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How a Band of Activists Helped Bring Down Sri Lanka's Government
"So here's an interesting question for you. Have you been following what's going on in Sri Lanka? Sri Lanka is an island country on the southeast off the southeast coast of India. I think it's the southeast coast. Maybe it's the southwest coast. It's funny, usually the thing you say first is right. You want to check that. I think it's southeast. Yeah. Southwest of the Maldives. Southeast is Sri Lanka. And I was there. It's a beautiful, it's known for being a beautiful island. It was called Ceylon, it's now called Sri Lanka. I've never understood these name changes. I'm sure that Sri or Sri Lanka is closer to the indigenous language of the country. But why does anybody care what foreigners call their country, must the bad name? I mean, to the Germans insist that the world called Germany deutschland, Germany has nothing to do with their family. They share virtually no letters. I haven't followed that. Why did Peking become Beijing? What was wrong with Peking? Anyway, Sri Lanka, or Sri Lanka, has just seen the government overthrown by massive protests.
"ceylon" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Home today. Let's go back to this Buddhist exceptionalism. I believe you also use the term Buddhist modernism and I don't know if there's some difference there. Can you talk about the roots, the history that led us to this situation where we have what your calling Buddhist exceptionalism and maybe also Buddhist modernism? Yeah, so Buddhist modernism is a term that historians use and they use it to refer to a form of Buddhism that arises in Asia when it encounters the west, particularly in say colonial context like Ceylon or Sri Lanka, where you have Christian colonizers who say, Christianity is the superior religion. It's the religion of civilization. It's the religion of science. So we're talking to the 18th and 19th centuries, 19th century, especially. And they basically portray all other faiths or all other religions or belief systems and practice systems they encounter such as Buddhist ones as superstitious as sort of backward superstition. And what happens in, say, a place like Sri Lanka is that you have a Buddhist reform movement happening on the part of monastics who emphasize meditation in a way that meditation isn't really emphasized previously meditation in the sense of sitting practice, observing the mind, observing the breath, what we're familiar with is meditation today. That gets emphasized, and it also gets promoted to lay people, not to monastics, which is very unusual historically. And so this is a way of trying to build up Buddhism in the culture in the face of Christianity, Christian oppression, really. And along with that, it's a very clever move is to say, well, actually, Buddhism is the rational scientific religion, not Christianity, because we don't have any need of belief in a creator God. We don't have any need of belief in an immortal soul. We emphasize causality, causing effect. And so when Buddhism travels to the west and gets exported to the west, it's those aspects that get emphasized, which are very appealing to westerners, of course, because they're in a kind of Protestant culture where they're dissatisfied with a lot of traditional Christianity, especially Christianity mediated by priests say, so the idea that you have kind of a direct personal pipeline to some spiritual reality that you could access through meditation. This is extremely appealing to us. And we think of it as, oh, that's what Buddhism really is and has always been when it's a very innovative modern presentation of Buddhism that's in a way been designed to counter the west. And so it comes to the west. People love it. And then it gets exported back to Asia and you get this like back and forth ping Pong kind of translational phenomenon. And that becomes the Buddhism that we know in the modern world. There's a Japanese version of this that has to do with zen, which is a little bit different, but it has some similar features. In the zen case, so a writer like DT Suzuki, you know, very important Buddhist scholar and writer about zen in the 20th century. He's very influenced by American transcendentalists like Thoreau and Emerson and American philosophers and psychologists like William James. And he takes their concepts about experience and he uses them to understand what zen is about. And then he says, well, zen isn't really a religion or it's the sort of true essence of all religions. So if you're a Christian or a Jew, you can practice in and tap into what Christianity and Judaism at a deeper level are really about, though they've kind of lost touch with it. That's sort of the exceptionalism bit. So that becomes the kind of Buddhism that we're familiar with. And that's Buddhist modernism. And that's just what does an evolving into the modern world, religions change, evolve, that's all fine in a way. Except that it presents itself as one, what Buddhism has always been. The original essence of Buddhism going back to what the Buddha himself said. It presents itself as that, which is historically just completely not the case. And it often, not always, but often this is a sort of typical trait, espouses Buddhist exceptionalism that Buddhism is special and different from other religions. There's actually just a parenthesis here. There's a Hindu version of this in the 19th century as well. So when yoga in the form of Hindu meditation and also physical posture practice, when that comes to the west in the 19th century and early 20th century, it's almost a first wave, a little bit ahead of Buddhism. There's a Hindu exceptionalist rhetoric. What Hinduism does this a little different is this sort of swallows up all religions? And it says all religions can be within the tent of Hinduism, but we give you a spiritual technology for liberation that taps you into the divine if you want to think of it in a God way, a theistic way or the ultimate ground of being if you want to think of it in a more kind of mystical way. So Hinduism does that. Buddhism does that as part of the dynamics of Asian religion coming to the west. And exceptionalism gets attached to that. Hinduism is different from all other religions because we have this special spiritual technology or Buddhism is different from all other religions because it's rational scientific, empirical, and it's a feature of Buddhist modernism. It's not that in every Buddhist modernist context you would see it, but it's a typical trait of Buddhist modernism. So that's kind of the link between the two. I appreciate the history. And I guess where I'm finding myself going as a secular person raised by atheist scientists, how am I to understand why I was and am so attracted to Buddhism and what is the responsible way for me to talk about that to other people? Because to me, I don't know if I would call myself an exceptionalist. But Buddhism does seem different to me that the fact that there is no creator God, the fact that the guy himself, the Buddha, was saying, don't believe anything I say until you can see the evidence in your own mind. The fact that he was really coming up with a table of elements for human experience that you can do these practices and see a real difference in your life, and I know this is a sensitive area for you. The fact that there has been all of this interesting science, I know that the science is not dispositive, it doesn't prove anything beyond a shadow of a doubt, but it certainly seems tantalizingly suggestive in important and meaningful ways. That all seems different to me than other religions. But again, I'm open to the fact that I'm blinkered here. No, I mean, I wouldn't say you're blinker. I think this is the cultural frame we have right now. So there's a bunch of different things you said that kind of our ingredients in that cultural frame that we need to kind of pick apart. So the idea that the Buddha is a sort of an empiricist and he said, don't take my word, come examine for yourself. Now, he says that in.
"ceylon" Discussed on Ologies
"Do head to ancho of as one of the best cider experiences that you'll have you know anywhere anywhere in the world so it's it's not just that sort of a home thing it's like getting out there and so two seeking in any city that you are. It's it's an awesome experience. What about the last questions. I always ask what about the worst thing about cider. It can't all be roses. What sucks that that there is amongst Maybe amongst monks the community of a of a feeling of whether it be inferiority to other drinks. Or maybe in some instances a little bit of 'gate-keeping translate cited can only be this and we can never kinda changes like come on people like just beat open to the opportunity and really used the word opportunity a lot. Because because i see it and that there are so many consumers today who who are interested in so many different types of drinks less sort of light silo dozens of lenders to beer drinker. London's two hundred hundred spirits drinkers not interested. An interesting drinks insider very much sits within that sort of spectrum with that opportunity and so the thing that annoys me. The most is that cited doesn't have the reputation understanding the. I think it deserves but i have considerable faith that we will get a. I think that you are doing all of the work to get us there. I'm calling it now cider. Ciders at man. That's what about your favorite everything about cider. Can you even name one thing I suppose there's two things which does not one thing but pop partly. It's the it's the people that community element there there is. There is a community of cider people and in the uk context. We got together for the first time just at the weekend for this event called the bristol ceylon which is which is sort of help. Help to co organize. The with wonderful martin bharti from filth insider and tom oliver from all of us cider and perry and it was in the city of bristol which is which i live just outside of in the south west of england real heartland area and it was yeah makers enthusiast and drink is getting together sharing some drinks and it's a really cool thing. It's something that we also share some that we passionate about cited people are just like quite nice people and an interesting people. So there's definitely this as this community whether it side but also again coming back to the sense of place and and the geographical community. I love a love defined. Today's you know makers in the air from and you know there's there's a apple variety called The democrat aside apple variety. And i made ten liters read not last year to two years ago and i think it tastes all right. It's a little bit. it's a little little bit fahmi on the nose. Entered into competition didn't get a medal not not better not better but ultimately i didn't care it doesn't matter i just feel so great for the hair is something. Apple variety was being recorded as being an awesome apple. Five hundred is good. And the i know that the light my granddad eastern make no sidearm perry on on this on this farm and my mum grew up into this in the family anymore. But but you know. I made a perry from the same tree. The i know that he would have done and he died before i was born. And there's nothing sad about this other dislike just awesome. The i'd have this had this connection through this through this action a slightly responsible but more just celebrate so as just as just something that really gets into your bones i think. Wow that's really amazing. You give so much context cider. And i love that that one way for other people to appreciated it as well. It's not just a taste. Good that you sit around a drink or if you've had a hard day and you absolutely need this to unwind it's not. It's not about that. And i love that. That's kind of the message that you're you're spreading. Sit side are really as an art to be enjoyed absolute so ask. Dry experts grumpy questions because earnestly they are just bubbly funds of knowledge and passion and one day. We're going to be eaten by worms anyway so do whatever you want. Learn what you want. Find out more about gape cook at the site. Or allergist dot com. Naturally you can look for a on social media as psychologist. Pick up his books cider allah. She is the first one and then he just released modern british ciders and his podcast is neutral cider hotel. Eight donation went to tiny changes. All those links are in the show notes. If you liked this episode send it to a friend. They're bunch more links at alley war dot com slash allergies slash scientology. We are at all ogies on twitter and instagram..
"ceylon" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"You know there's a kayak park in ceylon. There's there's so many outdoor spaces and for me being outdoors is one of the most life-giving things i can do. Because there's some there's some incredible beauty and nature and there's also just some very rhythms that help you breathe again. And frankly i need to remember that i'm small when i get in the office with people and they're they're hurting and their you know their whole world is crashing around them. It would be easy for me to tend to feel like. I need to play god with them and fix them or something. Like that are okay. It depends on me to save this marriage. Or you know it's all up to me and that amount of pressure wouldn't be healthy for me but it's it's really not a healthy dynamic for helping them you know i. I can't play. I can't be sure so for me to be in the outdoors. Honestly we remember. I'm not god just to see. The world is big and beautiful and operates without me and it runs without me and i. i don't have to be enough. I can let god be god. I can let these people do the work that they need to do. And i can feel more comfortable. Just coming alongside them as they do their work.
How Amanda Milius Convinced Her Famous Father to Let Her Go to Film School
"His the question. What does the ceylon consign female cat on my show. What is the ceylon genders anymore. Stop it stop it Candidates i on of a zen anarchist find peace in the world. What do they do well. Of course we have the answer here in studio she not only becomes a film make herself will talk about extraordinary films. Released already She becomes a swamp monster. Fighting a trump appointee amanda millions for those who haven't heard before we for those who just landed on the dial tend on this video tell millions of listeners viewers who you are way you came from and how you ended up in the trump administration Well i was working. I went to usc film school. Which is the same school. my dad went to. I decided i wanted to go full film. You know actual film industry traditional trajectory was he proud to do that was he said. Did he think it was crazy. No i kinda blackmailed him into it. But he didn't really want me. He didn't really think i he. I don't know it's very weird. He's really into the movie. That i made now but i think he didn't want me to go traditional hollywood and i don't know that he was really able to articulate that but you know i i like twisted his arm into letting me go and then and then he was really into it and then he like it's like you have to like force them nine men he decides. Actually it was his idea. I think this is common in a lot of families but then he was like. Oh no this is great. He's like because this is like going to the west point film school. And i'm general and i was like okay. You have to paint this so that i can go to this school like fine so i go to film school and then it's great. It's amazing it is the best home school in the world. It's of course. yeah. I mean it's not even their great I i think it's probably really lucky that i went there when i did because i think that things in any university got so political i mean literally i think i made it by a year. I think if i'd gone there one additional semester would've been allowed to finish. I think it would have been really
"ceylon" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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Making The Leap Into Starting A Hair Salon Business Together With Jack Mead And Lydia Wolfe
"Delighted to welcome onto the hell to cut. Podcast jap made and lydia wealth. Welcome along the pair of you. thank you say. It's an absolute honor to bring you on. We've been building up to this little. Hey do to have just gone from strength to strength. we're gonna be talking about your cell and you're going to take us back. I want to learn about your journey. But let's just clear up with the audience. You two are a couple we are. We are partners and business crime matrimony. Where did you pass crossing. How come on take us back to that early moment. You're help people's completely crazy rich thousands of people but that's totally true story. We literally have to water our story down because people wouldn't trust stuff. Yeah we trust us house looking back because we've come on the show. We've been so of reminiscing over the last week and Honestly we are still in our shaun king. We do that. Hey how long have you been to give it so we have been together for two years two years and did you. Was it hairdresser because may my wife both hairdressers and everybody always asks us. Did you meet through hairdressing. And actually we didn't but i'm gonna ask that question. Did you as she meet through headdress. In yes yeah basically story off like it's a big. It's a big story so you go to like yeah so i. We had each other as friends on facebook. We met on facebook basically. Yeah yes So of and yeah. I've we had each other. It's friends on facebook for ages and never never even knew each other identity. You have faced with friends like that but same many hairdressers. I've never. I've never interacted with but we facebook friends. And then i was doing some international with goldwell and my solemn oath where he and at the time taniwha hairdressing and and i really needed a male model wanted somebody with a certain length of hair. So i thought i do. Facebook shouts out just to see if anyone could help out. And that is when jack got back to me. And he said you know i'm hairdresser. I do more lang well. And that is the first time we'd have taken seriously so you saw the shoutout then jackson. That's interesting so you know you do modeling modeling bodily jack i. I'm sorry into an agency. But the ceylon is on main priority. And i'm kind of completely fixed on that so i don't really get to do as much especially obviously we've covered so so i'm still still doing a bit slow down a law. Say that spot. Then jack hurley right from you know with meeting lydia model. Well so what happened was an icon lydia to say that i had long hair and She needed a male model. I was a hairdresser. So i was willing to do it. You know quite cheap. Because silence. National and i know what it's like. Been hairdresser try to find models and she message back saying that you'd be you'd be great and i was actually inside purse at this time. My family live inside purse to site. I because my unfortunately my grandmother wasn't very well said liddiard could do and then basically i had to cancel on her. Because unfortunately my grandma passed away when i was in cypress so i had to. Yeah i to lay down but she was so cheered obviously about so nice about it. We just started talking a little bit. Because she had selena's well he signed funny. Because i didn't think we did know was an. Es four really fancy but that didn't come into your interview that much. I bet no one believes because obviously he's quite a handsome man. Guja says well lydia so tight that bid away so blue agency. I think i think automatically just being in the same room as jack makes me attractive than just offer
"ceylon" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"A great way for Bruins not a great week. I know they ended it on our early started next week Sunday. They started to walk on a good note, but not ending particularly. Well, there are a lot of problems. What was the biggest to you? Well, I mean, obviously the the one where you look at just the Optics of it right is the defense, right? I mean you give up 13 goals in two games. I think everyone get concerned about that and I think that's wrong. You see the right flag is you know, you're seeing way too many transition goals created chances in front of Rask and a lot, but the thing is is that that's always a concern. Oh shit. Like when you go that many goals. I'm sure not to spend learning but also, I mean I look at it right where I think we all are in agreement of the rooms and needs more depth on the blue. Looks like we've talked about at home last week. Like that's a guy they need right? So this isn't any surprise and when you missing three starters on your blue line, you know, including two guys in lausanne and Thursdays are good at kind of showing up that net front and girls like ew, you know as much as I think people are now the critics been hurt. I feel like there's like the The Narrative of like, oh they can they they can do well without them, you know, he's an injury-prone. Even though it's really only been kind of this year. We're didn't really really bad. But you know you miss Chris leak in his ability to get the puck out and you know, get the brake outgoing and hit those first passes cuz off these games have been stuck in their own Zone with for checking issues. So but you look at that defense, right you miss those three guys, you have back and iron in a top pairing roll and you know, yes potential. I mean we've seen multiple times we're out of something. He's big enough yet to handle some of these guys and he's been just kind of Knocked around by Chris Kreider which led to a goal. He got knocked around by Andrews Lee and pushed around which led to Chicago gets the island is so I mean you go to depleted decor and you know, you got drawn more playing like the minutes and he did not look very good. The last two games so wage. Obviously, you're shorthanded you hopefully you hope that a shorthand unit doesn't give up 13 goals, but still it's not expected. But you had to know that there was going to be some issues with your going to be giving birth. One more chance has given how the state of your Decor is. Now.
"ceylon" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"And welcome back to the Bruins speed on Ceylon s media. My name is Devon marinoff screen up against having a great great week surviving the snow which is coming down like crazy of late here at least in the Northeast. I know a lot of listeners from other parts of the country, you know lots Parts would love to hear where people are from who listen to this if you want to send me a message or tweet at me or you know, shoot me a message on Facebook page if you're not from the Northeast where you where you listed from cuz it's cool to see where people are we, you know make a map out of everybody but at any rate on this episode I had on Conor Ryan again, and I wanted to go deep on David pastrnak because I feel a lot of times. We just kind of accept that he's nasty but it's like well, what does it all mean? Why you know, what where does he rank among other top Bruins stars of the past 20 to 30 years and how does he rank in the city, you know is is he number one as he number two behind Jack? Tatum where Xander Bogaerts and that so we kind of get in to discussion on that in the value that a guy like Poshmark brings and just how rare a guy like this comes along and rejuvenates a team and rejuvenates a franchise. So we get into that quite a bit. We also discussed the Bruins loving comebacks. That's the new thing they love come back so we get into what that means for them. Potentially be nice big Stanley Cup favorite. I know it's early but I think we're 20% to the season. So we get into that obviously no real games to talk about concerning this to Savers games got canceled. So this is good or they got postponed at least, you know that it's good cuz we can catch up on other stuff and and talk about some other topics and then we get into what happens when girls that comes back in the lineup who who is the odd man out so to speak cuz I don't think there's a clear One Soul into that in this episode before we get into the episode first, make sure to go subscribe to Bruins ringside. There's been a lot of Support over there. It's been really fun. As I said, we're going to really start getting things going over there. I just need to sort of sort a few things out and there will be live podcast. So if you live live shows things like that to get you guys involved, you know questions and listener interaction. I think it's in it's over 650 subscribers at the time of recording this so it's grown fast. It is growing very very quickly. So make sure to go jump on that train go jump over there subscribe Burns ringside. And then another thing to mention is are we ready for some hockey? Cuz I know you're ready for some hockey. I'm ready for some Pocky. Hope everyone's ready for some hockey because with home with the Superbowl ending and hockey kind of going to the Forefront along with basketball. There's only one place that has you covered in one place. We trust BetOnline AG sign up today for a free account at Bed Bath..
Salah Fires Liverpool Up the PL Table
"A very good result for liverpool beating west ham. Three one in franklin booth with us steve. That was very impressive. Second-half performance report impressive. I i was quite impressed with illiberal plates for most of the game to be honest. The most impressive thing was that we have the return of mr mosala. I mean i'll be talking recently about how this guy has fighting with. All eight couldn't get a hold of the ball to save his life at times. But today my goodness you talk about moslem the ball the fox one jenkin pasta defend getting on these lasting colored one and then the second one i mean. Are you ever going to see a force torch. Contestable kyrie was like four thousand. A year kim for houses. Well tenny. just. Give a little tickle prey on his left bag and then just stuck away with say w left. I mean what's goal. And as i said. Look slate mosala has written just in time. It's crazy considering stevie how much criticize him. But he's the leading goalscorer in the semi lane. Well he is. You know yes. you've asked me previously. Do this guy this keep them. He has to quit through and that's what he's done. You know the truth. Has your husband been these past. And when he saw that Certainly asked the big. Evan leeway because of goldie skulls scored a goal since crystal palace last year so somebody has ability then we have to point out but as i said hopefully bike. Frankly imagine you'd prefer if you didn't share what you text me after that second go from ceylon to say you were impressed by it. Yes you wouldn't share. Because i know you're not allowed to that channel but i was a masterpiece. I barely saw a contract data efficient in technical way in the way that they d run forward. The past from alexandra old and i first from shakira was exceptional. And what about you. Know the the control from a left-footed with the right foods from saleh with a little step in a chip over the leg of the goalkeeper to score the second goal i mean. That's that was absolutely fantastic. And i have to say that was really really impressed by the by that
"ceylon" Discussed on Celtics Stuff Live
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"ceylon" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!
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"ceylon" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"We have to carry on doing our job and we have to do it safely. So there's no point in about you know you just have to do it. You know and i love my job i i don't see it as were also good to hear not. Yeah we're going to get a little bit more insights into your life. Sexiest stall as well as session kit or really want to learn about session care. I've been watching growth and before we had any further into that. I think is good for our listeners. To just get the background to you and you know what led you to where you are. Well i am actually always always wanted to be a session stylist at even at school. I remember you and you teaches make you. Do those talks all what you want to be. When you're older so. I said i want to be at the head yourself. Now actually had a teacher that she took the mic of being a hairdresser and said that he said things like oh. I don't want you to stand up. And just say oh i just want to be harissa and always thinking. Oh my god. I'll do hairdresser. And i'm thinking i was quite worried about saying it. Which is terrible. I mean contemplative. He did that but at the time of see. You're innocent seed. I understand why someone would say that. But and but yeah i mean. Sometimes hairdressing can have that stigma. Con- it not so much now. I think but back then it was kind of sometimes. People have that view of it being an easy option. Because you don't have to go to university or things like that which is so not true but anyway he he. He said what he said and i started really wants to be had just started. You re kind of look into it all and then i started. I think i saw something. There was something it was not as big as it was. Now ato delivers very little information about it. But i soul somewhere article about hedges working at fashion shows. And i was like that would be so much fun and so i did my whole talk around working as a hairdresser but not necessarily based in ceylon. Now there was literally soil information about being hit thinking about. Actually because when you saying. And don't because i'm trying to work out your age because you'll beautiful unglamorous and you've still very very young but well what year we come back to her. Because session style is wasn't always a economy came on my right up in in the industry..
"ceylon" Discussed on Manifest Zone: Exploring the World of Eberron
"If you look back in the the the the lore since about thirty addition sonic powers come from a response to the far realms far realms far round the rations invade. That's power so You and other people develop sign of powers to combat them like that sort of the base idea behind them. I believe in third edition or three point. Five account remember so yeah. The forgave far rounds up things like that. So everett mind is basically. You're being touched by some sort of outside aberration some sort of thing and obviously this just screams zoya to to me This is this is basically be my idea of how scientists worth In homebrew campaigns So really that really does speak that. Obviously we're gonna talk also about y'all talk about you know. Nightmare spirits their call corey so again one of those things that touch in there Bringing there's a table. I love these tables. Our origins d six. You got a couple of different things. your nightmares whispered true to your sign of powers on your own. You draw them from a parasitic twin. I don't know if that sounds like the dreaming dark but right so bad ideas baked in their keep thing to me is specifically. We've generally said that. Sciatic powers generally flow from either doubt or worse oriented and that traditionally back in third edition downpour was associated more with the sorts of powers of ceylon. Where it's like. This is something i can order. I can focus and that was associated more with things like the wilder where it's basically like this is just crazed alien power that i can't really wrap my brain around but it's flowing through me and so that definitely feels good here and for people who are looking for that cy on wilder division. It doesn't really happen in this book. And the sorcerer is not the wilder It actually is a little bit of a flavoring of a warlock. You've got some morlocks spells and and that sort of idea kind of flows through in here..
"ceylon" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"With back off six minutes after we don't shout Crystal statement was pure this ridiculous to me and I'm going to tell you why God bless Chris wage. Follow her Connie will never radio Ceylon the head so talk to your man with the man with the man the women are so wrapped up in speculation. And it's sad. Why why why would this woman? Why would this woman show her when she'll see Barbie? This is what she said. Why would a woman? Why would Crystal say the owner? If a if a woman is a have an advancement to a man that on a man's head? It's only the hit it and quit it because I'm up for you. Are you serious right now? So now your downgrading all us men they are men out there that don't even think this way because your portion because of your experience in dealing with men that every man. That's the thing women dead. Bob is me and put us in one big category. You are a liar. That is terrible. Terrible example, I'm not sure if a woman Advanced have have an advancement with a with a woman has an advancement with a man that us men are going to think that this is easy Harvey film Think Like a Man show off. All right, everybody is showing the song, Set it so dirty thirty two years ago. That's how I met my husband. It was my Advanced not his office all day on One Bowl day on one bye-bye made that whole wait wait, you said Jake Paul a day onefold day. I was bored. One day. I was like, what are you feeding him girl that she met him. This is the day that it went down Cindy. Okay, so tell us about Find a 32 years ago. You got the Mike. I'm just saying we used to work in the same building. I remember one day getting on the elevator and playing that little cat game. He looked my way. I turned out of his way to her one day. I just got on the train and I saw him get on the express. I jumped off my local and jumped on the express. Oh God, it wasn't old enough to say anything because one day I went to go visit a friend and I saw him and that that was it was over you made the advancement. I did quit right again. I don't see women but I don't I don't think there's anything wrong with did and I don't also but I also don't.
It's Pumpkin Spice Season!
"Let's. Let's talk a little bit about spices both the spices that go in the pumpkin spice mix and some forged by society. Right we should. We should also mention and I guess the one that I would like to start out with cinnamon, which comes from the inner bark of plants in the genus cinema them. and it is an evergreen tree in the Laurel family and there are several species in growing in various areas and. People might want to if they're into spices, they might want to get you know the Vietnamese version and the Indonesian version or the version you know the from Malabar cinnamon and and just taste them and see it's a spice that has long long been used to not only ceremonially but and in culinary But also, for fragrance and all kinds of symbolic applications as well. I don't think everybody realizes that there are so many different kinds of cinnamon and that they come from different trees and that the flavors are very different. The strengthened the spiciness, the natural sweetness, all of these vary from cinnamon to cinnamon. And I'm very fortunate in Santa Fe. We have a wonderful store called the savory spice shop I took a class there and learned a lot about the different kinds of sentiments. So I actually have a couple of different kinds at home i. think my favorite is the Ceylon Cinnamon. That's the one that I really liked the best although it is much more brittle. So if you're making something with the whole sticks, you have to be a little careful that the pieces don't all break apart but but I love the flavor of that one. Do you have a favorite cinnamon I don't? I tend to. In, cooking I tend to use whichever when I grabbed I. I'm. I will admit but I have ordered several varieties from penske spices which company create. Yeah. Company that I like and So it's fun fun to compare them and to just think about them you know both at their place in history their place in the history of the expiration of the world because you know a good deal of. World, exploration was driven by the desire to bring spices you know back to. Europe? And don't forget. Cinnamon is the inner bark of a tree. That is pretty darn cool. If you ask me who was the first person yeah? Thinking that out it's not the outer bark. So it's not that they just took a piece of the outer bark and chewed on it and thought this is delicious. It's the inner bark and who'd who did that? If I had to guess I would say somebody cut down the tree and smell the smell and. What is that and started sniffing around the tree and figured out where that came from but that's that's you know that's a guess. Well, it sounds like a good guest to me. So we talked a little bit about all spice in our true or false section and I want to. Continue that theme and talk about a spice that I forage for that sometimes called Appalachian. All spice that is the dried fruit of the spice Bush Plant Linda Benzoate, and I've mentioned that. Plant on this. podcast before it is literally one of my favorite forage spices and when I don't have it in my pantry and makes me very nervous because I like to use it in suite applications in savory applications it's absolutely delicious with some natural. Sweetness. It's got the warmth of all those you know Pumpkin pie spices, and honestly it's my go-to spice I rarely use nutmeg all spice and cinnamon anymore because to me the spice. Bush. Kerry. Has It all and it's a wonderful flavor and a very, pretty ornamental plant for yard as well. Well, that's what I was just going to ask you this is not you? Know as as many of these spices from the tropics This is not a tropical plant. This is something that people could plant in their own yard. Yes it's a it's hardy believed to zone four. So that's a pretty tough plant. It's native to the United. States east of the Mississippi everywhere from New Hampshire to Florida there are some isolated populations of it in Texas. But in general, it prefers it's not as happy an alkaline clay soils and that's what we tend to have out here in the West but it's a diocese plan which means separate male and female plants. So if you want to be able to harvest the fruit, you need at least one of each, you can also use the stems and leaves to make a t and they have a slightly different flavor. But for my money, it's the fruit that really is where the love is. Do you picked this fruit when Ans-? Ripe. But not dried and then dry it out. Yeah or is it the seed? Is it the seed or the fruit I'm glad you asked that C. L. because it's both the fruit is is small and read about the size of barbary fruit and I pick it when it's red although if it started to dry on the shrub that's okay and now is the perfect time to go looking for it depending on where you are. But if you're in the northeast the mid Atlantic states now when you should go out and look You can use them fresh and they're they're soft I usually dry them, and then keep them hole in the freezer and grind them as needed. But if you take a fresh fruit and cut it in half, you will see that the orange pulp, the redskin surrounds a soft blackish grey seed. Now, some people say that the seed tastes like pepper and the black pepper and the fruit tastes like all spice and they separate them I kind of think they just do that because. The seed is black and peppers black I don't use it all together and really it. So you're eating both the fruit and the seeds you don't separate the nudist dry and grind it. Very cool. Very cool. Well, you know I don't have any growing in my yard right now but you've you've made me want some. So I'm going to have to check that out for planting next spring.
"ceylon" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality
"The. Limited for them sometimes is insisting on minimum room sizes. Conditioning spanker whatever's in a corporate manual. We went to operate anything unless it has these basic features in. Place. So a long time ago. Hilton sent, WE'RE GONNA call a new group, Doubletree, a neighbor that out. So the two forces at work all the. Big Brands have needed to continue to grow on account do that by only exporting. Very prescriptive brands standards, they have to loosen up the remote up a little bit to have more stop. At the same time. A. Lot of them have signed non compete clauses show. If you take a look at. Ecole. Front since I think the last time I looked, there was something close to twenty different brands in the group. Why, well, if you've got an ibis next when I style, it means that you don't have a non compete clause. Preventing you from opening one next to. Ceylon, slightly cynical for a lot of brands. It's all about ensuring that they don't trip themselves up. A non compete themselves after being able to open a business up in a very strong destination. So they might have a two star three star full stronger, five-star all next to each other and same street. All sitting in different segment grounds, but in the night told part of the one complex. Interesting. But do you think about the consumer choice? Do you think the consumer is is less inclined now to go for multinational brands and wants to? Be, seen at least will try and support independence. Abate might be hidden in a different way or is that less relevant? I think the online travel agency market has democratized everything. So Booking Colin expedia now. Is such a goto place to do your search for. Destination, you're just key in Berlin bonus. And see what comes up educate yourself through hard what they've done to assemble really copious amounts of information into one place. So they make a very interesting on. Heavily researched. Way, of, investigating an area and. Arrange hotels and I think people are much more informed because of the Internet and able to make up the month. So yes, there's still love the brand loyalty. But probably, the biggest to that is the now is to the two most powerful booking engines which is. BOOKING DOT COM expedia. Another friend five. I think an awful lot of outrageous. See them as. if we take a look at the is..
"ceylon" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"People like mark with Douglas I've known since the early as in my career, and he used to come around, and he was a a well attack mission, and come into our salon and build relationships, and and really kind of got tied in there, and very early on. Even you know people, Patrick Cameron he came and did A. Arsalan on nothing goes with nineteen or twenty so pacman and in a building, those relationships and then was the mid to late ninety S. been chatting with Bruno who we spoke about earlier and he said. I think we're putting together a little kind of creative team. You need to call this person and they'll send an email and. See. If. There's any chance that you can get involved are yeah. We're GONNA do that. Definitely, so did it chase the? And Opportunity came up and and our pounced upon it. and. She said absolutely. Let's let's get you involved irony. One seven people Max on it. You will be the seven she would already in Austin. People on that and we were seven of US put through this kind of training program. various different things and we will cooled project. Hundred Seven. Da. We did we did some stage work? And that sort of thing and use some big thing at a time, I think it went on and evolved to become the generation now team is his now. So Weddings. Yeah, and it will be and I think. We'll all of us onto become in educators? Women Weller that we're on it I mean people. Yeah I think most of us went onto become educators with an ambassador in certain roles yet little anew we we're going to have a really nice conversation kind and obviously getting to know you and. I Want to touch upon. Be so spike about it at the start. was also you talk about? How have you managed the whole free parts of being hairdresser Ceylon owner and being a industry photographer to because it's not just own word that you'll take photos of. Pictures for lots of other people and just recently I've done quite a few campaigns for them. You mentioned names who knew. I did one just before lockdown A. Company and I think down there writing white before Komati. There well Salam, and she just wanted collection. To rebrand and on US her shop windows, and she does absolutely beautiful hair, and that's what I've been loving working on some of the collections that I've done lately is not so much. The the Ha collections which are great and they really push you. You know as. As headdresses makeup on is close stylists, photographers Radi pushes you beyond. It's very stressful doing something for the FBI award, but actually working with a solemn or Ceylon Group on working on commercial images that is going to help you know money in the tail and stop people to look into their short windows I love that working with brands and taking a shot. The obstinate represents that brands that that that they loved their clients loved Jimmy nothing that's. Really enjoyed her not grave. The tour important to me, but let let's just talk about this link and you mentioned Moscow low You know was a big part of your inspiration. Photography had just an e certainly was for me as well I remember. Yeah, he was a purse hairdresser kind of member thinking. Gosh. He takes his photos and I was blown away by that, but I never went. That took fee route. would. You say to people that are thinking today. Themselves I would like to be out to photograph my own work. What? Would you give to. I think he just like you've kind of grown in your craft as a hedge unlearn all the. sometimes trial and error you through the Erez to grow and become your You've got to learn a little bit across the photography on how to shape light. To around an image, how how your image? How you'll. Subject in this case, people and hair responds in certain situations. and learn. How to mix together, so yeah I think you've got to learn about photography. Case of just picking up a camera and I a show some papers, just brilliant oil. That'd be able to do that and I wish that was made by. I've spent lots of money on magazines and books and self taught I myself as A. Yes. Old Graffiti side of things is self taught? I assisted a couple of photographers a couple of times that that that taught me a lot Do the things that I was doing right anyway. I just needed confirmation on awesome things I was doing wrong. The yeah, that's so self tool, yeah! I'm sure our listeners. We get the you know. It's a skill in itself. That takes many many many many years ago, but if somebody is sinking Ron I'm ready to. Taking that journey into photography. As well. What would be your advice to them? Where would they start? To know I, think just pick up the camera. Or you find. That the video that I did for yourselves on the house. Cats, it please come to the community. Come join and checkout challenges, brilliant video card, but yet Ghankay But that would just help you to understand a little bit more about how to shoot. And what to do but I. It's just a case of maybe they can camera doing a model's hair to in some great head, putting them in front of a background. mess around with lights in experimented with it and see what you come up with, and if you enjoy it then just keep shoeing it building up equipment. The equipment starts costing. What we! realized. Hit looking straight into a camera even recalled recorded me but I've. Cover recently north of photography, but just video. But what's your camera? Well, I'm a common man. Is a cabin boy eight? Need start off. I guess is what you're saying in terms of this this start and grow into it. Yeah Start and grow into I. Think you need to find like anything you need to see if you like it. And if you like it and start living it and becomes passionate in your life, and then it got passion grows, and if you're really passionate about it, you, you'll plow hours into it. You'll. Perhaps a little bit money into it and. Just, you know educating yourself, you know. Spend in time, think time is the main thing, not necessarily money because this sign much free education out there with photography as we've seen with hairdresser in even now. The so much education out there that you can get for free which I didn't get the time. And that's just once we. Go on Youtube and yeah, you can find lots of info out there. I guess. Yeah absolutely. We spoke at a starting. We about you know there is a lot more than just being an award winning. British address the Educator Influenza. What's your words to our listeners when you say look? You know you are more being ahead dresser. Great what what would you say to that to just finish on and take away for people? When they refer to this just a hairdresser. Must've guilty of saying in the past in my early years I'm just ahead. But actually. When you look at what you do..
Jonathan Luff on Co-Founding an Incubator for Early-Stage Cybersecurity Companies in the U.K.
"I'm not by background attack person I come from a liberal arts background I studied politics in languages at university, and I was fascinated in international affairs I was always interested in history and politics. And that developed into a into a study of international relations, so I I studied. To universities in the UK Newcastle, which is in the north of England, and a Master's degree at Bristol University in the south and it was really. While? I was at Bristol that I developed. An interest in joining the foreign, Service Exams for the for the Foreign Service while I was at university there and I joined the British Foreign Office in in one, thousand, nine, hundred eight, and that took me on a fascinating professional journey, had the opportunity to study Arabic while I was in the Foreign Office and that took me to the Middle East. where I I had a couple of postings. Including some time spent his adviser to UK and US military forces during the war in two thousand and three, and over the course of my my government career over the course of my Foreign Office career I increasingly focused on national security issues. So you know things like counterproliferation, counterterrorism and Cybersecurity, and so that that really took me sort of further towards the the work that I now do but really my my leap into startup space, and and the work that we now do with with cybersecurity companies that was that was triggered towards the end of my government service, I spent a couple of years as an adviser. Downing, street a prime. Minister's Office that was two thousand ten eleven twelve, and around that time there were number of reviews taking place into UK national security, and that flowed some very interesting work around cybersecurity as a as a tier, one, a national security threat, and and you know I I was involved in some of that work. And after leaving, government decided to to make it one of the things that I would focus on. And so, what are you involved with today? What is your day to day like these days? Well since two thousand fifteen with my co-founder grace, cassie, who was another friend of mine from Foreign Service Days A. WE wanted to put in place. A way to support entrepreneurs. In the! Early days of establishing a cybersecurity company we had seen in our time. In government that the this was one of the most important. Challenges and opportunities of of the of the of the decade and we felt that weren't really any. Systems or structures in place to provide the support that was needed. This is fascinating complex area of technology and business, and while there were united some fantastic institutions in the UK there were already a number of significant companies operating this space. We couldn't see the number of innovative new companies emerging that we that we expected to say on the E. found in in somewhat more mature ecosystems like the US, and and to some extent Israel, so we started, Ceylon and Ceylon was A. In early days and experimental accelerator modeled to some extent on programs like Y combinator, but dedicated to Cybersecurity, so we initially Ranna three month program in London, and it's really grown from there and over the last five years we've. We've run ten programs in London and four programs in Singapore and we've had with one hundred companies come through those programs, and so we we spend our. We spend our day odd as in running those programs finding and supporting those entrepreneurs, and then, and then continuing that that support once they leave the program. Can you give us some insights on the state of Cybersecurity and entrepreneurship there in the UK? Yeah well I think it's developed. significantly certainly over the the ten years. That we've been really focusing on this and. Definitely we've seen that. Over the five years we've been running ceylon there really wasn't a a community of of of cybersecurity startups here in the UK back in in the first part of the last decade. We we've helped to capitalize that community here, and there is now a thriving startup ecosystem right across the range of technologies, but definitely in cybersecurity. And I think there are now there are some really quite successful companies that have been set up and developed here over the past five years, and it's now very much part of a a broader technology system here in the UK. And part part of the reason for that is that? The UK has a good reputation in this space, but it's also a a good place to to set up a business if you'll from somewhere else It's been a draw for talent. globally and we certainly saw that in in cybersecurity. We could see the talent. In cybersecurity was was very much distributed around the world. It wasn't just an isolated pockets, and and we found in. Many people wanted to come and. Join our program and get the business started in the UK, and as a result there now you know tens, if not hundreds of of interesting small companies in this field. Is there, even a geographic advantage of of being where you are. I'm thinking you're sort of you. Know equidistant to S- to some of the other important centers of cybersecurity. There's no question. I think you know. Greenwich Meantime has been a competitive advantage for the UK in many different areas of a of business and finance. Over the centuries I think it gives us a genuine advantages being as you say, in time term sort of equidistant between. The economies of the of the of the Americas and those of The Middle East Asia, and that definitely that definitely helps you know having the the economies of Europe on on our doorstep, and you know the last forty years at least strong connections to those economies has been helpful. London has been a melting pot for anybody trying to start a business seek finance and I. Think you know the world the world does come to London or at least it did until we were hit by the pandemic I. Think it will nonetheless emerge from the current crisis is one of the world's great global cities, and and so you know geography masters in Business and certainly been helpful to the development of the cyber ecosystem here.
IGN Expo Day 1: Everything Announced and Revealed
"There was other announcements that happened yesterday. So John is doing their summer of gaming with their Aegean Expo and day one yesterday had a bevy of announcements. Mostly you know smaller, India or double A. Games, but Brittany we have you to talk to us all about everything that was revealed for Yuccas Leka drag over. It looks so good. There's a crayfish name Nancy. Is that all we need to know. Yeah, that's literally all anyone ever needs to. Get into this game, but no, so the main takeaway for me because I'm. I know I'm going to play this game surprising. No one is I'm trying not to learn about the plot point and at one point Oh gosh, someone from. The team was talking started talking about kind of like where the story was. Go and I kind of tuned out after that so what I did is I went to Yakuza Hughes a PC gamer. And I pulled some of the top things that they found from the stream, and it was all salisbury free, so the Games turn based. Combat, which includes a job system. All takes place in the protagonist head. He's imagining real. Fight says he's absurd. Encounters are full of special moves so apparently. Yvonne is a fan of Retro Gaming, and in order for him I guess getting like the Groove of fighting. He imagined that all of this kind of stuff in his head, and that's how we applies. Is like fight to it? I guess I. Don't know. Like I got map it out. You can level up bonds between characters called drink links in with higher bonds. They'll do follow up attacks for you and combat, and it sounds like you can maybe romance other characters Nikko. We're getting a little persona alert or with our links with our like drink links is actually a very. There are nineteen jobs each have their own unique outfits classes I'm assuming this can mean and then the new setting Yokohama's apparently three times, the size of Maroteaux with nine different districts, which is just absolutely insane to me. I thought Colorado was big enough, but hey, you can always go up three times bigger. And there's. Significant business management mode where you take over a feeling, confess confectionary company, and turn it a greedy great holdings, company and it'll. Shareholder battles and there's straight cart inquest which are embracing mini games in can. You pick up cans and rickshaw out. Collect other Ken collectors. I mean more I see, it's just I can't wait. The, beauty of the series is that it has some really. The main narrative is really intense, and there are some super deep impactful moments. I've tried several times. I'll play these games, but you have this off the wall. Goofy side content that really. Lightens the mood up and. Sounds like ready to beginning a lot of that I'm really excited. Obviously, we still have a release date their keep saying day and date for the new consoles, but if I had to guess I'd say it's probably coming out maybe in a few months or so. Wait, so this is one of the Games is coming to current Gen before dex. Chan right I'm assuming this. They're being really cagey with the wording of it. They're saying you know I. It was only confirmed for Xbox What's IT called series? Yeah, but the thing where you buy, you can play it on. The other has no the backwards compatible one of a smart delivering. Yes The name of it but I know what you're talking about. Yeah, so as part of that, and then they just officially announce that long ago. That of course is coming to PS five as well an PS for an xbox one, but they're saying the same day that it's going to release for all these like how does but but. Yeah so I. Don't know why they're not giving a release date I. Really don't understand because we're already halfway through June so if they're. They're holding it to relaunch it on launch day for five or xbox series that they can't give the release date because the farmers having well. No, they're saying they're going to release on the. They're all GONNA release like on the same day is what it sounds like, but maybe that's what they're also. Maybe that's what they're saying is like. It's going to release on PS. Fi first or xbox were I we don't know. Why am I confused here? Yeah, yeah, it doesn't make sense. It'll all become clear I'm sure I would guess that they're tying announced date by the end of the summer. Typically three if we don't see dates at e three announcement and their holiday, we give them games calm because that's another major marketing beat that's directly ahead of the holiday season. Big spend that we usually see retailers doing so hopefully. We'll know by the end of the Ceylon, and where you'll appreciate this. Apparently, there's two hundred and fifty two Suji Mon and you can become a Sushi mind master. If you collect these dangerous beans that are called Sugerman I, see challenges, the green, red and blue kind, and then it's an encyclopedia and you build another coke addicts. I just like. It looks cool. Who that was a lot, and there certainly was some other news that happened this week, but of course we are focusing on this massive playstation reveal event, and not to discredit any of the games that were announced. Extra Day One. There's just like so much to cover. We just cannot. Crawl into one episode of our show, but we are looking forward to doing even more next week next week's going to be another massive show with more watch along because I'm going to be creating a streaming. Streaming schedule calendar that I'm going to put up for you guys. You know exactly when we're going to be live on our twitter channel and you can watch along with us, but I do want to do have quick follow up on a story that Brittany and I talked about on the Monday show, which is the bundle for racial justice and equality that it. has been blasting out so their initial fundraising goal for this bundle that we talked about was I can't remember it was what was the initial goal was like a five million it was. I don't remember the. Over five million dollars now and their fundraising effort, which is phenomenal. The bundle originally had around seven hundred forty two games. I WANNA say now has over a thousand, and it says it includes more than fifteen hundred works from at least one, thousand, one, hundred and ninety eight creators, so they're adding more games so this bundle all the time, and it's raising money for the N. double ACP legal defense, and Educational, fund and the Community, Bail Fund proceeds from the fundraiser will be split fifty fifty between the two organizations and
"ceylon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Columbia road and Ceylon Dudley street where officials believe that the fire started no word on what started this fire and that's WBZ TV's to shoddy with low reporting protests in dozens of cities across the country overnight just days after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis people taking to the streets marching and chanting stopping traffic some protests sparking violence toward police former police officer Derek Java now accused of pinning floored with his knee to his neck even after Floyd stopped breathing Java now facing third degree murder and manslaughter charges it was the fourth straight night of riots in Minneapolis last night in downtown Atlanta demonstrations turn violent the protesters filled the streets in Los Angeles here's ABC's Alex stone anybody in the streets here being told they must leave if they are in downtown LA the LAPD declaring downtown one big unlawful assembly and ordering everybody to leave people who live in downtown LA were told by the LAPD to remain inside any businesses that are open are being told they should close the LAPD once the streets empty president trump says he has spoken with Floyd family and is asking the justice department to expedite their own investigation of his death yeah I didn't like what I saw at all high so it was a terrible thing that terrible picture I'd take that did so it said in so many ways from the stand one of the family and the president says he does support peaceful protests here in Boston.
"ceylon" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast
"Of tea or coach Away from everybody else. That's like less than five minutes to have drink but to have it mindset. He just drinking at and decided that this is this drink and this is my time for me. It seems so small it could be two to three minutes but again is being in those aspects of the day. Where you've just been I. I did take of myself. I did go into the toilet and actually just sitting on your phone with instagram. Wherever you're at a few minutes just looking at the news but just just tapping out I. It's like pulling the Radia in that break time and maybe just having a dog waited smoke things that you don't realize affect your mind and body Ceylon and other been any times in the past few weeks that you surprised yourself with the finding things easier than you expected or harder than you expected or night. How how is this kind of affected effect? I would say at least once or twice a week. I have a minute where I'll have a maybe. It's a half a day where I just feel. Adjust fail rubbish. I just feel like it's not. I am enjoying this time. So the weather's amazing moment so it's not any of those things. It's just that I think it's realizing we don't know what going on this is crazy time. It's never been done before releasing people that you don't really know what to do either because no one knows so. It's like a lower your body to have that time where it's like. It doesn't feel good. My everyday in my household has a time right that might be a snappy which require WanNa.
Join Forces to Create Unique Hair Education, with Katrina Kelly and Conor Doyle
"Between of being lockdown. I've had all of the emotions like every kind of emotion I've had from the week before the business had to close to decide what what we were going to do before the government do told was and then the first week I was kind of lazy and then the second week I was just enjoying the moment of quiet now having to do and then like this week. Now I've been busy busy busy organizing dance almost so we'd have emotions. I'd say about you you adopted into this okay and you find implanted to go out and slowly think and this is what. I've been talking to a lot of people in the industry where I think like because we've been so busy. There's nearly as like dealing of guilt. Almost you know what I mean because like everything's cancelled We can't really plan too far ahead so we've gone from having like the whole year plan to sudenly sitting down and thinking what to do next so for me. The hardest part is actually just like taking a breath. Getting there definitely gotten their Katrina. I mean say you both as education. You really you have yourselves but how you coat with this current restrictions that we've been given in isolation lockdown everything that was planned has that created a meltdown for you and have you that with it. Yeah so I think for me what happened was I could see at Komen. I good Sense of like you know. I had it educated Portugal. That trip was cancelled. I was in Italy in that Wisconsin. I supposed to go. Easy that Wisconsin everything. Kinda start counseling down and then you know the shutdown of the Ceylon was. It would lay Again how the safety is most important and but now I'm kind of if I'm honest John. I'm enjoying having time with my family. And they're not annoying me to think he's been. We've all got a heads around. We're all in this or the same. We're all in it together. So initially was a shock. Wasn't it because again? You had some bookings going on different things we would do in it but now. I'm Kinda waking up each morning. She in kin and I feel a bit guilty for Sinus. Almost umbrella over enjoy myself. Not exactly a name isn't it? You're like you're like you're not entitled to that because you don't have all this works to actually it's a whole world is on pause. You do guilty about it because you know there's so many people suffering obviously the medical profession epidemic of wonderful thing but from a selfish industry. Point of view is quite nice to have a little bit of time down and I think the thing about it is creative. Energy is to really let that go. Wouldn't you agree? Trina yeah like in the sense as well. I think that as hairdressers we do tend to dot to you know new things that are happening. I think as a creative especially when the night stops. That's when your brain starts to walk more so I think it's good to it's nearly its forces into this space that we stop and think in a different way put lives or instagram lives. Connor Katrina deserve. What's your take on this? I've just kind of doing one of them at the minute. An quite well because they came more from like not being able to stop so he's a great. How can they possibly deliver to work? Get the industry involved also just like make a little bit of money for charity and civic and going Dot Tumb quake good so I think everyone is kinda reach now on developing a bit into that now Daphne I think showed how much potential is in Duffield of inscribed on facebook live. Maybe we weren't using as much before. Well we certainly on that. Well we treat. I mean he's gone. It's called mental hasn't it? Everybody is just a lot you know what? Let me. Just get on their lives yet. Like is for millions. I wear deal on M. There was one thing that we want to do on its launch an educational so are not held back on a couple of the lines because this week possibly tonight. I actually this weekend and we're launching a new website. This is all a home. Diy like has your hair at home but not color. Joist 'em how to do. Different styles are actually due to watch this instead of the on the lines. Were doing like to watch the live at the tutorials on the website you have to donate so for the source few weeks or actually 'em raise money for lots of phones for Amer Hospitals Arend and sore the World Health Organization as well and so another kind of held back on some of the light on instagram. For that reason because we are site is going to go live so but we're delighted that we are going to be doing everything like for donations for the floor. He weeks all that launched as mega wilder view is doing. I think for a great cause but yeah I have a lot of fun watching these lives and people getting used to beeping good to watch now. Certainly. Yeah we'll be watching what you do in. Yeah sounds great Wednesday night but we want to learn a little bit more of the guys and I know you are massive. I mean you both huge in Ireland. I know that and certainly across European giving listeners. A little bit of a heads up less work at how you came together. I in you know as a bit of a collaborative force would not be. Right in saying the purview. You you definitely got so. Let's start off with yourself. Khanna gives a bit a heads upon who you are the hairdresser and where you are right now so I suppose I'm Harris in eight years at this stage and I. I was inclined of a really big company for a long time. And they're quite good. I got quite actually started to feel like the same thing over and over again. I started to feel like I didn't actually like hair anymore. It's actually like I didn't like industry. I DOT COM to panic. Decided why didn't realize actually that I was just talking to roll and I think sometimes you don't realize until you're on the outside of it and so what happened was I think I think Katrina. Just start shot and over instagram. And WHO's just like? Who says MoD one? Who'S IN WAY MASSACHU- requests headier? Then we got gotten on. Education is always something that. Kinda I wanted to get into a bit more Fulltime Amway's doing a bit of a time never under my own name was always under the company's name or through a brand or something like that on my stock trainer kind of thing and I think Katrina just Matt The exact point where we both kind of a bit of a real realized that we could actually Jewish collaborate and fuel each other's trae tippety android without overpower each other and that was about maybe two years ago. We did some projects together from them. Brunch did our own things again but we always bounce back to each other and to check in and see. How can we build your auto home? We create something together. You know advised that way on so since then. I've left and bigger company. I now work with wildflower crate. Shudo which is kind of crazy flow bespoke kind of area in Dublin on Bhai Danica Garner Ideal Cooper. Dare I have my own Education Connor James Education and I still. I know what a couple of bronze on my own terms and Katrina now are starting to poke. That's kind of where I'm at the independent iconic. Oh you lucky. The indecent of freelance work with lots of different various brands educational. You kind of in a free place to as you want when you want. Yeah exactly am I think that's a really? I don't think you can actually put a value on that radio and I think that's you know I think that's the way businesses need to be if they want to retain stuff. I think that's like more business. Owners are seeing that those that aren't are probably finding harder to retain staff Co. I kind what about you Katrina and so I guess is well like that a stage where are my education. I had my own education for three or four years on against was educate brand online education. was like going radio. I was trailed with it. Got to a stage where I was ready to kind of you know. I wanted to collaborate. I of felt like education again. Like being bossed at times can become very lonely. When it's you up there all the time. Educating says sometimes it's nice to collaborate with somebody so am I had an idea for this 'em Harrison's course and I had spotted connor how isolated. Dm So we sit back idea for the science education connected together then Katrina yet like we had. We had been told on instagram on. Just when I came up with the idea of the Harry signs and we wanted it to be created when I got into it. You can't just knew he was the one I just knew I was like it. Has He was the? And when we did chemistry experiments like ideas for future on Salva chemistry experiment than just critic creative
Ryan Forsythe of Trevor Sorbie: Being a Happy Successful Hairdresser
"Before we go any more into that. Let's just learn about you. Ron And you'll Rosa I. He just gives a little bit more of a heads up about you'll row at Trevor Syllabi and undertakes so our senior director in the card. Salam which is our flagship store. And I've been since two thousand four and basically started as a stylist there and worked on the way up to to this position and I look to all of the education happens in the cotton solemn and I work under Tiziana prematurely. She's the international head of education. So you know together. I work very closely with her. And we way Lacoste with in house education which is for the system Sir Training and there is also Zach by and Nathan who lacoste at the technical side of the shining and yeah we look after the assistance. We also look after people that are applying for jobs like He pulled up from the outside so we take trae tests we retry them and we'll say China teaches to become teachers. So you know. That's quite busy rolling itself as well as you know. We're all working on the floor as well. Five days a week doing clients fully but is and stuff like that stuff as well as the head of the ship sound on. What led you to that role so I mean I can't trump sorby and I you know I came in from the from the outside odd had previous experience so I kind air and I started as a stylist and ostrow couple years of working trying to kind of make my my kind of inroads. They're around all these amazing addresses who I really wanted to aspire to be like no you at Angelo Seminar. A time and trevor was cutting additives carrying and those all these headdresses around you that you just aspired to be like so. I just really wanted to kind of eventually get to that level and Pi Ata of all those names futures should of delight site uproar many of them onto the podcast but for the most respected names in the world. Trestle be really is in the same levels. Vidal's essay in Mile. They probably the the world of hairdresser in the Angelo with former guest. Tom Connell very first interview previous. You have this certain style of hairdresser. Enemy galleys at that point of what Trevor Soobee is all about. And it's look it's tastes level in the head that it produces in its collections. I think first of all so continuing education things like the good foundation in Cotonou coloring styling having that foundation and then then kind of developing missiles personality the individual in the of the Hesse themselves. You know we're not trying to kind of create robots. We won't people'd Sir to flourish on. We really try to encourage creativity and yeah. I mean you know this. I guess we kind of work as a family. I'm necessity collaboration in terms of trying to kind of and that's why you see that consistency in terms of taste level. Think Yeah Salinas well before you were Trevor Sloppy. You mentioned that you was a hairdresser pronto. So you didn't start out. Trevor Soobee now. What was that before you got today and say I mean I I was? I come from a town outside. London called Stevenage in Harper Cheer. And it's also I think as thirteen IDA starts getting interesting to do hair. I didn't have any family. History of hairdressing. But you know I just. I loved anything creative. I loved music. I loved making start up fashion just I loved people but also was was London as a place and I saw was brought to London quite a lot bomb and my grandparents and you know as a place in really excited. And that's that's where I wanted to end up. I think it's a definite reason why I want to come into hair. I think just I always loved in my head coach as a as a kid. He wants governor here and I love the process before and after and fascinating. Our pain together. I loved the environment. I think it was how I fell off the haircut. That really made an impact on me me and my haircut and then we recently with James Bond the run around in the streets pretending to be twenty five. That's the Roger Moore James Bond. Put Away those. Yeah so that was. Then so yeah. You have an idea that I wanted to do and some tickets job in London. When I was fourteen so I was going to school class. Job In this great Ceylon in Maryland public image and Simona walk through the door. Just for this is this is broad belong so this is Ronnie to. I was in London as in hairdressing and this is a this is it now and I met my my my then boxes now at the Senate dear friend of mine who Barry Chriswell and he was to become a teacher and I would call mental as well because he taught me to Kuttab. He taught me really good work ethic he said Iran. We would like to pie to go out and party but just please come to work. You know that. Stay that stage that stay with me to this day so often I is kind of. I thought last album by role yourself them run as in your position that you have been not mental and how important is for your team. I don't yeah I feel like I'm in a position now where I can offer my experience for education and just infer. Two Years of working in hairdressing solve worked with great hairdressers levels and and obviously we client different manages. The norm that say so. I would consider a wealth of experience and of offering. I feel like the me. It's my duty to be able to help people whether it's with education whether it straight simply or whether it's just how to progress in the salon style saw in a hairdresser in general. I think the other thing. My my mushroom buried taught me was kindness and being a good person. You know. That was something that really stuck with me. From the
Getting Through the Toughest Start to Life as a New Salon Owner
"Podcast. I want you today to listen to because I want you to fill a shed experience of somebody who is going through. Exactly what your guy for yes? We have different ways of different problems. We're all daily wave in our own way but Brooke is a hairdresser. One of the most exciting rising stars in our industry. Say she's a fainting and by two thousand twenty but in her short space of being silent owner since December. Two thousand nine teen. She has had to really grow quickly because in February of this year she had to experience flooding in her cell on her brand new salon and this was after she had to go through the process of the troubles of opening her Salam but she had to close a salon for two weeks. Then we will face with we all know now corona virus. How issue dealing with it? Well that's what she's GonNa talk as for. She's GonNa talk about what she is doing right now in this situation of the corona virus and as I tell Ya es podcast that would just give you hope it will give you smalls. It will make you feel positive in such desperate times and really is the perfect medicine for all of us need right now. And that's what I'm GonNa make sure that each and every one of you gets with these podcasts re week we are going to beat this together. And we're GONNA come out of it pasta and are no Brooke is GonNa make you feel really good about hairdressing and what you can do in this time of lockdown right now son delighted to welcome onto the show Brooke Evans. Welcome to the show Brook Hollow. What can we say I mean here? We are offering Sunday. The world's gone nuts hasn't it really has unser thinking. Is She happening? Every one of us broke his nephew wit. All everyone's being personally affected by this. And you know we're all having to come to terms with this and how we're going to do and how your mindset in not being a salon owner. You've got the Kevin's silently bridge. Where you at? Where's your head at. Am I think my head to scrambled? However you've got to stay positively situation so I'm trying to not focus on the now and more focused on the full weight on what's happening later on in life and I think it's really difficult to focus on the now because it's unstable. This is the first time this has happened and nobody has the answer so I mean we start he laughing in lots of ways. It's almost that's what we need to do. Isn't it because you know it's just bunk? World has just changed beyond recognition in one week. Really I mean two weeks. We will going this way but week. It's just changed but I mean so much I wanNA learn today really help you as you're young Solano neurons. You brought them in. How long have you I mean? How old are you? Mommy asking that question. Twenty six six. Have Your Own Salam I turn. When did you open this salon? And December serve out three months ago and premiums Guy Right. We'RE GONNA go into that. One lupe sounds just a pill. The pitcher but just for our listeners. I want them to really to learn from. You obviously has a young son and how you deal with the current Corolla Corona virus outbreak. But the positive things. How are you going to go forward but I think also I won't do I think. Why are you on is one? You are an outstanding rising star in Industry Financing Two Thousand Twenty member sallow. Now you've had you've had some problems. In those pre months it would be fair to science. Corona virus is just want to add to the layers of already in your early days. So tell us about yourself so you you open to December where is it gives an insight into the SALOM so we bought the Ceylon Staw last year? It was a mechanics courage so it been derelict for twenty years said needed loads into it. So I am formally what Tim Scott Right. The Hair Surgery Amazing Time Act told him the news and Tim. I'm going to leave in. May and by then hopefully will be opened in June come December. We still wear so the those those things to do in the salon a lot more than we ever could imagine. We had a fight with the council and climate. And because it's a conservation area. In areas outstanding beauty. There was not some rules and regulations but that we got there taking on the obvious. Hoy Street location. No not at all. I mean it was always a case of wanting to have a hope and somewhere where people was a hassle. We weren't just doing. Have you know we have local? People come in. They have the coffee and I wanted to be relaxing environment and so people feel comfortable in because quite often has daunting for paper. That Doug at the head on south is always my goal so I need an ability to fill that and this is kind of course this profiteering. What it looks Chatila Laminate looks it does look. I know you're super cool. Hairdresser you You know really are flying in the industry and things have been going great but you opened up this Salam think team there now so we started a quite small sensible which I'm really grateful for in the current climate So there's a team of four of us. Mom is very much in the picture. So my mom and dad actually have an invested in me to integrate and they built the style with me. So it's just been a three-month dot and then we've of employed a hairdresser in a ball to add to the team so business has been going great right. I'm guessing you bill because you're in the beautiful place. I am bridge. So is that Roy Bridge. Yeah it's beautiful outside of the UK and knows the embraceable nine place. Well actually. It's a lot more well known than I originally saw the island. Bridges the first of our own bridge in the world. Somehow people from all over the world come to visit my inside of the trip that remind you take very interesting breads so you sound December and it was really good but I've seen instagram pipes. And I know that you were struggling with problems so you had the the real of getting the Salon Open. I mean that's the part of the problem. But you've given asylum then tell us what's happened while sings against cooking along nicely. Yes so we have consolidated stem but that was right. You know. We had our first month which I'm used to be busy all the time. But it was steady and we look right for the new while existing clients. Then you have your January blues which you know we knew we were going to and and then February. We were strict with floods which is mad because when we bought the property. We knew that we may see how that never to the extent that we did and never in our wildest dreams we think we'd to ship the solemn for two weeks Anita Tunnel for two weeks. Yes which was mad because the solemn was drawn however it was coming up a With what we've got like a pit. Which is Philip full of alcohol and stuff for clients and the water was coming up through there and through the front dill so we were pumping the water out. So we just couldn't be Penn but the washer outside the Ceylon needed a boat to get to so it was them it stranded so you had to close. I close so what? How did you deal with that situation? So you close was any cover. Obviously you've gotta Pay Your rental. I Dunno you wrote heads. Yeah I'm suppose on really fortunate that my mom and dad were there to help. So we had my dad's pumps mojo compel Pinta out the Gills understood and are ready triumphs in the big picture here. I didn't want to pay the bills at an identity. Now what you pay them such sake. Whatever so I wanted to maintain and their wage is for as long as I could which I did manage to a But I think it's a really difficult situation to be. We ended up moving into the salons or two weeks to pump. The socks needed for our surveillance. So
"ceylon" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Know any comebacks businesses. Really really starting struggle now. We don't half the money to pay you to not be here and cover all the costs and then we got a letter from him saying he wanted to he wanted is and he wanted us to buy him is. Did you feel good about that. Having all right no no no. It was awful because we were in such coach. A situation where you know money was tight and then we got. This letter was so formal. We've been friends. You'll be so no formal that it was like what had happened. I mean I know you probably can't talk too much into it because it's how did you become difficult between free partners. It's is is difficult. It definitely is difficult which vanished nice to quite well up until that point boss I think once we kinda closed down the Wallis you know the cash cow I think thank than that's when he said why don't WanNa be part of this any case. Oh let's be totally on. His money was moved. What the the driving force thinking? I WANNA put money back into this business. Let's grow and needed to be done. We need to to each of us. Find money to invest back in 'cause we had overdrawn so to talk to Mike an issue to the business even more while how the dispute went so it went into a dispute resolution. Because it wasn't going to be a he owed money to the business he he owed money intact as well and our solicitor advised us to just pay our and leave his. What was his own tax? Bill can be too heavy. Jesus or was he the business tax business tax in cool. Yeah we were liable for it. Yes so you're basically you will have to take out your own conduct money. Put that back into the tax bill. But he wasn't good. Put it in so you want to buy. share-out his estimation of how much show was worthless us over the talk everyday. Ceylon owners hairdresser. This is what we wanted to hear. You know this is the every day issues of businesses. We can look in on on the outside. The guy is amazing. Look Vivian she's job in a beautiful car. What Beautiful House that the you know these things can can ham? I'm so hopeful it was awful start went on for two years and and it was the horrendous. Because we weren't we stayed hotter twelve. starlets lease was actually stopped. We were coming to the end of our leaks. Listen not promises. We were in a deficit and with with our tax bills. And wait way. Tell you something happened that really everything to ahead so. It's not often that you get guys in sates with bullet heads coming into foul. Obviously these would not be very sustainable. Said these these guys these two guys with I saved that clipboards walked in right in the middle of middle of the day. The problem was packed and knitting. Looked over at them and she was like their bailiffs so day so she she.
"ceylon" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Well there's a lot to look forward to Greg. Sacco always a pleasure and congratulate. Everybody involved and I can tell we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk early and often there's year. Thank Steve I hope so Greg Zakho and The BRUNETTI also succuming of course involved the with mind control and I was I guess it was at Saratoga. It was yeah it was at Saratoga before the I guess it was before the wasn't the was it before the Jerkins we had seth and I had had Ceylon and I'm trying to remember the maybe it was maybe it was before Belmont or maybe when when he was a two year old might have been when he was a two year old. Actually I think it was. I think it was in eighteen gene. We had saw that day and he had just bought in to my control and a came up and he said I don't know we're going to run and the hopeful and whatever solace salt sounds like Sounds like the Lucky Lucky charm. He's like the leprechaun on and on the cereal box. It's unbelievable take a break here and of course the Pasi does that was a funny funny situation situation. I've ever those guys asked me. They asked me King of the fossils are all excited. They're running Joe via the Belmont so I don't know they didn't. I said God bless him. I thought it was. I thought it was a ambitious spot. Hot and then they get rewarded with just I mean as hard trying a.
Can trapped Thai boys be rescued by learning to scuba dive?
"And scott goldberg it felt like climbing mount everest that's how one rescue diver describes the two mile track to get to the flooded cave in ceylon were twelve boys in their soccer coach have been trapped for more than a week they're now being taught to use scuba gear as rescuers plan the escape the big question here is whether they dive out through some of these still so much tunnels that are in that while they wait for it to dry out baseball about whether or not those boys feel strong enough to be able to do it the good news is that water is running in the right direction the current is flowing towards the mouth of the cave that could help them if they did decide to do that abc's james longman in thailand back here firefighters in the west are spending the holiday battling wildfires the biggest.