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"brava" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"brava" Discussed on Far Away Fan
"Just tell me more about this W. it sounds amazing. It's insane I mean. All of the famous matches from each club, basically around that Derby. I think to win that match. It's bragging rights for years. I mean it's been sold often. It's actually it's actually a very poor game of football when it comes around I mean. I think for the last three or four years. Every game is a draw because there's so much pressure on the on each team that they're almost afraid to attack. It's it's to defendant and it's there is a chances and. I mean. They're sinister elements to US I mean I remember you know when I looked up about Jeremy I read about it and You know. There is a a sinister side charging time football and I know that Williams the San Lorenzo found that you spoke to he mentioned the Barra Brava who had hooligans in Argentina. I did when the cast. Comes around. Before. Between. New. Trial. The Barra Brava will. They'll write graffiti on the wall that says if you don't win this match your ditch. The there's there's quite violent element to the database and That's unfortunate. But in a strange way it adds to. The story of that match and it adds to the stakes at a I don't want someone that takes that says that I support dinner that that's pretty special. Because it it. Means so much to the people of Rosarito. That matches become. You know like folklore now. So. It's so before the match yeah. You'll get graffiti of the walls said if you don't win the match the die and now you have a weird situation where. That graffiti has turned into news fans spring back to Rosada said trial so that they think it's their fans that sprayed it, but it's actually new fans Rosario said trial the opposite. So there's a lot of dirty tricks at bay and. I. Mean. Yeah. Like it has been some famous famous matches over the years I mean newest won that title. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four at against Rosario central to win the title. Central have had had many famous wins over news. Ed. and. There was a match for years ago where Maxi Rodriguez who's Club captain? Of News always at the moment, most people went on for his time Liverpool. Athletico Madrid He, he scored the winner at the stadium of Roseira trial. In, Ninety four minutes. And there was just silence and the stadium because there's no way funds allowed to go to games. Anymore and that's due to crowd trouble things like that. But if you That game where you see Maxxie Rita scoring And all you can hear his newest players on the bench. It's almost like the game today where there's no..
Commoners of the New Forest
"I think it's fair to say that from a global perspective. We are living through uncertain times in particular. I hope is listening to this podcast. You're asking questions about what tweet where to purchase our food and how food choices are impacting the environment and world around us while sometimes these are complicated questions. What's what's been inspirational about? Many of the podcast conversations. I've now had is how despite the politics and complexity many food and drink produces uses are just getting on with it and making a big difference to their local communities. As this week's guest Andrew Barry Naughton puts it. What's on your doorstep is that is the most important thing once you get that right? It spreads from there now Andrews lucky he happens to have the beautiful landscape of the new forest orest literally on his doorstep as a commoner as well as a farmer his animals can truly range free through heathland and ancient woods. Sometimes they range a bit too freely as you will hear in this program. We explore the peculiarities of calming history. We also discover how and and even more fascinating Louis why we are seeing the return of regional. Native breeds such as Ruby red cattle and saddleback pigs `brava than the influx of larger continental breeds. It makes good business and environmental sense especially now that the communists have their own shed brand and the new forest mark in essence to support a more artisan kinda traditional approach to farming. Andrew needs to charge around ten percent. More Oh and supply more directly to the end consumer is this the way other regions could go. I very much hope you enjoyed this. Week's conversation. Andrew Carey Nelson Awesome. Thank you so much spare time on the US very much appreciate it here. It's all things go communist. I guess and farming. Can you just say where on planet Earth are. We pleased and we're in the in. The new force pistol. Kadam was founded in line in the middle of nowhere and it was surrounded by forests and we are luckily. Because 'cause it's pouring rain we all sat in your kitchen. Aren't we started out as very very muddy Soviet so he's not afraid poor cattle at the moment so so walling around the second good but it takes that mind space picks the reckon the sun picks lables out the forest so pigs and won't go very well together. They're lucky year so I'm a big fan of a new I. I love it but a lot of people listening. Probably maybe you've heard of it but not being here. Can you just describe the forest just a little bit. 'cause he's pretty. ECLECTIC has an escort ancient woodlands. It's got farmed areas. But just what is the funds very large area. Originally a lot people know sets. It's up by William the conqueror Purcell hunting area. But actually where we are sounds. We're on the northern combines. The pressure of the new forest so and we are actually what we call manorial. Waste the new force yourself was originally setup and that part of it was called Crown lands. That was part ten going for the crown mm-hmm but where we are at the moment the mineral ways we are actually owned by the Lords of the manor in this particular area we had Born to state which was part of course sustain it has the biggest site next to us big farming state and then another part of its playskool portions of state which again was another huge farming state in its time and Darcy's why sees winchester who owned track of it so the ground whale when surrounded by on the Commons. We are actually originally here before the existence of the new forest poorest before the creation by William the conqueror interesting. So how long does that William the conqueror showing me in ten sixty six. Okay so I believe the new forest trey to run about ten eighty four eighty six roundabout that things. So he's now the congressman sales assistance. Few people reckon two or three hundred years years before that date is well it comes will and I'm by when we say comments. They were used in essence four livestock even back then they were basically land. Minora waste the their Germany Germany. As a rule Paul ground is not suitable for farming so the topsoil was always very thin and all forms of small sel even some. The school houses had the brought them to turn out their animals on that waste ground and that that was drawn to him by the Lords of the manor at the time. The US okay. But it's not a great sounding name waste isn't it. If he told me that in this context it was like a tip. Says he doesn't really when you think you've just dry. It's absolutely stunning isn't it. If you'RE GONNA take place Iceland this is the kind of waste land to live in beautiful. It is it's the ground itself is is is poor is ray civic. Don't have its own sand and and it's very very thin topsoil. It wouldn't be much good performing any other way. Okay for across the new forest in its entirety. There are areas that are good for eight changes inches. Yeah you've you've you've you've got the the ancient ornamental woodland bigger some beech woodland you call the lawns. which is the areas across your orest echoed loans if got more covens in different areas of the forest as well? The Heathrow in itself is probably more rather than the Amazon rainforest. I really that few few acres of it well across across the UK. I want why is that unique and is now being given national accreditation as well. How long ago was that includes a few of probably fifteen years ago now? It's is passed even longer so they should be known fact checking particularly unique. Just it from from a country because it was the districts and stuff like this idea of communist kind of land. Is that something. That's replicated across the country. Yeah Dot an expo of similar. Aw I think the new forest it's thrived and continues a lot longer. Believe this seven hundred plus commodores in the forest and what we've done here is is much more unique to stick Leiria. You won't get anywhere much. THOUGHT IN X dot on wall up country so unique. I think it's something that remained within the families win the forest. Oh Oh that's not to say. Is that that somebody could purchase property-owning coming coming rights to it but this being families in the forest of carrying on the tradition really from from generation generation. And if I proud to be communists you know a lot of us have other jobs not just comedy see other people everyday jobs going out to work and just coming as a part time sidelines about takes quite a bit dedication. If you're if you're doing it part time it does take a long time and the benefit native of coming from the forest perspective. It's helping manage the ecosystem services a symbiotic relationship. Communism the forest. There's there's a lot of plum supermodel. I wouldn't be there if it wasn't for comedy. The comments and the forest was look anywhere like it. was you walk dog throat coming around that. So it's very important. That comedy continues. I think the National Park and other bodies realized read is that now for quite some telling and I've done the best to encourage comedy and keep going this new. Ms Organizations Remember the commerce this Defense Association and we're very proud of our heritage and what we do and we're determined the comedy continue so what we try and do today a set up things for the future to ensure cobbling still carries on doesn't now and the benefits of it. Then suppose are this is partly a financial thing. I guess is the rights to use the land for animals in the fat. I suppose. Pardon me what's the barriers of entry alone. 'cause you don't need to go and by far but in reality you do because you need to land. I didn't tell you though. I mean what you could do. I mean you're more tired of the government. Some Lancelot company wants attached to it pretends coming in that way it's coming. It isn't a straightforward simple. Maybe turning on Moselle you gotta you gotTa know what you're doing you gotta have some idea of of of your stock could conditions and healthy. I things develop things. Go wrong if if you don't keep an eye on your animals and you go into the the cost you're going to see them every day and that's called commitment going out looking for animals. Every day they could be anywhere. Just two thousand acres of land and go to find your animals and you gotTa make sure they're
"brava" Discussed on WTVN
"There is some merit his anger moon is away today and this is your undocumented anchorman Markstein city and we have some little bit of breaking news now were to back in DC Superior Court DC said I've been in DC Superior Court for seven years in this interminable suit that Michael Mann the climate hockey stick guy he sued me for defamation spin and that dysfunctional decrepit disgusting DC Superior Court where justice goes to die for seven years to justice two judges are actually retired among the first to trial judges we had retired and this third one is and isn't gonna be around long enough to take it to trial that's why I'm insulting how anti court system obviously I thought if our she was going to take it to trial of a big trouble now but the thing drags on seven years also in DC Superior Court doctor best Jordan minus has said that her cheating spouse him mine it is having an affair with Somali born U. S. representative and Minnesota from Minnesota in land Omar this would be if this is true they they the these love birds plan on marrying miss mom is married at the moment she's had two marriages one of which is allegedly to brava for the purposes of committing immigration fraud tax fraud student loan for old lot of other things that says she's been accused of and of course the dirty rotten stinking corrupt US department of justice does want to go near any for older that elan mom might have committed and that would not a fight the grounds of her admission to the United States and would lead to being potentially a candidate for deportation because I do want to go they do want to go anywhere near that again there's no equality before the law anymore but anyway what was interesting about this and one doesn't begrudge people finding love wherever they can except possibly of it is with brother but this set a new chapter the fees Seth thirty eight years old Iran Oman paid him and this is what I'm so bored with you know because you think to yourself the Democrats will love difference they love identity politics because people they get bored with just like old white men and all that so they want something new they want novelties all the time I'm the trouble with all these an exciting novelty is is that in the end they're all the same Iran Oman paid this guy who said her love of according to these filings in DC Superior Court ten minute Hey this guy two hundred and thirty thousand dollars in the last year for fundraising consulting what is I would have thought laid to generally die understand I'm in on the simulated phone of the demos political systems if you can afford to pay your boyfriend two hundred and thirty thousand dollars for fundraising consulting you'll probably flush enough not to.
"brava" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"I would be fine with that. Okay. I have so many things to discuss what the all when I came on your show. I shared my summer Butte faves. Yeah. So we definitely have to get into y'all summer faves. But one, always, I like just dip our towing and discuss summer snacks. Oh, so we don't really discuss food on the show, very often, but I discovered a salad that I want everybody to buy. Okay. And then I would also love, if y'all had any recommendations for salads, or snacks for the summer that you think the honeys might be interested in getting. So a lot of honey's live near trader Joe's if you don't I'm sorry, but, but there are good amount of us the do this salad. I just got do y'all ever Shaba traitor. Joe? Eight livid trader yes, I don't know about seventy she's more of an air one gal. Yeah. So this is it for you. But this salad. Okay. So it's one of those bagged salads, and which I never used to get but new Jackie gagged salad. Okay. Jackie loves convenience. I'm telling you, you pop it in the U pop it in your car. You go home. You pour it out. You pour the dressing it looks like your life together. Yeah. This salad. It's called the tahini pepitas and April cots law kit. Actually, I had that at the sample station. And I was we impressed. I wanna pita it's a feed. It's concede look to someone pay attention. Okay. So this says, shredded carrots, broccoli stocks green cabbage and kale in to Haney orange dressing now. I make tahini all the time and I put lemon in it, right? Orange tahini who would thought it was fucking good, man. And I've gotten several since then healthy convenient as easy, and I walked right past this damn Sal was his new item. Do I knew it came? It was a spring drought by if I know might TJ 'cause I'm a season behind me. That's nice spring was a little hard. I was going through a lot during the spring. Okay. So I'm a merging with the Sarah little behind on the friendly flyer flags. And I got behind. On my reading materials. Salad. I just want everybody to get it. It's really good. Why does a major that sample prove that you wanna like that you love something? And you want ever to love it because I love something I don't want anyone to know about it. Oh because you think now when I go to TJ I'll be out. The ass is all the honeys took them. Yeah. We talk about a trader Joe's a lot on our show. Yeah. Yeah. Have this has a salad ever? Come up the salad hasn't come up about the case to the cash you have that right now. That's some good stuff. Good roasts and potatoes, baby. Take that vegan cashew, little marinara mic set up the heat of the potato then like changes the consistency of the sauce and you have like a patacula 'Brava vegan delight making that tonight have all of those materials. It. I have a nerve guard and Honey, she gardens now keep up. Okay. I'm here in like, Kat up. I'm making that tonight. It's really good. Look look at you. Okay. So what are some other things like that? Like, what are some items that the honeys go by eight for summer that you think they might be into? Well, I just made this morning. So I do imperfect produce familiar I am. Okay. So I love that service. Amazingly, you go online once a week and you can choose from array of organic or non-organic items fruits, veggies, have great olive oil. They have coffee,.
"brava" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Oh, seven in the morning. So roughly and twenty three minutes from now, I get to go home. Andrew has to stay because he had a five. Brava time. Five o'clock comes Andrew my head. And my pillow will make a perfect match not to CNN. And then and then and then and there I am now going to go to Jack and say Hello, Jack. Hey, how you doing? All right. How are you? All right. Well, Dixie didn't call in. Now, we didn't. But I I will speak to him this week. And find out what? Indeed, if as a park ranger he received any training. In case of fire. What to do? Filming that would be up to the the forestry US streets. But I'm sure there are procedures that they tell them to follow in case of no rain, dry leaves that. Yup. Yup. Well, first off Trump is like withhold funds from California. That's sorta thing you you tweet out or saying public. It's no I. Grew up in queens. In manhattan. So. Major farce and in New York City. But I mean, I I don't think he has any idea what he's talking about. Don, I'm gonna just chastise you for one thing. Don't call the president of the United States in idiot. Okay. Well, all right fine. Another Nair saying say in a different way. But that's this respectively. Okay. He's over in France. Just supposedly are in the. A World War One. And. I don't know what he's doing over there. Big Aziz supposed to go. Visit American graves any kind. Well, he can't take. Yeah. Because we're good and fly. Shallow copter. Yeah. I hear tell you can you can drive and six hours from one end to the other end of Paris. Yeah. Afraid I don't know where it is. But his thing is what is he doing over there and the head of ceremony. I guess and he walked in back door. Of the event that he was supposed to attend right? The price. And that brings me back to another thing. I saw the pre all ninety minutes of it. I watched I I well I heard. He was ridiculous. I mean, this guy who took his press credentials away from. In questions and Trump is like sit down sit down. You know, I've never seen a press conference like that Nixon. You know? Tangle with Dan rather during. Watergate. I was funny finishing up on a tape of the final days by ROY Gordon burns. And I don't know. So the Democrats are picked up thirty one seats so far in the house. I'll say pending because the two races in Florida and Georgia. Congressional. But okay. But they got thirty one seats in the house. Anyway, the Senate races are. We figure out these ten Democrats who were running supposedly red states. Florida in in Arizona. Yeah. Those. The darker pick up as many Senate seats. Possibly could have won. But may right. So we'll see how that goes from as far as I know the Arizona Senate seat. The democrat is definitely had in Florida. The Nelson is within striking distance doing a machine recount. And if the machine recount is close. They go away manual. Yeah. So. That could they very well could not pick up the number of seats that they could have picked up and we put this on. When Reagan was it office in eighty two Democrats only picked up twenty six seats in the house. And that was basically the end of the Reagan revolution. As far as you know, getting he really had to negotiate with tip O'Neill. So. It's interesting guys. It is it is. But I said this before and I will say again, Donald Trump. Will not win a second term. I'm wondering if he's even going to run. Oh, please. He's too addicted to power he will run and say anything he thinks he needs to say to reach the ears of his support group. And we're all going to have to put up with that what we put up with in two thousand sixteen was to put up with it again in two thousand twenty. Yup. It'll be I don't know who I'm gonna back for. President yet. I'm opening someone the Democrats should get their act together. Well. Oh, you know, who I? I think like perfect candidate would be don't say Oprah. No. Obama. Yes. But I think she's smart enough not to get. The mud that would come her way on herself. Well, what mud? They will make it up accord. But mantle think she wants any part of that. All right. We'll say, but I I think that would be the perfect candidate. I think all right. We'll see. Yep. I will say this. Let's say that happens Donald Trump at a try another approach because if he starts. Lying the same way. He was doing in two thousand sixteen we I think that will be a backlash that will spill all over him. Me. All right. Well, I'm hoping hoping hoping. Monday night. Okay. Well, no, well, the weather if if the creek don't rise. Don't right, Jack. Thank you. Doc it good night. It goes, Jack. There are four lines open. You wanna use one please do if you prefer just to keep your head on your pillow. You can do that to my name is Morgan his name is Andrew and we're about to take two three commercials. And then I will return time and temperature here. Busy three sixteen. Thirty seven degrees..
"brava" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"I said we'll why is that because it's highly unusual for an archivist to demand. That kind of thing when he said, very delicately he said, well because if one of these documents happens to show that this or that person was a fascist. We can't very well have that appearing in your book. So as I said this I have to know who this archive was well, I mean was it a Jewish archive? It was an Italian Jewish archive. Yeah. A hard time community, and I don't want to threaten okay. Right. But I still I guess I'm always curious about the attempt to control narrative, and you know, it's not a government archive. He's got it. Right. I mean, the community has a right to either show or not show their records. There is nothing. There was nothing. Right. Not to let historians tell the truth. Absolutely. Because it's privately funded. Right. It's it's funded by the members of community. It's not taxpayer money. I mean, the very fact that archive is operating and that somebody's paying the archivists salary abouts, not something I'm contributing to right. And so sort of wonder why the keep the documents at all just destroy them. Well, and you know, the fact is that he eventually did show me all these documents. And I'm wondering if he listens to this. And if you'll ever that me back into the archive again, but but he eventually gave them to did. He did eventually let me. Mr. You're clear. It's interesting. No, we're thinking about it. So I'm going back to a point from a little bit before. But now that I'm rethinking I'm sort of a little confused now that I think about it of the great enduring antisemitic trope of Jews who were both the holders of capital globally, all around the world in a conspiratorial, way, and communists, because what you're saying isn't Italy that made no sense. They were the holders of capital, and they didn't want the state to nationalize right? Let's just pick up on that note. A very good point. Am I think the answer to that? Is that anti semitism is rarely rational. That you see that in Italy, the anti semitic articles, just do a fabulous job at conflating all these different very contradictory carrots category. So they'll say things like Jews are Bolshevist conspirators who hold the banks, right? Right. Exactly on ask you, perhaps one question, perhaps not. No, we made up good. But I have lots of questions. One of the novelties in your book. I mean, you say in the book, and you said now that much of the story has been told by historians before but a big novelty in your book is looking at contemporary. Oh, postwar Italian twos. Especially in those who have gone through and those who have gone to America. Can you tell us a bit about how that informed your investigation? I mean, looking at it from an international perhaps transnational perspective and how you can compare the two trajectories. Yes, I wrote about Italian Jews who fled the nineteen thirty eight laws to go to Palestine and those who feed the nineteen thousand eight laws and go to the United States, and I really wanted to call the book clinging to Italy and eventually decide on different title. But the idea was that in both of these places they really hold onto their adoration for Italy. And it takes us lightly different shape in each place in Palestine, they can't very well say. We love it why. Because Palestine is ionised and the dice bre among sinus is wrong, right? You're not supposed to have the nice brainy more. So they don't say that. But they think tiddly in their lifestyle in things that they eat in the things that they wear in their language. So they've got this way of clingy. Tastefully in the United States takes a different shape. They also have this nostalgia for all things at talion. But in the United States, it's probably the tangents. There is the biggest group the group that has a strongest way of rewriting history. And they're they really lead the way with saying Italy was never anti semitic. And the part of the reason that they're doing that. By the way, is almost propagandistic. It's to persuade the millions of Italian Americans in the United States who tended to be quite fascist until the US joined the war to persuade them that they should support the quote, unquote, true it to the which is the anti-fascist ity..
"brava" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"And and Tanzer your question about the comparison. So Germany, I think is a prime example of seminar cheese and differences because on the one hand it happens at the same time as in Germany, right? Eighteen forty eight leading to eighty six season on finally ending in eighteen seventy but in Germany, it comes with a lot more tensions. And italy. The emancipation has actually led by the ruling house the house of Savoy, whereas in Germany, it's the leading house goes kicking screaming into men's patient and is not eager. So it's interesting, given what you said about how they saw the state as their men's payers and benefactors were committed to it and also leading to their Reisen rise and rise one of the very interesting points that I really did not know, obviously, I have not read enough history books is that a handful of Jews were even or some of the Jewish community were actually supportive of fascist. Tell us about that is that part of this kind of loyalty to the state like Italy, can you know, my country, right or wrong kind of thing. Right. Right. And you know, Dalia that's one of the points that the I find the most sensitive and that when I give talks on this subject. That's the probably the topic that raises the most eyebrows and a little raising your eyebrows right now. Right. And even more than eyebrows, how about raised voices because. Not something that Italian Jews today actually cents a nagging discomfort with its thorny point. But the fact is and this is what I found in my research. And I think this is really rather new point in scholarship, which is that the majority of Italian Jews did not oppose fascism, and some of them ardently supported it, and many others were between sort of moderately supportive of it an indifferent to it. For example, to the book right Primo, Levy, only became an anti-fascist after the racial those during World War Two. But again if we're turn against him. Right. Right. Right because it turned together. And it's fair to say that after nineteen thirty eight there are very few if any fascist Jews, or at least any in their right mind, who are who are still supportive of fascism because after nineteen thousand eight really is a slap in the face the racial laws, and they feel about that fascism is just not the right? I I want I want to answer. I mean, I'm really wanna get an answer the question. Why where did it come from? That's a great question. Why we're telling Jews in favor fascism, and the answer really is very concrete. The answer is that when fascism comes to power on the backdrop of a highly bifurcated society, where Italy is divided between radical left and conservative reactionist, right and Jews have choice. Are they going to back the left or the right because the center at that time is very weak? And the radical left is composed of socialists, and communists, who want to overthrow the government and set up a government for the workers just as happened in Russia. Right. This is in the early twenties. Nineteen twenty nine hundred twenty one it was called the red two years. And the the left is composed of primarily workers factory workers. Right people who are really suffering on the factory floors and getting together and thinking how can we sold this? And they say the solutions. Revolution..
"brava" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"They reached the highest positions, but they're in. There was no Dreyfuss Farah. There was no sort of huge outbreak of anti-semitism at any point. And I think like you said Dalia that was let's definitely reason for the way they forged their memory later because they see it. And I think you put it really, well, they see it as a sort of parenthetical nightmare World War Two the years thirty-eight Forty-five sort of parenthetical nightmares. This is not the true Italy parenthetical nightmares. Much better way of putting it. Actually, I think that it's interesting because this is how many German Jews see their country in a way, like, you know, this sort of Nazi aberration that drove us away from beloved motherland. And I think that it has to do also with the process of emancipation, which brings me to my next question. Take us through the story of the emancipation of Italian Jews because first of all came in stages because Italy at the time was not really a unified nation state, but rather devolve country, but also came rather late as opposed to other European countries only in the mid nineteenth century, and therefore going back to the historical arch- that you look at in the book a hundred years from emancipation to fascism. I mean, it was like so condensed in historically speaking, the Jews coming to all of a sudden to prominence in staying there. And you know, the an even staying there when there's every reason well for them. To be taken away from it. What can you tell us about the mental patient of it was twos in relation to similar processes in Germany, and France and other places in Europe? That's terrific question to emancipation begins initially in eighteen forty eight and I think that that data's telling because what happens in eighteen forty eight among many other things is that Italy begins to have a constitution. And this is called the the Albertine statute of eighteen forty eight and this is the founding document that will later be the constitution of the state of Italy. And the reason I say it's important is because what really see happening is this wedding of Jewish amounts patient or rights for Jews, equal rights for Jews and talion statehood. So that the very notion of being free citizens of juice can be free citizens is tied to Italy's becoming state, and that that sort of leans Italian Jews too. To not only be grateful, but sort of to this adoration of the Italian state right because as far as they're concerned. It's thanks to the talent state that they've gained these rights. Now, it's interesting to note that the story is a little more complicated. Because it's not that the Italian state, which grew out of the kingdom of Virginia and the house of Savoy, it's not that they were that enamored by Jews, and it's not. But the first thing that they wanted to do was to give the juice citizenship and equal rights, but it was an easy way for them to satisfy liberal obi's, and they needed those liberal lobbies to support them to become a state. But you know, that's something that we as a story can see later, and as far as talent Jews could see Italian, statehood, equalled Jewish rights and just in case, any listeners don't know what what immense patient means that is immense patient, right? The process by which Jews received rights and became equal. Citizens begins in eighteen forty eight in Italy becomes a state in the early sixties eighteen sixties and. Then famously we've created Italy. Now, we have to create a talion, right? Exactly. Right. That was the saying that sort of that there wasn't actually in Italy. Right. That it was an imaginary concept. The fourteen Jews are very much wasn't Italy. And they were really in love with it. And and it just so happened that soon after these punishment of Italy. It's the undergoes an industrial Leiw and challenges ride that wave, and they're very well placed because they're urban and because they're in trade, they're very well placed to join this new economy this new capitalist economy, and they thrive, and I call that in my chapter, I the rise and rise of Italian Jews because they just sort of climb up the social ladder and gain more wealth than gain more respectability, and along with wealth in Italy that time because it's classes society comes the right to vote and the right to be elected. And so they gain power positions..
"brava" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"Yes. Because in the same way that Vichy France takes the initiative and takes a very active role in hunting down the Jews and passing them over to the Germans knowing full. Well, that they're going to be taken Josh wits in the very same way. The talents after nineteen forty-three who by the way had full control over administrative powers, which meant over the police. They initiated a law saying that talent Jews would be hunted down by Italian police, and this was an Italian initiated law and handed over to the Germans again knowing full well that they would be sent to Alfred. So the comparison with France, very apt one, and it's actually very close one Vichy France and the Republic of slow in Italy have have many strands in common in that sense. It seems it seems like there's a couple of sort of qualifying points or challenges to why it's been difficult to arrive at this conclusion one is that. Those the implementation of that, you know, of his violent forms of antisemitism in the legislation around them in the actual policies simply came later long after fascism had risen, and so maybe that is a distinction and that during the interim could it be that the people who the Jews who live there didn't feel antisemitism from people regular people that the interacted with day to day. I mean, you'll rarely hear from French. Ju I'm sorry to say say anything like that about France. They all feel anti semitism. I've never met a French. Do it doesn't feel into someone. Doesn't mean. France at some point in history and often now, but certainly then I mean, yes, they wanted to feel like I mean, I didn't talk to them in the nineteen forties. But I would be hard pressed to imagine a French person looking back and saying there was no anti semitism in France. And so maybe they're experienced data. Maybe people are influenced in their memory by their regular life. And then these policies come along, and they feel like they're alien, and they feel like even if they blame somebody else or whether they blame Italians or whether they blame the German position. Maybe they just feel like it's. Limited anomalous phase or something. I think that's a realistic point. And I think that's very much part of what I was trying to argue in the book that on this gets back to your first question, which I sort of elegantly scarfs it. We know how to bring your. Very crafty. Which is why then do Jews support this narrative? And I think very large part of of the answer to that question is the years the decades before the war and just how unbelievably integrated Italian Jews, Warren Atanas society. And that's why again the book with eighteen forty eight which is the first sort of stage of emancipation of the Jews. And and it sets the bull going for Jews becoming extremely integrated quite well off. In other words, they climb up the the social adder and join the middle class and simply happy they're happy in Italy. And do they experience anti semitism? Absolutely. And that again is a myth about the decades of four World War Two that there was no anti-semitism. And that's that's just not true, particularly in Rome, and particularly encouraged by the church was very Linda antisemitism, again, if we're sort of speaking comparisons. There was no Dreyfuss affair. In italy. And someone I want spoke to put a sort of an ice way. He said in Italy. There were many Dreyfuss is, but no Dreyfuss affair meaning in its there were many many of Jewish officers. And in fact, the Jews were just the military was hugely popular among Jews, and they became admirals..
"brava" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"In other words, Italian Jews weren't the only ones who were saying this that Italy had a reputation sort of more generally reputation for being the good access and sort of the axis power that despite being allied with Hitler and with Japan. Save Jews not was its role in World War, Two Italy, equaled the saviors of the Jews who has that myth because I have to tell you that I'm where we've been discussing my levels of ignorance here, and you know, we know the general history. But I mean, there are countries that are better known for saving their juice. Right. Even if those are partially missed Denmark Bulgaria who really do people really believe that Italy was you know, the good guy in less. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean less though, historians right? And I wasn't the first one to say, oh, this is a myth. It's known among historians as the myth of the Bravo Genta, the good people are talion as good people. But absolutely in in the public media. So you might be reading. Many history books. To knowledgeable 's. Beautiful which is. Accuse me of that of innocent. I watched it and I loved it. So life is beautiful is a classic example of that. I'm glad you mentioned it because life is beautiful shows history in the most worked to give just one example, it starts in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and it it features a Jewish man, right? The hero is Jewish man. And he's totally carefree. Even the opening scenes are the sort of he's quoting a talent poetry. And and and the music is lovely and they're in the town countries. I don't care in the world. Now, this is months into the racist. Campaign Jews could not work in most professions. They couldn't marry non Jews their children are kicked out of school and out of all schools, which was even worse than Germany at this time every single school Cape choose out to their premises. And they couldn't go to the seaside. They couldn't advertise. They couldn't. So the list goes on and on right? You name. It was probably there. And yet this film shows this. Jewish manners as having not a care in the world. Right. Then it goes on to show him marrying, a Christian woman that couldn't have been right? That just absolutely couldn't have been an then it goes on to show little fragments of antisemitism. But they're always portrayed as just really nothing serious. And they're always compared to German anti-semitism, which is portrayed as having been very serious. But even more than that. And that ties into the louder argument about the responsibility of the talian is that it is normally perceived the positive the race laws in nine hundred ninety eight and the beginning of the deportation and extermination of Jews in nineteen forty three only after the German occupation as something as some sort of German, coercion only, whether Germans twisted, the mousseline is only then he became anti semitic is any historical truth in that. Exactly. Right. Exactly. I mean, so so that's one faster. So sometimes the myth is that antisemitism. Only came after the Germans rive ninety four thirty-three. Sometimes it takes the shape. Of well, there was anti-semitism. But it just wasn't serious. Sometimes there is the myth that it was only miscellaneous henchman that were anti semitic. But the rest of the talent the rank and file never supported him. So and no there's no truth in any of that because the racial laws were there for five very long, very isolating yet. How much were they implemented the actually enforced the letter of law? They were absolutely enforced. Yes, they're putting forth. Now, the very few cases in which they were either not enforced or cancelled. But if you look at the very closely and other stories of this you see that it's only when there's some sort of conflict with let's say labor laws or conflict with the Vatican. Who are worried about converts, right or conflict with interest of Catholics who might be hurt by these lows. So it's only in very few cases that there were exceptions. But just to go back to what you said, you said, you didn't notice it in the film, and that's highly understandable because that's exactly. The the stuff of history that doesn't make it into the film might. And so life is beautiful is a prime example of how this myth is circulating without people even being aware that things were not as they seem things are not..
"brava" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Right now. Maury Vicks you saw he emailed me and said girly for him VP. What do you think somewhat someone's out there discussing right now, though is if they took the vote today? Patrick Mahomes it's probably gets at fifty two, nothing doesn't. He. Yeah. Who who also refer getting? I'm not saying he deserves that by the Whigs. I think he's got room to improve. Yes. The way voters think right now, Patrick Mahomes is holy, and that's just that's just how the voting would go. Who would be second golfer, girly. Yeah, that's what I was thinking that too. That's what's interesting is girly and bite eat into each other's votes for who would be the? Is there anybody else that would be in the running for second. Start talking Brady at this point, maybe Brady by me, I think you'd have to talk Rogers bream. We're forgetting about Brees. All right. All right. Oh, anyway. I guess that also. Also. And more weeks to discuss, discuss MVP anything else from Rams for United's, Andy, that stuck out to you? Just the one last thing it'd be the Niners last two weeks offense of teams that come in game planning to attack them on the edges, the Packers did it a lot big time. They would play action rollouts on that Monday night game last week among other things. The Rams we'd no, they do those jets sweeps a lot. But this week they were actually handing the ball in the jet sweep. San Francisco's. Defensive ends are very limited, rushing the passer, and now I think teams feel watching their tape that they can be attacked by design in the running game. That's been a real issue for them this year. All right. Before we move on, I just want to mention something as far as the MVP discussion goes that Mark Brava keeps talking about before the season started on the QB gambling podcast with comes which comes out every Friday. We were talking up Patrick Mahomes at thirty three to.
"brava" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"And I up speaking of disrupting financial services. I don't actually cover a lot of fintech on this pod, and maybe I should do more, but among the big VC investment spaces for several years now has been fintech. Basically, VC's and entrepreneurs woke up like five or six years ago, and they were like, you know, we've had a good run with these ads, supported businesses like chat apps and social networks, but advertising is only a small percentage of the overall economy. What's an actual meaningful part of the economy? Well, healthcare and finance, of course, finance. That's where the money's at thus fintech companies trying to disrupt Wall Street and banking and investment, much like betterment. So I swear this as one hundred percent of coincidence. But the first story. I wanted to share was a long piece in fortune magazine called fintech, frenzy hype, or reality, which takes a deeper dive into the fintech startup scene. If you're not familiar with the space, get educated as the peace notes. We saw five point, four billion invested in fintech startups in just the first quarter of this year for perspective, fintech investment for all of two thousand fourteen was just under four billion dollars. So that's five x growth and for years in two thousand one per data from venture scanner, it was something like three hundred million. Next, this is a long read that's on the shorter side, but it really spoke to me not to get all old man waves at y'all. But when I was a kid, we had one family computer. It lived in the den or in a corner of the living room or in the kitchen. And we all used it mama. Papa brother sister, the verge has a cool little piece up waxing nostalgic for those days for the days of the shared family desktop and how as it says, it's sort of protected us from our own worst selves quote, depending on when you peaked into the room, you might have found my dad playing solitaire. My sister downloading songs from Napster or me playing, we'll of fortune or writing my name in Microsoft paint. The rules for using the family desktop where pretty simple homework Trump games, dad, trumped all like the other shared equipment in our house. Its usefulness was focused and direct. It was a tool that the whole family used and it was our portal to the wild weird, wonderful internet as such. We adored it and quote, as Katie read, says in the piece, a lot of digital anxieties that we have today weren't possible back when you had to share your computing real estate and time familial boundaries actually made it easy to maintain healthy usage habits and a healthy relationship with tech worth thinking about next. This may be a bit controversial, but that's why picked it. The lean startup has been an entrepreneur bible for the last decade or so. But over in courts, Louis Perez Brava says, it's overrated phrases like minimum viable product and fell forward were popularized by that book. But Peres Brava says that such notions have been worshipped to the point of stale orthodoxy quote, the lean startup ideology has shown a lot of confusion in cohort after cohort of my MIT students for a decade. The recipes have all the right sounding words and slogans. They seem to make so much sense. So how could they not work. But if lean startup works at all, it's only in hindsight when the complexity of the story makes it easier to forget what went into success. In addition to a fail fast mentality, Airbnb had a fundraising operation that attracted four point. Four billion in fourteen rounds over ten years and an internal hedge fund that yielded a thirty percent return on the side. It makes for a beautiful lean startup story only if you ignore all that and quote. Now I believe Mr Perez Brava has a book of his own to peddle so he might have a vested interest in poking holes in the lean startup. But hey, secret cows need poking from time to time finally to pieces from wired. I the interesting story of the radio spectrum that is being taken over by the telecom companies. It's the six hundred megahertz band. Currently, a lot of things use that ban specifically most wireless microphones. If you use a wireless mic on the six hundred megahertz band, you'll have until.
"brava" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"The first time we were declaring our formal independence from india and i feel like this is simply that relic and winning or adema john adams i'm not impressed adams had delusions of grandeur all the time he probably said that he said it'll be celebrated it great fest commemorated what those dudes talk men they said like grandiose things all the time like that's what they did it he said pomp and brava shows games sports guns bells bonfires eliminations does that mean fireworks from one end of the continent the other forevermore i mean this guy called that's your cell they talked back then two boisterous or two that's like rain boots who went to the i like legit thanksgiving now and we're like raping and pillaging but like the second one like man people are really going to like to get together and have a nice meal together we'll know shit dude that's why golden corral too you guys are really raining on my fourth of july parade all right last one yeah okay let's let me do the last one here how many of the signers of the declaration of independence were born in the united states jesus that's crap shoot none of them no no there's definitely some because there was one due to sign to who's like only twenty eight so it's possible that he was there of the fifty six people who signed it i'm going to say twelve say hi i'm gonna say forty no see here's why i don't think it's higher because i think i would suspect that it was all these people who have bad england was if you didn't know anything different than america why would you be so riled up well the political landscape right now like i asked my mom why she thinks that they need to build a wall and mexico and she's like well because they're taking my job like name one person that you know that they've she hears it all the time so she takes it back well i think i'm doing a little map here i believe forty eight forty eight of the signers were from the us so born in the us that's a lot higher than i shot outside a lot nailed it and you know a super list lady i just gotta read this one thing did you know that the very original declaration of independence is myth is like no one knows the the it's a copy that's in the yeah the library of congress so maybe national treasure is true maybe we should go hunting for treasure something we ended up that'd be a good episode and if we get maybe we can get our next guest to fight them because he's an ma star let's go to that yes let's go to that interview let's deal so we have kyle stewart a marine corps veteran and m a bad.
"brava" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM
"Drop passes kevin white was injured again i mean it's the same old song and dance i like the move to go out and get ellen robinson and bring him in here while i tell you they are making moves their their stuff that i know you talked about all season about getting some quality receivers to do something i still think there's still a lot more work to be done but it's a good start it's a it's an exciting start going to give a a chance for some receivers to change the game out there i don't know i still think there's still a lot more work to do but it's exciting that they did something it looks like mark sanchez are going to be on the way out now that the with guy to bring it in isla isla brava from an end and that looks like sanchez's thicket outta here which is okay by me i got no problem with that i never really i don't even start again i don't think sanchez game i know he's backing up lenin what happened to that whole scenario so no it's okay i mean there's there's still work to be done a lot of free agents frenzy altogether i mean the jets went crazy the the packers up north they did some moves themselves dull there's a lot of new faces that's going to be around the nfl and we'll see what's going on for this year we'll see what happens when they announced ticket sales still see if people are going to somewhat protest they are what what happened last year and nfl still has a lot of things to.
"brava" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"So we have this digital series called after hours where host carry keegan goes around with differ 'brava liberties till i go out on the town with them at night do some fun stuff in this particular episode she's hanging out with the one and only kelly done christmas tree shopping and then also like on the town with a gal pals yeah and a lot of fun information sprinkled in there yes so it's kind of like up video rights so like you could to learn a lot to as you watch it for example did you know axel rose is an anagram for oral sex i didn't i didn't understand so i wrote it out i was like i'm not seeing it and then it was like oh anagram yeah i forgot that minutes a jumbled uh fun why do we learn about axel rose when kelly dodds drinking with her friends i think he comes out well naturally in conversation i got invited gene are concerts ooh seventeen hours long right we're comfortable shoes well i'm going to be what the short guy so i am going to word of mouth does he have good taken we'll see well we didn't have good tickets to guard earth isn't has gone what's great about the episode is we get to see kelly's new house which is actually just four doors down from her house that she had with michael right i was so confusing the episode i was like i know that view like i recognize it from kelly's apartments and she's that i'm only four doors down from my old places like that makes sense it looks the same right the inside to me is very different which means lake i i just think it's interesting because couples have to find their style together and clearly her style without michel's very different yes a little more eclectic a little more laiki quirky yes for sure but she built her own closet she's like cut the living room and half to build herself a closet shows like that's brilliant yeah i also wanted to know that if you watch in the background of her closet you constantly see that degree that i feel like we hear about a law rachel house of orange county silica out for that yeah and he shows a check it out because you deci.
"brava" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"So that no one can fact check and no one can counter argue because it's just you and you and you and you get a private messaging instead of having a debate and public space that i find to be a challenge for all of us how to renew our democracy so it remains a thing that takes place in public because that's actually when you think about it a real challenge the internet as it currently exists because basically the internet is a proper space where on facebook 'brava company google private company twitter other things owned by facebook what does this other public internet even look like well i i don't know because if if i knew i would make it is one part of it that they're all private companies bought they've been broken up and they much smaller well i don't i don't think it's the size that's the problem in itself it is how sizes being is being used and for instance for me the google case is also about who is to make the choice because if you see this combination of promoting yourself and demoting others so if you want to compare prices well what you find is google shopping comparison who can shopping you have to go to page four on average in your search results if you want to find another price comparison service have any of you ever been to pay foreign you such results yes i would like to meet you.