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Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem
"In this episode. We're taking you inside one home in brazil where disinformation about. Feminism tested. the bond between a father and a daughter brazilian journalist giovanni fleck explains how women's rights have been attacked by fake news in brazil. I think one of the most disturbing things i've ever heard say was from this tape. Back in two thousand and three back then was another a congressman. He in congress when they in brasilia the capital in boston. I got into an argument with a congresswoman named maria. jose. You about brazil's past military dictatorships both scenarios fond of military power and jose against data ships. But it got personal and she called him a rapist and he just called her beach writing front of the media after that personality didn't back down from her he her again and said i'm not going to rape you because we're not worth auditory visual in brazil. We call this sort of behaviour by man machismo. There's no english equivalent for my cheese. Mill it is idea of hyper masculinity that dictates what a man and a society are supposed to be it is everywhere and it's made a lot of people believe that men are superior to women. Bolsonaro has been in politics the eighties before a long time. He was on the french this moment. Back in two thousand and three. When bolzano called jose you on national tv. This is more people started listening.
"bolzano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Coming well. The other two players stick around after their contracts are up with either Columbus and Winnipeg. Carpenter in the Left wing corner jacket zone tied up Lost the puck. Don't me put it behind the jacket. Net. David Savard in the near corner. Well, chip it back down behind the jackets net. Every cough will put it around up the far side boards and David camp for the Hawks took it away in front of the Hawks bench, He'll fling the puck back in the Bihac zone. Carlson takes the gift from Kevin Langan and carries behind the hawk net than a pass ahead camp. But the jacket blue line, he deflects it down the boards in behind the net and caught the chef. Actually, Hagel caught the shaft of Bolzano stick in the face. No penalty, called the referee was raped there and looked over at Hagel and said it was the follow through of the shot. Mm. Okay. Years. Hey, go into the jacket zone along the right boards. Back, handing the puck down in behind the blue jacket that David Camp trying to free himself from a check. Put it around. And your door off of the left point. Ends it down The left wing half boards to Patrick Kane. The yan mark in the corner tried to leave it for King. Jacket, steam cooking broke that up and then came took it back. Hope checks the puck down behind the jackets net to you and Mark Centered around the near side. It's off the stick of Nikola Bohdan Hawks defenseman. Deflects into the Hawk's own. You're off back to get it ahead. The suitor, its center. I see you and mark over the jacket line who came to the right wing corner. He leaves the putt there for young market a little late getting there. Jack. It's getting back deals on. I'll put up the boards picked off by a landmark crossing the slot had it poked, checked office stick. Gathered in at the line by sooner to Keith Left point. He spends it toward the net deflected off the side of the net by and Mark and Mark got it back to Keith. Left Point hammers one across to the right wing circle the cane. Is it there For ya and Mark you'll spend it behind the net now had a brilliant handoff by suitor in front from Mitchell. He wiped it in front of them couldn't complete the mission with the back and the other way. Robinson down the left wing Hawk zone. He shoots, he scars and this is over the left shoulder. Of Kevin Lincoln and and into the top corner of the Net. It's the blue Jackets, too, and the Hawks no score. What a shot by Robinson and unfortunately for the Blackhawks, Mitchell jumps in on the play here, and Patrick Kane is back in this past, just to lose Patrick Kane in the neutral zone, and Robinson a big, strong guy 6 to £200 out of Princeton University. He just powers his way down and then fires a one on one shot over the glove. Of the goaltender Lincoln and Blackhawks with two or three good opportunities at the other end of the ice, nothing rewarded on their efforts and all of a sudden a counter attacked from Columbus ends up in the back of the net to nothing. Columbus 16 21 to go here period to Robinson, second on the season at 3 39 of the frame. Robinson is try mentioned a Princeton product. He's from Belmar, New Jersey, which is near the Philadelphia area. Ways we return return to the play Connor Murphy clips that add to Kubelik, its center ice. He'll send the puck in the left wing corner in the blue jacket end. Carl Soderberg. They're battling with Seth Jones. Got it. Andrew, Sean and Soderbergh carries behind the net and it knocked away. You're going to get another penalty here. High sticking car will be made to one of the blue jackets, and I believe it's gonna be Seth Jones. Yeah, they're gonna check out and you shot to see if it's a two or a four minute, Massoud. We'd go down and get the call here from the official. Longest title, the number 32 minutes high stick. Well, nice and clear here at the United Center. Yeah. Crowd Was Mason. Quiet while the referee to tell us what was going on there..
"bolzano" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Into the crowd of his rally in Florida last night, though many in the audience weren't wearing one kiss everyone that kiss the guys in the beautiful women campaigning in Ohio Toledo, Joe Biden criticized Republicans for rushing through a Supreme Court nomination. In instead of providing a significant economic need for localities. Laura Podesta, CBS NEWS Capitol Hill Boston University, stepping up their housing options for off campus students who test positive for Cove it the BU free press reporting today that the temporary housing is completely free to use for the recovery process to help limit the spread of the virus. The dorms, their standard to other residential halls, and students who are isolating in them will get meals delivered to keep them from having to go outside and a moment of truth in Britain today on the game plan to confront a second wave of Corona virus in the country here. A B C's Tom Rivers from London, getting the situation blindly Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a nationwide broadcast. These figures are flashing at us like dashboard warnings in a passenger jet. And we must act the solution for now a three level national system designed to simplify and standardize the current confusing patchwork of local rules. It comes as hospitals here filling up with more covert patients than back in March, when Johnson ordered a national locked down. Tom Rivers ABC NEWS London, It's 11 19. The hope is to break ground in the spring and to open next Christmas on a new gym at our Lady of the Valley Inn, Oxbridge Drew's W busies. Drew Mulholland reports that it's named after a former student. Grace read. It would be a dream come true. Said it all the time. If I ever have enough money some day, I'm gonna build a gym. For elope and those who knew the world record holder? No, she'd stop at nothing until she accomplished whatever it was, she set out to do had energy and then some used to ask us a lot like we don't make me do this. Can we do that? You know we can't do that right now. Great. Tragically, Grace won't sees this goal taken too soon in a car crash last January on a college rowing trip, though her dream may still be realized, thanks to the generosity of others through a fund raiser established to build that Jim appropriately named the Grayson. NdeR it's needed and I know they're going to be so thankful for it and to know that her name and her story will be for gotten because it'll be there forever. Chris Mama W. B C. Boston's news radio It is Halloween draws near. Paranormal enthusiasts are heading to a ghostly hot spot south of the city. Michelle gag. Nen was walking her dog through the eerie woods of Freetown when she almost had a ghostly encounter. Oh, I just thought I saw a tree moving abnormally with no wind. And then I realized that there was actually people that a head I think it was you I am very much alive. As are the legends of the Bridgewater Triangle. If you have an interest in anything paranormal, you're gonna find it in the bridge wire triangle. Christopher Bolzano has written two books about the area, which in recent years has become a popular spot for thrill seekers. Not because ghosts or Bigfoot sightings of you oppose it because all of that stuff is there from the haunted Woods.
"bolzano" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I heart radio at now number one for podcasting news radio WFLA and I heart radio station fox news alert a family tragedy involving one of the greatest basketball players of all time CJ pop of fox news Kobe Bryant and his thirteen year old daughter Gianna perish in a tragic accident fox's Christina Coleman you have this crash that happened just before ten AM we're told that you know with this crash that happened doesn't appear that there are you know many structures homes in that area it's just kind of contain to that that one spot there but again what we do know sadly that Kobe Bryant this NBA legend the star that so many people have looked up to and and have and has admired was on that aircraft fox news headlines twenty four seven sports reporter Matt Bolzano joins us live with more on this news that is rocking the sports world Matt in on Brian spent the entire two decades of his career in the substation a member of the LA Lakers the franchise retiring both of his Jersey numbers eight and twenty four Brian just in the news last night lebron James asked him for third on the all time scoring list tweeting out as congradulations now according to reports Kobe and his daughter were on their way to travel basketball game at the mamba academy in nearby thousand oaks California when the crash occurred Gigi herself seen recently taking in basketball games with her dad and talking strategy there survived by the NASA Bryant and three daughters Kobe Bryant was forty one years old medical Tano box needs besides Brian and his daughter teammate of that young girl and a parent of that girl plus the pilot all dying in its Sunday morning's crash and Jerry Nadler will not be at the impeachment trial of president trump his wife is sick in the hospital pancreatic cancer America is losing the fight to from the March.
"bolzano" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Zero in USA news for your health now it appears Americans are using two very dangerous drugs more than ever before USA radio's Chris Barnes with the very latest now from Washington DC a new study revealing the use of meth amphetamines and federal is storing it nationwide according to research gathered from over a million urine test samples testing positive for math have increased six fold with about eight percent testing positive last year compared to nearly one percent in twenty thirteen similarly the percentage of exams coming back positive for federal has quadrupled since twenty thirteen for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes a terrible tragedy that tell you about in Italy were tourist nearest ski resort waiting for a bus killed by a drunk driver USA radio's windy king with details the drunk driver plowed into a group of terrorists and can resort in early killing at least six people a total of seventeen people were involved in the crash which happened at one twenty in the morning local time in the northern province of Bolzano almost six who died believed to have been tourist visiting from Germany four people were also injured with two people hospitalized in Austria police said the driver a twenty seven year old man was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter for USA radio news I'm when the king for USA radio news I'm Robert Wilensky do you have an old car sitting in the driveway how would.
"bolzano" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five one two nine zero Judy Sheindlin also known as TV's judge beauty is opening up about her decision to back former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg in the democratic presidential race she joins ABC's the view and says when I looked at the field of twenty twenty candidates for one reason or another although I'm sure there were very nice people there was no voice from the other than the voice of someone who has experience in government second only to the president of the United States because New York City has the most diverse population of any place else in the United States of America except the United States of America there was a good feeling it was a feeling that things were run actively inefficiently during during his twelve years as mayor tourist in Italy near the Austrian border were waiting for a bus to arrive when tragedy struck USA radio networks Wendy king has the details a suspected drunk driver plowed into a group of terrorists at the resort in early killing at least six people a total of seventeen people were involved in the crash which happened at one twenty in the morning local time in the northern province of Bolzano almost six who died were believed to have been tourist visiting from Germany four people were also injured with two people being hospitalized in Austria police said the driver a twenty seven year old man was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter for USA radio news I'm Tim Berg happening every night one is yours any.
"bolzano" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Maple Syrup from a lot of specific places online so people who come visit is it Vermont and connect with farms and products. Here then end up. Being loyal customers long-term loyal customers wherever they live around world. Yep I I sometimes send Vermont Cheeses Maple Syrup and stuff to out of town relatives at the holidays and so on and And there's definitely the Some extra level of something there. I'm not sure exactly what it is beyond just the fact that the cheeses delicious. So I'm looking at a card in front of me. Here says International Workshop on Agritourism. Twenty twenty the date is October. Twenty seventh through the twenty nineth in Burlington Vermont. So it sounds like we're GONNA have some visitors from all over coming in August agritourism next fall and who wants to take a swing at. Tell me a little bit about this. This is Lisa I can. I can start off by saying I was fortunate to in about a year ago in in two thousand eighteen. I was fortunate to go to the First World Congress on agritourism which was held in Italy in Bolzano Italy And part of the reason why I was able to go because Uvm sent me there and bring the next one back to Vermont. And so so I there were about two hundred and fifty people from over forty countries. All talking about what agritourism meant and what it was doing for for the rural communities and their air countries around the world and I said to the folks in Italy Hey we want to host the next one and it took a little doing because their first reaction was oh no this the World Congress must always be in Italy. You said well. If it's the world congress you gotTA spread it out a little bit here right. Well I said you know there's only four people from the US here at this conference in about as many as Canada. If they're you know if we move this around if we move move move the idea of an international conference around. Well you're going to draw a lot more people from different places and then the next time when you hold it in Italy. You're yeah exactly it'll be bigger and so we're yes so we couldn't call it Congress on agritourism but we're fortunate to have the international workshop up on agritourism which is the second international agritourism conference. And it's coming right here to Burlington Vermont as you mentioned October. Twenty seven to twenty nine th and we are right now we're in the throes of We're about to put out the call for proposals for presentations. And this is a conference for farmers for Agricultural Service providers for for the tourism industry for researchers scientists. Anyone who is somehow somehow learning experiencing practicing agritourism or who just wants to learn more about it. This is a conference bringing folks together From around the world to to really look at it and learn from each other and it's a great opportunity to show up for Mont.. Yeah for sure I mean that is That's exciting that this has come into Burlington and next October and So I congratulate you on getting the getting that not. That's that's pretty terrific and now I'm I'm wondering are there going to be talk to me for a moment about which countries our leaders. Obviously Italy I would gather francis big into agritourism Great Britain or are they doing well. Yes but it's not just in Europe. That was one of the things that really came home to me. When I was at the conference in Italy I mean there were people from South Africa and Malawi from Lebanon and Saudi Arabia and Egypt I'm from Australia. New Zealand South America Peru. Especially you know in a lot of places. They'll be an indigenous focus on indigenous farming tradition. Sir So well while Italy. Maybe you know get it gets a lot of press there. It's happening all over the world and so many people WANNA alern share from each other. Well that's Sounds like an opportunity to do so next October. Two Thousand Seven hundred twenty eight in Burlington at the international workshop on agritourism. It looks like Mara you wanted to add a word here. You know I think of our leaders and you know what from the Governor to legislators and people kind of struggling to look Out For Vermont. Vulnerable populations all the challenges. We seek and I think about this is just such a positive opportunity for investment the chance for Vermont to really step into our role as leaders in the global agritourism movement. And Lisa said you know the the interest agritourism is broad and wide A lot of the world's cultures a lot of traditional cultures really celebrate connected connection to place and food And but I think in the US the US. I think Vermont holds You know a continuity with are working landscape Still being whole enough to offer something. That's really authentic. Really really spectacular and such a neat opportunity for us at the community level whether it's groups like acorn across the state At regional level individual farms like ours or these statewide organizations Really helping to position to rot capture this opportunity and what an opportunity. We have a caller on the line. Let's go to wait in Carinthia. Good Morning Wade. It's morning day. That was that was being mentioned this morning in the studio for just a moment right sure. Yeah Hey wanted to get in and yeah agritourism you know here in Vermont and we think the outside of Vermont. You're talking about in Italy but I was never so impressed. is in Portland Maine directly a beach house down Democrat a little bit Last summer and we've worked one of those lobster boat tours where you actually join in you know pulling up a lobster traps and everything And being in business too you know looking at the numbers and lobster eastern me as as far as a catch goes was rock bottom. They couldn't even cover their fuel to go out for you. Know Half Day and come back with just a handful of lobster. They were just losing their shirts. Yep but this this this young fellow Ashley Young couple that owned this boat They went out. We were we were group of about twenty. I think we paid twenty three twenty five dollars a piece you. They're young. He he caught five lobster which was did not cover his people probably And our group went out in the morning and he has three more fully booked cruises after that you you put on the slickers and you and gloves stinky fish and your whole experience and you pull him up. This guy was probably grossing fifteen or sixteen hundred bucks a day a uncooked on tourism. There you go that's I don't know if they call it aqua tourism when it involves the ocean or whatever but uh is that right. Just do the lobster lobster thing here in Vermont but it's GonNa be tough getting lobsters in Vermont but We have other things to offer here so I I appreciate the call way. That's that's fascinating and talk to me by the competition My three guests here a little bit. I mean I remember going to visit my my sister out near Dayton Ohio a couple of years ago and she took me on a winery tour in southwest Ohio My brother in California talks about the all the terrific breweries around San Diego. So we're not alone in this. But how do we stand out Mari. Sorry I think I think the connectivity with we have a lot of rural lands in Vermont people cherish driving through the state Visiting the state. I think the authentic You know some of the choices that we've made over time not have billboards. There's something very distinctive in the state state. It shows up when we sell our products out of the state And we just have to step into the very specialness that we have and Gosh. Don't we for the tourists that go. Oh wow in taste and smell and feel at yourselves. Come visit our farms and I would. This is Lisa all add that our budget our tourism and promotion budget maybe smaller Mahler than every other state out there. Just about which definitely hinders our ability to spread the word nationally and internationally but what we have to offer. The authenticity of our product is as good as anything or better than anything. And you. You know you you've been to Italy. You were talking about that you can. You can find amazing experiences right here in Vermont and it's on all of us through through social chill media and and thanks to you for helping to spread the story short for all of us to share the news just a couple of minutes ago so if somebody wants to reach out and find out more about this is a website or to y'all recommend yeah I would say dig in bt Dot Com again Vermont Dot Com if you what alert Gi Mvp all one word. Yep that's right okay. T. Dot com and we have a calendar of food and farm events around the state a newsletter after all sorts of places and things to do sounds like an excellent place to start one last word. Lisa that that's a public facing website for farmers or people interested interested in helping with the workshop they can go to. UVM DOT EDU SLASH VAT agritourism okay. Well let's go to wrap it up from the nave. Graham show on this Thursday morning November the fourteenth two thousand nineteen and I want to thank guests very much. We've been speaking with Lisa Chase The statue professor professor. UVM Director of Tourism Research Center Murray Almond is farmer. The remount girls farm and Northfield. Tara Pereira is executive director of the fresh network. Thank you very much coming in. And that'll do it for the Dave Ramsey show on this Thursday morning folks. I have a great afternoon in tune into Gantomar warning. We'll talk to y'all soon..
"bolzano" Discussed on The Daily
"They go from a period of feeling optimistic and almost euphoric about the future to a period of despair and anguish, and we're is both an RO in. All this Bolzano is one of the rare veteran lawmakers who has not really been splattered by beasts corruption investigations. And at this time, he starts getting a fair amount of traction, all of a sudden this guy who had been, you know, we're fringe character comes more into sync with how Brazilians were feeling about their lot in life. What would you use to around two thousand sixteen? He starts telling people that he wants to take a shot at the presidency as it was. Vice would end the way he spread. His message was unique in the history of Brazilian presidential races. He was campaigning largely by sitting in front of a phone which was often shaky. Was enough dot gov. That is and just broadcasting videos live on Facebook on Instagram. Do you still where he was speaking to people as though they were long lost friend by what was. Was. Got it was completely unscripted oftentimes stream of consciousness he would jump from one subject to another fully simply of fully jizzle boat. And I think people saw that as pretty refreshing people were so disgusted with politics as usual in the political establishment that they sign this guy within in the fringes for so long somebody who could radically reinvent the system. The stature at this moment to do that on the very first rumblings of Abel's. Presidential bid start coming up people left. It off the conventional wisdom was he's too extreme. He's to outside of the norm. But the spite skepticism by the end of two thousand seventeen it game pretty clear that both of those message had strong appeal across the country. What exactly is he promising on the campaign trail that the Brazilian? People are finding so compelling on corruption. He was very clear in stating that he was gonna have no patience for business as usual in that under his tenure. There was cut. Yeah. The michael. Owes. You forget you was people who are corrupt had tons to fear. But I think the main promise he made to supporters was that he was going to take extraordinary measures to restore security, and we're talking about pretty draconian things also know, for example, one said a good criminal is a debt criminal. He say this. Okay. He made it clear he was essentially going to give the police free rein to shoot that criminals on the spot body was sits. This women's March highs. So that'd be data. The third thing he did which was unusual surround himself with military leaders and make them kind of a core base of support. The military had been largely out of sight in politics in Brazil for the past three decades. So this is a pretty bold move. But actually one that captured people's imagination as they longed for a system that was more orderly. More secure cranky often outrageous character is starting to connect with absolutely. However, I think it's important to note that there were a couple of pretty crucial turning points that turbocharged case presidential bid fills full of president Louis industrial. Do Silva is to stand trial for allegedly accepting of one million dollars in bribes early last year. Former President Lula who had been the front runner, according to opinion polls and who is trying to make a bid for a third term in the presidential palace..
"bolzano" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"And I went to six and then a like, it's hard to go when you before you dead tired, and I'd had may you have to build up. To go in twelve rounds and to go right into that. I mean, I was I knew after went past a couple rounds here. No chance of winning. I mean, you cannot do when I left that camp when I left that came the odds were over on the eight nine and a half. I couldn't believe over on that on a half. I want straight those book about the under. And thank God. I did it them because fight we became eight and a half, then you would've lost. If you put the other eight and a half, I want straight to the sports book. I'm the on the nine and a half. I knew this guy. Not because he's tired like everybody thinks I knew we had the reason everybody missed misconstrued. When I say, he's got no balls that doesn't mean like, you know, that's like subjective. Because if I don't want to jump off the off the Eiffel tower and bungy jump off. I got no pulse. It's not about having what I talk about having Bolzano balls. It means you commit to what you say. You do. Okay, you if you got this fight. Now, you come into it. If you say, you're gonna do this you commit to it. And you see it through whether it's tough or whether it's not because you your words sign that check and on your s asp acacia Young's damning. So if. It gets bed. If it gets uncomfortable. You still have the the you still have the have to have the decency to go through with it as a man because you're a man. Okay. That's what I talk about. What kind of Greg having no balls because I knew he was Pike's. You saw his Instagram post a whole month before the Mayweather fight. He's he's mountain biking all year, and he's all month and he's doing all day. So we're getting ready to treadmill on the water got everything he was. So he's in shape. Right. He's put even if you are in shape things people at home the about combat, even when you are in shape. And obviously you understand this you still get tired. It's not like you trained hard for the fight. So you now, you're guaranteed. Not to go through a bad moment in the fight because you trained for it. It's not combat combat is you train as hard as you can. But then you gotta fight night. You may have to go through more off moments. You may also get tired you may. But your mind has to make you believe you can soup you can overcome it. And if you are in shape, and you trained hard you will. Overcome it, you can overcome it. But you still have to be willing to win your mind get through this comfort. So it's not like Conor McGregor got tired. He can't. He can't. Yes to. Yes. The he has to quit. You know what I'm saying? All he gets tired. I know I love I love that. You're trying to I love dependable. You just want him onto the bus trust just on them onto the bus. He got tired. Like, I said, I set this all up the right way. We all get tired and fight to we all train Harwell guitar invites. Well, he gets. Bradley be between a guy with bulls. And a guy was no balls is. We're all in shape fighting through. But when you when you throw it because you can because you trained hard on your shape, even if you win a lose, you went out like a man, and it's like, you know, what you went out like a man Khabib would not have spit on the guy like a bitch that he is if he would have went out like a man got stop and spit on him because he said after all that you really are a bitch no-balls, that's basically and like a bitch..
"bolzano" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"And it's not up to me at the end of the day. You do. Yeah. I'd do it because I don't like the guy. You know what I'm saying? And I tell you how I wanna do it. Because like I said I want you to put your money where? Your mouth is. You know, what I mean if you beat me up and gave me cautions. And hospitalize, you whatever it is. I don't even what was I don't even know what he said. Do it money winner takes old. Now, you've got to do it winner-takes-all. If you did this put your money where your mouth is you did that to me it might sport risk fighting for free now. Now, you got not now, let's see him put your balls on the table because you've got none. I say, okay. You know, what I send you to the hospital. Now, I'm gonna do I'm gonna don't wanna fix all. Because why am I so willing to do winner-takes-all if it's about money because everybody's blaming Polly wants to pay. They only ones this. Oh, it's a payday for me. When it takes all, I take all the money. I'll beat the shit out of the guy, and he knows it too. That's why that's why he hasn't done it. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he can't he gets. He kills himself. If he walks around the ring for twelve Brownsville, stop he'll stop walking. You can't go twelve rounds himself just on on an average. That's what I thought. I mean when people were talking about that fight him at Floyd. I was like man take every nickel. You can't embed it against him. And does he knocks him out in the first round? He has no chance. I mean, I you know, I had fifteen professional boxing matches. And then I started with four round fights. And I went to six and then a like, it's hard to go when you before you dead tired, and I'd had made you have to build up to go in twelve rounds and to go right into that. I mean, I was I knew after went past a couple rounds here. No chance of winning. I mean, you cannot do when I when I left that camp when I left that camp. The odds were over on the eight nine and a half. I couldn't believe on the over on that on a half. I want straight those book about the under. And thank God. I did it then because five week it became eight and a half. And then you would've lost. If you put the other eight and a half, I want straight to the sports book. I'm the on the nine and a half. I knew this guy. Not because he's tired like everybody thinks I knew we had the reason everybody missed misconstrued. When I say, he's got no balls that doesn't mean like, you know, that's like subjective. Because if I don't want to jump off. Off the Eiffel tower and bungy jump. I got no pulse. It's not. It's not about what I talk about having Bolzano balls. It means you commit to what you say. You do. Okay. If you got this fight. Now, you come into it. If you say, you're gonna do this you commit to it. And you see it through whether it's tough or whether it's not because you your words sign that check and on your s acacia youngest damning. So if it gets bed if it gets uncomfortable. You still have the the you still have the have to have the decency to go through with it as a man because you're a man. Okay. That's what I talk about what kind of Greg having no balls because I knew he was pikes. You know, he saw his Instagram post a whole month before the Mayweather fight. He's he's mountain biking all year, and he's all month and he's doing all day. So we're getting ready to treadmill on the water got everything he was. So he's in shape. Right. He's put even if you are in shape things people at home after on the Santa about combat, even when you are in shape. And obviously you understand this you still get tired. It's not like..
"bolzano" Discussed on KCRW
"Gyro. Bozo. Nado is a far right politician who has been dubbed the Trump of the tropics. His political rise has been marked by his frequent racist, homophobic. And misogynistic remarks. The new president also campaigned on promises to do away with entrenched government corruption and get the country out of a growing deficit here to discuss just how far both auto is likely to get with his campaign agenda is Sarah Maslin Brazil correspondent for the economist. Hey, Sarah, thanks for joining us. It's great to be here. So most are not a one a very contentious runoff election that basically had him against a candidate from the Workers Party. What is his base both on Otto got a strong base months ago of far, right? And especially religious Brazilians hoping for a real return. Turn to a more conservative era, but he won this election really more because voters were voting against what came before him. They were sick of the corruption. Racked Brazil sick of the economic recession sick of growing crime rates, and we're really hoping for something different. And I'm wondering if you could give us a sense of what Brazil's relationship with the United States is right now, we know secretary of state Mike Pompeo has already met with bolster Nado, President Trump appears to support him. And again as we mentioned in the introduction. He's known as the Trump of the tropics. So I'm going to take a wild guess and assume that this is a positive relationship for the two of them. Yeah. That's one of the most market things about this. New government is we can expect to see a much closer relationship with the US and those of us who've been covering Bolzano for months now, we're always somewhat resistant to the comparisons to Trump. We. Wanted to make sure to distinguish what was happening in Brazil. But over time, it became really clear that he was borrowing a whole lot from Trump's playbook everything from his strategies of communicating via social media to he's sort of anti-globalist agenda and about moving the Brazilian ambiguity in Israel to Jerusalem, and a lot of these questions that kind of have, you know, liberals, and progressives in Brazil, raising their eyebrows, and sort of hoping that he focuses on the economic reforms rather than this more ideological agenda, but that's sort of the biggest question going into his presidency talk a little bit about what's going to happen to the Brazilian economy. What is also Sunada's as plan right now to improve a Konami that's been hurting. So what he said is that he plans to push big structural reforms including pensions reform, which is by and large the most important thing. Pensions budget is is taking up more than half of Brazil's federal spending. And we'll just keep taking up more of the pie and cutting what Brazil is allowed to spend on things like education and health and other public services, but that's gonna be really difficult because nobody likes to see their benefits cut. So it really depends on him getting support in congress to do should have unpopular changes. It's another concern with Bolsonaro taking office is the environment. Particularly the rainforests at what are the biggest concerns out right now from activists and environmentalists about both sonatas presidency. So this is huge. And this may indeed be what we look back on in five or ten years as the thing about both senators presidency that most affects the rest of the world because of how important Amazon is to curbing climate change just within the first few hours Boso NATO, basically gave the power. Hour of of demarcation indigenous reserves to the agricultural ministry month ago, he dropped out of hosting UN climate talks next year, and the person that he's putting in charge of his environment ministry, basically said global warming was a secondary issue all of this points to both on does stance that really the Amazon is to be exploited not protected and that's pretty worrisome considering that deforestation has been going up in recent years, and the Amazon even though it's massive is also a finite resource that the whole world depends on Sarah Maslin is the Brazil correspondent for the economist. Sarah, thanks again. Thanks so much for having me. Support comes from south coast repertory, presenting culture, clash still in America with the world under their microscope. The masters of biting satire are back with a look at the men and women who make this nation. True stories real people anything this deep shouldn't be this funny onstage now through January twentieth. For tickets and more information, visit SCR dot ORG..
"bolzano" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"I think I used six or seven glasses a day how pathetic rot. I use so many glasses that my dad mentioned it in my wedding. He said to my now ex husband good luck with the water glasses. You know, my wedding. Get him. So I feel so known right now, I thought it was just me. I do think that this is a three because here's another thing. I know this to be true of you. And I know it's true of me to my living room looks great. Oh, for sure I mean, great. Oh, yeah. Downstairs is a mate taking lots of time and attention. So that I can forward facing to the world because if I live a perfect domestic life totally and then you step into my bedroom. And it's like what fresh hell. Oh, I know. Oh, gosh. My bedroom is bad mine is due, but doesn't it makes me really mad because that's supposed to be the sanctuary. You know? No. And instead, I just obviously I mean, I actually think that now we're getting off on a tangent. But I think it's a good one. I think that the way I keep my house is reflective of my life in general, which is I neglect. My the things that are important for me. And I take care of the things that make me look a certain way to other people bullseye Bolzano. Yes. Which is exactly why my living room looks amazing and my bedroom. I'm neglecting it in my bedroom is my soul. That's the next book. We're gonna write my bedroom is my soul. So but that going back to that five to ten minutes. All of the us hangs could be remedied if we just took the time, right then and it is it's so easy. Same thing with kitchens. My dishes can get that way. Sometimes usually I'm a little better about that Kissling went once again, it's downstairs more people are like that some some walk in. How dare they? Okay. I'm onto that. Like I'm going to use that to for. Sure. Okay. That's part of it. What else what else is on your list? Oh, okay. Well, this is kind of a big step for me. I I have started going to a co working space. How are you liking that? I like it so much Julie. And I did not think I was gonna like it for all the reasons that most people know, I'm I'm introverted. I can't I don't like being around a lot of people. I thought I was going to get super stranded. Like kind of like yes, watching above my laptop seeing what everybody's doing your naming all the reasons that I failed at doing co. Well, I don't know what it was. I mean, this particular one I go to one called how Seon which is fairly close to my home. First of all, it's just like the aesthetics of this place. It's so well designed while I have to say them and my husband design. Okay. It's actually kind of funny. I have to say so Halcion sits next is in the same building as my husband's studio, which is spilling house Yang because I need to Google. It's H A L C Y O N O got it. It's beautiful. So it sits next door to my husband's studio. It's kind of funny because Dustin is like, wait. I just wanted to remind you we have like a twenty four hundred square square foot studio that you can work from. And I'm like, oh, no. That's why we're still married because we don't see each other during the day. Like, if you really think that I can be around you all day and all night..
"bolzano" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"So it connects the box, and then he pulls at the plastic explosives and any molds it and all these hands. And then he puts the wires in several missions pump the pump the Ron not explosive. Yeah. And then it gets the detonator and you say pull the aerial out on stains near the elevator. Because who is trying to kill his two of the scientists who would judging this award. It turns he's Rockstars who have presiding over this prestigious award. That's exactly it. So he blows the cables in in the elevator. It turns out that doesn't kill the two scientists just grievously inches them. That's right. And there's a woman there who's also the daughter of a young Morgan Fairchild. I think okay. Jeez. The daughter of another scientist, who's not they. The committee. She's come ahead. Yeah. To smooth some stuff out, but at this exact same time. Also, we see who it is. And it's bloody doctor moon stock to me believe it Akaba. So we cut back though to the lab, and Dr moon is also there somehow at the same time time, and he goes, I tell you what. Ability of science a bit of science for you tonight. It's going to blend in love this Asahi Bolzano, ladies and gentlemen. This is my partner edgy Eddie holds a frog. And a woman's like your PA Cam on John, I was just kidding around. But a science Huma don't get a lot of centime around journalism school, but this is a science, but not anymore about am. I settle in because your balls. Ovaries young lady sauce. Auto. So he says he's going to clone a frog at this point Al copy of the of the show glitches TV glitches. And then everybody stands around for what I assume is civil Allers and watches I Freud go from a single cell to a tadpole to a little frog to a regular sized frog. And no one's talking. They're just taking photos that will be that. He's like watching a clock. They should have been one of those calendars with all the pages coming off as the days for girl being. So he signs everyone's bowls off egos. Look, I've got two frogs and they take photos. It's pretty incredible incredibly had a frog. And now, he's got another frog. The to the Spacey's with the most individually distinct beings in it, you know, what I mean on frog allies always differ from the other Franck police two frogs identical. Yeah. It's at this point. I realized something must be amiss because well first of all these two versions of him. Obviously, there's two frogs and he has never won the science award. Despite the fact that he has invented. Cloning. Yes. In the seventies. What other science experiment even comes close to that? Right. I mean, I know it's a comic book universe. But I mean what what is better than that? Well, maybe it's maybe this exists in the logic mobile universe. And so people are just inventing time travel and artificial intelligence ever in the seventies. And they're like cloning who can taunt travel this come on. Yeah. So it turns out that. Because I saw some cops went to investigate. And then like, yeah. The cable just broke in the elevate us, why don't trading the Swedish investigated it. So I mean, there's always burn marks on the wall a loud bang. Yeah. So paid pocket, and it was a man hit hiding in a pot plant with a remote control tones up at it. He's looking in the elevator. And this is where he spotted since kicks in his eyes flash. Which is quite which is very different in the in the in the comic books and in the most of the movies. It's a pre cognitive dangeous dangerous coming right at him. He knows it's coming and he can dodge out of the way. But in this case through time can see backwards through time. I can see a cable and elevator cable. And he knows it's being blown up. Yes. It's more. It's something else. So he spider-man's into their because he wants to know what's going on the Bom is still hanging from the cable. Clearly, they didn't look into it at all. And then a guy looks into the elevators like it's about you. Elevators show. This police sergeant the lead detective he's like get out of the amongst that stuff. We haven't investigated it at all..
"bolzano" Discussed on Today in Focus
"And then he decides to rump office. So what's the story of his campaign to become president? So he has done a very very very unusual political campaign with the help of his very very effective social media campaign. He likes to play the comparison with Donald Trump and social media. He really is up there. I mean, he's millions or followers on Twitter on Facebook on YouTube. And they've also been extremely that some would say illegally that does. Because it's like that. It's been misused him what's up good at harnessing support. And spreading news and fake news, food, what's up? There are some -solutely bunkers quite disturbing examples, actually, if the sort of fake news that has been spread quite the oldest one is something cool the Madeta at author, which is an robotic babies both. So the claims that circulated. Was the his left-wing rival and under have I when he was mayor of some Paolo had distributed in Brazilian schools. These erotic babies bottles remember that aero Chica which baby bottles where the teat is shaped like a penis. And there are someone is actually going to the trouble of making one of these things if you tighten my mother into Jude you'll see videos of angry Bolzano voters handling this just grotesque creation. People believe this people do believe it. Yeah. But now until this was going to work until August. Do you talk to people who fully politics in Brazil? And they still didn't believe he was going to win on about twenty percent of the polls like you kind of stole there. And the guy who was in the Louis little silver. Former president who is Brazil president from two thousand three until two thousand and eleven was leading in the polls and had an incredible political comeback. Despite the fact that he was jailed this year for corruption in my laundry. For you. How did you the front runner was in prison that situation became even stranger in early September? When both auto was stamped, and very very very nearly died. The you had just an incredibly bizarre situation in which the to talk to become Brazil's president one was in jail in southern Brazil for corruption and the other one was in hospital on his deathbed. Eventually Lula balls forced to physically put out mate wave in head. I so he's stepped in for the first round and second round. It was those two men facing it off. Saotome? Why were you on election night? Election night was up salute remarkable. I I was hearing some Paulo just off ever needed police, which is the big Fifth Avenue some pollen and at about quarter seven on Sunday nights with nine more than ninety percent of the votes. Counted he was confirmed president of Brazil and with absolute jubilation on policed. I mean, you had thousands and thousands of out of supporters who'd flip out onto this big street surrounded by skyscraper. Green and yellow fireworks? Going off. Everybody was burying both out of t shirts. Some of them with assault rifles stumped onto them. Some of the two say hard to kill which is a reference the fascination attempts on him. Young men. Not people drinking beer a lot of very tipsy if not drunk people, and there was a lot of testosterone. It was quite menacing. But you also had lots of normal families. They had kids babies you LV women. It was a real mix. You you know, you had people from all walks of life there. Celebrating and you stop any of them. And you ask them why did I vote Ables and auto and one of the most of them said was change that what you hearing throughout the campaign. I decided before the first round of the election in September that it would be good. I did a really long road trip through Brazil, so in from northeast Brazil own Paulos two thousand kilometers troubling for the country. I don't die one of reporting. I stepped out of my hotel, and they're on the beach was a young woman who stood there with a big flag that said both out of presidentially. And you know, I really really wanted to find out, particularly why female voters will think for this child who has said some very very offensive things about women in the post..
"bolzano" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"A senior link didn't profile uh it's a it's a very different world and i i i i guess i just the more data is better than less so i went from the jewelry business to technology right i mean my first job otto school was in the jewelry business and i ended up being what i am intact out i i don't want bursting bubbles for you but if you think that as a college senior i sat down and said okay the way to get to be a tech leader east start by counting diamonds that's the plan i don't push to what with i would it in the jewelry business because it was lucrative at i had a guaranteed position it it was easy i added you know i wasn't waking up in the morning thinking tour is going to make the world a better place uh it it what are the things that people for silicon valley are very good at his declaring victory and uh you know the way it works in silicon valley whether you're an investor or an entrepreneur or you're just talking about your career we throw a lot of things against the wall a few of them stake we go up to the wall with our paintbrush and we pay a bullseye around it and we step back and we say we hit a bullseye i guarantee you that's the way to hit the bullseyes so beal i very fortunate had a good career tech in writing though i declare victory no i do i was going to go at the tech it i knew i was going to be a rider i painted the i hit the bolzano he takes up the holy a true uh i never planned to be a writer iin glitch teacher in may he rest in peace he's it happened right now and i'm telling you he is just cracking up he's saying of all my students guy wrote fourteen books here up.
"bolzano" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Yeah i've been ireland third one i would say in greece yet been degrees a few lost a few times there without lost a few times you've been you've been to italy you've in in italy rogge in spain been to spain i will say the thirdcountry has got to be south africa never rely that's edwina nets good when they picked i i've never been to australia but i never if i never make it to another country i will be happy i feel like australia is totally worth it though that's the one that i would say and i wish i would have done it but i'll live without it iin at great at the top of your list greece is definitely that's all night long to go to guy easy some tips angry so yeah i know the europeans want to greg amy good no i'd like to go to pamplona go to spain room at the bolzano thing and third probably australia would be the other one australia's really cool guess at only twenty she's been to one hundred ninety six countries too good for her good for her i've i've been to a lot dow's yeah one more ago will more all right so uh donald trump appeared at the values voters conference a couple of weeks ago and he said he's bringing back merry christmas he said it goes somewhere he says that it's officially okay now for americans to say merry christmas again this is apparently a signature achievement what do you think of what fox news.
"bolzano" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Abbadi visited the northern city of bolzano today and declared victory did akis of our victory today against tyranny and against but ism i announce here from here and to the whole world the end and the failure and the collapse of the state of mace they die terrorism labadie heard through an interpreter on state television using the arabic acronym for the group the uslead coalition says there are still areas of mozell old city the most be cleared of explosive devices and possible isis fighters in hiding in hawaii than active duty army soldier under arrest on terror charges a criminal complaint filed by the fbi alleged the soldier attempted to provide classified documents in a drone to these law mcstay group wells fargo bank is struck a one hundred forty two million dollars settlement to reimburse customers who were harmed by bank employees creating unwanted accounts in their names in pierce chris arnold reports wells fargo says compensation will depend on the financial harm customer severed and improper 35dollar fee likely means less money than if you had your credit score damaged and had to accept a home loan with a higher interest rate that process will be overseen by an independent expert hired by the class action lawyers wells fargo which is an npr financial supporters as it may end up paying more to customers if 100 and 42 million isn't enough the lawsuit stems from a consumer banking scandal in which the banks high pressure sales culture pushed in poised open millions of unwanted checking credit card accounts the bank ceo tim sloan says the settlement is quote fundamental to restoring trust chris arnold npr news and you're listening to npr news.
"bolzano" Discussed on NPR News Now
"The us like coalition is congratulating iraqi security forces on the retaking of the northern city of bolzano from the islamic state group in a statement today us central command said the iraqis had mozell firmly under their control but it also note there are still areas of moses old city that must be cleared of explosive devices impossible isis fighters in hiding the trump administration has officially delayed the implementation of an obama era policy that would allow foreign entrepreneurs to spin two years in the us while building their startups from member station k e r a in dallas lauren silverman reports the international entreprenuer role would allow nonu s citizens who can show they provide a significant public benefit like economic growth or jobs the ability to stay in the us for a renewable thirty month term it was supposed to take effect next week but now the department of homeland security has filed paperwork to delay the start date with the goal of rescinding the rule altogether saudi kerr a senior research scientist at wellesley college says there are alternative work permits and visas but they can be difficult to obtain middle take you in many cases years before you can have some kind of a work permit will allow you didn't actually stay in work on that basis idea fulltime tech leaders had supported the role as had four republican senators lauren silverman npr news humira consumable liberties union filed a lawsuit today against the election commission created by president trump the acl uses the panels failing to follow federal transparency rules suit was filed washington d c amid a wave of opposition by states to the commission's request for voter records wall street dow jones industrial industrial average closed down five points today.