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Fresh update on "boom" discussed on Eric Metaxas

Eric Metaxas

01:01 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "boom" discussed on Eric Metaxas

"Welcome New York. Metaxas show. I've got the privilege right now of speaking to someone. I like I have fun. When we talk, I respect his mind. But I respect his faith. And we're going to talk about something that for many people, um is foreign. We're going to talk a little bit. About what Certain Christians call the prophetic Many Christians scoff it. This sneer at it. Call it heresy. I'm afraid they're mistaken and are themselves heretical in those claims, But you know what? It's cool. I just want to say that Lance wall. Now is somebody who understands the prophetic and who is himself. Uh, somebody who hears directly from God. Now I got to say this because they're people won't get it. No. One um, who is in this prophetic stuff and says, I heard something from God doesn't take the Bible as the ultimate authority. So if God says something to you, it has to accord with what the Bible says. I'll leave it at that lance wall now, my friend. Welcome. It's good to see you, my friend. You know, I don't even use the word prophetic because the prophetic word is so loaded with Pentecostal, Uh, Tourette's responses with people, So I call it a futurist because album topped. Remember Alvin, Tall for everybody thinks the guy's brilliant if he had said he's a prophet that would have joked that laughed at it. But a futurist sounds like you know what you're talking about. Well, I mean, here's the issue that there are people who hear who get quarter unquote words from God. They say God spoke this boom boom boom boom boom, boom boom. And they're claiming that God said this to them now, In many cases, that's exactly what happened and it's proven to be true. There are a number of people Who long before Trump was elected long before he was a candidate, said that a man named Donald Trump is going to be our next president. OK, so that happened when you go back to when they said it wasn't a loony absurdity. And yet it happened. And so I think, you know, these things were complicated. We have to weigh them. What I want to talk to you about. Is where we are right now. Many, many, many of these prophetic voices, some of whom I take very seriously, some of whom I don't listen to because they I don't take them as seriously but a number of very humble people whose prophetic office I take seriously. Have said that Trump will definitely be reelected that some have said that there's going to be a real battle that it's not gonna be easy. A lot of people have said all kinds of things. And have said We've got to fast and pray. This is a spiritually battle in that in a funny way. What is happening right now, in this turmoil is God is preparing his church. To learn how to pray and to battle in prayer. That's all I'll say. Where do you think we are? As of now, in the natural It's not looking very good. Well, here's the interesting thing. So being inclined toe predict stuff on page 71. I actually wrote what I thought was gonna happen of what Of this book, God's cast code. I predicted Chaos is coming, and I put this out before the election. Obviously so, you know you and I talked about this before the election of title is God's Chaos Code and on page 71. Before the election you wrote What I said that the election looks increasingly like it's not going to be decided on November 3rd as road states count mail in ballots as and that means that Trump could win a landslide and then surprise surprise balance began arriving. And with the different time stands we could see. Within days a landslide turned into a margin and then a potential trump defeat. The scenario doesn't even include You know, the fact that there's gonna be illegal balance ballot harvesting voter irregularities. The key to look for is when the networks like box How about this one? Thoughts. Associated Press Facebook. They don't declare a winner on election night when that doesn't happen, The election results are going to end up being contested. The debate could last weeks, possibly months. The this one certainty will unleash street units at some point of the antifa, BLM and other funded organizations because this may well be that ends up going to the Supreme Court. So that was like it was a strange prediction to make When when did you write that? And when was the book published July? And the book was like you know what? August September, Okay. All right. So look first question. Uh, you are a futurist in the sense that you look at trends and you're you're You're a wise and very intelligent man. But when you wrote that Did it come from that or did was it a combination of that? And something that you believe God spoke to you? What? What? You just read us. I believe I'll I believe it was You know, this is the interesting thing about this. I don't know how other people do this. I just simply have strong intuition and that intuition then gets confirmed. So what happens is when I thought is on me that I believe could be prophetic. I start to run into data that begins to confirm it is kind of like a cosmic way of God nudging me saying you're on the right track. You're on the right track. Hold on, Hold on. See this? I love this lot. Lance. I love that. I can talk to you about this because one of the things that really fascinates me is how People hear from God and there's some people who hear from got got extremely powerful E. But when you talk to them about it, they're pathetic at breaking it down so that you can track with them, right? What you just said, is sort of what happens to me. In other words, I have never gotten a boom Reema word of knowledge from God when we got but I have had deep knowing things. That I suspected worm or than my own brain. It's kind of a deep knowing when I talk about God's calling on my life. I know that God is in there and that he confirms it to me over and over and over again, so that it isn't. It's quite different from when somebody says yesterday the Lord said to me this and this and this or I saw a picture of this and And you're you're saying something kind of similar, And the reason I bring this up is I want people to understand that God speaks to different people in different ways. And so just because God speaks to you differently than the next guy, the next guy, it really doesn't matter. The only question is, is it God, but I'm no so fascinated by what you just said. I love that. So you had an intuition. And then the more you looked at things and the more we like, and to see what was happening because of covert that we're going to be enjoyed. And what I've learned this that we're you know, we're busy minds. You guys like us. And so when a thought re occurs, Eric when it comes back to me with persistence, when it comes back to me with persistence, I honor the thought. To me. Thoughts are things not just random neurons. And so when you were writing bond offered some point there was the thought about bond over there was the thought There was a thought that it was and obviously the Lord leads you to do stuff. And then you look back and connect the dots. And you go. Oh, this is really how come I knew I had to do that book. But that was the way that the Lord was leading you at that time, So my sheep hear my voice. I don't think the prophetic should be an unusual thing, except that some of us have verticals. So when you have a vertical, it means there's an area where you have heightened intuition that puts you in front of other people. So that you can actually anticipate reality faster than they do, and then you could make you could use it and look to look smart. Or you could just simply say to be honest, like, for instance, when I wrote the first book, I heard the term Trump Derangement syndrome. I'm the guy that wrote it before it was used because he's away. So you when you say you heard that Was that a kind of a god voice, Or was it just You came up with it in your mind? And you feel like the Holy Spirit kind of highlight your own thought? How did that come to you?.

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International travelers may soon be required to get COVID-19 vaccination before flying

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 hrs ago

International travelers may soon be required to get COVID-19 vaccination before flying

"Air travel could come booming back next year. But with the new rule travelers to certain countries must be vaccinated against the coronavirus before they can fly quotas. Boss Alan Joyce says. It's part of a no jab, no fly policy when the carrier look said overseas travel again, certainly for international visitors coming out and people leaving the country. We think that's a necessity, he says. It's all about safety. But the plan could backfire. Anti VAX is in Australia have reacted angry. Lead to the plan, going as far as launching a world wide boycott against Quantas shouldn't enforce such a ruling. Scott Maimon for CBS News, Brisbane, Australia

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When Critters Bleed ... On Purpose!

Short Wave

08:36 min | 20 hrs ago

When Critters Bleed ... On Purpose!

"Okay now so why did you get interested in this whole reflex bleeding thing well. I just saw this report by that guy. Sebastian hofer and i called him up and he told me that not too long ago he got a job at an island ecosystem research institute in the and so i was looking into what's around. What kind of animals are just scanning through the literature just to see what of questions could answer any read about. These local snakes called thunder snakes. That sounds very dramatic. Thunder thunder thunder snakes. Really it's just that they come out when it rains a lot. And i remember reading this from nineteen fifty five describing this behavior this auto hemorrhaging behavior in these snakes. And i just thought to myself. That's insane so there weren't any photos or any kind of detailed description. It just said. The snakes bled from their heads when handled so he did what most good scientists would do. I assume he went out on an expedition to fight snakes. Absolutely you know it. He absolutely did. He had a couple of colleagues went out looking under rocks flipped a ton of rocks until they finally found one and the snake made some defensive behaviors kinda rolled into this tight ball and it started defecating. And asking you know emitting this pretty bad smelling liquid and then sebastian applied a little pressure to its nose like just gently pinched. Its nose to see if they could trigger any bleeding from handling all right. Now you set me this video. And i'm watching a. It's like a little nose pinch. Maybe you know you pinch at like good. And but then boom the snakes is fill up with blood like immediately there are just too big drops of blood where the is used to be and then suddenly the is kind of clear up and then a drop of blood comes out of its mouth yes. Sebastian told me it was wild. Just because i've never seen anything like that. And just the fact of how quickly that i or the is fully flood with blood and then the blood exudes from the mouth and then the ice fully clear up again in just a couple of seconds. I was stunned. I was like this is mad. I mean that is pretty dramatic and you said other critters. Do this to right right some other snakes. You know the one that's been studied. The most is the horned lizard. That's a lizard that lives in the us in the southern us and what it does is pretty nutso. It shoots blood out of its is and the blood can fly several feet several feet. Yeah it doesn't happen that often but when it does it's so dramatic that it really gets people's attention. Indigenous people have known about these lizards for a long time. European scientists wrote about them centuries ago and for forty years. These lizards have been studied by wage. Sherbrooke director emeritus of the southwestern research station of the american museum of natural history in arizona and he told me at the beginning. He was just wondering if this is supposed to be a defensive response. Why would blood be a turnoff. For what is after all a bloodthirsty predator. Good question when you try to say well. Maybe a predator wouldn't like it depends on is going to eat these things you know. That doesn't make sense so That's that's where i started. So he began watching the lizards in doing experiments. And what he found that. The horned lizard wouldn't always squirt blood from its eyes when threatened by an animal. And what i found was with roadrunners with grasshopper mice with Leopard lizards with rattlesnakes with other snakes. They never squirt blood. They don't do it then so when do they do it. Do they squirt blood. He told me it's when the lizard is about to be eaten by something like a coyote. Or a bob cat and the reason is the blood has a distasteful quality to mammalian predators and it has to be. It has to arrive in the mouth. Okay so these lizards are not really trying to like hit. A predator from several feet away by sending streams of blood. Flying out of there is apparently not disappointing. It's more like a coyotes mouth clamps down on the lizard the lizard squirts out foul tasting blood. Way told me that when he goes out and handles horned lizards only a couple times. Out of one hundred. Will it actually squirt blood from its. Is you know he said. Humans aren't typical predator. So he thinks lizard is just kind of confused. It doesn't really know what to do and he told me he's actually tasted the blood no for a long time. I thought it basically tastes like my blood. I wish i was surprised that this took a turn to a scientist tasting blood. But i'm not look. This is science magazine science. So then you know after a while. Though he started thinking actually there is this kind of you know aftertaste. Kind of acid aftertaste that lasted for maybe twenty minutes. Or so he said it was really minor. But if he squirts the blood into the mouth of a coyote or a bobcat they have a really strong reaction disgusting immediately. They begin to celebrate quite a bit. They shake their head to all kinds of things like that to to they. They have different taste. Buds than i do okay. Okay so all of this kind of suggests that for these horned lizards. This is really a strategic specific defense that it's not just a random stress response. I mean you could imagine that if an animal gets like it's blood pressure goes up lead might just shoot out of a leaky capillary. Somehow i guess but this seems to be pretty specific defense move aimed at particular predators right and like i mentioned before. The horned lizards auto hemorrhage has more studied than any other creatures. Okay salikh what beyond reptiles you said. Some insects do this to ladybugs. Yeah actually quite a lot of insects do this. And if you're poking at a lady bug and some liquid comes out it might just seem to you like it was urine or feces or something you know in ladybugs it comes out of the legs underneath so it's hard to see where it's coming out. It's yellow you know so unless you know what it is. You'd have no reason to think. This thing is just bled on me. You know spontaneously was happened. And now i'm looking back and i'm like oh that was blood cool so i talked to michael nop. He studies ladybugs at the czech university of life sciences and he told me that reflex bleeding is a highly effective way for ladybugs to deter predators because their blood is full of substances that smell and probably taste awful two birds or small mammals and he told me that actually if a lady but gets attacked by ants the coagulating blood can act like a kind of glue that glues aunts mouth parts together during the attack. I mean that's pretty amazing now. But here's the thing. I don't understand about this doesn't a lady bug need. It's blood i mean like it seems like critters would be at a disadvantage of some sort if they went around anytime they got threatened. So like how much blood are we talking about. So for ladybugs. He told me it can be a lot like up to fifteen or twenty percent of all. Its blood wild. Why i mean for you that would be like if you lost a liter of blood like a couple pint blood so it is significant. And that's why he's been looking into the consequences of this. I mean you know he said bleeding could save a lady life but there are also some costs and we re better searching for physiological costs in our research he just published one set of experiments he and his colleagues forced young lady bugs to reflex bleed repeatedly like every day and then they studied them and what they saw is that the bugs immune system seemed a little weekend but the number of eggs they produced was the same their reproductive success was almost unaffected. You know maybe just some slight delays in the age at first reproduction but nothing major. So what i'm taking from this. Is that these insects kind of know what they're doing like evolutionary speaking. I mean do they filter the blood in any way to try to preserve the good stuff and week only just like the nasty compounds in it. His is actually looked at this and he told me that the blood that spontaneously comes out of ladybugs is exactly the same as the blood inside. And when i asked him you know exactly like what is going on. You're like is there an opening in the leg. He said no. Like somehow the insect is able to kind of injure itself to somehow create an opening in its skin or cuticle. But it's not like all the mechanical details of reflects bleeding have been well studied. It's still pretty obscure all right now. Well thank you for this mini tour of the world of auto hemorrhage

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Champion Ken Jennings will be first interim 'Jeopardy!' host

Tim Conway Jr.

01:32 min | 1 d ago

Champion Ken Jennings will be first interim 'Jeopardy!' host

"Passed away and he recorded enough. Television shows enough Jeopardy's that his last appearance will be on Christmas Day that wild how that timed out Christmas Day will be his last. Episode of of Jeopardy Jeopardy and and Man, Man, That'll That'll be be a a huge huge It'll It'll be be at at home. home. You You have have nothing nothing to to do do because because the the cove cove it it And And boom. boom. Jeopardy. Jeopardy. The The last Jeopardy appearance. Hi. Alex Trebek will be on Christmas Day. On den. They've announced the temporary host, which probably will be a permanent host. Let's find out who it is right. Jeopardy, has announced the first guest host to step in for the late Alex Trebek. Earlier this year. Ken Jennings was named the greatest of all time as far as jeopardy players and now the former champion will be the first of several guest hosts on jeopardy. This guy never goes away this Ken Jennings Shows up. I You know, you wins a ton of money, And then he's an adviser on the show, and I could be hosting the show soon will be produced in the show. And then his picture will be on the You know the home version of Jeopardy would it resumes production at the end of the month? Billy's succeed the legendary Alex Trebek, who died earlier this month of pancreatic cancer. Jennings will make his jeopardy hosting debut on Monday, January 11th official guest host will be revealed in the coming weeks, huh? Host rotating host for a while, huh? Sorry to interrupt. Actually, I just have a

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Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:47 min | 1 d ago

Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden

"To learn more on the surface. The oil and gas industry is losing a friend on january twentieth. Donald trump the departing president gave fossil fuels his loud support. President-elect biden supports efforts against climate change yet. Some in the oil and gas industry are feeling cautiously optimistic. Npr's camille mosque. Explains why you might have heard that biden's win could mean the end of the oil industry. President trump warned it. Would some climate activists hoped it would and in the final debate biden himself said this transition from their own industry. Yes it is a big statement and that would be a big change over the last decade. Us oil and gas production has boomed. The shale revolution turned the united states into the world's top oil producer. A lot of that remarkable growth happened. During the obama administration and trump promoted the jobs in prophets that resulted but emissions from burning oil gas and coal are the biggest contributors to climate change. Which is already starting to have devastating effects around the world. So how could biden tackle those emissions step one might be a ban on new drilling on federal lands and private loans. It's a different story. They do not have the power to your sake. Somebody in south texas. You can of drill anymore. Rene santos's with snp global plattsburgh says that that kind of a ban would be significant but not the end of the industry is also expected to restore some environmental regulations. Which again won't eliminate all gas. The big question mark is what a climate bill look like her personal. Don't think it's going to be sensitive radical unless you know the more liberal side. All the democratic party gets a lot of influence which are so we see right now. It does not appear to be the case. Climate activists and scientists have called for ambitious action. That might be impossible to push through congress if republicans keep the senate so for now. This doesn't seem like a doomsday. Scenario for oil gas. I don't think it's a wholesale assault on the oil industry. It's just not going to be in favour like it was under president. Trump halima croft is a managing director at arby's see capital markets. She says the biden is serious about climate change but also doesn't plan to do away with fossil fuels. We actually wrote a note over the summer about the biden. Energy plan called hugging the mid line. Not just because. I left the ladas but we really did see this as an effort to sort of the neo. All the oil and gas industry sees room for some compromises and negotiations which might raise the question. What about biden's big statement about transitioning away from oil and gas jin. Snyder is a director at in virus. Which provides data's oil and gas companies. She says that was hardly breaking news. To insider's they know that a global transition happening a move away from fossil fuels is underway at the society level regardless of the administration biden also said quote. We're not getting rid of fossil fuels for a very long time. Snyder argues a president who manages a gradual shift. Away from oil might actually be better for business. The gut reaction is that this isn't good news for the industry but we're actually cautiously positive and politics aside right now. Oil producers are facing a more immediate struggle. The

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Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

FT Politics

08:07 min | 4 d ago

Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

"Boris johnson has always been keen to burn it his green credentials and put tackling climate. Change at the front of his government's. Agenda is done so again this week setting out a long-awaited plan to make the uk a world leader in green technology as with most government announcements. However that will plenty of spending commitments already made being re announced but the most auden criticism came from the tories who said it goes against. The party's new electoral base and could cost them votes but business secretary. Alex chama rejected this notion. This is about leveling up across our country. We're talking about twelve billion pounds and he has around. Four billion pounds of this is new money. Other money is money that's been pledged previously on deed lost budget in in in march Book very importantly This billion pounds will help to bring in three times as much in terms of private sector money and supporting create two hundred and fifty thousand jobs but the have been some critics of this plan arguing that it really doesn't go far enough. The shuttle business sexually. Ed milliband made this point. There is an urgency. That isn't enough ambition. That isn't a real plan. He's got to do better in all of our interests that he does better. We will keep pushing the government on ambition on jobs on appropriate plan to rise to the scale of the climate emergency. We face chimp. Let's begin with this. Ten point plan of boys. Johnson set out in article in the financial times. In fact what did you make of it and how much of it was new money and new policy okay so this was a very long awaited announcement. They were meant to originally Back in the summer and it slipped because of pressures on number ten prime minister announced twelve billion pounds states investment program when you went through the numbers at ten about three billion pounds this new at included five hundred million hydrogen one billion pounds insulation three hundred million pounds for nuclear industry. I think what was interesting even if the money was pretty small. Change when you compare it said of the countries like franz chemmy refute these comparisons jeremy kuban late manifesto prince lansing which lici tuten sums of hundreds of billions of pounds of buried money. Guns was agreement. Deo i think it's still a political moment because as always this tension between people saying let's go green other Saying it will damage economy People in cost known areas concerned type. Slutty jim republic who worry about paying extra tax also green initiatives ambrose johnson especially saying worry we can. Tiny's these things together. We make sure. Green economic growth happens in some of the left behind redwood areas and talking about place humble months for over northeast. police o'clock. It's wonderful to have you on the podcast. What were your thoughts. When you saw this announcement here because johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little small were jim. This is one thing critics of picked up on the plan. Even who is labour's shadow. Business secretary has said it doesn't remotely meet the scale of what is needed. I think greenpeace charity have said similar things to all those criticisms fad. You because when it comes to government spending you can always make the case you should be spending more doing more radical things and as please note. This is a conservative government. This is not natural territory. Full them yet. But i think the first point to make our show on the business sexually set on the radio. This is a down payment but that will be more. Fiscal events is quite possible than the spending review. The we see next week that could be more money for example nuclear. They could say they're gonna stop negotiation sizewell c Pass station which would of course involve more money. And i think as well now. He's talking about how these provides whole sums compared to labor government beginning right now the thing to remember Tackle climate change isn't just about state. Money is also about regulation so of course the bundle twenty fifty borrowing in new pets from these laws as an example of wet government does not have to spend the money it can regulate and things happen and so many of these decisions of stems from theresa. May's decision donning moments of her administration commit twenty-fifty net zero target. Only kind of off the thought. She the mohanchris coop suasion joyfulness. She bandied about it even now known. Would think theresa may is great green ahead and yet she took this decision from which all sorts of future decisions have the stem. But i think to remember names of bishops is very seats. Promotional world where Christie is coming from fossil fuels. Were kind of on talking for. I think you have to remember that. The british energy system like any other system But also transport system unfairly household energy or freeways needs to be decarbonised. And i remember whether we're on track to do that. Speed that needs to

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Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

FT Politics

08:07 min | 4 d ago

Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

"Boris johnson has always been keen to burn it his green credentials and put tackling climate. Change at the front of his government's. Agenda is done so again this week setting out a long-awaited plan to make the uk a world leader in green technology as with most government announcements. However that will plenty of spending commitments already made being re announced but the most auden criticism came from the tories who said it goes against. The party's new electoral base and could cost them votes but business secretary. Alex chama rejected this notion. This is about leveling up across our country. We're talking about twelve billion pounds and he has around. Four billion pounds of this is new money. Other money is money that's been pledged previously on deed lost budget in in in march Book very importantly This billion pounds will help to bring in three times as much in terms of private sector money and supporting create two hundred and fifty thousand jobs but the have been some critics of this plan arguing that it really doesn't go far enough. The shuttle business sexually. Ed milliband made this point. There is an urgency. That isn't enough ambition. That isn't a real plan. He's got to do better in all of our interests that he does better. We will keep pushing the government on ambition on jobs on appropriate plan to rise to the scale of the climate emergency. We face chimp. Let's begin with this. Ten point plan of boys. Johnson set out in article in the financial times. In fact what did you make of it and how much of it was new money and new policy okay so this was a very long awaited announcement. They were meant to originally Back in the summer and it slipped because of pressures on number ten prime minister announced twelve billion pounds states investment program when you went through the numbers at ten about three billion pounds this new at included five hundred million hydrogen one billion pounds insulation three hundred million pounds for nuclear industry. I think what was interesting even if the money was pretty small. Change when you compare it said of the countries like franz chemmy refute these comparisons jeremy kuban late manifesto prince lansing which lici tuten sums of hundreds of billions of pounds of buried money. Guns was agreement. Deo i think it's still a political moment because as always this tension between people saying let's go green other Saying it will damage economy People in cost known areas concerned type. Slutty jim republic who worry about paying extra tax also green initiatives ambrose johnson especially saying worry we can. Tiny's these things together. We make sure. Green economic growth happens in some of the left behind redwood areas and talking about place humble months for over northeast. police o'clock. It's wonderful to have you on the podcast. What were your thoughts. When you saw this announcement here because johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little small were jim. This is one thing critics of picked up on the plan. Even who is labour's shadow. Business secretary has said it doesn't remotely meet the scale of what is needed. I think greenpeace charity have said similar things to all those criticisms fad. You because when it comes to government spending you can always make the case you should be spending more doing more radical things and as please note. This is a conservative government. This is not natural territory. Full them yet. But i think the first point to make our show on the business sexually set on the radio. This is a down payment but that will be more. Fiscal events is quite possible than the spending review. The we see next week that could be more money for example nuclear. They could say they're gonna stop negotiation sizewell c Pass station which would of course involve more money. And i think as well now. He's talking about how these provides whole sums compared to labor government beginning right now the thing to remember Tackle climate change isn't just about state. Money is also about regulation so of course the bundle twenty fifty borrowing in new pets from these laws as an example of wet government does not have to spend the money it can regulate and things happen and so many of these decisions of stems from theresa. May's decision donning moments of her administration commit twenty-fifty net zero target. Only kind of off the thought. She the mohanchris coop suasion joyfulness. She bandied about it even now known. Would think theresa may is great green ahead and yet she took this decision from which all sorts of future decisions have the stem. But i think to remember names of bishops is very seats. Promotional world where Christie is coming from fossil fuels. Were kind of on talking for. I think you have to remember that. The british energy system like any other system But also transport system unfairly household energy or freeways needs to be decarbonised. And i remember whether we're on track to do that. Speed that needs to

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Boris Johnson Lays Out U.K. Plan To Go Carbon Neutral

FT Politics

03:05 min | 4 d ago

Boris Johnson Lays Out U.K. Plan To Go Carbon Neutral

"Johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little

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Southridge football's perfect season ends in Class 3A semistate against Danville

The Daily Mash-Up

04:28 min | 4 d ago

Southridge football's perfect season ends in Class 3A semistate against Danville

"An impressive win for the Danville Warriors tonight over a very good South Ridge Raiders team. No doubt about it. Bob Danville. They're just really, really good on both sides, the football and you know, like South Ridge had much of the season. Daniel had a lot of playmakers and It was just too much Danville, And sometimes that happens, no matter what you do the other guy on the other side of the field just better on that night and South Ridge nothing to hang their head about a great season. But Danville just really, really solid. Did they get started to Danville? Start out. Get on the board first and can't get ahead. Stay ahead kind of ball game. Well, Daniel did score to make it seven Nothing. Those South Ridge, then answer back on the very next possession with a five yard touchdown run by Carson, the house to tie the game. It's seven within Danville scored a couple of touchdowns. Heading into the locker room at halftime to go up 20 to 7 at the break and kind of, you know, just added on from there, and South just couldn't get anything going offensively. Even with the playmakers we've talked about all season long. It was just really impressive Danville defense of effort and they scored a couple of touchdowns in the second half. To make that final margin. 32 7. So that let's go back to that Flory there at the end of the half. What spurred that for the Danville? They had a flea flicker type of play on a double reverse. They pushed back the quarterback of pain, and he fired it down The field, got him inside the 10 yard line, so they punch it in from there, then get another stop defensively and move the foot ball down the field with their running back. Ethan Dutra hey, was just unstoppable on that fullback spot. He carried the ball 22 times for 172 yards for Danville. Usually he's their short yardage back. In the things that I've watched heading into the game, But he just carried Southridge defenders all night long, and he really was impressive in that little two touchdown Flory once they got the ball inside the red zone. Alright, so second half again, You know it's hard to spot a team like Danville that much going into halftime and you know, it's just all too is your game plan when you're playing from behind. No doubt about in southwards. Traditionally is that trouble coming from behind because they're more of a running type a team and it just seemed like Danville had 18 players instead of 11 on the defensive side of football against South Ridge. They turned him over on south of his first possession, coming out of the break on a fumble and had a short field and again just kept that margin in a comfortable, Ah, pace there, and it was just too much to overcome for South Ridge tonight. What a great year, though for south rich. I mean, if you would seriously at the beginning of the year if you thought you would still be doing games on semi state Friday, uh, You would have taken that opportunity. I think so, Bob, you know they southwards when those programs that reloads every year, but it seemed like they lost a lot of great players some last year, And of course, we've talked about it before. They've been success up to three A with basically a to a roster, and they would never use that. And it's right. Not an excuse, But you know what? Football? That's just the way it is. You know, you have a short roster compared to other strong three teams, but Pain on to make your questionnaire and my answer shorter to your question. I didn't anticipate them going on a run like this, even though they are a really good program. It's just a really, really nice season that we had a season to begin with. And to see it. You know, progress like this has been great for South or just program and Justin, outstanding season. Yeah, And you know what it Scott being is one of them. One of the good guys. Jamie Comber, The damsel coach won the war. The impressive young coaches in our state. And it just two solid, solid guys into programs with rich tradition. As you point out, yes, southwards. We know about them, and I'm not that familiar familiar with sandal, but not just on the surface, but you know they've got good athletics there and deal with the warrior program. And, you know coach coming over from Western Boone, where he had great success and help Western boom beat South Ridge a couple of years ago in the to a semi state. I'm impressed with the way Coach Homer's got Danville going here is the head into that championship game with

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Seattle ranks as most competitive housing market in U.S., study finds

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Seattle ranks as most competitive housing market in U.S., study finds

"Housing market in the nation, with 71% of homes selling and under two weeks, according to a new study released this week. The study from Lombardo Holmes is based on a nationwide survey of Homebuyers and sales data from online real estate site Redfin. The study also found that the real estate market is booming despite the pandemic, with competition among Homebuyers increasing across the country and there come on news time coming up

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What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier all about?

The How in the World Podcast

05:32 min | 4 d ago

What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier all about?

"You're listening to the how in the world podcast we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions about ten minutes. Nope we're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal. People like to figure things out. Sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me mark johnson and my lovely wife me holly johnson. We do the research. So you don't have to veterans day. Twenty twenty was last week and we were watching the ceremony on tv where. The president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. And i had so many so boom. That's how ideas for episodes are born in fact we've had a bunch of ideas recently. I'm not sure what that means. Maybe we've been watching too much. Tv or something. Well have been a lot of events and things going on and questions. Raise like veterans day and christmas. Coming in the spacex mission to the international space station and like our seventh grader pete. Yeah he's just a few good questions lately. And i've got all them in my notes so we'll get to them but before we get to today's episode. I have to mention my favorite veteran dad. Although he passed away ten years ago. I think of every day. He was my hero the very best dad ever in the world. No offence sweetie men take. He was a great guy he was. He had a really interesting time. While in the army. Interesting about the only word. I could come up with their first as a model for army promotional posters literally a poster boy then as a member of general macarthur's honor guard where he hung out with the general and his wife watching movies every friday night. That was a very cush job. But then crap got real when he became a forward observer in the korean war. That's the guy who's part of a team of three who go ahead of the rest of the group in radio back until then where the enemy lines are and stuff. It's a very dangerous job. Maybe the most dangerous in the military at that time yes indeed but he came home then and he met my mom and they had me. Yea so thanks for indulging me a moment to recognize him. Okay let's get to it. I the basics. The tomb of the unknown soldier is in arlington national cemetery and strangely enough. I've never been there. I know the air and space museum. So well i could give tours. But we never went to arlington national. I'm i'm ashamed really. You're mad my school for never taking us there. I don't know but we we've got to do this on our own. We definitely will. The tomb actually contains and unknown soldier from world war. One who was buried ride underneath a memorial which is made of marble like everything in dc tomorrow and the city. It has six wreaths carved into the sides three on the opposite two sides that represent the six major campaigns of world war one on the third side. There are three. Greek figures carved these figures represent peace victory in valor and on the fourth side contains the inscription here rests in honored glory in american soldier known but to god. That's just beautiful. The memorial also referred to as tomb of the unknowns actually has no official name president. Warren g harding officiated the ceremony. That laid this first soldier to rest on veterans day november eleventh nineteen twenty one the tomb of the unknowns generally refers to four tombs world war one world war two korea and vietnam. Three other soldiers were interred in tombs. Right beside the memorial. Those unknown soldiers represent world war two korea and vietnam although the soldier representing the vietnam war was removed once. Dna analysis identified him and he was returned to his family in nineteen ninety eight. He'd only been there like four years or something. The vietnam tomb now intentionally remains empty and is a monument. Honoring all of america's missing servicemen and. Women that's awesome. Yeah one of the questions. I've always had about the tomb of the unknowns. Is how they got the soldier so there's not just one unknown soldier in a war right. I mean. aren't there many. They're just one. And how did they choose this one who would be buried there and where are the rest so tell us about that. Honey yes. That's a great question that i've had to which means probably a lot of you have wondered about it as well for the first memorial. The the world war one memorial they uninsured four soldiers that had been buried in france. They put each in an identical casket and then a decorated wounded. Combat soldier made the choice from these four identical caskets at a city hall in france. He chose the third from the left. And signified is choice by laying white roses on top of that casket. That's the soldier who is in the tomb in dc. The other three were reinterred in france. That's the process that's been used to select the unknown for each tomb and yes there are plenty of unknowns. Buried all over the world.

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Ice Cream vs. French Fries

Smash Boom Best

04:32 min | 5 d ago

Ice Cream vs. French Fries

"Hello kimchi. Hello thank you for being here. So kim t just to start off. I like to know. Do you love ice cream. yes. I love ice cream so good. What is your favorite flavor. Probably just straight up vanilla classic. Do you do toppings. I'm going to like chocolate and caramel phase. I think that just tastes really good right now so most likely chocolate caramel and are we a cup or cone. A cone conscious tastes really good. It's crunchy it goes so wealthy you and then when you eat down all the way to the bottom of the phone you have the little baby cone. I know so q. And what about french fries. Do you like french fries. Of course french fries is always a staple so good and do you have a place. You like to get french fries trauma you make them at home frozen ones. My mom actually makes them so. I like my mom's ones the best. That is amazing to live with a french fry. Find kim t. Do you ever get into debates about food. Yes with my sister. Can you remember any of the topics you've debated it's usually like someone's cooking to someone else's we have like. I dunno in bengali. Culture food is such a main thing that we talk about. So we'll compare like cooking's from different on that we have or like maybe our moms versus her dad's it's just really fun to talk about food and see what we don't like see. You are very familiar with judging food somewhat excellent so let's get our debaters in here today. Defending team ice cream will have tommy mcnamara. Hi tommy the low. So excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence why is ice cream. The most awesome look the moment that ice cream hits your tongue. You are instantly transported to a sweet creamy flavour. Heaven where the clouds are made of whip cream. And the angels are also made of whipped. Oh man for all gonna come out of this hungry today. I know well. Now let's meet. Tommy's very fierce opponent here to wrap a-team french fries. It's britney carney. Hi de hi. Hello britney in a single sentence. Tell us why french fries are. The most fabulous. They are crunchy salty satisfying and eclectic. Few people on this planet. I know for a fact deny french fries unless they're specifically allergic to potatoes but that's still maybe relatively small fraction perfect well before we get started. Let's review the rounds of debate. Are debaters will compete in four high octane. Rounds of debate are judge. Kim t will award points to the winner of each round will start with the declaration of greatness where each debater has to present the coolest facts and stories about their side. Each team will also have thirty seconds to make rebuttal to poke holes in their opponents declaration. Then it's the micro around a creative challenge. Both debaters have prepared for it in advance. Then we've got the sneak attack. A surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes and last but not least the final six where both sides have just six words to win. Our judge over. Kimchi will award points as we go. But she won't reveal. The tally for the winner until the end of the debate. Alright kim t you have two points to award this round one for the best declaration of greatness and one for the best rebuttal. Are you ready. Yes awesome brittany and tommy. Are you ready yes excellent. then it's time for us. Declaration of greatness are debaters have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin. And tommy. you're up. I give us the scoop. Why is ice cream. The coolest treat of them all. It's the hottest day of august. You're playing catch outside your sweaty and sunburned and exhausted not to mention hungry but then as if sent from heaven you hear a sound is that could it be. It is the greatest sound of summer the ice cream truck. You run as fast as you can. Too sweet sugary salvation.

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What the Latest Retail-Sales Figures Could Mean for the Holiday Season

WSJ What's News

05:00 min | Last week

What the Latest Retail-Sales Figures Could Mean for the Holiday Season

"Us retail sales rose for a sixth straight month and october but the pace of growth was slower than expected and that suggests that us shoppers or getting more cautious corona virus cases surge. Joining me now with more details is wall street journal economics reporter harriet tori. Hi harry at. Thanks for being here. So the past few months have shown stronger growth in retail sales but october showed less than expected increase. What happened so what we saw. Were steep declines in retail sales in march and april due to the pandemic and then a big pickup in may retail. Sales are up over eighteen percent since then. The group has tapered off but it really did taper off quite a lot compared to the prior month so we saw a month a month increase of north point three percent whereas in september it was one point six percent so it's really slowed pretty considerably and this was also slower than economists expecting. They had pencilled in a zero point. Five percent increase so it did disappoint relative to expectations. What are they attributing the slowdown to certain key. Categories of spending She posted declines last month. So for instance. One of the big ones was grocery stores now. The decline is relatively small. Sales were down zero point. Four percent but still grocery shopping is a big cass. Agree so there was that there was also a drop in clothing sales sporting goods sales and at general merchandise stores so for instance department stores and then a few categories did well contributing to their rogaine so vehicle sales a continuing to perform pretty strongly. They were up electronic sales. Were up and also of course. Non store retailers which are online merchants. Like amazon and october was a pretty good month for them in part because retailers have been pushing promotions to try and get. The holiday season started earlier this year. So we saw that. For instance amazon prime day this year. It was in october rather than july and a few other retailers had other promotional events going on kind of to match that also retailers have just been exploding over the pasta up. Nearly thirty percents from october. Twenty thousand thousand nine. So online spending has really boomed as you mentioned this year. A lot of retailers did roll out the holiday discounts and sales much earlier than usual. Is that a shift. That's working out for them. So far is it a bit too early to tell. It's a bit at least it's hell. I think what's interesting about the situation. That brennan the moment is we have seen of course and they. At the end of the summer we saw the end to the supplemental unemployment benefits. So this extra six hundred dollars a week. That unemployed work had been receiving on the labor market has been improving but the gains in. The labor. Market have been slowing. So what does that mean that. Means that people have generally less income than they did a few months ago so just spending is become a little bit more cautious for big part of the population. These people who are either unemployed or who might have had the hours carpool worried about losing their jobs. Now on the other hand you have another group of people who are able to work from home and can have things delivered to their homes and because they're not traveling then already going out as much dinner than going to the movies means really saving a lot of money The using it to pay down debt and to home improvement projects and things like that and so these consumers are expected to actually spend quite a lot during the holiday season. They might not be spending on vacations but they probably will be spending on nice electronics for their families gifts. Or perhaps they'll be decorating the house improving the house in some way so it's quite early to say but one thing that we're definitely seeing. Is this divide. They call it the qe shaped recovery. So you have. The upper arm of the k. Is generally knowledge workers who can shelter in place. What from home and then on the bottom half of the cave. People who are really struggling with declining in service sector employment as we head into the colder months what are some shifts businesses especially restaurants or considering to help drive sales through the end of the year. We'll it's tough restaurants in you know the northern hemisphere because the cold weather is closing in. So they're having to become pretty creative and then the other thing that we're seeing of course is the fact that a lot of places now introducing new shutdown measures local level so some restaurants are doing things like that trying to push outdoor dining in space heaters and things like that and of course really pushing the curbside pickup and delivery options but it is definitely a very difficult time for those types of businesses. The service sector in person is really really struggling on the other hand you see a lot of businesses that already doing very well in the pandemic so for instance. Today we had the home depots earnings. And that's a company that has seen sales and earnings increase markedly because people are just staying at home. And they're spending money on improving their homes and on doing the painting the garage door and things like that so there are definitely winners and losers in this particular

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Zillow rallying like it's Zoom during pandemic housing boom

Charlie Parker

00:57 sec | Last week

Zillow rallying like it's Zoom during pandemic housing boom

"Is becoming the new Azuma during the pandemic. Greg Jared a. Bloomberg has this and focus report. Home sales Zoom on Zillow since home sales cratered When the lockdown began last spring, they've resumed with gusto, a combo of low mortgage rates and increasing familiarity with tech tools to search and view virtually has taken home sales to new heights and demand is strong. Ivy Zelman, CEO and Selman and Associates. People better focused on their homes during this pandemic Saturday night Live may make fun of the zoo map for business use, and if you were a pain to be honest, now, Zillow, the online real term that already had home search and view tools on board drew an average 236 million unique users monthly in the quarter. Record and up 21% from last year. Cheryl Bomber chief executive officer of homebuilder Taylor, Morrison says they put up a virtual platform quickly. Actually, we've seen week over week improvements since early April. I'm Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg Business for news

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Video games 'good for well-being', says University of Oxford study

America First

00:22 sec | Last week

Video games 'good for well-being', says University of Oxford study

"Study by Oxford University researchers on how playing video games effects mental health used data from video game makers, marking what the authors say is the first such collaboration between academics. And the game industry. The paper released Monday by the Oxford Internet. Institute comes his video game sales this year have boomed as more people they're stuck at home because of the

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Study suggests video games can help mental health

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Study suggests video games can help mental health

"A new study by researchers at Oxford university finds that the time spent playing video games can be good for mental health the finding comes as video game sales this year have boomed as more people are stuck at home because of the pandemic the Oxford paper is based on survey responses from people who played two games plants versus zombies battle the neighbor bill and animal crossing you horizons the researchers say they found the actual amount of time spent playing was a small but significant positive factor in people's well being the results could cost out a long held assumptions the two gaming causes aggression addiction the view offers it knowledge the mobile is only a snapshot Charles Taylor that's not London

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Breaking down Kyler Murray-to-DeAndre Hopkins Hail Mary

ESPN Daily

03:24 min | Last week

Breaking down Kyler Murray-to-DeAndre Hopkins Hail Mary

"Dominic. It is eleven twenty seven pm eastern. And i m almost done tattooing. Cuyler murray's name using a ballpoint pen across my chest. Go forward i'm with you. Want me wait why you finish your being supportive in a way. That bill barnwell. Why usually talk do right now. Isn't i think like he would be reasonable and discourage me from doing this. But you're a far less responsible character. It feels. I'm here for a good time now longtime just today's episode so i'm fumbled fox ready for sublime tattoo it. Let's have some drinks. Whatever you wanna do. Pablo dominique. Foxworth is a writer and commentator for. Espn he played seven seasons in the nfl at defensive back and he's espn dailies. fun uncle. Well what i wanted to do before we get hammered together is talk to you about this play. That is inspired all of this ink to be spill both across my chest and across the country. Because i think it's the play of the year. I think what we saw in this bills. Cardinals game is the play of the year. And it's worth noting for posterity that the bills had just one said gave right before it happened. Josh allen had thrown. I think the pass of his life to step on digs putting buffalo thirty to twenty six with just thirty nine seconds left. The snap man looks to his left. Choirs left side. Then go to the point steph. Both touchdowns catches a touchdown pass from josh allen. What cuyler murray then does rolling left. Let's hit pause as his bomb is launched from midfield in his dangling in the air. Because you are a cornerback in your blood in your soul. How do you even approach defending this sort of a play as db well. They did it wrong. Obviously they were all going for the ball which you don't necessarily want to do in that situation and trae white one of the best corn illegal that he was trying to catch it which any coastal tell you. Bet it down. So everyone's out there trying to pad their stats in the thing that i would normally do. Not ideology happens as a particularly big receivers but tall receivers will jump well over the arms can't catch a bomb like that with one hand if you do best one for you. So that's what they did wrong going for the ball in also trying to patch stats with an interception i. I was particularly happy towards the end of that game because on get up last week. I said that stefan digs is unstoppable. Man coverage way. You shut down passing offenses in this league. We all know it. It's tight man coverage you can't do that. Against stefan digs. He has been created the most explosive plays of any receiver in this league against man coverage. So he caught the game winning touchdown man coverage also said in that same segment the andrea hopkins is the best contested cats receiver in the league. He's one of the top receivers in a league in winning contestant catches so he can get open but the scary part about him is. It doesn't matter you put it anywhere his entity even if you're close to them you're buying he might bring it down and embarrassed boom so win for me. How about that back to back dubbed up.

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Vaccine Could Unlock Trillions In Spending, Leading To 'Biden Boom'

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:45 min | Last week

Vaccine Could Unlock Trillions In Spending, Leading To 'Biden Boom'

"So it is looking like this will be a cold dark winter for the us economy. The pandemic is forcing new limits on businesses and prompting nervous consumers to stick closer to home but if this week's encouraging news about an experimental vaccine works out the spring and summer could be a lot brighter. That's the word according to npr's scott horsely brandon. Fritzy has spent an awful lot of this past year stuck in his indianapolis apartment. He misses going out to buffet restaurants. And doing all the things he used to enjoy. I was a big karaoke. Okay guy. I'd be going to the karaoke bar pretty much every night. But since the pandemic started. I don't think i've sung and eight months now. Coldplay's yellow was fritzy's go to standard as much as he misses the microphone. His self imposed quarantine has been good for. His bank. account doesn't talking some money away. I've saved want to save. thousands christie. Zola of new haven is in the same isolated boat venezuela says she and her husband have spent more money on ice cream and alcohol in the last eight months but less on just about everything else where certainly not spending on any sort of entertainment. We're not going to the movies. Were not paying for gym memberships or to participate in sports leagues. We have saved on transportation costs. Because i'm working from home and not commuting sixty miles per day all told cautious consumers in the us have squirrelled away some two trillion dollars during the pandemic while avoiding travel crowds and in-person entertainment. Spending is likely to take an additional hit. This winter as new infections and hospitalizations are soaring economist. Ian shepherdson of pantheon macroeconomics says president elect biden is inheriting an economy that still weighed down by the pandemic but that could turn around fairly quickly. Present like five is arriving in washington at the right time coded news the point where he's inaugurated is likely to be horrific but it won't be much longer after shepardson says with a successful vaccine. Springtime could see a flowering of the economy. Fueled by pent up demand for the kind of amusements that had been off limits for so long to be sure that extra two trillion dollars in savings is not going to be spent all at once economist. Joel practice and the forecasting firm. Ihs market says some of the things we've skipped on. We'll never be made up. I went quite a long time without getting my haircut. Look pretty mangy. i'm not gonna get free extra custom. Make up for the ones that i missed during the summer. Even when a vaccine is widely available it may take time before people feel safe going out to crowded places and spending money freely. Pittsburgh librarian dana fair. Bile says she talks a lot with her husband about what the new normal might look like. It would be great in two thousand twenty one if all of the venues were up and operating again and we could go see some land. But i think it's going to be a while before mentally. I feel okay. Being in a crowd of people like that again not wear masks of perspective. Spring thaw faces other chilly. Headwinds americans are still out of work and congress has been slow to extend additional relief brandon. Fritzy has kept his job as an accountant. And he's wearing his mask trying to stay safe. If the vaccine checks out fritzy says he'll be quick to get it he can rejoin his friends at the karaoke bar. The karaoke crowd is kind of a family. Everybody at the monkey's tail and broad ripple is Pretty close so it would be nice to get out and see them again. Economist shepardson says once people do feel able to get out and do the things they enjoy the cash. They've been socking away. This could bank roll a substantial economic boom

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Travel To Medellin

Travel with Rick Steves

05:32 min | Last month

Travel To Medellin

"Let's open today's travel with Rick Steves travel writer Dave Seminar. He took his whole family to many in Columbia which used to have a reputation as the headquarters for a dangerous drug cartel. Our interview was recorded just before the global lockdowns kicked in. Hey. Thanks for having me on the show wreck. So you went to Medigene I, mean the image of Medina's like scariest a generation ago is one of the most dangerous cities on the planet. That's right. But but it certainly isn't any longer. I mean these days the murder rate in Medellin is lower than New Orleans Saint, Louis Chicago and several other cities as well. It's an amazing turnaround and. Tourism. Is a booming part of the economy I was just there. My son loves it so much. He bought a condo there and I was there for years this last year with him and we were standing on his balcony and and everybody was blown up fireworks and My son had a Colombian friend there with him and and we were talking about. It and when the Colombians see those fireworks, they remember in the days of Pablo. Escobar. That's what they would explode when they made a deal in the United States with the with the drug trade they're not making deals with the drug trade anymore with the Pablo Escobar outfit that's just celebrating. So they've gone from supplying America's cocaine habit to actually building A. City on live biting entrepreneurs. That's true. They I Columbia is still does produce eighty percent of the cocaine I mean to be frank. However look I went there with my ten and twelve year old sons and my wife, and I would never take them to a place that I thought was too dangerous. So I really consulted with a lot of different people before. Going, there, however, my parents and several other people said, Columbia. You're taking your sons to Columbia you nuts but I did my research and I talked to enough people who had had great experiences there that I felt comfortable doing it and we spent two weeks traveling all around the country and I felt very safe. The whole time tell us about the public tour. It was interesting. You know my wife said Pablo Escobar to are you sure that that's appropriate for our sons who are ten and twelve years old side I called one of the tour companies that had good reviews on trip advisor and he said Oh yes our tour is good for children aged six and up said really okay. Well, let's do it. We thought maybe we can teach them. Okay. He's a bad guy you know here's the. Evils of drugs and teach them a little bit about why the drug violence in and I thought maybe they a lot of it might go over their head but I thought well, they'll learn something. Let's do it but you go through a you goes through your neighborhood community thirteen, which is now trendy. It's filled with street art and is just a festival of good living not good living. It's still a poor area but a festival of happiness. Community Thirteen is sort of an interesting area I've I've found it to be one of the more disappointing stops to be honest with you on the tour I mean, it doesn't really have much to do with Pablo Escobar although it was a neighborhood that was wracked by gang violence, and then in two thousand eleven, the government installed a series of escalators there the idea was. Allowing people to be able to move safely through the community, get from their hilltop neighborhoods down to where jobs and transportation and things of that are. But when I was there in July about the experience maybe if you traveled at a different time of year, you might have an off more authentic experience, but it was absolutely full of tourists which really shocked me because here is. Sort of an impoverished neighborhood that has all credit to them. I. Think it's wonderful. They found a way to turn the violence of the neighborhood into a marketable commodity, but it was absolutely crawling with tourists and I sort of felt like, wow I really don't like going to places that are too full of tourists. So for me, it fell a little bit flat to be. Quite honest. But maybe if I visited another time of year, I would have I would have liked more. No, I don't think. So I mean I was there in the winter but to me, it was a former violence ridden gang ridden community that now is a kind of a tourist trap and it just like an amusement pier in San Francisco, almost or something like that. And what was really fun was the street art I mean, the street art was like it's like going through an art gallery and it's all this edgy colorful tropical kind of street art and you've got it all together by escalators I can imagine before those escalators came you know ten years ago you would have desperately poor people and You'd have the intimidation of the gangs and all of that and and the high murder rate and today there's there's not a hint of that and the escalators let people connect and I think you know the way Columbia has invested in its infrastructure has given poor. Barrios the confidence and the feeling that this is progress and changes possible and and one thing great about going to Medine is you write these cable cars because the city is in a very mountainous area and the poorest communities are pushed way up the mountain sides. But these cable cars, they're just like cable cars had a ski resort. They connect the people in the poor neighborhoods with the good jobs and the good shopping and the good entertainment down in the valley floor and writing these cable cars was just a kind of a celebration of community to me what was your experience on those cable cars? Well I love the cable cars just like you know I took the cable cars up to the park. RV. which is it's a long ride as interesting things that you take two different sets of cable cars. You can take one set of cable cars, which sort of goes through some of the rough hillside neighborhoods, and that one is actually fairly quite cheap to go through and actually when you're. On that first cable car, you're actually getting ordinary people who live in those neighborhoods coming on and off of your Gondola but then to go on the second. Gondola. which takes all the way up the mountain up to the park RV, which is just fantastic and I do recommend that that significantly more expensive so that that second cable you know Gondola is more for tourists in it's it. Would be too expensive for people who live in the humble neighborhoods. But as a traveler, it's worth it's worth it to do

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07:23 min | Last month

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"Welcome to impact firm DOT Org, we searched the globe should find the people, stories, ideas, and inspiration to help create maximum positive. Each week impact boom brings you thought provoking interviews with worldly petitions passionate about creating positive social change. These designers, social entrepreneurs, educators, innovators, thinkers, and doers, shed their projects, initiatives, thoughts, and insights. I'm creating a better world. You can find all the stories links and other great content at impacts all. Follow us on facebook without the latest updates or proud to the newsletter or Nigerians. Thanks for listening to episode two, hundred, thirty, two, it'd be impact burned my name's on and on. About bringing the latest in science help you create positive social impact. Today was speaking three winners of the asia-pacific Social Innovation Partnership Award for APPS. In the biased Fiat sustainability caddy. Great. We've got thoughtless give circle and eram scientific solutions. With a gradual increase of global risks, how can we develop innovative practices to ensure future sustainability will become mainstream? The Asia Pacific Sexual Innovation Partnership Award is established to explore dynamic social innovation models in the Asia Pacific and to motivate more change. Mike is to contribute to social innovation, discovering and celebrating social innovation partnerships that connect diverse stakeholders and Mike significant social impacts. Partnership cases are required to set the United Nations, sustainable development goals the Stj as they call valley. Now, they would sets motivating social innovation partnerships as its purpose integrating seventeen. SDG's sorted into three categories biosphere sustainability in close business and social prosperity. The three wins chosen from each category, and there was one special jury prize chosen by the judging panel. Now, the purpose of today's award, the boss Via Sustainability Award is to encourage cases of social innovation punt ships devoted to environmental protection and sustainability acknowledging that a favorable natural environment is fundamental to all human activities and I'm here with the three respective founders or directors, today Lisa Lu Susan Lean, and Dr City amid today represented by busy baby. Sorry, let's hear a little bit more about their buyers Lisa Louis Overseas the innovation of new ideas to address Hong, Kong's urban social issues, including sustainability in community issues and lades incubation. If it's for over twenty early style social innovation organizations to grow these companies from idea stage to self-sustainability while continuing social mission, she's also spearheaded collaboration efforts with over twenty. Corporate parts to strategize execute social innovation projects. Lisa is the CEO of Butler's Butler dot H K, an impact business with emission of innovating holistic solutions, corporates, and organizations to address the plastic challenge accessible, adaptable, and actionable steps for everyday consumers to adopt zero waste lost off for her work with bottomless lace with recently awarded the Eko innovator award in the women. ECHO game changer woods by the Global Grain Economic Forum lasers the proud mother of a six year old boy and picked up and swimming in order to Cape Out with her active son. Susan Lynn is very much inspired by the vision of give five, four three and she currently serves as c. a Gif, five, four three working with fanning tame to balance. The ideal and business aspects in order for the company to be sustainable, the task was a challenging because give five with raise previous business model did not include any direct source of income. Many people mistook give five or three an NPR instead accompany and Susan facilitated the process of mapping and reshaping gift five threes, business model, and push forward innovative and unique. To Say Service Love Books Were Aka surrogate giving service which is a milestone and now imagine income source forgive five three. Susan and the founding members aspire to create a successful role model among social enterprises and encourage more young people to save the world with great ideas. Doctor Sedate amid is the managing director of Aaron Group, which is a powerhouse and industrial contracting project management solutions automotive healthcare travel it manufacturing power electronic trading floor covering product representation in other commercial services. Doctor said a late one of the region's most diverse conglomerates with over forty plus entities spread across sixteen countries his credited with K business, promotion, initiatives in India Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Bahrain United. Arab Emirates UK Italy White South, Korea Malaysia USA Amman Thailand China Tanzania, and the Philippines his also a philanthropist and traits this facet of his life just as passionately. Erin Group under his leadership is committed to society and social causes. The group invests resources and making the world a better place through efforts to promote education improved health and sanitation pal youth and women through its uncharitable inches and in collaboration with humanitarian organizations such as the UN bill and Melinda. Gates Foundation governments and NGOs and today Dr City is represented by Bennie baby who is the director of? Scientific Solutions. So a huge thank you to all of you for joining us. Now, can you please share a little bit about your projects, the impact of creating what led you to your passion in Social Innovation Lissa we don't post you I I everyone. This is Lisa from botanists. Thank you for having me here. Today I think weight is a common problem of lot of areas especially when people getting. More reliance on the single use plastic and Hong Kong is no exception to this and the consciousness off the hung on people towards the environmental issue. Especially, millennials has been increased a lot in Hong Kong and they'll quite a lot of groups in Hong Kong, but we find it. You know there is a lack in after easy accessible and heuristic solutions for people to lead plastic free life stop. So that's why you know here we come the Baltimore's and we were office was set up in two thousand, fifteen, a impact ventures in Hong Kong our vision as to change the game of plastic consumption by working with partners should everyday consumption choices to reduce the plastic problem at source. And we are too I at least it platform with one stop ran ambiguous solution with in-house centralized dishwashing for sled and logistic network in Hong. Kong. And Apple Folio ranging from what does Lucians, reusable.

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Impact Boom

09:03 min | 8 months ago

"boom" Discussed on Impact Boom

"Impoundment is if you have to tell people you'll values died after Diana for instance Tell People. I'm a man of integrity chances. Are you trying to convince yourself in the time? Being and let your actions in Palo you'll values live off of integrity rather than trying to tell people your manager integrity. Welcome to impact boomed all. We searched the globe. Find the people stories ideas and conspiracy to help Ukraine maximum positive each week impact. Boom brings you thought provoking entities with worldly practitioners passionate about creating positive social change. These designers social entrepreneurs educators. Innovators thinkers and doers. Shed THEIR PROJECTS. Initiatives thoughts insights on creating a better world. You can find all the stories links and other great content at impacts all follow us on facebook or twitter for the latest updates or subscribe to the newsletter or writings thanks to listen to thirteen hundred eight impacts burn. My name is Tom Allen. And I'm passionate about bringing the lights views and insights to help you create positive. Social IMPACT. Today was big with Matthew. Boyce Human Connection Products Bander and Managing Director Matt Voice recognized through his own mental health. Struggles that spellings of spending increasingly less time connecting with one another which is gravely impacting on mental health. Now for the sudden passing of Matt's Best Friend Justin. He realized he wasn't as connected to his community as he thought he was his left. Feeling align an isolated and now works to ensure now in his left feeling like that again. Human Connection Project aims to be the largest proactive human connection of mental health laid organization across the globe to do this. The Human Connection Project is building platforms of support resources and education to help drive society on on Mental Health Jenny before we acted measures and needed some. Today's podcast we'll discuss mets experience. Leading human connection product in a time. Where human connection couldn't be more important and get mets thoughts and perspectives on how workplaces individuals can adapt to work from home or an isolated cabin during this particularly difficult time for everyone with five nine so matt. It's a pleasure to have you on the show tonight. Thanks so much for joining US having me Tom by dry foot obey him. Adam excited to have a chat around human connection project right well. Let's hear a little bit about your background Matt. What was it that led to your passion of connecting people in end improving mental health? Yeah I guess for me. It's been loss long journey. I was a cop into tried off from West Australia originally and I found I was always the ground sought that would essentially bring together that. I'm not sure if if it was the energy hours putting out perhaps maple just knew. I was opened for the chat. A I'd find in the in the smoking room or the lunch break for those on tragedies I was always the person that was trying to get papered open up about their struggles. Weather was at their wife. Will the kids who play out the school etcetera etcetera? And then I moved to. I moved to Brisbane to tries to rugby league drain. Now when I moved here I thought I had to bay. Somebody who I wasn't and I walked around sought with a bit of a mosque on had a few tattoos always young athletic and I kind of went to work every day at trying to pretend to be some tough guy that I wasn't And I slowly. The person who brought people together over the smoke shed lunch. Break was suddenly seating on his iron during the lunch break and it wasn't until I ripped off that the metaphorical mosque and it was quite literally one died. Spent and I look. This is ridiculous. Who am I pretending today And started you would have had this story before started. Skip you up and down the hallways Seeing Whitney Houston just living mops best laugh. I got to lunchtime and suddenly one blackwood seat next to me then to Next to me and then suddenly I'm having these essentially toe box matings around people's meant to house and how have they dealing with stuff now have connected with the kids etc and then so five. Years Ago I tragically lost my best might in an accident and somebody who thought it was really connected to his community to his network. His friends and family I not that I wasn't. It's just that I thought I wasn't as connected as I was. I was oscillated super lightly and I thought how many other people going through this at the moment where that depression is in. And a lot of people's fresheners caused by chemical imbalances but mine might pressure was caused from mine vitamin SHOPPE paypal at wolves up and I was disconnected scenario. Now I guess like my life's goal and my Lost Johnnie. Now is to educate people on what human connection actually is because it's easy to site Potentially measuring defined routes practice is a really difficult difficult. Things are now. That's that's I. Guess what we do. Every single Support and define human connection for people wonderful. That's that's a great lading to the project that you're involved with the social enterprise cold human connection project so tell us a little bit more about this specific projects you're involved with and why do people need to be more connected. What sort of outcomes did I say McCain Organization safe from this? Yeah definitely the human connection project. I guess a really easy way to explain. It is where a multilayered social enterprise working to educate people. Exactly that question. What is human connection? what are the outcomes of being connected? And how do we actually stop towards said I guess to add to the fess aspect of what is human connection? Schuman action is the ability to be vulnerable. We find another the ability to have three defining pillars we use which is empathy Ladyship and impalement so frost human connection is to be empathetic towards both yourself and other table so empathy in the sense that you know I can understand why. I'm feeling like this embassy. I can understand why Tom's going to ascend thing and I can put myself in his shoes and helped him get through it. So the first aspect of that. I guess of embassies defining there's two sides of the coin with embassy is the positive and the negative side a lot of us focus on the negative sides embassy in the sense that when when someone's going through a hard time. I'll have to understand that. Have to sit in their shoes. But what a lot of us forget is that we can be empathetic towards people in positive terms as well so an example and uses a lot of people are changing their businesses right now And hats your partners changed his business model and you can be empathetic in the sense that this is exciting. Like changing business model actually succeeding as moving forward and you can show embassy in that sense The second pillars ladyship leadership to define a quick little podcast is pretty difficult but leadership is vacillate yourself. So you actually follow strong what you're going to do and then ladyship in the sense that leadership isn't a job title it's not a position. He held hold sorry in a tame job in a business ladyship is ability to look to your left and look to Iraq and save. Who's struggling and say how you can help him. Come along the journey. And then the third aspect I guess is that impoundment and empowerment and Ladyship have a lot of similarities empowerment is empowering people might change in their lives and also empowering self to make changes in your losses. Well so I guess going. Three things. Changing reiterating eater Changing who you are as a person. an impoundment to me is. I had a really great show with somebody yesterday. A great friend of mine and we talked about. Impalement is if you have to tell people you'll values Diane di For instance tell paper. I'm a man of integrity. Chances Are you trying to convince yourself in the time being so let your actions in Palacio values live a life of integrity rather than trying to tell people you're a man of integrity and what that's going to shave for your question around organizations what would that achieve for them. It's going to do a magnitude of thing so I think it's going to. It's going to take longer tenures. People want to be a part of that organization for Longa more connected. What forces more productive? That's a given. So if I mocked from accounts can have a really good relationship from Sally for Montaigne. I can bounce ideas off each other and they feel connected to us to help them. They need it in. The business is going to move forward and you know you know as well as audio announced businesses that laid with that passion.

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Impact Boom

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"boom" Discussed on Impact Boom

"Understand sties is with them and actually I learned something from it that type of Shaw all right to finish off. Not We would love to know what books or resources you might recommend mentally ill listeners. Show so there's a couple of books that come to mind to me in a really deals evalu- podcast lucky but two books that can Sumatra made them a little bit out of the box. A little bit about what I guess the journey that I think that people will ban on the Monday night campaign and seventy refugee canning broadly. It's a novel but Jillian bonds. It's cool the sense of an indy and the reason on nominating that will keep that is because this book budget bands looks at how over time either cool savell live as we look back at things differently way realize has that Hallard understanding things saving things and wrapping things today as we mature and experienced lawfully my wealth change later on and have different perspectives victims. Nothing that when I talked to many people in engage with many communities across Australia the even the very experienced and community sponsorship has just changed By Seoul first and then have it. So they're saying that will sometimes okkas is that this book reddish may looking through the the story in the life of the protagonist gets really Czerny threw out HAL. We'll have confronting Tonight that way you will and then actually didn't actually how far off we were. And that's it's not just unite as China going enlightening meetings as again a lot about what I was really really important to get the job all done and then learning more about the communities as working in that. I think that's really during high of an example of that maze when you Attitude Murphy Jacob Panel activist you look at apply slop tonight Queensland Generalizing Nabet Fraud into Queensland thing at their and adding Sadler friends voting cushioning bit went there and sat down with able and and realize that racial queenslanders and day had had ovarian legitimate concerns and questions that we just ended engage incites. It's sort of I guess what Julian instrument ending Tomase just as a reminder durose Locke's maturing process and we need to reserve judgment way to really be cautious ATM judgment until we have got insights and experiences of the other side wall capable of saying I'm GonNa some very very important said advocates and social change is listening listening listening annoying that maybe we haven't got the second book that I would recommend to communities they happen to strap Harrison again. It's too many head had recommended that the work is pretty intense as accustomed with lived experience in from a refugee Beckerman take very seriously and and And end is nice switch off and and it's actually because you just you're really winning till two you're actually bringing pay sightly driver ear. And and and and changing cozy and all that stuff and and what doctor harassed does this happens. Trapping is that hey really looks ash. Getting us to to lose that sense of conviction of all the notion of That would chasing something that is GonNa make us happy happy that we actually should be more comfortable with a whole bunch of range of motion feelings at normal and chasing after Abcradio is Asmal distractive to us and we realize so. I think that message Dave mays we really look after. Sol's on the campaign trail anes look after Aso's monthly actively seeking to do the work. We're doing because we need to stay healthy so that we can help others in this. It's not just Diehard campaign is acting LAS included. That sometimes think it's in the best thing I got and and that's just what we need to do that. We haven't named another's working with this as well and we need to look at full have way The context of other people around us in the paper that comes into contact with us as well okay and happiness trip off. Does that. You know it's interesting. You say that book read that many years ago and I think yeah I need to revisit. I bet that's really important if you're interested in coming to Nikon Conference we have a special coupon code for impacts brain listeners mentioned impact boom for twenty percent off tickets kitts from www dot new kind conference dot com. Thank you so much for your generous insights time. I'm really looking forward to meeting you. In Tasmania.

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03:52 min | 1 year ago

"boom" Discussed on Impact Boom

"Should something that you can start doing right now. The different feel so much more empowered and shooting impeccably. You do if you join this stemming movement towards localized economies community basic quantities. You've said sorry many amazing things but you're actually going to speak at the Nikon Conference as a speaker at Nikon conference in Marion Bay. Tasmania in January. What are you most excited about excited about the community this around Yukon? I'm very impressed with the people I met their loss. Jia and I think again keep it. Who joined that? which is a big picture approach activism very much involving community building Signing on. Keep you away so energized. So you know joining a way of life and feeling in you know when they go back and stay the job contacted night wended Keitel able to sinks even on a volunteer basis. What perhaps sought into part-time the time were Economy Movement which can sometimes even. Hey you something but often it will involve type of volunteerism Taksim Painful volunteerism that you know. People Snoop Energize happier yeah. It's definitely the energy. I think the people take away this renewed sense of purpose. I think on that do have some social surprises. That you know that you think you're doing a great job helped Tackling social cultural or environmental problems. Well I guess I have to say that. Most of the ones that I love love have been civic society initiatives like second reformist not setting up nudity with agriculture students And most of them actually end up being economically beneficial to very large number of people in the social interprise movement. There also some good things in many ways once we start localizing armies which Hugh station to finish off. You are off the yourself. And we'd love to know what books array sources you would recommend to allison is well. I would so recommended demanded they come to a website. Local huge is all of us we have lots of logs have woke laced. We have awesome tool kits to get started on on this thinking and filled with self is big in really good educational educational tool. Yeah so we have books and articles repeatable. Pass that's what people should go. Great for people interested insane. Helena speak this coming January new kind. We have a special coupon card just the impact boom listeners. US impact boom for twenty percent off new kind tickets from www. W W W DOT news conference DOT COM Helena. Thank you very much via generous insights in time. It is a pleasure speaking with you today. Thank you thanks so much doing this. Thanks for listening to impact sperm. You'll find links to the initiatives people in raises says mentioned in this podcast on important or please leave comments below and remember. We'll be publishing freshest insights help you create positive impact tracked every week on the website facebook page and twitter..

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07:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Hey you know. If you've got a young person starting at an enterprise you know whether this is a good thing not that often get much more attention than safe during your forties fifties in studying enterprise. So there's this real ability to run as the way for its when it comes to kind of not just building out our networks in Australia and acidic region but then building strengthens leg. I Guess Social Enterprise Change Making ecosystem worldly totally with some great insights thoughts. They're lace and it's been fantastic to have some of your reports flowing into him back boom from the region over there said thanks much that now given your experience branding and design and storytelling in. What advice would you give to on? Carr's listening who lacked confidence in the space. Yeah sure so. If that's it's been a really great. Politics Program is just being working essentially with a lot of entrepreneurs that Same positions. My three. Things would be around branding. The consistency and crafting an enduring identity. Is Everything when you kind of thinking about who you are way you want to go kind. What are your goals? Feel Social Enterprise. Have a look at those who you believe a doing it really well and try to see what elements are they A. He's saying that I could. So how are they doing it but I could copy for myself when it comes to design in quality is everything so ah there's tons of reset chat bed that just products is more event that kind of price and quality and they are they are quite intertwined and then they'll purchase based on impact sexual out from a special press standpoint. That's really important. Take night because your social impact won't be the core reason that people will support your or coors or buy your product. You really need to make sure the equalities ensure the invest in the look of your brand because that will carry you. You know when people haven't met you know what you're able to easily see in kind of recognize whether you're credible Worthy you look like you know what you're dying whether you're awesome exciting thing that they won't get bottled and the thing I'd say is the story that you tell masses so I think about with a report or a business impact or with the tar ties storytelling of the services of products. You're creating as that will really influence the audience spend some time and unfortunately or maybe Net that late branding design storytelling involving based site. You've kind of make a stash get stuck in. It's not perfect. Don't worry about it we've got just keep trying trying again and kind of evolving as as three things I think. Well that's fantastic. Advice Lay said. Thanks for sharing that. Now we're certainly really proud to have those pod Elevate plus alumni so with program applications. Now Open again for our accelerated program. What was one piece of advice that you took them program? That would be really valuable to any other social entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs listening. Yeah so I think that the one piece of advice that really stuck with me linguist the fact that successful social enterprises a successful business so really the big message that I got was spent time working on your business model and how to make money. Have you going to be sustainable. Because if you aren't sustainable than you want continue. You need to exist as essential enterprise. It doesn't matter how good your social causes So that would be my really big thing but the the second thing if I can mention it is that community is so important and so I think that's brilliant things but you'll get out of Elba plus program or any other kind of social enterprise community in what you put in is what you get. Ouch which So at least than what social enterprises than have you come across that you believe in doing some great work in the spice and really tackling social cultural. WHOA environmental problems? Yeah well I think personally. I can't go past Patagonia. I really love their leadership and I really love the fact that there's such a big business able able to make such kind of tangible change but next week I'm hitting arbitrary Brunei to deliver a program around. Sustainable Fashion Fashions social enterprises. So I really want to get a little bit of a shot at some of the phenomenal brands. That will be working with over there There's the cool. So brand outland outland Denham. The social bit magnitude team team to a full circle fibers. Of course you can't grip hospital ranked bags so check out with those enterprises. I think the really pioneering stuff and making us think a little bit more about how at Social Sustainability that comes right down to oils the kind of fabric. We wear a kind of the lounge as we sit on all the day's fabrics and materials. There will of this kind of bounce solution to Yet there'd be some of my recommendations all stick links through all of those in the articles leaving click on through and explore the range of different examples there so the finish show families. What books so Rachel would you recommend to our listeners? Sorry let me see my all time. Favorite book has to be Walden by Henry. David David Gura I think that you know there are many recipes that underpin what means bigwood social entrepreneur to be thoughtful and careful about the environment and the world that we're creating around us say contrary pass that and actually one of the many great quotes of his but one of my favorites is a life is frittered away by detail. Simplify simplify anti-tank. It couldn't be more Enterprise simplified down to the message of trying to tell and the impact trying to make for the two that I'd say anti fragile is an awesome book. Get your hands on it. Really high level understanding of the economy. atwill this we know us. And thirdly just a bit of fun I really love listening to the podcast Chart Chats podcast. Like listening to old friends But they tackle some really really interesting sometimes really challenging issues around You know what it's like to be a migrant a young woman kind of a whole the sex of issues that's truly encouragement think differently is differently with decryption sidey. Wonderful will this really great books in Rizal Thanks much sharing that and more importantly thanks to you sharing your generous insights in time tonight has been a pleasure to speak. And we'll certainly that'd be tracking your journey as you continue towards but thanks so much Thomas not thanks for listening to impact sperm. You'll a foreign links to the initiatives people raisers as mentioned in this podcast on impact. Spoon rogue please leave comments below and remember we'll be publishing fresh inspiration insights help create positive impact every week on the website facebook page and twitter.

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Impact Boom

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"boom" Discussed on Impact Boom

"Each of the corporation. It's had leading thinkers from across the world looking at what's what would the shape of the cooperation be. If it was not fit for purpose for the twenty th century they will say look back in history unconsidered the journey that cooeperation at has actually been on how it's changed over the decades and some of the findings from bats a really really pointing towards the kind of ruled a social enterprise space that concerned with issues such as ownership as governance as Culture Gotcha all things that we very much leading on in the social enterprise another example though is within the International Development Community so when Bush Council was first active on social enterprise we went to international development events on that was really very little around the the impact economy at those events whereas now we see a huge number of other players who are running sessions on those those around the the impact economy is no longer seen as being this niche and is actually very much part of the mainstream in terms of creating sustainable development. Let's really really encouraging to hear about that growing momentum and suddenly lines with the sort of insights that that we've been getting from around the globe as well so that's that's right right now. I'm curious the hidden you know. There's obviously still a lot of people who don't know about social enterprise so ham aren't we best. RISA win saving more war and change mindsets so that everyone can see how business can be used to tackle ammos pressing social environmental issues yeah absolutely an even. He wouldn't be surprised Tom to him. He saying that storytelling is a very important all of this so so the work that you guys are doing impact Boom Highness post and Thompson Reuters Foundation. It's really helping the Movement to tell a story data as well as to reach new would insist on. I think the interest readership will those sorts of that content is growing all the time so so that's fantastic. I think on the other hand. We do need governments to play their role. We've seen that in the other other areas so if you take recycling for example in the UK today recycling household waste is very much part and parcel aw what everybody does about half of UK household waste is successfully recycled and it's growing all the time. I'm not competitive any ten percents of household waste that it was recycled in the two thousand so actually what we've seen is governments. I'm double stakeholders of course but really educating the public nick providing signals providing incentives and making it easy for the public to practically do this at the end of the day. There's any seventy people who are going to take the time to understand what search lynch prizes on what is the valley unwise in portion so we need to rely on governments also to play he role in championing is serious. I suppose intensive examples of that in Scotland and they already have a huge amounts of social ends pies an activity within schools a may not leave out the social enterprise will be in every school curriculum by twenty twenty eight so that going to be reaching the next generation of young social entrepreneurs contam- but they're also going to reach the next group of consumers an age where re will inform that hey viewers as adults as well as potentially attention informing looks the families are doing the families of these children when they come home and start asking us some questions so that's one that's one way that government can really tip the balance. Another way is of cools through government purchasing power itself. I'm not really as a game changer we could unlock all of the purchasing government today said that they consider not just the quality of the price of the procuring little say the whitest searchable values so not really helps agenda within our own up earlier what we find it of interest a great deal of interest from policy makers and it's great to see other countless coming on board so the Social Enterprise World Forum and sap have unsure you. You've ahead out. They created a Webinar tool to help build trust and custody in this area. I'm not such important work. Absolutely absolutely it really really is and I'm sure that it's encouraging for those so-social organized themselves listening as well to hear about the growing interesting the spice and and the sort of things that can be done to grow this movement. So what advice would you have for the social listening who working how to create a positive social impact. They're doing their best bet. She could wrap it up in a in a few key points for them. Yeah Yeah I think I think the key really is taking care of your stress levels and your mental health on staying focused on your business model without trying to add too many extra considerations and only way over complicates what you're trying to do. I'm potentially Ashley makes it less feasible in the market so I guess what I'm saying is that if you are operating in the market you'll competing often against much less scrupulous competition and if you can make that work while delivering impact it's absolutely brilliant. I think sometimes what we do is then from the outside. People stopped making requests since MOMS of these social enterprises expectations since have been raised There's a lot of big ideas or you could do this differently you could do that. You could change this and it's a lot of pressure in reality if it was so easy to run a business that hobbes a perfect social environmental impact that I'm than showy. Everybody would be doing it so they're trying to be all things to all people. I think that focus that's single-minded. Approach to your business model without overcomplicating edge is the best way to sustainability Tapie such great advice. I'm so glad that you brought up the taking care of yourself a pod because I think it's it's really come to the spotlight especially the last year or so the issue for burn out of entrepreneurs particularly social entrepreneurs and I think there's certainly some work to be done in in making sure that we do take care of ourselves highlight that and so you might be able to share pull the play some really inspiring projects initiatives that you've come across that you believe in creating that great. I positive social change yeah. I mean how much time you can well. I'm I'm I'm very fortunate. In the I get to see some really credible social enterprises around the world. Food is the best Paul Job. I'm hunting one. I'm I'm very excited to his capsules lunch vote for him. on a hidden gem that colds della Jay from Johannes back right. They said I was brought to in Johannesburg to place cool the poem teacher it's really an icon of politics take in the middle of jihadists pathetic it sticks up right in the skyline every local news it as being mini mini a hellish place during the touch regime in. South Africa is a biblical slim and parents would say that children so you'd better what caught at school or you could end up in County Talla. I'm so such a powerful image on history on to to see that it's now become is Phil Tunnel Ground Full Assoc Lens Prize Cools Cool Delilah J. really is incredible. Will that changing perceptions about the area they offer safety to for young people as well as education and support not young people and what's credible is that the people who've set this up young people themselves that not connected with the station. X. Price movements to I really couldn't comprehend have any of these movements you didn't know any of these infrastructure groups and they just said well look. It just made sense. We want to have job but we also want to connect with our own values on with the history of this area and to give back to this area so Julian simply it made sense and we've been doing assaults. They run a very effective social enterprise without any accidental funding. I suppose like example is so great because it just shows that the the next generation are really source of such hype for us because they don't have these Darras will old-fashioned ways as of working in mind they just think social enterprises is how businessmen spe- so that's that's brilliant on could go on to so many other examples samples that I'm not sure you have the time we are coming to limit NAPA. Let's let's skip to the books part. What books would you recommend. Imposes could be a final question. Show show up at my head stuck into a book. That's called the economics of a rival which is really interesting. it's by country in. Travek and Jeremy Williams say they're asking questions like is such a thing as too much economic growth and what is economic growth for it actually tying it fundamentally to our well-being. Yum future planets so that asking when we realize that global economy is perhaps big enough and tackle the difficult questions of allocating caging resources and in with quality so not something. I'd go ahead second at the moment. Don't have to stay ideals. They love to switch off and reach a fiction in the summer. I rattled through a book that many may have already read Elena offense is completely fine. Read this summer. Saddam was a really interesting fiction novel about Leninist really and also by identity and how every day exa kindness can be millie the most important thing of all creating our shared humanity sounds like a great right book and a really good to to finish this on Pula Pula. Thanks so much again for sharing your insights in your experience today. It's been an absolute pleasure talk to you and it'll be great to see next month in Addis Brilliant Pakistani. Much trauma in fantastic talk to each thing. You're.

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Impact Boom

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"boom" Discussed on Impact Boom

"I was speaking with Paul. The Woodman Polar Woodman is the head of the Global Social Social Enterprise Portfolio and the British Council which seeks to support ecosystems for thriving impact economy in nearly thirty countries. Paula has worked worked in this area for twenty years and is now leading an influential global influence up for a more impacted economy pull a co-authored the flagship flagship British Council report think global trade social help business with a social purpose can deliver more sustainable development which launched in partnership with the World Bank Group to coincide with the signing the sustainable development goals other.

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Smash Boom Best

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"A little bit more organization nations so it's really clear to who listening like Oh here are the three points time made that would really help people be able to listen and absorb your point yeah so what are some common mistakes for the listeners that you tell your debate teams seems to try to avoid some common ones like for don't forget to drop all your cue cards and then just start crying spontaneously catch flame onstage stuff like that that happens to all of it <music> once in our lives of course character-building <hes> I think one of the biggest things speaking of listeners is sometimes kids forget to listen to what their opponents are saying. They're really focused on their points and how amazing they think they're set the argument is and that's awesome but if the other side goes up and states their points that they also think are super awesome and you don't have anything to say back because you weren't listening. You weren't paying attention. You weren't taking notes. It's going to be really hard for you to feel successful swollen and to succeed when you go up to counter their argument and bring yours forward so do you have any parting wisdom for US wise debate mentor confidences key and that sounds scary especially when you're just starting starting like well if I'm not confident. How am I supposed to magically be confident but really just getting up there standing up straight speaking up? That's going to be one of the hardest things you learn how to do and once you get there. It's going to be so much easier for all the rest that stuff to fall into place so just believe in yourself you can do it every single person up. There has had a moment where they've felt like they were going to drop other cue cards and catch on fire but you know what they came out of it and they were finding you will be to Alex is really good advice. Thank you for taking the time to talk to us today. Of course thank you good bye bye. Well now back to our many boom battles next up rats verses pigeons tie are you you ready to learn about these pesky vermin yeah. Do you think one is cooler than the other already. They're both gross. Let's get that out of the way but I feel like peeking pitcher. Just Kinda like they're just like old school gross. You know that they done me. <music> rats they live in the sewers. They teach turtles to fight awesome and they like form packs for make the rat kings very good point. Yeah I'm with you. I think. Pigeons are kind of gross but let's see what Simon and Isabella from Washburn High School in Minneapolis Minnesota have to say about it. Isabel is up. I defending those tenacious but whiskered for balls. We call rats all right. Let me tell you about my favorite animal. In the universe rats rats are secretly way cooler than people give them credit for rats are cool because they can adapt to almost any habitat and can even go without water for longer than a camel can some of the habitats icy rats in our city streets my high school cafeteria and even in people's houses as pets it rats make really good pets hamsters guinea pigs. They're soft and you can pet them and they also like to set on your shoulders. While you do stuff almost like your real life. Pirate rats are also a lot like people they like a lot of the cool stuff that we love pizza. You could get a pizza and some I'm friend rats and have a super.

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Smash Boom Best

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Your human friends not so true if you're Zombie plus where wolves are way more interesting than any other classic monster why because so little has been explored why are they linked to the full moon then why turned into a wolf instead of like a bear there's way more fresh ideas with where Wilmsen overdone on these everyone knows minecraft in the walking dead where wolves though that's the final frontier of classic horror so let's go howl at the moon and <music> vote where Wolf to tie. What did you think about that declaration greatness? The worrying of that was awesome first of all and second of all I'm now. I'M GONNA get nightmares about yeah. Yeah barrels definitely not a movie I would WanNa see let's hear matty's rebuttal. Why go undercover with your friends when you invite them? It'd be monsters with them. Just just be monsters with your friends. Monsters with the whole world spreads zombies everywhere and have a good time while you're at it but if you're aware wolf you better say goodbye to any jewelry cool coins anything that's made with silver with Zombie. Do not have to worry about that all the hearings you want. You've got it about to mention something you maybe forgot wet dog smell. You will never get used to your cursed to a life of every single month. Having the wet dog smell your life fiercer rebuttal okay tie time to take it all into account think about the rebuttals the declaration of greatness and time to select a winner who takes surprise for this one zombies or where wolves well molly. Thank up this time. I'M GONNA have to go zombies. Tell us why tell us what one you over. I I don't know I just I feel like there's never going to be aware wolf apocalypse if you're Zombie could still like have friends like a weird twilight esque thing <hes> there may be untapped potential worlds but I feel like the things we have about zombies are pretty cool fair good point and maybe where wolves untapped because maybe they're not as cool. They're not tap worthy. Well zombies takes home the title this time but listeners who do you think is cooler go to smash boom dot org and boat and stay tuned. We'll be right back after our halftime break.

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Smash Boom Best

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Boom boom boom boom boom boom smash e this is smashed boom best this show about showdowns like have you ever thought about who would win this battle my idea is poison dart frogs versus python that matchup idea was sent to us by anna from san francisco will give her call at the end of the show to see who she thinks would win poison dart frogs or pythons now let's get on with this smash boom battle pizza versus tacos or moving on to the next round micro round this week's mike around challenges putnam monia we've asked tracy and mark to tickle our punny bones with their pizza and taco puns this way to the punt show so mark and tracy are going to trade puns will do three each tracy was first in the last round so mark europe on your mark get set pun well i don't wanna get too cheesy but let us talk about tacos i've been waiting for this round look this food stolen pizza my heart's crest me i know what i'm talking about have you guys heard my favorite ramon song she ne is a punk walker or maybe my favorite otis redding song sitting by the guac the bay look there's not mushroom to argue here all of us know pizza is better it's the pepper only choice you have to admit my puns have been pretty exelon tro that's a wrap look pizza is the supreme choice top that those puns were amazing all right they were i would say pretty tasty amelia please dish appoint to either team taco or team pizza listeners u2 don't see who you give the point too but amelia have you decided who gets a point for punto monia i think i have okay how about it debaters have you been swayed at all to the other side i'm on team taco wherever i'm not saying that tacos aren't good food it's just the pizza's obviously better all right it is time for our next round nick attack this challenge is a total surprise to both sides pizza taco tracy mark are you ready i hope your supersecret round is acronym ical an acronym is an abbreviation formed by taking the first letter of a series of words for example the zip in zip code stands for zone improvement plan and ufo stands for unidentified flying object so we want both teams to make the thing they're arguing for into an acronym for instance if i were arguing in favor of forks i would say forks stood for feeding oneself requires knowing fill rare came in a give you both a minute to think come up with your acronyms while we listen to some lovely hold music doc oh thank god doc oh.

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Smash Boom Best

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Well that didn't take much convincing seriously all right don't go anywhere because we'll be right back with three more fiery rounds of smash boom best thanks to kiwi co for supporting us today kiwi co create super cool hands on projects for kids that make learning about science technology engineering art and math fun he goes mission is to provide the next generation of innovators with tools and foundation they need to become creative problem solvers and critical thinkers with five different types of projects there are something for kids of all different ages from age two all the way through sixteen my daughter loves her kiwi co crates and it's kind of amazing that qa co seems to know exactly what she wants to play with at that moment and the fact that she's learning from the twice to is a super bonus gifting akiko subscription to the kid in your life will make them smarter and quite possibly make you their favorite person kiwi co is offering smashed boom best listeners the chance to try them for free to redeem this offer and learn more about their projects for kids visit kiwi co dot com slash boom again that's kiwi co dot com slash boom to try kiko for free boom boom boom boom boom boom boom mash best this is smash boom vest that show about showdowns like have you ever thought about who would win this battle hands versus feet that debate idea was sent to us by greta and maya from chicago we'll give them a call at the end of the show to see who they think would win all right we've already heard both sides go deep in the first round but as far as i can tell these teams are neck and neck and this debate is far from over next up.

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Smash Boom Best

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

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Smash Boom Best

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"I was trying to snuggle the other night with both the dog and the cat the cat scratched my forehead because it was trying to get into the right position because you were doing it wrong you did it wrong it's your fault not the cat from the brains behind brains on its smash boom best the show for people with big opinions hi and welcome this is smash boom best we take two things smash them together to find out which is best i'm ali boom and to date we have a fierce debate battle of domesticated beasts it's cats versus dogs dogs definitely because they're more playful cast because more satisfying when you tame a cat and a dog with a cat it's a lot more cheaper calmer less stressful can actually like play a game with a dog many people say oh you can't play with tax yes you can because you have cat toys and if i had a should be running around with my dog all the time but i can't really take my cats at the park dogs because doc sexually love you cats are just using you for food cats for sure because you can't you can't hold a dog when you can hold the catch so awkward you know this might be our most contentious episode ever in one horner humans best friend liquor faces tour of toys tail wagging happy to see you always up for a game of fetch it's dogs and in the other corner sleek and graceful quiet and self sufficient down for cuddle free pest control with a cute face to boot it's cats here today to judge this high stakes debate is oscar wolf hi oscar low so where do you currently stand in this age old debate well i think i'm pretty neutral here because thanks to my parents i have had neither.

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Smash Boom Best

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"boom" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Mm slash boom to try qa co for free smash this is smash boom best the show about showdowns why have you ever thought about who would win this battle my a donuts for his cupcakes that matchup was sent to us by elliott from springfield virginia we'll give them a call at the end of the show to see who he thinks would win now we've already heard one smashing around but no side can claim mic drop status just yet it's time for team bermuda triangle and loch ness to get creative in though micro around micro round we let both sides know about this mike around in advance so they had time to prepare their best commercials jet and sand in are you both ready to sell out and go commercial arm so ready i've been waiting for someone to ask me i'm real excited to hear this all right sandy you are up i roll it sandy beaches warn ocean waters are warning this year dates that bermuda snooze fast and come to without a real excitement is beautiful hawkeness located in the highlands of scotland we haven't all you want to islands come see chatty island the locks only bannock which is a cool way of saying an island made by humans at once had a castle on it speaking of castles lauck nash is home to irk castle one of the majestic structures that inspired the animators of pixels movie for aid what did the bermuda triangle inspire a movie about yawns probably hoop hairs like swimming maybe you can beat brenda sheds reckitt she was the first to swim the entire length of the law hit only to cover lacking thought t one hour twenty seven minutes so get going what trip would be complete without a cruise on one of our many ships maybe you'll sport on biggest celebrity nancy oh yeah.

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Chicago's Business Authority

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"boom" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

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MYfm 104.3

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"boom" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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MYfm 104.3

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"boom" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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