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Fresh update on "cambodia" discussed on Shiloh Truelight Church
"Show us the things that we need in how we need to live our life. He will give us the knowledge to do those things. But i don't believe that you'll see a righteous person living a slothful life sentence back. Just saying we'll gobs going to take care of me. I don't believe that will be the case at all. Where four if god so clothes the grass of the field which is today which today is tomorrow's cast them to the of and shall he not much more closed g. o. e. little fade. Have faith in him. What he's saying therefore take no thought what you shall lead or what you drank or wherewithal. Shall you be closed for after these things to the gentile. Seek for your heavenly father noah that you have need of all of these things he knows what we have need on and he will give them to us. Listen carefully to these next versus but seek ye first the kingdom of god saiki. I let that be first. And foremost what we're seeking and his righteousness seeking the kingdom of god and righteousness of that is where we what we need to be seeking and striving for righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you. Promise of god. The words of jesus christ do you believe it. I believe it. I know that. I believe i have seen these very things. Take place in people's lives the where they didn't put the things of this world is being. They're gone they were. They were successful in life according to man but more so they have been able to be successful spiritually. And that's the thing that we should be looking for. And that's what he's look. See ye first the kingdom of god and his righteousness see cambodia and all of these things. Then we'll be added to. You will be given to you. Take their for no thought for the mar for the mara for take off for the for the things of itself sufficient unto the day is the evil they're off. Don't let the things the evil things of this world. Come in and destroy you. But being worn with him and take no thought for all the flags. Don't be looking out ahead as james said he says. Don't be saying if we go. We're gonna go into this town and we're going to do us and dustin thus gain but he said during this way he says if it be god's will we will do that. It is god's will we will do this this and then seek him and his righteousness..
Love Without Martinis With Chantal Jauvin
"Hello chantale thank you for coming. To the addicted mine podcast. I'm excited to talk about your book. Love without martinis but before we start. I wanna know a little bit about you and your story and how you got to this book. Hello dwayne thank you very much for having me on the show so i said my initial apologize and i come from canada so you will have a little french accent here and there. I currently reside in philadelphia. My career has been mostly as an attorney. It's been a lot of fun. I've had the opportunity to work and live in places. Such as cambodia and russia and vienna. Because i've practiced international trade law and then financial services in my last position was with western union general counsel which is what brought me to the. Us their head office is in denver. Colorado and eventually became general counsel and was moved to you their head office beautiful place denver awesome. Wow so you've been all over at all kinds of experiences and started this journey of recovery somehow and and got there so tell me a little bit about your story and how that all evolved and what went on and got this book. Yeah my journey of recovery. Actually i started by meeting the man that i fell in love with. That would eventually become my husband. He also was working at your western union and he was the president of western union. We were both working in denver. Fortunately he left the company and our friendship was able to bloom and your romance recycling together motorcycling and decided that we wanted to have a new fresh start together
Fresh update on "cambodia" discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Shall we say challenging time known as the pandemic ladies and gentlemen. Please put your hands together and thank you so much Let's start with the question. We always late show which is in this time where everybody thinks influence. All claims to be an influencer or is even getting paid to influenced by showing that buck cheeks. Who is somebody. Who has influenced you guys that way in the context of leadership that we might not know we might not think of. Maybe you've never even heard of who some years really influenced your guys around leadership you know. It's interesting because i'm on. My very first bosses was named gary creighton. And i he apob out of a phd program. That i was working on and said. Hey you wanna come do this For real instead of studying leadership you're gonna come be a leader and worked for me So he was trying to do innovative things around self directed work teams back in the day when that was all hot. And what was i found was so interesting about gerry was he was consistently pushing the envelope. Doing really innovative things with his team in field organizations wasn't hr guy he was. It was running a sales team call centers. Who's doing all of that. But he was not doing what this variety he was. Not doing what everybody else was doing. So these programs. We're rolling out. He'd say what would you think about. If i did a pilot about this and it would be the opposite and but he was doing it in such a politically correct way that he was getting away with it and so i learned from him was really. How do you be an intra penaar. You know how do you push the envelope. How do you think about things differently and do it. In a way that you're still going to get the respect that you need get things don get the resources that you need and so he would do. Some really innovative things like heat. The one of the first things. He did my first week on the job. He said okay. So hey you director of sales. Hey you direct customer service. Hey you can't hurt doing the hr thing you're gonna come together but guess what all of your bonuses are all tied together and that was unprecedented at the time. And he's so you're either going to succeed or not and that that pilot we knocked results out of anybody else in the doing the work that we're doing but we had a lot of conflict along the way you know we had to. We had to figure it out because we cared about bonuses so if you put that into into a nut show. What was the big lesson from him. I think the big lesson was. I pushed the envelope. Just don't even have your corporate. Don't just do what as always been done and know the importance of getting other people on board with your ideas. Formula's learner goule. What about you. David well i would. I was going to go with gary as well. But i think i've been changed since karen with gary And i'm going to go with a miller. Jane was It's been a ceo of a number of different food companies. Vp hines europe. But most recently she run. She's the ceo for lilies sweet. So they do You know less sugar chocolates and things like but she was a mentor of mine. Many many years ago and i from leadership coaching perspective. And i was working through as a mid level manager working through some challenges and looking for answers and i felt if i just found the right set of approaches i would have the influence i wanted. I would have the breakthroughs that i needed to get and finally about four sessions end. She said right. Stop we're done. There's no technique there's no strategy here. There's you know everything you need to know. You just need to have the confidence to lead step out and do what needs to be done and if you will do that she said my suspicion is things will fall in line. And you're going to see the results that you're after. And she was absolutely right. And with that encouraged. When i was able to take those steps so have the confidence to do what needs to be done and not always looking for just the right. Perfect solution was a key takeaway for me from her. Then that's cool and you know the challenge becomes his just have confidence is like well. Just believe in yourself. Love yourself okay. I'm loving myself. It's not working. I mean it's like these things become cliche. You know what i mean. So what was the practicality of that. Because i hate those cliches because a lot of people makes people end up feeling inadequate. Because they're like well. I don't know how to have the confidence. I don't have the obviously so for and i think you have to be contextual at these things for me now it was. My lack of confidence was coming from the the belief that i had that i was missing something right and so for her to say from an elevated more senior more experienced position at that time in my career to say you're not lacking anything you have everything you need and if anything the only technique you're missing is say ask for what you need. Ask for what you want. Say this is. What i believe is the right solution. This is what i wanna do. I'm not looking for anybody else to have to contribute a particular wait. This is what needs to happen if you'll do that. I'll bet you see the results. So the practical thing there was one. I wasn't missing anything to say this and see what happens. That's what happened very cool now before we get into the whole thing around the book and and craze cultures which is a fascinating subject and encouraging. Everybody stay with us. Because it's really very cool. I really wanna talk about another side of what you guys are doing. Because i spoke about it briefly in the intro. Which is you'll philanthropic initiatives winning wells building clean. Water wells for the people of cambodia. At if if you as the listener beurre haven't been to cambodia. It is a need just incredibly beautiful country. In my experience. I was that the people were magnificent. The warmth the kindness the history. I mean aside from pulp and kamala rouge which a lot of people today don't know about but aside from that and previously being a communist country the history of things like anchor wotton anchor. Tom and all these people are watching. Like what's that. Just go google if seen in movies right. It's been movies been horror movies. Speeding history movies is very cool. Tell us about that. Initiative of of wells in cambodia and. Why cambodia because you know africa needs wells right. Yeah so it was interesting so we were doing. We were talking with our friends. Scott friedman who runs a company called or nonprofit called together we can change the world and we will work talking with him about going on a trip to cambodia to really experience. A two. we could do to help. And he was about all the different ways that you can help and he said well we've got win. We've got wells. You could build wells and we had just released a book called winning well. So i'm like oh we can. We could spill winning wells. And so it's it's it's been interesting. We have over one hundred winning wells in the ground so far and had an opportunity to go visit them. And i will tell you. We had the same experience beautiful human beings and having been through so much and having so little the level of generosity that spirit of hey. Let me climb my mango tree. And get you a mango. Because i want to say thank you for this. Well that kind of thing just was totally warmed our hearts and Talk a little bit about why cambodia versus some of the other areas you know. It's you can boil the ocean right but there is choosing a place to make an impact in white cambodia have that attachment for our hearts for all the reasons you said but historically it is a country that has been really suffered a lot of abuse from the rest of the world from all of its neighbors internally as you mentioned the civil war and pol pot and everything and if there are people in the world who have a right to be embittered they would be to the people of cambodia. Yeah and that was not our experience. in seville much love in generosity of spirit and as he said of just so beautiful and it's a The power of when you're trying to do good in the world to be able to leverage the good that you're doing And make the most impact you can and clean. Water is one of those ways. It has such a transformative leveraged impact on people from their health and wellness to their economics..
How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa
"Stories that make up how to pronounce focus on character struggling to find their bearings in unfamiliar territory or shuttling between idioms cultures and values a failed boxer discovers what it truly means to be a champion when he starts painting nails at his sister salon. A young woman tries to discern the invisible immutable. Social hierarchies at a chicken processing plant. A mother coaches her daughter in the challenging art of worm harvesting in todd. Visceral pro style. That establishes her as one of the most striking and assured voices of her generation. Tonka interrogates what it means to make a living to work and to create meaning so at the top like this is a story. A collection of stories about the lao refugee diaspora and laos is a country is adjacent to vietnam. But it's southeast asian like block. That wasn't solved the the vietnam war and because of that were the source of a lot of refugees along with vietnam. Cambodia that came from that area in the seventy s sixty seventies. Yeah it was like The sixties and seventies laos is the only landlocked country in southeast asia. Like you said it. Borders vietnam also borders thailand and is also the most heavily bombed country in all of history in terms of country size and population and most of that is from americans and a lot of the bombs that were dropped. Not all of them have detonated so every year. There is a lot of casualties from these from these bombs. So yeah western colonization and meddling has definitely you. I don't know what else to say.
How Three Women Re-Wrote the Story of War
"Before the vietnam war there was a law that banned women from reporting on the front lines of any war for the us. When president johnson refused to officially declare a state of war in vietnam in opening appeared no ban a handful of pioneering women bought one way tickets into the battlefield they had no editors no health insurance and little or no formal training reporter elizabeth becker former washington post war correspondent in cambodia and then npr's foreign editor and then national security correspondent for the new york. Times has just published. You don't belong here. How three women rewrote the story of war. Chronicling catherine lewa a french. Photojournalist franky fitzgerald an american long form journalist and author and kate webb in australian combat reporter elizabeth. Welcome to on the media will thank. You broke his great to be with you. I wanna start with where you started. You give your initial experience very short shrift. When asked why did you cross the ocean to cover a war. When you're so young you said the short answer was a nightmare. I was all too keen to leave behind. My masters adviser had rejected my thesis on the bangladesh war of independence after. I refused to sleep with him and he said one wasn't related to the other. Just tell me what happened. This was nineteen seventy two and there weren't that many women in graduate school and he made a move. And i said no. He pressed on and i said no he rejected. The thesis. said. I had to work harder on it. Then resisted any idea that one related to the other. That even made a pass at me. So you know you're young enough that you think that you have your whole life ahead of you and wary enough that i said i'm not leaving my life in this guy's
The Friendliest Countries
"Is a fun episode. I'm not really sure it'll be on your list and guys this is why specifically. I'm gonna ask you to give us your list on instagram at extra packing peanuts. Let us know the from these countries because this is a term that can mean a lot of things with a lot of people and it's very dependent on your specific experiences in those countries right. Because you know everyone's going to have different experiences that was. That's what's fun about traveling. Someone could go to a country. That's there's someone aspect or i didn't. I didn't see this that friendly. It's because you're obviously having your own unique experiences. I have an honorable mention. Okay and i want this be on the list. And but i'm just gonna put on mention and then move on and maybe talk about a little later but australia. It's on my list. It's pretty high at my awesome perfect and then we can get into australia than that. Yeah we'll get into that okay. Cool well then here. We go each have five. We're gonna countdown again. We always tell you we. When we do the list episodes. I don't know how she doesn't know my so. There might be some crossover. I don't know what's on harris or where it is. She doesn't mind so and you always lead it off ladies first number five. My number five is cambodia. And i have to say that. This is because of one person individually the nicest human. We have ever met dr as. I have said this multiple times on other podcasts. that is boondi and there are other people in cambodia who are really nice too but boondi was driver the very first time that we went to cambodia and you know we have since seen him again. When we've been we've connection on social media you know we're facebook friends. He is one of the loveliest people we've ever met in the world and so therefore cambodia has to be on my list. Yeah he's the i will say. This is the nicest person i've met ever traveling. And i debate putting cambodia on the only reason i didn't was because we haven't had that much experience with a lot of other people. They're the people we have have been super friendly so again. This comes down to like. What are you considering. You know this gut reaction again. It was harder for me to make this list i think. Then he'll is the nicest human we have ever met and the gentlest soul. We've ever met and an absolutely phenomenal individual. That many of you listening. If you've been to cambodia and been to see him reap have used him as a driver before based on us recommending him and he is. Everyone has come back and said. Oh my gosh everything you say about plenty is completely true and you probably even under sell like i. I can't believe how nicest guy so if you go to see him reap. We have a post on our website. One extra peanuts take the two minutes to find it. Get his number and e-mail boondi you will be. It's the best two to three minutes you could ever because he will make your experience. Incredible and I can't wait for the day. That we get to see him and his wife and his family again because they are absolutely lovely people My number five. And i'm going to stay in that same region carry on because i put thailand on and i also have talent on my list but yeah we'll talk about it now just different cultures different people but a lot of similarities. Because you're in the same region and you know it's called the land of smiles and we have spent more time in thailand than than most other countries that we've been to and we have more people there just because the way we've traveled through. And you know everyone is just. They're just happy to to be a lot like there's a there's a happiness that permeates that culture where you could have someone who in our is you know is poor and and has job. Maybe we wouldn't want to do or something like that. And he's sitting on a boat cutting up pineapple as we're on a on a little trip out to this island and he's just smiling so big because he's just on a boat cutting pineapple and it's delicious and we're having a good time because reverend good time. This guy's having a good time. So thailand just overarching. -ly deserves its name. The land of smiles. yeah. I definitely agree with that. It's higher on my list. It's number two and every time we've been to thailand which has been quite a few times as trump said. We spent a lot of time there. One full month just in chiang mai meeting type people. They're always so friendly and we went to tie wedding. not uninterested. area was our friends hometown and we didn't know that many people there because it was her family and her friends of her family was huge. Like two hundred plus people. Everybody was so friendly than we actually went out after the wedding with some of her closest friends and it was just such an experience. Yeah we we've met so many wonderful friendly people thailand okay. So thailand's you're number two. But what's your number four my number four co stabby guy So we have been in costa rica now for two and a half months which is one of the longest times we've ever spent in another country. Of course right. I think this is the longest continuous. We've ever been in another country other than when we lived in japan. Yeah i think so and that being said everyone here is really friendly. And we don't wanna leave. I mean the eighty five and sunny and paul has to do with it. But the i mean all that's great but the people as everyone who's traveled knows. Yeah the people make the travel experience what it is and from the day we got here even actually before we got here. I was looking for a babysitter hours in like this. Tamarind facebook group like so many people are sending me. Hey this person that person you know. I was like wow. Everyone seems really really helpful. And then we got here and not only are people helpful. But they're just overly nice and same thing like heff foster her watch in the ocean and we put a thing on that facebook group again and saying. Hey we lost his watch and all these people were tagging this other guy who like two weeks before said he founded apple. Watch wasn't the same one but you know just random strangers are like trying to help us get this. And that's just the strangers. That's not even the amazing people that we've really bond with probably a lot of ex- ex- goes yeah but all the all of the local costa rican people who are called tikos yep. They are so friendly from the guard. Who is at our condo. Who the hell on how who speaks very little english but is so kind and so lovely and is so engaged with our children like it's the point where like of course we're we're walking a lot more leaving we're walking and he says hello you know like pure vida and what's up my friend but then even in the car leaving and he wants to come over to the car and we put the windows down he talks to the kids. The kids pounds. He is just wonderful. And that's just one person mean our nannies. Here are costa rica and they are lovely and so wonderful and having vitus to a birthday party and bring the kids crafts in toys for them to play on just like welcome us into their lives and it's just yet people are great. It's really nice very welcoming community and yet to the point that wit sometimes wakes up in the morning and he goes. Where's on hell is on l. out at the You know out at the entrance. Where the fords. I don't know we'll run out there to go find on l. First thing in the morning. So yeah i i'm with you. Costa rica definitely a magical place. And i think that when it don't look at my most are looking for the audio heather is blatantly. My list is off. The table have looked at his list. And so i followed and wear his vision by number four. I mean i guess at this point rica on your list and you just tell my number four interest. My number four is one. That i'm not sure i was happy to have this on the list. Because i'm not sure. It's going to make your list or nine and this and australia are very similar to me. In the way that the people like to just enjoy life and that is ireland. Okay yeah i know what. That's a good thought. That's a really is not on my list kind of forgot we went. There wasn't the first gut reaction country to be on my list. But when i looked at a map usually you and i will look at a map just to just kind of spur some inspiration and i pulled up the map when i was going through and i was looking at europe like spain. People are pretty nice. Portugal was really cool. Italy annex saw ireland and mike ireland. Yeah like to me some of the experience. We have an ireland per personify friendliness. Like they just want to have a crack right crack meaning a good time so you know irish are known for wanting to just have a good time. There was plenty of nights. We'd be sitting in pubs. Music would start flowing. People were talking like again. There is really open. Friendly and enj- enjoying life
Amid 'historic' rollout, UN vaccine project faces some delay
"Let's hope the global vaccines promoter says the U. N. vaccine project faces some delays Seth Berkley off Gabby the vaccine alliance of knowledge is the Rhode Island has gone slower than expected in some places because of issues with shipping and approval but he says ultimately older sis will be made available Buckley a leader of the project to deploy code with nineteen vaccines to needy people in both rich and poor countries has acknowledged pickups in the Kovacs budget doing an update about his distribution plans meanwhile millions of doses are expected to arrive in Angola Cambodia Congo and Nigeria monkey new momentum for the program I'm Charles de Ledesma
A Big Dose Of Perspective With Jack Kornfield
"Jack. Great to see you and thank you for coming Great pleasure thank you. Dan also for having me. It's time when we. I think we need to all come together and use our best wisdom and understanding of how to navigate. I completely agree and so let me. Just start with your mind. What are you doing to stay even in your own mind. Of course i meditate some but more importantly arrested in place that has a lot of spaciousness in it and a kind of trust. I'm old enough at age. Seventy five to have seen revolutions. Common go and difficulties arise in pass. Have and i also see that. There's i guess it was martin. Luther king talked about the moral arc of the universe being long but advance toward justice. I see that there's ways that systems also regulate themselves so whether it's the pandemic that we are in the throes of that is really causing enormous amount of suffering and loss whether it's the political disruptions in the capital and otherwise were just the calls for racial and economic justice that we needed for so long. I feel we're in a evolutionary process with its fits and starts. And i think about people like one gary mata who won the nobel prize for the greenbelt in east africa. She started by planning one to ten. Twenty fifty trees got other people to do. It eventually was thrown in prison on. I think that's a requirement for nobel peace laureates mostly And ended up planning fifty one million trees in changing a lot of the face to be africa or or or ellen sirleaf in manga bowie also nobel prize winners who said their country. Liberia used to be known for its child. Soldiers in had these terrible civil wars and now it's known for its women leaders and so there is some way in which just as the green sprouts come up through the cement in the sidewalk. There's something about life in. it's also the human heart that wants to renew itself. And so i rest back in kind and loving awareness to say yes. Let me turn my gaze away from the from the needs suffering the things to respond but also to hold it in a much bigger context justice. I agree that universe in the world is breathing. And that's how i keep my mind on a good day not the mean. There are bad days a bad moments but mostly my heart is pretty peaceful but you know there are things. I get a call from my daughter. Dad you know. This terrible thing is happening. At the nonprofit she runs for getting asylum for all people whose lives are endangered. What do i do our calls from dear friends. Oh my family has covid. So i'm deeply touched by these things and responding. Sometimes they really affect me. And i can feel the pain of it. You know or give worried but with all of that. There's a rounded a field of loving awareness of spaciousness entrust. That gives a much bigger picture and there. I'm just going on back away trying to answer your question and also spread out a little bit. When i was a monk training in the forest monasteries in southeast asia as a buddhist monk the main forest temple i lived was in a province adjoining. Both laos in cambodia was during the war in vietnam and laos cambodia. So we would see fighter jets going overhead and bombers and you know in some of the branch monasteries you could even see flashes from the from the bombs and people would come visit us. I had friends who were working in. Vietnam laos people that i knew as i had been working on medical teams in that ray calm river valley saying what are you doing sitting on your you know. There's a war to stop. There's things we need to do and my teacher would say. This is the place where we stop the war.
Is Celtics rookie Payton Pritchard the real deal?
"Pritchard. We didn't talk about him off standing. So Erin nice, that's kind of missing in action right now. But pain Pritchard. Well, Jeff teague's been struggling mightily zero shot makes in the last two games comes out and has five straight shots to start this game drilling d3s Hitting off the catch dumps in the lane assisting to the big man. It kind of gets in there under the big trees and dishes a little dumpster Rob and others down they're dead. To be a backup point guard and it's looking like right now. And you sound excited that's not good for any length including to his like these aren't good signs of a contending team because you know, we don't know if this is going to bridge the gap enough for Cambodia that Gap. You know, what though? I'll save me a reason we expect but here's the thing. You gotta pay. Maybe it takes Jeff Teague got a you guys got so excited about Jeff Teague opening night guys who guys who are drafted where Pritchard is drafted where Robert Williams was drafted. You're lucky if they're still in the league in a few years. Okay, the the bus rate is very high there. So to get a serviceable pro at that point in the draft is a massive Victory and Richard is actually a viable backup point guard in the NBA. That's a that's a home run at that point in the draft. Even if Williams Williams tonight played one of his best all Around games in a bit but if Williams is able to give you 15 to 20 minutes as a backup big and you're not terrified to leave them on the court in certain situations. Like they were during the playoffs last year. That's also a huge win. You know, those guys aren't putting over the hump, but you need to hit with some of those so it's good to have those guys too. It's just relying on information Pritchard. This is the second time in three nights. He's led the bench in minutes long. That's kind of scary. He went the team and plus minus tonight. So like, you know, it's twice and three games. He's played more than he's played more minutes than anybody on the
Trump wants $2,000 coronavirus stimulus check
"The covert 19 relief check going to Americans. Congress approved $600 checks in the bill passed this week. The president wants to more than double that he made this announcement in a video released on social media Tuesday night. Throughout the summer, Democrats cruelly blocked covert relief legislation in an effort to advance their extreme left wing agenda and influence the election. Then, a few months ago, Congress started negotiations on a new package to get urgently needed help to the American people. It's taken forever. However, the bill they are now planning to send back to my desk is much different than anticipated. It really is a disgrace. For example, among the more than 5000 pages in this bill, which nobody in Congress has red because of its length and complexity. It's called the covert Relief Bill. It has almost nothing to do with covert. This bill contains $85.5 million for assistance to Cambodia, $134 million to Burma $1.3 billion for Egypt and the Egyptian military, which will go out and buy almost exclusively Russian military equipment, $25 million for democracy and gender programs in Pakistan. $505 million to believes Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama $40 million for the Kennedy Center in Washington, D C, which is not even open for business $1 billion for the Smithsonian and an additional $154 million for the National Gallery of Art. Likewise, these facilities are essentially not open $7 million for Reef Fish management $25 million to combat Asian carp $2.5 million to count the number of amberjack fish. In the Gulf of Mexico a provision to promote the breeding of fish in federal hatcheries, $3 million in poultry production technology $2 million to research the impact of down trees. $566 million for construction projects at the FBI. The bill also allows stimulus checks for the family members of illegal aliens, allowing them to get up to $1800. Was each this is far more than the Americans were given. Despite all of this wasteful spending, and much more than $900 billion package provides hardworking taxpayers with only $600 each in relief payments and not enough money is given to small businesses. And in particular restaurants whose owners have suffered so grievously. They were only given a deduction for others to use in business there restaurant for two years, this two year period must be withdrawn, which will allow the owners to obtain financing and get their restaurants back in condition. Congress contaminated at a much later date, but two years is not acceptable. It's not enough. Congress found plenty of money for foreign countries, lobbyists and special interests while sending the bare minimum to the American people who needed. It wasn't their fault. It was China's fault, not their fault. I'm asking Congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low $600. $2000 or $4000 for a couple. I'm also asking Congress to immediately get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary items from this legislation and to send me a suitable bill or else the next administration will have to deliver a covert relief package. And maybe that administration will be me and we will get it done. Thank you very much. Statement recorded by
"cambodia" Discussed on Dictators
Interview With Prof. James McGaugh
"By guests. Today's professor james mcgill. Who is imminent is professor of neural. Biology and behavior accused of california. Irvine he is so so fellow at the centre for the biology of learning and memory. Belkin jim hello there. I want to start with all the papers. Entitled making lasting memories remembering the significant invite you say although forgetting the common fate of most of experiences much evidence indicates that emotional arousal and kansas. The story of memories. The served to create selectively lost memories of other more important experiences. You said that. Europe biological systems mediating emotional arousal at memory are very closely linked before we get into a gym I wondered if you sort of a- define memory a little bit and You know cambodia. Understanding of memory changed overtime. Booby beckon understanding of what we mean by emory. Now all right memory is something that we infer from individualism from animals. All we ever see is behavior and on the basis of behavior we make inferences that that ah prior experience produce some kind of change in the in this case the brain of the animal or the human such that they can behave differently and we make inferences that are memory processes underlying the change in behavior. Now the the function of memory is to allow us to behave. If we didn't have memory we would be just like vegetables We're able to have an experience. Remember that experience and change or are repeat our behavior on the basis of that experience in order to survive so memory is a fundamental set of abilities that aid in our survival. Right right he also. That's disagree to think about it. So clearly for animals For memory to their behavior but in the case of cubans Couldn't be actually say Y be mean by memory of a of a potentially a a large set of data that you get used to define memory right. Oh a larger set setup data the inferences the same. If i watch you play for example i can make inferences about your ability to change your behavior on the basis of experience. And that's all i have and the case of of yourself. I presume that you learn to speak language. Now if i observed you when you're a child i could see the process of your acquiring the language rep all of the things that we do are based on experiences that then causes to change our behavior in response to the experience and and scientists what we try to do is to figure out what happens in the brand that enables that change in behavior or the repeat of behavior which is based on the experience. And it's same end for intro process that we use when talking about human behavior as when we're talking about animal behavior so so both tactically james so suppose i say You know i saw x. right Says i'm talking short term memory eight. I saw last wednesday on steeped. Why you know. I'm sort of not relating Something from from the past That i guess. I dead point. Would you say i m make an inference or i am actually Member memorizing. you're you're using information i would. I have to make the inference at. That's based on memory and of course it is because there isn't any other way to explain your ability to do that but you're just using the information that you acquired a previous time in order to affect your behavior at this time and that's that's what memory does it allows us to use experiences in order to to change our behavior to make it appropriate for the moment
"World's loneliest elephant" arrives to new home
"Share was the back of sand Friday to send off and elephants she spent years trying to rescue from poor living conditions. The 36 year old Asian elephant name to von Will be airlifted to Cambodia, the American goddess a pop plans to meet him on the other side in Cambodia, where the bull elephant will settle into his new home with three female elephants as companions. The singer played a key role in his release, hiring a legal team to advocate for his freedom. His transfer is the result of an animal rights campaign to resettle the loneliest Elefant kept chained up for 27 years. At the Islamabad Zoo.
'World's loneliest elephant' Kaavan starts trip to Cambodia
"Command dubs the world's loneliest elephant after languishing alone for years in a Pakistanis who is ready for his flight to a century in Cambodia and the much needed company of other elephants the mammoth task of getting him into a metal box for transport took several outlets perhaps the most crucial step in rescuing him from the diet conditions he's lived in for thirty five years following the loss of his nation twenty twelve command would spend his days throwing his head from side to side a sign of boredom and misery in an elephant's Martin bell is a spokesman for full polls international finally after many of them American singer and actress Cher also arrived in Islamabad last week following her long standing efforts to raise awareness about rescuing coupon from the suit shares animal welfare group free the wild has worked with full force to relocate Kavon and mission that's cost about four hundred thousand dollars I'm Sarah Bassett
Kaavan, the world's loneliest elephant, is finally going free
"The world's loneliest elephant is going to a new home this weekend. NPR's James to Beck reports that animal where welfare advocates are getting ready to escort the elephant from Pakistan to an animal sanctuary in Cambodia, Animal rights activists say Cove on the elephant has been horribly mistreated. For the last 35 years. He's languished in a Pakistani zoo. His longtime companion died eight years ago. After years of campaigning, Coven is finally being allowed to leave. Martin Bauer of the Group four Paws says Chavan is ready because elephants can be quite stubborn. But yes, showed goodwill and he's a good boy. And yes, all these fun and it looks very promising that we can leave Pakistan on Sunday. Veterinarians air going along for the plane ride to Cambodia, and when he gets there, Coven will have three female elephant companions. He's also expected to get a visit from his most high profile advocate, actress and pop icon share. James do back NPR news and this
Navajo COVID Surge, Native Veterans Honored, and Biden Win Heralded
"The national native news antonio gonzales the navajo department of health is warning residents of uncontrollable spread of covid nineteen and thirty four communities on the reservation navajo leaders and health professionals are urging residents to take precautions and stay home. The tribe has been hit hard by covid nineteen and saw the first wave peak in the spring strict measures including mandatory mask. Orders curfews and lockdowns are credited to numbers dropping in the summer and fall but his cases start to rise navajo leaders and health officials. Say they're prepared to take extreme action to help prevent the surge from surpassing the first one. Dr jill jim director of the navajo department of health during a virtual town hall this week says many of the cases have been linked to large gatherings and travel off the reservation as we were in many those were at our highest peak in may and at that time. Any what we. Experience is a complete shutdown for a number of much the tribes shutdown government offices and things like that but living in with kobe. Nineteen has teens and perception of how we need to respond has detained. But i'm bill what we experience in on. You never know we might have to do. Extreme mitigation listeners. On to ensure that we stop the spread of covid nineteen so and that will impact our healthcare system as of wednesday the total number of positive covid nineteen cases on the navajo nation. Where twelve thousand. Eight hundred and eighteen native veterans. Were honored wednesday. Virtual events were streamed online including a program to mark the completion of the national native american veterans memorial in washington dc mel sheldon councilman of the tulalip tribes. Who served in vietnam kicked off. The event recognizing veterans for their service. When i got back from vietnam. I was very proud to be a veteran. I was a helicopter pilot at nineteen. We flew in near cambodia and into cambodia and we should as best as we could coming home talking to other veterans knowing that we had done our job. It was a proud tradition for a lot of veterans coming. Home was not always easy and it was. The powwows are tribal communities. Put their arms around us to make us feel proud. Tampa's become hold again as those it were in combat. They were changed in a way that we could help them. He'll help them recover. The memorial is on the grounds of the national museum of the american indian it open to the public on wednesday and recognizes native veterans on a national level. Joe biden is making plans to take over. The federal government is president in preparing for his cabinet. Even as president trump fights the election and has not conceded. The biden harris transition team was announced this week and includes native americans. Kevin washburn chickasaw janey. Hip chickasaw in chris. James eastern band of cherokee washburn law professor and dean and is a former federal official hips leader in native american agriculture and has worked in washington. Dc james has held positions in the federal government and leads a national native economic development organization biden harris transition teams will review agencies to help with the smooth transfer of power tribal leaders and directors of national native organizations across the country recognizing the biden harris projected win and are prepared to move forward with the next administration this week. The alaska federation of natives released a statement of congratulations and said the af looks forward to working with the teams and seeing the new administration's initiatives next year. The national congress of american indians in a statement. Saturday said it looks forward to working with the team to ensure indian country priorities are addressed. I antonio's gonzales.
Episode 11: Derek
"Beautiful people from diverse backgrounds from all sexual orientations To buy types and hide one woman as a beautiful birth mark on his face and she's been so she's been beautiful to wadsworth. Watcher transformed be more confident and more accepting and more Embracing a herself. Yes our productivity ten amman. Enzi and you you come here to be models but you really leave. Pretend being leader. That's what we feel what we're offered them opportunities to be stronger. Braver mma confident and and be able to adjust and adapt and leave your own lives and the lives that you the people in the community you impact.
They Call Us The Donut King
"Low end welcome to another edition. They call us bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asia america. I feel you sorry. I'm jacky my mouth is full right now. Because i'm i'm eating doughnut. Which should give you a little bit of a clue as to this special episode or doing just swallow. I really do but is not fair. This is not fair at all. I know this is. This is intent intended to be a little bit of a Torture for you guys. i'm eating actually decay. Donuts doughnut and was it's fantastic and is a fortune for us that we actually have a two guests with us Who will share quite a lot about the business and a documentary. that's specifically about it. The documentary called donut king. The donut king and the director of that documentary is with us. All's goo else welcome to the show welcome and we also have listen one of the stars of the documentary. Put it that way right l. Be donut. Princess may lead tau of decays donuts gone. Hey guys what i'm doing. My princess wave. Meles is actually coming from the future as she is in another time zone. She's you are in cambodia. Right yes i am in kampot which is about three hours south penn in. It's a living in the future. Some fifteen hours ahead of you can i. Can i just say your internet is spectacular sounding like better than it is here in los angeles. Oh you don't even want to know what i did to get this wifi here. I have a a friend to an uncle. We call them boo in cambodian sephardic respect. So we actually also tonight. We did a cuban a little bit earlier on today. And then you know we have this podcast scheduled and i. I told my uncle where is the best wi fi here in kampot. And you know there's a lot of you know cafes. And i did a little test in one i was like. This isn't going to do so what he did was. He gave me his wifi at home. And i'm sitting in my hotel room with. His wifi plugged in amazing amazing. Thank you so we should mention that. you guys did a. I guess you guys did acuna earlier and during this now because the movie is the donut. King is Hit theaters out is out. Virtually eaters This weekend as a record this correct. Correct me opened friday october thirty and i just actually went to an in person screaming anna the only playing the film in california in person and it was being sold out screening. What is sold out mean. These days sold out at like twenty five percent capacity every other seat every other row. Now we were in With a two hundred and forty five person capacity theaters so the game is really big theater. Packet out as much as you could. During ninety five percent of the people were actual like extended family members of mealy gotta show strong so this is actually the core of the documentary. It's not just about donuts. It's actually about a community and i. It's fantastic by the way Literally it was. It was such a engrossing Story to watch. That not only did make me incredibly hungry but it may be hungry for knowledge. It's inspiring it's inspiring had inspiring about the story and inspiring our hunger for donuts so it basically tells the story about how it is that cambodian americans ended up essentially dominating the donut trade in southern california. Is that right else. Yeah it's some people make casually now. Asian people work at my local donut shop. When you know in doing this film. I've talked to people. And when i told them working on newly i thought it was just to own mind donut shop when i go to michael time. I didn't realize it's like all of them.
They Call Us The Donut King
"Low end welcome to another edition. They call us bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asia america. I feel you sorry. I'm jacky my mouth is full right now. Because i'm i'm eating doughnut. Which should give you a little bit of a clue as to this special episode or doing just swallow. I really do but is not fair. This is not fair at all. I know this is. This is intent intended to be a little bit of a Torture for you guys. i'm eating actually decay. Donuts doughnut and was it's fantastic and is a fortune for us that we actually have a two guests with us Who will share quite a lot about the business and a documentary. that's specifically about it. The documentary called donut king. The donut king and the director of that documentary is with us. All's goo else welcome to the show welcome and we also have listen one of the stars of the documentary. Put it that way right l. Be donut. Princess may lead tau of decays donuts gone. Hey guys what i'm doing. My princess wave. Meles is actually coming from the future as she is in another time zone. She's you are in cambodia. Right yes i am in kampot which is about three hours south penn in. It's a living in the future. Some fifteen hours ahead of you can i. Can i just say your internet is spectacular sounding like better than it is here in los angeles. Oh you don't even want to know what i did to get this wifi here. I have a a friend to an uncle. We call them boo in cambodian sephardic respect. So we actually also tonight. We did a cuban a little bit earlier on today. And then you know we have this podcast scheduled and i. I told my uncle where is the best wi fi here in kampot. And you know there's a lot of you know cafes. And i did a little test in one i was like. This isn't going to do so what he did was. He gave me his wifi at home. And i'm sitting in my hotel room with. His wifi plugged in amazing amazing. Thank you so we should mention that. you guys did a. I guess you guys did acuna earlier and during this now because the movie is the donut. King is Hit theaters out is out. Virtually eaters This weekend as a record this correct. Correct me opened friday october thirty and i just actually went to an in person screaming anna the only playing the film in california in person and it was being sold out screening. What is sold out mean. These days sold out at like twenty five percent capacity every other seat every other row. Now we were in With a two hundred and forty five person capacity theaters so the game is really big theater. Packet out as much as you could. During ninety five percent of the people were actual like extended family members of mealy
Magawa the Mine-Sniffing Rat Receives Award for Bravery in Cambodia
"Award for outstanding and heroic service. But the recipient of the honor is an unlikely candidate builds them for us more. The UK has awarded a gold medal for life saving bravery and devotion to duty to a rat. The giant African pouched rat is credited with discovering dozens of landmines in Cambodia, saving countless lives. A spokesman for the group who handed out the awards, said the red will undoubtedly be treated with a Watermelon has a special treat over the weekend bills him for NBC News radio.
Khmer Rouge's chief jailer, guilty of war crimes, dies at 77
"Comeere Rouges chief jailer known as White, who admitted overseeing the torture and killings of as many as 16,000 Cambodians while running the regime's most notorious prison. Has died at the age of 77 had been serving a life prison term for war crimes and crimes against humanity. His trial took place in 2009. He was the first senior come here. Rouge figured to face the United Nations back tribunal that had been assembled to deliver justice. For the premiere Rouges brutal rule in the late 19 seventies, which is blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people. A quarter of Cambodia's population. At the time as commander of the top secret to all sling prison. Wake was one of the few ex Commie Rouge acknowledged even partial responsibility. For his actions, and his trial included his own wrenchingly graphic testimony of how people were tortured at the prison. The site in Phnom Penh, which had been a secondary school before the come here. Rouge came to power. Is now a museum was stunning evidence of the cruelty with which the Premier Rouge persecuted even its own members they accused of disloyalty York, saying is the director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia. Which conducts research on the Comeere Rouge regime, she told Al Jazeera. There's been no justice for those who were tortured and killed in Cambodia. There is no closure to the mass crimes committed by the my Rouge dirty death today yesterday, it's just another reminder of justice denied. But wait, We must remember that that was a small fry. What's not one of the senior leaders of the he was one of what a direct one of 200 prisons established by the fire, and I was in a prison where 30,000 were killed, including my mother. The tribunal. Since Deutsch trial has been has convicted two top at Chalon come your Rouge leaders while two other defendants died before throughout their trials could be completed. The other whose appeal is under consideration. The former head of state almost certainly will be the last one to face trial due to the Cambodian government opposition to anymore
"cambodia" Discussed on The Documentary Life
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"cambodia" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"By four boys or on New Year's Eve and trust me. You know, you're twenty one another twenty three twenty five twenty one three five said, you know, when you're a cramp fall a serve. The humming will be with stuff. Right. Well, my my date yesterday. I mean, I worked Saturday morning on patients, which we do once a month. But I went back to the office Sunday, and I had to do eight one checks on a bizarre. I mean, basically, you bring up the patient full there, you double check the work that the technicians have done in Costa Rica? And you change things and you make it the way you want. And this is what I've this is what I learned to do. Now, certain joy at first it was. This is kind of funny because when it came out they had technicians would write a note and say, you're taking issue, please do this comeback done. Very well one point I hit my own technician. Now, they've gone to two teams of technicians. So so in the beginning when clinch software came out, I thought boy, wouldn't it be nice. If we could do that ourselves. And then of course, we've got spoiled because they were doing it for us. And then they got big and their technicians weren't as well skilled. And they said, well, you've got to do it yourself, and I was spoiled. I I don't wanna do it myself anymore. But that was my first thought, gee, I should be able to do that. Well, now, we're back to be. I'm pretty sure that the the listeners will agree that if you wanna deliver high high level clear liner there you have to get in there, and and bend the wire yourself or have your technician, do it to your standards. You have to have preferences organized in your software for. Uploading saying, okay. I have a class division one patient. I want you to do this first and basically have detailed instructions we copy and paste those spirits instructions. So we have we have instructions for class one last two for an across fights, and my digital system copies of pastes the little word document into my prescription clinical prescription. And then we upload it to this line. And it just takes what bur macroeconomic numbers what percent of the three hundred twenty five million Americans. You think had to work on? What was I have had Ortho are in their lifetime. Boy, I really I'm not hearing five percent. Yeah. And I really got religion on the power of orthodox. Last year one time without three four boys in the South Africa, Cambodia Malaysia and think on Japan, but when I was in him, Bill and Malaysia. I mean, we were having dinner one night, and the wagers was talking to boys, and she she figured out. Goes. And so one for sure for asking people about straightening teeth and the boring name, this lane was gold in these underdeveloped are developing countries like Cambodia were the they're very this way this girl, very young the evolve he's probably low twenties and was spending twelve hundred fifty you us when she has annual income of about fine us and asked her why she was doing his line. And when a surgeon the math, and then I cross herbs other things like they're very many communities agent where women will send forty percent of their income on health and beauty makeup this and this girl who no no way and Cambodia was she wasn't useful. And she's sending one thousand five thousand dollar annual income because this one's a little crowd in sons. And then and then they see. I believe when Joe HOGAN the CEO of the line. Oh that bold guy. Yeah. Crema crema. What he was saying that only five percent of the rent worth. So the upside for worth of in my opinion, the upside for Ortho the next century is going to be men I easily see countries is Richard Jurisco from five percent of relation having worked out to. Maybe I think I think straight teeth and a nice of, you know, the par smile like you said we re going back to your discussion your polish experience. I think having straight teeth is one of the first things developing countries can do to kind of westernize their their appearance..
"cambodia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Is Don starchy is the vice president of operations habitat for humanity of the greater Cincinnati area. Don welcomed at home with Gary Sullivan. Thank you. Where'd you go? I went to Cambodia you went to Cambodia. I did. Yeah. So I just get marvel is when people marvel that's like, wow, you wake up one more and say, I think I wanna go to Cambodia actually now I've thought about it for a I've thought about it for a lot of years. I was able to go I'm not too much of a weenie. Now, I'm kind of I kind of think about it. But it took me a while to get there. I went to listen to have been to listen to Guatemala, and El Salvador. Uh-huh. Cambodia was my daughter-in-law's actually Cambodian. Okay. So there was there. And then I found out that habitat. Cincinnati tides to Cambodia's one of the four countries, I just knew I had to go. So let's talk about the experience. I was learning all about how their financing how they don't just build houses. All the time the extensions to houses improve houses. First of all, you gotta get on an airplane. So that took a while isn't it took a bit at a time. That was about sixteen hours. Okay. On one flight and you survived that, I served it. We were traveling. I think travel time with something like thirty two hours thirty two hours, and you got there and you went. Warm here. It's Murph here where did you go? What time of the year November? Okay. Was ninety four. I think when we got off the plane, low humidity, low humidity. Yeah. So what kind of do you build like one place or were there multiple houses or multiple houses going on? We just built one house. We were able to complete a house in a week. Okay. So you did do we did. So what kind of construction materials, I mean, the brick truck just didn't pull up one day, and then you lay brick, and then how that all work out. It didn't we didn't actually have to make our own bricks. I I believe you're going to be talking with that about Nepal, and I think you made bricks they were actually well supplied at habitat Cambodia I've been on several global trips where they had nothing wheelbarrow that had a broken wheel and shovels with broken handles. They actually had some functioning tools there, which was pretty amazing. But we. The footers were poured houses a Djugum. We did not Cambodia are raised. So because of the monsoons leading they have. So the found the footers were poured for the peers. Okay. We cut the piers built the piers. Out of wood. And then anything special about the would. It's really hard. It's really hard. It's really hard to cut with a hands off. Yeah. And then we put on the the sub floor and the floor. There is bamboo. We worked with machetes the bamboo, really. Yeah. It was really planks. It was little pieces of bamboo, and we just cut off the knuckles with the machete. And then we do that. I mean, you just it's a long piece, and you take the machete, and you just hack adages. Widdling away. You do all the floor all day all day. Is your favorite job wasn't actually I really enjoyed it. There wasn't a thing that I that. I did that I didn't like a lot of every part of it. So the floors are made like that they use drywall they use mud. They use. Concrete or? It's almost like tile backer like that they use. No like a concrete board. Oh, okay. Yeah. So it's kinda like that that they use on the exterior wall. Yeah. I'm very familiar with that there's a place in our hometown since ni- that makes it. Yes. There is. For me with a plan. So that's the whole exter- that's exterior. No, the windows and doors are just openings shutters. Okay. So there's no glass windows on it's one room. It's a very small room. Yeah. And a metal roof and a metal roof. Yeah. So we always say the magic takes place in among get your time because I'm gonna pull your story into the next break to when you get the magic happens on the build site. That's kind of what we all. Like to say does what's the magic like in Cambodia? Pretty awesome. Yeah. So the family we they didn't speak English..
"cambodia" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Gave them red scarves they call, them the Kamerhe Rouge and he unleashed a war, against the middle class and they started first by, insulting as in, America the middle class chasing them out of restaurants as the left is doing now and what happened when they were not stop for? Chasing people at restaurants the next thing is they started beating up the middle class in Cambodia and what happened was the next thing they called anyone with glasses at. Trader and he would I glass what's. Considered a counter, revolutionary what, with eyeglasses doctor, lawyer, teacher engineer cop. Firemen you name it middle-class in, Cambodia, was chastised beaten harassed put into slave labor, camps and eventually killed and it ended up. With three million people Slaughtered by the Kamerhe Rouge the young the young people that? We keep hearing about from Bernie Sanders in the vermin on the left. The young people like they're somehow smarter than everyone else like young people are not capable of. Of being vicious like young people are. Not capable of, killing like, young people have, not, been seemed to. Be animals through the through, the, history, of the world young people have to be, trained to be civilized routes they're wild animals And so what happens when you feed this animal. The animal becomes bloodthirsty vicious so is that mass hysteria by telling you a fact of reality how the end result of three million human skulls. Was the result of a mild mannered Bernie Sanders like. Man in Cambodia Who started to preach the rhetoric of communism and? It ended up with three. Million human skulls in the nation with a very small population so if you think Bernie Sanders doesn't know that you are mistaken that's why I call him, the most dangerous man in America And I'm Michael. Savage.
"cambodia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Rebels in cambodia to kick the french out which means that he's going to get overthrown in probably ripped apart by a mob if he doesn't figure out some cunning way to get his country free of france without letting the rebels win so that is dilly of pickle that is a dilly of that is a how would you solve that problem well slaves i'm just kidding i always dropping back to sleep well at nationalism is a is a pretty easy trick at that stage for something like where you know you've got you have the former loyalty of those are worshiping you and you've got the up and coming gleaming cities that are looking to build and grow you know close the ranks and make it about being cambodia not french or vietnamese you know what you would have made pretty good dictator he would have made a great king of cambodia eighteen fifties you would a nail being king of cambodia in the nineteen fifties pretty delicate dance that's some tough marketing date the right people this is a delicate dance so spoiler king norodom sihanouk as i think people the boiler alert history it's just like hey you didn't read this earlier for thing that millions of people know he's definitely a bastard like he belongs on the show but he's kinda it's one of those like he is a dancer this whole story is him dancing around and there's there's an aspect of it where your era of like up until like well right now up until the fifties he's like from the one thousand nine hundred to one thousand nine fifty there are a whole bunch of royal courts yeah just like whipping in just dead like oh god it's like a stupid gifted kids on a like a playground little wurley gig where everybody stood spin into hard and everybody's trying to hold audio what happened in one fly off kid goes last but you know he's going to go you know he's going to go but this fat kids going to hang on they hang on tight and some are still clinging but it's it's just a period no time in monarchical history is boring they're weird monarchy's are very weird but that period in history seems to be so volatile where they just couldn't keep up with the pace of social change everywhere either backwards or forwards and i'm sure he's dancing along with the rest he's dancing so you remember when he comes to power one of the first things he does is he lets them in vote and he establishes a parliament that has some power so he's basically sharing power with the parliament and he has a lot of power like he's not like the king of england is now where there's no or i guess they have addict you know he's he's not he's not just a figurehead but there's a parliament they have power and they're right now dominated by the democratic party which was kind of like the democratic party here kind of a general liberal party who included just sort of milan's of leftwing and centrist people and their big thing is they want to be an actual democracy so they're they're kind of ideologically more or less in line with the iraq but they don't want to do it violently they wanna they wanna peacefully sort of proceed to being colonized and whatnot so the answer acts meanwhile they're a little bit further do a left some of them are outright communists their most popular leader is a guy named son knocked than whose goal was to get the democrats to back him in pushing the french authorities out of cambodia so he's trying to get his rebel movement to ally with the people in power and sort of force a coup against the government and he's one of the guys attacking the king for being a puppet of the prince so this all comes to a head in june of nineteen fiftytwo when the.
"cambodia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"The outside like why did my people the scots get on a boat to go there i come from plunder i always wanted to cambodia i'm not aware i mean i in i'll take a step in the broader sense of why people leave the tiny rock that they were on to go get something better from outside pepper or a spice or a mineral why were people coming from places in the west to cambodia what were they plundering what were they taking i mean so i it's one of those things cambodia's positions yeah exactly so cambodians history is heavily based on sort of conflicts between vietnam like vietnam is their traditional enemy because vietnam the big regional power and so there's been a lot of like more or less constant sort of power struggles between china and vietnam cambodia kinda winds up in the middle and of course during world war two they wound up in the middle between everybody in the japanese but like they're never nobody more position on the map than resources with exactly because it's they're not like they're not like a major industrial power obviously there's not like giant gold mines or anything like it's it's a country of small farmers who just wanna make enough food to keep their families alive i just know that by the forties a bunch of condoms were kind of closing up to do that most of their people would have been suspended subsistence farmers so it made sense for the economy to stave more closed than to invite and traits since i would always be such an imbalance then yeah and it's there's an interesting period of history when countries were more isolated and fascinating things happened in their history within that bubble because cambodians weren't out buying risk records they were you know everything that happened is internally their history is inside the bubble along with their economy let's just kinda interesting to pick out and figure out what people were busy doing and it's things like growing less crops because you didn't need to grow need it which is fucking great but one of the things they also have going on is inc or what is in cambodia which is this crazy gigantic beautiful light complex of of massive buildings that was built during the kamerhe empire which had fallen hundreds of years before this point but so that's the king sihanouk's looking at that and saying like our people used to be great and build great gigantic things and i have to figure out some way to make us into a significantly our answer is always slaves slaves are always the answer to why people made big stuff well it's always the terrible answer you just spoiled a lot of the story spoiler king wants to build something big there's no gap there that is a straight line so we're going to get back to what exactly this not yet evil but definitely evil king is going to do later so we're going to continue talking about this evil or not yet able king in a minute but right now we have to advertise some products because capitalist gods yeah yeah none of us are cambodian people we will all work much harder in order to purchase things which we can fill our homes with so grab grab a box of money in a bag of money in a suitcase of money and sometimes and some dumb dumbs by some dumb dumbs this show's official sponsor is not dumb dumbs but we're advertising them anyway and now some other.
"cambodia" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"Charlie i mean the horses working some top class horses it's chad you know i just think she's gonna she's she's the same way the same things you feel about cambodia i feel those same way i feel the same way about lucy's world cheeses better than the rest of these except for cambodia i think one of those two one of them get a trip and one of them will win i am going to use ultra bratton style and stallion aris underneath be horses i think stallion eras could be a little bit tricky if she slips away and then ultra brat was wide on the on the keeneland turf course running against the three chad horses last time the jenny wiley second off of a break for graham motion this is a you know what i out of magin that this one will just van over the morning over of from fair fair hill so kind of a home game for them i think she could be a little bit tricky while the other ones are taking all the money my only fear about it let's see as world was trip being far back i think cambodia will be able to secure a much better tracking spot early on but i guess is your point just with the way she's finished in the way chats typically finish that she might just be able to mow them all down anyway i think so i just think regardless it's no one's gonna take advantage of in my opinion of the slow pace maybe stallion airs but if she does i worry about the whole inviting flow inviting those two talented phillies into the rights that that's that's you know she opens up then she could be tough but.
"cambodia" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"In whatever the more dangerous the situation the faster she has her ipad out or as recording on a dsl are hanging around her neck because she uses media as evidence and as proof we landed in a very tricky situation the first trip around we thought we were cleared to land on a cambodia military base we were taken helicopter up to see deforestation on the land and we landed and we were quickly surrounded by the cambodian military army fatigues army fatigues rolex watches flipflops k fortysevens which is also great look for spring fashion cambodia bama i looked over at lack and lack very very very subtly had her cannon like dsl are around her neck with our hands single reflects camera with our hands atop on top of it and she looked over at me and she said through a smile keep filming if they kill us we'll have prove it was it was quite possibly the scariest thing yeah i never she really harnesses the power of social media like facebook page is the hub of what's going on in southeast asia spell her name please elect child l e k c h a i l e rt and lack means tiny and tie he is he's under five feet four eleven she is in every other sense a giant she really is the intention the intention was to get lex message out to the world and ashley you said is the audience that leads us through and we were very careful to make sure that ashley was actually really saying any other than lex message let told us to do this and then lex showed us that you know and not what it's all about because lack is the hero we did not go in with any kind of an agenda or an objective we couldn't there were already fifteen thousand red flags starting it and originally in the first shoot i i did not want to be in it at all because i thought what in hell do i have to contribute this is lack and this is the elephants and when we looked at the the footage of of kind of we're trying to start piecing together what we thought could be assured or where are we going to go on a full you know we were i'm impatient so i was like we're going to make something.
"cambodia" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Year in foreign aid and then algieria turns renton since five hundred thousand dollars of the clinton foundation i would say look we're giving you a one hundred million plus a year we're going to cut that off if you don't cut that on i mean it's it's it's it's cutoff or cut on that's that should be the way it is trump should say if you don't cut it on talking about the spigot if you don't cut it on we're gonna cut it off we're gonna cut off all the military food what a look at venezuela's no telling what we're giving venezuela every year as far as us aid and let's see if i got dan us gives two point five million emergency aid for venezuelans fleeing foreign aid to venezuela oh we got us foreign aid by country one of these things you had to you had to buy into it cambodia i don't want cambodia let's look at algieria how much do we give these okay it's it breaks it down by agency and it's hard to tell what all we do we're that it's a lot of money we're giving these folks why don't we use that as leverage oh that's what it is foreign assistance dot gov let me i am so far in assist oh okay twenty seven point seven billion plan for foreign assistance for fiscal year twenty nineteen we're going to explore the map and find out look i'm just telling us a lot of money why don't well i guaranteed trump's thinking about it that's what i gotta give me thinks logically like that and he's sitting there going mandate jacking us around jerking our chain what it we're giving them and what and why are we doing this and then you start saying okay well here we go and you start playing this game with them and they'll back off 'cause i'm looking at some of these places like ecuador they're not particularly rich angola ecuadorial guinea you get some of these folks to start backing off and start voting the other way certainly iraq now iran you know of course there rogue nation to start with kuwait's supposed to be our buddy i mean we liberated kuwait and they're gonna screw it's over like this not going to happen not on trump's watch now we've got.
"cambodia" Discussed on Popcast
"Look i think at the beginning of the east cambodia fergie yes so it's it's just it's part of it is the serious classical italian delegation combined with you know they aren't italian aren't part of the classical john tembo de burki i wrote pitch optional gift because that's what is it that is what it seemed like she was going for and then i wrote cone b but also a vehicle so with ridiculous but broader because that's what i heard the media thunder the it sounded like someone was shaking her a higher report oh you mean that's not in the operatic tradition nick is that what you're trying to tell me i've been for what she was going for it it it it was not the right choice so i know i asked you about how to actually make a comparison between uh the notations and like a traditional national anthem so what are the points if we were to actually here someone who is not for but singing those notes that you know tainted what are the kinds of key moments or points that would be points of difference between that and a more traditionally onpitch version of the anthem what were the things that jumped out at you that were different you would drive ago or it kind of the rugby who do you transition of the answer and you were do not but she was not closing off a lot of the word she was thinking the humor in the humor in what i transcribed is in the notes themselves the music but also in the direct because i did transcribe what i her leery.
"cambodia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
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"cambodia" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Like tack on korea men mar in phnom penh like what cities you want the old attacked one of the front of the end to but i always gives won't pay much but you could be out there for i don't care if it on pay much all i need is even when i do the road i go mom thing is as long as the hotel in a traveller paid i'll figure at the fuck out here who does gigs pay the the southeast asian comments or asian comics to come out to like build fly you from hong kong to cambodia for sixty dollars we are not going to be a thousand finally for america as soon as yet all yellowed they'll pay you two hundred bucks at today's hotel room and the flight from one one country to another year so as long as like shanghai gets you over there there they did there they're the age of the guy does that anymore the the hawaii guy ever did the hawaii show sean price onto your last name is price or appear t a supercool did he just move back here but he does on why show many books are rock venue any fucking sells it out early and it is fun and he'll have you over there you only do one show and i'll have you over there for four days really yeah where honolulu probably yeah yeah yeah and it was fucking fun andrew collier rooms rented a car and we were just light everywhere on the island did you run a scooter and not in china now i want it to and i wanted to blood there so much fucking traffic and when i learned that get hit by a car they're gonna make sure you're dead.
"cambodia" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"There is a lot a sharing of all of the secrets now you yourself you had those two idols in cambodia you didn't tell anybody now dean until one person because that's how you do it you keep you keep these secrecy is selfie it or not knowledge is pot so they said like knowledge is power and if we could share this knowledge like will be powerful i'm like yeah but if you keep that knowledge yourself parnu the most powerful person old like you can control your own destiny you can control this game yeah if you just keep these things under wraps letting every episode that people talk like i'm like i needed go call i need a call wet were deal we gotta tell we gotta get together and scream at these people you know what i mean so are are you close it up with kelly that you talk to her about the episodes at every once in a while out alqaeda route are the tax or a tweeter our instagram are as last how slide into our d m yeah you know like something like that but yeah w kelly a was it always that way after the season because i feel like they you guys weren't super tight right after cambodia and it so after after the nicaragua after the blood verse water we will be will cool we're very close because we will tight from the beginning and then she was on the other try and then she was gone so we would tighten i thought we were good and then pregame of cambodia and i'm listening to all the podcast lindsay of everybody that comes on the times you and she never said like oh i can't wait to worker jeremy you know what i mean like she she said something to the fact that she she gonna talk to keyed but she never said.
"cambodia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Thousands of teens thousand eighteen at its pull the rest of the of the funds this comes on a day which it w in which he gave kind of a carrot to the thai government segment if it remains on its roadmap to democratic elections the two thousand eighteen that it would uh it would in facts um open up free trade agreement talks with thailand but in terms of cambodia this is a result of the dissolution of the um kabbadi national rescue party last month will let how effective would you say that the diplomacy from the european union in either cambodia old thailand ease as it currently sits i think in both cases they you lacks a substantial amount of leverage i neither case this for in cambodia's case this is the second of government or of foreign entity to pull its support for the elections the united states did so last week uh i this snide million pounds is not a huge amount of money there's very little uh leverage on the ground in terms of cambodia certainly tech styles if if the eu were thinking about sanctions textiles might be a place that they would look at uh but i think for both thailand and cambodia given given that they're sending the similar message that countries and regions have to pursue democratic elections they really don't have a lot to to back this up will one of the one of the reasons that this has happened uh it was stated in the letter from the eu it's it under these circumstances the european union does not believe there is a possibility of a credible electoral process to do we know very much about what some of those specifics might have been that led to that decision i think certainly the dissolution of the opposite the main opposition party is the biggest factor this is uh the one way that uh the the international community can really put pressure on on uh hun sen at the moment and that is to remove any type of legitimacy the mike of the election next year hudson's calculation is that if he uh dissolves the party and really tries it dismissed.
"cambodia" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This is a value judgment third critics in any way shape or form all of us focus on our family our friends our town our country that's were or any truth wife and we've always remember that over sixty thousand americans died in vietnam you klay many more died after from lingering diseases little wounds or suicide uh whether wife stands for good shorten could so what they wanted through the death toll of people from that region vietnam laos cambodia was at least twenty times since grade those are the and we also it allies new zealanders australian south koreans so we should try to keep in conflicts where the real human destruction occurred and we were able to leave but the people of the region head spe than the two orange dioxin that poison so many of our own people still in the environment over there and they were in their fourth generation of people who have diseases or genetic defects because so that's the only point i wanted to make a um but thumb in regards to the soda fix i i've been curious about the the uh tv and radio campaigns than though the mailing campaign i received a mailing yesterday and it's very high quality heavy stark.
"cambodia" Discussed on DirtCast
"So the movie is based on a memoir by a woman named long on who was basically conscripted to fight with the khmer rouge in cambodia cambodia has been a very special place for her she adopted her son maddox from cambodia after visiting she felt very connected to the country she it took over to become a un ambassador she has done a lot of landmine removal projects she's the citizens during as well as long as a dear friend of mine i met fifteen years ago reading her book taught me a lot about this country so in a way i'm doing this for her for her family for cambodia and very much saucer from addicts too so he learns about who he is and know swiss people so what are the things that was mentioned in this cover story which was is sort of a flat piece mostly lake el long as press release for this movie which is coming out in an attempt to distract from the divorce and also probably i mean i think she wants to achieve as one who are slowly us but was a description of the artisan process for the film which is quite bad yeah i mean so because it's like about a child angelina jolie ports at the cast a little girl and it in like you know the native language to cast it she like kind of pulled the same thing that like a danny boyle did with slumdweller air where he like very proudly went to orphanages unlike hands with a long yeah.