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Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row

"An an anti anti death death penalty penalty advocate advocate has has married married a a man man on on Oklahoma's Oklahoma's death death row row Leah Leah Rogers Rogers says says she's she's keenly keenly aware aware of of the the realities realities facing facing her her and and Richard Richard Colossus Colossus it's it's a a very very unique unique set set of of circumstances circumstances obviously obviously not not everybody's everybody's gonna gonna understand understand that that Rodgers Rodgers spent spent more more than than a a decade decade advocating advocating for for an an end end to to capital capital punishment punishment her her new new husband husband was was twice twice convicted convicted and and sentenced sentenced to to die die for for ordering ordering the the nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven killing killing of of the the owner owner of of the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City motel motel we're we're gonna gonna support support for for rich rich surviving surviving execution execution three three execution execution accounts accounts possibly possibly facing facing off off for for a a little little one one thing thing he's he's really really taken taken away away from from that that is is don't don't take take anything anything for for granted granted in in an an AP AP interview interview Roger Roger bristled bristled at at the the suggestion suggestion Colossus Colossus notoriety notoriety is is what what attracted attracted her her to to him him there there is is absolutely absolutely nothing nothing romantic romantic about about the the person person you you love love facing facing not not just just death death but but a a potentially potentially pretty pretty torturous torturous death death Rogers Rogers says says the the focus focus should should be be on on gossips gossips innocence innocence adding adding he he has has already already lost lost twenty twenty five five years years of of his his life life I I bet bet Donahue Donahue

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"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Worry my dear you heard your mother all is well. Home shall take care of everything sir. Always a terrible. It's okay you will fix it. Everything is fine your home. Thanks so much for listening to our final episode. The new colossus was written.

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

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"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

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"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"A news there. Love hardest power couple and you wanted to piss off your mom what you did and she pissed you off to which you both get off on right. That's what i thought. Mazas music was superior. Did you interview her. Yeah what did she say. She liked it course. She loves your tortured artists houdini. Even though you'd never go for her you'd never go for her right now. Maybe i'll start writing poetry when i'm not working or taking care of mom that would make a difference. She might come around. Shook them around. How many cats right sure do your good guy. some ladies really liked it. I just saw back grabber. Yeah yeah let. let's go. i'm telling you man. You should concentrate on making documentaries user talents for good. You should shooting on me. Man you keep talking about using your art make james. My school is five blocks away. And it's a real hellhole. It bring your camera and capture. Some of that gives them resources in there for the kids. It helped me get a raise. Man teachers in that place are dying. I know dude. I'll think about it. It's just not my thing you know. He's where's masha. Mr. you got frosting on your face. What all over shit. Conrad you're the camera in my face news and tell me i capture reality. Man can't shy away from it. You're so full of shit and you want to push back to the house. Now go on. I'll have conduct. We'll be back. Let me pick up. I all right later. Aren't you gonna ask me what i thought of your play. What did you think of play. You don't think. I have an opinion or is my opinion meaningless because a sick old man. No treat me like a piece of furniture. And it'd be shifted around periodically till i die. I'm no potted plant. God damn it. I'm still here easy uncle me. What did you think of car read. There are two things. I wanted in life to be a published author and to marry someone. Good someone good for me. I failed on both counts. I've carried around the idea for my novel for forty years almost twice your lifetime. I haven't written down a word of it. But i wrestle with it every day polishing turns of phrase dialogue. I have written that god damn novel in my head hundreds of times by tell you few. It's a goddamn masterpiece. it's not too late ongoing. Congest point god it. I miss my window run out of time. i'm too god damn tired. No anyway conrad. I thought your play was very strange. But the peace at heart. And i really like that. You express yourself you struggle with big meaningful ideas freedom. Rebirth you put yourself out there. I believe you have potential nephew. You could make something of yourself even more so than your mother. Keep going you like really yes. I repeat myself exactly what she said uncle here. The fucking inhaler. New losses feedback sessions. Conrad arkin soren arkan. What did you think of my place here. Look here saved them. What did you think of what say what you said before it later. No no no. You can't do it. Come on come on to get to sleep sorin funding going on conrad up to the house and get this back note. This is important. Christ supposed to have it for you. You fucking camera could go now. He's fine. Why are you why i saw from the stream. Thank you many syringe. Here okay. you're okay. You look in the camera uncle. Say what you said. Connie stop it. I'll give you one job. He's not my job. This is my job. This is important to me if i did it. It's gonna heater dude. Look at the guy you'll forget it won't be the same. I'm taking him back to the house. Take everything from me now. It's gone off smith. Thanks so much for listening to episode two of six. The new colossus was written directed and produced by tamra kazan. This audio drama was adapted from cameras. 2016 stage play produced by little green pig theatrical concern and inspired by anton. Chekhov's play the seagull written in eighteen. Ninety five big things to the incredible team made this audio production possible executive producer. Really a bellefield. Sound design and sound editing by sam. Elia original music by edith snow and schuyler dudas. The audio was recorded at trailblazer studios by cameron fitzpatrick. Our audio engineer and production manager chemo lassiter with additional support from production assistance bar bet hunter and kaley morrison this audio drama features. The acting talents of ron lee mcgill s conrad ep. Jones as nina edith snow as arena. John jamerson as trig schuyler buddhists as masha ryan. Do as many susannah huff as paulina. Michael foley s on chemo lassiter was the anonymous interviewee on the street. In graphic design was by kaley morrison for more information and to become a patron. Please visit the new colossus podcast dot com for questions or just to say hi. Email us at the new colossus podcast at g mail dot com and check us out on twitter instagram and facebook links in the show notes. Thanks for listening and stay tuned..

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Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

Monocle 24: Midori House

06:39 min | 1 year ago

Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

"Let's then continue to estonia. That has become the only country in the world with women serving both fest prime minister and president. The country's new government was sworn in earlier today. Officially making connel's the country's first female prime minister the previous government had to resign due to a corruption scandal. God relief cassini policy fellow at the european council on foreign relations wasn't to surprise that estonia goes new female leader. Let's hear what she had to say. Stone years to wherever always has been gender equality. Women have always worked as hard as men things with worried. People have always been such things but the united states men and women rob divide. I mean when i grow up increase of soviet was the big thing and dealing with that men and women were same. So i didn't see. That's a such a big breakthrough but of course i mean normally it is because it hasn't had that sort of thing earlier but i think it happened naturally because many of resumed women on the top of reform party. They are close associates of of kaya colossus. So it wasn't like set thick just because they were. We mean the patriots. Your pirates places. Politics code released mr union herself there denny on what does it tell us about a country if it has a female leader. I take what Qadri leak said there in that clip to heart where she talked about the fact that it's for people in estonia. They met understand a little something about equality or might look at their society where we there is a bit more equality but i think the symbol of having the leader being a woman is very important for any country and for the rest of the world to see. It does mark a step forward. I think calvi say looking at good press from different countries around the world from from new zealand. And beyond what's happened in the united states last week with comma harris. It's an important step. And i think it's it's good especially in this time where i worry about a little bit of backsliding on on equality and things really good Newspaper reports in the global mail in canada over the weekend illustrating What sort of The not the political sphere. But what the business sphere has looked like and and what has changed throughout the pandemic. and the there's really been some backsliding on equality in boardrooms and the c. suite level for businesses across the country. Where it's even more male dominated. So i think in the political sphere is quite important as well to see this and i think it is a step forward. It's it's it's real simple to not only the eu partners but people around the world that especially Miskelly she's a young woman as well so i think that is important for For the country and for the projects that they'll want to work on in the u. It's knowing that estonian. I was to female leader still does change the way you see the country. Can i just say great pronunciation. I take outs from the proximity between estonia and finland. You're probably the only person on the show getting that right The language is very similar. Quick question for you. Marcus to turn on you they are. We can't quite understand each other. Words have different meanings because those two languages separated thousands of years ago. But you can get a clue what i'm reading estonian. Newspapers don't always need many translate sometimes make sense in phoenix too. I mean i mean talking about estonia. I think it's just interesting. Look it's tiny nation of about one point three million people of course paul of the soviet union in the post. I think it will. It will make people turn their heads a little bit and wanted to know About a year. And it's you know it's been a country that perhaps people didn't not about until fairly recently but it's been doing a very interesting things it's oversee really tried to give it up to be open to Entrepreneurship of recent kind of quoting itself. the digital nation and and pioneering. This this thing could e residency which is basically allowing people easy access online. Things like banking and payment processing and taxation. So it's been very forward looking in that regard also in terms of Mobility in public transport. And things like that. So i think this will cement ready the fact that you do now have both the prime minister president who women just really We'll be good for for the. Brian will be good for. So powell will go online but those things i mentioned as well thinking. This is a progressive interesting european nation a. And maybe make people onto no more done not agree with us to this can be a boost. I soft power. You work with our business program the entrepreneurs and it mentioned residency for example. How estonia's trying to attract new talent do think this this indeed. The that's people read news at lies about estonian having to female leaders and they kind of want to know more about that country one hundred percent i think people will be watching this closely and thinking about what it means for their next move or opportunity perhaps a thinking of talon perhaps as a as a new berlin of course you create a welcoming environments and wait to see if people will arrive. I think back actually to a good conversation. I had with the founder of a company called your baticle which is based out of estonia and we had this exact conversation about how sort of a small nation like that can make itself attractive on the world stage for people to come. Obviously you pointed out the e passport there and the potential to to have people on there is it would be very attractive for someone working remotely of course for for perhaps a bigger multinational company based somewhere else For its quality of life. Great capital Close to a lot of other places and it's looking like a very vibrant startup scene. So i think you know you show people that there is a welcoming environment in a social sense. And it can do wonders marcus. I really think until a really help. The country selling itself abroad

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Bethesda Announces Indiana Jones Game

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Bethesda Announces Indiana Jones Game

"Morning a little small indie company by the name of edessa decided to wake up in chooses violence. They've announced a new indiana jones game. I'm pulling directly from their twitter Kevin i have the twitter link. Create a poll up. If you wanna show the teaser that they tweeted out this morning for the indiana jones game between a follow up tweet reads like this. A new indiana jones game with an original story is involvement from our studio machine games. It'll be executive produced by todd howard in collaboration with lucasfilm games. It'll be some time before we have more to reveal but we're very excited to share today's news on those your reaction confusion because they didn't look rebrand yesterday and they're already like coming out swinging like i remember everyone thinking. I wonder if this means like indiana jones games like. Yeah maybe when they do movie sure but like i did not expect the day after they did. The rebranding like yeah. No lucas like indiana jones as well and machine games really good. Pick i would. I am excited for them to stretch our legs a little bit like get into different. Ip it like really see what they can do with this game. Yeah this looks. I'm very excited about this. From the perspective of i would not have expected this announced it and for them to come out and be giving it to machine games. I think is very exciting Because beijing games obviously known for the wolfenstein game the recent style games that i've been really excellent. This seems like an entirely new project for them. In the way that. I'm really curious and excited to see them. Stretch their legs and try out something new. Because this this very much reminds me of the same or similar as guerrilla games From zone in creating horizons zero. Don you know and like kill zone obviously like not wolfenstein in terms of how those things are. it's like wolfenstein. The new colossus vary excellent game. But what games in wolfson cost new colossus and. We'll send the order. I feel like if showing off a skill in terms of. Hey we can make blockbuster story like we can make We can have great dialogue and great cut scenes and really have you engaged with what's going on in the story of this game and so to see them tackle indiana jones game. I think is really exciting for that. Machine gave such a perfect pick because they're not afraid to just like if they want to do something that doesn't necessarily like jive with game and sarah and i'm not saying that's bad but like if they want to create some distance they will do it like we just colossus. Start off with you. Feeling all powerful. It's with you feeling like real shit like that. You start off extremely weak in that game. You literally start off in a wheelchair and then like before you really get. You know the new die. In a couple of hits. It is a difficult game at the beginning. I i can definitely see them. Having gained more quiet and contemplative at times indiana jones game that sometimes gets really lower action packed. And i think they're they're great at doing those balancing those two things so yeah. It is super cool to imagine what that game is right now. of course peach on dot com slash. Kind of funny games where you can go to ask questions for this show and most of the questions were all about this exact news and i have two questions that pretty much encompass what most people were asking So i'm gonna pull mitch crass in who wrote in and asked what is the most likely version of the in an indiana jones game. You're getting machine games. Third person first person tomb raider or horizon. Gluten full also wrote in and says good. Morning sexes with indiana jones. Being announced how do you think the game will fall into the microsoft acquisition. Xbox exclusive gain if third party and its success will microsoft. Continue making them. Thanks for all you do. 'em ron start from anywhere. I'm i'm gonna let you pick where we start in terms of what this game is going to be in house can be released. Could actually we're up to these things together is does does this game exist as an xbox version of mater are not charted. And that's like that. Is i think the most important question to me. 'cause like if like are they trying to go for. Hey why bother with dime store idiot joseph. Every jobs were here like drake become the. We have indiana jones at home. Kenneth i who knows. I think that would be an interesting for microsoft but the fact that acquisition was announced through ago as as the more than three months ago like four months ago. I'm gonna guess. His games deals deals with this game. Were asked before that but it is also worth noting that xbox responded to this tweet already. They've the xbox account. Sony has not as far as i know. Maybe it's correct me. W but does that indicate that this exclusive or does it like the fact that it's a external ip in the case that is supposed to be everywhere like this does give us a little bit of an idea or not yet but it will give us a little bit of idea of what does microsoft plan to do with the are they going to for example the star field on ps five. If so like was an ordeal for that or are they going to have startups five. Four seventy dollars and free on a free quote on game pass like that would be a hell of a contrast to make so. I'm curious what happens with within. Yeah jones because if they do make it they're like you can only play like spiderman. You can only play indiana jones on xbox that is a compelling do

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Remember When? 2020

No Challenges Remaining

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Remember When? 2020

"Is interesting for me again keeping the remember when like personal. This is where we spend a lotta time. We're we no longer see it as player in the flesh for the rest of the year. Either of us since where it becomes it's very divergent path right that from here on where like a one hand like. I'm not leaving home. Match like we have like a night of looking like may fifth rewatch korean baseball together and adopt the nc diagnose diagnose in the how camps dyno's jeff passan his pinkerton behind him and stuff like that. So we're on our own and you know doing our own. Things have watching not only connect. Whatever we're doing to keep ourselves sane afloat and tennis players meanwhile are like having these very different ways of coping. Go various out most of them. We don't hear from at all right muslim. Just go off grid. I will say that that's absolutely true. Most of them have just shut off so the ones we hear from early the outliers right but also larger the more prominent in late april or even it was late. March was already in march. Like it's poss- put up this flog of himself alone. His monica apartment. Where in this yellow raincoat is like stream of consciousness thing where he's like losing his mind like he doesn't know how to function he's also like not with his family that's sort of like argument or something in their various flares that we saw earlier in the year with mentioned that. Adp cup saying like his mother like you know the him at a press conference basically so he's on his own journey there and like some the first things we see some of them are really positive like we see like venus williams during this year's one of like sort of a low key like warning actors like bit role but like remember remember when venus williams got greek or damaged optic flasher. Exactly what i was gonna say. What a queen. Venus harass gregoire showing ads dramatically colossus the ground in performance ecstasy and. It's just a lovely moment of venus is like having a really you know again. I felt bad about similar to the fire. Donation topic like rating people on. How they're handling this thing. But like venus is somebody who like really like seemed to be like at peace like really opening up being way more talkative than she had all year like. There's one of the things. I found him looking. This is skipping ahead like lexington. She does like after she beat via. First round gives this unbelievably a few sive. Chatty postmatch interview. It's just been so mike which is like for the last several years in terms of what she's like in not being very revealing a reticent to share too much open up too much has been very different venus so we have that now the other hand we have things emerging like you know. Say this the novak djokovic stuff where i quietly. He's talking about or on a certain serbian channel. He says things that are if not definition of what we consider antitax at least vaccine. Skeptical in vaccine. Chilling say. I don't know exactly what to put in. Then he touching these instagram wives which you know venus is doing flirted with record time of the people in and and and if only judge just flirted with dmitrov harmless he could've done it was right therefore with an option. This is the college novak where instead he by early he was doing his a few instagram's With turbine jafaria wellness grew guy to joke. Which is somewhat credit. I don't know exactly what happened here. They stopped by mid mayton one more. After basically i people started started combat. For what ridiculous nonsense being spewed in them so we just all tennis players like what a tennis player was tennis star celebrity without the thing that makes them why we care which is tennis. Excellent right and we're left with these pictures of people who stop paying their coaches right away was a big theme like all these top top players stop paying their. That was a really big. That was a really bad really was mentioned a few times and it really explain like because you you learned about it and yes no. I know. I was really struck by how within days. What was it like before the week of in usama. How fast set move your mortgage. That players immediately. Cut off the payment to their coaches who they are the sole employers of in there not not almost all like Every coach was estimated was more than ninety percent of coaches. Weren't getting paid at this point. It was it was. That's fine but i'm just saying when you say that oil like ebay. But but you'd only coaches were not getting paid and it just sort of like selfishness of tennis players end. We see tennis players as being very focused in very driven motivated and in this pandemic must have a crisis a lot of times that revealed that turned into self centeredness self-focused self-centeredness turn to selfishness. Turn to lack of care for other people right and to me. I saw this sort of across the board cutting off of the payroll department of their personal tennis. Teams their coaches who are people who invest their whole careers in helping you do well. The second you stop getting you missed one check. They get cut off and a lot of these players. Have making lots of money. Didn't have to bisley anyway. It me the wrong way seeing these these athletes granted. They're not in a fixed salary. They were not getting guaranteed income but for them to immediately cutting people's pay very quickly and even like occasionally federation like tennis. Australia started for furlough employees very fast and that bothered me a lot too because they had a full twenty twenty australian open and they had a folk coffers and they i think by i dunno april or so. They're already furloughing employees. I thought that was crazy. And they're going to be painful full prize money in if they go it in whatever a lot of the mountain workout and just a lot of a lot of. I was getting various enchanted with tennis and tennis players tennis players because there was no tennis but tennis players were not impressed. Me overall with their conduct. Yes you had venus doing

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Is It Harder To Stay On Top Of Your Finances If You Are LGBTQ+?

Homo Sapiens

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Is It Harder To Stay On Top Of Your Finances If You Are LGBTQ+?

"The question was is it harder to stay on top of your finances. If you're lgbtq. Plus the results of the poll was fifty two percent of you said it is not hard to stay on top of your finances if you're lgbt. Plus forty eight percent of you think that it is. It is harder to stay on top of your finances if you attribute to keep us. Let's open up the discussion with your stories. Hi chris during the discussion about monogamy. The term hetero normative came up a few times. Yes it did because we are very high brow without being up to give it a name until recently i also say had to learn how incredibly to normative or issues around money can be when trying to set up savings for the future and even worse during the process a buying a flat of the services and the people encountered almost exclusively focused on henry married couples a few examples when setting up a pension fund. I kept getting asked about joint funds with my husband or adding any future children to the plan. The idea that a woman in her back then thirties would not have a husband. No children and had no plans of having either in the future didn't even enter their minds. That's fascinating because i think what it reminds me of is the conversations we've had about. Lgbtq plus people going to the doctor. You don't feel like the person sitting opposite you understand your situation so you avoid talking to these people and these things like financial services pensions all. These things are real things that we all need to deal with and if we avoid them which everybody avoids pension. I still have one. I did have one for about two weeks. When i was twenty three and then i canceled. It is you. Don't you know there's another hurdle in the way to dealing with stuff because you didn't feel like you're going to be understood and you feel confident. Exhibition explanation carries on when hunting for flat. To by several of the real estate agents will literally looking searching behind me for a husband or male partner to show up because the idea of a women doing such a thing on her rain seen to bogle their minds. This is around two thousand and five not nineteen fifty five one a woman no less even said well you can tell your husband about later and see if he agrees never even bothering to ask if there is a husband fascinating now. Listen i move a lot. And i noticed that when i look at places by myself and i took what my husband. Everyone's always very nice always just kind of like little moment. You have to look note for there. We go and then they never asked about kids off to that point which i think is funny because lgbtq. Plus people can of kids that she continues. When i had finally found a place i took a friend who is a lawyer along with me to sit in the contract negotiation to make sure it was all in order. Good diligence to we made it clear right from the start what his role was but nevertheless conversation was addressed to him from that moment on. I'm not even gonna stall on the difficulty of getting the required loan mortgage in my hudson experienced. Financial services of any kind are among the least informed and inclusive industries when it comes to dealing with customers from the community this needs to change because it is negatively impacting not just the current light of many people but also making it harder for them to secure their futures. All the best hitter couldn't agree more. And i think it's because if you think about all the institutions that we deal with when it comes to things like money these huge international banks they are built for being massive to cater to the mass market. And therefore they don't really advocate it to the corners or the the people who are different in some little specific way and they absolutely should interesting now. Carlos has been in touch with the voice note. Let's have a listen. The one is it hard to stay on top of financial As ubt cupolas. I would say yes. It's really hard times. I'd say most of eligibility people leave their parents home early. And you have to start working. Pay abuse and sharon houses. 'cause you won't be able to afford the entire house i would say that it's even harder if you're a black and white cupolas because you don't have the same as a return as a white elizabeth plus but You'll get there. I hope lovely message. Thank you carlos and two very interesting point one. Is you know it's true if you want lucky enough to be born somewhere that on your doorstep other. Lgbtq plus people or community way can go and find your people. You are more likely to leave. And that means you're taking on the responsibilities of being an adult like rent and paying bills and all of that like a lot earlier. The lot people stay at home because they can. And it's so expensive to move out and that can really sway how you lead your life and then you know the the first the complication of being a black. Lgbtq plus person the colossus talking about is so true because we need the conversation that is so raging on at the moment and well over two. Is you know y. Lgbtq plus people have such a headstart and it's all about making sure we acknowledged and everybody help each other out. So thank you for that. Wonderful stuff

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Demon's Souls' Mysterious Door

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Demon's Souls' Mysterious Door

"Have a demon souls door update for you. This is tai. Gal is row at gamespot. Are you familiar Have you been brought up to speed on the demon door. I've been brought up. What's i've seen it. We're getting closer to finding out what's in the secret door. That is an opening here. We go back to tie blue points. Demon's souls remake has been teasing players with a brand new secret just for the playstation five version fairly early in the game adore not including the original game has made an appearance and ever since players have been trying to crack. Its secrets after so much effort. Their hard work is starting to pay off. Twitter user vacancy vida. No video video sent a tweet on november eighteenth showcasing new discoveries about the door. The tweet is a quote. does that poise out. That blue points shadow of the colossus remake also had a secret door that required seventy nine coins to open to different kinds of coin a rare gold coin which was added to the officials as a drop in the ceramic coin with only appear on the fractured world. The tweet also includes a link to this video which shows the discovery this coin and the fractured world. The ceramic coins item description reads quote a cheap coin of dried clay crushed to recovery tiny amount of brittle and fragile. The glimmer has faded much like the value end quote. It looks like these coins are going to have some kind of impact on getting the door open and some fans in the replies to the the vati vidya are worried. The game may ask them to farm seventy nine coins to get the job. Done dot

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"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

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"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"Please tell us your name. My name is john. Jimmy johnson cool and tell us about your character. I play trigger ryan. He is a famous author and he is brought into this community by his lover. Irina and so he's new to the community of characters that is in the audio drama. At the epa. Top of the play or at the top of the drama. And he ends up seducing one of the women in the community and so that ends up creating some impact and i guess she comes seduces him too. But it's as these things go. It's a complicated as well written in its 'ambiguities tell us about your experience doing this You know radio drama played. Drama challenges successes. What was your experience. You know the thing that has stayed with me is such a respect of other of other actors in really one of the things that i've been doing for the maybe the last couple years is that i've been doing been doing. Spokesperson work sears. Sort of standing and staring at a camera and things and i forget how talented and willing to bring subtle true things to life that actors in this area are and so really my experience specifically last weekend when we taped on saturday was humility. I was there. Were several times. That people did things. And i just sort of saturn in awe. So it's been a a real treat is the wrong word. It's it's it's been sort of a deep juicy good gift at to get to work on it. i also also just finished a scene where I get off to reading my own reviews and to to get to do that and to try to communicate that only through sound a lot of fun. Hi what's your name. Edith snow and character you play. I'm playing rina. Flicky learned anything this process of. So what all you know. I'm i'm solidly middle aged at this point and i feel like i'm pretty seasoned in the processes of theatrical productions audio productions and and and such but i'm often reminded of things so in this process. I definitely felt like. I was reminded that doing a show like this where there's so much emotion at that's just heavy and and enormous. I mean we're putting a lot especially in audio work You put so much into your voice. So people can hear the emotional rollercoaster happening. And what i've remembered that it's just so healing because you are processing your emotions on stage on the mike in the booth and when you do that in a show. You're actually doing it for yourself personally. So i guess. I always knew that on a level but today we just had a session i had to be very sad and cry and and i felt really good afterwards. So the theater. He'll what are you hoping for from finished product while what i hope. Typically in any finished product of a piece of art is that if will inspire more art. And if i'm i get to be a part of something that it inspires or maybe it will inspire something in me and my peers. I think finished product of theater audio drama film of visual piece of art is it inspires more art than i. Yeah that's it. I hope that it inspires more. What's been your favorite part of the process of are definitely a collaboration with the other actors with the people who are helping run. The rehearsals rehearsals always my favorite part of the process. Because that's when you make discoveries about character and you also really get to bond with other performers who relate to because they are in this profession and there we're all we're all trying to make something that we feel good about Thanks so much for listening. For more information please see the show notes and artists soapbox dot org. You can also listen to the six episodes of our new scripted audio fiction piece. The new colossus at the new colossus podcast dot com. Thanks so much..

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Washington, DC - Arlington ISD Classes Will Begin August 17 With Online Education At Least First 4 Weeks

Chris Krok

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - Arlington ISD Classes Will Begin August 17 With Online Education At Least First 4 Weeks

"School district will start August 17th. It'll be online for the 1st 4 weeks. Arlington I Esti superintendent Doctor Marcelo Canvasses, made the announcement at last night's virtual school board meeting. Jennifer Darnell, a registered nurse at the school district was among many who spoke at the meeting in favour of not starting the year with in person learning. I asked Dr Colossus in the school board to continue with our plan of taking a pause on in person classes until the set date of September 28. Superintendent. Compass has said they have the option of asking for a 2nd 4 weeks of online classes if they think that's necessary at a later date. Talks over the

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Pen, Parchment, and People

The Bible Project

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Pen, Parchment, and People

"Right when I think about reading the Bible. It's typically about reading these letters. That's right, so here's my hunch. Is that some of them? Because they're short. Some of them are just to five pages. Yeah, Colossians, you first Peter. That you actually probably did like read them beginning to end, though not always, but not not typically actually not typically not typically. Yeah no, because. I was always looking for that. Moment of I can apply that or that makes sense that'll. That's a thought I could dwell on, and then you're done. and. It's almost like a treasure hunt. That was like my. Yes, sure my experience, so yeah, if you can get that in three verses boom. Yeah, awesome, you're good. Why read the whole paragraph? Your heart is warm and filled with the love of God from two sentences. Yeah, to stay right there, man yeah. I get it. It was a revelation of sorts to read all at one go, I remember in Bible school where we went i. think we had to read Romans in one. Go and Kinda talk about it structure and I've spent a Lotta time in Romans by I never read it all in one go. Yeah, how ever just sat down and just read the whole thing in one go? Yes, and that was a revelation of sorts I. Remember that, too. When I first started to read the letters so. We'll look at these a little bit later, but there's two places in the New Testament letters that actually show you all. Read one of them. One is the line near the end of Paul's letter to the Colossians Colossians Chapter Four Verse Sixteen the third the last sentence in the letter and he says win. This letter is read among you all have it also read in the Church of the layout sins? That's down the road and you for your part. Make sure you read my letter. That is from Sarah, so I wrote a letter to both of you. So when you read them aloud also. Make a copy and send it down the road. Get a copy of this, too. So we don't have that letter right unless the letter to the visions. Unless the letter, the we call a letter to the efficiency is the letter to. Big Rabbit, Hole. was important. Here is Paul. He doesn't even instruct he just assumes. How are the people attending the House Church or House churches and Colossi going to read this letter. And the fact is. They're not going to read it You'RE GONNA listen to likely ever. The so the original recipients of the letter to the Colossians, the vast majority did not read it they listened to it, which means they listen to as a whole? It takes twenty five minutes to read. It's the media they had. Yes, that's right. He makes a similar comment at the end of First Thesselonians to and there he actually instruct saying I instruct you read this letter before everybody the actor everybody's there. So the New Testament letters were actually written to be heard they were written to be listened to by a group of people. Now, of course I'm sure he would be happy if people actually sat down and read it closely. And certainly the people who put the letter in the hands of is we're GONNA see letter. Carriers were most often the people who were commissioned by the author to go. Read it aloud you with instructions, having received instruction about it and so on, so let's start there. That's a really different way to encounter the New Testament letters than how? You grew up, isn't it? Yeah Yeah so we have to have conversations about reading the letters as a whole and learning not to take sentences out of context. But that's because we live in a culture saturated with translations of the Bible, and where the primary way people are encouraged to engage. The Bible is by themselves alone. quietly maybe at the beginning of the day. And that's not the type of literature that the letters are designed us. It's like your inspiration guide. They are inspirational, but the primary way they're meant to do. What they do is to have them out to a group of followers of Jesus.

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"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Song for her character to perform. The multitalented heated snow also sound designed our very first audio drama masterbuilder. I am so grateful to her. Please links and show notes to Edith's website to builder, which also featured Susannah huff and to all of the cast of buyers. Please hire them. They are amazing. Don't make me. As I said in the previous episode. It has been strange and difficult to podcast during a pandemic. and. It has also been such a comfort for me to listen. To these artists voices to the immersive and moving story, they fell through the new colossus, and to hear the buoyancy in their voices, the buoyancy that we were feeling in pre cova times when we were able to rehearse together in the same room and laugh and sing and hug and make audio theatre as of this release, the new Colossus has been listen to in twenty countries and thirty US states. You can also listen the six twenty minute episodes via the website. The new Colossus PODCASTS DOT COM, and via apple podcasts, spotify and all the usual podcast platforms. If would like to hear more about the new Colossus and audio drama. In general, our wonderful executive producer Ereli Bellefield I will be co leading an online session as part of the Women's Theatre Festival on.

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The stigma around COVID can be as dangerous as the virus

Second Opinion

03:20 min | 2 years ago

The stigma around COVID can be as dangerous as the virus

"Every country in the world is grappling with the covert epidemic. Some much better than others. In many of those countries stigma around the disease plays a very important role in India. Stigma is directed at Muslims in Haiti at orphanages in Spain at Italians and in the US at asian-americans stigma related to disease his not new and in the US. It goes back hundreds of years. Those who are infected are considered to be part of an outside group and they have been blamed ostracized and often brutally attacked for simply getting sick. Geneva is in North Africa compared to other North African or African countries. We have one of the oldest population with a population of twelve million. To Nisha has one of the best healthcare systems in Africa with well trained health providers but few hospital beds and very few intensive care units so public health and testing need to play a large role in controlling the spread of Kovic. My name is Gibert BELKA KOREA. Young Damien continues. Yeah working For the Institute Jaber is concerned that the public response to co VID has turned into a blame game. We have fighting a virus year. We non fighting people what we seeing right now. The message about Kobe is more about foreign train. People that have the disease as bad people highlighting gators and saying hey the virus or the diseases coming from these neighborhoods. When people are scared it is human nature to want to blame others and create a narrative of outside bad people causing the problem. It is their fault. My family or my community would never have caused this problem by being portrayed as bad people are scared. That basically makes him hide. And we've seen that with other diseases that has to beg colossus or or HIV. Basically people don't WanNa get tested or portrayed as cubby positives in in their communities or in the neighborhoods but when people don't get tested it's hard to control the disease and we can't know about hot spots and we can't do contact racing and individual suffer as well. Jaber told me about one example. He found particularly upsetting burying. Gubbay positives agents or Ned evil. Some communities refuse to have burials in noticing. Theories scored It's it's it's human rights. I mean if it's done properly. It knows no risk. Stigma itself is like a virus. The fear that drives it is contagious. It's absolutely gear driven by giving the correct information. We can remove that fear. Remove that stigma and no the movie This virus from the comed- once we find a way to manage Kovic nineteen and we will. It would be too bad if we eliminate the virus but are left with the plague of stigma.

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"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"Hey hey what are you doing. I'm not done with the partee. Hits so quiet it's nice. Yeah a beer sure. Spent past your bedtime couldn't sleep. I'm leaving tomorrow. I heard my duck united to play together when we were little. All the time happened. Have boobs so did you eventually way too late. Last wonder puberty rotten egg. Sorry for getting boobs her puberty what no. I don't know i'm sorry. We stopped playing together. Okay i was never very nice to you. Your boobs got revenge. twos cheers. Can i hold your hand. Yeah thanks cheers. Cheers hard to grow here. Beautiful home beautiful. Why is it so hard p okay. If it weren't for all people. I'm leaving tomorrow. He said running away. No i'm going to be somebody. You already are dummy nuts. It's good that you're going. Conrad though he's broken. We can't fix them. I know i'll probably marry medi. I think i'm going to. Who's running away. I really need someone to love me. The sides my mom. Yeah can i get my asked me if i don't get home really. His house has rules. I'm going minute. This is nice nina. I still sleep with the lights on me to. We'll be okay. maybe. I don't see why not. Thanks so much for listening to episode four of six the new colossus was written directed and produced by tamra hussein. This audio drama was adapted from tamara's 2016 stage play produced by little green pig theatrical concern and inspired by anton. Chekhov's play the seagull written in eighteen. Ninety five big. Thanks to the incredible team. Who made this audio production. Possible executive producer really bellefield sound design and sound editing by sam. Elia original music by edith snow and schuyler dudas. The audio was recorded at trailblazer studios by cameron fitzpatrick. Our audio engineer and production manager kema lassiter with digital support from production assistance barbeques hunter and kaley morrison this audio drama features. The acting talents of romley mcgill s. Conrad carl ep. Jones as nina edith. Snow as arena. John jamerson as trig scholar goose as masha. Brian do as many susannah paulina. Michael foley asked soren chemo. Lassiter was the anonymous interviewee on the street. In graphic design was by katie morrison for more information and to become a patron please visit the new colossus podcast dot com for any questions or just to say hi email us at the new colossus podcast at g mail dot com and check us out on twitter instagram and facebook links around the show notes. Thanks for listening and stay tuned..

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"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"Me here. Where the st michael was old man here. Conrad are we going to get started anytime soon. Working on it ankle dying here. Not in the next. Fifteen minutes comforting. Relax listen to the music cookie. Conrad made popcorn. Two sounds great. Baby got it right. How many does she have an oven. Mattie looks like a few only one thank goodness. She just recovered from her last pregnancy. And now again. I know she's music helps. Masha come on her people. I'm ready down marsh. Thank you that was the sound wrote for someone. Okay thanks babe okay. And now for the main attraction the latest episode number. what search. Turn the one hundred sixteenth episode from our very own podcast sensation. Conrad arken with a k. Rod chronicles more of that. I thought you were making films. Conrad i make films. Uncle i do bo. You put videos on youtube and tiktok and everywhere name a platform and conrad's faces on it. No wonder you're always busy. Audio is the new way. I'm writing the way we listened to radio plays when i was a kid. Why don't you make one of those two k. rag chronicles or just do gambling on like an idiot. He talks art. Culture really talks about whatever enters his mind ever heard of a filter. Conrad listen to the chronicles every week uncle every week. What else am i going to come on conrad hit it just wanted to say that i appreciate all the ratings and reviews you posted for the k chronicles cool and it's really helped to have the rats. There's in my corner over the past couple of years grassi settled before we get into it. I got a vital k. Read update for years. Not some big fucking agents from the city contacted law this week. Thanks to the militia. They're going to start paying me for my self indulgent shitty commentary and random art philosophizing and maybe even turn this stuff into a online compilation or or web series or something. Maybe something streaming. I don't know anyway. They're calling it a compendium of tortured artists to coin. They're calling me tortured. Artists two point. Oh you know like. I'm the younger generation and all that geezers think that's funny whatever anyway we're still ironing out the details on how to get the money money money from their pockets through flat but as happening anyway. Yesterday i signed my soul over to the corporate devils. And i did it with a big fucking smile on my face. Money is freedom rats. Don't forget it. I'm saying is this wouldn't have been possible without your support. So spall the money. Yeah and don't forget to rate and review this on all the podcast platforms and shared with friends. Everyone should be come up of the militia. Do it tell your friends anyhow today. I'm not talking about my art per se. Because i got something better today. I'm talking about my heart. Yeah oh yes. That's right wrestlers. I'm sure you remember the pretty pretty siegel from previous k read chronicles. She broke my heart. She left me for the big city to be an actress. Just like every cliche right. But she's i'm sure you can tell. I still love her. She is my heart and i told her so. I'll always love her to be honest threats. There's act. I emailed her a lot over the past few years and she wrote me back like two sentences. Like hey hope you're well fast regards not cool. Considering we grew up together and lost our virginity together right. She refused to see me face to face. I don't know what that's about. Luckily we have the internet. And you can't hide from the internet. So i've been keeping tabs on her stalker way not in a soccer way just in the occasional normal internet. Search way i mean. She's in the public eye now. So there's a lot of stuff available on our escapades. I barely have to look. Seagal has had a rough go these past two years. Mostly because of the hack fucker siegel in the hack. Hooked up in a big way right. After he moved to the city she even had his baby. At least everyone assumed it was his baby. Who knows what's today anyway. The baby died and he dumped her because he is a brick and then the hacked went back to his long-time lover. The pre monal those geezers probably never even broke up he's just a spineless asshole. He probably shrimp boats six at the same time. Anyway in premo donio or still together. Today is still going strong. a net. Full beltway at ears. Seagull crash and burn rather gloriously. After all that tragic bullshit po segal. She did get a few sweet. Tv's but her meltdowns or what made her famous. You remember all of the tabloids for bat shit behavior. Some real crazy fucking outfits. Personally i was sharing the wrong curl you bail but seriously seriously the raptors before all that mess like way back when she first lift me some good short films student stuff. You know some solid web series. Like i could tell a lot of people cocktail. Seagull had some real talent. Everyone thinks sees a shooting star and she just flamed out. But i think she'll put together. I'm room for and now she's back in town and i can't lie. I mean you know me right. I hope she comes back to be with me like before but better. That's right that's right and then we can make some real are together..

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"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"Welcome to the new colossus audio drama episode five. This is a production of our soapbox and soapbox audio collective with support from the man bites. Dog theater fund the patrons of artists so fox the mary biddle foundation. Timothy mcveigh and trailblazer studios. The new colossus is a completely unhinged. Dark comedy reboot.

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

The New Colossus Audio Drama

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on The New Colossus Audio Drama

"You're trying to taj me. Are you trying to sabotage me really own little. You know there are people who care what i look like. I care How many have you eaten today. Four screw you. You've always thought you were better than the rest of us. How else could i have survived. well i think you look fucking fabulous arena. Oh check this out. I don't know no no. No no no no still.

Lighthouses

Travel with Rick Steves

06:54 min | 2 years ago

Lighthouses

"Lighthouses changed the fortunes of nations helping determine which ones would dominate in the nineteenth century. And it's all because a French physicist knew enough about the properties of light to vastly improve the signals produced by their beacons today. Lighthouses can be destination all. They're all complete with a great view. And maybe a beautiful limbs designed Augustine for now on display. Teresa Levitt tells us about the birth of the modern lighthouse in her book a short bright flash. She teaches history at old. Miss Joins US right now on travel. With Rick Steves Theresa Welcome thank you. Let's go to talk to you for me lighthouses. Really have a mystique. I think for a lot of travelers. We see these lighthouses. And what is it about lighthouses? That has that special attraction. And why are you so interested in White House? We'll I think half of the question is that they're always in these amazing locations right. I mean the very definition of a lighthouse is that it's on the edge of civilization. You have to travel to get to them. And then when you're there that's about as far as you can go. I just love that because I really liked land's end. There's so many of the road you know when you get to the end of the road. There's still a lighthouse out there and that's the last thing you see and you can also imagine for someone travelling over the ocean that that's the first thing they see and so it's also the indication of the beginning of civilization for them before we get into specifics on lighthouses and the technology behind them give us a little primer where would the earliest lighthouses and they must be very expensive to build. What's the practical use of them? Well it's interesting because I think the word lighthouse can mean a lot of different things. People have this idea that lighthouses are very ancient form of technology. And this isn't necessarily wrong. You know in the sort of Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Everyone knows about the lighthouse of Alexandria but actually a second one of those wonders was also a lighthouse. The Colossus of Rhodes people now think was was holding up a light so on the one hand they go back very far but really these sort of ancient technologies or in many ways different from what we think of a lighthouse now They started out really to mark. The entrances of harbors so as ships would becoming usually. There'd be sort of a day beacon Some sort of marker to show that this was the entrance and then often they put fires on top of these to help make them more visible and this is really essentially what a lighthouse was for us with Epson restaurant. Because what do you think Alexandria and you think of roads? Those are the two most famous ancient lighthouses that I know about. And both of them didn't warn mariners about a refer. Iraq. They just marked great harbours right so that would be something that You know sort of sailors would be sort of wanting to approach them. That was the whole point and you can see in this sense. It's fine if the light is fairly that is I mean. Obviously you want the light to be as bright as possible but in this sense a dim light is still better than having no light at all. It'd be like a light marking the limits of your driveway. So people can get in running over your garden. Yes and these really weren't anything. Fancy I mean obviously the Lighthouse of Alexandria has a great reputation but usually what these were. Were simply fires either. Wood fires or coal fires that were at the top of sort of elevated platform so then things changed and did that come with trade when when ships were going farther afield and they just had to have markers for different things that were dangerous. Did Change started to pick up in the eighteenth century and obviously he's sort of pushed by the fact that you have lots more ships making these voyages but they're still in a way. There's still was this problem that the the lights were not necessarily bright enough to make what we think of as modern lighthouse to to really fully warn ships away from a coastline. So even once you get to the eighteenth century you've got a fairly vigorous maritime trade lighthouses are still being lit by coalfires fires or or candles and they still almost entirely marked entrance to either harbors or sometimes entrances to where you would turn into enter obey. This gets into the theme of Your Book. Which is the development of this new technology by Fornell and the birth of the modern lighthouse? And what's fascinating to me at which your book described it so beautifully as that in eighteen nineteen. You have this famous painting that those of us who've been to Paris people ever the Jabber Coz the raft of the Medusa. This horrible shipwreck. And all this suffering. I never put it together. There was no good Lighthouse in the shipwreck ran aground because there was none of that safeguard and in the same. You're for now was filling this need by developing this radical new kind of lends that could sign a much stronger beam be more effective for maritime safety. What is it about this new lens that enabled it to be head and shoulders above the previous technology? Will it's able to capture all of the light available. I mean the problem that you had with just having an open fire on a pillar is that most of the light going out of a light source. The light will radiate in all directions. Only a very small portion of it is actually hitting your eye which means that most of it is being effectively wasted in terms of its brightness. So at this lens is able to do. It's able to capture all of the light that would have been radiated in the opposite direction or above or below and it's able to bend it into a single beam which is much much brighter than what you would have seen with the naked flame alone. Okay so when I look at this for now. It looks like a picket fence of reflectors is directing all the different late that it can under one spot so then it can be pushed out or are. How does that work in Layman's terms? So the idea of lenses that it's going to end light but the problem with the standard lenses of the day. I mean you can think of these big convex lenses with sort of bulge out in the middle. If you're going to try to use that to bend the light a lighthouse it would have to be simply enormous because you're bending the light through these really sharp distances so what have been larger than anything that was physically possible to produce at the time and also it would have been so thick that a lot of the light would have been lost. Trimmer so for nels. Big Innovation has sort of big insight. Was that you could achieve the same effect of bending all of the light into a single beam by cutting out all of the glass in the middle essentially and instead having a number of different prisons that are arranged in a precise mathematical way such that. They're directing all of the light into this single beam. And so that's what you're seeing. When you see a Fennell Lens it looks like this. Beehive of Of Glass Prism some way. But they're arranged so that mathematically the light is all being directed into a single beam and you'll have different kinds you have. What are called the fixed lenses which sends the light all the way out in a plane. I level or you have a rotating lenses which will fix it into individual beams and then as the the lens rotates. You're going to see a flash of light every thirty seconds or fifteen seconds or whatever. The designated signature is

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Is Change Possible for Us?

A Slob Comes Clean

06:00 min | 2 years ago

Is Change Possible for Us?

"The question that I received which there was more to it than this but was what is changeable able for people like us so. This is a different question K.. Ivan talking about how. My House has changed. My House has changed significantly gently. Are People like us though able to change. Yes but Lemme just clarify what I believe how I believe were able to change. Okay now I have talked about this in different ways on lots of different podcasts. So as something in this one makes you go. I can't believe she's colossus into some of the other ones we're talking about brains and our personalities and working with how you are and accepting how you learn and Blah Blah Blah. Go listen to some of those and you know realize if I offended you. Who knows what I'm going to say to the Emerald tired remember? Okay so are we changeable yes. So here's some things that have changed about me. My understanding of my home it's realities how things actually work the fact to that. There's dishes math K.. That one day's worth of dishes takes fifteen minutes and is worth my time to spend those fifteen minutes because two days worth of dishes takes takes an hour that understanding has changed. I have gained understanding my level of understanding of the realities of what is required to keep my home under control and not perfect but keep it from being a disaster. I finally get it like I'd sub earlier in the podcast. I used to get my house ready for a party party or for Thanksgiving. It looked great except for the master bedroom. That door was locked but everything looked great or the garage or the trunk of the car and I would look at my house and go. This is what I want my house to look on And then three days later it was back to being worse than it ever was before and I. I didn't know what was happening. I know now said that has changed all right. My experience has changed. I have experienced the fat fat that one day's worth of dishes isn't overwhelming and so it's worth my time. I have experienced that. There's a huge difference in how overwhelmed I feel by one days worth of dishes versus two days worth of dishes versus three days worth of dishes. Okay I have experienced that laundry. Three days is a thing so we don't ever get crazy behind on laundry so that a week where nobody's wearing their normal clothes because they're not going going to school. They're not wearing uniforms people. You know we can kind of go. An extra week wasn't great and did I have a lot of laundry this week. I did but I got right back to it because I had that experience of knowing I can do laundry day. I have the experience of knowing that if I do a laundry day my house stays under control. All of the that is experience and that has changed. Okay my knowledge has changed for you guys. Your knowledge has changed. Because you found this podcast you found out out. I'm not the only one this works better for me than other methods might work for me or other methods that have failed in the past. Here's why I now know why that has changed my amount of stuff to deal with. That's probably been the biggest change. I simply don't have the stuff in my house that I used to have that used to be so overwhelming that has changed. I mean I would say I just have to make math. I was GONNA say I probably have a tenth of what I used to have. But let's say a fifth even I have so much it's less stuff in my home. Which means even when it goes back to being a disaster because I'm completely caught up in some project that I'm working on? Its It's a tenth of the disaster that it used to be a fifth of the disaster. Whatever okay Our routines have changed. We have routines we have actual routines that really do work when we are keeping up with them okay so that those things have changed okay. Has My brain changed. I don't know I think we need a professional to say that I know I don't think so. I think it's much more me understanding sending my brain and what I have to do to keep things under control. It's my decluttering strategy of taking things where they go the minute that I know oh where they go and take it there right now instead of making a box full of things that are gonna go to the garage eventually or to the master bathroom or things that I'm just GonNa generally and really put away like a general keep box. I can't do that. I'm not saying it can't be done. I'm saying I can't do that because my brain wants us in that Box even though I had great intentions of finishing and putting it away and Blah Blah Blah. It's never gonNA happen because once is in that box my brain forgets. It's all about it okay. So you know do our brains change. I'm sure that there's some sort of neurological blabbing. Uh whatever I have no idea on that but I'm telling you I have found it so much more effective to embrace strategies strategies that actually work for how my brain works instead of trying again and again and again with strategies is that people who have naturally organized homes naturally organized ways of thinking brains instead of trying to use those those ways failing again and again and again and thinking. I can't do this when I accept how my brain works and the strategies that work with how how my brain works then I make actual progress.

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KERATIN: The cause of Milia Spots & Chicken Skin

Birthday Skin

09:34 min | 2 years ago

KERATIN: The cause of Milia Spots & Chicken Skin

"Have you been aims. Gyro right you address like the rock. No yes you are you have a block tittle that took with to go rhino. Can I so if any of you have seen the pitcher that Charles referring to I agree my top Hof condos but bomb off off. No he has a funny pecan on your sauce blue jeans. I'm wearing black colossus unknown funny park and I also wearing a leopard print. Headband and I don't remember the last time I I saw the rock wearing a leopard headband. I feel like you take this very personally. You like the row. It's not own is yes. You literally literally to on a container. Yeah look exactly like they're all don't take him pitch yourself man. This is going right on instagram stopper. I don't like don't let the angle that you may be guessing here at Zoomed Ryan. Don't you worry hone it. Looks Gorgeous Sankey yet. That's going to strengthen. Our story aims for without your prior approval. One honestly though was the last time the rockwall headband. I mean you all looking very feline today. I think it's because you've got like Leopard Nails that makes me sound lineup. And these aren't leopard-print Print glasses that's also show all sorry. Oh you've not sold for an functional. These clashes well fucking bitch talking about felines. Anyway I did the weirdest thing today and only consolation Colin something could have also been also. What the hell are you about to sell so as a from my friends dodds house? Swear with automonous. Don't make it would please don't make you it on. He lives in a really really nice road. Can really quite posh area on talkie walking hanging around there. I don't know don't belong the funny thing right. He's GonNa comes with us and I was walking home near the day. Dave how clean is change my bed in from a USO folks. I'm just GONNA nipped away truce for. Yeah I mean waitressing shop is the only shop take on the yellow ticket. It's amazing is actually happens. Pogo from Blackpool in wilmslow. Anyway can you look so poor cap. You've ruined in a nice story about a cat said about Phelan's could've been aligned could have been funny lions entitled. Let me finish stores so is a car so basically fucks neighbors really nice never actually spoken to them. Okay on actually the came to the door of the of the day being. I'm so sorry my dog's barking. Just give me a shout. Bogo on front said shows used to make like Nice bakes and could bring them next. So I've built this picture. This really nice from next door. Okay really innocent quite posh quite like you know offer me. Walk out the door in the morning that on the on the star and had just go moaning kitty on the sun is fucking coming up and moaning to the chain says Yoda. Oh Oh Mike Golding. Kitty don't came from acceptable You a hundred percent should just lighting. Yeah most surprised you widow. I don't speech that usually. I'm like get the full counting away. I hate you owning. I absolutely despise cats could have said some could've used a worse word for cutting kitty to be learning post-surgery mony narrow narrow. This episode is all about our forgot. What the episode was about an so? Well it's been a confusing one because we originally set. How how you wanted to do an episode milius spots didn't year yes so jade mine l.? Lady friend has been saying it's for so long. She's a beautician. She was like amy. You need to upset about this amount of people that come to me and ask what the are you know. I've had them before Cal's hut them. I don't get them so I was a bit like. Oh issues but yeah you will. It's not gonNA be popular enough off. But you ops like we. Yes spoke to Sean about who was on the last week and I said. Do you think this is good episode. And he's really common. Yeah Okay so oh hey we are happy. I got my way. So yes. She was like he should really an episode on the Manar. We really showed 'cause they also common the so fucking annoying like if you know what the all before was explaining them. You'll know what the fuck line why does so. As we started looking into Melia I started to find a lot about 'em Caritas is porous which is also widely chicken skin so to speak about the Boso milks Watson chicken skin. Turn I yet. Don't I don't shaking skin. I salute ongoing of this. All right all right anyway Let off with billy you talk about it because I've never had I've never had one. They sound fucking irritating but then later on I'm gonNA talk about chicken skin By the way if you don't know what chicken is actually say. It's like the kind of like pinpoint rough spotty skin making the buck serums on your cheeks on your legs and not very often on new face. skin yeah So yeah as flacco saying when we start looking into we found the couches. Polaris and it's because the both caused by the same thing but millions most any face I would just said in Ketosis polarises services generally across your body and and they are both caused by builds poof. Something who ran an which is something that you might have heard of quite quite low because is quite popular to get like carrots and hair treatments now am on. What it is is the main protein that kind of Foams as they uh of your skin but it also helps with the nails and hair so like a character in hair treatment is used to kind of like make the strand of hair stronger so kind of feel it any blocks where the coach has been damaged? Or you've got not much Collagen or whatever So yeah it's basically just what makes something in strong so Carrollton in the skin is to make sure that it regulates skin Regeneration make sure the skin cells healthy and kind of and what they should be doing and also prevent Cisco the cells from Diane obviously cells have a lifespan. And you need to make sure that you turn over which is why originals and acids really good because as soon as it dies then you kind of shed and you like that is gone. Let's make some new Skin cells so curtain tin basically. Just make sure the skin cells you've got healthy and prevents them from dying to early So that's kind of the main thing bull Carotene does also 'cause milks Boston chicken skin. Thanks Obama Ball. No sorry. I didn't decide to that is out the way go. Do you WANNA start with Melia aims. I shall so basically for all you look guys and Gals who have never experienced before so basically small tiny cysts with Whitehead Ed That can be found in clusters all on their own but they are absolutely painless on appear from nowhere. Oh fantastic Yeah they can develop develop without any real reason yet I quickly just interject that It's really difficult for people to know why cow tim builds so there's loads the study says still ongoing about it because it's just not really that well known an that you're going to list a few reasons as to how can be made worse 'em book just just from. The outset carried him build up like nobody really knows what happens. which just makes us more annoying So yeah just annoying like Oh my God. One thing caught my hungry so the client commoner on the nose in the area and they're also rarely common babies around the nose. Jose if you've ever looked at a really young child really young babies knows and it's got loads awhile dot the not spots. Yeah then commonly known as milk spas but they are media actually and their annoyance. Because if you've ever tried to pop on you'll know the is literally like China. Walk a mortar. It's impossible awesome. Oh they are rock solid inside. Oh you can't pump. That honesty. Never had one. Carl had quite a big lawn as far as they call like owned his I next as knows. Yeah and it said to me the other day. 'cause I don't know how am well L. E. Audience Cousin gals know about mining columns spot picking relationship every night before we go bird. We've got routine other his face and his Bach and it's the honestly I say might once a week but I look forward to at that time honestly and read it in Butter Mogoi for moonlight. But yeah and I was doing his face the day and he was gone and I was. Oh my God gelatin. How weird because it had it for months Montanes

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How Cells Sense Oxygen Levels: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Science Talk

05:21 min | 3 years ago

How Cells Sense Oxygen Levels: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

"The Nobel Assembly Caroline Skins that has today decided to ward the two thousand Nineteen Nobel Prize in physiology discoveries of how south sounds and adapt to oxygen availability. Thomas Perlman Secretary of the Nobel Assembly shortly after five thirty am eastern time Greg Samantha was born in Nineteen fifty six in New York he performed his prize winning studies at Johns skains university in Baltimore where is still active Sir Peter Ratcliffe was born in Nineteen fifty four in Lancashire you're in the UK he performed his prize winning studies at Oxford University and he's continuing to do his research soared university and he's also at Francis Crick Institute in London and William Calin born in Nineteen fifty seven in work he performed his price winning studies at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston we're still active in his own lab yeah I will not turn to professor Roundell Johnson a member of the Nobel Assembly who will describe some detail and background binder works so please ramble this year's Nobel prize is awarded for determining how oxygen levels are sensed by cells oxygen is essential for life and is used by virtually all animal cells in order to convert food to usable energy however the amount of engine available to cells tissues animals themselves can vary greatly this prize is for three physician scientists who found them switch that regulates how our cells adapt when oxygen levels drop the most fundamental use of oxygen by the cell is to convert food to usable energy just as a candle needs the right amount of oxygen to burn cleanly cells need to adjust their metabolic rates based on how much oxygen they have available to them this allows each cell and indeed our bodies to efficiently and safely burn fuel so as to create heat do work and build new tissues cells and tissues are constantly experiencing changes in oxygen availability as an embryo grows develops as muscles work the oxygen available changes as the tissues themselves change cells need a way to adjust to the amount of oxygen they have while still doing their important jobs sometimes oxygen levels change across the entire body such as when we high altitudes and sometimes they change and very small parts of our bodies such as when we get a wound that interrupts the local blood supply this triggers adaptive process called the hypoxia response which in turn can induce processes in the body as diverse as new blood vessel formation or genesis new red blood cell formation or rith rope and metabolic adaptations of cells including by Colossus before things get too complicated I want to jump to an interview Randall. Johnson did after the Nobel announcements Johnson's research on the effects of low oxygen so he really knows is this stuff he spoke to an unidentified interviewer but based on the programs in past years I believe she was Swedish journalist Joanna rose this use your water in the discovery of cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability. What does this mean well it's basically a price that says in your cell if you're an animal cell you have to always have some level of oxygen almost all cells use it to do there pollick processes and basically it is just like a candle burning or any other kind of furnace or engine you are burning things in order to make heats in order to make Gede and that's really what we do of course we need oxygen or do those things the problem is cells inside three-dimensional structure like the body are just getting different amounts of oxygen can depend on different levels and blood flow can depend on the fact that the the tissue itself might be using a lot of oxygen at any given time my brain is probably using fair amount right now my heart because it's eating a bit faster and so that's maybe got sort of its using oxygen and if I'm lying down and sleeping and so the because the cell has very tightly regulated little furnace in it it has to adjust to these different levels of oxygen fine-tuned way and if it does badly it can even be fatal for the cell so this is really the prizes for this sort of almost like a reestablish or a thermostat for the oxygen levels a damper that you'd have on your furnace to let in more or less oxygen at any given time so it's just right the flame

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What's the History of the Statue of Liberty?

BrainStuff

05:51 min | 3 years ago

What's the History of the Statue of Liberty?

"The Statue of Liberty has become such a legendary representation of New York City and America itself. It's hard to imagine a time before it found a place in the skyline it all began in the eighteen sixties when French poet and Anti Slavery activist Eduard elaborate proposed the idea of a post civil war commemoration of America's America's newfound freedoms and democracy he believed France should give a great monument a gift to the United States to celebrate both the unions victory in the civil war and and the abolition of slavery the idea resonated with a young French sculptor named Frederick August Bartholdi who'd been experimenting with large-scale Works Bartholdi started hearted drafting designs and the original goal was to complete the ambitious artistic endeavor by eighteen seventy six to mark the centennial of the American Declaration of Independence The statue that she was set to represent the goodwill between America and France. There was a little financial snag though well a big financial snag in both participating nations to raise the necessary funds for construction French government introduced everything from public fees to a fundraising lottery in the United States held auctions and benefit beatrix events and Lazarus pens the new classes for the art and literary auction to help generate money for the pedestal while all this was taking place. Bartholdi recruited did an experienced engineer to help troubleshoot structural issues with the massive sculpture enter Alexander Gustave Eiffel the man responsible for another internationally recognized architectural wonder the Eiffel Tower together with Bartholdi. I will help designed the four hundred and fifty thousand pound structure. That's about two hundred thousand kilograms and specifically specifically had a hand in planning out the Iron Pylon and secondary skeletal framework. The Statue of Liberty was finally completed in France in July of eighteen eighty four and arrived in three hundred and fifty individual pieces packed in two hundred and fourteen crates in New York Harbor in June of eighteen eighty five ten years after her original. Oh projected debut the statue of Liberty became an official New York City icon and President Grover Cleveland oversaw the official dedication ceremony on October twenty eighth of eighteen eighty six fix lady liberty herself has a full and proper name the Statue of Liberty enlightening the world. The statue's face was apparently inspired by the the face of Berkeley's mother made from iron steel and three hundred layers of hand hammered copper weighing thirty tons. Lady Liberty Herself stands approximately one hundred and eleven feet. That's thirty four meters tall. She reaches an astounding three hundred and five feet or ninety three meters. If you take her pedestal and torch into account that's the equivalent height of a twenty two story building the copper coating her is three thirty seconds of an inch thick or about two point five millimeters which happens to be the same thickness missile to American pennies placed together while the internal structure is comprised of cast iron and stainless steel as for her signature Green Hue. That's due to the natural. Oh Exhibition of that copper coating when the statue was originally completed in eighteen eighty six she had more of a copper penny tinge but over about three decades the brown hue fully oxidized to form the sea green color otherwise known as a Patina in Nineteen eighty-four. The statue got a makeover when her original torch was replaced by a new copper one covered in twenty four karat gold leaf the original torch is on display the monuments museum while the Statue of Liberty emerged from a desire to represent an alliance between America and France. Its core meaning is a mutual desire for freedom liberty for all people all over the world. It's no accident that the statue of Liberty was placed face southeast from that vantage point. She makes a perfect welcoming symbol for visitors and immigrants from her home on Liberty Island. The seven pointed crown on her head symbolizes. The seven continents em I'm seven seas and the broken shackles at her feet represent freedom from oppression. Lady Liberty possesses a few other symbols as well. She's holding a tablet in her left hand end inscribed with the date July four seventeen seventy six the date of American independence written in Roman numerals and that giant torch in her right hand. It's meant to represent represents enlightenment a fitting accessory for liberty enlightening the world as for the Lazarus poem some history experts like Robert j McNamara believe if that while Bartholdi had originally envisioned lady liberty as a symbol of America exerting its own freedom the new colossus represented America as a refuge for oppressed people seeking liberty and an understanding by people born as American citizens that had we been born elsewhere. We might be similarly seeking liberty from oppression and suffering while there may be countless interpretations dissections and Miss Readings of Lady Liberty's many possible meanings one thing is for sure. She has indeed served as America's one woman. Welcome Committee for well over a century when the US government opened a federal immigration station on Ellis Island in eighteen ninety to about twelve million immigrants were eventually processed there before receiving permission to enter the country all of whom were greeted by the sight of the Statue of Liberty nearby today a statue of Liberty. He remains a major attraction for citizens and visitors from all over the world approximately four point five million people make the pilgrimage to see her every year. One of the most popular attractions attractions is climbing up to her crown which has twenty five windows overlooking New York City and harbor. It's a strenuous climb a tight spiral staircase but visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of Brooklyn as well as original supporting iron and steel framework. The American Jewish Historical Society is leading a three year initiative called the Emma Lazarus project checked which teaches students about the woman who penned the new colossus part of the project a nationwide contest calling for new poems about the statue winners will be announced in May of twenty twenty any to learn more go to a j h s dot Org.

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Explainer 181: Brexit: will it ever end?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:23 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 181: Brexit: will it ever end?

"The british people have voted to leave the european union and the will must be respected. It was not a decision that was taken lightly. Blink not least because so many things were said by so many different organizations about the significance of this decision. If anyone is still keeping ping score it is now one thousand one hundred and sixty eight days since a narrow majority of what was then the british electorate primarily the non london in english electorate voted to take the united kingdom out of the european union as we go to where it is fifty six days until the u._k. Is due to actually leave the e._u. Having missed a couple of deadlines already there is something undeniably opposite in the current prime minister boris johnson being a former journalist. It is not too late to save pretzel boris. Johnson's government had a working majority she just about thanks to the expensive acquiescence of the democratic unionist party of northern ireland on tuesday that waifish advantage vanished when philip levy conservative member bracknell defected to the liberal democrats. I wish i wish i wish i followed later you too in the week by former labor and independent group m._p. Luciana berger. It's not impossible that by the time you listen to this jo swinson might be running the country and kyle the prime minister what advice she has for women across the country on how to deal with those men who think they could we do a better job are not prepared to do the actual work none of which it turned out made much difference to the week's crucial votes in the house of commons as we learned a number of conservative m._p.'s also oppose not deal brexit enough to vote against their own prime minister and in so doing prompt their prime minister to expel them from the conservative benches. It says everything you need to know about the polarizing effects of brexit that these rebels now outcasts were comprised of the mildest characters on the tory side of the house including former chancellors philip hammond and ken clock and cynical assumes the grandson of winston churchill. I want to make clear that i've always believed the referendum. Results must be honored and indeed. I voted for the withdrawal agreement on every occasion is is being presented to the highest which is more than can be said for my right on the front of the prime minister the leader of the highest and all the members of the cabinet who ciro disloyalty has been such an inspiration to so many any of this to speak. These punishments were followed by the resignation of m._p. Joe johnson the brother of boris johnson. If we are take boris johnson at his word and there is mountainous evidence that this is a hazardous course he still wants a withdrawal deal but wishes to keep the no deal option shen in play as a negotiating ploy this makes on the face of it since it is rarely wise to limit your options in such circumstances although the no deal brexit strategy is not so much a threat to walk out of the rug shop as a threat to shoot yourself in both feet and then sort of bleed all over the stuff while screaming but parliament seems reasonably enough to believe that i know deal brexit which is the present legal default bolt is not a risk worth running. The obvious resolution to the impasse would be a general election but the u._k. Appears now to find itself in the curious position of having a prime minister who wants a general election but says he doesn't squaring off against positionally who doesn't want to general election and says does as we wanted an action photographing is the appeal of an early election suggested date is october. Fifteenth is clear enough to johnson the plan would be to win a mandate condemn the labor party to to further disarray use a majority to pass some sort of withdrawal agreement and claim a great triumph and even if it doesn't work out quite like vast he'd still it'll be prime minister until at least two thousand twenty four. It's just as easy to see why johnson wouldn't want an election just after a new deal brexit especially if it's as bad the government's own projections predict people deprived of food and medicines unlikely to behave gratefully at the ballot box but due to the arcana no no of the u._k.'s fixed term parliament act it is not possible for johnson to simply cold and election. He requires an amount of cooperation from the opposition who do not seem inclined to give it at least not yet on wednesday night. Labor voted against johnson's motion for a general election lead jeremy corbyn corbin said that the bill blocking a no deal brexit would need to become law. I the offer the election. Today is a bit like the offer of an apple to snow white in the wicked queen because what he's offering is an apple or even election but the poison of ano- dale said an election in october still seems is likely the not the large bets on the result would be ill advised the u. K. you may have noticed is in a strange mood on the basis that the usual usual foam with brexit has been whatever is the most ridiculous theoretical outcome is probably what will actually happen. Another hung parliament causing another election within in six months seems a decent punt and or an amount of comic justice may be at hand the key underpinning of boris johnson's korea in public. Life is his hotly debatable conviction of his own destiny as some churchillian colossus it would be something if the shambles he did so much orchestrate ashes him into the footnotes and pub quizzes as britain's briefest prime minister while we're keeping score of things he's still seventy six days short <music>. I'm andrew miller <music>.

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How President Trump's new immigration rule could erode the social safety net

Morning Edition

05:08 min | 3 years ago

How President Trump's new immigration rule could erode the social safety net

"We're gonna hear more now about the trump administration's new rule restricting legal immigration with the change legal immigrants who use public benefits like food stamps or Medicaid will be less likely to get approval to stay in this country permanently the government is broadening the criteria in determining who is likely to become a quote public charge someone who will be largely dependent on government services and there are already signs that immigrants and even American born children maybe for going help their legally entitled to so they don't lose their status we're joined now by Tuesday Anderson she's with the children's defense fund and work directly with immigrant families in Texas who joins us on the line from Austin thanks so much for being with us my pleasure this policy changes been in the works for months now it hasn't gone into effect yet that happens October fifteenth but how have you seen it affecting immigrant families in your that your organization works with yeah as you said this is been in the works for well over a year at this point the first leaked tracks were leaked in early twenty seventeen and we've been seeing a steady increase in the amount of fear that immigrant communities experience here in Texas for sure I'm with a increase descend role Menton decrease enrollment in programs like Medicaid snap and and and a variety of other programs that are not covered under this new public charge regulation but there's insufficient information and people are just with drying even their citizen children from not from programs that they need to even children who who are American citizens because they were born here it's our are concerned and so they're they're not getting health care for them because they're afraid that they could as a family be deported that's correct here in Texas one in four children has at least one parent who is a non citizen as one point six million children so that they an enormous percentage of our population or worried about a decrease in a Texas already has incredibly high uninsured rate the highest child uninsured rate in the country and that we're only going to see that climb the we reached out to a to a mother in Austin Texas an immigrant her two kids though **** US citizens her name is Marlene she asked us that we not use her last name because of concern about her immigration status she works her husband works but they have used some public benefits to get by including Medicaid for one of our kids who is disabled but now because she's afraid to stop using food stamps as well here's part of what she told us but I mean I've read a little for me the most important thing is the health of my kids I just keep praying they don't take away Medicaid because I've already had to give up the food to be honest I feel terrible I feel powerless we should know the Texas has one of the highest rates of of participation in the food stamp program or snap but I wonder what is your message how you counseling people like Marlene but I I know that these that their families who are worried feel like they're in an impossible situation they're worried if they enroll that they'll end up you know losing their ability to stay in this country potential family separation this is a scary moment and it's understandable that people react in ways to protect themselves in this case protecting themselves feels like withdrawing from programs but we really urge families to stay enrolled this the actual impact is a very limited number of people that the rule precisely applies to those who lives legal immigrants were seeking to adjust their status there is whether or not your children are enrolled in programs whether you're a legal immigrant or not has absolutely no impact through the public charge rule on your ability to stay in this country we had Ken Cuccinelli on our program earlier this week he's acting director of the US citizenship and immigration services and I will I want to play a clip of that interview again here's his take on the new Colossus the Emma Lazarus poem at the statue of liberty tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge does he have a point it is is the US government entitled to require that immigrants to this country not be a burden on the state in his characterization of I think it his characterization is disingenuous in the first place these programs are not this is not a burden on the state these are programs that are designed to lift and support families in times of need so that their anti poverty measures and they're extremely successful anti poverty measures is abundant data indicates that people who use these programs go on to thrive more than they would have otherwise and second essay disingenuous because even if they do not use the programs there's also something called a wealth test in the rule where if they have low income they simply don't it's a it's a hard strike against their applications so if they don't use any of these programs and quote unquote stand on its own two feet you're still there still saying if you don't earn above the US median income you're not welcome here T. C. Anderson is a senior policy associate at the children's defense fund based in Texas thank you so much for your time we

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Immigration official Ken Cuccinelli: Statue of Liberty poem refers to immigrants from Europe

Gary and Shannon

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Immigration official Ken Cuccinelli: Statue of Liberty poem refers to immigrants from Europe

"Kong hi top his trumpet administration officials said that the famous inscription on the statue of liberty that welcomes immigrants into the country is about people coming from Europe and that America is looking to receive people can stand on their own two feet this was Ken Cuccinelli here's the acting director of US citizenship and immigration services and this came out of one day after the administration yesterday announced it would look to deny green cards to people who come here looking for Medicaid food stamps housing vouchers or other forms of public assistance yeah Ken Cuccinelli said this I do not think by any means we're ready to take anything off the statue of liberty obviously I mean we're not going to remove this the the poll on but that to give you an idea of theirs by the way I don't know anybody who knows the whole poem I know a lot of people who know I know give me your tired huddled masses right something of that nature so Emma Lazarus wrote this sonnet the new Colossus as a way to raise money for the pedestal at the base of the statue of liberty they actually auctioned it off which I I never knew that she wrote it in eighteen eighty three it was placed in nineteen oh three in a read the whole thing for you because it is incredible not like the brazen giant of Greek fame with conquering limbs astride from land to land here at our C. washed sunset gates shall stand a mighty woman with a torch whose flame is the imprisoned the lightning and her name mother of exiles former beacon handed glows worldwide welcome mild eyes command the air

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What Does the Statue of Liberty Stand For?

Laura Ingraham

11:21 min | 3 years ago

What Does the Statue of Liberty Stand For?

"It give us your tired your poor those lines etched on the statue of liberty by poet Emma Lazarus are part of our common understanding about what America is what it has stood for since its founding yesterday a top immigration official in the White House can Cuccinelli said he's quote certainly not prepared to take anything down off the statue of liberty but at the same time a new administration role will fundamentally change who gets to come to this country okay since when since when have we been the country that says Hey come here for free stuff Hey come here if you can't afford things in your country come here because we're going to give it to you for free since when now they will argue that that is the Emma Lazarus poem give us your tired your poor your huddled masses that is not what that palm means and we've talked about it before but it is important that you understand it so you can teach it to your friends they're never going to get it there's never there I have yet to see the anchor or anyone from the left that will honestly say you know what I was wrong I learned something I I see this in a different way I had a misunderstanding I have not seen that from the left I have seen that from the right we've done it on this program it's important if you don't do that you're not learning anything so the misunderstanding is it the statue of liberty the emphasis is always on she's the mother of exiles she's this mom and she's saying give us your poor your tired your huddled masses because we're a giant hospital that's not what she's saying that's not what America is what in what world including the world of Jesus Christ in what world does a messenger say Hey if you're really poor and you just can't make it and you wanna live off the fruits of somebody else come here come here in what world does that work in what world is that financially reasonable in what world is that spiritually reasonable that rushes people the statue of liberty is eight Allen she holds imprisoned lightning what is imprisoned lightning what does it mean her towards his cold imprisoned lightning isn't lightning is leading the way of a brighter tomorrow it's not just it's not a flame that claim that torture is imprisoned lightning imprison lightning talks is a direct reference to the to the discoveries of the age imprisoned lightning is another way of saying a light bulb it is the invention of the time that is moving things forward she is the mother of exiles but let's just look at her for a minute what is the crown it's not crown it's a misinterpretation have you ever seen the Michelangelo sculpture of of Moses that's sculpture of Moses it's sitting in Rome in a church it's beautiful sculpture but it is weird as hell because Moses has horns look it up he has two horns coming out of the side of his head you're like what it why this Moses ham horns because it's a misinterpretation of a word it is easily I can't remember the word but it is easily translated to horns but it is not horns it is a range of light so it's not a crown it is the light behind the statue of liberty she is standing as a guard in front of something that is all I don't know dear I say a shining city on the hill the light behind her is reflected in that crown that is a crown of rays of light and she is standing at our son said wash gates she is standing like the Colossus of Rhodes but the Colossus of Rhodes which was one of the wonders of the world the Colossus of Rhodes was holding a spear and a shield it was a warrior and the ships would go in between his legs and he would stand to add more roads this great old port and people would come in and that Colossus was saying don't screw with us it was meant as a warning but is it Emma Lazarus says here it our son said washing gate's stands the mother of exiles now the mother of exiles also has chains around her feet but they're broken chains they are broken chains not just as a reflection of of us breaking the chains of slavery in eighteen sixty five it's not just that it is breaking the chains of slavery because of pomp and circumstance circumstance and and and your heraldry it's it's breaking the chains of you can't do it because you're not a lord a lady landowner and what breaks those chains is what she's holding the law so if you understand the Emma Lazarus poem it is not it is not ever to be read this your poor your tired your huddled masses just send them here we're going to hold them that's not the way it is meant if you listen to the whole poem you'll understand not like the brazen giant of Greek fame with conquering limbs astride from land to land we are not conquerors every war have we conquered and we did we conquer Europe or did we conquer tyranny and given that land and that government back to the people we are not conquerors that take land so not like the brazen giant of Greek fame the Colossus of Rhodes with conquering lambs astride from land to land here at our C. washed sunset gate shall stand a mighty woman with a torch now does that sound like your mom she's not my eighty mom that is standing there with a pie or a mom who is standing there with a teddy bear and a blanket this is a mighty woman with a torch whose flame is the imprisoned lightning the ideas of tomorrow that are happening today and her name is the mother of exiles all that sweet from her vegan handed glows worldwide welcome her mild eyes command the air bridged harbor the Twin Cities frame those Twin Cities The New York harbor that's that's New York City in Brooklyn she's standing there in between the Twin Cities and she's welcoming people but how is she welcoming them with my old eyes that command command what commands that you listen to what she's saying your ancient glands in your store read on so in other words I don't care what your history is I don't care that you have lords and ladies I don't care that you went to the right college the right university you have the right papers your in the right guild you're in the union so you can do it I don't care keep all of that keep your ancient lands in your story pop crises she was silent lips give me your tired your poor your huddled masses yearning to breathe free the wretched refuse of your teeming shore she's saying here I challenge you I challenge you send all the people that you say you can't do it please send me all of the people that you are holding down because they're just riffraff they're not the right people they'll never make it send those people to me send those people to me the homeless the Tempest tossed the people you don't want to send the garbage that you don't want why so I can hold them no because I lift my lamp beside the golden door the rays of light reflected from behind her the you see in the crown the rays of light she's standing behind or next to a golden door she is a guardian of that door there is something special on the other side of that door something behind her then a shining so bright send them here because the promise of what you can do I don't care who you are if you apply yourself you'll make it here that's what America is that's what the statue of liberty stands for not this bull crap of we're going to hold everybody who just can't make it and doesn't want to do anything for themselves and they just want to sponge off of us that is putting a chain around their legs and a chain and a ball around our children's necks that's not what the statue of liberty stands for she says she is the breaker of chains but she's only let you through the door you have to do

Emma Lazarus America Official White House Cuccinelli
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03:23 min | 3 years ago

"colossus " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A in the diesel we Colossus today that'll be well of the nine session in the middle what to add a where we will have a lot of declines father that's what this is a concern so that Sony is a lot of selling pressure we have to continue to see foreign portfolio SSL into the markets in last Friday it was to the tune of another for one million dollars so no confidence coming that either the nineteen next continues to decline with a lot more weakness from the private sector space and once again the Indian rupee well yes so we're looking at a live in a move that live but also spending on the west on I guess he knew to be had that doesn't look right either as far as in in lock is still fun of all right I'm going to kill and Julie at Sally thank you so much for that let's get over to our top story now sources told Bloomberg that the Chinese government has asked state owned enterprises to suspend imports of US farm produce in a dramatic response to president trump's threat of additional terrorist last week our Beijing bureau chief Schering can joins us now it Sherin of course that news about the ACT products coming right after the U. N. slipping below the seven per dollar mark is this what Chinese retaliation looks like it certainly seems to be what it's building up to look like we had we had also you know increase rhetoric in the local media basically calling trump's move last week as a complete surprise a flip flop one common tree even saying the best all right they couldn't have written such a dramatic plot twist and it looks like China is hitting back you know both using the you and and also using these axe purchases that trump has news constantly as something he claims he has one from Beijing but it really is and good morning his man is it really is you know affects wars at dawn I and I said this morning they they let the dogs off the leash may themselves provoked this move above seven this morning so quite aggressive move and then they come out and try and verbally intervene in the market I mean you couldn't write that in a blockbuster script die that yes and and it was also quite unusual the PTO see coming out right after that stating explicitly that the reason that the U. and went beyond seven was because of that the threat of higher tariffs but then also you know including the usual language about how it's ready to step in to stabilize the market whenever it's needed it also use a really interesting metaphor saying that seven should be seen as an H. that once it passes never comes back and also that seven is in like a day and that one's is broken and it results in a flat so it's no it's trying to send a message but at the same time make sure that markets are overly alarmed okay well they seem to be slightly out his morning shower instead of Beijing bureau chief thank you very much and then lots of markets to perhaps over reacting of rich don't think I'm gonna at remains poised he is the JP Morgan chase executive director and head of FX strategy for emerging markets Asia he joins us from Singapore cell which side of the trade are you on the dogs being on leased or that data breaches seven doesn't mean it won't come back and that the PTO safe within a reasonable level on the line good morning Hey good morning county yeah I mean I think that the the Chinese authorities are still rolling in control of the situation from an FX perspective.

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