings draw. The grabbing like other streets in vienna was dirt by the nineteen hundreds. It was paved with three noisy lanes of traffic around the nineteen seventies. It was turned into one of europe's pedestrian only zones today while only twenty thousand viennese live inside the ring. This popular promenade is as vibrant as ever take a moment to consider the scene history everywhere rebuilt after a war grand architecture fine cafes people enjoying life for me quintessential europe walk down. The grub. two blocks turn left on dora. Tayer gaza will sidetrip half a block up door a gaza to peek into three venerable eating spots and watering holes a cafe a buffet and basel dorte gossip sightseeing for your palate. The viennese appreciate the fine points of life in. Right up there with waltzing is eating. While cuisines are routinely named for countries. Vienna claims to be the only city with the cuisine of its own vienna features. Many eastern european specialties from the habsburgs former empire. a half block up dorte gossip. On the left you'll find buffet. Treas nevsky classic sandwich shop is filled with locals enjoying elegant little finger sandwiches and tiny glasses of beer. Here's how it works. I you pick out your sandwiches and choose a drink. Pay for them. Then take your drink tokens to the lady on the right. If there are no tables sit on the bench. Then scoot over to a tiny table when a spot opens up three different sandwiches and a small beer called v in austria. Make a fun light lunch. The favorites are guff. Pflueger labor chicken liver much is midst. Feeble herring with onions and spec mit i- bacon and eggs trish nevsky has been vienna favourite for more than a century. And it seems many of its regulars might have been here. Since the grand opening across the street from cafe treas nevsky toller. Bison bison is a uniquely viennese tavern kind of a cross between an english pub and a french brasserie. This one's a timewarp that serves simple and classic food all day long on nearly every corner in vienna. You can find a bicycle filled with poetry teachers. And their students couples loving without touching housewife's on their way home from cello lessons and waiters who enjoy serving hearty food and drinks at an affordable price. Ask at your hotel for a good bison head a few more steps up door tear gas to one more eatery find cafe elka. It's on the right at number six. This is a classic viennese cafe. With all the ambiance you'd hope for it's dark brooding trotsky atmosphere. It feels like a saloon with paintings by struggling artists. Who couldn't afford to pay for their coffee. Chalkboard menu well-worn velvet couches and international selection of newspapers. And a phone. that rings for regulars. Now slowly make your way back to the grubbing along the way browse bit on. Dora tare gaza as rick. Explains a little more about vienna cuisine wherever you end up eating try. Some of vienna's signature dishes. Venus nitzan named of course for this city wien. It's on every menu. It's a veal cutlet. Breaded and fried though pork is also common. These days goulashes. Beef stews spiced with onion and paprika. It's a traditional shepherd dish from hungary a former habsburg land another meet specialty is tough bits boiled beef for side dishes. There's plenty of starch. Potatoes noodles rice. Austrians do enjoy good salads. And if you're here in early summer there's one fresh grown delicacy. You've gotta try chicago white asparagus for dessert. The viennese classic is of course soccer tort. But there's also at full strudel the local apple pie toppin. Strudel is wafer thin strudel pastry filled with sweet cheese and raisins. austria's best known wines are white since the best wines are from small wineries and not exported. There aren't many names. We'd recognize but the quality rivals. French and italian whites white wine and german is vice. Fine you can order it. Sweet seuss dry token or medium hob truckin prost. That means cheers and wish someone happy. Eating offer a cheery gooden apetite. Now you've got me hungry. Don't worry there's a place to buy a picnic just ahead and the famous chocolate door just after that. Now you're tacking once you're back on the robin head for the big column in the middle of the street. The holy trinity plague column this extravagantly blobby monument is a sixty foot pillar of cloud. Sprouting angels and cherubs at the top is the wonderfully gilded trinity father son and holy ghost all are protected by an anti pigeon. Net in sixteen seventy nine. Vienna was hit by a devastating epidemic. The boo panic plague around seventy five thousand viennese died about a third of the city. Emperor leopold the. I dropped to his knees. Something emperors never did in public and begged god to save. The city finally pulled about a quarter of the way up the monument just above the brown banner is he the one with the under bite. Yes that was a product of the typical inbreeding of royal families. Leopold's prayer was heard by lady faith. She's the statue below. Leopold carrying the cross with the help of a heartless little cupid. She tosses an old naked woman symbolizing the plague into the abyss saving the city in gratitude. Leopold vowed to erect this monument. It became a model for other cities ravaged by the same plague. Continue west down the grubbing thirty yards past. The plague monument looked down the short street to the right. The street frames broke church with a stately green. Dome saint peter's church whether or not you actually visit the church right now. it's worth pointing out. Its interior shows up at its baroque best. After the plague of sixteen seventy nine leopold also ordered this church to be built as another thanks to god. Saint peter's stands on the site of a much older church. That may have been vienna's i inside. It's the full baroque multi-media package. The nave is oval shaped. It's all done in a rose and gold color scheme and topped with bombastic ceiling fresco. Throw in the ornate oregon the altar painting and the exuberantly carved pulpit and it all comes together in an overwhelming experience to add music to the package. Be there during one of its free organ concerts. Generally at three o'clock or eight pm on weekends. You can check the posted schedule. Continue west a few steps on the grubbing in the center. You'll find some stairs leading underground to to public restrooms. Public toilets in about nineteen hundred local chemical maker. Needed a publicity stunt. He wanted to prove to the masses. His chemicals really got things clean so he bought to wine cellars under the grab and and had them into classy. Wc's he hired a cutting edge architect named adolf lohse more on him later. Who refurbished them in state of the art modernist style while the original chandeliers are now gone. You can still see the finely crafted mahogany. The restrooms remain relatively appealing place. To do your business in fact. They're so inviting that they've been used for poetry readings. It cost a little to go inside there. you'll see both locals and lookie loos looking at these lose by los. You're losing a continue on the grab a bit more to where it dead ends there. You'll find a store called euless. Minal omg robin since eighteen sixty two this pushed supermarket has been selling top end deli products with all the gourmet fancies. It's a great place to assemble a picnic. There's also a cafe with light meals and great outdoor seating or visit the takeout counter there are good benches nearby for people watching while you munch from yulia smile turn left in. The distance is the big green and gold. Dome of the hochberg where we'll end this. Walk the street leading up to the hoff. Berg is cole marked call marked. This vienna's most elegant in unaffordable shopping street. There's cartier giora. Money gucci tiffany and the emperor's palace at the end as you stroll up call marked start daydreaming about chocolate soon. You'll reach the ultimate viennese chocolate shop. Demo it's on the right ogle the edible displays in the window. They change monthly reflecting current happenings in vienna. Then step inside. The room is filled with art. Nouveau boxes of choco dreams come true candied violet. Pedals cousins yuban cats tongues. And so on you might see items adorned with the portrait of empress sisi. Some ad agency is convinced. Vienna to make the enigmatic nineteenth century queen an advertising icon. You'll see images of her all over town. Some people are fascinated by her good looks her tiny waistline and obsessions with dieting. They're drawn to her horribly. Tragic life forced by circumstance to be a rich and pampered ruler. A kind of nineteenth century princess di cc. You'll learn ordered her chocolates from demo. There's also an impressive. Cancan of vienna's most beloved cakes. The cakes here are moist compared to the dryer soccer torts. You can sit inside with a view of the cake making or outside with the street action shops like this. An emblem with two ks. Good enough for the kernigan owned kaiser king and emperor. It's the same guy if you happen to be here at exactly seven. Oh one in the evening just after closing. You can witness one of the great tragedies of modern europe the daily dumping of demos unsold cakes that is tragic call marked ends at the square called michaela plots michaela plants. The square is dominated by the hockberg palace. This is the main entrance to a sprawling complex of buildings. once the home of the habsburgs. It's now filled with great museums. Steady the grand. Neil rococo facade dating from about nineteen hundred. The four heroic giants are all of hercules wrestling with his great challenges. Emperor franz joseph who commissioned the gate felt he could relate in the center of the square a scant bit of roman van. Allies exposed just beneath street level. Now do a slow clockwise pan to get your bearings facing the huff. Berg start to your left with the church over your left shoulder. Saint michael's church offers fascinating tours of its crypt to the right of saint. Michael's is the fancy loden plunk shop. They sell traditional austrian form aware including dirndls further to the right across augustine. Strada is a wing of the huff. Berg palace this house is the spanish riding school. it's famous white. Lipizzaner stallions give choreographed performances for the public. Now look further down augustina. There you'll find the augustinian church or habsburg weddings took place further. Still is the doro. Tam auction house. It's like an austrian sotheby's where rich people bid for exquisite art objects at the far end of the street are albertina plots and the upper house where we started this walk. Continue your spin to the right. There's the hot brick facade again then. Two buildings to the right of the hockberg is a more modern building now a bank. It's known as the los house designed by a low around the year nineteen hundred. It's facade is a perfectly geometrical grid of square columns and windows. Decoration is a crime wrote los. He hated the popular style of fake. Greek columns faked roman doldrums and statues of gods los stripped buildings down to their structural skeleton inspired by the american architect. His contemporary frank. Lloyd wright loest built this vienna's first modernist building its footprint forms a trapezoid making no attempt to hide the awkwardly shaped street corner. It's placed on the windows. Lack the customary decoration framing the top. So it sometimes called the house without eyebrows. Compare it with the hof burke just opposite. They seem to be from entirely different ages. But the ornate huffed berg and the barebones most house are from the same generation roughly the year nineteen hundred this jarring juxtaposition represents a showdown between the old world. And the new by nine thousand nine hundred emperor. Franz joseph was nearing the end of his sixty eight year reign he decorated his palace in a style recalling. Great empires of old the statues of hercules half man half god symbolized his own semi divine status mortal but ordained by god to rule. Los responded with his starkly different house across the street. Boring as the los house might seem today in its time. It was revolutionary from his front door. The emperor had to look at the modern world scaring him in the face. The emperor was angered by the lack of decor los relented only slightly by putting up the ten flower boxes beneath the windows but a few flowers couldn't disguise. The fact that the notion of divine monarchy was sharing vienna now with new ideas. Stalin hitler trotsky and freud all rattling around vienna. Women were smoking riding bikes and demanding the vote it was a tumultuous time ripe with change by nineteen eighteen. The habsburgs would be history. We'll finish up our tour where austria's imperial history began at the hockberg enter the palace through the main gate and pause beneath the rotunda. This complex of palaces is where the habsburg family lived except in summer when they stayed at the schoenbrunn palace a few miles outside the city today. The hochberg is home to several fascinating museums. Stand under the rotunda and get oriented. The doorway on the right is the entrance to the imperial apartments. Here's where the habsburg emperors once lived in chandeliered elegance today you can tour the lavish rooms. There's also a museum. On empress sisi the wife of emperor franz-josef you'll learn about her narcissism and struggles with royal life about her dieting mania and chocolate bills. And you'll learn about her assassination by an italian anarchist on the left side of the rotunda. Is the ticket office for the spanish riding school. And they're dancing lipizzaner stallions by the way. Why is the rotunda covered with nets with free audio guide. I guess you get what you pay for now. Continue on straight ahead. You emerge from the rotunda into the main courtyard of the hochberg. The centerpiece of this square called in der berg is a caesar statue of emperor. Franz the second he ruled in the early eighteen. Hundreds during vienna's heyday. Franz was the grandson of maria theresa the grandfather franz-josef and the father-in-law of napoleon imagine the christmas dinner behind. The statue is at tower with three kinds of clocks. The disc shows phase of the moon tonight to the right of franz. The second are the imperial apartments end to left or the offices of austria's current president. The role of the president here is largely ceremonial the more powerful chancellor lives in a building just beyond this courtyard the statue of franz the second faces the oldest part of the palace so turn around one hundred and eighty degrees and find the colorful red black and gold gateway marched through the gate. It used to have a drawbridge over remote as you cross. You enter the next courtyard. Which is the oldest part of the palace. This is where the original fortress here was first built. Here you'll find one of the hof berg's best sites the treasury or shuts comer. It's an on. Spiring collection of massive jewels sparkling crowns and other habsburg bling highlights include the crown of the holy roman empire charlemagne sabre and a unicorn also nearby as the imperial music chapel. Where masses song by the vienna. Boys choir. retrace your steps backtrack through the gate over the moat and back into the courtyard with the statue of franz the second when you reach their face franz and turn left pass through the tunnel. The tunnel has a handicap fe for cheap smack. Finally the tunnel spills out into a spacious area known as heldenplatz heldenplatz and beyond held plots or heroes square captures both the grandeur of the habsburgs and their demise on the left is the impressive curved facade of the new palace this vast wing was built in the early nineteen hundreds to be the new habsburg living quarters they were hoping to build a matching wing facing but in nineteen fourteen these optimistic plans changed drastically and france joseph's nephew and heir the archduke franz ferdinand was assassinated his death sparked world war one and the eventual of seven centuries of habsburg rule in nineteen thirty eight. When adolf hitler returned to vienna in triumph from he came here to the huff berg he stood on the new palace balcony and addressed his adoring throngs right here in heroes square. The building now houses the new palace museums. It's an eclectic collection from medieval armor ancient. Greek statues the rare collection of musical instruments has violence and keyboards played by beethoven mozart and others in hilden dot stand to avoid statues celebrating austrian war heroes prince eugene of savoy battled the ottoman turks and archduke charles battled napoleon follow. Eugene's gaze in the distance are prickly spires of the anna's hall. Several notch sites are nearby though they're not visible from here. The bird garden lies just behind the new palace. That's the lovely park with a much photographed. Mozart statue now. Locate the greek columns passageway. If you went through there you'd reach. The ringstrasse across the street are twin museums. The kunsthistorisches museum is one of europe's great art galleries showing off the vast habsburg collection. It has everything from italian. Renaissance to rembrandt portrait's to a tiny gem by vermeer the highlight for many is the world's best collection of peterborough eagle. The norman rockwell of the sixteenth century. Next door is the natural history museum. It has twenty million exhibits from meteorites to dinosaur skeletons. The star is a twenty five thousand year old statue of a voluptuous naked woman that venus of villain dorf but enough of museums. Even if you can't tell a habsburg from a huff berg. Vienna is a joy. Have a picnic in a park nurse a pastry and a coffee over a daily paper at a small cafe. Catch a classical music concert joy reid on a tram the city is eminently livable. The some of its luxurious past. Our walk is finished. You're in the heart of viennese sightseeing from the opera to the huff berg from chocolates to churches from saint stephen's to sucker towards the anna waits for you. We hope you've enjoyed our walk through vienna. Thanks to jeanne openshaw. The co author of this tour. If you're up for more sightseeing we have audio guides. Saint stephen's cathedral and a ring. Stresa tram tour remember. This tour was excerpted. From rick. steves. Vienna guidebook for more details on eating sleeping and sightseeing in vienna referred to the most recent edition of that guidebook for more free audio tours and podcasts and for information about our guidebooks tv shows bus tours and travel gear visit our website at rick. Steves dot com. This tour was produced by cedar house. Audio productions thanks outfitters and goodbye for now.
World Records Week Night Jokes
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J. in the springtime they'll use lake trout and they do a smoke there I don't mind it conservative at all something that we you think that is because no one would be crazy enough to take it over its tradition sample I mean it's been in the family I think for four or five generations strength to strength and it's a completely authentic singular experience and aren't going back every year now meredith I guess the big question is what would your recommendations to answer it I kind of have to deduct kind of things with white you're looking for are you going with your family or do you a family run restaurant and they do this bread soup with Chicory and egg all town of Konya in house to that's kind it's very isolated up against family recommend going there I mean I could go on all day the hotel pastime called Valerie house where the father was a yeager Meister and kind of recipes to include in your book if you had to choose one your all time with peaches from a can it's from a hunting lodge in Kutai again it's easy to make and it's a recipe that at home I come back to over and over commercial for recollect cough drops the one that shows the two mountain villagers in front of the Matterhorn added them to a really simple vanilla ice cream base and it's surprisingly oh good experience outside of Asia on colorful umbrellas Hawker hundreds of thousands of visitors the female lead business could become a victim entire restaurant owner and Asian Food Aficionado die income loud I used to be a gathering of the Thai community mainly Thai women they would share the food and their experiences here and then it turned out thing I think you don't get better Thai food for like it's sweet it's Taghi and everything and you can sit outside and insist on to the state my theory is when it was and everyone like a big plastic bag a trash bag and everybody who why was promptly tolerated so long but now it's food or beverages for money so what they say it's a community and I heard out of nowhere 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Should you really visit Vienna? Philippines booked for Feb.
"Let's lead Ed Scott addicts and legs. The you was this. Mt And I am back again for another podcast. I just WANNA apologize to you guys. Things have been a little busy As you yeah no. I was in Vienna Austria and between cal. Coaching calls and lying up appointments in Interviews you guys saw my interview last night with a woman from Poland so I have been able to do the podcast but I'm here now. I'm here now in high spirits trying to be positive You know as you guys know the tragic news with with Kobe Bryant. I wasn't a fan of Kobe while I was in the nineties. Early in ninety ninety six. Two thousand own if you guys remember. NBA courtside with Kobe. Bryant only Tinto sixty four or you so played at like crazy but right I can respect our spectrum as a player. huges was never my favorite but Horrible horrible accident him in his daughter in everyone else on the on the on the helicopter just a very hor horrific. This is something you don't want to wake up to something you don't want to think about But that's life That's why I always tell you guys live life to the fullest Through traveling in inspiring others to do so. Follow your passion because you just never know so You know recipes Kelly. So let's let's get into the title of the video and as you guys know if you need a coaching call shoot me an email at consulting at smart financial dot Com and we can. We can book you in So this is two parts. I'm GonNa talk a little bit more about the Anna just a little bit After I sat on it for like a week. The Anna's not really a bad place. It's not horrible it. But it's not a premier location and I realized that I don't really like travelling that much in the cold. I'm just not. I'm not okay when I think going on vacation. I want to go somewhere warm. Unless I'm going to like Iceland or Denmark or something like that then I can tolerate it but the Anna was just which is very boring. They're boring not really much. There was there. There are some things to do You know there's there's a spy there you listen to classical the music there. There's a lot of you know I think Beethoven's from there I don't know it was just very Ho- home will go back not anytime soon. I go on a business trip or something. The Vienna just go back just to go. There's some there's so many other places places ago in in in Austria Saws Berg or innsbruck that a more mountainous and I would like have to go skiing. If I go back to Austria so I probably wouldn't go back to Vienna It just it just not really a dope spot at all. The the people like I said in the video the people are very nice. People are Nice. Customer Service was nice. The food was all right just running a meal. I wasn't blown own away by any of their cuisine there. The Thai restaurant with other Sushi restaurant limitation by Sushi restaurants. I am I consider myself a Sushi. Connoisseur facts the fact I am a Sushi Khanna sore and to tell if a Sushi. She restaurant is legit or not if they serve octopus if they don't serve octopus in is not a real Sushi restaurant period. Okay so you have to have if you're making a rainbow role end. There's no octopus. You how are you gonNa make a rainbow 'cause octopus purple okay. That's a real Rainbow Karol when it had octopus. I Love Octopus. Dip It in my In my house and horseradish ginger and stuff like that. Mixing it up but yet That's not a rules. That's not a real Sushi spot. Bre I so I was a little upset instead of that There's a lot of Sushi restaurants in Vienna That there was a lot of Sushi restaurants and and I look at their menus and none of them had octopus. Just get pissed off when I see stuff so yeah octopus. They don't have Period okay you gotTa have the whole Colored Rainbow. I'm not a fan of California rolls in your. Your stand arose in all that jazz okay. So that was kinda disappointment I don't know ages almost wasted trip but not quite a man. I'll I wouldn't have known unless I would have went. So Aw Activity Anna. I decided I was GONNA go. Initially I decided I was GonNa go to Denmark Copenhagen hanging out at a hostile hostile I was. I was set up for it. I was geared up ready to do it but talking to some friends the mind We had a little switch plants and and I'm going to decide I'm going to go to the Philippines. I'm going to the Philippines. I'm looking at I'm looking at going February fourteenth ish the February fourteenth to twenty six somewhere around there. So yeah I'm going to the Philippines and I'm literally on Philippine Gene Airlines Dot com looking at tickets. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA see what they can do for your boy so Yeah Philippine Airlines Baby I've been to the Philippine six times so I'm pretty well versed in the Philippines guys. I'm pretty I know Philippine Airlines lines quite well so Yet look out for me. I'm we'll be doing a lot I'm gonna I'M GONNA. I'm GONNA makeup because I did. I did the video on the Anna. It did it didn't do too hot. Which is fine okay? Sometimes we eat it as that's my that's my catalyse. Sometimes you just gotta eat it and That's what we're GONNA do but I I love the Philippines. I the only reason why I haven't been going for so long. It's because the Philippines especially like even Philippines Thailand. It's best when you go with someone you know. It is best when you go with someone that you're at your friends with so it just makes a trip so much better. So that's what we're going to do. I'm looking at tickets right now. Tickets are seven twelve hundred dollars. I'm not these hundred dollars but I'm not flying economy deathly flying economy. So we're GONNA I'M GONNA go flying out. It looks like I'm going to be flying out on a February thirteenth in coming back on the twenty. First which is Lenny. Time may see how many days is at around. How many days is at boots on the ground? So we're looking at bats I will arrive WHOA. That's not what I want. I'm not trying to leave it. No fucking eight o'clock at night only only got my goodness so a saying our leave at eight o'clock at night a fifty if the at night in get there at seven twenty five Friday which is which is all right and then I leave in get there at seven twenty five. I return seven twenty five at night. you got it. That's all I got this all got. WHOA that's not what I wanted? That is not what I want it. so yeah that's what we're looking at. This is very unfortunate. All right so yeah is going down in Manila Our will give you guys a further update as we get closer to the into the date to the time I get there. I'm trying to sort out these tickets. So yeah but yeah you guys. I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa Bring aphrodisiacs back because a lot of people have been asking me about worse. Alfred Amax who is one of my buddies who Avin traveling with the last time I went to the Philippines. I think it was with him but he won't be able to make it. He won't be able to make it this time. He wants to meet me in Brazil. I talked to him last night. So I'm GonNa do another livestream with him And we are going to to execute the mission here so I am going to let you guys go. I think the book these tickets I got a conference call a coaching. Call coming up I think the guy just email me back so Yeah that's what we're GONNA do. It was good talking to you guys in college. Aw mm-hmm
f5: Going Bankrupt Changed Everything
"Here it is another farm five on farm small farm smart. I mean just like you can't look at an ecosystem and pull out one element like grasshoppers and be able to guess that link and chain of events that happens the next five five years in the next fifty years down the road. It's there's so many factors involved really in my opinion. It's not possible to conceptually rationally ashley understand them so when you're fortunate enough to get these little sparks of intuition or these little voices that push you give you that little nudge that you need to do to get the ball rolling. This is something you really need to listen to even if it ends in an alternate disaster or a big failure i mean there's a really good example talking to you right now. From austria and there is a very the thing is chocolate theater. You makes organic handmade fair trade chocolate and he sourcing materials from his own farm in the middle of nowhere <hes> zelter chocolate. If anybody knows it navy's imported to the states. I'm sure it is but he tells his own story where he says that he was a very famous chef and had a bakery in the city of austria and he went bankrupt and he was the laughing things talk of the city he had gone out on a limb spent too much money. He wasn't getting revenue was doing it for his ego. In prestige he went miserably bankrupt and moved in with his wife to his mother's farmhouse and he basically says that if he didn't go bankrupt he wouldn't have company that earns a hundred and fifty million euros a year selling this gorgeous chocolate every year because it was his his failure that lost him the respect in his community that means. Nobody was paying attention to what he was doing. With his little chocolates he was doing something very radical very innovative and if he had gone straight from his successive in debate reshef breath business to chocolates he would have been copied before he could even get the first one out the door. He had a ten year start before anybody noticed he already got to this is is where it didn't matter under people are copying now was there because he already made a name for himself but that wouldn't have been possible without this huge failure and this huge embarrassment of losing his face in the community so even if there's something that seems terrible sometimes times that really is necessary to purge the system to be set the tracks to level the foundation to start fresh and take on a new project.
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Sunsetting the Season with St. Laurent
"If you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast lending slain. It's free the creation tools that allow you to record. Edit your podcast right from your phone or your computer inc. Will distribute your podcasts for you so to be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app ago. Anchor that fm to get started. Hello welcome to mow wine. Wine mishaps and more i am your host shandra. Savage welcome welcome. Welcome t tonight's in this episode nine of season two. We are winding down season to have one more episode to go after tonight and then we'll be back after a short hiatus we going to do some rejigging of our programming and to make it better fever season three set tonight. I'm excited so excited because we are tasting a twenty eighteen some wrong from the criminal region of austria and it is grown in lower in lower austria 'bout under the under like two thousand acres of salon a grown in australia's indigenous grape there. And that's why. I wanted to presented this evening in tasted with all of you for the first town at sal. This is a beautiful beautiful wine. It's a dry red wine but not too dry. There is some residual sweetness in there. So let's take a look at this collect has its Just feel like. Whenever i look at wine i think of that. How most men look at like the body of a car like ooh. Look at the lines in you. Know in a swirl it in the glass of looking at the lakes Like that's how men look at lines in cars so I get immense joy out of looking at the color and really experiencing wine as a whole. But it's a beautiful deep. Garnet color is not purple but deep garnet very clear and it's really intense colors while so i'm going to give it some and then we're gonna get to the nose because the knows always knows just everything everything in more dock fruits nobly very not this week but definitely some plum. Sam really deep dark cherry pepperoni knows but nothing to profound Smells windfall celestino. It tastes just as beautiful as it looks. And i'm so happy about it. You know what it reminds me of. And i believe you know going back in the courtesy of my mind reading about this. Wine reminds me of a piano noah. You know it's very not neutral but is not as heavy as like a cab. Not as spicy as cher is. But it's just a very nice well-rounded red wine to have and you know there's nothing too crazy going on with it as medium acidity it has you know. Medium tannin's avera is very round Is no jagged edges in. This wine is vice. Teeth is concerned. Very smooth and very fruity. But not in a overpowering law lake coin type of a alcohols not bad on about thirteen percent. I'm into it And i believe. I got this bottle for seventeen. Ninety nine around there a What would i pair this beautiful. Why man i feel like it goes with everything i think it's all around crowd-pleaser i don't feel like you have to go out of your way to drum up some exotic dish with it. You could have it with chicken. You could have it with Some ham you can have it with beef. You can have it with mushrooms sauteed vegetables. I just feel like is such a well rounded you can have with aac plant It would pair just astoundingly well with all of those things and into it. I'm into the saint laurent We've only covered about one or two wines the season from austria and they were both white So planet planet molly last week but that was from croatia. So it's pretty nice to be able to have taste one of the red wines from austria as well and i'm so glad i did because this is really beautiful. I'm going to take him at the set. Yes lisa haven. Who is a friend in a faithful listener. You're definitely gonna wanna grab a bottle of this around. I will have in the show. Newt's a link where you will be able to purchase this line. It's not an affiliate link is just giving us a resource where you can be able to find this line if you have some difficulties in locating some of the lines that i review because they are off the beaten path and not normally in the supermarket or You got a decent deep digging for some of these gems. And that's why. I love doing this podcast in. I love doing the podcast the way that i like to do it because i don't wanna talk about chardonnay. I don't wanna talk about pino griego. But when i do you wanna talk about. I think things that. I had to pronounce the things that i have to practice pronouncing before. I actually get on this podcast in disgusted with you. I wanna make sure that i didn't have the Pronounciation sometimes is a challenge though in the if the wine has a pretty decent alcohol content than is even more difficult for me to pronounce the wines tease times. But i couldn't ask for that gig. I in maybe making wine in that could be on the menu in the future. You know girls got big goals so imparting shirt episode tonight imparting if you sam any value in tonight's episode please like share telephone attila friends on and come visit me. Come visit me on the interwebs as usual on. Instagram laughed at maligned for you. Facebook at maligns to their asthma. Wine view all the at maligned for you and there. If you were able to experience some of the wines at discussed in prior episodes please reach out to me. Let me know what your thoughts were. Also relief ed because i already know should probably discuss tonight's episode with me tomorrow anyway. I'm gonna see next week Tell you. I'm not going to tell you what you're tasting next week. I'm gonna put it up on instagram. So tomorrow you know it tasting next week as we round out season two so happy. I was able to be here with you this evening. Hopefully you learn something new about a different grape or different wine that you've never heard of before and you can go and expand your palate a. As usual shala duty.
SYMHC Classics: Sisi - The Empress of Austria and Her Cult of Beauty
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So we're going to go back to the classic episode about her today, which talks about the empress herself why she was so beloved and the gruesome end of her murderer this episode is from November of twenty eleven from past hosts Sarah and depleted. So enjoy. Welcome to stuff you missed in history class, a production of I heart radio. How stuff works? Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm Sarah doughty and I'm a chocolate boarding. And I'm sure everyone who's listened to the podcasts for while knows that one of my favorite subjects ever is the second of five area. He just to recap for you since I don't talk about him enough. He's a Wagner superfan. He built all of those Disney castles which are really more the inspiration for Disney castle's than anything and he died, very mysterious death, which is always good for a podcast object, at least. But after that episode on Ludwik aired a lot of listeners started writing in to suggest that we cover another member of the vittles, Bach family figs, cousin and his best friend, the empress, Elizabeth of Austria, who is better known as empress Sisi and CC's really considered a prime example of vittles Bach eccentricity. But she's also considered interestingly enough, a prime Representative of the family, she. Buried into the Habsburgs. And that's pretty ironic because see wasn't really very good Habsburg at all. No, she wasn't. She was headstrong introverted and she preferred Corfu to Vienna. She believed monarchial government was obsta, leat and worst of all for Habsburg matriarch. She was more interested in tight laced corsets than having lots of babies yet. She's often considered the favourite Habsburg, and even the original people's Princess, because she was so popular with her subjects, and you'll notice a lot of Princess Diana similarities here at the one hundred anniversary of her death, obviously, a longtime after the end of the Austro-Hungarian empire you could find her lovely picture on mugs and kitschy souvenirs. And there's even a CC museum in Vienna. Mattel, even made a CC Barbie for the European market. So we've got to ask, what is it about this Habsburg empress on this Biddle Spock oddball, essentially, that continues to fascinate people enough to make a Barbie out of her so CC's life story is off? Often told with this sort of fairy Princess kind of spin and a lot of that started because of these movies that came out in the nineteen fifties, really presented her as the perfect fairytale young Princess who has an idyllic childhood meets her prince lives happily ever after. But if you stop at age fifteen that really does kinda fit her her actual life story. She was born Elizabeth, Omalie Eugenie at a castle on lake Starnberg on Christmas Eve, eighteen thirty seven and she was the daughter of the Bavarian, Duke, Maximilian Joseph in Princess Ludovico, who was the Vittal Spock daughter of the Bavarian king. And she knew that sounds like an illustrious background in it is, but she grew up in a more rural setting than you'd expect grip horseback, riding hunting with her father mountain, climbing doing charity work like visiting peasants, all again, kind of Princess, he'd sort of sounding things, and she really was a. Country sort of Princess with this relaxed loving family lot of siblings and a very close environment. She grew up in, but she was also really pretty. She was considered to be the most beautiful, Princess in Europe. In fact, so it's no surprise that in August eighteen fifty three or twenty three year old cousin Franz Josef fell in love with her. And now Franz-Josef had become emperor of Austria at age eighteen after his uncle abdicated and his father was skipped over to reboot the monarchy with a new youthful leader. But in eighteen fifty three assassination attempt made it imperative that he get a family going. And so his mother, Sophie decided she wanted to keep things on the family. She really wanted to set Franz-Josef with her sister, Ludovico, daughter, Helene, and invited the ladies to summer getaway. It seems like it would be a good match. Lean was extremely religious. She was dutiful probably would have made a good match for hardworking Franz-Josef. But Ludovico fatefully brought along her younger daughter, too. So Elizabeth was. There. And FRANZ Joseph fell for her instead of Helene. Yeah. And they ended up announcing their engagement before they even left the little country, retreat, and CC is supposed to have said, at least some of the following for boating jumps. I mean you can just pick whichever one you like the best. She is supposed to have said I am so fond of the emperor if only he were not an emperor. That doesn't sound very good. One doesn't turn down an emperor again, kind of scary founding, and oh, if only he were a Taylor, which is just kind of funny. When does sound pretty funny? I don't know if we should take it too lightly though. Because see, see, did, of course later, become one of the most famous clients of the legendary mature EA, Charles Frederick worth. So she did like close. Maybe a Taylor would have been a good match. But whatever she specifically said it seems likely that fifteen year old CC knew that she was going to have a really hard time being empress of Austria and trouble. Really started almost immediately for them, even the couple's honeymoon was cut short since Franz-Josef would have to ride back to Vienna every morning to deal with the Crimean war. So it was sort of a choppy, honeymoon, I guess, with him going back and forth once installed at court CC did her best to perform her duties, but she found the formality there compared to Bavaria just terrible at the time to be in the top tier. At court, you had to prove unbroken descent from sixteen ancestors, in the upper nobility, eight paternal and eight maternal, lapses or marriages into the lesser, nobility or middle classes were only acceptable if they occurred before the great great grandparents generation, so just to show you how strict one that's just getting into court. You can imagine the kind of rules that regulate court wants your really there. So CC did make attempts to loosen up the etiquette a little bit. Try to modernize it thumb, but she was only met with disapproval from her mother-in-law, the Archduchess Sophie, who also started. To censor her daughter-in-law about her constant horseback, riding, she would take lots of horseback riding lessons. In the fact that she'd go out riding without chaperones, which her mother-in-law thought was kind of unseemly but also a little bit dangerous. So C you know, this young teenager starts to get pretty stressed out not just from being away from home now but because of stressful court life in Vienna. And all this pressure from her mother-in-law about how to act and eventually, she starts to get sort of sick. She'd have these panics about going down long steep stairs. And she'd have coughing fits and she'd suffer from what people considered classic vittles, Spock melancholy. If you've listened to the lead Vig episode, you know, all about that, and things really only got worse when her first baby arrived only ten months after the wedding, she named her Sophie after friends Joseph's mother. And that was a name that fit because the baby basically belonged to the Archduchess C C was. Is not allowed to play any part in its care and education and was truly upset about that. And she wasn't involved in the upbringing of her next daughter, either Gazaleh, but she really fell into a new level of depression, when baby Sophie died in eighteen fifty seven CC's stopped eating she turned to these fasting cures where she'd live on late meals of milk, or eggs or what sounds really terrible raw beef juice served as a soup just trying to deal with her her depression in, in this way. And these mood related fast were just the beginning for C C today, many historians looking back at her habits believe that she suffered from anorexia and also exercise to excess. She'd ride for hours or in later years, go on these long, brisk walks. She took up fencing and had gymnasiums installed and all of her palaces so that she could work out whenever she wanted if her weight crept above fifty kilos or about. Out one hundred and ten pounds. And she was five eight. So just keep that really really tall for the time. She'd start a hunger, cure until she lost the weight, and she'd way herself as many as three times a day, occasionally, she'd eat a lot, but that was rare and eighteen seventy eight for example, she was reported to have feasted on a meal of a hen an Italian salad, champagne and cake in eighteen eighty one she bought an English country house and had a spiral staircase put in from her living room to the kitchen, a guess presumably to sneak down snack now. And again, the Sierra and I just think that the fact that these two events are actually of note in her dietary history gives us a real sense of her her daily meals. I mean, hen salvage campaign and K doesn't sound like that much anymore. So fast fasting, however wasn't nearly as traveling to her family as her habit of tight lacing corsets. And of course that was the style for the time. But CC really took it beyond the style into. Really kind of outrageous territory, her goal wase was fifty centimeters. That's nineteen inches again. She is five foot eight so super tiny and her pregnancies really really bothered her. Because obviously nineteen inch waist is exact opposite of being pregnant and after a third pregnancy, which she really spent trying to hide her figure, which sheep saw is kind of grotesque. She finally had a son and heir named Rudolph which meant that she could stop having kids, she had done her her wifely duty at last year. And she didn't just stop having kids. She also really stopped trying to be the empress that her mother-in-law had wanted her to be she'd sleep. Only a few hours and stay up all night, reading and writing romantic poetry. There's an article in history today by Walter Vandereycken and Ron van death and they call this her secret diary that she would write in. She also took up smoking, and she eventually learned English French Hungarian and modern Greek she's. Has a lot of time to study as we're going to talk about a little bit. And by eighteen sixty. She also got an easy way out of her fischel role suffering from anemia exhaustion and a lung complaint cici's. Doctor prescribed of trip to Madeira this meant that. She could leave the NFL with a good reason. Sweet. It's an excuse to get out of town, and after six months in Madeira. She was entirely recovered and returned home only to have all of the symptoms all of the bad health comeback after just four days in Vienna. So I think we're seeing some psychos Matic things going on here in this really started a pattern of leaving for exotic locales, like Greece, or Venice, or home year spots in going and seeing her family and Bavaria or going to Austrian spas, and then popping back into the Anna only occasionally she was away for almost two entire years between eighteen sixty two and eighteen sixty four and on her way back to China. An unannounced trip back to China. She threw up in her carriage four times. So she did not like living in the capital city. I think it's safe to assume. No, she did. But she liked keeping her lifestyle the way it was in order to get fresh dairy products on her rambles, which she loved she'd only drink milk from her own animals. She would essentially she'd bring along goats and sheep with her. So essentially travel sized Joe's is Cal. No. I mean, basically, I think her dairy obsession is kind of interesting. I read one thing about how at some of her estates in Vienna. She had full of ranges of cow breeds, to choose from and the cook at the confectionary would actually specify which cow he wanted milk or cream, or butter from because they had different flavors and different tastes. This episode is brought to you by the Home Depot. You already trust the Home Depot for studs sheet rock electrical everything to build your house. Now you can make that house, your home by shopping. Thousands of decor, pieces that suit your taste from sofas to area rogues to that fo- floral. 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So she has a lot of official roles even though they were frequently separated from the eighteen sixties onward Franz-Josef really did stay deeply in love with his wife. They write a lot of letters to each other. He would build these palaces for her and her far off occasion spots, or sometimes close to home trying to trying to urge her to at least be near him in Vienna or make it easier for him to visit. He built a Pompei inspired palace coup. And this forest villa outside of Vienna to give her a lot of privacy had a decorated with frescoes from Elizabeth's favourite play, which was a midsummer night's dream. And it's funny, she aknowledged. Midsummer night's dream reference. But she didn't stay there very much. And when she did she'd sleep on a mattress on the floor near window, so she could see the sky on the window. Franz-josef wasn't totally selfless than this, though. He did want a second son to secure as line though. Cici's doctors said that her health couldn't permit a fourth pregnancy on Lee enough. It was her growing interest in politics, that finally convinced her to have a fourth child, as we mentioned C wasn't the best Representative of monarchy. At least from the Habsburg perspective. She thought that it was an outdated institution. But she was really interested in Hungarian, politics and interest that might have been stoked by her possible. Lover count Gyula on drowsy, eventually prime minister of Hungary, and we're not going to go into that too much because there's just not that much information on them except that they were good friends, and they both obviously had a strong interest in Hungary, but in eighteen sixty seven the Austro-Hungarian compromise made FRANZ. Joseph, the emperor of Austria in the king of Hungary and by extension. Elizabeth empress, and it divided the monarchy into two halves, each half had its own constitution and parliament. But they were ruled by one leader in one ministry and because of her interest in Hungary and its culture, she had another villa built bear. She'd take her kids to Budapest, all the time, CC became immensely popular in Hungary. She decided to eventually repay that love of the people by having a patriotic, Hungary and baby. So one that would be born in Hungary one that would symbolize the alliance between the two countries so C in Franz-Josef went ahead and had one more child Marie Valerie. And she was born in Budapest. April eighteen sixty eight and this time I mean, she, she was the Hungarian baby, but she was also finally cici's, baby. She got to raise her and be in charge of her her upbringing in her. -cation the death of the Archduchess. Sophie in eighteen seventy two gave CC even more freedom to do as she pleased. She started entering writing competitions as far off as England and Ireland and she'd be seen in public for only the biggest events like the world exhibition in Vienna. And the wedding of her daughter, Kisela, or Franz-Josef silver jubilee, so things like that barely ever in Vienna. Ripe, windshied travel, she'd go incognito, so it's probably strange than for someone who so interested in being unknown to simultaneously. Be so interested in her looks, we've already talked about C, C's, extreme dieting and exercising, but she's also associated with something that's become known as her cult of beauty. She almost idolized her own beauty, or at least became a slave to it trying to live up to her own reputation, she'd be sown into those figure-hugging close that we talked about to show off her tiny waist. She'd take icy cold showers in the morning and warm olive oil bats every evening, and she'd wear nights. Masks of raw veal and strawberries for her skin, which again, them kind of strawberry thumps night's raw veal not so much. She also had a lot of hair, it was dark blonde when she was younger chestnut-colored when she was older. And it was not only really long but really thick if you look at any portrait of her pictures of her, you'll see her with this particular hairstyle kind of curled in the front, and then just piles and piles and piles of braids, and all of that hair took three hours of attention every single day. This is when she would study languages and philosophy and literature and history and her hairdresser, who had come on all of those travels, just like the goats and the sheep would wash her hair in what we're called essences every three weeks. And that day was just totally set aside for haircare. So she really could Sam. Sorry, can't go out and washing my hair for special k. Asians. She would really adorn herself and try to draw even more attention to her beautiful hair. She'd wear the set of twenty-seven specially made diamond and Pearl stars. And those kind of became associated with Elizabeth to see starves there, sometimes called she'd, give them as tokens to family members and ladies in waiting kind of like a calling card, almost and even her minimal use of makeup played into her own cult of beauty. She wanted to differentiate herself, her own natural looks that is from the painted ladies that she saw around her from the eighteen sixties onwards. He started to collect photos in Venice in eighteen sixty two she started an album, specifically about beauties and broke it up into different collections like, beauties from the east historical beauties dancers in skimpy outfits things like that, it's hard to think of C C entirely vein, though, she took a strong interest in the poor, and in particular the mentally ill dislike. Like her cousin Ludwig the second in eighteen seventy one her husband actually asked her what she liked for her saint's day. And she said she wanted a tiger. Cub and a medallion, but quote, a fully equipped lunatic asylum would please me most. I mean just exist strange, and it's important to remember when we when we talk about all these sort of eccentric things that she does, in her own cult of beauty. Just how popular she really was. I mean, people loved her. We talked a little bit about how much the Hungarians loved her, because she was interested in their culture in their cause, but the Austrians really came around two or two and she took care of the wounded during, or after a battle all and people just really gravitated toward her. But CC's life of eccentric rambling took a dark turn, when, in January eighteen eighty nine her son crown prince Rudolf killed himself in this bizarre. Murder suicide with his seventeen year old mistress than when we gotta talk about Rudolph for just a minute. Here, he was also kind of an odd ball, he believed that his father's views were really old fashioned, and like his mother, CeCe who wanted a looser court kind of a more liberal government. And he actually went as far as to write articles for a leading liberal newspaper under a pseudonym, which sounds pretty I mean I wonder how he got that role if he admitted who he was. And then sudden can't use my name, but that's a pretty radical thing for the crown prince to be doing. And he also socialize. With people we, we talked about how strict that court etiquette was he socialized with people who are outside of his class. He had a lot of Jewish, intellectual friends and all of this instead of making him kind of the new guard. Maybe as he was hoping really made him an outcast with his father and with the aristocracy as a whole, and as a result, he was allowed no part in government and married off to a Belgian Princess and clearly deeply unhappy and disturbed and so he entered. Into a suicidal packed with teenage Baroness Marie that SRA and it's possible he I asked one of his other mistresses to take part in the pact. But was refused gadgets, don't get any ideas that they were some kind of star crossed lovers seems like he really just wanted somebody who agreed. Yeah. Exactly. So the resulting deaths were called Mayerling incident and they were a huge scandal in the emperor, tried to cover up all the facts of the case. And there are some conspiracy theories surrounding this, right. Yeah. I mean, the main one is that Rudolf didn't I kill his lover and then commit suicide, but was in fact, murdered and the young Baroness was murdered as well to make it look like it was a murder suicide. That's the main theory. But there are lots of them through regardless of how it happened. C C was truly devastated by her son staff. She took to wearing mourning for the rest of her life and just to give you some context to Rudolph's death. Wasn't just one unhappy. Event in her life, it came right in the middle of a string of family tragedies in the first year familiar with because we talked about it. Pretty recently in our emperor, Maximilian of Mexico episode. He was, of course, her brother-in-law and was executed in eighteen sixty seven after that his wife Carlotta was driven mad another one. We've talked about before in eighteen eighty six CC's beloved cousin Ludwik, the second drown or died under some kind of mysterious circumstances. Then in eighteen ninety six another brother in law. Carl Ludwig died from a parasite after drinking from the river Jordan, and then the less blow really came in eighteen ninety seven when CC's sister Sophie, who is wants a fiancee of Ludvig died in a fire at a Paris charity bizarre. So even before some of those later events happen, even after the death of Rudolf CeCe was afraid that she was going to go crazy from. All of the grief in her life, go mad and according to that history today article, we mentioned she stopped writing poetry. She kind of encouraged her husband and his relationship with the actress Katharina Schratt. And she went on to become his main companion really for the rest of his life. We need to talk about something constipation abdominal pain, and bloating, you tell yourself. It's not that bad. You take laxatives, and modify your diet and exercise routine, but thinking about it all the time is frustrating. Do you find yourself making up excuses instead of admitting to people that you don't wanna go out because you're worried about leaving home, despite your best efforts to feel better your symptoms? Keep coming back if this feels all to relatable, you are not alone. If your gut symptoms return again, and again, and you don't know why it might be time to seek help like thirteen million others. 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This was perfect timing for a twenty year old anarchists named Luigi Lucchini, who was looking to kill someone important his original target had been prince on redo or Leone who was supposed to visit Geneva. But the prince never showed up. And so when Latini saw the Austro-Hungarian impressed was in town, he decided she'd make a suitable replacement, especially since she wore all black and would be easy to spot so on September tough. He approached. C C N her lady in waiting on the street and stabbed her with a homemade vile and an. Initially CC didn't even realize that she had been stabbed, because she wore such thick corset. She thought she'd just been pushed to the ground, so she got up. She quickly walked to the ship on Lake Geneva, that she had been bound, for and at that point, she collapsed, and died soon after the file turned out to have barely struck her heart. So the assassin was easily arrested taken in, and he explained how he had wanted to kill somebody powerful, and said, quote, only he who works may eat which turned out to be a really peculiar statement in light of CC's eating disorders. But he also admitted that he really didn't know who she was. He just knew that she was somebody important he had no knowledge of all of her charitable deeds, her trying to help mentally ill people and the poor all the things that made her such a popular figure with a lot of Europe and Latini wanted to be executed as a martyr for his crime. He asked to be killed, but he really should have picked the place where he committed his murder a little better because the death penalty had by that point been outlawed in Switzerland. So instead he got life in prison, and he hanged himself with a belt, many years later in nineteen ten supposedly after his memoirs had been confiscated. And of course Franz-Josef was deeply upset by what had happened when he heard that had been killed. He's supposed to have said, quote, you have no idea how much I loved this woman, and in light of all his family tragedy. He said, quote, nothing has been spared me in this world, fill a sad end to the love story of run the and facing hair. But there is a very macabre twist to the story to any known to believe is gonna like it 'cause terror is a preserved head waiting at the end of this podcast for all of us. So for eighty seven years after Elizabeth's death Geneva's morgue contained the decapitated head. Of the assassin, Luigi Lucchini, and in the nineteen eighties the head, which was preserved informality 'hide was sent to Austria. And there is a New York Times article from the eighties that quotes a doctor old rich fright, who is the chief of Geneva's institute of legal medicine. He said, quote, personally I am happy. We are rid of it. You could keep it for two hundred or three hundred years like that, I'd wanted to dispose of it, perhaps make a mass casting of the face. But the Austrians wanted it, perhaps, to see a piece of history of the Austro-Hungarian empire gets weirder than that, though. Because just a few years after the swap, it seemed like everybody had forgotten how the head got from Geneva in Austria in the first place. There's an article I found from the Lancet in the late nineties, and the head was by that point at the museum of pathology, and it was just a total puzzle to everyone how. Had gotten there Carl Holo bar, who is the chairman of the institute for the history of medicine figured quote. The Swiss probably thought my God, what do we do this, we'll give it to Austria? So like that they kinda -ssume that the Swiss didn't want the head and figured Austria would really offered did want the head. Right. And I would just like to point out that I'm not the only one in the studio who's interested in head. I think you started you started the trend. So unlike head Kelly's head that we discussed a few episodes ago. No one wanted this creepy experimented on head of Luccin, the pathology museum director at the time or curator at the time even said that the head was quote of no scientific worth, and they'd been trying to get permission to have it interred for years. And that finally happened in two thousand and you know why it happened. Why because people kept on coming to the museum because empathy is still so popular people would come like on the day. She was assassinated, and try to see the head. And one of the stipulations of the HUD, being transferred to Austria, was that it would not be on public view because let's just no too gross and creepy. It's, it's I mean ahead and formaldehyde come on with that, in the stipulation that they signed this gross, and creepy, and you can't do it. Those are, that's my interpretation of, of the transfer. So I think closing with that head pretty much wraps up the story of cici's murderer. Staff. But I mean I wanted to talk a little bit more about who she was and the things that made her so unusual for her time has strange. It is that those things are, are common now or or not unusual at all the extreme dieting exercising the being obsessed with her hair, and aging, and losing her beauty, all things that, just a few decades later really wouldn't make her stand out at all wouldn't have been a big deal and yeah, that's a good point. She wants wrote to her daughter Marie Valerie, quote, marriage is a nonsensical institution. One is sold off, as a fifteen year old child taking an oath that one does not understand cannot revoke and then regrets for thirty years, or more. I just thought that was an interesting quote to end on, because, you know, after we told this whole story about the love story with Franz Josef, it gives you a different idea of how she felt when she got married. Thank you so much for joining us on this Saturday. If you have heard an Email address, or Facebook, URL, or something similar over the course of today's episode since it is from archive that might be out of date, now you can Email us at history podcast at how stuff works dot com, and you can find us all over social media at missed in history. And you can subscribe to our show on apple podcast Google podcast, the iheartradio app and wherever else he listened to podcasts. Stuffy missed in history classes, a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. This week on ephemeral. 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We Dont Need to Destroy the Global Economy to Save the Planet. Instead, We Can Strengthen Both
"We. Don't need to destroy the global economy to save the planet instead. We can strengthen both Biza. Bostian Courts Zebedee on court says Federal Chancellor of Austria and Chairman of the Austrian People's Party. The covid nineteen crisis has been a reminder to all of us that when it comes to getting things done pragmatism trump's ideology yet. The public debate around climate change is often polarizing and simplified. We are frequently told that we face a choice between saving the economy and the environment. This is false. We can tackle climate change, transform our economies, and at the same time be better off than before in Austria in Europe and all over the world, the required response however must come from the political center and not the fringes. If we are to use this moment as an opportunity to rebuild and perhaps rethink our societies, our political leaders must together develop a narrative for a green transformation that counters. The radical solutions presented by populists. We cannot afford the denial and skepticism of the far right as it might soon be too late to prevent irrevocable harm to our climate. Equally we should wear proposals from the far left, which instead of fixing our system often advocate breaking it in favor of a socialist centralized state in green disguise. We must be very clear. collectivist ideas of Centralization, prohibition and paternalism have failed always no matter where they came from ideologically they caused social injustice, economic misery, and much worse. They will not suddenly he us now, if we want to effectively fight climate change, and at the same time, stay on the path of economic progress, we should build on the best model. Human history has seen liberal democracy based on a free market economy and the rule of law. As with any societal model, we need to continuously improve it. Most of US would probably agree that economic growth is always a means to an end never an end in itself the end really is well being prosperity, health and quality of life so naturally we must not let our drive for economic progress damage. Our will being along the way as we have in the past with carbon emissions and other forms of pollution. We will not make progress by suddenly trying to change what we are doing today we will still produce trade and consume goods globally and use electricity, heating and transportation individually in the foreseeable future, instead the key will be changing how we do things going forward sourcing from renewable energy building with biodegradable materials, powering our travels with synthetic fuels, reducing co two levels through carbon, capture and other promising technologies. The key to all of this will be innovation, and there is no better breeding ground for innovation than a free and open system that enables entrepreneurs, employees, scientists and civil society to generate new ideas and reap their benefits. Governments need to ensure this system is embedded in a regulatory environment that incentivizes the rapid reduction in co, two emissions and other harmful effects of consumption. Europe can and should play a leading role in developing and exporting these innovations and thus be the driving force behind the global transition towards a green economy. We have the economic strength to bring forth global market leaders and a regulatory environment that Canon force change on the continent. There is broad consensus that climate change needs to be tackled now. The European leaderships green deal which offers a roadmap to a low-carbon economy, is an ambitious first step worth building on in Austria. My party's coalition government with the Green Party has recently passed an investment package of more than six billion euros, six point, eight billion dollars of which a significant proportion goes into renewable energy railway expansion for a station and incentives for green investments we have. have. Committed to Carbon Neutrality by twenty forty many other governments have made similar plans and pledges. We must not let the fight against climate change become a partisan issue. The stakes are simply too high in the end, success will build on contributions from each and every one of us as countries, communities and individuals, it will be the day to day decisions in our politics, workplaces and personal lives that will bring lasting change. The younger generation is rightly pushing for this change to come today rather than tomorrow we must ensure that our liberal or is ready to deliver it.
#18 My Tooth
"Hello and welcome to episode 18 of the this & that English podcast. My name is Alan. And I am here to help you improve your English through listening. This podcast is especially for intermediate or lower-intermediate learners of English but of course, everyone is welcome to listen as I talk about this and that. Hello again in today's episode. I wanted to talk about my tooth, tooth. Just one tooth. I'm going to talk about one tooth Em... A tooth, you know teeth, toothbrush, toothpaste, a tooth, a tooth is in your head. You use the teeth to bite things with so i'm going to talk about trouble I had with one tooth. How old was I? I'm not sure. I was in my mid-twenties in my mid twenties. Maybe twenty-five, twenty-six years old and i quit my job at a computer company in ireland and decided to go to Austria and work as a dishwasher on a ski resort. Actually when i was twenty one i had worked there before and i had enjoyed it and this time, I went there with a girlfriend. That's not so important. But when i arrived i had a toothache and then on the day i was supposed to start to work. I woke up and my face was swollen that means my face had become very big because maybe i had an infection in my tooth. I had a cavity. I had one bad tooth. "Mushiba", "Mushiba" in Japanese. I had one bad tooth and em... so the boss of the restaurant I was working in, he sent me to the dentist. In Austria, they are quite... well... I can't speak for everywhere in austria b ut the job was four probably not the right word. How do i explain. So i have medical insurance and my company. The restaurant and the government take care of their workers in australia. Or that's how it seems to be seemed to be when i was there so what that means is when i went to the dentist i didn't have to pay for the dentist for the treatment and so i went to the dentist on. I got some treatment because my my face was so infected my mouth affected. It was very big. They couldn't treat my too so well. And i have to go back and then i have to go back on a day off so on the next day off i went back in. They have to wait in the dentist's office for a little bit. And then they treated my tooth and then but still it was too early to finish treatment and they said i had to come back again the next week and in this job i only have one day off and so going to the dentist on my day off. Every time was a little bit tedious. It was something i didn't really want to do. I wanted to ski basically or this time. Actually i wanted to snowboard. I had bought myself snowboard. And i wanted to go snowboarding on my day off. Of course but because of the tooth problem. I have to go to the dentist on my day off and then i didn't have much time for snowboarding and i was just learning how to snowboard. I needed time. I don't know how many times i went to a dentist. But at one point and he put in temporary feeling. And i had no pain my face back to normal and then i. I skipped the next few appointments. No and i didn't actually go back to the dentist in australia. Which is crazy now. That i think about it. If i had continued to go back to the dentist in austria it would have cost me nothing and then my two would have been retired. But yeah i was stupid so anyway. They put into temporary temporary feeling and when my job finished in australia back to ireland. The you know. It's a ski resort so it was a temporary job and then i went back to ireland after some time. After a couple of months. I guess temporary feeling started to wear away and then the pain came back and i had to go to the dentist again so i went to dentist in case in ireland town near near. Dublin is a very very good dentist. I don't remember his name. David door or something like a very very good. I've never before or after being treated by a dentist. Such him like most dentists. When you have a problem even if you don't have a problem it's uncomfortable you know with things being stuck in your mouth and and there's always some little bit of pain here or cheer but even though i had a kabardian i was in pain. He didn't cause me much pain. A tall and It's like magic. It's like magic. He didn't even use a us. An aesthetic like painkiller to stop the pain so much anyway. That's another story. We'll probably another story. That's the whole story anyway. So i got some treatment there and so this is the second country. I'm getting treatment for the same. And he put in another temporary feeling. But i couldn't go back to see him because why waiting for my next appointment. I got my visa. My working holiday visa to go to austria and then i went to australia and i kind of forgot about Temporarily filling in my math but the temporary filling that he put in my mouth was much stronger than the temporary felling. They put in australia so it lasted a long time. I don't remember but maybe one year on the half years or so and then one day the pain came to my face suddenly and the cavity was like a striking again and the pain was was was very. It was pretty bad. You know anybody who's had about toothache will understand how much it hurts so i went to the dentist. Clinic had several several than this four five dentists in this clinic and i got some treatment than they put another temporary filling in intent me home and then when i got home the pain came back worst than ever. All i could do was lie on my bed on. Hold my face for a couple of hours. I couldn't talk. I couldn't walk. I couldn't do anything. But eventually i guess you know. I started to get used to the pain. I wasn't happy. Of course. But i was able to stand up when i stood up when i went back to the dentist but i was very upset. You know because. I was in extreme pain very rarely in my life. Lie being in such pain so much pain that all you can do is lie down. Hold your face anyway. So i went back to the dentist and i said i said like dentists heart me. Please help me fix. It and i was so angry as outlook. I'm not paying. Because he didn't do it right last time but indian they refuse to treat me. Of course you know. If i'm not going to pay them wire they're gonna treat me. I shouldn't have said anything. i should have. Just got my treatment. I but anyway they didn't treat me all. I do get some painkillers. And then i'm not sure. I think it was a saturday or sunday. So the next day i went to another dentist near very near where i was living in sydney and i told him the story and he knew that clinic. Of course it's not so far away either and actually it used to be his clinic and those dentists bought duck clinic from him and then he started his own like one month clinic and he said he heard this kind of story a few times before and he wants but He wanted me to go to the clinic and get my and bring them to him because you know of their their past relationship. He didn't want them to feel. He was stealing their customers or something like that their patients and he didn't want them to sink like he was you know taking their customers. Something something like that so he asked me to go to the clinic. And get the get x-rays basically the idea was just to save a bit of money. If he rayed me have to pay for those xrays so i went back to the clinic but they wouldn't give me the xrays they'll give them to the dentist but not to me so i told after the new dentists he said okay and then he got the rays and then he started to treat me he was quite a good dentist but before my treatment was finished i left australia. Had another temporary feeling on my very back to us so that was three countries. I had already been treated in three countries on four dentists so far for the same tooth then i came to came to japan Then i think at some point i. The pain came back to the tooth. And i found an english-speaking dentists in tokyo so i went to the tokyo on that dentist in and i started to get treatment but the dentist was very expensive and they use them take insurance. I didn't have insurance. I knew at that point so it didn't matter was very expensive. And then they told me how much this treatment is gonna cost. And i didn't want to pay so much money for this treatment so i didn't go back there again. So that was Treatment in four four countries in the fifth district is that right extent and so then i talked to one of my friends always working with the japanese. The japanese woman and one of her friends was a dentist so she introduced me to the friend. He said he would treat. Treat me a little bit cheaper. So i went to him But to to to problems three problems. Maybe so this'll be dentists number six and then this number one. I think he wasn't the very good dentist. And then i think he. He chipped away and broke more of my tooth that than that. Dan needed to be broken to put in the crown and so but he treated me and this time. Finally i got the permanent crown but part of that was the problem on the ground was a silver crowned very common in japan to get the silver crown but in ireland. It's not so common has has a bad image. So i didn't like the way it looked in my mouth for sure but on top of that maybe worse than that was. I could feel the crown in my mouth all the time. I was aware of it. I was conscious of it. Mike mike tongue would always go over to touch it. And i didn't like that. It just didn't feel natural so so so I wasn't. I wasn't happy about that but that crown saw what's up i went to. I went to another dentist this time in australia. So we've just added another country. Austria ireland australia japan and new zealand. But i was only in new zealand for a holiday so they wouldn't have time to replace my crown. I think that's what happened in your and then but still i was determined to get rid of this crown. I remember when i opened my mouth. And they look in and he didn't know me or he didn't know her. I came from but he looked at my mouth and they said you had treatment. You had dental work done in. Japan didn't john so he could tell he knows what japanese dental treatment looks like. That's kind of shocker. Anyway i went back came back to japan living in oklahoma at that point and i found another dentist and english speaking dentist in tokyo but she had very good recommendation. Her name was now go freeman. I guess her husband's name was freeman. And i think. I think i remember she had. She had the studied to be a dentist in australia anyway. She was very good. I replaced my a silver crown with a white crown. They're finally and then it also. It was comfortable. I can still notice. It feels different than my other teeth. But it doesn't feel unnatural if you know what i mean so that was another another dentist of lost count now but as a lot of dentists so anyway Those are of small Dare and so. That crown lasted a a long time. And then i'm not quite sure what what happened. But after i moved to okinawa and i had problems with that tooth again i feel like i'm missing one step of the story but in the end the to i guess the damage was too big in that tooth so one day i was eating and then suddenly i thought that tooth is gone and then the tooth had fallen into tiny little pieces in my mass it had just broken into tiny pieces of tooth and i had lost my tooth so anyway i i now have no to swear. That should be home. Many dentists was that many countries. So i had treatment in austria ireland australia japan new zealand zoll five countries five countries in australia. One dentist ireland. One dentist Australia to dentists. Japan three dentists four dentists new zealand dentist so ninety dentists and i'd treatment in five country five it cost me thousands of dollars hundreds and hundreds of thousands of the an just to treat one tooth. If i had had the to treated properly in austria. The first time none of these problems would have happened. So by not fixing the problem airlie. I cost myself a lot of money. And i cost myself a lot of time. So the lesson here is aired. Here is better if you have a problem. Fix it as soon as possible to connect this to studying a language studying english. It's better to study hard as much as possible when as early as possible it will. It will save you money and it will save you time in the long run so if you for example if you study if you go to an english language school once a week maybe for twenty years. It's gonna cost you a lot of money on people do that. I see it all the time but imagine and instead of once a week for twenty years you go four times a week for two years. I guarantee you. Your english will be much better if you can talk if you can practice talking almost every day and during the week. It's much better than studying once a week. I'm not saying that you should go and sign up to the english language school because they can be expensive but you should try as much as possible to study hard early as possible. It will save you time and money in the long run or get get. Thank you for listening to episode. Eighteen of the distant english podcast. My name is alan. If you have any comments or feedback if you have any questions or suggestions please contact me on twitter. My handle is twitter e. n. no. It's not my handle is this and espn jeep. All one word. He hates. I s. a. n. d. t. h. a. n. g. or you can contact me on my website at this english dot com. Thanks for listening.
2020/08 The President of Austria
"This is Fox. Tros live on. Amc grandstader James. At man with your house band Michelle three and the door orchestra another week of Self Isolation. But he's in light at the end of the tunnel the Formula One. Have you left the light on in the spare bedroom? Money's Michael Manado joining me as always FRY satellite Israel. James should be so lucky to have a long had a blackout and Aragon battery on this laptop. Yes and this microphone. It's good he thought ahead. You keep your things charge. You always have to be ready for the apocalypse. I really wish I had the foresight like the some of the great people that we have worked with over these markle. Who is stashed books about stave war stored cans of Campbell's Soup? It of Stockpiled Fax Torna in the uniform shelter. Maybe not the unabomber south one day. Never know the end of the world. You're GonNa get spam facts so you're going to be ready. I did you Nari and I read this on twitter so it must be true. And I haven't verified mark but I believe it to be true. Is that The good people At Wimbledon Championships. They have paid are the lost ark in seventeen years Some something like five million dollars per year in pandemic insurance them like thirty million dollars. Apparently they get cashed at one hundred forty million bucks. Hattie alike it. Why didn't we take out? David cheers. We really should have done that. We really should have gone ahead. We'll answer that question would probably weren't over the course of this week's episode plus what will be the first race of the season. No one knows but helmet vodka reckons. He might plus how he's one copying the NFL draft is much difference between driving. And I felt cody. Yes there is but maybe there's less than we thought. That's all of box of mutual. When I was young Bob Sean McGinley fairness he said F one his bullshit because just go round in circles. They don't go anywhere. I wonder if DOT Biz talk took out for Wimbledon to invest intended. Can sure it does pose. Adoptees have insurance that is an important question unite tomato while since on box neutrals. We've really mentioned bit. Beause adoptees which is alternative website now. Yeah actually legit website name. So I was very conscious of that. I did have to check it with our made. The McGinley Motorsport IRA delivery of actual because I'd upbeat was sort of one of the primary sponsors of the rice team didn't go to a porn site thankfully not. I would have made more money out of points ought to be honest. So maybe maybe I should. Maybe I should do that in future. Listen learn bainer big booming. Yeah that's an activity. You may not of course you mean getting rid of your good your excess goods for cash. Absolutely absolutely absolutely does a bit of a Greenpeace. I've done the same thing. So all my subscriptions you hit the sort of cancel busted and Microsoft. Three six five comes up and says are you sure we'll give you a three months free exchange. Should you do the same thing on porn hub as well with different? Aw Aw I appreciate how long the setup along with three five three unusual Jesus good are real real hot for actually for eight episodes. I enjoyed that. Those were good Look let's talk a little bit about laced at least a little bit because we still won't they have is your every week. I think I've got to put a share together. There's nothing going on and then actually things do happen often. Things are happen immediately after the end of this recording. So probably everything we're talking about. We have the diaper. It's just a classic box of neutrals way. Obviously the formula and season hasn't started yet. This was meant to have been the Chinese grown pre weekend. The weekend just passed. It wasn't obviously. That was the first rights to be cancelled. And we're still at least what I'm looking at my calendar now two months away from the first race that hasn't been canceled but that would be the French grown pray. Mary's bad news almost certainly because France is likely to be cancelled soon because the French government has banned mass gatherings up until July. I believe it is which would encompass the twenty eight June dice Belgium to even though that's why further away. That's at the end of August thirtieth of August. Dave extended their bands on these kind of gatherings until the until September I think with the end of August so they also in-depth neither has at the time recording confirmed the cancellation. That's two more European races. On account of that doesn't really feature that many European races gone. Yes certainly over in France as well very outspoken member of the media fellow by the name of Sam. Well Newman protested on the trumpster allays. I wearing a foolproof where fireproof suits protested against to wine in front and then update this feature full Gary when he was really purchasing instituted in France cancel can net net. So this is one of the things I've been learned of. It tried skills my workplace have said today also you. You should try to learn something of the luck Dan here yeah. I suggest that I wanted to play the piano. But instead I've learned how to do a seventy impersonation and I'm very happy with it for wake one awake one debut Sam well new modern impression. Negeri alright actually just once. He's not like your sentence or whatever the sentence you need to get into the impression and Yeah correct Gary Anyway Sam. Well Newman's not not happy that he comp like Gulf War Guy motoracing in that inning gets on these protests city. It would've made pretty good if he had. When did you can get one in the mail? Everybody all so those rights a likely to be off the calendar one rice so far that he's suddenly looking very likely to happen. Increasingly likely to happen is the first race of the season. He's The Australian growing pretty which is currently scheduled for the fifth of July. So that is a long way away. That's two two and a half months from now. I think that saves me not only might be going ahead. These according to quotes from Helmet Monaco reported by F. One insider dot com is a hyphen. That if you want to look it up as well. They seem to races to whole races in Austria. One on the fifth of the original date and one of the twelfth which is the subsequent weekend obviously because Australia. I feel like they're doing ripe. This whole virus situation and beginning to loosen restrictions. The government's already said that it won't stand in the way of hosting the Grand Prix providing can abide by social distancing rules and those kinds of things which is good for the race. Obviously it's red bull backed which means it doesn't matter how much money it loses. It can afford it. The only question really is whether or not anyone will be allowed to leave their home country to attend the race direct and ED spoke. Australian may remember Feld. He's here you've got to kidding that we're going to have a motorized financing Josh. Nick stole to Australia Australia. Hungary right right it's Do speak the same language. They speak the same way late. Okay so the Angela. Austria like the more popular version of Jimmy like they've got like Nice Mountains and the Internet faster so people because I guess it probably kind of the Canadian Germany kind of isn't it. Maybe that's right. He's Austria to mail a box features DOT COM. He's Austria Germany's New Zealand. That's a terrible said to lay said Cola the Chancellor Chancellor Alexander van der Bellen someone's had a quick. Google doesn't have a chance la. I know it's such a better name isn't it? Like a premium is pretty good sheet wrong. Chance Saw Tyler. Chansa could actually. How many chanceless you want NASA Talk Shit? I heard some people appreciate that. I appreciate you that we'll get help someone looking so just to clarify with as chancellor and then there's a prison officer is well. Okay so which one is letting the rice happen the bell and is the president. Saddam carrots is the chancellor of government. It's a good life. You don't boggles my mind is that Russia has a prime minister and a president and sometimes both Ladimir Putin he was Prime Minister for Walter. Remember it's like get out of its fraternity was what he's nineteen seen as president allegedly announced personality and he essentially. What you do with Netflix? Whereas you just change the email to the free trial try the same big. Exactly what you're doing a lot of that. For the past month exhausting. The population diverse pretty big recently valid. So the Austrian Grand Prix seems likely to be the first race which is good news. Obviously if only the one and for Australia formula would then go to Great Britain to Silverstone assuming that could happen and you'd think that if they could all leave and go to Australia considering most of the teams of based in England probably they'd be allowed to go home and then maybe do that rice. Maybe who knows? You'd think they think about this beforehand. But this is one they do silverstone. They wasn't report from race. Fans that silverstone was actually being investigated as to whether or not they could have three races in a row. Incredible twelve to the twenty. Sixth I think was the weekend. They're looking and then hungry could happen. But who really knows what's going on. In Hungary these days on the second of August and then it'd be the midseason break but then forget Ross brawn whoever's in charge of the sport these days has said essentially that you should forget about the counters. We know it because it won't look anything really especially by the time we get to the mid season break. That gap will definitely be filled by something. Hopefully we'll be fooled by something so really. The calendar will look very different. Once we get past those first few races if indeed they happen. He's saying that's from rice fans dot net marco. Well the three superstar in three races in a row was a race fans dot net story. I believe Yeah Right. I think you'll cash must be differed on your computer because all I could say at the moment is an eight thousand word Virgin Australia. Why Say Bureau? Data Rankin doesn't worse than Aeroflot's is a very rough very rough description. I would sell. I have to say you can look it up but Data's twitter can't tell him that he's wrong because I've never flown era. Has Anyone here? Flown Aeroflot mate. I saw on the news in the wake. There was footage of an Arrow floatplane handing sidewise. Ed Court did see that. That's never happened here. You're telling me you're telling me that. Aol On these worse than arrows flow to fossil headed and you can tell the serious because there was no impression to them. She you float on on kids. Get Real you blow. What was the old joke? Would we have paid to begin on the show? We had McGinley airline sort of early sixteen facilities at a sixty one passage or something like that because the other way around actually blonde that Clinton apply comical. Yeah we'll find it. We'll play it if you hearing it now than we founded soaking congratulate. Us plays really. Someone didn't do them. That's probably so. That's the state of play with degrading at the summaries. That Formula One may be able to start in July. There has been a date set. I don't know if we'd been in the program before by. Ross Perot and that. If we stop by October you can forget it. You can stick it right and left because the questions still leaves win so that so okay. Let's say started nostra that Austria do silverstone. Let's say that can happen hungry. Maybe not Belgium by the sounds of it in Italy who knows considering wonder is pretty much right in the middle of the worst affected regions of Italy. So that's the one two three three three European races. We need ice and need to be on three different continents. I don't think there hasn't been brexit yet. So England Stupidity Europe's that's not gonNA count unfortunately for them and then so you still quite a challenge is what I'm saying. It's still quite a bit of challenge to make this count. Come to come together because unless you can squeeze maybe I mean Spain's pretty badly fixed point. I know we were talking about months in advance but still maybe unless you you squeeze some European races then back into August. Everything's better or September but after that it's too cold so it's still very challenging for the season to come together. What about the back to backgrounds prayed? Let's say we have the full versions of the British roll. We'll call them different names. I one ones the you're paying growing parade. One is the Republic of Northern Ireland. One is wild. One is a Protestant grown for a hundred S. I love man all of man. Could you call one? European pray co won the English chrome. Yes the Gripe break. Why do you not growing the chaff? Grown busy four nine hundred. Do you know do you know what's crazy? Is that out of all the sporting event in the world. The one that laced expected them to cancel on. Health and safety grants was the was the of man in the band cancels their event because they concerned about health and safety dreams of the corona virus. You know your sheets going down the aisle of like. They're you know it's pretty. We've got to wait and say hey this one just quickly as well. We don't mention it very often on the program. Max Moseley your. There's a documentary made about him at some point and it came in. Well maybe you never did because of the virus but it was meant to come out in a film festival in recent months as anyone says anyone even heard of it. It's anyone saint because it's blacklisted. On Google you say the search for it anyway. He's talking to someone and he says they should just cancel the whole season. Pretty much. Like Bernie ECCLESTON did. When's the last time they agreed anything all the time and he says it'd be good anyway. Thought we mentioned that but one positive bright note perhaps is that someone's also being talking to old maid Sapang International Circuit in Malaysia. Which why not? They've got either changing administrators old mate whose name I forget. I'm not even GONNA. He also ran. Emoji pays him. He's left the circuit to run motor. Gp full-time and so they've got a new administration. So the guy who said if one was no good as gone and this new guy who says if you might be right in the right conditions is in charge and he said Look Sapan could host sniff wondering if conditions are correct that is important potentially withstanding the militias also being affected by this of course. Because who's to say that if one rocked up in October when we used to go there maybe they could have a race there in building up the rice in climates. That would be good if they could do. Motor J. used to do with testing at Phillip Island Internet November. So maybe we could have you know the Estrela growing pray Sort of back to back we have a we have a motor. Jp Random Phillip Island and then Yeah Albacore on pre unluckily to happen to tell you the truth but but imagine it but imagine that imagine that is coming Full Circle. Is it really circuit? That will be responsible for discussions. Our is immortalized in government to get involved. Well you know. The second would probably negotiate. But it's eventually going to have to ask for the money you'd think and look. I don't know a lot about and it depends. I guess on what the travel restrictions aren't Tim's of you know foreign people and and stuff whether they need to have the NRL's saw or insane hub. Somewhere in Regina well. This is the big question as well. This is the thing that really comes down to is even you an increasingly countries getting the virus under control the some amount even if under control does mean still thousands of people reporting you infections daily as is still the case in several parts of the world. Even if let's talk about by August then we start to get those numbers back down to manageable levels like Ustralia for example. A sitting at this point in time restrictions on travel is still a big question. I know that might be less less difficult in Europe given that they essentially act as one giant block for the purposes of travelling at the moment. But you think that that would come back relatively quickly compared to the rest of the world in an international sense but once Europe is got done once. You'd have as many races in Europe as you can. Will you be able to travel internationally and freely because we can earn really? Take these straightening example. It's the example we know relatively intimately on this program is that we're being told essentially forget international travel for the year pretty much and if we're being told that and everything's pretty override in Australia. What's the rest of the world going to be like? That's still the big question here. We talked about this. Gradual comeback to normality physiologically. It probably will return to fundamentally a European championships so for those who long lamented sort of the international expansion into we'd wonderful territories around the world. You may get his info big wish but seriously it could well. That's that's what they're gonNA have to do for a brief period of time and then it but that's always up all sorts of know what if said Butts for all the other events so I could save what happens to. Let's Melvin for example. We if we don't say international travel for twelve months for example so familiarly that runs into twenty twenty one as well. So does that mean. We could end up posting rice in October November incident. On that to tell you the truth I wouldn't mind meld them. Main the season call us up. Big Interesting wouldn't it? It'd be pretty good well as an example. I know nothing's being confirmed but he's straight and open which is in January is already making plans for the situation where they might not be La have fans. They haven't talked about having the open but just show that these restrictions are extending into the new year. Who knows the bottom line is a no one really knows anything and delightful place to be before. We don't want a wonder which is when the which is going to be the first four in the one driver. That says I don't believe in. Vaccinations will opt out. Just quickly mail. Box Dot Com. Not only where have you know? Pain vaccinated unusual. What would comprise? You'll ideal let's call it the colonial world championship of just European races. What tracks would you go to want just like tracks when with a lot went to in the nineties email everyone talks? I don't want him a la. Don't talk about him La. Don't talk about Portugal. That was just give me some. Give me some Skua. European cirque was. Listen yes what about that one? We're talking about a couple of weeks ago. Those essentially job happy. That was pretty good. I can't remember when that were Donnington. WanNa know mailbox you just dot com or find a twitter facebook all these replaces. What would make up your colonial world championship. Trials like eleven auto enrolled James. Nobody else. It's box of neutrals eight weeks pretty much into isolation and not you loving it especially considering that we're probably several months away from Formula One. Good I'm you know what are actually In terms of at least box of neutrals land mine the inside add Saad broadcast. We've got ended up. Here's the thing is that I don't want it to be over just as I've adjusted to it. I wanted to go for a little bit. It's almost like someone was trying to convince you to do these ages ago but it seems silly at the time that was when we were in opposition. Now Larry Policy when we're making the Best Marco Kurz. Now here's the Guy Judge of Australia suggestion. Kitson related taste speaking of Sebastian. Figure that same. We'll remind he's he's speaking to the former the website or welled up and he says a new deal for him at Ferrari is the likely before the season starts hard to know if that was more commentary on whether or not the season will start this year but he seemed confident in text-form he'd be speaking at Ferrari and I guess everything is pointing in that direction. If not just because this seems like maybe this season we'll get underway and we'll have the right number everything we find but this is like a bit of a we'd season isn't it feels like really we want to look ahead to next year the after to reset all these contracts and stuff so sorry. I got distracted by Mike. Robinson wearing a She looks alright. Giggling fishing he's making a political protest. Now he's the he's not he's not he's not he's literally just GonNa leave that. I don't WanNa get sued account or no Kaunda Ferrari. Oh yeah yeah so. He ruled out when he was asked. Would you return to Red Ball? He said we'll never say never a said there are many things in life. You never say never four. You'd hopefully never say never going back to prison for example but in terms of going back to Red Bull. I think he would. He said he would entertain that thought. That was more of a philosophical question for him so it wasn't a yes. I'm speaking with Hell Marco and coming back with Talbot's corona camp. We're imagine if he did it. It'd be weird. I mean. Imagine if Sebastian went back it'd be anyone who goes back to red bull. It's weird especially Sebastian. Because because Alex like why would you get rid of Alex smiling because Max because Max step and is going to be safe houses but there's no room for Sebastian? Even even if you wanted to come home. It's sort of goes against the purpose. If what Red Bulls if they said no to Fernando old man Alonso truly the same has to be applied to all Manville. I don't think Ferrari against winning. Now the drive is on China Red Bull against putting young drivers and teddy younger scrape anymore. Well they're trying to kill them in cried. Avars can't religiously Christian for Red Bull is that let's I and I didn't think it will happen and I hope it doesn't happen. That doesn't do well this year. Right let's see bombs. He does what he lost. He wasn't very good. I think it's GonNa Happen. I hope it doesn't happen but let's just say for example does guys. He's looking at Tahrir also but he couldn't cut red bullied. They couldn't next Amax. Maybe they give them another guard because you know he's learned but probably the way then you drive. He's had too many chances as not going to go back at that point with no one else in the junior talent pipeline ready to come to Formula One. Then maybe they'll be forced to look at drivers who are already established but it is very new. You get the sense that helmet nocco would really be going back through his contact book to find anybody who would do it other than a driver. He doesn't own. He's like Rupert Murdoch and Prime Minister's own them so I I wonder I wonder what the conditions would have to be if they would bring someone in. That wasn't part of the program. Well Sebastien border was what example ridden hotly so basically you have to you have to be sacked there or have a somehow had a loose connection and tested with payment on point and impress them but I think I think the question is would. Is it really going to be case of? I'd I'm still of the opinion special for Ferrari. That's that's that's stumps boys he. He'll be done with one. I think. I think it's more of a Aric in the Non Wad will will sports comedy year rider right now. I only want od be peddling that Danny Ricardo. To Ferrari Ruben meal. I'd say more than usual. Whatever geeze I started a exercise bicycle has always say to get to the maximum gear. So you're you recognize it's going to happen you're on the money I reckon roadster Damase dramas failty me waters my recording from the toilet. We've got trouble for that well. Why didn't say why didn't say that they'll be news? I guess one way or another. He says new deal likely. But you don't know what the deal is. He could become an engineer. I don't know the answer in the middle of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend. What L. Before if he won three. I don't even remember when the taxi. That's all I remember. Do you remember we're in that taxi? Was it that taxi. Taxi driver kept trying to frighten me by shouting at at my face. Sorry sorry markle molly distracted. I'm trying to. I'm watching a car. Having argument with the retrial was he made the truck tried to reverse to to the establishment across the right so the perils of Hamburg passing. I get distracted by the outside world. So why rightist? I should padded walls. Aaron I is it a bigger sheet forty I saw. We got in the way of a tram as well. You buzzer. Now you've just saying the very Nixon of a complete systemic collapse of the Melbourne public transport system the one true Delights Palace every tomorrow type guy to work. There's no point you're not gonNA get the bike. It probably running on line now. Let's see what other Madison format and they could be an error dynamic draft of sorts in Formula. One talking of is still trying to figure out ways to save money for some reason. They don't want to accept that if they just say they're going to spend less that they could do that. But they WANNA call with complicated ways to do it one of the ways and we mentioned this last week is that they might have tokens on how much Arrow development you can do. You currently changed so much of the car between twenty twenty and twenty three one one of the ideas and expansion on that idea. Is that the lowest placed team Williams at the end of this year. We'll be able to develop more than the highest place team. The Sadi's by being able to do more era development of because the season it's not confirmed or anything like that. It's something that's apparently raises potential talking point but that would be interesting and it kind of makes sense. Doesn't it that the the team? That was the worst should be able to have the most opportunity to be better draft. Basically so it's like you have the opportunity to I we. We've sort of hit rock bottom in terms of TAME. But let's use this opportunity to at least bank of the Tokens. They're famous word for the one in Connor revitalize system. Now I find it interesting. That Christian Horner has come up with the regime solution of introducing customer cars to the former the one grade. Look you can call me ropes to drama so comprehensive still distracted by the PRU truck but I still maintain that idea has merit because to be honest. Like Yeah Okay You. I could literally by Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes. Jp developed car. Whether I know how to run it if I took it to attract that Sandy. I'm sure there'd be played pay faster than me in that car because I wouldn't know how to set it up for that track united so it still relying on a team leading to understand it and bring the most out of that car. I do like that. I mean he said Skysports interview or something. Whatever it was as you meeting probably and I only read some reporting on. I didn't say because of Geo. Blocking of course they still kept that up in the corona virus and he mentioned it twice in two very distinct separate parts of the arrived there and really just wanted to say it. Good I if he wanted to Jeddah. Almost like is pushing agenda whereby red bull technology would make money by selling cars to other people incredible but on the other hand and they will. It's an expansion on this kind of thing pretty much the whole grid except for the top. Three teams obviously who make because and McLaren and right off the grid so half the grades already do by a lot of stuff from other people racing point or whatever they can be called. Maden actually know. Williams doesn't cynically actually no not that many people buy cars. It's not a good I don't like it. They should just make the cards just because they're not allowed to change very much. Between Twenty and twenty one williams. We'll be able to do more development. Maybe that'll be good. That'll be good. And maybe they'll keep that rule if they delay the new regulations. Ill Twenty three. Maybe they'll key for another year and actually it'll level the playing field just in time for the regulations of J. Sinai. I break in not like Williams is still going to be that twentieth on everyone else. That's probably true probably true. Just grab a couple of other quick talking points from the wake preseason testing could it be axed or at least reduced? It was only six days this year. I think six eight six something like that. But if the season was remarkable we've had more praise content then we've had any insight quite literally. We had dr in season content For from any from any Grand Prix. So Bay glad that Scott's bulls had wall-to-wall coverage and test. It looks stupid. Now do hi. This is the longest preseason we've ever had it's going to be very long strategies and now they're gonNA they're gonNA rush laws if they're gonNA run on instead dea. Could it be axed if they WANNA run the this year's season the twenty twenty two twenty one into January? They could that'd be right. They've got to keep the same chassis. Don't forget the arrows going to change. Because you're gonNA say the same. I think it'd be good. We don't need praises and testing time and time again. The teams proved that I really needed. I think that'd be Good Friday practice. Get Rid of practice as well. Getting rid of it. All just have Rice's just have a rice. I qualify qualifying. That's pretty good. Three Racist Story guys get it done. Get it out of the way in three different countries. Give it to Real Challenge. Shells the clerk. One the virtual Chinese Grand Prix I forget his. I think that's what they call it. And formula virtual there too many different virtual a-series virtual e series. But that doesn't make any sense because a series already virtual to save virtual e series. Doesn't mean it didn't happen. Yeah exactly it implies that it's not real easier a-series it's a pro. Nazi is the brand name to come up with something better than that. It's not good. Come on now. Sorry I take that back. It's called the as virtual grow impre series L. Except that ritual raise the virtual chinese-grown pray happened and shells. Leclerc one and these results. Quick because only like two weeks ago he'd never played seamy light and now he's won four races in a row in one. He won the Vietnamese home. Free OF ELVIS. Pock lost weight which is pretty good and then he won the charitable rice for the world which I think he set up so you could argue that he cheated but I don't think he did then he were on the voluptuous not the GP race whatever they probably Vietnam as well So that's another parallel series. And now he's one the Chinese Grand Prix which was in China. So he's doing very well however he did have a big crash quite a violent crash with George Russell in some kind of truck racing gates racing highway and they had to take the offer him and they both roll. Their trucks was quite aggressive. Go look it up. I've no idea what it was I. I literally watched my mates livestream euro truck simulator two good. Maybe you know what the best part was. Despite the fact that one of my mates was upside down and roll. Roll these truck over my other. Might got kicked out of the server. Though applying multiply he got kicked out of the on our why because he didn't have his head lots on because the guy was set off the six. Pm that doesn't tell you about the very particular audience soccer. I say they take the logistics very serious injuries monitoring fines. Imagine a series actually accused monitoring finds correct. That would be so good. That would be great just quickly on these strategy and erasing front supercars had their second weekend was a Wednesday so it wasn't a weekend of racing in two different countries. They could do it in Barcelona and Silverton Susan Bassolino. Yeah I think that was it and maximum Stefan was in it. He was a guest driver and he did really well a finished second three times. I think it was and if the back one because it was a risk but forget about that one it was. It was just interesting to say I regret. They didn't have a camera team like they had other drivers. I feel like it lacked a little bit there but it was interesting to say. He drew really quite well in this game again. It just it just shows the the level of experience required for full. They gained by rover. Any kind of taking your auto. Well Max Max is an absolute gun on on these things. Like the supercars thing. He had barely done any writing on A. He said Oh actually struggling because he was complaining that the cause locked up to as far as liking. Obviously the level of green is different to sign if one car but he was able to use. I guess he's racing knowledge credits to to very good use and and he could do it all racing not shape although I wasn't it now there's a subscription but then you go to buy different 'cause and tracks like that charity is cost me. Oh really yeah. It was like living dollars. Us Dole is so it's with the dollar a month at forty five dollars. Yeah so you're by the crap I wanted to but now it's like know I it's like a I don't want us. It's not an open source game. I think that's the wrong term but anyway but it's the simulation it's it's not like a it's not a game there's obviously a little work that goes involved into making the cause of the tracks really released and delivery via deliveries very good. Louise Community developed rather than something developed by on I. I don't think I don't think true but it's Somewhere in the middle. It's very it's it's yeah. It's not like a boss or something yard. Look at that some series champion and finding some money talk wolf after saying he wasn't GonNa Bind Aston. Martin he did less than one percent though. Mercedes said it was okay. He's still working beside these and Daniel Ricardo's apparently taking a pay cut. According to Cerullo beat bowl he says ricotta was amenable to suggestion. They should pay considering the situation considering most of the Renault Formula. One team in the UK is being food load. I believe the tell you pronounce that word and especially considering the Ricardo's estimated to in something like forty million dollars a year so that's a that's lot of money on him taking a pay cut. Everyone's GonNa take something I guess. Especially if you earned that much cuts. Who knows chosen? It's mcdade Lima. Driving and set and free thousand agrees. It's almost set and hear more trips into the sun and Formula. One AT BOOKS UP NEUTRALS DOT COM COM com. Sorry I got into a priming patent. Excuse me while I visit my local cheap easy to find out exactly why I talk like this. I had to tell by why this is my only voice. Sit Down James and nobody else. I was episode. Eight of the box. Mutuals preseason to form it on twenty twenty point of this year of baby. If there was no this season we ever end up getting talking this token shaded until sheet flathead side window not going I've concluded NAP. 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I tried to do my accent that i used to have and she was like. Can you do a little more. I'm like then. I got nervous. I'm like what do you mean more like your. Your english is is fine. We need more german accent in this and i'm like i forgot how to do it and i didn't get the role because accident accent reduction action paid off so forget how with an accent you wanted to get rid of and that's a good listen sometimes especially which watts it worked was like no you don't even speak the language. I don't care like i just do it right. That's crazy. It's like oh. I guess it makes it stand out. I guess too from everybody else. That's going in. Keep your accents. People exactly like a another podcast. We just talked about like you know like people are insecure about some features and then they go get it fixed and that it's like if you didn't get that thinks it'd probably would have opened more doors. I just wanna break. You totally agree. What's yeah but it's great and i think it was. It was meant to be because that was another no for me and some point on like i got so frustrated that i was like what should i do and then that was exactly the time when i met you in like everybody else and and you guys especially you introduced me to social media that this is like a whole new world basically your student. I was like guac on all kinds of sixteen hundred other ryobi going over relationship goals relationship issues. You will be enact tour because i have a boyfriend. I'm yeah yeah so so well. He's kinda cute but <hes> yeah i you that showed you absolutely that's i don't i. I don't want to switch to many stores than forget but yeah so yeah. No there was one thing like when. I saw you at the gym on and i saw you at the gym. You you win the stairmaster. What was she wearing on. The short shorts the turquoise turquoise shorts yeah dan my favorite one opponent pretty high and i looked over and as a okay you know 'cause i. If i'm when i'm working out you were focused okay and it was funny because i saw your ex boyfriend and because he saw me looking at you and he looked at music oopsy that must be the boyfriend <music>. Julian oversee him all right nope. That's when i first saw you and i was like well. I need to talk to you at some point. Yeah which we did at the party wasn't at logan's birthday party. Yeah i mean we we met before that yeah. It was so i was i was outside a plane. I had this mission to learn how to juggle a soccer ball and so it was like okay i was outside like every day. Just like kick the soccer ball just trying to juggle it as suck at it and my boyfriend was with me at the time because trying to teach me how to juggle a soccer ball and then you'll honda's watts walks george shinco and always george george george loss margin jordan me. Oh yeah i i think it was stopped by later because he saw us but it was just georgia and then you're honest walks up. I was like oh hi nice to meet. You and you had a little a bit more of an oxygen to as like oh. Where are you from sweden and then yeah like australia. I'm like okay i wish sweden and and and then he started he's like oh. You're playing soccer to i play soccer. Let me teach you how to do this yeah and then that was that nothing really happened but it was just is cool because then i i talked to you it'd be cool. It's the first step night. I really liked you at that point. I was like okay cool. She has a boyfriend is fine but i just want to get to know oh you better which i did rap song. It's like a new you gotta go ooh and then fun hearing this year. From then on i think we <hes> started working together so no back to the initial like you thought process like i got here and they were started shooting more videos together and i learned a lot from your leg immediately like editing and business how fascinates to be <hes> because it's so different from acting schools like social media. It's like completely completely the opposite and not opposite but so different <hes> because in acting school acting seen on social media the orders follow delete blah everything and and yeah we we started shooting more and that was basically my thanks to you my <hes> my way into social media which opened so many doors for me for everybody who's out there like from outside the u._s. This was my door to get a permit my o-on talend and be so just in case someone's wondering which is by the way a huge process. It's it's not easy to go through that and i i. I was thanksgiving exactly yeah. I remember that <hes> that was. I think the hardest thing for me ever because there's i was scared because i didn't know like if social media's gonna ever going to help me achieve my goal to just stay in the country. It's not not even like you know money or this or that. It's just being able to live in the country that you love and that you wanna live in <hes> so i had that constant constant. I don't wanna say fear but ahead in headed in the back of my head like always that thought like whenever someone <hes> i remember when mark was like hey. Let's do <music> this. Let's do that and i'm like. No i gotta work in this thing and you can ask him today that he's really go. He was the most annoying guy ever because everything i said was talking to mark downer yeah oh mark dantonio good <hes> and so yeah it was constantly working on that and when when i finally got it i was with them and i started crying because it was so happy. It was added video of you. Yeah we were dating thoughts. I'm what you've got that. It's a video of him like he sleeps freely so it's like a video gets the call and i want to record the moment and then he like jumps jumps out of eddie so happy. He's on the phone. He's like sitting on the couch. I'm like i'm like oh. You are naked in this video not share this with you. You're you're with your mama guest sina. She doesn't care that was there was a beautiful beautiful moment and always still happy that i just bought it out and tears because i didn't expect it that i will get the call because it was like three the days or three days before thanksgiving and i was like okay. I think it was a friday at no. I don't know what it was stressed out over. I was just stressed anyways and and then i was like okay. I'm not going to get a yes or no because you're the holidays blah blah blah and then they called me and they didn't say anything they they said hey you want us. <hes> this is africa. Whatever the lawyer. I have someone else on the line and i'm like your eyes are watering. He's like i'm like so nervous. My heart stopped. I got up. I was like on the moon yup and i walked away and i think that's when you knew that must the lawyer runny hundred recording then yeah so this is whatever the other person on the line and i'm like okay we have good news and i'm like you got your one scream dick. Ah shut for the green card league for the green then. I'll do it you in what i love about it. It's all a lot of hard work like every single day. That's all on his mind just working so hard every day and just not doing it the easy way you know and it's like or the i think you have a lot of strong morals than i think you work really hard in your visa and you're gonna earn that green card. A hundred percent not amazed not their me. No that was yeah. Everybody knows that you know. Some people come to the to the u._s. Stitches marry someone and then they immediately get a green card within a month or two. That's the easy way but i've never by the way no shame on them because socks system sucks with how hard it is for people to come to this country like absolutely you. You don't even realize how blessed we are to be this yeah because me i have no idea i've never had to witness anyone going through that so it was like we don't even realize how lucky he realized that's that's insane. Yeah like you said no shame on anybody who says i met my girlfriend your boyfriend or whatever and then they get married and they do that that <hes> that's totally fine for me like you mentioned. It's just for me. I just wanted to prove myself that i'm worthy and i'm talented enough to work hard and actually get it. Get it by myself without. I don't wanna say without help because i got a lot of help but you know what i mean. Mainly yes and with opportunity comes a lot of work that you have to put in to take advantage of it so and they also like there's something to say about what gets you to the door of opportunity to. It's all about timing in preparation so and that's like a super inspiring message because i'm sure a lot of people who want to move move here follow you and that so inspiring. It's like gives them hope that they can because there's i'm sure there's kids at home and austria being like how do i get to the u._s. 'cause i am no idea so just moved to l._a. And you go to the gym beautiful little girl as do it has little blue turquoise shores stairmaster. That's probably like climbing the burj khalifa or something in there was a steps flights deflates flights fleiss. Yes steps will be to his boss and then we're thinking about getting doggy. Kansas can take your relationship to the next level have a child together. Basically that's what it is no. We'll keep you to seek secret yeah. Summer already has three dogs so she has three babies already because i'm a busy mother yard. We are working mom at home. She doesn't bring him. I would literally die. We're talking about that. I said that earlier yesterday. I had a little drink like a little shy. Tumor eric and i guess humor exit yeah. That's what he word tumor. There's there's i guess i dropped some really into no okay so the first thing that happen was unlike that's where new like fabulous robes and <hes> <hes> then i look at some respect because you know and then and then there was a big yellow mark on it. I was like what happened there and then she's like doc. Oh i it was there when i put it on because i was like look and then there's three mir's up in her hallway and i when i put it on right away i walked out and i looked into this. Oh sure wasn't her right. Yeah what i've had time to do that. When did you have it blows my mind and then she's like women. I have time to do that okay. You didn't say that you're like it wasn't me it definitely was it was on the road when i was like oh. That's interesting their head. She's like this little lineup. I told you i was like that sounds interesting interesting story but i don't fully believe you but okay okay yeah. We'll we'll go with that. There's not any oh honey there's no other prove and then and then i was walking upstairs to my meeting gene and i saw lil trail of yellow and i'm like oh let me just get this off really easily and it's like stained into the staircase and i'm like yellow on the staircase and then yohannes comes up and i of course she alford yohannes vers comes up officers yep and then like there's yellow on the staircase howard happen. He's like summer mike. Oh it really right under the bus just like i'm not gonna take the blame for it wasn't me. It was summer a chatty yellow drink. I was like she had a yellow drink back and then they went downstairs like a summer. Put all the pieces together an aha moment. That's summer alone that summer every day whether whether she knows it yet or not but it's growing i'm really messy. Oh honey. It's time for our sweet sponsor bomba's. How how often do you think about your socks if you're like. 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Honey diarrhea dot com and we read them and give them advice core our best advice. We're not experts. Disclaimer always definitely not ex- roads on any of this but we're your friends and we're helping you out the best weekend. Okay we'll train nine trying for effort. <hes> never understood that saying thank you get gray for grade a. for effort but it should be like any effort lever effort e for effort anyway. I always think about that too. I should be for folks confusing as what we should say. Effort misspelled okay but i get it. It's like you get in a sudden f effort failed like whatever task it was basically failed at it but you get an a for your effort trying doing it okay but we're we're thinking of like yeah yeah all right question the number one raise for effort okay. Hi saw voices going hi. Hi i am in my mid twenty s and i started dating someone who is a few years older and his supporters and has a child. I really liked the guy. I never dated someone with lack for a better word baggage. Do you think it's a good idea to pursue the relationship or to end it just because he has a kid head. What if we end up staying together and then. I have to raise a kid. I'm not sure if i'm ready for that. My friends so go to clubs and we like to do fun young do things that also he's the first guy i've met who i really connected with help. That's a really good question. <hes> first of all of wow that's tough because she said that she has a really good connection with them. Rate which is i think really hard on and and mid twenties and he is a little bit older as a child yeah <hes> divorce. I think that that doesn't say anything think about it because they you know he was not happy or whatever wasn't happy in the marriage anymore and then it was like okay we have to separate and find new love but like to answer that question on she also said her friends are partying. Alanine sounds sounds like she wants to party to which is not an obstacle like he shouldn't be an obstacle if she wants to go party with her friends and do so called young things if she has a really connection with him. I think there's no problem with ad like gentlemen and be like okay that might it be something for the future but i just addressed us like bush it if you if you if you can handle this and be like okay he already already has a child. That's something you have to ask yourself because nobody can answer that for you because there are some people will be like no. I'd rather have a family you know you. You know it's my child or whatever then there's people again annoy totally accept that and i can handle that the there is a child from another woman in the family or whatever right right makes sense. I don't know if that makes sense yeah but you know i feel like good. Humans is like except kids. Normally right like i was thinking is when you're in your mid twenty. You might not want a kid. You know like so a lot of responsibility disability but it shouldn't be her responsibility. No that's the thing it's like yes. He has a head that is shared custody. I'm sure with his wife. I'm assuming <hes> but i would say it's not her sole responsibility to raise this child yeah she's gonna be the child is going to be a part of her life but she doesn't doesn't have to take the full responsibility of everything she can take on tasks and being a good role model. I think that's the only concern there but if if it's share custody when the child is with other family go out and do your own thing and then come back and be a good role model for the kid when you're around and child thoroughly agree. I don't see a problem in like with having both like this you know adult whatever relationship and then still being a young and just going out and having fun with also think timing is super important so if you're still wanting to i think sometimes when going out going to the clubs and partying going wild like that comes with also like sometimes being in a relationship isn't the best thing i'm sure he's not gonna wanna be worth going out doing that all the time and maybe she is just doing it for having fun but sometimes you know when you're young. You're not that in control troll sometimes timing. I think just get that. I would say if i was her sister. I would just be like hey go out. Happy young be free half fun like right because the way she said we like to do. Young thing started calling old. He has a kid. A young is really not that much older and the fact that he has a kid. I'm sure he's still fun. People kids and i have friends that have kids that they go out when they want to. They just get a sitter and they go instill live their own life because child shouldn't make it so you have no life anymore of us would like the world we live. It's like brainwash. People think oh. I have a kid or i'm older now. I can never have fun. It's like what there's no. There's no time limit on fun. You can always have a good time you know to me. Having a good time isn't going to cloud partying like the best time. I'm what i'm not doing that kind of stuff yeah. That's doesn't determine having a good time going to the club and party and that's actually the worst time you don't even have a conversation. Recissions loud music to have fun so many other ways. That's not even a wave. Sometimes into the club is fun because you're like hey. Let's go. Let's yeah. He's about anything in life for me funnest thing ever but if you're not in good company is often most important importance company so far. I'm like really good friends. We're all going out and we're having that could be fun but the club could be fun to come good company. I feel like there's like like mother advice to this and i feel like their sister by this so mother advice would be like. He has a child clubs. Aren't the best sling for you anyway sweetheart. Maybe a little bit. I think it's great that she connected with them. Be friends with them. You can have a friendship connected connection. Get that find along that party. Out of your life are out of your own if you don't you're going to read it later and you know going to never be happy to lash zero ruin it because you're gonna be out partying stuff and he's going to be way even if you're not planning on cooking up with people or whatever it's just commitment lies like he's at a different probably mindset and you'd probably wants to raise raise the child together. Maybe that's her concern. She feels that seriousness of that from him to like. We don't know that but might be that. Hey i would love for you to moving to be the mother. She's like no no no no. I'm still a kid. I don't wanna do that. So when it comes is down to it's also it's just like a personal to her <unk> like do you want to still be kidding party with your friends and have no responsibilities or do you want to be with a guy who's obviously older so you've been married so he's already. He wants a commitment and he has a kid and he's obviously even if he's not a lot older. He's mindset because he's been through war. He's going to be mentally more in different places probably done with partying league. He's older. You know like i mean i feel it too late. When i was younger i loved partying. I think we answered that one guys what's up. I'm killing in this coffee. Talk a cozy podcast pocket that you can sink in slip into unusual fulltime youtuber prime podcasters free time writer. I talk a lot lot for an introvert. 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Hollywood's most talked about celebrity news outlet of all time holly wire hollywood's behind kind fame podcast reveals juicy celebrity relationship stories tips and advice on how to be a true influenced her in the positives and negatives of oh being in the limelight identity stars like post malone billy eyelash arianna grind day before anyone else even knew who they were. My co-host jenna rosenberg organiz pride ourselves on knowing who the next big household name is before anyone else does once you listen to behind the fame you'll laugh. You'll cry and you'll uh even feel like you're actually part of the conversation holly wire behind the fame catch new episodes every week available anywhere you download your podcasts. Let's do a number two l. Honey honey honey. Hey guys i'm seeing this chicken is really awesome but the problem is that she comes from a really wealthy family and i come from a really poor family. I am still trying to pay off student loans in debt and she lives a really luxurious lifestyle. Is this relation going to work long term. I don't know how i can keep up with their lifestyle and pain really nice meals at restaurants etc. Should i just give up trying to keep up what stop china. I just give up trying. That's what it says i should. I just give up trying to keep up in. I was it really self conscious reading. I read up before mike. Is there any words that i won't be able to pronounce took over now. Okay so first of all like no don't know. Don't don't stop if you really love her. Do your best to make you're happy but not even an. I'm pretty shift. She loves you. She's not going to you know if she's used to the wealthy lifestyle and she chose you. You and i'm pretty sure she knows that he has like student. Loans to pay back doesn't probably he probably knows he doesn't actually probably knows that so so don't worry too much about it but keep you know keep working hard to make yourself. You know not. I don't wanna say same level but like work yourself up there so inspiring yeah use it as a motivation to be like okay. I want to be able to take care of her. I wanna be able to pay for those. Meals neels those expensive meals those give whatever it is like work. You're you're way up. There and i'm pretty sure she will see that an acknowledged that and it's going to mean way more more when she sees how hard you work then make her happy instead of you already have the money. It's easy here. Yeah you want that yeah here boom. Yeah because you're mantech is like i felt this for you exactly yeah yeah. Maybe she's the type of girl like where she already has. Everything and she's not looking for a guy that can give herself like maybe she's looking for love like because a girl who comes from a wealthy family already has nice things. She already has everything so if she wants to go. Go ask her dad probably for it so maybe she wants to be with someone because she really loves him. Thank you in las to be with him. Money improve <unk>. She is with you for for other reasons than money like what it sounds like. <hes> said don't stress too much but like you said in a in a beautiful way. Let it inspire you motivate you you to work harder and even more to get to the point where you're going to be like no problem. Got it understand the pressure. I'm sure because you probably want to not change your lifestyle and they probably gonna vice places and he's the man he wants to pay for it but then he's like oh crap like this is not on my don't not not do anything still just do really sweet. Things do really like creative things like thoughtful mike. That's what's really going the stand out to her yeah because like what i was saying. She already has all the nice meals and all the nicest things like what she probably wants. Us heartfelt like a guy commu you that card mark sending a card carter expensive nowadays yes she piece of paper either fold in half right on it none of those things for thanksgiving you destroy your hand. Cut it out of the paper brian. You just like draw this and then you credit in his heart. Yeah that's a good one creative gone ten dress just as over there so so so many like i don't wanna let's see easy ways but if if your budget doesn't allow like big gifts yet wind up by beautiful flowers or candle or from neighbors the neighbors is always the thought that counts go to the corner store and buy like a little lollipop and i love you on. It like look a little thing. That was so keep your dick. We'll maybe it will be okay. This might be because this is really. I think also just date nights and suffer a q. Going places can literally be used to make a little four omega the cutest thing in libya if you make four and then you're like watching a movie or something all i i think the salary is like the amount of time that's put into the gifted versus. The amount of money that's put in guest time is worth way more than money right. She's a girl who was like oh. I don't want you don't want that girl. Anyways you know so it's like if she enjoys that and she's happy with that since she's zookeeper fillmore days. It's split half and half like a lot of couples that i've come across with. It's not like oh. The guy's only pays like it's like more like 'cause everything's so expensive and stuff nowadays and a lot of young kids can't even afford their own stuff now. Look guys are like kinda like i'll pay for them. Like women are getting you like better opportunities now just because of like the whole woman empowerment movement which you love but women are making more money to to where they can pay their part so it's like they're not so reliant on guys and that makes them feel good of like being independent taking care of themselves and also and you still don't have those old school people who want guys to pay and it's all it's all preference right. I always leave. L._a.'s offer for girls right now. Offer and guys is and the beautiful thing about life is that you can choose what you want so if you're with a guy and he's not paying for you and you want to pay for you guys. If you're not happy. Don't be awesome. If you want a guy who you guys split stuff with that guy it's like we're not locked into anything like the fuzzier married to them. I mean that's kind of that's something you you figure out. That's not something you can get a divorce over crazy and oh well you paying for me. I'm john unless unless the person is just super lazy and mooching like the whole life then that's another situation. There's there's so many like rule exception. Yeah you could literally bust your brain all day thinking about all the what if you're i'm sure a lot of guys from you to is like how to have that that confidence with like his your balls right and you rocket and you look so good all volatile followed by bottle table buy bottled gas shine or something yeah do that when you're ready lincoln via the time bet like a lot of guys are self conscious about that. Yeah i get that allotted. I share that with you all the time because i think it's so limited. It's overwhelming whelming to see how many guys don't have the confidence when they lose hair and i won and i don't think i ever showed you that message. I got one message it was it's a little aggressive but <hes> but still in my mind is like that's people's perspective. Sometimes he's like. How can you have such beautiful girlfriend and i said that in a nice where he said in a little different way. How can you have such a beautiful girlfriend. You were f- in bald am. I'm like well like i. I'm like adding notes while the people you really think that is a guy that sent it to yeah. It was a guy like he was pro. I don't know would i didn't check out his profile but i was like maybe he's balding. Maybe they care and he doesn't have essentially beautiful girlfriend now. He's jealous because he's like. I have thick hair. Why don't i lot but for me. It's crazy the so many guys have issues with that because when you think about it it's just hair and it doesn't define who you are. We're at protein. Just bodies shave concert on some parts parts of here so for me like i couldn't change it. I just embraced it and for some reason <hes> when i was younger i had a feeling i don't. I don't know why and i said to myself because i saw guys with like you know when they tried to hide. It and i was like that looks so bad like why don't you rock it. You look look at look at the rock yet. Superpowerful jason state than bald bald vin diesel hauled. Uh those are all. I have her picture like the baldness with herod. Look weird to me. I don't the media has like. I seen him with hair. I shaved his head for the first time video. Can you picture here now all misuse humidity it would be yeah. I think it looks like you. I didn't even know who i thought you wanted to be bolted. I didn't know that you've been like shave your head. I thought you were like shaving. You're bald. I don't know you grow then he now little bit hundred percent then. I'm like that's the reason why did it because i <hes> sa- back in the days i five six seven years ago. I did it just because i wanted it so just shaved my head and i was like awesome. I like this is a cool feeling ailing. Nachos wanted to see how it looks and then i had for some reason i don't know why i wanted long hair so i had like really really long hair and it was thick too and i was like cool so i had that in my head you know everybody has like checklists kind of like this. You know jumped out of an airplane. Check and i was. I was like i wanted long hair and i'm glad i did it. Because now i would be able to be right here. Look long hair. One likes me then yeah. Then then i saw saw and i felt in otsego kim thin mayors receding and i'm like okay. I don't wanna try to hide it because i'm aware of it wears a hat <hes> <hes> so so i saw it was like you know what i'll just shave it because it's not getting better they and trying to hide it. It's kinda like oh. I want to hold onto being young care and i was like nah. Let's just do it and then i asked i was thinking shoot a video which she's the as they would love your health. Can you shave my head. Is this when you guys were not friends. Boyfriend back then with that was like the part. Where are we started shooting together and that was like one of the first videos so long like when you guys like renounce sounds like i 'cause. I've seen a while l. before we announced it to. That's what i'm saying like. I would see guys together all the time like they have to be living together like something like get together. Every would i love me. I know what i love about. This whole journey was that we started as friends in like we got to know each other for like a very long time like very long time so you knew about stuff that not everybody knows that i didn't share with too too many people <hes> i learned about you and then we've been together for so long lake just shooting content and just you know working together. <hes> put yeah then after a while. I think it just evolved into more like hey this is great is more than just friendship and that's why i love our relationship so much because it's not just physical attraction. I mean obviously there was a i mean for me the beginning but it did the relationship is based on more than just oh. She's hot. Oh he taught league. It's more important that what made me most attractive not you was how kind you were how sweet you are and how much respect you have for people and how hard working compassionate you are like that's it just is so important like i could never be with somebody who is just like not motivated and the fact that you car care so much like that's the first thing when people ask me about you. I'm like he's the sweetest guy he's like. He says sweet but when you meet them you see like oh. He's like well yeah so genuine. You know there's a lot of nice guys. You're not really nice actually business you see it in his eyes. He just wanted to that and he really cares like yeah. There's a lot of passion yeah and it's like an i know it's like someone that i can link thank fully trust with everything and and this is the thing of like it's always about respect and it's like the fact that we could be friends before we dated just shows that we truly do like each other like it's like we know so much about each other and then were that comfortable and we respect each other as friends and we <unk> are able to keep a friendship because of that and then what brings me comfort there is like you never know what the future holds but like you know i i see a very bright future for us but like i always going to be my life no matter what if you guys wanted his workout plans w._w._w. Dot body bottle the dot com and he has amazing plans at all that check it out. We'll put the links below for you guys to get super easy and make sure you subscribe. I said oh honey podcast. We have a bunch of links below and thumbs up this video. If you're watching it yes do that too and diarrhea. 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Chompions Week Night Jokes (12-24-2019)
"Welcome back to chompers ear morning and night tooth brushing show. It's Champions Week and tonight we've got more more jokes jokes from you folks at home start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and brushing small circles all the way around the front the back of the chewing side of each tooth. Three one you ready for some lattes. Here's your first joke from. Luke what do you call it when a dinosaur crashes his car. I don't know Taran Ranna Soroush REX. Pretty good when Luke. Here's another joke. It comes from Zoey Sophie who lives in Vienna Austria What time do you go to the dentist? I don't know what time Tooth Hertie time to switch rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and make sure to reach the molars all the way in the back. Here's a joke from Mica. What Christmas Carol do playing cards like? Gee I don't know deck the halls. Okay that was hall all right. Here's one from tabby. Why did the boy throw the butter out the window? Why because he wanted to see a butterfly the U. Butter keep rushing switch to the bottom of your mouth pick aside and give your front teeth a good brush to? Here's a joke from the Heddon family. I think what is a pig's favourite. Karate move what is it a pork chop. Here's another joke. It comes from Finnegan knock knock. Who's there clear clear who clear the road? I'm coming through. Hey I'm walking here clearly. You should switch your rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth but don't brush to heart okay. Here's another the joke for you. How do you get the polar bears attention with a cold snap all right? Here's your last joke knock knock. Who's there blue blue? Don't cry. It's just a Joe Okay that's choppers. Don't forget to rinse and the we chompers is a production of Gimblett media.