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Santos' game-ending FG ends Bears' skid versus winless Lions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Santos' game-ending FG ends Bears' skid versus winless Lions

"The bears game skid edging the lions sixty to fourteen on thanksgiving Cairo Santos kicked three field goals including the game winning twenty eight yarder as time expired to help Chicago a group of forty seven Dalton threw for three hundred seventeen yards and a touchdown to Jimmy Graham but it was wide receiver Darnell Mooney paced the offense with five catches for a hundred and twenty three yards Jared Goff returns from an oblique injury to throw for a hundred and seventy one yards and touchdown tosses the Josh Reynolds and T. J. Hockenson but it wasn't enough as Detroit dropped the ten and one Denny count the jury

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Kyrie Irving’s Agents Saying Irving Would Retire if Nets Trade Him

First Things First

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Kyrie Irving’s Agents Saying Irving Would Retire if Nets Trade Him

"Some nba now so very interesting water cooler. Talk to send your way. Nba by the way starting just over a month already. We're talking kyrie irving is. She continues to work his way back from ankle surgery. This off season nikki reported this last night. Had a lot of people talking there are a handful of kyri traits that potentially makes sense for the nets kyrie's representatives have made it known that cairo would simply retire from the nba. If brooklyn were to trade him wealth kyrie read. This kyrie responded to this with this right there. An image a puppet. Then you responded with this kyrie if you're saying you didn't say you retire viewer traded. Then you're beef is with. Your representation is not with me because you and i both know. That's what they've told people. Nick busy nights on the old twitter for you. Take us through all of this. I mean so the the tweets really dum summit up to for the most part the fact that matters this there were a handful of teams that contacted the nets and take the temperature on whether or not any of the big three particularly career irving were available. Everyone knew that durant not available in hardens. Almost assuredly not available but since they acquired harden and because the net you know have a surplus of scoring and a surplus of ballhandling. There's thought kyrie might be available. And those teams were not told untouchable. No reason to call us back. It's like calling golden state for step. It will never happened. They were led to believe. Well i mean you know. We'll be irresponsible not to listen but now there is nothing to listen to because and this i know for an utter certainty no matter what gifts kyrie sends to me on twitter. Kyrie's people fold anyone that would listen trade for a metro own peril. If he were ever to be traded from brooklyn he would simply retire.

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Justice Department Sues Texas Over 6-Week Abortion Ban

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Justice Department Sues Texas Over 6-Week Abortion Ban

"Justice department is suing the state of taxes over. Its new abortion law which is among the strictest in the nation houston public media's cairo buckley reports the doj father complaint today in district court the doj says the law banning abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy and making private citizens. Responsible for enforcement is unconstitutional. Attorney general merrick garland says the doj is seeking a preliminary and permanent injunction to prohibit enforcement united states as authority and the responsibility to ensure that no state can deprive individuals of their constitutional rights through a legislative scheme specifically designed to prevent the vindication of those rights. The biden administration has vowed to fight the law especially since the us. Supreme court decided not to step in before it took effect last week. I'm kyra buckley. In

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"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Cairo seven TVs Andrew Shine, Thal has detailed from a comic in middle school in the Lake Washington school district. A single covid case has sent dozens of kids and faculty members home to self quarantine. The school district says a member of the school community tested positive Monday and was both on board a bus and in the school building. The number of close contacts at this time is 53. But that number could increase or decrease based on the results of the investigation. They go on to say, since there is currently no seating chart on board the buses More Children could be asked to stay home and this is the second positive Kobe case in law school last week, 20 people were told to quarantine at home after the first case was confirmed. Judge set bail at a million dollars for an 84 year old every homeowner accused of killing his tenant. The suspect is facing murder and assault charges. Neighbors say they heard gunshots. Detectives say evidence inside the home points to a homicide, but his lawyer argues it would be impossible for him to commit such a crime. This is an 84 year old man who three months ago started using a walker too. Move around in his daily life. Court papers say his home was known as a drug house and police have not yet found the tenants body. And a trial begins in federal court this week for a suspect in train sabotage Last fall. Cairo radios Nicole Jennings has details last fall. Bellingham residents Ellen Rice and Samantha Brooks were arrested on suspicion of placing a shunt on a railroad.

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After Months, Egypt Frees Reporter, Activist, YouTube Star

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

After Months, Egypt Frees Reporter, Activist, YouTube Star

"Two Egyptian lawyers say that authorities have released an online comedian a journalist and political activist offer these spent months in pretrial detention in Egypt the lawyers say the three detained could walk free late Sunday for the police headquarters in Cairo prosecutors ordering the unconditional release pending separate probes into charges ranging from disseminating false news and misuse of social media platforms to joining the terror group is the latest in a series of releases in recent months amid rising concerns by the U. S. and international groups over the arrests and harassment of rights activists and critics of president Abdel Fattah el Sisi sees government I'm Charles hello this month

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'My Body, My Choice': Healthcare Workers Protest State Vaccine Mandate

Seattle's Morning News

01:16 min | 4 months ago

'My Body, My Choice': Healthcare Workers Protest State Vaccine Mandate

"High right and choose what I'm gonna do with my body, My body. My choice, the same argument used by pro choice activists adopted by anti vaccine mandate protesters in Pula. I think it should be choice I'm vaccinated. My daughter is not, And I think it should be her choice whether she would like to be vaccinated or not. They are against the governor's vaccine mandate for all healthcare workers. The large crowd gathered at an intersection drawn there by a conservative Christian group on Facebook, the same group that promoted stop the steal protests in Olympia back in January, which coincided with the insurrection at the US Capitol 2.5 hours north in Bellingham, another group protested outside of a hospital over the same vaccine mandate issue. Cairo radios Nicole Jennings reports from Peace Health Saint Joseph Medical Center. The States mandate health workers have until mid October to get the vaccine or say goodbye to their jobs. Bellingham protester Frank says the mandate violates those workers rights and that it's an especially bad idea during a health workers shortage. We need doctors and nurses. We don't eat less of them, especially to be fired. You're taking something they choose not to do that's truly insane. Peace health says the vaccines have proven themselves to be safe and effective and that it's imperative for their caregivers who are medically able to get the

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Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?

You Beauty

02:29 min | 4 months ago

Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?

"Talking about that phrasing today which is very popular. Non invasive body sculpting treatment the scientific name full-fat freezing is cairo lippo. Uscis which i know is a little bit of a mouthful kyra means cold leiper meaning fats and lascivious meaning to dissolve all loosen but you've probably seen it marketed as coo sculpting. Which is the only branch have fda approval however they awesome other names floating around the treatment was actually invented. I think this is so interesting by observing what happens when kids eight. I pose see. Now when like little children alike aiding the icy polls and i kind of just leave them in their mouths this sort of sitting against their cheek so the car founders of this treatment. We're intrigued when something called cold. Induced fat necrosis was reported to occur off. Today's kids eight. The icy post that will sort of left resting on their cheeks for several minutes. Skin samples taken from patients like these showed inflammation in the fight but normal skin. So thus i love using would thus it appeared that that may be more sensitive to cold injury than other tissue types. Using this concept a cooling device was tested on pigs. Sorry pigs in two thousand and seven to save fat cells could be selectively destroyed. The results were very promising. There was was about a half an inch reduction in the peaks. Fat layer in the treated areas so by two thousand and ten the first cairo. Lopo asus technology approved for human use named coup sculpting was cleared as a treatment for love handles and then clearance full. Treating other parts of the body was soon pastas well and those parts of the bodies will like you thought is to saddles. You back saddles. You belly abroa- fat onto side of the bomb bomb and even your chin so all of those have been fda approved as well. But how exactly does it work. Unfortunately no one knows for show which doesn't exactly sound promising but basically a special vacuumed applicator is applied to an area of the body and controlled cooling technique lowest the treated area to minus nine degrees and that's celsius cooling energy traits. The thought la without any damage to surrounding cells and experts. Think that because fat cells cannot survive at this temperate cha a few days after treatment. The cooled fat cells die and over the next few months. You'll buddy will actually digest. The dead fat

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Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

KIRO Nights

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

"The Cairo radio, AB roads, bridges and airports were big winners in the U. S Senate today. CBS is Kris Van Cleave explains. The Senate overwhelmingly passed a landmark $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. Major win for President Biden. This bill we prove that we can still come together to do big things important things. The compromise package took months to craft and will fund traditional infrastructure projects like roads, bridges, airports, waterways and further deployment of broadband service winning over 19 Republicans. Majority leader Steny Hoyer says the House members will return from recess August 23rd to begin consideration of the Senate Democrats budget

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"cairo" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"cairo" Discussed on Rap It Out

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"cairo" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

08:05 min | 4 months ago

"cairo" Discussed on Rap It Out

"Didn't care about anything else you know looking back do i regret it you could. I definitely like see some pros and cons to the approach. I took i definitely. i definitely think. That's where my love of music sparked was was my was when i got that guitar when i got there guitar and i and i realized that i had that natural talent with it. That's what i was like. Okay i can really go somewhere with this. And once i did that. You know another thing about me for anyone. Who doesn't know me have extreme. Ocd and not the typo cd that you just like touch the doorknob fifty times. I got the ocd. Where i stay hyper focused on one thing until i master it like i literally just like i pretty much take no for an answer like i don't take over an answer like what if you say like. Hey you can't cook that. Like i'm going to if i want to do it. I'm going to my. Ocd is gonna make me master that that's how that's usually how my my ocd works. So guitar was one of those. It was just like you tell me. i can't do this. Okay cool. So i'm gonna spend five years. I'm a master this. And then i'm gonna come out at the end and i'm going to do it and that's what keeps happening. I keep doing that with a lot of things and that brings us to one thing. I did want to talk about unless you wanted me to stop and you have another question. But i did want to go into the something really quick. If that's cool go ahead. i don't mind okay. Cool so one thing that happened with me was i had an arsenal of dope equipment. I was using to make music but it wasn't mine. None of this equipment was my equipment. Right so i was living with some people. I didn't have any equipment on my own. I was very. I was very much. Just kind of like using using their stuff as a luxury because we're all living together. We had a falling out. And i ended up losing all of that right so you ask how did how does ellie music at that point. All i don't i don't make music that point and that was the lowest point of my life what i had nothing. I didn't have a pc at a phone. That's all ahead. I had no. I didn't even hammer guitar at that point. I just sell it. Because i lost my job. I had nothing nothing to my name to make art. And that was the lowest point ever reached. Now is actually where i tried taking my own life and after that moment was when my mom actually realized how low i really was and she was she had like this old pract ipod ipad from like an old generation of ipads oldest one terrible. She was just like well. I have this. I mean you can have it and i said okay so i i get this ipad. I wasn't really familiar with apple products. Before this i used android everything and i just never had this thing so i. She gave me this ipad. And i realized garage band is the default app on it. And i'm just like well. I need to make this. I need to make music. I'm losing my mind. So i set out to make an album however i could and i ended up telling my entire story of what i told you the whole falling out the whole reaching that you know the bottom reaching bottom and then coming up that i made an album around that entire story all on just that ipad with garage and people respond really well to it and that right there has inspired a lot of people that i know who i've met on discord different artists. Whatever that they realized. Wow you really don't need anything. You can do this all on just like an ipad garage man you just have to. You just have to have the the the no on how to build this stuff. So that was. That was definitely where i came into my own as an artist before i was really like living off of other beings now. I'm like okay. No i'm in my own being. And i'm elliot cairo now. And this is my own thing. I built my own brand. This is my. I don't need nobody. And that's the road that i took and i am proud of it because you know like i said i reached bottom and here i am now. So that's definitely some. I wanted to share because i feel like it is it can be inspiring to somebody who's who's in the same position where they don't have anything to record their are their voice. Have nothing record their voice and they're sitting there trying to figure out what to do. It's like there is there are ways you don't need twenty four thousand dollar recording studios to make dope shit. You right definitely definitely. I definitely agree with you on that. Was that medicine. That's incredible alive contact at turn out to the downfall. Yeah one hundred percent. That's pretty powerful to me. I don't know about anyone else. But that's like billy amazing. I appreciate that cloud breather but Move from that. So ultimate universal. What happens if you're not a musician. Oh good question. Very good question. What would happen if i wasn't a musician. In an alternate universe. I've actually messed around with this idea before with some friends. But i think it'd be two things right too early. I'm going to throw out there. I think i'd either be like very like fine. Dining culinary chef. Because that's what i do now just as a day job. I'm a chef. But an or or i would just like i would be like on a fishing boat somewhere like that's what i would do. I would just fish because fishing just to me. It's it's just really like exempt for me. And i just love the water. I love the ocean. So that would probably be what i do in an alternate universe. I say In my head so hurts. Okay all see this answer. Because i have a long list artist out. What would be your dream. Collaboration ooh dream collab- boy. That's that's actually tough dream collab- for me in collab- honestly like it's going to sound really cliche. But i think i would can say too. I think i got to esau. I got to. I think i would wanna see j. id. And i would wanna see a ged and kendrick lamar lab. It'd be insane That would be. That would just be so. I think it is on the way. I think it's going to happen. I'm just like i'm finding for right now. And then i'm trying to think of the other one that i just had honestly probably just to beat a dead horse. I would probably do a chance. The rapper kendrick. Lamar want to. Because i've wanted that since. I got into hip hop. So that's that's my to the second one will never happen but the first one will definitely happen They know could have they could. It could have been hoping for. i remember. Actually it's funny like there. I remember a very long time ago. Chance had like an old verse where he literally said like in a bar he said like no songs with kendrick we just hang out and it was like the biggest. He's ever. I was just like wow. He's a straight up. Told me you're never going to of do it was funny. Emily gang.

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"cairo" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

07:27 min | 4 months ago

"cairo" Discussed on Rap It Out

"That's hilarious okay. Get that happen. Let's just forget an doing all side before recording out of a missile. But anyway take me a good one. Because today i'm coming up with an artist. That's of everything if you really think about it annette. Everything artist names l. e. m. super duper excited as well ellie e. What's up everybody. My name's ellie cairo. I'm an artist straight out of new hampshire. And you know. I've been. I've been in the underground game for a while Definitely came up but Yeah you know. i've been grinding. I definitely consider myself more of a world builder when it comes to this definitely going to a lot about myself through this really excited to be here. Thank you now. Paul no problem. Thank you for taking your time to do this. I'm so excited. I haven't done it in a while so i'm just desperately great for the treatment. He into maximum shali. Yeah okay so a lot of people do not know you. yes. And i certainly don't know you'll law and a lot of people don't so this segment will be just to kind of get to know you a little more. 'cause intro good it's good but it doesn't really tell All right i wanna know all about you. Know he was. Of course you want me kind of just start like from my beginnings and kind of worked my way through. We started that actually. My first question was from the beginning. No so basically. Yeah yeah so basically Yeah no so i've been. I've been in music. I've been doing music for about fourteen years now. You know. I started with pretty much what everybody starts with with like just rock music. I worked my way all around different ranges of music jazz. Everything and i covered different ranges of music just learning just like taking in different elements of everything like expanding my worldview and so when i came across it up when i finally came into the game and in after studying you know the greats after studying them and actually wanted to do it myself. I actually you know i. I did my homework. So i didn't come off as as much of a novice to people and because i had the advantage of being a music teacher teaching a lot of and and you know understanding music theory and and more aspects of music than a lot of other people in the game in my opinion do gives me a little bit of an advantage when it comes to songwriting so i feel like you know that is one of my greatest strengths. As artists is that. I have a lot of weapons. You could call him in my arsenal when it comes to when i build my tracks when i write my songs i can kind of pull from different influences in different You know different areas. That i have learned without wearing them too much on my sleeve and still being original. So that's definitely like you know my. That's definitely my brand for sure. That's one hundred percent of my brand. Oh okay okay. I see you definitely definitely do that. I would a product now separately definitely. It's it's been. It's been very very interesting. This whole musical journey for me. But you know i feel like finally after you know countless pit pitfalls going through pitfalls left and right between you know followed with friendships. People who you think are your friends and who they really. Aren't you know like creative differences. All that stuff actually leading to an actual creative circle that as a cultivates. Your creativity is key and i think i finally grown into one and because of that i've been able to transform into the artist i am now which is somebody i am really proud of and i'm ready to show that to the world. Oh i see. The and i can tell you very excited. I mean when. I actually was like you. You'll like on the like direct. You just wanted to do like wine to you. Yeah hundred percent. i'm definitely. I'm definitely fearless with this and i've been told by a lot of people who you know. Just meet me. Like i go from discord service to discord servers. And and you know. I'm i'm not trying to plug my music. I just go in. And i just i meet people organically. I wanna do everything naturally organically. I don't wanna just go in and plug my alber plug my music and be annoying. You know i don't want to do that. I wanna go in. I want to meet artists and actually connect network. We're all trying to elevate you know. So i i do that and people the first thing they realize. Wow this fearless. He's he's streaming his whole odd name and using shit that he's that that i'm hearing an unfinished product. That's how much confidence i have in. My work is that. I know it's not finished but i know the reaction they get is going to benefit me and them because we're both gonna learn from the art that they just witness. So that's that's how i usually work. I i run a very organic kind of networking thing. I'm not. I'm not very big on the whole social media clout chasing type of thing so i like to go gorilla style of just like go into conversations. Meet people organically indus grow connections from there instead of you know paying for like a lot of artists. Do you know that someone. I don't like to do okay. That's good to know about to hardest Yeah they love your perspective. Netflix about you right this going next on your starch. So what was the trigger point the mate designing into music. Okay trigger point for me. It was really stupid. Actually my my trigger point. So i've actually i. I love all forms of art. But when i was a kid i was like i think twelve i was a huge video game person and i was playing guitar hero and i was super super into guitar. Hero and i remember Just like after like mastering guitar hero to. I was just like okay. I'm tired of playing guitar hero. I want to play the actual real guitar and my parents were like all right. We'll like it's not that easy. You can't just play the guitar. Like that. And i was like no no i know i just want to try it because i i feel like now that i've played like the virtual thing i want to actually play it so i they got it for my thirteenth birthday and that year i spent literally i sacrifice my social life. I sacrifice everything just to learn the guitar for that entire year. And i went into the talent show and one my talent show that year playing. I don't even remember what. I played it with some stupid song but that was like a huge sacrifice i made from then on. I sacrificed so many social things like for for music and stayed that way. All i did was play music. All i did was learn all i did. Was you know. hold up in in. Learn how song right and learn how to world build and learn how to sound design. Learn how to do all this stuff..

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Western Wildfires Are Outpacing Last Year's Record

Seattle's Morning News

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Western Wildfires Are Outpacing Last Year's Record

"Red Apple wildfire near Wenatchee prompted evacuations overnight people in 200 homes Told to flee ahead of the 1000 acre fire. This comes as the state raises its wildfire prep level to its highest mark more on that from Cairo, seven TVs Lauren Donovan, seven large fires and small brush fires have been popping up all over western Washington. We are closing in on a full month without rain, and we make it a little bit of Sprinkles on Thursday night and Friday morning in written forced evacuations and looking toward Snohomish County. We saw fire along I five south than ever it yesterday to further North a portion Of the North Cascades Highway had to close so that crews could battle wildfires now in the west of the state. Fires have already burned more acreage than this time last year, which was a record fire season. The

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The Origin Story of Agatha Christie

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:44 min | 5 months ago

The Origin Story of Agatha Christie

"Today we're talking about the grande dame of the english. Done it. The jk rolling of selling books before there is a jk rolling. Please meet our dreamer of the day. The queen of crime agatha christie agatha was born in eighteen ninety in the seaside town of turkey in devon england. She was the youngest of three children born into an upper middle class home. Acas father frederick was an american stockbroker and her irish-born mother clara took care of the house and her children's early education after her father's sudden death when agatha was eleven. the family's financial situation became more precarious. An agatha was sent to paris to complete her education when she completed finishing school. I get the return to england only to start a months long tour of the middle east with her mother. While traveling agatha tried her hand at writing short stories and an early novel but wasn't able to get anything published. She did however meet her future husband archie christie while in cairo. They got married right before the outbreak of world war one during the war archie was sent to france to fight the germans. We'll get the returned home to england. She worked as a nurse. And then eventually chemist's assistant on the home front as the war raged across the channel agatha started writing detective fiction in her downtime. She'd always loved mystery. Novels particularly the works of wilkie collins and sir arthur conan doyle so it was a natural fit at this first novel. The mysterious affair at styles was published in nineteen twenty. Her debut work introduced the world to the iconic hair kua paro agatha's eccentric and egoistic belgian detective with the little grey cells and a perfectly quaffed moustache from frog. I am a bloody legal. Belgian perot appeared in about twenty five novels and many short stories. The elderly village spinster. Miss jane marple agatha's other iconic detective first appeared in her novel. Murder at the vicarage in one thousand nine thirty agatha's first. Major literary success came with the publication of her novel. The murder of roger ackroyd in nineteen twenty six. It was met with massive international acclaim and became an immediate bestseller. No spoilers but suffice it to say that. The murder of roger. Ackroyd is an ingenious and innovative. Who done it that still manages to amaze

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Blinken Heads to Egypt to Shore up Gaza Cease-Fire Efforts

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Blinken Heads to Egypt to Shore up Gaza Cease-Fire Efforts

"Secretary of state Anthony Blinken heads to Egypt and Jordan as he presses ahead with a diplomatic mission aimed at shoring up a cease fire that ended an eleven day war between Israel and the Hamas militant group the U. S. is top diplomat I've been doing apple departing for Cairo after wrapping up talks in Israel Lincoln has vowed to rally international support to rebuild the destruction in hard hit Gaza and keep the ceasefire assaulted in Egypt which borders both Israel and Gaza Lincoln is scheduled to meet with president Abdel Fattah el CC and other top officials I'm Charles the live this month

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Blinken Heads to Middle East to Build on Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire

The World

02:06 min | 7 months ago

Blinken Heads to Middle East to Build on Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire

"The Middle East. President Biden asked him to go, but only after a ceasefire was in place, ending the latest military conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Secretary, Blinken has been cautious about jumping into Middle East diplomacy. He started quietly with phone calls while he was on a trip to the Arctic. Plans for a visit came together only after Israel and Hamas agreed to stop fighting. And White House press secretary Jen Psaki is making clear that Blinken has narrow goals for this trip to Israel, the West Bank, Egypt and Jordan, ensuring that we're creating conditions with our partners in the region. For a sustained ceasefire and also discussing the path toward on rebuilding Gaza. Something that there's a great deal of interest in support and the international community on and they're great needs on the ground. This was the fourth military conflict like this between Israel and Hamas since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip about 15 years ago. This last episode has taken Gaza back several years. That's Elizabeth Campbell, who runs the Washington office for UNWRA, U. N agency that runs clinics and schools for Palestinian Of the 66 Children that were killed. 19 of them went to our schools. This is very traumatic for the families for the teachers for the fellow students on DIT is increasingly difficult to keep rebuilding. During the last outbreak of violence in 2014, then Secretary of State John Kerry rushed to Egypt hoping to do some shuttle diplomacy. He stayed in Cairo all week, with little to show as both sides made demands of him and airstrikes and rocket fire continued. This secretary was far more hesitant, says Harland al Gindi Ah, former adviser to Palestinian negotiators. Risk averse is probably an understatement. Secretary Blinken says Israel has the right to defend itself against rocket fire from Gaza. But he also says he wants to make sure Israelis and Palestinians have equal measures of security, peace and dignity. El Guindi says. All those things are lacking for Palestinians that just seems so detached from where

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Over 200 Seattle Police Officers Quit Amid National Protests

KIRO Nights

01:43 min | 7 months ago

Over 200 Seattle Police Officers Quit Amid National Protests

"Police officers quitting amid national protests Now Cairo seven came out with a Article today says over 200. Seattle police officers have quit mid national protests over the last year in my thought was, Billy is that there are so many Reasons to not be a police officer right now. Whether it's in the city of Seattle or anywhere else. There are so many reasons to not want to do the job that I don't blame a lot of these guys for, according to the article taking early retirement, saying that they're going to go into the private sector or moving to cities. They're much more amenable to the police. So I ask you, Billy, Do you think that the rhetoric around policing has gotten too high? Do you think it's gotten too heated? Yes. And yet we have to do it. What do you mean? I understand. I do understand that This may not be the best time to be a policeman right that there's so much scrutiny and yet This time, the scrutiny should have been, You know the last 30 years. That 50 years. 100 years. Okay, well, But you have to understand, though, that when you say yes, Absolutely. We need this kind of rhetoric, although that might sound fine and fun to you and your coast rhetoric, scrutiny. Okay, well, you might say that that's fine and fun for all of your coastal elite buddies, but was something that is concerning is about what actually happens on the ground. And what a police force needs in order to fulfill its obligations to a population. And when you have 200 police officers quitting in 12 calendar months, that's really bad for the city of Seattle. That's terrible for the not necessarily. It depends on you know, 200 guys who constantly, you know, hurt people. I feel if I do this one more time, I'm gonna get in

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Egypt Prosecutors Find Gross Negligence Behind Train Crash

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Egypt Prosecutors Find Gross Negligence Behind Train Crash

"Egyptian prosecutors found this gross negligence by real way employees was behind a deadly train crash the course public outcry across the country the March twenty six crash of two passenger trains south of Cairo killed at least eighteen people and two hundred others including children were injured the findings announced Sunday allege that a driver and his assistant had de activated the automatic train control system the ATC before the collision it's a mechanism designed to train safe operation and involves a speed control prosecutors also allege that a control tower god could smoke hashish and another key worker had used her she's as well as an opioid painkiller commonly sold as a street drug in Egypt I'm Charles last month

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Archeologists Unearth an Ancient Pharaonic City in Egypt

John Williams

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Archeologists Unearth an Ancient Pharaonic City in Egypt

"A 3000 year old lost city south of Cairo. Complete with brick houses, artifacts and tools from ancient times, noted archaeologist So he Hawass said today that an Egyptian mission had discovered the city in the southern province of Luxor. It dates back to what is considered to be a golden era of ancient Egypt. He also said the city was built on the western Bank of the Nile River and was once the largest administrative and industrial settlement off the Empire of the Pharaohs. WGN Sports David and

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Cairo's Mummy Parade Goes Smoothly

Richard Eeds

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Cairo's Mummy Parade Goes Smoothly

"Cairo over the weekend, stirring up concerns about a so called curse of the pharaohs, 18 kings and four queens were paraded in special shock, absorbing vehicles for about three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations. The move reignited talk on social media about the curse, which has been blamed for recent incidents like the ship blocking the Suez Canal, a train crash that left dozens dead last month and a building collapse in Cairo. Thicker stems from a warning on the tomb of King Tut, that red death will come on quick wings for those who disturb the King's peace. Michael Kastner, a prank a couple pulled that Disney world

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Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

The World

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'

"Over the weekend, 22 royal mummies were transported from their old home the Egypt Museum and reach their new home in Cairo at the Jess Open National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Transfer mummies. They didn't just put them on a flatbed truck. No. Farrell's Golden Parade was a multi million dollar event on Saturday night, downtown Cairo seemed like a set for a Cecil B de Mille extravaganza. Special dramatic lighting performers in ancient Egyptian costumes, horse drawn chariots and, of course, that stars of the show 22 mummies. The 18 kings and four ancient queens were transported in nitrogen filled boxes fitted with shock

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22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

Bryan Suits

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

"Mummies have been paraded across the streets of Cairo in a ceremony fit for Kings and Queens, Theo 18 kings and four queens were transported three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations in special tank like Shaq. Serving vehicles. The multi million dollar event came complete with an orchestra dancers, a massive police escort and a visit by the Egyptian president. It reignited talk on social media about the curse of the Pharaohs, which has been blamed on recent events, including a deadly train wreck a month ago and the ship that blocked the Suez Canal for more than a week. Egyptian officials say there is nothing to the curse and the transport went off without a hitch. Amy

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Mummies Paraded In Cairo, Spark Concerns Of A Curse

BTV Simulcast

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Mummies Paraded In Cairo, Spark Concerns Of A Curse

"Egyptians are worried about the curse of the pharaohs. After 22 ancient royal mummies were paraded across Cairo Saturday, the 18 kings and four queens were paraded in special shock, absorbing vehicles for about three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations. But the move reignited talk on social media about the infamous curse, which is blamed recently for the ship blocking the Suez Canal and a train crash last month that killed dozens. Curse stems from a warning on the tomb of Tutankhamen that says death will come on quick wings for those who disturb the King's peace.

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"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"You need to like. Bring your eyesight looking at microphone. Which i did quite a bit of in graduate school but even microphone. You can't get the feel for tax. So inevitably what this leads to is when people make additions of these tax they edit the text block on the page that interests them. They ignore the rest understandable. I'm interested in letters at this letter. I'm going to ignore eligible poem on the back because who cares but once you get digital imaging and you can easily look at rectal inverse so at the same time You know from the comfort of your own home you understand that. There is a kind of holistic piece of evidence here that has different kinds of texts on it. And then you have to start explaining the relationship among these texts and procedures of a recycling and reuse and that too is information and it's information that's lost when we're not actually looking at the physical object itself. Yup i think the question of what digitisation does to the is huge. But i want to focus on the paper right on the physicality of the gonzaga in which is to say that. I think that what you're talking about here and you emphasize this in the book too. It's really just fascinating argument about the importance of paper and it's changing meaning and value in society. So when you think about this market for used paper in the way in which people just throw things away and it wasn't just religious. It was also practical now in. What ways is the nature of paper as a valuable resource. Important to the story of the can use as a whole Also the survival of these documents specifically these kinds of decrees new in general. So what's going on here when we talk about the history of paper which again from twenty-first-century standpoint is a obviously a fascinating topic on its own in part because it's so disconnected or so different from the way that we think about it today as paper has become less and less a thing that we rely on and use in our daily lives. It's become actually more interesting as a as a research. Object the history of paper. The various uses a paper in the guineas. Our world is not just paper. So that's the first thing that i need to to say. There are lots of different ratings surfaces in use and now. Just zeroing in on the portable Writing surfaces egypt for a long time had used obviously preposterous. That's what egypt is famous for. I think the earliest that we have date from like three thousand bc so this was very very long standing surface in egypt and then ostra so pot sherds there are fewer poachers. At least that. I'm aware of from if optima period and by the period papyrus is virtually extinct in egypt as a writing surface. It was still being made and used as wrapping paper or you know for like. Let's say like fish in the marketplace or something like that But it wasn't something that people would write on after that nine forty which is fascinating because before nine hundred virus was still the most common writing surface in houston egypt so what happened between nine hundred and nine forty. What happened was that paper arrived from the east and in very short order completely supplanted papyrus as a kind of writing surface choice there was also parchments so parchman was a a newer in quotation marks type of writing surface because we really only find evidence of it towards the beginning of the first millennium. Seeing and parchment isn't interesting material because first of all it's messy. It's expensive you know you need like herds herds just to make a book out of at of parchment but the fact is that compared to papyrus parchment is a luxury material paper. I would say is somewhere in the middle of that continuum. It's not like the most luxurious and expensive thing in the world as for trinity's At the same time it's not as cheaper as easy to make us. Papyrus paper is another story for paper. You need infrastructure. You need a source of running water. You need a means of beating and grinding the fibers. That you're gonna use into pulp or you can use use cloth so used cloth is super convenient. First of all because there's a lot of it lying around. I mean don't get me wrong like clothing back then was not like clothing today. Your average person we don't like four or five garments over a lifetime and you would often bequeathed them to your children so you have to think clothing back then in the way we would think of houses or cars now right sometimes they're trans-generational you don't have many over lifetime but once it's worn out its impact a certain number of times. You know. there's always this kind of like sweet spot between saving the thing on the one hand on the other hand. You don't wanna be dressed in tatters. Wrestling is obviously patched a million times depending on social class. And what kind of image you on a project. All that comes into play in the middle ages but once the thing is finally like. You can't do anything more with this. This is what you make paper out of. And by the time it reaches. The paper manufacturer is so warren and soft and it and it's already been kind of ground and beaten down that it's actually much easier material to work with than raw fibre but it still has to be shredded. It has to be beaten so that the fibers come apart enough so that you can make decent paper if you look at the paper on which can easily documents are written. It's actually pretty lumping. There's a lot of bad quality where they don't really spend a lot of time to beat the stuff into a fine enough pulp that it's gonna make for decent paper whereas around some of the cons. They were famous for the quality of paper. Possibly because it was a rice-growing culture and when you have rice you need mills to mill the rice so these mills that actually you know survive today where paper was made. That would also mel reid a trip hammer mills which are very good for this kind of thing so you need infrastructure for paper papers valuable resource but it's not as luxurious as parchment. So interesting like people always try to come up with these kind of technological determinist arguments for things like oh people like parchment because it lasts longer than paper or parchment in millages because it held inc better and even if you washed off the ink it would still leave a kind attacked Stain so it was unforgeable whereas finding literature also the exact opposite thing. Which is the government's really didn't like to use parchment for official documentation. Because you could wash the goff and then you could forge things right. I don't think this is the place to look like. I don't think that the technological determinist arguments are going to end up yielding the whole story. In fact it's about the choices that human beings made for all kinds of reasons including prestige. So what we do know is that the arabs started to write on paper as far as we know for the first time when it conquered central asia in the early century. There's a story in the medieval chronicles about this battle. And seven fifty one were supposedly the of acids fought the we know that the chinese but supposedly in his battle they took a chinese prisoner of war taught them papermaking. No it turns out that arizona paper before that whether they are making it before it. We don't know that they were certainly using it as early. The twenty s. Eventually the of acids are like. Hey this is really good stuff. The acids were drastically.

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"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"It. Actually in medieval middle east strategy that they're still more of an emphasis on political history than there should be. Because you know the chroniclers were recording the kinds of events that would have made front page news in our day and if you actually want to know how the other ninety nine percent of the population where you need a different kind of source material. More than that the fact that we have such rich and detailed information we have trade letters. We have marriage contracts. We letters from wives were angry with their husbands for going away from here for two years to trade in the india trade. So you know like you're over there in indiana. I'm here like trying to raise the children. Like what's your problem if you don't come back and believe you whatever not that women have that option but you get the idea. It's not just that. Were able to get more variegated picture of egypt or more. Broadly of the islamic at middle east. It's also that this is a really well. Documented premodern society preindustrial societies complex type so sedentary agrarian with states ruling over them have certain commonalities. And when you understand one you actually have a much better standpoint for understanding the others so here. There's a fantastic book by patricia krona. Who was a very very brilliant historian of the middle east but she wrote kind of general book called preindustrial societies where you she went in like inhaled an enormous amount of both sociological on store literature and figured out that until early modern europe the vast majority of seventy agrarian societies in the world actually shared certain things in common and it was only europe that eventually diverged from the pattern and the reason that you're diverged from the was that it was actually very unsuccessful pre-industrial society so industrialization was the culmination of a process of europe essentially trying to handle the fact that it actually wasn't as technologically advanced as the islamic world or china. So if you want to understand something. Broadly about global history and global history before colonialism than they need is an amazing lens onto that then there are a lot of other questions one of them is what role do documents play in preindustrial societies. What role can documents play. I mean i didn't deal with all documents and loss archive i just dealt with that touched on state administration like i just said a few minutes ago that Political history is still too dominant in my field. So why am i writing. Better state so states also have social histories which is to say like. I'm not writing about the calif and the vizier. And the poet to entertain them at the court. But rather i'm trying to understand how the greatest repository of money and power and human capacity right like logistical capacity that societies had which were the state organized time in space. You know how did it rule. Basically how did it manage. Maintain power accumulated power extract resources. All of these are basic questions without which you can actually understand. Any society took a long time to realize that because as a jewish historian i was trained to either ignore the or to look at a state in transactional way which is like. What's the relationship between jews in the state and actually the whole way that the loss archive came about. I had intended to write a book that jews in the state on the committed ubad states in particular and i quickly realized that i wasn't able to do that well or the level of detail that i wanted until i understood more about the state and then this became a kind of kenya project to try to understand the thoughts amid state but in time and space so the one hand dynasties wanna persevere for more than two three generations right this is like the famous thing and where he's like you know three generations max unless they really get their act together anyway. Do that is by writing stuff down and then organizing space if you actually find evidence of how. The fatherm at archive was organized. Both from second hand descriptions and from the surviving documentation you realize that the archive mirrored the territory right. So things were are caused by region you needed to know how to manage what was on the ground so you know dr record can be a mirror not always a direct near the complex mirror of the society. I mean i think the one of the things that comes out of this is just a really fascinating way in which you are finding state documents as it were in this repository that has traditionally been a fount of social history in particular. Perhaps one way to get into this is to think about. What does it mean for the cargo which is really the storeroom of the synagogue to serve our window into the fatimid world the fatimid state in the sense that what does this say about the broader was killed in which cargo jews were living that this is where we find such a rich collection of documents as opposed to as you said like a single building where you could walk in into that not going to give is. I think this would have been the assumption of anybody just looking at this material for the first time is is you look at this big pile of discarded paper among richie find all these documents. You think to yourself. A what government like discards. It's precious and confidential documents. And doesn't that suggest a kind of lack of respect for the written word and then you know you can kind of link that in your mind. This is again like this. The assumption you link that in your mind to the fact that the status written documents and written records in general in islamic law and learning is questioned. So if you are going to court in the middle ages and you want a record transaction you're not gonna get a document by virtue of witch. The transaction has occurred. It's not as positive document as technical term. But rather you're gonna get a record of testimony to the effect that this transaction has already occurred. In other words documents are not sufficient to make evidentiary claims. There also have to be human witnesses and then you can make that up with the fact that the transmission of learning the transmission of books in the medieval world was oral. Meaning to say that if you had copied a book from another book this was considered to be of lesser authenticity. Than if you had heard the very same book recited by either its author or somebody who had received the book from its author or from somebody who had received from somebody who you get the point. There had to be an authorized transmission. Another chain of transmitters and it goes beyond hadith right everybody knows like is like so To so and so this is like books in general so we look at that from you. Know a kind of modern western academic point of view where we like to look at evidence completely separated in decontextualize from all of the kind of human influences over. We just want to take the evidence itself. I'm just gonna look at the argument. I'm not gonna look at who made this argument right. That's kind of our approach. So if you want to understand what taxation look at the tax that's not how it worked in the medieval islamic world. A colleague of mine in belgian critic. Gordon has done an enormous amount of work on a fifteenth century. Historian from cairo called democracy. So mackenzie superfund to read. He was a student even dune which makes him by our modern standards very readable unlike fun historian to re not just like a chronicler. He's like this happened when this happened. He actually takes problems and tries to dissolve them and mcleese. He spent his entire life in cairo and one of the books he wrote was a history of cairo through its ruins and in particular fatimid cairo. At one point he's talking about the pyramids. Okay so like if you live in colorado you can see the pyramids from where you are there accessible like. Everybody knew that they were there. But i'm a crazy instead of actually going to the pyramids and.

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"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Welcome to jewish his matters. I'm jason let's dig and i'm joined today by marina resto to talk about her book. The lost archive traces of caliphate in cairo synagogue and about the cairo gaza and why it matters. Marina russ stowe is the kadoorie a zilkha professor of jewish civilization in the near east and professor of near eastern studies and history at princeton university. Where she also runs. The princeton guineas alab the loss. Archive is only her. Most recent book on the cairo comienza and i'm so excited that she's able to join us to talk about it. Listen for an expansive conversation. About how what we can consider the denisa in new ways. What it tells us about the fats state in the tenth two centuries and the broader middle east and how this teaches us about how documents and records function in social as well as historical terms the cairo. Anita is repository of such immense historical value. That sometimes it's easy to just assume the ways that it's important and i'm so excited to really dig in deep with marina on these important issues and think through all the different ways in which the denisa is an important historical record an important social phenomenon and an important lens through which we can understand medieval jewish has as well as the broader context in which jews as well as their neighbors lived. Thanks for listening in high marina. Welcome to the podcast here. Thank you so much for joining us. I really had such a blast reading your book and it's wonderful to be able to talk about it and to think about the really broadly. I want to think about your starting point from the book. The book is called the lost archive. And it's interesting that you are calling the cairo an archive in part because we have this great twentieth century can use a scholar. Some of gorton. Who talked about the guineas in very different terms in the introduction to his book the mediterranean society. He specifically calls the guineas a kind of an anti archive. I was wondering if you can talk a bit about the way in which you see the news as a kind of a lost archive. And what this means to you. When we think about the way that we approach vanessa and the kinds of questions that we can ask about it and what we can learn from it so i called the book the lost ark on that. Actually the claim that i'm making isn't that they can use it self archive but rather that. It contains traces of other archives. Go was right that they use is not an archive because an archive is arranged and maintained for the purposes. Not just storage. But also a retrieval so things have to be index. They have to be organized. They have to be ordered and they have to prunes for all. Those reasons are kaiser kind of different animal whereas they can isa people were just throwing stuff has early with absolutely no expectation that things would be accessible again in that sense. It was an anti our pod. But gordon says the guineas our guy because it was basically trashy what we would call a recycling bin or something like that but the inisia- is one place where we can find evidence to reconstruct the archiving practices of estate. That didn't it's preserve archive. The fontham calif it so in other words like it'd be so great if we could just walk into a building and i don't know cairo for instance and you know see the whole art of the fontham if it laid out there like i. You have a fiscal documents and then you have the administrative documents and are arranged according to date and place. This is how we kind of expect to work what you have in. The asia is a bunch of documents that may once have been thought archives but eventually were dumped and pruned from them because if things are are preserved for the purposes of retrieval then. Something's eventually have to be pruned. Otherwise you just end up with an infinite archives in kind of bored. Acn way and the other is documents that were never intended for the archive those two types of state document against each other. You can kind of triangulate what the loss ultimate archive looked like. So that's the lost ark. That i'm referring to in the title. Yeah it's this question of how we reconstruct the past in the absence of sources or in the absence of an official repository An official repository is both really good. Because it means that you have a lot of material that you can work with an official repository also means that there may be things that don't make it in there on purpose or the get removed and so i think that part of what you're doing here is using the news as a way to think through how we can approach history really different ways. That's right this is kind of in keeping with a move that some people in my field medieval middle east history have moved towards the last decade. Which is from static. Archives to archiving practices the study. we're cutting practices. And i think there's a much much broader movement towards this which is like you have a history of the book on the one. Hand the history of archives on the other which you know. Well that's your field that when you have a sense of how texts were produced and why they were producing the material forms in which they were produced in an survived again physically. How do they survive. You can actually use them as historical source material in a much more responsible way so i think part of what historians had come to do over the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries is in a sense to get kind of lazy which is to say that we re defied archives as a kind of ready made repository store source material as opposed to understanding that the archives an accumulation of different processes obviously not all historians. Did this. but you know. I think my expectation was very much like you know. I would love to be able to walk into a building and start looking through files and then thinking retroactively about what here isn't here whereas going from the other end which is taking all the discarded material and trying to figure out what an archive would have looked like had it survived is a different story or with is in a different way. There's the archive as it was kept in the period in question and there the curatorial conventions and standards and assumptions criteria are interesting to think about it also often quite transparent and then there's the archive as it's kind of evolved over the centuries. Let's say like. I'm an eleven twelve century historian so as it evolved in a an eight hundred subsequent years. I mean if you think about about it all right. This is a place that has some of the oldest continuously operating libraries that we know of but of course the the archival material that they have in these libraries has been organized reorganized. You know dozens of times since the fourth century or or and that means that we have to start asking different questions and the afterlife archives. From how the archives were actually produced and arranged in the time period that were studying. You've talked about the ways in which we can try to understand whether or not the news. It is an archive or ways. In which archives have made their way into the vanessa and this again is a really fascinating intellectual question. And it's one that i've thought about for a long time what counts as an archive What does it mean or something to count.

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"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"The cairo. Anita is repository of such immense historical value. That sometimes it's easy to just assume the ways that it's important and i'm so excited to really dig in deep with marina on these important issues and think through all the different ways in which the denisa is an important historical record an important social phenomenon and an important lens through which we can understand medieval jewish has as well as the broader context in which jews as well as their neighbors lived. Thanks for listening in high marina. Welcome to the podcast here. Thank you so much for joining us. I really had such a blast reading your book and it's wonderful to be able to talk about it and to think about the really broadly. I want to think about your starting point from the book. The book is called the lost archive. And it's interesting that you are calling the cairo an archive in part because we have this great twentieth century can use a scholar. Some of gorton. Who talked about the guineas in very different terms in the introduction to his book the mediterranean society. He specifically calls the guineas a kind of an anti archive. I was wondering if you can talk a bit about the way in which you see the news as a kind of a lost archive. And what this means to you. When we think about the way that we approach vanessa and the kinds of questions that we can ask about it and what we can learn from it so i called the book the lost ark on that. Actually the claim that i'm making isn't that they can use it self archive but rather that. It contains traces of other archives. Go was right that they use is not an archive because an archive is arranged and maintained for the purposes. Not just storage. But also a retrieval so things have to be index. They have to be organized. They have to be ordered and they have to prunes for all. Those reasons are kaiser kind of different animal whereas they can isa people were just throwing stuff has early with absolutely no expectation that things would be accessible again in that sense. It was an anti our pod. But gordon says the guineas our guy because it was basically trashy what we would call a recycling bin or something like that but the inisia- is one place where we can find evidence to reconstruct the archiving practices of estate. That didn't it's preserve archive. The fontham calif it so in other words like it'd be so great if we could just walk into a building and i don't know cairo for instance and you know see the whole art of the fontham if it laid out there like i. You have a fiscal documents and then you have the administrative documents and are arranged according to date and place. This is how we kind of expect to work what you have in. The asia is a bunch of documents that may once have been thought archives but eventually were dumped and pruned from them because if things are are preserved for the purposes of retrieval then. Something's eventually have to be pruned. Otherwise you just end up with an infinite archives in kind of bored. Acn way and the other is documents that were never intended for the archive those two types of state document against each other. You can kind of triangulate what the loss ultimate archive looked like. So that's the lost ark. That i'm referring to in the title. Yeah it's this question of how we reconstruct the past in the absence of sources or in the absence of an official repository <hes>. An official repository is both really good. Because it means that you have a lot of material that you can work with an official repository also means that there may be things that don't make it in there on purpose or the get removed and so i think that part of what you're doing here is using the news as a way to think through how we can approach history really different ways. That's right this is kind of in keeping with a move that some people in my field medieval middle east history have moved towards the last decade. Which is from static. Archives to archiving practices the study. we're cutting practices. And i think there's a much much broader movement towards this which is like you have a history of the book on the one. Hand the history of archives on the other which you know. Well that's your field that when you have a sense of how texts were produced and why they were producing the material forms in which they were produced in an survived again physically. How do they survive. You can actually use them as historical source material in a much more responsible way so i think part of what historians had come to do over the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries is in a sense to get kind of lazy which is to say that we re defied archives as a kind of ready made repository store source material as opposed to understanding that the archives an accumulation of different processes obviously not all historians. Did this. but you know. I think my expectation was very much like you know. I would love to be able to walk into a building and start looking through files and then thinking retroactively about what here isn't here whereas going from the other end which is taking all the discarded material and trying to figure out what an archive would have looked like had it survived is a different story or with is in a different way. There's the archive as it was kept in the period in question and there the curatorial conventions and standards and assumptions criteria are interesting to think about it also often quite transparent and then there's the archive as it's kind of evolved over the centuries. Let's say like. I'm an eleven twelve century historian so as it evolved in a an eight hundred subsequent years. I mean if you think about about it all right. This is a place that has some of the oldest continuously operating libraries that we know of but of course the the archival material that they have in these libraries has been organized reorganized. You know dozens of times since the fourth century or or and that means that we have to start asking different questions and the afterlife archives. From how the archives were actually produced and arranged in the time period that were studying.

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"cairo" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled :  (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

"The government wants you on those but i think it is possible. I mean we just took the night three but we took the second collect. Achievement secorski The second class express so it nowadays. That would be a from cairo. Luxor and away second classes but eight dollars and then four dollars more if you wanted to. Asthma and i was seventeen dollars again for dollars more if you want to avalon. But if you do get the deluxe sleeper jappie so he either get a compartment for people which is like. Wow it's quite pricey eighty dollars but that does get you meals and there. It's all all these. Are ac two. I don't think they're ac back in my day. But they are now and the solo compartment would be hundred ten dollars but that also you can go all the way to as one for that same price to if you wanted. And that's what i would probably do. Maybe not that much but go all the way from as one and then get a fluke back to lecture to cairo. That's probably what i would do now but we had to go up and down for for the sydney's vs keep going back and forth to cairo. So that's why we had to backtrack a bit. And yes so. The trains leave at ramseys train station. The day expressed finds her eight pm to twelve pm. Are the sleeper that we got a some forty five. But you can also get at kiza Which is more towards the pyramid staying in city centre cairo. I mean we were so is easier. Just ramsey's train station but yeah and it's nine hours. The train Cairo to answer and another five from luxor asthma. Okay tip number two if you wanted not sure why right now but if he did want to go into a sudan from egypt than yeah there's a one once a week ferry from egypt to sit in it's on wednesdays in the other way it's mondays and i think it's about twenty or seventeen dollars for second class at twenty six dollars for for class. I don't even think there is classes when we did it. I really don't just kind of on the decks. Said we got the vip floor area. That's about it. Yeah that takes eighteen hours and then tip number three would be. Yeah you have to bargain for everything and again. I don't mean to be insulting at all time as an is but when you get a lot of the local people who work in the tourist trade. We'll always like i'll do your favorite. I'll do it while they want something in return for sure usually money or tip which fair enough but would i recommend is that you negotiate. Because they will the temp before you agree to something else. It could very confrontational of the ends of so. Gots is say get it all sorted up front. I and and bargaining is part of their culture. So that's not insulting either. And i would always say the price they say again like i you know we have more money than them general so dopey like scrooge about it but you don't also them take the piss so the price they would say i would say least get offer half that even even a third because you bargain ryan and they'll be like. Oh my god. I don't know that you're like well. No honey you just meet at a price that you're comfortable with pay no that you will always pay more than a local because that's how it works and that's fine that's cool and then it's happy it always have a sense of humor Leaves happy. so that's what. I would recommend doing for many countries but yeah especially egypt and then my tip for women. Okay yeah the sex harassment thing is annoying. You will get it..

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"cairo" Discussed on Speak On It

Speak On It

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Speak On It

"The where I'm your host to cogos. Dom I. Got Ten minutes. Tomorrow in bed with me. and. I got a couple of special guests Whitney. Let them introduce themselves. But before we do that I wanNA, make sure that you guys go on our facebook page and make sure that you share until a friend that we are live on. Make sure that you should gripe to our. Youtube Channel follow on Instagram on twitter amateur as you go ahead and listen to us on on spotify without further ado, I am going to introduce my guest and I'm going to go and start with miss Cairo person algae mentioning, tell us a loose yourself and. And which. As for having me on my name is Kyra Person I'm based in California and I do committee work. I'm CO founder of an organization called we remember and. PRIMARILY DESTROYING TO EDUCATE, folks? About Black, history. And making sure they can find ways to know their history lead themselves and by ways to give back to the community in here in the bay area. Mostly definitely want to dive right into that stuff. Talk about that. But what we're GONNA out Greta. Mystic Jeffery Benson Glen that. And just a little about self. Everyone, my name is Jeff Benson I'm from. SEAFORD Delaware. Works Heavily in the community between business politics and community advocacy. Currently. For School District Board of Education my second term and look to hear more about what everybody else is doing within their communities and how can add value a process. Great Group. Right and Mr Franklin you can go until a little bit to Seltzer. Of Franklin received from book in New, York I used to be a practicing attorney Bene- grassroots community organizer for about twenty twenty five years. I've found an organization called community builders at has six chapters throughout the country. We do what we call community organizing work primarily right now against gentrification. Police brutality. We also will be called sustainable development, which is developing cooperatives to create alternative economic enterprises that we can hopefully build a scale to support our larger black community. Thank you. Thank you. Sir I'm going to introduce my to coups Mugabe of going to the people. That even everybody just It depends on your. Paper together take down some notes and Some things that you can do to help the community This evening, we got two gentlemen young lady with is. Johnson jumps from himself just come along for. Yes near. AMD is ready to get things started man everyone knows. Get it. Right. So the first question we have for you guys is, how did you become involved in this type of work? was inspired you to continue. Working in activism in your community. We start with ladies first. So how I got started I was raised in a household social justice was the focal point. My father is from Harlem and so he was a big proponent of Malcolm x's teachings and so being raised in the bay I'm originally from San Francisco now living in Oakland home of the Black Panthers in. So not only was I being raised with the sense of pride but I'm also being in doctorate in the community that was about activism, and so those two things really molded me into really trying to. Get, back to my community, I've always been about Ancestral practices indefinitely been about giving back in touching back into our roots getting back to basics who we are as a people in. So having that spirituality having what was trying to home in being in community made me really want to dive in and continued doing community work instill that was the foundation I went to school to study journalism and the focus of that was to. Tell our stories. I believe that hearing when I was studying journalism and setting broadcast journalism, what I found in the media was that the narrative needed to change what they were, what the media was portraying about black people black community across the nation actually across the African Diaspora was incorrect in that imaging and the stories being told needed to be changed and so studied journalism went into And just continue to do the work and that's why now. I? Think that's especially, like you said, you wanted to give back and educate our black million are black people especially about the ancestors in on the spirituality. The whole spirituality of it I think that's awesome. Especially, the way that a lot of people in a time where a lot of people were searching. 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Once fallen on deaf ears, but it was a movement in the pace it I wanted to devote. So then I was like, well, I'm the loan going to complain about a situation I'm going to jump in and get all and what I, what I found and I realized, and there's a of tell everyone that encounter you don't need permission to do the right thing. In fact, the individuals if you're looking for..

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"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Cairo radio coverage stay at home do not leave your house unless it is absolutely necessary time right now for people to assume that day and everyone has been exposed to this potentially in fact Cairo radio is your first source to know and understand coronavirus is what if we had to say about making a mandatory order in our state we can't just try to speculate what may happen thirty forty sixty days from now it's it's just a few exercises chasing our tail we are pulled together become irrational and make good decisions today local impacted the social pressure kind of thing right it's not like the rocks are going out to arrest you if you don't follow it like us and our cops but I mean they're specially in Seattle when there's something that we supposed to do and your neighbor catches and not doing it it's so so much worse for effectively or superintendent of public instruction interest rates although he joins us live more likely to be installed in the fall and beyond economic impact there are growing concerns now about flights from hospital this of course he's going to have widespread consequences for our local economy but it's also one of the most extreme with stories that I think any of us have seen in our lifetimes this is certainly the biggest story of my lifetime my career had the impact on these are such precarious times I want the message to be that we are in this together and we are going to have to help each other out offline but I don't think this is government over there really don't personally well you know as I've shared he has been in an assisted living facility since last August this is a particular center in Seattle but had to patients who did test positive I'm happy to say that they're still alive and they're doing OK so anyway if my dad is listening I mean I know he tries to listen I just wanna say I love you and miss you listen at home on your smart speakers on the Cairo radio app or add my northwest dot com get updates for you here car.

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"cairo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"cairo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"cairo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"cairo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"From the Cairo radio news centers streaming on the Cairo radio at a federal court has dismissed a lawsuit by twenty one young people from the north west to claim the U. S. government's climate policies harms them and jeopardizes their future the Oregon based youth advocacy group our children's trust filed the lawsuit way back in twenty fifteen in Eugene on behalf of the youngsters CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum explains there are nine other cases like this one in other states and some in the federal system and they are now all in legal jeopardy because this case will stand as president in an area of the law that is completely undeveloped the lead attorney for our children's trust vows of the case is far from over should you be able to buy cheaper prescription drugs from Canada state lawmakers are thinking about that but a drug safety expert told them today that is dangerous the idea is to allow Washington pharmacies and hospitals to import prescription drugs from Canada Canada's prime minister Trudeau has said that this is not good for Canada Canada won't be able to create enough supply which a beer in bars after with the partnership for safe medicine says will create a new black market for counterfeit drugs it's already happened we actually had a a wave of cancer medication go for America as of today we still don't know how many people would have survived their cancer if they'd gotten real medication now this car radios Diane do filer Kyrenia real time traffic Tracey Taylor here we are let's go couple of things that are blocking right now one of which is on south when I find a border way with a crash reported blocking were also running into some slowing on north ninety five as we get closer to south center from an earlier crash as well now the right lane is blocked on northbound I. five are sorry **** south on I five as we get closer to sell center there too so pretty much the Bermuda triangle right around a thousand interchange north bound for all five easing up into Kirkland still gonna find that drive from Bellevue to ever it at about fifty two minutes in south and four oh five still locked about said ability through new castle drivers on south twenty five hit the brakes images after eighty fifth through the downtown corridor and around the west Seattle bridge you're also gonna find some slowing between highway eighteen heading out towards the club river bridge but things have cleared out nicely outside of lake what traffic brought to you by insulation in northwest to find out if your home is properly insulated call insulation northwest today for a free inspection stop wasting money and energy every month insulation northwest dot com Kyra radio real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor and here's your forecast the weather system moving in tonight will bring rain mainly rain to the lower elevations if you wet snow flakes mixed in early but once we get into tomorrow morning it will be just rain with the snow level about fifteen hundred feet I'm Cairo.

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"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Centers streaming on the Cairo radio at do I think they may do something yes and they will likely regret it US defense secretary mark asper earlier and now it appears the US military has launched a missile strike in a rock the strikes appeared to be retaliation for an attack against the U. S. embassy in Baghdad on Tuesday tonight Iraqi state TV is reporting that among the people killed is Qassem Soleimani A. revered Ronnie in general and one of that country's most powerful military leaders he's considered by the you asked to be a terrorist that CBS is Margaret Brennan even with beefed up security there been too violent incidents in and around the king county courthouse in the past two weeks a three hundred thirty pound repeat felon allegedly yank the front doors off the court house to get into the third Avenue lobby he ran off and was arrested about a block away and a suspect with a history of assaulting police punched a woman in the nose that happened just across the street from the courthouse he's now in jail for assault next Tuesday the city of shoreline opens a new court aimed at fixing the problems of offenders whose personal troubles keep getting them into trouble with the law king county judge Joe Compagnia will preside intro lines new community corners a number of therapeutic courts that we operate like the mental health court there's a regional veterans court there is a drug court and the community court is kind of along the same lines he says courts that provide additional social services often keep the public safe for while cutting court hospital and police costs in a move to protect kids from the temptation of vaping the trump administration today announced a ban on flavored products including meant fruit and desserts we're going to protect our families were going to protect our children in order to protect the industry Washington state already has a temporary ban on flavors including menthol which is not covered in the federal plan governs least expected to ask the state legislature to make our band permanent county schools in fire districts are among those filing challenges to this dates new plan to reduce timber sales because it means their share of state logging profits will be reduced lawsuit claims the cuts will harm critical public services and could lead to job losses let's go to Cairo radio real time traffic how we live in Tracy Taylor season flashing lights on the side eighty fourth on self but I. five into coma but we're still pretty busy anyway on south twenty five from the king Pierce county line heading out to the few all of a bridge is still touching the brakes on with a sixteen out there will watch it you're going to find the valley freeway to be a little rough out for twenty fourth now drivers are still hit the brakes on that north found the five drive especially through the convention center starting to see some improvement getting into parts of ever however I just clicked on the forty first scams I'm not sure for just tired of getting up to the highway to interchange or there might be something blocking there were also looking at a line up on north and four oh five approaching the valley freeway to the maple valley highway that was an earlier crash there that was blocking it's off to the shoulder now it's still a little bit of a distraction Seattle fire saying they're in the scene of the twenty one hundred block of north thirtieth street where they had to extricate two occupants from a three car crash they're being transported now to the hospital and you're still going to run into a wreck at dell region Webster also Northgate and Roosevelt and the other crashes at a hundred and thirtieth and between at.

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"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"cairo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The Cairo radio news centers streaming on the Cairo radio at we're now learning more about what happened before that fatal crash that took the life of the Pierce county deputy this weekend as Cairo seven TV's Kevin McCarty reports a twenty two year old man who had attacked his little sister was apparently high on drugs and was fighting through being tased by two deputies and even fighting with a police dog investigators say he attacked the canine used to try and subdue inputting the dog in a headlock chokehold and laid on top of them the animal later had to be revived sure spokesman detective ed Troyer says the violence of the situation was the reason the twenty five year old Tyson was trying to get to the scene as quickly as possible we provide some was on the way he was going to be the back up to help the deputy up was out this call and unfortunately we know that he didn't make it any loss of life deputy dies in crash into a building on his way to that scene to help he leaves behind a pregnant wife and their three year old son now that CEO Dennis Wallenberg is out families of crash victims say Boeing needs to overhaul its culture before the flying public feel safe Michael Simmons daughter died when the seven thirty seven MAX crashed in Ethiopia he says others on Boeing's board also need to be held accountable order really quick and may preside over any erosion of the safety culture and so this has to go beyond Wallenberg the Max has been grounded worldwide since March aviation analyst Richard Oppel office as Boeing is still struggling to get approval to start flying the plane again America Merrill Lynch came out today saying may would be a reasonable date of course several airlines started saying may or June terms of putting it back to their schedule so I think it's anyone's guess but hopefully we'll get some new guidance from the new CEO put his name on it board chairman David Calhoun is going to take over on January thirteenth if you are one of the hundreds of thousands of drivers who got a late notice about your car tabs and you haven't renewed here is some advice from a state trooper we always appreciate politeness and honesty is always the best policy you may or may not get a citation but it's always best to be honest because of last month's vote to lower card has the state licensing department was ready to send those December notices with the lower rates but then that court decision to lay them so they had to recalculate and then the reminders went out late but authorities say it's still up to you to know when your tabs are expiring and postal workers are busy delivering eight hundred billion packages this holiday season course this is primetime for porch pirates but CBS's Nora o'donnell tells us about how one woman foiled a thief the message is clear in Glendale California a quick thinking woman caught one in the act Shannon Brandon's call shame the would be thief and he meekly returned her neighbors package and if you can't remember to be naughty or nice just a reminder there are cameras everywhere.

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