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"ayaan" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

07:42 min | 3 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on The Book Review

"My colleagues john. Williams and greg kohl's join us now to talk about what we're reading. Hey guys hey pamela greg. Let's start with you. What are you reading well. I'm reading a classic twentieth century. French novel that i had never gotten around to in my years of studying french. It's nine hundred thirty. Six book called diary of a country priest by. I'm not sure. I get his name right. It's george his last name is maybe not no sir bananas e- e r a s. The book was subsequently made into a classic rare brisson film that i also have not seen part of the reason that i turned to this book now is that i've read a couple of novels recently. That both incorporated religion as an overt theme or element. That's jonathan francis crossroads. The main character is the associate pastor at a church and the whole setting. Millea of the book takes place against the church and its youth group and then sally rooney is beautiful world. Where are you which has a prominent character in it who's practicing faithful catholic much to the amusement of some of the other characters and it. It's rare enough. In contemporary fiction or really in an urban contemporary life overall for religion to future that both franson and and rooney have characters kind of preemptively. Mock there's something almost shamefully earnest about it. And maybe that makes sense. Because i feel like religion and literature are in some ways rivals. They're like competing channels for certain kinds of questing personality. But for the same reason they make really natural companions. And i'm always surprised that there aren't more like marilyn flannery o'connor's true believers who use fiction explore their faith so the diary of a country priest. It's exactly what the title says it is. It's it's a novel but it's written. As the year long journal of a young catholic parish priest sent out to a rural village in france he is physically unwell. We learn in the first chapter that he's been turning ayaan pale yellow over the past year will eventually learn his stomach cancer. He's probably thirty years older. So this is his first assignment out of seminary. He's also a mentally unwell is contending with that. Whole lost generation type boredom i say lost generation type ornaments. Really just boredom. The human condition and spiritually. It's not that he is unwell. He's he's not a doubter. He's devout in his faith but he is uncertain how best to practice his faith in the world. He doesn't feel like he fits in among the villagers who are these rural pen types in some ways that time period in the setting of the book reminded me of another book i talked about. I'd cast last year. John burgers pig earth which was also about rural france the peasantry and the encroachment of modern times at the early part of the twentieth century. So this priest. I'm not sure he ever gets a name in the book. He feels like he doesn't fit any. He makes the rounds. He feels like the people don't necessarily that. They're practicing but he feels like they don't feel the same spiritual impulse that he does. They may be mock him a little in some ways. He's a lot. Like the associate pastor in france in book where he's very earnest and not sure how to cope with the parish that's maybe less ernest than he is. And he's just constantly struggling to reconcile. What in theological terms. I guess you'd call the competing parts of the trinity weighing which has most relevance to him and to the people that he serves and that's pretty much the whole the plot of the book. It's not you know. An action thriller gets progressively less healthy. It grants tremendous access to troubled and faithful soul in a way that fulfills what we expect from from both literature and from religion. Shortish or is it. I know it's i mean it's about three hundred pages maybe just under three hundred pages. So it's it's not. I mean the last book. I read before this was an edward reads on june. Eighteenth which you know you just fly through. Sounds like it goes at about the regular pace. Three hundred pages. Yeah that's right. How about you. John i am just about finished with com- tobin's new novel. The magician which he talked about recently on the podcast. I thought very well. It is as listeners to that up. Socal no the life or novel. Based on the life of the german writer tomas mon- won the nobel prize in the magic mountain. In britain brooks and death in venice it follows the well. it doesn't follow directly but it is similar in a sense to toby in two thousand and four novel. The master which was about a few years in the life of henry james. These are the two books that i think stand out in his bibliography that are that are written about famous writers and i really loved that book which i read almost way back then so it's been a while but for whatever reason i was hesitant to pick this one up the things that i was reading about it. Even the positive things just didn't they. They made it sound. Maybe a bit less rich than the master. But it's very different. But i actually enjoyed it a great deal. The master is a really internal book. You get a sense of james's interior life. It's a melancholy book. It's a bit of psychological book and this is more of tobin looking at the grand canvas of history and putting on his family against it and just moving through those events and you actually don't get a lot. I don't think of what i would call psychology. You see everything from the outside but as such. I think it's incredibly well done. There's a wryness to it. It can be very funny in brief moments. And there's also just a sense of the family moving out of germany before and during the war and the ways in which they're endangered but the ways in which they continue to to live and and if not thrive to be themselves. I guess you sort of see people. Living in this tumultuous time in history without the history overtaking the story in a strange way. His children are all very interesting characters. Very lively people. And i don't know he sets this whole thing spinning in a way that i found it had a page turning quality to it which is not how i would describe the master even though i read it fairly quickly i could see someone getting a little bit bogged down in it. This to me is a bit more. I think once you're in its grip. It moves pretty quickly. I don't know if either one of us read it. I have not. I'm curious because i i did. Read the master and it felt very much. They're like immersed himself in the work of james and was a little bit channeling henry james in writing. So there's almost like a cover version sent and i wonder if he's doing the same thing with mon- here i don't think so and that's the funny thing. Is that the henry james book. That's very difficult person to cover. But i think you're exactly right. It gave you some of the feeling of james book of his style. Which was quite something and i thought very impressive and bold this is i would not say that. He is trying to immerse you in either his style or his consciousness. It is toby in style and it even the the kind of somewhat awkward thing occasionally is that he'll do something like monster down to write his novel burden brooks okay. Well that's a little on those can sort of handle what he's doing and not give me the forrest. Gump.

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"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"I'm not gonna end this podcast and young. We're going to change the world. But i'm so tired of hearing that. Yes but i will say that young people and have always like had wisdom and it's on all of us to figure out how we all deserve res- like young people will figure out everything. But like how do we have intergenerational conversation so all console can have rest you know especially compositions that don't minimize the experience a feeling it it. It's easy for older adults society. Young adults you know minimizing the grief and the loss of some of the moments stitching up. Whatever pro they'd be like. Oh it's just problem you have other things to look forward to life but not realizing that those are big losses and yeah moments via and decide on get. I'm a libra. And just so. I don't get dragged. Is that like i i also i saw intergenerational because this this experience was also made me have certain conversations with elders older people about what were they doing as young people in how it traumatize them which is why they don't talk about it but somehow maybe assumption i was like dang like what was you doing in about climate. Change these things here and then this moment because everyone's just been you know reflecting a lot. It's like oh if i want to do that. I will be traumatized to with myself. Like just susteren stuff. I was doing at eighteen heavier. Not if you're not a certain type of person in my life. I wanna share that with you exactly so there's also that like you know all of this item. Get jack yes. I also backwards as low. Nobody's going to be dragging. You know the small side. China cover believe china. You know this scale you know the balance you thank you so much for. The conversation is reflect and think you so much for being willing to share inside with our listeners. And answer in like expose some hot things as well. Everybody needs to be thinking about so thank you so much i on. Yes and i'm to be that person and let me let me be this person. Also i recently grow and that's about phases young adult reflecting on all this happened this year and some takeaways that i gotten and so y'all can check that out. Where can we check really. I really wish i was that person that was ready. Here's the exact you are l. But i'm sure up It's called forgotten youth elders. Okay and yeah that's all you can go search that Or or just like my name. Got senator on the podcast. People can look at binat and reset in like gaggy grants. Are that last question. 'cause it's early the question but it all these big for me to answer so yeah please go out and find some ions insight forgotten youth others. He is a great addison. We're so excited to read your book and to hear the insights. Thank you so much. I am sharing space. Thank you thank you i. I hope have the hopelessness..

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"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Outfit. But that's organizations like checkup on you. Need full honor that in young people i have the right to be angry Have the right season views because this is their right of passage is cold. Did you imagine. I can't imagine graduate or being in high school. I had like a virtual com- that i did with some young people and it was like i just i. I didn't really care for palm but it made me feel so bad that they are missing that yes even though we try to do like some virtual thing is. I think it's just like really check up on them. Because duh there's gonna be mental health out of and in the other things that i think for me agassi reflecting about like i'm in graduate school now like i wasn't out there like i'm very much more in a middle class. Stay and go. I think that I personally. I feel like i also able to do so. Many things have these conversations. Because i'm starting to become more of that adult that i'm sending home yet. I noticed i've also then also like not willing to take certain types of risk anymore and so some of the stuff that i'm doing i personally don't think it's as radical as what i was doing when i was younger because i didn't have to go through the same type of consequence it right so i think also being honest like as adults of thinking about like this because we're changing things that doesn't mean that we're changing power lines are you like are you isn't honest about that like at this point. There's so much has happened this year. That i don't have judgment about anymore. It's just like are you still like endorsing status core you. Challenging medical were not young. Adults challenged status quo. Like how do you explain that to them. They're gonna have feelings about it. Because their graduation was cold in nineteen and trunk and correction. And like george floyd like so And i think yeah so. I'm just going on a rant but I i saw..

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"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

04:30 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Self preservation and that is an act of political warfare and i want to bring this back to the beginning when you talked about the decision in knowing that organizing on the street is not gonna be This not what was going to be act of resistance And then to talking about the cost of resisting the cost of the actual Organizing and being on the ground Emotionally because you doing hard work organising You're doing hard work telling other people to care for this thing that is so close to you. That is so real to you. That stories are the people that looked like you. And you're trying to convince other people to care about then to do something about it. The cost as well of the time to organize the time. Like you said That you were able to do some of the things that you did in the summer because you wind employed and because you had that time to think about resourcing other people and that in itself going back to all this Caring for yourself knowing. What radically knowing when to step back knowing what things to put off from the to-do list that is also not self in that is to of warfare. And i think that is something that's so profound for listeners who might be overwhelmed and also emotionally tired of seeing constantly being triggered and feeling like that constantly fight fighting to be seen in to to be valid to be humanized to beloved I don't even know if i have a question in here. I just was reflecting and some of what you had said In thinking about the cost of organizing and realizing that self-care too is an act of political of people. If you need validation to know that self care is Self-preservation is an act of political warfare and button itself to his resistance. One of the other thing is that have come out from this period is we've seen lots of statistics..

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"I said earlier this morning. Like i had a telehealth like yes you know meeting and so this is the first question guy. Just think that everything that said arrests can sometimes be a luxury away. That we've talked about. Self-care can be ways and accessible. But then at the same time the original person that created the famous quote that we all use talking about self care was breast cancer like survivor and connected with different. people should teach to like help navigate. Something that was really like crucial in their lives. And we just missed that part. And so i think that I am just thinking about how razzed like what's stopping us not just these organizations but multiple different things even culturally rest. Because now it's becoming more known or thirteen unity's already knew that we already have these. Hell like Ailments because of lack of rest and so like south here is about not just the nails getting done and not just like you know that stuff but like outta we think about it also asked preventative care or care because now we are having these disproportionate underlying health conditions and to me i. This is kinda morbid to stay. But that's such a big large thing. That i honestly have no idea how organizations can resolve all of that. I don't even yeah. I don't i don't know so like a self-care day at the organization is not going to address like my new unique undermining health conditions that i'm working through because of colder. Yes because even before that like the stress that i was putting out myself as a black woman and i think those conversations about know ability status or like you know do you have. I don't know like asthma or Diabetes or you know like these different these different things like. How's that also related to arrest in self care. So i'm sorry. I don't think i answered all your questions. I've just trying to take it back. Select this year's been hard and it just showcase already how hard our everyday lives were and how that impacted our bodies. So i don't have the answer in terms of how individual or an organization solves all that but it has just made me myself and for people around me. I wonder resource people. Like i need to be resource. My bodies being affected by everything. In like i am resource. How checking on people that i do love on this because it's no joke like is no joke. It's hunt and i am still interested in really interested in public health and one of the things. I think people misunderstand with health. It's not just the absence of disease. It's not just that. I don't have it. That makes me healthy. It's the fact that Well m constantly triggered. Because when i look at the tv people who look like me. I being killed or i live On this particular street and rai live there isn't a grocery store that can offer me fresh fruit and vegetables that allow me to eat healthy. So i'm just going to indulge in this receive route until i decide otherwise it's and that has long term consequences for me like you're saying then we see chronic diseases appearing in specific communities for because they're prevalent because the situation around them haven't been changed like the thing underlying things have been make them. Oh just set them up to unhealthy or to have chronic diseases to have triggers or to have mental health difficulties. And i think sometimes we don't think about health in that in that facet and health is a lot more than just dizzy cyclists. yeah Well i want to bring it back to the court that you use for the lord and for the listeners might not know this that is carrying for myself is not self-indulgence it.

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"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"And it's something that i often don't really talk about okay and so but i'll just kinda reference it a little bit here. I think it's super important to remember the context of like some of the words. That were using select. Mutual came up all why and this year of like a new one thing or whatever but it was interesting because i mutual aid has been something that a lot of you know. Marginalized groups have used such as disability communities. Yes you know Or like clear communities because organizations they couldn't rely on organizations or like class barriers or whatever to just like provide each other with care so i fled. Mutual aid was a word stella work and i'm trying to like get back to the root of what it means because it became so popular. That kinda got out of its like original context. What another word itself care and like originally self-care came from i believe. Rg lord And but it was. It was a clear black woman and they had breast cancer. So it's interesting that when we talk about self care like we forget that the person who even created that famous quote like self care is not self-indulgence but self-preservation was a breast cancer like survivor and also like was navigating that at the time. Yeah so. I'm saying that because i think like and again i'm trying to get back to like learning more about the the person that made that made term self-care popular. Yes because now south cares related to some of the stuff that you said earlier and And i think because let's coded all of us light then. He realized that you know these underlying health conditions wiring communities dying disproportionately long. I think starting south care. What just checking in on like is your body good. Yeah you know. I can just say for myself because of the stress of this year. There's ways at my body has changed. There's ways at the doctor. There's ways that And even i think you know before we started this podcast..

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"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

05:50 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Know that i need that or like this. And let you. That's not really my. That's not really helped me. So an example is like. I didn't know until this moment that i really like stuffed animals. Like i really like stuff like yes not bad like like what is it. Being back i saw my friend was like. Let's you know she. She said you likes nevada. Said why would i edited. Now like i know so anyways at the beginning i didn't really know but i was kinda unintentionally. Were kind of reflecting about some of those things and so one of my friends are really did i. You know saying that like we are have already kind of a different community together where we can have conversations yet to expand one another but some people don't have the capacity time or not what they want so high but we do a forum that has something on there as a reference point for people who haven't had to think about it. yeah. And i'll just click away and then there is something that we're not thinking about on the list like they could add something So the amount of people that like click stuffed animals. I was surprised now. I know. I know that's the thing And i mean. I think the other thing that i just wanna say on top is that you know what we did we. It was just like five people. It wasn't like we were with the organization or whatever it was just like us. You know a google form and sometimes you know we were only able to give out maybe five care packages and a week or something and maybe another. We gave out like twenty. You know it just. It looks so different yet. You know then like thinking about it has to be this machine and a institution and then the big you know it was really small like willie intimate and i think at times that made it better because people were getting like direct attention. You know we still have. We still have some that. We need to give out that. We weren't able to give out 'cause we had to go back to work right now and so we still have so for most of the year. I still had care packages at my apartment. A go and i still have now. That i'm trying to figure out how to give out the summer. You've spoken to a reality of many things. And i guess one of which i want to on because we've talked a little bit was what she said about bhanot or that. You didn't know this while you're working. You're probably burnt out while you working and and didn't know even that that was happening or particularly that what might be happening and so one of the things that of also come to realize this past year is that resilience is a lot even about rest and the permission to allow yourself to this and allow yourself to feel of a lawyer softer. No actually a categories the frontlines. Today i might be better suited to be into house in pajamas and keeping up with things on social media or actually be off line. And what jerry. But you also talked about. And i think many people of color many black people don't that they are deserving of wrist and because most of the times rest in self-care have looked like a privilege..

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"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Not gonna go out there. And so i thought man. If you kkob it'll be really nice to like have supplies on deck because my myself yes And i had a friend that did get it in like their mom gave the drop them whole of their apartment gave him a whole lot of things and it was really there for that so i knew that i would have family. That would like you know homey figured out because my sister that covert and so. I saw how we organically stepped up furnace for her. But i just in case that made me my folks have work or like you know i'm by myself with my only diety like maybe song is alive that next to my bed. If i could not get up what would be back. And so i was asking people who had gotten cold. Would hope for them. I was talking to other people. I was yeah just trying to gather. That information wasn't at my own exactly and then i thought for the people who are going out there. If there are gonna be spikes in kolding what you know. There is these these like packages that they could have That was the original thousand original idea. So part of it was like my own comfort level. As i was reflecting about it i was gonna go out there and not even though i knew that was not. Yeah and then when it really hit me. That i wasn't that but we're going to go. He and we don't know if there's gonna be a spike or what's going to happen. I thought maybe it will be nice to like. Have these packages Yeah now that was the original idea. This is really cool. Because i guess i. I don't think we've thought about or maybe i feel. Sometimes maybe i may not have thought about this as as much as well thinking about being resourced doing covert. Because i guess i was also not. I was not living alone. I was ahead housemates with me..

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

05:12 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"She made and put together self-care bags during the summer of twenty twenty using her following on social media and continues to do organizing work. I am thank you for joining us. Thank you and so one of one of the first things. We like to hear from my guests because i guess this is a podcast called resistance. Calloway does that sound when when you hear that. What does that mean. What does it sound like to you. I feel like just to be a person of color is already resistance in times so does mine naturally go. Also it's called at nominees doing this. 'cause yeah hey. Cuckoo surviving and thriving in cutler is already distance. I like it. tell us a little bit. About what your journey of resistance has looked like and how it looked like. I guess you can talk about it in different what it looks like before what looks like in twenty twenty and you can feel free to mention some of the highlights and lowlights against the challenging the visions From your journey business on that resistance. I feel like when i hear that word. I think that usually in the past like before the pandemic i would have thought more like organizing activism protesting stuff like that and then i think with the pandemic and thinking about tokes of color particularly black folks having These underlining health conditions and how they were corporately affected by coal vaden. I think it just goes to what i said you know with your original question of just being i think downplayed how part that susan and mike how that's already resisting and so i think in the past i used to think that resisting was all these different contracts when things that i was working on doing and now i'm just like businesses that i got a bed saw Maybe a lot of people can relate to that this it's been a year I think that's where i'm at right now. After jackson reflections on hand moving baking things after and still during a for sure. I think i thank you for sharing that. Because i i have similar thoughts to when we think about resistance. We think about action. We think about something. It doesn't feel like it can be passive. And i think there's a lot of ways we can resist while being an awful or while being community family all while taking some self guitar for ourselves so here here to the different ways that we are learning And people of color have been learning to resist within their bodies Less was a bigger..

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"ayaan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:50 min | 6 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"D. damage right. You might better right. And and and i'll give him a better handle but again. It's not like you know that much better. Ayaan is his handle is not a detriment him he handles it find as so i'm really looking at shooting and if it's all about shoot i'm not picking dude who gonna win the skills competition at the nba all star weekend. I'm not picking win a game of horse. If it's all about shooting. Larry bird was always better than kareem. Dark viscous better than his shack is about dominance and this year yon is dom was more dominant than anybody. This is actually. It's a great topic. And i try to stay away from best disembodied stack because it's all it's all personal narrative. Nowadays right with social media allows everybody to put their own opinion. But i'll give you these names. These are in the conversation for the best players in the nba. Today right now. of course. Janas ecorse kevin durant. I still think. Kawhi leonard i know. He's not the marketable guy. he's not too talkative guy. And he's not the look me guy but when you just when you put him on the court both ends in a floor. What a better players in the game and stuff i know people are going to be. Oh you're all the bra. No i watch lebron and motorola branca's and let me just explain because lebron over the last two to three years i the ages coming to father..

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"ayaan" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

07:20 min | 7 months ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"Prey. Although we're going at it. As at least i enjoy that kind of conversation. Praise meticulously researched book and very carefully argued. I just wanted to stipulate full of statistics and incidents that illustrate points. That are this is this is not. This is not a polemic. This is a serious work of of of sociology. All right in. Can i point out. Yes they didn't just take pre existing statistics because in many cases the statistics did not exist. Right the actually had to do their own investigation to come up with the statistics in the book so my hat is off to them for that. That incredible under this is the product of hard scholarly work. and that. that's the question that i want. I want to ask. There's one we talked about the incident at cologne and you say the europeans have been putting their heads in the sand. They've been in denial. They're refusing to see what's taking place. But there's an incident you describe. It's just one of many but it struck me as telling because it's not just denial at something different from that you tell the story. This is in france. Young bangladeshi who sentence for raping a fifteen year old girl in normandy was suspended. The criminal is allowed to walk and you quote a legal expert whom you interviewed about this. He was permitted to walk because said the legal expert he had been quote deeply influenced by the culture of his country where women are relegated to the status of sexual objects. But that's not turning away that is incorporating alien values into french into the french legal system. Is it not this is this is. This is not turning away. This is beginning to make adjustments beginning to make concessions. Is that not so. It's like shifting sand so you run into again. I want what you should know. Existing statistics you ask the agency's responsibility. It is to keep up with this research. Why is there no existing statistic in this. We don't do that. You say we think that there is a spike in sexual violence against To do with immigration in immigrants that is falsely denied and we are told no sexual. Violence has always been there. It's universal almendral is so you get that type of argument in this case. By case incidents that take place the lawyers who defend the perpetrates the perpetrators will obviously use anything and everything they can get and if they can get a more lenient sentence or acquittal for perpetrator by bringing in culture into it. They do that and it works and i have seen the reason valerie. Thank you for your very very kind words. But the reason why. I didn't accept story of you know we just don't have the statistics doesn't happen. It's because i lived in europe. I lived in the netherlands for fourteen years and i became familiar with all the tactics of denial of evasion of not wanting to know or if the problems become overwhelming simply dumping it on the working class roofs who areas just dismissing these people are racists xenophobes. Whatever what have you never ever coming to the point of actually addressing these issues and i think ultimately that is. That's what i hope to achieve with. The book is to have a serious conversation about what is going on. And how long. This is sustainable. I'd like why not that. One of the most horrifying aspects of the whole cologne a situation. That sticks in every woman's mind is what the reaction of the authorities was the authorities said to the women. It's clear you can't come into these public spaces like you have in the past And we'll we'll we'll set aside a special section for you that will have some increased policing but maybe you ought to think about whether you should come to these kinds of things at all which was just horrifying. I think for every european woman and every woman everywhere to here is that the burden and the cost of these kinds of crimes would be placed squarely on the women themselves. They would be told to vacate problematic spaces. They would be told they would need to segregate That i think is what most women were left with a very bad taste. I think the i think the expression expression used by the cologne authorities was at the women should have known to keep these men at arms length was was with the oldest and most outrageous response. Possible you ask for it right like yeah for so easily. That's what you alluding to any. Yes that is part of the subtitle. Is that there is an erosion of the rights of women and that manifest itself in what the authorities was saying to the women. You you had to keep these men at arms length. Why did you go to this context. Snow many concerts have been canceled. I think there was one big concept. In sweden that wisconsin it had nothing to do with the pandemic disease to maintain but what is even more tragic is what individual women are some of the women. I interviewed said that they didn't need authorities to tell them to adjusted. They do it anyway. Because it con- to deal with everyday is the girl who is taking. She's a young woman who's taking toddler to daycare before she goes to work and she tells me what goes through your mind before. She leaves her frontal the groups of men on the sidewalk who starts hissing insisting in making this this as she tries to put your pod so as not to drown out that kind of obscene noise but then they accommodate touch on. They grow as she feels so unsafe in filthy from house to the daycare center to work and back. This is an everyday thing and some of these women have decided. They don't want to live that way. So it's not some kind of you. Top down Dont you have to adjust you. Women are doing it anyway and the cell from the public space women on longer going out to jog than going out to swim than not going out to The adds to socialize the way they used to many of them in their families have moved to other parts. You know those who could afford to. But i think ultimately for the working class women we in many neighborhoods in different european settings where women can't move the there's nowhere to go adjusted ion talked about the netherlands. Valerie talked about the incident in cologne germany. Chris has written a long piece on from chris. Chris writes in the wall street. Journal that emmanuel macron has resolved to be the president who finally eases tensions over france's young.

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"ayaan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ayaan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Now, I'm peeling it back starting over. Yeah because I can't trust what he did. That's true. So now you're doing it twice don't ask the dishwasher if you should get the rib eye or the flavor. So that's another piece of tip. If if you're getting your work done in, you're not on a permit that's exactly where you are. Starting from scratch every time you need another contractor. If you're permit than the permit officer comes in and says, yes, you're structures approve. Approve yes, the wiring is approved then you can get a contractor and he says I gotTa start from the beginning and you say, well, that's a load of crap because all of that's approved just go start from. That's that's so true. Hey, Aj before we got here to Margaret Two more quick questions for me that I have anyway sure. First of all, this is a quick one. Would you partner with a flipper in exchange for like the contractor? Would you partner? Do you think with a flipper? Ayaan profit share instead of making money as the contractor like that's something I. we should be at Flippers. We approaching contractors like, Hey, man, let's just put a fifty fifty but you do all the work and You'll get. You'll make more at the end of the day or that a bad idea to lie incentive like that. Wow, I jeff is part of what you're trying to figure out a contract or have the capacity to run the numbers of no deal make sense because they just don't think that way. Are you appealing to the greedy side of human nature for? Like I guess at the question is as as a real estate investor are you concerned that he's just going to run the numbers up and I'm not going to get any money back anyway. So are you trying to protect yourself I? Think what brand new? How do get the contractors interest to align with your so that they do a better job that's and I've never done it but I know I'm always tempted to split it with the contractor somehow, and so like they get done faster and cheaper whatever they find, they find a way to make it better because they are incentivized the more money I make the more money they make. But at the same time like I also know that they're not in the business of that and I don't WanNa like I. Don't know I. I'm not sure if it's a that's that's so much like a marriage. It's not.

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"ayaan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"ayaan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying President Trump is visiting a city on edge after police shot an unarmed black man. Protests erupted and a teenage trump supporter allegedly killed two activists. Ma yon silver of member station of the U. W. M reports on how residents are coping in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It's been tough for the city. Two people are dead. One is paralyzed in another injured the city's rebuilding from damage and boarded up businesses throughout its downtown, and Trump has a history of inflammatory language. Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes tweeted the city was on fire, and we need healing. Not a barrel of gasoline rolling in But there are plenty of Republicans who want to hear and see from President Trump like US Senator Ron Johnson, who said Trump has provided decisive leadership. Ayaan Silver reporting. A federal appeals court is considering arguments today in the president's latest bid to keep New York prosecutors from obtaining his tax returns. President's lawyers had filed an appeal after District Court judge cleared the way for New York to subpoena trumps accounting for for those documents in early in the summer. US Supreme Court had ruled that the presidency in itself does not shield Trump from the New York investigation. The board of trustees at Liberty University in Virginia says an independent commission will investigate the 10 year of the school's former president, Jerry Falwell, Jr. We have this from NPR's Sarah McCammon. Jerry Falwell Jr has been a close ally of President Trump and Liberty is one of the largest evangelical institutions in the country with a long history of involvement in Republican politics. Falwell resigned early last week after a former business partner claimed he'd had a sexual relationship with Falwell's wife that involved Falwell, observing the two together. The Falwell's Deny that but say Mrs Falwell had a brief affair with the man. In a statement. Liberties Board says it's hired a forensic firm to investigate liberties operations during Falwell's thymus president quote, including but not limited to financial, realestate and legal matters. Falwell has been at the center of several high profile scandals in recent years, including allegations of racial insensitivity and questions about his business dealings. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS White House public towards resume next week with new Corona virus rules in place more from NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's. The move is just the latest example of the White House looking to get things back to normal..

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"ayaan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"ayaan" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi Singh. President. Trump is visiting a city on edge after police shot an unarmed black man. Protests erupted and a teenage trump supporter allegedly killed two activists. Ma Yon silver of member station W. W. M reports on how residents are coping in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It's been tough for the city. Two people are dead. One is paralyzed in another injured the city's rebuilding from damage and boarded up businesses throughout its downtown, and Trump has a history of inflammatory language. Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes tweeted the city was on fire, and we need healing. Not a barrel of gasoline rolling in But there are plenty of Republicans who want to hear and see from President Trump like US Senator Ron Johnson, who said Trump has provided decisive leadership. Ayaan Silver reporting. A federal appeals court is considering arguments today in the president's latest bid to keep New York prosecutors from obtaining his tax returns. The president's lawyers had filed an appeal after District Court judge cleared the way for New York to subpoena trumps accounting for for those documents and early in the summer. US Supreme Court had ruled that the presidency in itself does not shield Trump from the New York investigation. The board of trustees at Liberty University in Virginia says an independent commission will investigate the 10 year of the school's former president, Jerry Falwell, Jr. We have this from NPR's Sarah McCammon. Jerry Falwell Jr has been a close ally of President Trump and Liberty is one of the largest evangelical institutions in the country with a long history of involvement in Republican politics. Falwell resigned early last week after a former business partner claimed he'd had a sexual relationship with Falwell's wife that involved Falwell, observing the two together. The Falwell's Deny that but say Mrs Falwell had a brief affair with the man. In a statement. Liberties Board says it's hired a forensic firm to investigate liberties operations during Falwell's thymus president quote, including but not limited to financial, realestate and legal matters. Falwell has been at the center of several high profile scandals in recent years, including allegations of racial insensitivity and questions about his business dealings. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS White House Public Tours resume next week with new Corona virus rules in place more from NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's. The move is just the latest example of the White House looking to get things back to normal. The first lady's office,.

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"ayaan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"ayaan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. President Trump captured the White House by winning three states that many Democrats imagined he could not Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Wisconsin voted for a Democrat for president seven times in a row before Trump broke the streak in 2016 In 2020 vice president Pence has been travelling to the state, aiming to reassure some Republicans. My young silver from member station W. W. M. In Milwaukee reports. Wisconsin was one of a trio of states whose electoral college votes made Trump president He travels here, often most recently to northern Wisconsin last week. Earlier in the week vice president Pence was in Waukesha County, historically Republican suburb outside of Milwaukee. In front of a roomful of people decked out in red, white and blue Pence gave a version of his stump speech like to tell people that like to tell people I'm a Christian, conservative and a Republican in that order. And I couldn't be more proud to be vice president to a president who has stood strong for faith and freedom in America. That's our language. He talked our language. Jelena, Playing is president of Wisconsin Family Action, a conservative organization. When I left the Pence rally, the faith in America I got the double and tundra there. Pits made that very clear. We have faith in this country and the goodness of its people and that people of faith need to stay behind the president, including going to the polls and voting and encouraging others. Other Republicans like Jorge Benavente Appreciate that pence is more measured than the president. I met him outside of a bar in downtown Walkinshaw. Where he was watching Trump do a town hall event on Fox News mean there's certain times where I wish Trump was more like Pence, but I'm willing to kind of take the good with the bad. They're a few blocks away outside. Nice Ash Cigar Bar on Main Street sales manager Joel Lander says he's reassured by pencils presence on the GOP ticket. I have some issues with Trump. Somebody should take his Twitter calling away. Harry, like I think that should happen. I think it gets him in more trouble than what he needs to be getting into. But Mike Pence was a solid choice. Very, very solid. Lander voted for Trump in 2016 while he will vote for the president again in November. He's not super confident about another victory right now. I'm not. I think there's a lot of Division going on in the country right now, and I think it's going to be a tough role for him to get re elected right now. It's no coincidence that the Trump campaign is sending pence to suburbs like Waukesha County. Says Bill Makashin, a Republican strategist. Makashin says the former Indiana governor is a better fit right now for conservative suburban voters, notably women, especially, he says, given how Trump struggles to show empathy, both race and and the pandemic. Our issues that require empathy right? Because people have been impacted by it, either personally or their extended family. There's been a significant number of deaths pants has been dubbed The Wisconsin Whisper by Charlie Sykes. Milwaukee conservative political commentator who opposes Trump. But Sykes is dubious about whether Pence can really make much of a difference this fall. Donald Trump is so loud it's hard to hear any of those whispers over the president. So I'm just not sure what it accomplishes what the value added, is Sykes says. Ultimately, this election is going to be a referendum on Donald Trump, Not on Mike Pence. For NPR News. I'm Ayaan Silver in Milwaukee. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noelle King John McConnell With your Tuesday morning traffic.

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"ayaan" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

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"ayaan" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ayaan" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

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