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As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President
"Today to demand the impeachment of the president. A BCS Claire Bauer reports from Rio de Janeiro as Brazil marked half a million lives lost to Covid 19. Thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country Saturday, blaming President Bolsonaro is handling of the pandemic for the devastating death toll. By demonstrators held signs with the names of loved ones lost. One sign reading. Who do you call when the president kills your dad? Others demanded more vaccines to date only 11% of Brazilian fully vaccinated, and health officials warn the country could be on the cusp of a third wave. Player Power. ABC NEWS Ready JANEIRO,
Largest Meat Producer Getting Back Online After Cyberattack
"The world's biggest meat processor says it has resumed in most production after a weekend ransomware attack J. B. S. as expected the vast majority of its plants to operate today the Brazilian companies America's second biggest producer of beef pork and chicken and the attack was the second in a month on critical U. S. infrastructure after hackers shut down the nation's biggest fuel pipeline they went after gas and they went after hot dogs no one is out of bounds here experts like former U. S. cybersecurity chief Chris Krebs on NBC's today show warned the attack expose vulnerabilities that private companies must address at the White House this attack is a reminder spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it's on the private sector to harden defenses given a growing threat Sager mag ani Washington
Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time
"Hello Castroneves grabbed the lead with two laps to go and raced his way into Indianapolis five hundred history it was win number four for the Brazilian driver who finished ahead of Alex palu Castroneves joins AJ Foyt Rick Mears and al Unser senior as the only four time Indianapolis winners the forty six year old Castro Nevis racing for the twenty first time in Indianapolis averaged a hundred ninety miles per hour the fastest five hundred ever with one hundred thirty five thousand spectators on hand Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Interview With Eduardo Viola, Political Scientist and Professor
"Hello and welcome to common home conversations. Today we're joined by eduardo. Viola political scientist and professor of international relations. At the university of brasilia. Thank you so much for joining us today. be with you. So you're professor at the university of brasilia a senior researcher of the brazilian council for research. You're also the chair of the brazilian research network on the international system and the anthrax vaccine climate change. He tells more about these experiences and the focus of your current research. Okay well. I have a very long career as proficient of in domestic relations. My full suffering Always but at least in the last thirty five years being am vitamin d issues both in brazil and international on the resilient forty in vitamin that policy so i am the national relations with focusing in vitamin on climate change but an energy transition and so mighty sandwich beam over the years focusing brazil and south america but also following on starting by egli the project automations climate policies of major players and states european union japan russia china india. But i see and right. Now i on a loading board with in specifically About the south. American the governors of climate baio diversity in the pan amazonian not a celia massoni code amazon and comparing politics both Sparking reliever sealed bid or devia. And
"brazilian" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Wearing pants. And not wearing pants. Or the open schrodinger pants or that. My fly is open. Things are just different down there anyway. Lesson learned. I need to nunciate more. When i'm asked the accidental brazilian. I'm pretty sure we just got a title although ag will make back call. We can do that. Because i don't have like any high profile guests to come like going to like it's like heavy metal vomit party featuring andrew mccabe. I'm like i'm sorry. Andrew accidental brazilian. Yeah it's breezy isn't it. it's a little. It's a little breezy lopsided. Yeah you didn't you don't stop them. You know you just kinda. Let them finish right. Because you don't know where they started where they end up and it's funny because my first band out of a out of the navy because i was in band highschool ship but my first band i was in was called crooked bush for that very reason so crooked composed so yeah well welcome. You're your axed waxed and raiding party. Yeah hit that beach enjoy it. Yeah and try that. Try the next time. Do go go off goal in. Just make sure she goes the bum. Last clean. dirty people cleaned it deputy. They don't reuse the wax via a great. It's one of the best bits. I wanted to sykes. Oh my god. She's so wonderful. You have not heard her bit though about waxing. Google it on the sykes Brazilian wax sodium funny. I was crying. I will i will and i have a confession to and i don't know how this happened because i am on the internet a lot. I see a lot on the internet. But yesterday was the first time i had ever seen tom holland. Doing the singing in the rain and umbrella up on lip sync battle. I had never seen it before. I hadn't either and it was only five. I i don't know shawny. I don't know who's twitter. Feed that issues. Like i'm not sure. If i want to be him or do him which was amazing shahnameh. Yes she says. Happy fourth anniversary of tom holland. Making me want to both do him and be him. But i had never seen this before. Apparently also if you haven't seen it before it's on my twitter feed at militia wrote on may eighth watch it and there is a rule there is a a just a known unwritten. Rule that whenever you see this pop up in your time line you actually have to share it. That is apparently the rue. I've learned that. I've learned a lot since i saw since i've seen this a video but and then i read a whole thing about how they made it and it's absolutely just an performance and i just want to tell everyone. I'm sorry that i had never seen that before. And i don't know how that happened anyway. Anything before we get out of here dana. No i am. We made it through monday. When you're listening to this. it's monday. We made it through the day. My goodness they're li super sorry. Everybody thanks for loving of. There's a couple of bloopers will leave in and just imagine all the ones that were taken out. Just just imagine. I did too but thank you everybody until tomorrow we will see you and yeah until then please take care of yourself which other to care the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been ag in. I've been digi and.
"brazilian" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"To say shit fire only she always seems to be quoting someone's thicker southern accent so i spent years thinking it might be shit fair. It's still my top of mind. Version pod tax. Andrew present sees me presents her sparkle puppies. The fair-haired is doodle bug and his dark-haired sister is darla thinking what the much. Oh we've got cocker's poodles cocker's and maltese and a maltese for sure. So poodle cocker martinez maltese. But depending on where you check the other toy poodle shitsu or one of each so. I liked to that. I live with a malted. shit ball. Alaron that's lovely shit far short shit fire. What's the what's the closer. Oh and save the matches shit far and save the matches. Love it next up from pronouns. This is sarah great and unexpected news. Coming out of utah where their supreme court affirmed the right of transgender non binary gender non conforming individuals to change their gender markers on their birth certificates. This week utah. This was the longest sitting case on utah. Supreme court docket a friend. It's husband works hard on this. A wonderful victory in an onslaught of damaging and discriminatory proposals nationwide however small utah. And we do have to celebrate the small victories. Yep it's actually surprising. I mean the church is very very powerful in that state but it's also has very large. Lgbtq population in. It's nice to know that they are starting to affirmative trans community there. Non binary community absolutely While we're talking about it. I said at the top of our happy mother's day and i know that you know there's a lot of parents out there that don't identify as mother or father and their parents. So however you want to celebrate that. I'm wishing you a good day On sunday if you did celebrate either of you yeah. I'm kind of thinking we should make mother's day happy with parent one day and father's happy today but you know there's also families that have more than that so i mean just parents day. Yeah maybe parents. I just wanted to correct myself before wrote in because is inclusive inclusive as i am. Sometimes i still get caught up in the verbiage. If it's the country in the holidays so standing up we've got anonymous pronouns. She and her. This is more of a coming out of quarantine confession. So we're going to the beach in a few days and it's been a minute since we've been anywhere i'd admit that during quarantine i let things go a bit but it was time to get back to basics in an order to go to the beach. I needed to get whacked. I already loved the human being. I've always been an all natural woman. I've just been getting just a bikini wax. Just the sides and the top bet. And but i've never gone in for a brazilian before until today the day of the accidental brazilian. Fill another honoree coming up for the wedding. all right. the person i normally go to has an opened her salon space yet so i walked into a nail salon. I've gone to before. Because i knew they did waxing. Well all i can think that happened. Was i said keeney. Not brazilian and through my mask. The petition heard bikini. No brazilian she started working away. There was a lot to be done even just for bikini wax. And i sort of zoned out all of the sudden. I thought wait. I don't think i've had wax all the way there before. What's going on now. Since waxing is one of those things where i think about anything but the task at hand. I hadn't really been paying attention to wear. She'd already been so. I decided i didn't stop. So i decided. I didn't wanna stopper lest i end up lopsided so i let her continue on and on and on and on and on until she asked if i wanted my butt done and i said no all in all. It's not bad. Just more breezy than i'm used to. I feel like i'm both wearing pants. And not wearing.
"brazilian" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"We hit the notes hot notes new shows new show. It's what we do i up. The lead story is about the new attorney general living up to his words about holding those who violate people's civil rights accountable. A federal grand jury has indicted derek chauvin and the three other former molin. Minneapolis police officers for violating the civil rights of george floyd. That's the man who was videotaped Being murdered last may during arrest and sparked nationwide protests and demands for reform in police departments chauvin separately was charged in another federal indictment with violating the civil rights of a fourteen year old minneapolis boy during september. Twenty seventeen arrests by holding the boy by the neck hitting him multiple times in the head with a flashlight without legal justification and put his two. Yeah and new criminal charges. These are new they were. They were revealed friday. They come nearly three weeks after chauvin was convicted of murder and manslaughter. In the death of george floyd in three months before the other ex officers due to face another state trial for his death. And it's going to be the same prosecution team for the other three officers as well. The federal indictment accuses chauvin who held his knee on around the neck of a handcuffed. And prone george floyd for more than nine minutes and they're accusing him of killing the forty six year old violating his rights to be protected from the use of unreasonable force by police officer. It also accuses to chauvin fellow cops of willfully failing to intervene to stop chauvin from using unreasonable force. That's a failure to the lead. To floyd staff. All three x officers along with the fourth thomas lane or accused of leading floyd die by willfully failing to aid him when they saw floyd lying on the ground in need of medical care in the separate federal indictment related to arrest the fourteen year old chauvin likewise accused of holding his knee on the neck and upper back of the boy even after the teen was lying. Prone handcuffed and unresistant. Well i am glad this sob and as of right now. It looks like he's going to be going away for a very long time. And that justice in that in that moment that they had the right the right verdict so that is nice to see all right our next story in a move set up update the definition of a firearm for the first time since nineteen sixty eight. The justice department proposed rule on friday aiming to patch. What has become known as quote the ghost gun loophole. Now here's the quote. We're committed to taking common sense steps to address the epidemic of gun violence that takes the lives of too many people in our communities that is from our new merrick garland he wrote in a statement criminals and others barred from owning. A gun. should not be able to exploited loophole to evade background checks in to escape detention by law. Enforcement my my response to that is no shit. I'm glad we're finally taking care of the announcement. Advances a longstanding policy objective of our president biden. Who explained that. The ghost gun phenomenon during his first speech before a joint session to congress now expanding a biden's executive order to curb these weapons. The justice department's proposed rule seeks to combat it by updating the definition of a firearm to keep pace with technology. Thank god words and phrases like firearm gunsmith. Complete weapon complete muffler or silencer device privately made firearm or a pf firearm frame or receiver a framer receiver get in. They get a definitional update which they've needed for years because our guns are unfortunately advancing rapid rate now. The public will have ninety days to submit comments on on the proposed rule. From the moment it is enter on the federal register. So that obviously is not just going to happen This is going to be a process but it's nice to see that even small steps are being taken right now to fix this. Yeah and you know this is just now. We're going to cover this a little bit more Tomorrow but this is just coming out right now from the associated press. There has been a a mass shooting sunday today. Mother's day Six people are dead and seven if you include the gunman this was in colorado. It was at a birthday party. Some one of six of the people who were shot were adults. They were shot in front of their children. She's and it it. The the gunman apparently is an ex boyfriend of one of the shooting victims. So if you know. I the first thing i think of is if this gunman got his gun through the boyfriend loophole because you know there are many places. They'll have to do more research on this. We'll go into it more tomorrow but there are there are places where even if you are a domestic violence felon. You are still able to to buy a firearm. If you know if you're because if you have a spouse it's different if you're than if you just your boyfriend so you know we'll see if if this person was a domestic violence abuser You know if it was if it was her husband's take his guns away do that with an abusive a lot of places so needs to be fixed. It needs to be fixed. Yeah we'll go more on that story. Thank you edgy. And from pete williams at nbc news. Four months after january sixth riot at the capital f. b. i. agents maintain a steady pace of arresting people. It's one of the largest criminal investigations in american history and it's just getting bigger quote. Were not done rounding up the worst of the worst said one law enforcement official. And we're not slowing down more than four hundred and forty people have been charged so far coming from all but six states nobody from mississippi the dakotas rhode island vermont or wyoming. Were there the largest number came from texas pennsylvania and florida in that order. Now men outnumber the women according to those arrested by seven to one with an average age of thirty nine.
At Least 25 Dead During Brazilian Police Raid in Rio
"On drug raid in the residential section of Rio de Janeiro turned into a gunfight today, resulting in at least 25 deaths. Authorities say several suspected drug traffickers were arrested, but none Were among the fatalities. It's being called the deadliest police operation in Rio in 16
Thailand's 3rd Wave Wreaks Havoc Across the Country
"Is on the edge. With the third way the covert 19 spreading rapidly. The country had almost eradicated the virus for the second time when a cluster emerged this month in Bangkok's infamous nightclub district. More than 1000 choices now being reported every day, which isn't a lot compared with countries like India, but this new way of his health authorities concerned for other reasons. Southeast Asia correspondent Brazilian forward reports The streets are unusually quiet. People work from home schools, a shot. Restaurants and shops have reduced hours. Movement around the country is restricted on all bars are closed. This is life during Thailand's third and most serious wave of covert 19. This time, it's the highly infectious UK variant and it's spreading fast. Many people had effect with it even many off. My friend has been effect with that. Some off them has been hospitalized already so scary for me. Because it's everywhere. The outbreak began in Bangkok's nightclubs and has now reached every province. Many hospitals are almost full, and some have stopped testing because they've got no bids for new cases. Health authorities announced. Scrambling to build field hospitals use existing hotel quarantine rooms and moved asymptomatic patients home Hopefully within the next few days, one or two days. We can clear those back lock off infected patients. We still at home, so everybody's working very fast in order to taking care off being in the infected person, Dr. Tan Iraq play Pat is the director general of the Ministry of Public Health, he says with the widespread rollout of the vaccine, not starting until June. Thailand needs to get on top of this new wave Now, hopefully he would see that the situation would be under control in the next few few days or weeks. But if not, I believe that the cover is willing to apply mosque ringtone intervention tie. Red Cross workers have been on the ground through all three outbreaks. Program coordinator. Hunan U. N. Says people should be optimistic from my experience and from my belief that with the current situation and the current restriction measures in place the country would be able to succeed in bringing down the number off new cases. In coming days or weeks. A population of 70 million people will be hoping he's right. This is Miss Zoe forward in Bangkok reporting for a M in
"There's so many different treatments on the market that we hear about. There's brazilian blowout. There's karen there is all plexus. We're going to have them on in two weeks. But like i think sometimes it's like They all are like doing something with the hair. And we see the picture where the hair looks like an angry So the shaft is angry and then it smooth and its moods Out of the category. And we're for that episode to air in in whenever it does because carlton smoothing treatments are in a category of their own. I won't tell you that they are all different they all Slightly shift your curl pattern whether have frizz curl tank or wave. That's all going to be affected a little bit. A lot of it all depends on how long process it in how how deep in your stylus goes in. you can talk to your stylist. About how straight you want your hair for a little bit of body or if you just want that for his to be gone and still keep your curl. All of those options are available for you today. Where before we just had straight right now we have everything in between right. The number one thing that i would share with you is do not do this on a groupon. We say this all the time about beauty treatments. This is another one because you never know what they're mixing in the back they could tell you one thing and then do the
Worldwide COVID-19 Death Toll Tops a Staggering 3 Million
"The world has reached another peak threshold is the global death toll from corona virus according to Johns Hopkins University has now hit three million in Brazil deaths are as high as about three thousand a day accounting for one quarter of the lives lost worldwide in recent weeks Brazilian pastor Jorge de Silva says cope it has taken over Brazil now we don't talk anymore about Katherine Eberhart programs now you need to know about okay did if the plague of nation the whole world this topic could the situation is similarly dire in India what cases spiked in February of two weeks of steady decline taking the thirties by surprise ambulances rushed through New Delhi as India's capital in an attempt to slow rising rates of coronavirus cases in a service driven by variants of the virus Asia so as a hundred and eighty thousand new infections in one twenty four hour span during this week bringing the total number of cases at the thirteen point nine million nine Karen Thomas
BBC Investigation Finds 1300 Infants Died of COVID-19 in Brazil
"Let's move on to the country with a third highest number of cases brazil. There was a new bbc investigation. That found thirteen hundred. Babies have died from the virus. There paul can you tell us why this is happening. Because evidence so far i thought had told us that babies were unlikely to die from covid. Nineteen yea i think what people are beginning to realize. This is probably more to do with the fact that the brazilian healthcare system is collapsing. The necessarily that the virus of the various they have there are particularly bad. And they obviously they are particularly. But it's a bit like people in the developing world in very poor parts of developing world will die of diarrhea in a way that no one in the western world would do and the situation in brazil is. They have a lack of oxygen. So you'll having small children often very poor communities who don't have access to the basic healthcare that would keep a child alive in the west so you know they're doing a lot of resources trying to work out whether the variants they have in brazil having a was impact on on children. But i think what we're probably looking at is it's the healthcare system that's compounding this problem and if these babies had been born anywhere else in the world they would have had a better chance of survival.
Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US
"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to
Brazil's ICUs have more young patients than old
"Experts say most of the Brazilians in intensive care for covert are under 40. They believe this may be owing to greater exposure to the virus Aunt to lower rates of
South African, Brazilian coronavirus variants land in Los Angeles
"African and Brazilian variants of covert 19 have been identified in Los Angeles, so they have been found here. About 70 specimens were studied randomly by department of Public Health 64% of them were found to be the B. I think it's to be 117. Which is the British variant and 20% were of the California variant because we got to do it our own way. Here's the thing very instant. If we have our numbers are low enough. Those variants don't matter, And it doesn't have to be the giant boogie man that everybody thinks it's going to be.
Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths
"Brazil's covid. Nineteen ordeal is deeply concerning the un health agency settled friday in an appeal for greater vigilance and new measures to prevent transmission of the virus. Dr margaret harris from the world health organization. Who told journalists. In geneva that the latin american country needed more government support urgently brazilians. Spain suffering terrible losses but the message is again the public health social measures work. You have to apply them now. It is very difficult for people who are living in crowded conditions so they need the support as needed to support at every level to to avoid the crowding avoid the close contact to everyone who is potentially infected needs to be identified says that they can be removed from the healthy the who spokesperson also called for much greater testing for infection. Before repeating the agency's call to follow the example of countries that had ruled out national vaccination programmes averting large numbers of deaths today to brazil has seen the second highest death toll from the corona virus after the united states. More than three hundred and forty thousand deaths latest vaccine data from the. Who shows that. The country has dispensed nearly twenty million sits but the world faces a serious shortfall of vaccines which has left many countries waiting to begin their inoculation campaigns. Talk to harris said
Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem
"In this episode. We're taking you inside one home in brazil where disinformation about. Feminism tested. the bond between a father and a daughter brazilian journalist giovanni fleck explains how women's rights have been attacked by fake news in brazil. I think one of the most disturbing things i've ever heard say was from this tape. Back in two thousand and three back then was another a congressman. He in congress when they in brasilia the capital in boston. I got into an argument with a congresswoman named maria. jose. You about brazil's past military dictatorships both scenarios fond of military power and jose against data ships. But it got personal and she called him a rapist and he just called her beach writing front of the media after that personality didn't back down from her he her again and said i'm not going to rape you because we're not worth auditory visual in brazil. We call this sort of behaviour by man machismo. There's no english equivalent for my cheese. Mill it is idea of hyper masculinity that dictates what a man and a society are supposed to be it is everywhere and it's made a lot of people believe that men are superior to women. Bolsonaro has been in politics the eighties before a long time. He was on the french this moment. Back in two thousand and three. When bolzano called jose you on national tv. This is more people started listening.
Brazilian And South African Covid-19 Variants Detected In Los Angeles
"Cases being reported not only county is holding study, but the county is Seymour sickness is caused by covert variants. Public health officials this week confirmed the first case of the South African strain and the first three local infections involving the Brazilian mutation. That's according to L, a county's public health director, Barbara for rare CDC is classified. The South Africa and Brazil variance as variants of concern because they're potentially associated with increased transmissibility and reduce susceptibility to certain therapeutics. Pereira says there are probably many more cases of the variance President the county and that's in addition to growing numbers of the UK and California strains Track five public health officials. 84% of the variants sequences past week are variants of concern with the probability of increased transmission, transmissibility and even more disease, more severe disease. There is some good news on the very in front, though the vaccines seem to work very well against the California strains, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The only times reports those variants accounted for more than a half of all new infections the state between late February and mid March.
COVID-19 outbreak pauses Vancouver Canucks' season
"Elliott firstly before we do anything on this podcast. Let's just all send our best to everyone in the vancouver canucks organization. Everybody around the nhl feels awful at what the vancouver canucks are going through right now and elliott as we tape this podcast record this podcast On a sunday evening. What is the very latest with this ongoing situation. Well look the covert list expanded again. On sunday night sixteen players listed on it. And you know we should mention that just because you're on it doesn't mean you have it but one of the things that the nhl has basically assumed here is that it's going to go through everyone and even if it doesn't and you hope it doesn't you automatically assume it does and that's the way they look at it when it was going through dallas. That's the way they looked at it. When was going through buffalo. And you know there's been some debate about white symptoms. That players did or didn't have. I'm not getting into that. I think that's crazy. I think that what we have here is that we know it's the variant The brazilian variant. We know there's a player jas horlock who had covert originally last march and now has it again. So there's a lot of things to be concerned about here. We know that not everybody had symptoms. We know that some had symptoms more severe than others and that the ones who did have the severe symptoms. Unfortunately they went through an awful lot. Like basically what i've heard. Is that the roughest outbreak in terms. Of what the players went through generally considered to be buffalo's i think for those players who did have symptoms. This one has been considered rougher than that
The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis
"The virus is killing more people each day in Brazil than it is anywhere else. And now this week political battle erupted pitting the president gyre Belson Aro against his closest ally, the military. NPR's Philip Reeves has more It was shy. ABORTION. AUTOS BIRTHDAY The other day, he turned 66 Boston out to mark the occasion by coming out of the presidential palace. Lambasting mayors and governors who trying to keep Brazilians off the streets by imposing pandemic restrictions. Thies tyrants are hindering your freedom. Also, now don't tells his supporters you can count on the army to defend your rights. Both tomorrow has a habit of talking about bristles army like this, says Eagle Gill of editor at large at Foley, a newspaper All the terms of all so I was really, really weak. He resorted to the military guys. Sometimes Paulson Arrow even uses the term my army says Kill. Off my army. Come on. It's not the Army's Brazilian army's. Most of that is irony. So it is very, very annoying to them. On Monday, both scenarios suddenly fired his defense minister, apparently because the minister believed Brazil's armed forces should stay out of politics. The next day, the Chiefs of all three services, Army, Navy and Air Force decided to quit in protest that sent a message to the president, says Octavio Amalie, Netto. Professor of political science that they should Tullio Vargas Foundation in Real ish Nero. They made it clear that he is not gonna further politicize the institutional Armored forces. Both tomorrow is NAMI captain from the far right. He was elected with huge support from Brazil's military. Generals hold key government positions. Nettle thinks they've become too close to the Boston Auto Administration. They made a big mistake. They let themselves be associate it with the government. And they benefited
The Latest: Michigan reports coronavirus variant from Brazil
"There's some worrisome news from the nation's latest covert hot spot Michigan has had the nation's highest infection rate in the past week now the state is confirming its first case of a variant identified in Brazil it was found in a resident of bay county where health officials are investigating the person's exposure history the state health department says the Brazilian variant is considered more contagious than other strains variance first identified in Britain and South Africa have also shown up there Michigan's health director is urging residents to do what works to slow the spread of the virus wear masks socially distance avoid crowds wash hands and get back the needed everyone in the state will be eligible starting Monday I'm Ben Thomas
"brazilian" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"brazilian" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"To at least. I would say probably at least ten protests that are. Directly related to anti-black police violence and black genocide. I can't say that these. The I can't say that. Many of these protests have been massive like I've never seen in in the last five years. I've been in Brazil. I've never seen a protests on behalf of someone WHO's. been murdered. Larger than five thousand blitz, they happen. They happen all the time. Another form of protests within the community is actually innocent happens especially when. People feel that someone who was innocent was killed. oftentimes, people in the community will burn buses. To, kind of bring like. A visual attention to that community, and this actually recently happened in Sao Paulo two weeks ago. There was a young black man I think he was eighteen years old who? security cameras caught him talking to an off duty police officer and had some interaction, and he disappeared and two days later. People were they were able to locate his body so after that the community. Protested by actually starting. Fires? I of actual businesses or etc, but starting fires with the community to bring attention to what was going on also a lot of times. You'll see see artwork in especially in places like so. Paulo Salvador in. Embryo Mighty Franken. Who is a council woman who was? was assassinated. By people directly connected to the police. she was assassinated two years ago and one of her platforms was fighting against this genocide. If you go to go to Rio digital today, you actually see image. whether it's A. Huge murals and colors, or just like small tiny images of her on on walls, you will see her image across. The city because it's very unlikely that the city will will build. Up Statue in her honor, our build a bust in her hunter, so people have other ways kind of honoring the people who have been lost through this genocide. Listening I add is This is something that's. That's new because. Brazil is actually in the middle of three crisis crisis right now. There's the coronavirus pandemic. Is Ongoing police violence, the police are actually using this pandemic and the social isolation to to in-baik release and kill even more people in the normal, and there's actually a democracy crisis for example President Jacob Job Jar auto has threatened to shut down Congress and even shut down Supreme Court because of corruption investigations that his family is facing. So, what's happening is that. What I'm actually seeing. People the Black woman, especially the coalition. Negative for details. Black Hurry and coalition for rights. I'm seeing. People within the Black Movement unite. With people in the Pro Democracy Movement to include in these pro democracy protests anti-racism protests. So, if inside Paulo on a on a Sunday for the last four, Sundays there have been pro pro democracy. Slash anti-racism protest. In so, this is actually something that. I'm not sure if this is happening in the US, but. Some of the people have talked to in Brazil they. The one of the things that keep on saying is that you can't have a democracy without when you're embracing racism like her. Pro. Democracy has to. A democracy has to be anti races and so. I've yet to figure out if these if the combination of these two protest movement is successful, but I think it's actually very unique in the way, they are combining forces. You mentioned a little bit about the murder. The assassination rather the government connected assassination of councilwoman mightier, Franko and we know that there were huge protests they reported in the wake of that and Brazil has also been an international news for the high profile protest movement that Emily now movement. Me Talk about how all of these are related and also about how the pro democracy protests are related to that as well. Sure saw. About two years ago on March fourteenth, Mighty Franken was a black. Queer councilwoman, the only black. In Rio de Janeiro at the time, she she was assassinated coming from a an event that focused on. Black woman. And one of her. She was very well known Vela communities because she one of her main platforms was actually trying to limit. The police violence that happened that happened in her her home, Favila community. She's from Cabello name money. As well as throughout throughout Rhodesia throughout, Brazil. and. When that happened! It was such a shock to us because. Why Franco represented this like hope for a lot of black woman in Brazil like she I mean she was this black woman who was on her way to huge things, and so just like her story is inspired so many people. And in addition she she was also very well very into very well connected with the leftist movement in Brazil and so once that happened. People were so. Upset and sad that there were protests in Rio de Janeiro actually there were. Like. Nature White protests in Brazil and there were protests in Rio de Janeiro probably for at least two months, not probably every day, but every single. Week there were large protests. I think the largest may have attracted maybe ten thousand people. But there were artists events. There were panel discussions. People were really just trying to figure out. Why is happening in Brazil and connect connected to that? Is the Ellie now Ellie. Now protest so. In that same year was in two thousand eighteen was the presidential elections for Brazil and shortly probably about three months before the final elections There was a feminist movement that was pushing for people not to vote for. Giant giant Bill Sardi. It wasn't. I can't necessarily say it's just feminist, but it was largely backed by by woman, pushing for people not to vote for Jarboe storrow because. Of. Everything that fear would happen to Brazil I mean people fear that the country would actually In the brand Portuguese Essay Charter hotter. Sar Me like it would just go backwards in everything that people feared would happen which you know, people fear that. People fear that there will be increasing. Of the Amazon, that's happening. People fear that there will be increase police violence because Basically Bar Dotto, even though he's not necessarily changing laws, he hasn't changed lauber per se. Just? What the way he talks! He gives the green light for people to for example out the Amazon. He gives a green light for police to kill with impunity There's people feared. Fear just increase. Just. People feared that this country would just.
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"So. It's it's. It's a group that people need to know about. If there, there's one group just go to their website coalition. Neg Today Tos and click on all the groups that involve that are involved with this group and you will just learn about. Activism Black Activism and Brazil. You are tuned into the Latino media collective on W. W eighty nine point three FM in Washington and we're speaking with curate Yana Free Lynch. She is a freelance journalist based in Brazil She's compiled a very informative newsletter called. Does Brazil have a black lives matter movement, English language resources to help you understand Brazil's movement against black genocide. We are going to take a quick music. Break right here. We will be back with more in a minute. Stay tuned..
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"Usually I am behind the scenes as your engineer and today I'm filling in for your host Oscar Fernandez who is temporarily away from the show after his father's tragic and untimely passing due to Covid nineteen. Oscar will be back soon and in the meantime, Oscar, our hearts are in mourning with you during this terrible time. Today on the show, we put a spotlight on the movement against anti black violence in Brazil. In a country where the president is an open fascist and the police murder nearly seven times more people per capita than the United States to say that police murders of black people is a pandemic is almost an understatement. To shed some more light on this issue is curate Yana. Furlan a freelance journalist based in Brazil who has compiled a very informative newsletter called does Brazil have a black lives matter movement, English, language resources to help you understand Brazil's movement against black genocide. Thank you for being with US Today Carolina. Thanks so much. Very excited to kind of break down. What's going on in Brazil? Because everybody needs to know right now. So! I know. We're GONNA talk about police violence over the next forty five minutes, but before kind of delve into specifics I like to get everybody on the same page. Brazil in breakdown, some basic facts history that you have to know to understand. What we're GonNA talk about today. So I, some promos Brazil a country of two hundred million people in which fifty five percent identify as black or Brown, which corresponds to a lighter skinned. Race Person. and I know you're wondering why. How is it possible that Brazil can be fifty? Five percent black, well Brazil was actually the largest importer of enslaved Africans over the course of more than three hundred years. More than four million enslaved Africans from West Central, Africa arrived on its shores, and it was also the last country in the West who abolish slavery. It did so in eighteen eighty eight. And one in abolish slavery, and subsequently became a republic. There was no government to attempt to actually include blacks in society whether it be through education through housing through Employment Black Brazilians were simply left to fend for themselves. And around this time this is when we see for Bellas sprout around major cities for villas. Swab communities. That are created by people who are building their own houses and on communities without government support. and. A lot of the stuff that. I'm going to talk about as it relates to police. Violence in Brazil can be tied to those facts that I just listed about Brazil. So can you tell us a little about the state of police violence in Brazil? Can you characterize for our audience? While I'll I'll try to be brief, but there's a lot to say about it so. Police violence police harassment isn't to Brazil. It's brutal goes unpunished. It's getting worse and worse, and it's inherently anti-black. The Pool. People who suffer from police violence are almost always. Black Impor-. Black impoverished. Let me just give you some basic numbers and stats because I think it's best to start there, and then we can go from there. So in the first five months of twenty twenty realization Eto has already broken the record for murders by police within a five month period they've been seven hundred and forty four murders, and this is the most in twenty two years. Now Mind you. This is happening during a pen Dimic. Last year. There were almost six thousand murders compete committed by police throughout the entire country. in two thousand fifteen, there were three thousand and three hundred forty five, so obviously the shows that police violence is increasing. And at least eighty percent of these people are black. So for Brazilians and especially Brazilians. Who are activists? Many people call this genocide against black people, because so many people are dying every gear. that. Just to. To emphasize how horrible it is. They people call genocide. There are two things that I wanted to talk about that kind of really get to the heart of this violence. Since Brazil is A. Very mixed country, mixed race country, the lines between black and white are often very fuzzy like. Sometimes, you just don't know sometimes. It's possible that a person could be black in one part of the country and white in another part of their country, but in Brazil. There's common saying that the police always knows who is black. Mainly because the police targets black people, and in the second, saying that is, that is almost always repeated by government officials police, and even you know regular people in the street is. Monje, it'll mortal Ed Bongino bone that means a dead bug is a good book. So, we combine these two. Sayings and thoughts that means that black people in Brazil are suffering. At the hands of police. Police, violence. One thing that I wanted to kind of get at. I wanted to kind of describe like how police violence take place. The police violence almost always. Takes place infidel communities. which are the communities that have been in Brazil since the end of slavery? And impoverished suburban communities that people often referred to as the periphery in these communities are almost always majority black. And this is how the scene usually plays out. Obviously, you know it can vary, but usually what happens is. Brazil's police, which is actually referred to as military police will enter the community as if they're actually going into a war, so there have huge guns though have huge trucks that are bulletproof. In these cuny communities on operations. To clump. Operations targeting drug traffickers. The issue with this, is that usually every black man that they see enough Avello or suburban community is considered a drug trafficker trafficker. Regardless of if that person is actually involved in not so black men will die. During, an operation regardless of their involvement, and then when you have these shootouts, woman children. Residents will die from stray bullets. And police are only brought to court in the old, the most egregious offensive that we will call massacres and when there's proof, but in general they they enjoy impunity. And finally. I don't want to know that the stats do focus on you know young black men, being the target of violence like a young black men between the ages of fifteen and twenty nine is mainly the target. I. Don't think we can forget that. When violence like this happens in communities, mothers are affected. Wives are affected. Girlfriends are affected. The kids of these people are affected, so it really is a violence that. Affects the whole entire community. Can you talk about the recent murder of fourteen year old Drought Pedro and have recent protests been set up by this. How does it fit into the larger movement against police brutality toward black people in Brazil? So. John Petro Fourteen John Federal. And his murder is actually very typical. A police violence in Brazil and let me explain what happened to him. John batchelor lived in Fabella community that is pretty close to rotation, so it's actually a like a satellite impoverished at Lake City outside of Rio.
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"We're going from those late eighteen hundreds to the eighteen eighties against the eighteen seventies and eighties. So there was a judo master or our conor that helped develop Jitsu into judo. Because Jujitsu as as I said was a combat art some folks alerted for run on combat. But it just wasn't as popular right so he recognized that and change the art into what we know as judo in judo is I would say well more mainstream known it has been known known for longer than Jujitsu Brazilian Jujitsu. And it's interesting to me. One thing I talked to my wife about the other day and I'd love to hear your feedback. His I ju Jitsu practitioner so I feel like everyone knows about it because I read about it a lot. I go to it three or four four days a week. You know what I mean so ingrained in it so in my mind everyone knows about it but it's funny if there's jokes and memes about Jiu Jitsu people wanting to talk to about You know Jitsu when it's pretty true but most people don't know what it is. They have no idea. But if you're in this world if you're like I am like like we are as practitioners of of it. You feel like everyone knows about it. Probably because the folks that you hang out with or that you train with Ono about right so so connell changed you to Judah recognizes the need. It's more mainstream it can be. It can be kind of more sport. And so that's a huge change right so judo that hitting people with the planet. Kinda the thing where you're doing a lot of throws there's still some ground game in there but it's there's really big nice throws trips and take downs and it's pretty amazing. So that's that's a huge again process of change for the sport which is pretty awesome and so one of the great students that becomes one of his instructors as Mitsu Majeida so again if you are a follower Jujitsu ready history. You absolutely know the name's Connor and my editor right. This is the some of the first lineage. That is in most every Jujitsu history that I've read in a magazine or online or or anywhere and so my Ada is going to have a huge influence on the world that we love if you're presumed to do practitioner or if you like the UFC because he is going to go to Brazil in one thousand nine hundred twenty one in the nineteen twenties and again. There's there's some variation in these dates depending on what you look at. But nineteen twenty nine hundred. Twenty one is what I've seen. They're really and so made. It goes to Brazil and and we'll get into that whole lineage. That's kind of the big path there that will jump into but the other person I wanNA talk about is Yamashita Yoshiaki. Yamashita Yoshiaki is the one that went to America or was in the United States from nine hundred eighty three to nineteen o six and that quote I read earlier from Theodore Roosevelt's from early nineteen. Hundreds is because that's who taught taught Roosevelt so Yoshiaki had the opportunity to train Theodore Roosevelt's so the thought that Jujitsu wasn't as Popular Miller until the twenties and then the eighties and nineties and mainstream. Absolutely it was not but it's amazing that one of our US presidents was already already kinda plugged into Jitsu in the early nineteen hundreds and pretty awesome and hats off to him again because he's a rough it was rough and tumble Kinda guy says pretty go to hear about. Interestingly enough to the research there was a city of London police officer or sergeant named George wielding. Who had learned? Did you did you and I wasn't able to find where that was so again. If you all know where George wildman learn his Jiu Jitsu or decided to combine it with Cumberland in cornish wrestling so he helped develop the self defense in the prisoner handling in the armed combat for the city police in nineteen ninety six. So if you if you know about that please please let me know particularly on facebook when we post this or instagram or email people process progress at com would love to know that. But that's it's a huge huge thing too so it was going to Brazil to America and London. Jujitsu is getting out there right and again remember between the eighteen hundreds to you know these these early nineteen hundreds trade routes are open. We have a pretty good relationship actually with Japan. So we're getting a lot of exposure to this so the process of digital changing driven a lot by trade and by global expansion and you know different powers coming up and so pretty cool to look at how this proliferates how this knowledge spreads rides throughout the world. Still going down the road particularly for judo is in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Judo was I in the Olympics in judo again. If you see the folks that where it's called a g Most folks know it probably is a karate uniform but you know. It's it's Kinda Pajama looking with the belt. And we joke in Jujitsu about Pajama fighting too. So it's not really derogatory but just going down the path for judo sixty four in the Olympics and then women and that was only male judokas or judo practitioners and women than in one thousand nine hundred. That was the first time that women's judo. 'cause we're in the Olympics so that was pretty interesting. I think another term for the judo so so kind of develop judo from Jitsu from a need some folks some sources refer to the judo as Kana Jujitsu. Right so really. It's his name aim in particular stamped on Jujitsu and not necessarily completely changed the judo so kind of interesting take there. But again we've gone from the ancient grappling arts with a similar fighting sows in one article I read from Grapple Arts Dot Com and it was a bit of a different. I think name where they actually use a diamond plated knuckledusters fighting but also grappling in India in a very old art. There's a picture of someone doing what's what's almost exactly like a modern Oma plot and so so if you're not a Ju Jitsu practitioner. We just happen to not have that done to yet like I have or read about it. That's pretty much an armlock using your legs which which seems unfeasible but again. That's the Magic Jujitsu where people will get you positions or you see an think audisaintpaul so I would just do this or that and and you can't. It's amazing so that's kind of a cool connection that we've gone to the feudal Japan period that changes induced do for the same Ryan the public and then it was banned. And then now. We've got judo Kanji. Injury to a some folks were referred to the spread of that to Brazil and America and England so now let's move into the most well-known appeared in history and people and processes involved in the development of Brazilian Jujitsu so in the eighteen twenty s george gracie emigrated migrated from Scotland to Brazil. And so here's the Gracie name Gracie Jiu Jitsu the Gracie family is is four credited with bridges development. There are other families that also developed a Brazilian Jujitsu parts of it the Gracie's for sure by large attributed with with developing and spreading it. No go through and actually share lineage for the two schools. I've gone to kind of at the end of this too. Which is which is pretty awesome again? You should know where you where you come from a given sport or hobby or something like that. I think so. We'll touch on that as well. But so George Gracie comes from Scotland to Brazil nineteen twenties his son Gestalt Gracie is there is a businessman has a youngster name Carlos Gracie the the next big name that most folks know about in Brazil Circles and again different dates varied some things said nineteen. Fourteen sums had nine hundred twenty but essentially Carlos Gracie needed some how focusing his energy Gastau Gal Gracie had a relationship with Mitsui. Eat if you remember one thousand nine hundred eighty one came to Brazil said Hey. Can you teach this youngster. Some some Judaism's Jitsu and he agreed agreed and then it started right so that is kind of the major flagpole that was planted the major milestone in the process if you will to really develop and start start Brazilian Jujitsu. Probably I guess if we go back would be George gracie coming to Timonen Brazil from Scotland. And then being there when Mehta you know will happen to come through Brazil and they made that connection. which again you know? The process of networking which I'll touch on later and relationships seems to have worked out pretty well. For those that are practitioners and really the world who the sea so Carlos Gracie becomes very proficient starts teaching. There were nine brothers I think in the Gracie family and so he starts teaching his brothers. He has one younger brother named Healy. Oh or Leo Gracie and so. He was sickly. He was frail Tom. He was much thinner than his other brothers so he didn't get as much training and then Carlos recognized that was actually pretty proficient and a huge thing that he that helium did or did as he adapted it to fit his needs right so he looked at the process of Jujitsu as it existed and realize this benefits bigger stronger folks that can do strong movements and throws and things like that and said you know I needed to develop this for me. Because I'm not as the biggest strongest those folks and he did and just made amazing progress using leverage and I mean just technique which which can make a huge difference against people that are much bigger than you and so easier really refined it to Brazilian Jujitsu in that. A smaller person can use their technique and skills and smarts and toughness and endurance. Because all that goes together but really use that leverage and there's there's techniques to defeat a larger the person so he became the champion at this time to martial arts and wrestlers particularly called Valley Tudo which was actually kind of no holds Afar fighting this developing judo audit karate all these different things they would fight each other plus Brazil was pretty rough place and so you know he'll fight fought a lot. He was the families champion and then as he got older Carlson Gracie those nephew became very proficient and then he took up the mantle as the families champion so they actually had kind of champions that would do the challenges do the fights and so what Carlson contributed and what he looked at through this process and this was in the nineteen fifties was to add value to do elements. Right and add sport presenters. Help develop it so it wasn't just for are fighting. It wasn't just for combat. It was also sports Jitsu and if you look at Jujitsu today there's tournaments all over the place and in matches you can win by points. Which means I get all these different positions on you and you know if I hold them for three seconds they get points for whoever? Has the most points at the end wins. Or you can do submission which means I make you quit by choking choking you were making a joint go some way. It shouldn't so that sport Jiu Jitsu has really ramped up and there's huge tournaments and organizations and and we'll touch on that as well but the next big influence is Carlson younger brother Holes Gracie unrolls. RLS In so many believe that he was the greatest Gracie took over as the head instructor. Him Fixing racier. Kinda the two you know folks that folks put up to now Hajjah Gracie so we'll touch on on Hickson particular loser so holes Gracie as far as the development. The process of developing Jitsu became very good at it. Also realize you know what I need to mix in other other things which like anyone that tries to change a process. That's been going on for a while. Didn't get one hundred percent agreement right. Some folks folks thought not leave at pure as the Zuniga Jitsu we developed other folks believed in it and so what he did was look at Samba which is a Russian grappling style. It has very similar new locks and things and they actually have a sport combat sambo so That's a lot if you know a WHO could bieb Nurmamedov is he is the current. UFC lightweight champion that defeated Conor McGregor for the title and he came up as a combat combat sambo national champion so still alive today very popular sport optical in Russia again so in addition to Samba wrestling greco-roman wrestling Ling. And you'll see if you if you practice today or for your wrestler. It's a great base you'll see elements of wrestling and then of course judo. So there's they're still throws take downs On very very closely tied to traditional Juno so host Gracie saw that and recognize that he could make his game. Better be a better champion for the family and head instructor by pulling those in so he did so he. He considered the feedback from everybody looked at. Hey don't change it it's this Gracie.
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"A fly on the wall in the F. is to wonder what what goes on when they want to disqualify someone from the rice. Yeah he's coming up can we. Yeah we the very exactly what it's like. It's just a shame. They caught actually use the black flag to get people but those drivers who are not trying hard enough. This is the love if it was a one imagine I mean I mean he's really. Could you imagine rocket aid or he will imagine in a parallel universe. Rocket aid is I tame. Netflix is saying the crazy house. He got the audio was doctor. Thursday found him it. A Kati grace was also young. But imagine a hassle mango. Sean came back this just this crash seeds each other vegetables would say on the radio. BELIEVE IT I'm not convinced that doesn't talk like that exactly really liked that. I look forward to that could be owned by Alan John's anger in this jolly and he is so funny. It's completely over. The talk could on having you crack. Kevin good old-fashioned Z.. Crack Mercedes actually had a pretty average rice. It's got to be said other than technically was on the podium but he was off the pace as what the pace valter potus had essentially an engine fight. It was something to do with oil consumption wolf a wife or a whole if you will learn for one rice the absolutely absolutely shut the bid and they even admitted with with the safety. They are the first. I've got the second safety. Kelly brought Hamilton for new tires to light and they almost didn't resume the rice. He threw away. Second place would have just finished fourth without rising even whoever was in China's James also James Valves whoever was in charge these rights of the team in in total Lou. Say I was a dumb mistake. We made a dumb mistake. Don't often get that from Mercedes. Can we go away walks neutrals a TV show ashby on foxtel because obviously the TV Rod Soldo and just like we just have twenty four minutes wake of just dispersing teen radio clips with breath. We have youtube as crazy over the light that I think is what what about. That website streamed video stream something. Oh yeah one videos rocket. VR payback. Just look at the comments on the AD signs finish third and this was the two maiden podium get is in one rights. When was the last time that happened? Someone probably know. He's a big result for ninety signs. Considering this is finally it's hard to believe that he debuted pretty much same. Time is macro Sapin did equally. Well I'm willing to say not season more or less as for stopping and he's taken in quite a long route to getting these first podiums doesn't go first. We know Veasley but as we were saying before I podium for McLaren's it's twenty fourteen. The finally they starting to say this very Fairly specific circumstances but that project is starting to come good. We know they've confirmed now. Forth into constructors standings. Well Reynaud very good weekend for him. Yeah interesting with this whole new car. Can I had. I actually proven themselves that that can be trusted to stop doc again because it's almost well they it's rock the it's interesting for twenty twenty one the going back back to the Messiah spot the sheep. It's almost as if this Reynaud partnership has yielded so many good fortune and goodwill for them. It's almost like is it worth taking that risk Toddler Towel on on on that one. But it's just refreshing to say such a happy McLaren all over again in the postal Lonzo era It's almost like the shackles are off. It's it's like going to school at fire. Teaches of tend up now. Mr Alonso strikes here at all he's gone. Police turned up one day and I don't know why he's gone. He's he's gone. It is good news obviously for McLaren one thing I want to touch on though and this is something we haven't got solid answers to. We talked about it last week and obviously the week before in reference to the United States Grand Prix is we don't for he's been cheating we don't know because of course they were technical director of issues in the US about a few there was another one. He shooting Brazil to do with the conveniently Brca Pot exactly completely contested. Now it's on fire do constantly paces this weekend. They were quick on interstate laundering practice. Not so much not as much in qualifying. They were quickest in the speed trap during the race. The straight line speeds kind of there but we had a really interesting race in terms of engines this weekend because Honda was pretty much Mercedes was sort of. They actually a little bit of the pace for I was there about right now. It's hard to say because they know any good cars. But we've finally feels like this is the first time in a rights we've had this parody like genuine parody which is is what's been a long time coming up the you know what I just had a random thought all weekend. I just kept thinking poor up and commits a whole George Russell because I mean can you imagine being Williams at this at this point in their career effectively the minority of modern formula. One now of just like you there just to you there to make up the numbers I mean we say there were no crap taped formula one cars. Yes maybe maybe that's a better Diplomatic unused usual say Williams crept probably unfair but crept cat most certainly mhm imagine just turning up and just where do you find the motivation. Just to cut lapsing guy. I am literally rising my body. I then when you are not at as level not at our mayor's level you just you would literally running your own Reis against your teammate. And that's not fun. It's must must be absolutely miserable. I've been asking them looking for the end of the season. Of course they've been saying yes. Cuba's Formula One career. We'll probably finally be an end to the end of the room to be some kind of development deal with US may include some seat time but probably not a race contract. Apparently he's trying to angle for a seat in twenty twenty one but I can't see how likely likely that's going to be. It is very sad fun learning the Brazilian Grand Prix. Though I wanNA take you back to the year that was twenty fifteen so to paint. The picture was much like this. You actually Mercedes won the constructor's championship and it's pretty obvious. Lewis how to drive yeah. It's pretty obvious. Embarrassment Haas was not in the sport year now coming in the next year and we knew that we're going to be running a Ferrari Baker in fact teams complaining. You might remember that. Essentially running fry bake in platform and the one on Higher Asian. Yes Yes yes Greg Rostislav fixture of your formula on viewing before channel ten went bankrupt. Imagine that and of course this is when people still believed in McLaren before they stop believing and now believing in the beginning obviously at this point in time we have a tweet in from Jamie Penny. I sniff learn how to pronounce that name Creepy. I hope that's painting penny. Whatever it is the point is he's tweeted? Did he said a certain individual with initials. Rj predicted on the two thousand. Fifteen Christmas special. I didn't go back and listen to this I read. I didn't the data McLaren Reynaud Reynaud in House that McLaren would school. The first podium between them am I. You arrive yes roaster drop. Rub stood Mr Trump It's not a catchy. You know where I'm going with a strikes again. Yes I'll tell you what are the. Would you believe that the time that you have to wait. Four years to find that with your prediction. Is that right. Yeah Jamie for keeping tabs on that one. Yeah it's pretty good I covet. It's very impressive. It's longer than some than most of our prime minister. Grab I'll tell you what there are a lot of bullshit artists in the one and certainly yeah probably informed on media thankfully I proclaimed to be native. Aw I am. I'm one of the greats guests bullshit autists former the one I told I told you. Fernando Alonso to McLaren overseas you do I told you then ricotta would be at a diner in being here is I am. I'm telling you I have. I have this this this gift. I use it on the podcast of your code once a week. Find Michael Manado and Rob James in chrome free. Wrap up what a what. A forecast water forecast is from yourself. Four years in the making incredible more accurate than most forecasts any more accurate than the train timetable. There a couple of things happening in the week leading up to the Brazilian Grand Prix. One one is that the owners of interlagos promote interlagos reckons that they'll be around for longer than the one more year they've got and that's because it will the spokesman beginning to Rio in twenty twenty one ED attractive building in Rio de Janeiro and military land but they haven't even started it they haven't even it's still a pock. Its wildlife in that pack said. How are they going to Rice around all these foxes and trades and the the answer is probably not going to be on the counter for a lot longer because comparable to track that I probably right? They would need to build. One in. Eighteen months seems not likely military grand. Does that mean it's not as Brazilian territory. I guess I'm disuse stupid. Doing drilled olds. Okay while the racist going on many ways fans of Interlagos you might get more than one more year breath. Point is point in time it seems like officially as much as there is a genuine social security threat Jenson button giving than what a hero these stories about interlagos and had genuinely terrifying the sort of that part of the world is It is actually. It would be sad to say God from I. Guess from a sporting sense because the of sort of memorable foam in the one month shootout over the easing of Santa with Android Naipao. Steering and having those we sort of got like apparitions with you. Know he's Lord I always use the guy in flavor NASA being champion for like twenty three seconds predom- many ease back. There's lots of yes certainly memorable phone on moments that he's sort would've sort of because it's it's not a classic like SPA or monitor. It's not in that sense but it's in that sort of Legros I. It's kind of significant It's like in the it's because it comes slightly after them doesn't it. It's not super historic but it's been around for thirty years now that's pretty good. They're doing pretty well They had one of the biggest crowds in several years. Is this weekend despite having no Brazilian driver on the grid in Las Sears. Well did they lost us the first time. I think you can have great say doing pretty well. We want to talk about Alex Elbow on sticking with red bull next because he has signatures Taylor. Also next year's it's segue him after another go. Hokum bigs finally admitted that it's over for him informed yes because genuinely humanly fascinates me the the sake of of of someone who's a WHO spends many many many many ease in the form of the one bubble and then just is to be out of it genuinely fascinates me because I could imagine it would either bay you got. It is what it is or you just be miserable and depress to do it. Not on your terms. I guess would be pretty difficult because up until recently he's being sitting still being formed and obviously now the only say Williams and we all know he doesn't want that long. It's not going to be an not really interested in developmentally. He says it'd be the Presi podcast today because you got a whole book. He's paid all of your childhood dreaming you become driver. Ginny Korea was pretty good You saved a lot of things and people say you're going to be the next Michael Schumacher. You didn't do that. You're out of it. So how does that feel. It's not right is it. I guess on the other hand he did become a former. The one driver never scored a podium Carlos Sainz now has a podium just got has eh massive loss. He's been around for ten years. Imagine just going okay. The last time so the Grand Prix conceivably. We'll be the last time he ever drives a former probably unless he becomes like the equivalent of Gospel to Jovian another feature of a full grown. Dr Driving a phone with one Cara gain muscle brundle. This is like the twentieth. We've done these segments. It's the Cy Fair we all. It's just put these for what's different. Yeah I I love those segments. It's like what do we the show. He gets to the point where I just have six of them and they just shuffled them and no one knows. It's the same ones that we use. He says he might go. indie comedy is not an oval racing. which seems like a teapot of Indika? So that's going to happen this year off. Why not? He's been working hard ten years and finally one of the Begin. Someone somewhat less field now. It was for shattered but not directly related to the sport but formula on Green by twenty thirty entirely carbon neutral from the sport sport itself on track stuff to the business which already moving towards to the teams and the teams that includes the individual event so the entire situation the whole a hot mess that is Formula One. WE'LL BE CARBON neutral thirty. It's an easy target and pulling in some respects rightfully scientists rights polluting. And it was probably I think something that in terms of mainstream The outside world at saw formula and fans like you and I'm Michael in Win Lose Elson said. Aw Vegas Megan because I care about the environment and then people build. It applied all these stray interesting. That's imagine really Sky News coming on. That's how imagine how people has left on twitter. That's what that's what they've ED likely. Fly Flying look good bargains. Be like the pro. Probably ties eyelid outs. Diesel is the.
"brazilian" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
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"brazilian" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight
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"brazilian" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"And by extension. The teams won't be getting any income from the Brazilian Grand Prix one twentieth. Approximately of the cost of a season, depending on how long the counter is. Obviously, surely this will at a minimum if no money can be forthcoming in the next three years. Be the end of the Brazilian Grand Prix because hell on could such a situation also being stripping for a long time that we don't want to go to to Brazil, the base acuity issues for as long as I remember at least one team or group of if one personnel have been attacked some way or other sometimes right outside the circuit gates at other times. I mean, we we know about the story of Jenson Button where driver had to literally bully as way through traffic to escape the it'd be numerous instances of one personnel going up to the evening getting into it. They thought was a jitney taxi. And just ending up in the middle of at the end of a dock adian and being beaten up. So, you know, the a lot of people are uncomfortable going there. I sit and you know, that a lot of media people. In other words, people who aren't obliged to go down every every rice on sort of giving giving Brazila white birth and this became apparent in Mexico. And I said that I wasn't going for example, more than a few of my colleagues said, oh, you're not going either. So, you know, it's not the most popular rice from a an if one personnel to speak of that said, it isn't incredibly popular sport in Brazil. And according to the the TV writings that I've got Brazil actually has the largest number of eyeballs of all countries. And also, let's not forget, you know, you go legends such as Senator as for the penalty PK they will came from there yet Rubens Barrichello who was a multiple race. When you know they came from there for. Ep massa. So, you know, better racing in general and formed one in particular is very very popular down in Brazil. So we're going to talk about the expansion of the counter in a moment. There's not necessarily anything at the moment on the horizon Sappho Central America. We've ever see got mixed at the moment and then to North American races notwithstanding possible additional USA rights, but what's the solution? Or is there an easy solution before we wanted to continue to have something of a footprint in South America. Given it maintains itself as an important market, despite the fact that the race itself has a whole host of problems affecting is always Argentina. There is potentially Uruguay. I mean, they run very successful. Former erase in Uruguay, I believe looking at returning this. So you know, from that perspective there, they're all other options in South America. But you know, as with Africa the big question is who pays forget popularity ultimate it's got to be profitable. And you know, this is a big thing that that ultimately somebody has to pay if more lucrative markets than than obviously for more needs to head their liberty is a publicly listed company that teams need millions. If not hundreds of millions per year to to to cover their budgets, and if a country conned pay it doesn't get a grand prix it sets a set simple. Which is why we go to Russia, which is why we go to other Beijong to China to the Middle East and places because I can afford it. And fear ethically to presume if only he'd continue he'd paying for turning our attention now to Asia, we've mentioned this last month. And it's been a story that's been bubbling little bit under the surface for a little while. Now, finally, they seems to be maybe something a little bit more concrete the Hanoi. People's committee has said that they've won the right to host of Formula one grand prix from twenty twenty April. I think is they've even mentioned this is potentially. And of course, is at the time of recording the meeting that they said the announcement hasn't actually happened yet. They've only said that they will be an announcement potentially. Liberty Media's I new grand prix that could go forward. So it's a fairly significant milestone. How would you play this? If you were in-form, if you part of Liberty Media, given that this is a fairly significant milestone, two years into the tenure the wall as you say it would be the first race that they have signed up since taking over the commercial rights for one..
"brazilian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Brazilian show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS we'll get back into our coverage on a couple of seconds for what's going on. Right now, it's time for Donna from hand in here is our information earworm for today. Head feigns dish will give you something to think bail wherein head Fame's for just one air will increase bacteria in your ears. Five seven hundred times weird off Shum guy. He wears from three hours a day five days a week deck guy. Probably a major league bacteria form not that. I'm naming names briefs I'm Donna from Hampton. And that's your information earworm workforce today. I am here with Dr Melissa Gav. Doctor of audiology. From audiology associates. Hello. Hi. Thank you so much for being with us. I appreciate it. Why is it best to pursue hearing aids? Sooner rather than later. I would think we'd better just put it all. Yeah. I mean, actually, so when we treat the ear. We're really treating the brain. And what we know is that the earlier we get hearing aids. The better off we are for processing of speech, and what that means is it's not when you hit the button, you know, when you'd come in for a comprehensive evaluation, we test your thresholds, which is when you hear a beep and hit a button. But then we test for speech processing where we give. You different words ball carve at us, and you repeat them back to us in a controlled environment are sound booth. And you know, there are some patients really struggle there. And that tells us that the nerve is not processing that signal as it should. And so we know that the earlier you pursue hearing aids. The stronger that nerve can deliver the signal because it's not fatiguing. Meaning you're stimulating the brain. You're stimulating the yard at staying strong. But if the brain can't hear the brain's not going to use that function and then. What happens is over time. It doesn't work, and it doesn't process like it used to that is something that once you lose. It's very hard. You can't give that back the brain won't recreate it because it's nerve and how the nerves processing. So it's essentially more nerve damage and so hearing it's become more challenging at that point. And the earlier you pursue hearing aids. The stronger the system will maintain and we know there's a link between dementia, and memory, and cognition. Can't hear it. You can't store the information. And you can't think about it appropriately. And the brain can't do two tasks at the same time. So it can't struggle to here. And then she'll go to process. So we know that the early you treat the better off you are for long-term functions. That's amazing. My instinct would have said exactly the opposite. Which is why you're the doctor and I'm not. Yeah. Amazing. So the earlier you treat the better off you are. You mentioned one thing. Very quickly a five second answer that you said the nerve basically wears out. It does doesn't do the job were more. So it doesn't stay strong fatigues. When silence is not golden in his time to call on allergy associates. That's audio associates four ten nine four four thirty one hundred online a ideology dot com. Getting off of opiates was tough. It was like the worst flu I ever had same here for me. It was chills and stomach cramps and only had a three week prescription. It.
"brazilian" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Men to kill people his show so this is another brazilian one i don't know why but they're just like catching my attention these days in weirdly enough it's really hard to find english versions of any of these articles so i had to really dig for this it is fascinating so this is the story of susanna phone tolkien she was born november third nineteen eightythree which beat w makes her scorpio well take that as he will no comment she was born to a german father and a brazilian mother and grew up in south paulo brazil happy but shy child in the summer of nineteen ninety nine she was fifteen years old and started taking brazilian jujitsu classes it was there that she met a young man named daniel craving news day paulo a silva cool him and they started dating so at this point suzanne's families networth was about five point five million dollars so her dad was like a german engineer and was really successful and so her family had a lot of wealth and suspected that at this point when she turned eighteen her dad created to anonymous swiss bank accounts so her father opened them in her name in november two thousand one and the two accounts are estimated to contain at least ten million euros which is a lot of fuckin money it's a it's a i mean it's it's pocket change so she's dating this guy named daniel from jujitsu class right so it i whose family doesn't seem to have a problem with him but pretty soon they find out that he doesn't go to school he doesn't have a job and he smokes pot every single day cool he's a winner what a winner and keep in mind she's like sixteen or fifteen or sixteen at this point so they're like actually we don't really like this and what yours is she met so she met him in nineteen ninety nine when she was v.