35 Burst results for "Daniele"

Family: Last victim ID'd in Florida condo building collapse

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Family: Last victim ID'd in Florida condo building collapse

"The final death toll is ninety eight in the condo building collapsed in Surfside Florida we have done everything possible to bring closure to the families Miami Dade County mayor Daniele Levin kava nothing we can say or do will bring back these ninety eight angels who left behind grieving family's beloved friends loved ones across this community and across the world it's unclear what will happen at the site some condo owners want to rebuild others say a memorial should be created there I'm sure we have to

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Death Toll in Florida Condo Building Collapse Rises to 95

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Death Toll in Florida Condo Building Collapse Rises to 95

"The death toll has grown in the Miami area condominium building collapse Miami Dade County mayor Daniele living Kaba says another victim has been found bringing the death toll in Surfside to ninety five she also updated other numbers two hundred and thirty eight people are now accounted for and fourteen people potentially unaccounted for and officials are keeping a record on any personal belongings that they have found their ensuring that all recovered personal property and family heirlooms are treated with the utmost respect each time cruise five personal possessions they take photos and log the location using GPS they've made a grid of the pile knowing approximately where each family's condo unit should be actually after

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4 More Victims Found in Rubble; Death Toll Rises to 32

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

4 More Victims Found in Rubble; Death Toll Rises to 32

"The discovery of four more victims in the rubble of a collapsed condominium building raises the death toll to thirty two since nobody has been rescued since the Surfside condo building collapsed in June Miami Dade County mayor Daniele living Koval was asked when this changes from a search and rescue mission to one of recovery she says she thinks the families of the missing are getting ready for that because they are contacted to let them know that a loved one has passed they're prepared for it and so I think everybody will be ready when it's time to move to the next phase in the meantime legal action into the deadly collapse continues the whole world once you know what happened here actually handler

Surfside Condo Building Mayor Daniele Koval Dade County Miami
Prosecutors Will Ask Grand Jury to Probe Building Collapse

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Prosecutors Will Ask Grand Jury to Probe Building Collapse

"Officials say prosecutors in Florida will pursue a grand jury investigation into the deadly collapse of the ocean front condominium building in Surfside Miami Dade County mayor Daniele Levin Kaba says she endorses a grand jury investigation I've been in close touch with our state attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and I am very supportive of the grand jury investigation but she has announced I have pledged my full cooperation as she moves forward the state attorney told the Miami Herald that she would bring the matter before the grand jurors soon to take a look at the case criminal charges in such matters are possible the investigation would examine factors in decisions that led to Thursday's building collapse I'm showing a blur

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"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Yeah i'm curious what what when when we look at what they're doing today with like the confederate monuments that are all over the country. It's interesting when i went to russia They had t the torn down all the lenin and stalin. A little bummed. I was a little bummed. That i didn't see one of them. I i kinda wanted to see one. You know like ours paris. But i'm wondering from a historical standpoint. How you how you feel about them taking down statues like that and is that something. That just always happens to me. And it's like when people for when people pull out of fashion deeply that in thirty hard-core Way and then people wanna get rid of them they are like fuck this people we hid. They are terrible. Made need to go. And that's why. I think there's actually a story. That's pretty funny. When at the end of it doesn't stop funding. Because he's like this yugoslavia on cd. Lord that's horrible like haram dosing to add another at the end of a yugoslavian civil war when they start but this different nations. They wanted to set up a statue in down. I think is most star. I can't remember right now but they will do our planning these statutes nobody could agree because you at serbs croats had these different than Were shooting each other until the day. Before embedded nod have heroes calm and one guy when like timeout. What about boom sleep. Yeah we again. We need to lease here okay. Let's statue bruce lee. We all like like. I think if you're going to have public statues i kick his safe bet to go with the but those kind of people that everybody likes right because if you politicians so you go with those kind of historic fieger inevitably. They are. somebody's he'll and they are. Somebody's beal and the are always going to have desirable meds and people are gonna be feast. It's understandable and you get it. So so i think the policies he started statue make statue saturday. That's the we ought to go. Oh no no one. No one holds up. We were at my daughter. Eyelid.

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"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Dweller was wanted for more and at the same time speed the probably the greatest painting severed some of the most amazing ir ever create that so one day he would be day are big his master visas and when he's done he goes to the tavern And stop a guy that's a. That's life basil So i was like okay. That's they totally to be like that. I would have paid a lot more attention if you style could the kyoto school technique. How i don't care as much by. Yeah he talked on stuff he studied. Be like there's a lot of seeks event like my family that i didn't pay attention to growing up all your parents. Were both like very learned. People right yeah. Yeah and you know they ner bust artillery to many books. Yes but the even like like for example war worldwide like. I remember my mom's grandfather. I am dean growing up like seeing if you dine. Says a key to before he died and he had these like. I watch like abida that was like. Oh that's why the door like the war. Something santiago okay so hold dude with. The patch is candies or something. I didn't pay much attention. And then i found out that the guy was captaining. These one unit of the italian army. That's the ball. Stints seed unique. I've ever these the the. Dt wear their main weapons. Did they barely used guns. They add a grenade and daggers and their job was to just swim usually Virk there was ever between the austrian and swim across the lever running the enemy trenches and then in the transient just stab. Everybody and their thing was like. Yeah we there we we you know. They took a reading seen casualties. These you know the where it give. Tactics were not exactly designed for southbound serve as they wear just both to the wall. Completely insane guys. For whom warlord wine that you figure you know. Technologically embiid was mostly a dagger. So that's a really up close and personal and I was like jesus christ. Was you know my grandfather was doing Wow why do they need the story in that fashoda gate. I would have paid more attention on order but even you know might get on mighty member. My mom's she. When i go up she was these kind of cranky lady. Sweet to me but fee elite by about there was always like what's their problem. You know 'cause he's the sweet dole grandma you know this dining those saying that you don't think much about it and then i start defining our will be stories. Where like doing war work. She was art of resistance and one day they could or boyfriend and you notify. She's trumpeting out into pieces in the league bb lagging front of her house and she just went to really hard core from that. Point don jr. She just made me shrimp just bald. The leaving fuck out of them and so she would spend. She spent some of her teenage years carrying bombs. Send blanton them and blowing up as she said nods season die wizard life and that was like no wonder. She's a little depressed wonder. Sunny annoys because unlike the typical war experience. Where warriors out there is like there's a battlefield out there you know. Sold their goes away from home to the battlefield. War forever was right. Outside of our house was urban. Fight eating Keeping these culvert whatever some teenage girl and then you go out and the be The the people with you when ensue..

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"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"That's not cultures that are known as mainstream where you are gonna be gazillion. People raise their hands. Say that's bullshit that's not through so many authors feel. Make our sons on the she. Dooby daryl fantastic roger so bake That has very lethal to do with reality becomes either a caricature before they are denominated. Savage was in touch with nature or the geese babies the beach so they long or they are the most visuals people in order to. Have you say a low. they need neither. Why three out. You know what i mean. It's like it's it's a lot more complicated than either one that is anti than the book history because so many people have read it become ridiculously popolare. That mean i read it for any gain. You know i understand. You know not everybody. But that's of what. I do for levi's which lethal easier for me to peek through through it but as i was going through men so late. It's like if you're going to seeing stop. Do we tina little more. And then i ended way these about it. You don't have a big fan of people who are bullshit. Thursday will get bullied off dead. Sacha raff job such a rough way to go about it. What is pretty all life. I don't know like i right of the bad. That was a series like the comanche. Were the only guys who managed to successfully but first Fights unlike a bunch of father a resource super famous for that. Seeing if you lie about seventeen dead well known that basic. What the hell you know So then just kind of the vibe that i got there you know it's interesting is I do feel like i. I am reading books written by old white men. Sometimes and it's got.

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"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"He's like hitler these would walk. I know and that is like what it'll betray me. How could he. How like he's mad. You kill everyone even people who have nothing against you just because you're paranoid the one time you choose to press a buddy. Each layer good judge of human character. Nicely that that's all. I mean it really and then i get drawn to these characters and i i think like teddy roosevelt someone. I've always been fascinated with in your. And i don't want you to have to recount the to report podcast that everyone should everyone. History fire is is fucking amazing. It is amazing it really is. I'm i today. I just started listening to the forty seven. Ronin s- which. I like like fucking idiot. I thought it was a. I thought it was a bad counter. Read right this is something. That is a real story. It's a real story. That's been carried out through cedar and kabuki for year. Like i mean. But i have so much i wanna talk to you about. But i'm i'm so this sunday i'm doing is winston churchill's death the celebrating winston churchill. Day by having a breakfast that he had 'em we watch with skied a cigar eggs. Some naked some toast some damn and a glass of water starting at eight in the morning and i'm dictating jokes to my wife sowed excellent. What could possibly go wrong. Yes go wrong. I'm drawn to these big personalities like teddy roosevelt winston churchill these larger than life personalities. And i wanted to ask you out of all out of all the people in history. Who do you think was probably the most engaging and and i like mike dunkin. I just started listening to the great. I didn't realize that guy fucking party balls. Yeah that guy. basically. I mean there's so many great characters in history. Every every i i went in studying in russia rob a train really but like fucking great so who do you think the most engaging characters we've had in history and then i'm curious. How do you feel like people like barack obama who will go down as probably one of the greatest men.

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Will Collagen Break Your Fast?

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Will Collagen Break Your Fast?

"We have a question from daniele in the subject is collagen slash vitamins. She says when breaking a nineteen to twenty hour fast. Can i start with my collagen supplement which is powder and water and gummy vitamins. Please don't judge a grown woman taking gummy vitamins. Laugh emoji no judging so great question. Daniela the very short and simple answers. Yes the longer answer is. It's a good thing to clarify. I think collagen is something people especially people. That are new to fasting. Think that it might be something that they can take while fasting especially because it's often quote prescribed to take the way she's taking it like in water. Collagen is definitely. Something is not fasting friendly. It's a protein amino acid. It's going to definitely definitely break your fast. Yep people like to start at coffee. i don't know why Started that diddy I think way back in the day. 'cause i remember reading him writing about it. He was saying for women in particular. It was a good thing. Well i don't know it's like wasser by wanting to put this in their coffee. The good thing about college in those. It's very nourishing to your gut. So it's actually a really wonderful time to take it right when you're breaking your fast. Like danielle is and then same to take the vitamin. I'm not a huge fan of multivitamins. In general i think it's better to target specific nutrients there's so much complexities to vitamins. That it's hard to find a vitamin that you know is actually doing what you wanted to be

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Witnesses to George Floyd arrest testify at Derek Chauvin trial

BBC World Service

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Witnesses to George Floyd arrest testify at Derek Chauvin trial

"Derrick show Vin's trial has heard emotional testimony from youngsters who witnessed the death of George Floyd. One of them was a teenager who has video of the former policeman pressing his knee or Mr Floyd's neck brought the incident to the world's attention are North America correspondent Ali Makbul has more You swear or affirm the first full day of testimony was an emotional one. It started with the playing of an emergency call that was made by an eyewitness here is pretty much that was resisting arrest me gonna do next the whole time. Colonel Williams is her describing how he saw a man handcuffed in on his front. Resisting arrest, having his neck knelt on, so you were concerned. About Mr Floyd losing his life. Hurry. People walking from the left, then CCTV footage was shown with the officers and George Floyd in the foreground in the background, a 17 year old, identified as Daniele, whose testimony was off camera. Seen taking her young cousin into the shop. Was there anything about the scene that you didn't want your cousin to see? Yes. And what was that? Man terrified, scared, Big brother. First she came back to record the video that went viral around the world and others gathered to is the night. Have stayed up. Apologizing. Mm. Politics. Listen. These were exploited for not doing more and not Physically interacting in. Not saving his life. Don't Ella's nine year old

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Said thank you danielle as always a joy to talk with you folks. Don't tweet like hitler. Sorry tweeted angry. Schnitt don't we like hitler. thank you so much. I really appreciate your time. Perfect place to end the tell people about your podcast though before. Yes so host. A couple of podcast. There's drunken is that chatty philosophical somewhat kind of podcasts free everywhere and then they're study on fire there's a bunch of forty episodes if he's throwing firefighters about fifty of them. So there's a long way in the archives to go and then the newer ones are behind that they will but it's like thirty bucks or something but even if you don't get to that there's a long list of the app to go through beforehand. So that's the big. Thank you sir. Check him out folks. you already know though. God bless you and hopefully. I'll see you in person eventually but i think it's going to be a little while but thank you very much. How decrease the thanks for being on the show a big. Thank you to danielle bolelli for appearing yet again on the d. h. and much thanks to chromebooks nitrogen squarespace and purple for sponsoring this episode. If any of those products struck your fancy the links and the offer codes are all at duncan trussell dot com. Thank you all so much for listening. And i will see you next week until then have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the whispers of spring..

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:26 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"It. Nobody else showed you any different. You know that kind of stuff. I mean to me really when i was doing this. I wasn't even realizing it. And like when seven. I was looking at me. This does not look like success. She said like what five words or something that was like. Whoa that's a hundred percent right is like what am i do. Indeed what the hell is this you know. And so it's The way deserve any taoist game right these opposite since you will need because you do need that ability to be basically get stuff done work hard you. That's an important part of life but you also need the good stuff is also data allows that other side that stuff that enjoyed the bomb into stuff. That can relax. That leads with kids. That is more carefree that gives the need. They need to find healthy balance. And that's kind of like what you are referring to are. Are now actually the way you say. It made me think of something i wrote. In my very first book. I used the was almost identical to what you said you are talking about this war that island among us. The heat be samurai. We that he'd be summarize that you know you need that summarized side. It's deeply that makes you tappan saying that he's gonna do something got does of that and at the same time is happy. Ep past scenes. Look at the sky and enjoyed texter off the three in front of you and that which makes life worth because otherwise you have just been asked to lose effective. Who cares. she's like. Yeah you're disciplined effective job. Hitler was disciplined and effective tool that. As a good thing. You need sal. It's only one and effectiveness lead to does he create something beautiful otherwise right. It's a good question to ask yourself from time to time is how much am i like. Hitler.

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

09:38 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"You can just say don't worry about. That car is broken fine. They can care no problem dot stick away a hell of a lot of three pirate israel. And that's why he's not that people are stupid is like there's a reason why people feel manifesto. Only at our money life would be so yeah it would be but no it would be would not be by any stretch of the nation. Suddenly everything clicks. No that's a whole site. That thing is like you. Have you start the game with becker cards. That's all there is. It doesn't mean you wanna game is just. You started a game with better cards. That's great but then in no way shape or for me the fact that you know it. It gives you great chances that you're gonna have good cards at the end. But it doesn't insured happiness factor. Which is the one that ultimately winning the game is all about. And that's where we mistake the depend. Also that we think is gonna believe it for the actual experience and the actual experience some folios unless you unless you know out to unless you avid deputy. Step of the way you one for more in either. You're gonna get you know you're not gonna have that moment where you get there and you're like oh now i get to have the experiences i can not. That's not how it works. No no don't that's so infuriating but you but it's also exciting. Isn't it to to me. That's like as i spin. You know as you if you if you're if you're like an old school conspiracy person as i am. You grew up taking acid ca. You know looking at dollar bills thinking about like all the things that they've made this massively illegal and it just makes me feel amazing and seems to improve my quality of life. Then what other shit if they completely fucked up and so it it creates this like this sort of at first your whole world can fall apart. Is you're looking out at it and thinking. Oh my god. How much of what i do is even my own freedom and how much of it has been implanted in me by people who just like have. We've all gone into some hypnotic resonant field that seems to be centered on consuming or or or more importantly in addiction new stuff. You know we want new shirts new clothes new car new house you this that novelty addiction specifically no and but then over time i wanna like refine and refine the conspiracy theories bringing them all together into one sort of profound are they want like the the in physics they want the unified field theory. I want a unified theory of theories and me it centers around this very conversation. We're having which is you can control your states of consciousness to induce identical levels of joy and bliss you would have if you did achieve all the if you did like a glob blitz of matter. Whatever you don't need any of that if you are in control of your nervous system enough theoretically you could induce those states minus procuring them minus the transaction minus the hoarding of the one style of energy to get the other style of energy. And you know what. I mean you could do it minus any of that and that that if we all started figuring out how to do that would completely put a bullet right in the fucking dark oozing heart of society as we know it because no one's going to do it now. Everyone's going to be like i really. I'm not gonna go for that. You know i don't need now. I really don't need a job that pays me that much because in my reasonably priced. Whatever i feel like. I'm in heaven just because i've gained control of consciousness enough thoughtfully man like one of the key for one of the cardinal douay scholarships is the knowing when to stalk and they say you don't know when to stop that's when all sorts of calamities will because there is a sweet spot where you know where you heat everything you can get from. Death and pushing word is now going to deliver. More of the good stuff is not going to make life any easier. Just gonna make you victim to running on this wheel like a hamster kind of thing and so the idea knowing and again knowing when to stop meaning you have to get there is not necessarily again if you are homeless on the street we can talk about how you know you can find happiness in this moment is like fucking easy for you to are not dealing with my mandate. The guy joel was next to me steely by sleeping bag. As soon as i around. So i get it you know. They begin insulin mother fucker. Exactly exactly one hundred percent so we're not saying these seeing like everybody just find your beliefs. Now lay the meet the love that china side door while you will have nobody to eat you know no real got it but once you get to a point where you have food on the table you avarice reasonably assured roof over your head that you have the basic self lives to keep you going then how off of that is where it becomes a game of dementia resort working like a dog to make more money out much. More of your life is gonna lever. Interest of fulltime shots. Were at penis not a whole lot if anything he can actually get what. He's comfortable adoptive so knowing where it's like. No this is good. These is what i need. I don't need to work as hard to make more these good spots. I just bought a fucking house man. So i'm the biggest hypocrite. I i bought into the thing by a fucking house. I'd like i didn't wanna rent anymore. I want to know what it's like house. That's the problem with consumerism. Because it's like. I can theoretically imagine what it's to own a yacht but i can never really know what it's like until i own a ya and you know read this. This is the terrible like rab a carrot dangling in front of the greedy little rabbit in our hearts is it's like oh yeah fuck your philosophical shit. I want to know what is like you have this or that or that. And then when you get the thing it's always the identical result which is not much didn't really seem to ripple the water's much at all. There's this cool. I mean it's cool. I can video games or something. It's like it's not like you know there wasn't the the the if you know after the grand. Initiation of being vetted by a zillion different people to buy a fucking house. Which is the you know. Western initiation ritual of hood. or like. You know it's an it's clearly. It's clearly an occult initiation ceremony. The signing ritual gotta go into a room and like a completely pointless like signing of a trillion sheets of paper in front of special person. The notary who's been authorized by some other things too like be there to i watched the signings. And it's it's the whole thing is like to me. It seems even more ridiculous than some of the like initiate initiation rituals. I've seen documentaries. You know where people are like you know putting praying mantis is on on their nipple. You know what i mean like. It's like that makes more sense than like all right. Yeah okay. I'll sign this and there's in this in this now the signing is done and then you get this key and then now this shell that another thing used to live in you go in inhabit in the difference is this is my shell right versus. I'm leasing a shell from someone else. Who's a shell collector who leases shells. These weird fucking. You know creatures that we are that like to like curl up shells and pretend that this is our home the level. You're talking about though. Despite the fact that i'm don with the whole mantis the metaphor. It's just any boy. I bought to such divine creation. But but the you know if you're talking about one how you're talking about whether you leave your. That's that area. Okay so i get it you know you want to have your place where you have a say. So what are you. don't have it sorry were you. Don't have a ask. The landlord was yelling at you. Tell you what you can do jack rant. All of that. The problem is not that the problem is when he's like okay. I got a house now. What now. I need car. Okay now i got it now. I won the votes. no now i want to boats. Now i want three houses now Death creatures you know. It's like when you add something that he's like. No you've got the good stuff you have a house you have food..

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:59 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"They leave in a smaller community becoming vested in his boulder community. Maybe create that lethal village. Weiner france only close to one another. And that's the idea that's that would be the best of both to arts. You've got the old tribal style of close knit community with the novelty of communication where you can interact with the whole award. The downside is beyond instead. Are mike lock in their little cabin. Doing up. burstein lead the love no way everyday. Don't talk to anybody. They don't see anybody other than ally of dan. That's a nightmare. Yeah right yeah that. That is scary that possibility because in that possibility. What's really odd about that. Is that you know looking at like the like a dystopia and like wally style projections of some futuristic society where you are in the bubble things get delivered to you. You don't have to leave. The creates a really strange thing that can happen to someone. Which is your the people that you're communicating with could be replaced by deepfakes possessed by an ai and you would never even know it. Furniture much during the matrix at that point. Yeah aaron like you could. You could fool. You could put someone in a house. It's like some technological like plato's cave yup except it's not like shadows on the wall it's fucking. Ai infused deepfakes of the people. That were their friends there. They don't even know they're not even doggie to them to their phone. So when they're calling the number is just going to a deepfake in that could happen every single one of these bubble dwellers and they would never know. There's a possibility that they would ever note. That is what are the creepy out like weird things that get that could happen. You know you could be. You could theoretically a country. That it hyper insulated and had reduced where the each person is is. You're saying it become like some kind of techno reclusive worker theoretically if you had some kind of amazing technological weapon you could attack the country by just making like sending in like a i clones to people's zoom meetings and confusing the fuck out of everybody. Suddenly you're like imagine if you and i are talking on zoom and selling them like fuck you fuck you will l. you fucking shit flying there to get care. You dug it what you okay. You know what i mean. Why the savings happening to me from you or some other of it. That is one of the creepy. But i don't think that i mean. Do you really think that version of of reality is possible that atrophied like hibernating tackling human completely lonely. It's kind of weird because on one end. No because you fieger run. You hope that people are smart enough seat Charlene it the other end. I mean i don't know if you've ever been to you like sometime. This september app. Where maybe you have people around. You are cool. Nice people and you know they are trying to attract which you and you're like yeah that's great. Let me go back to apply to job long tweet about what's going on at ed. Suddenly you're like thirteen daddy. Direction is more real than people were physiology off you and you're like what the fact that my yes. Yeah that's you have identified are real fucking prob some shadowy. You don't know what you've been talking to come into your mind a few hours later you're thinking about zorro nag nine eight one seven sixes critique of some instead of like your kids yes. That's what like oh. Subtopic is wrong with this picture. Yeah yeah that's like a fungus. That's like a form of futuristic technological. Athlete's foot some some techno mold crept into you. And now you're like thinking of of that show you know i i i can't. I can't get her to not do. I try to get my wife to not look at. Don't look at the comments right right. You know because like you have to learn that over time you'll get infected. Yeah so that's one of the problems is that suddenly you're prioritizing relationships with beings that you don't even know her human could be a lab monkey that has learned how to telepathically communicate with twitter. Right could be an ai by could be some thing. You don't even know what the fuck it is could be a could be like a group of humans. Floating in some gel all interacting is one superbeing via twitter. You know you just. You don't know what you're talking to you motherfucker or whatever you're particular social media is thank you squarespace for sponsoring yet again. An episode of the dt f h. I love squarespace. Go to my website and rest. Your sweet beautiful gooey. Gum drop eyeballs upon the glory of squarespace squarespace. It his back every thing you did. You know what. If you haven't gone to squarespace you might not even understand what it is. 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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"That. The flowers always end up growing somehow or another. They're always there no matter how grim you assign personality to the winner now no matter how grim no matter how dedicated to being cold naked and deadly the winter personified may be whether it likes it or not flower. Start growing out of it whether likes or not. It's just the way it goes. Is that a permanent situation. No probably the winter is it. Looks on in shock as the spindly dead skeletal branches of its infinite trees. Begin to grow leaves again. Maybe it knows like yeah go ahead dear fucking spring rant podcasting sap but give it some time and i'm gonna get these fucking leaves off of me and frees up again. It's true you can't you. you have to. You have to accept both realities. We need one for the other. That's the whole unfortunate point. you know. Somebody tweeted some weird thing about this. The midnight gospel on netflix. Saying how can you say gospel. Which means good news and midnight which means darkness. It's like saying happy. Evil some terrible misinterpretation. Of what i. I think we were attempting in in in the name of that. Sure when i thought it could mean you know which is like a more of like you know the the two things can exist together. Not that midnights bad. I mean if it was a terminally day daytime. We would go crazy within a week. Hate it so i get it. There's there's a place obviously for shitty cold creepy lonely pandemics. I guess they happen so there must be some place for them. But if you if you're going to have a pandemic unless it's the end of the world you're also get an after the The pandemic that's the that's what you get for getting to the other side of pandemic an after the pandemic a time where like we are going to be hanging out each other and we're not gonna take it for granted for at least few weeks time where we're going to be gathering together and be like holy shit we get to be together and not worry that one of us is going to kill the other one. I think that's right around the corner. And i'm very excited about it and that's my spring. Sappy rant got a great show for you today. Fred's danielle bolelli is here with us. We're going to jump right into it. But i.

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Shot all of the children. So you're argued you sap so fine. Go ahead and send it to me. But i what i think's happening with this pandemic. i think we can all kind of feel it. And i'm a fool enough to say to say it out loud. I don't care so what i'm wrong. I was also wrong about the media or that was. I thought it was going to impact at the beginning of this fucking pandemic. I thought the whole thing was a scam. They just wanted to go indoors because they knew immediately it was going to impact the planet and i wish i could fill my wife many times. She let me tell her that. I think this is what it is in the times in various ways she said. Here's your what are you talking about. That is what's happening as it turns out she was right. A meteoroid didn't impact. I was wrong. So i could be wrong about this but i think we're at the end of this thing. I think maybe even by the summer this thing's going to start melting away and that is really exciting. A little dreadful too by the way because like right. Now i've got like the ultimate excuse to not go out like fucking crazy there's a pandemic out can't do stand up right now care care too much to stand up. You know. it's a perfect excuse but soon that's that we were not going to have it anymore and so we're going to have to come to terms with it and we're all going to be like for a little bit. We all that we're all going to have to be really sweet to each other. I tweeted some snarky thing the other day and deleted it just because i realized like no. Don't do that right now. We're going to have to be really extra kind to each other coming up here. We're going to have to join in with the spring a little bit. Because i mean all of us especially the calloused baby hearts out there man. We're rattled folks are freaked and excited but freaked out so we gotta be gotta be extra sweet mimic the spring. You know like in those moments where you're about to like you know symbolically give someone the linguistic backhand because you feel like they're whatever wrong and you're right you turn that. Turn that backhand whatever it was. You're gonna do some passive aggressive shitty symbolic back turning a legitimate assault verbally or hopefully not physically turn that into just turn into flowers. This is the best time to do it because the earth dies as it turns all the dead shit into flowers and it does right at the perfect time in the spring and all those flowers appear and all the leaves appear in. And you have to be no matter what it's like no matter what it's gonna it's gonna sink past all your defense mechanisms and it's going to remind you of the reason i like being an existing sentient being in this particular material universe. The swath of the multi multiversity we find ourselves. Which is that. The flowers always end up growing somehow or another..

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

08:49 min | 5 months ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"A cover of nicholas. Famous song the beast in me being covered by grendel peterson praised the sweet angels in heaven. I finally got my vaccine. I went down to church. That had i'd heard had extra doses and was able to get the jab and it was mystical. Experience was mystical. Even if you're the most cynical hardened annoyed sarcastic pandemic denier and you're looking down your nose at all of us who are waiting to get this job. You have to admit it. The possibility that this way of existing in the world is going to end that we're going to be able to rub shoulders with strangers at amusement parks and clubs and bars and restaurants and the glory holes in the world because what's worse than having to wear a mask and a glory all it's like. Is it okay to pull it down idea. That's all going to end is just a joyful dream and a lot of us were afraid because we don't wanna get our hopes up because our hopes have been dashed so many times over and over again during this. Insane turbulent crazy year plus a few months. But i think i think the sun beginning to rise. I think we're going to the other side of this and it's coinciding with the seasons. You know i'm a sap. Let's face it. I i have every les miserables song memorized played for my kid more driving in the car and he likes it. I'm a sap in their four. I love when spring starts happening. Especially now that. I've experienced a winter. You know if you're living in la you're gonna get wet sloppy kind of winter but you're not going to get the kind of winner you get up in the mountains of north carolina. You're not going to get a legitimate winner. It's probably why you don't live on. The east coast is because you're poor. Frail little quivering west coast body can't handle the pain of winter. But god i understand because my body certainly doesn't like it. I don't like it when it hurts when the wind blows but part of the glory of spring is that it just slowly starts melting away all of it suddenly. It's getting warmer. It's not raining as much anymore. Flowers are starting to show up in the ground and it doesn't matter if you're the most despicable totally cynical angry bundle of defense mechanisms bundled inside of defense mechanisms. Some little part of you is going to get affected by the spring because even though the grand total walking callous that you have intentionally become because your sweet sensitive baby heart decided. It was better to be completely numb than do experience contact with reality that little little. We'll hummingbird heart that still in you. It talks to the spring and this spring says. Don't worry. I know you think you're going to be existing inside a cynical jaded sarcastic. Angry human callous for the rest of your existence on this planet. But it's not gonna be that way you're gonna get to grow out of all. That thick hardened angry cynical meet and eventually that being that is completely lost. Track of its heart is going to feel you again. Don't worry and that's what. I love about the spring because it's like this is what this is the idea. It doesn't last whatever. The thing is that the whatever the particular at least i can only speak from experience. There might be someone listening to this right now. Who's hanging upside down in a bavarian dungeon. Getting hot wax dripped on their taint. Maybe they paid for the experience initially but then when they asked to be released. They realized that they weren't getting out of the verion castle. Maybe like your captors are letting you listen to this podcast is. I can only assume an extra form of torture so for you. I don't know if you're going to get out of there but my own personal experiences that no matter how seemingly crystallized the horror of some particular phase of my life seems to be no matter how much it seems like this shit is never gonna end and sometimes that experience could be like can happen over the course of a few years you seconds depending on what's happening it always gets better. It always gets better and sometimes it gets better in ways that i didn't expect sometimes it gets better than i hoped. Sometimes not as better as i would have liked but it always gets better. And that's what. I like about the very beginning of spring. You know i pass somebody. I know i was like happy to happy. Probably will pass someone. I said spring's here and they smiled and said the whispers of spring which is a really poetic thing to say to someone on the street. But that's ashville ashes. Pretty cool point is. That's what i like the whispers spring. Because you know soon it's going to be full bore spring. Nature's gonna be showing off. Greece hyper green and the flowers. Exploding out everything. It's like we get it spring. Relax but the very beginning of spring. That i really love that the party you want even though you know. This is how the seasons work part of. You doesn't can't believe that if finally this win it's over. The winner is going to end soon. I'm not going to have to bundle up to take on bike rides sued. It's gonna be hot and green and all the dead trees are going to be alive. Even though they weren't really dead they were naked. Really i mean it's not a dead tree. It's a naked tree. Leaves are the clothes and i liked trees wearing clothes. Naked trees or creepy to quote voltaire. Point is i think that's what we're seeing right now with this pandemic and i could be wrong. Maybe someone's going to play this for a few months. It'd be like were you ever now. We're all now. We have boils all over our body from a mutated straight of the thing and and not only that but the earthquake. That you didn't know is coming happened. And the earth opened up and out of the earth of sulfuric transformational health. Fumes rose into the sky and turn the birds into pull. Its that.

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Young leader helps her generation protect the ocean

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 8 months ago

Young leader helps her generation protect the ocean

"The ocean is home to countless species but that diversity of life is vulnerable to climate change pollution and overfishing daniele fernandez was horrified when she learned about these threats she was in college and wanted her generation to make a difference so she launched a sustainable ocean alliance in two thousand fourteen. It started by being a community of young people wanting to do something for the ocean and in these projects. There were a lot of young people that had ideas for creating revenue generating companies. That would make money of course but also help support him. Protect our ocean. So after graduation fernandez decided to move to silicon valley and expand the nonprofit and now help secure mentorship funding and connections for companies working on ocean solutions for example it's worked with the startup that builds drones that collect climate change data another grows coral reef restoration projects. We are helping these entrepreneurs and these young leaders not feel alone in a world that sometimes can be isolating for social entrepreneurs that aren't in the business of simply making money but that actually want to contribute to better future for our environment and for humanity.

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The Road To Bankruptcy

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:22 min | 8 months ago

The Road To Bankruptcy

"After closing her spot in march. Daniela stromberg went looking for help anywhere she could find it. She applied for one of the ppp loans from the government and she was approved but those loans helped businesses cover payroll and yellow. Didn't just have payroll to worry about ci also had to pay rent around twenty eight thousand dollars a month. I'm day spa. i'm utterly vulnerable. So how would i then pay the full rent. Daniela turned to the one person who could really help her solve her rent. Problem her landlord. She needed to things from him. I need an exit strategy. I wanted to be able to give him three months. No this should this not be working. I needed reduced rent based on my ability to do business so the reduced rent was tied into my reduced revenues. The negotiation with her landlord was not easy. Daniela says they went back and forth for months. Then in july danielle caught a break governor. Andrew cuomo announced that new york city would enter phase three of reopening which meant that personal care services nail salons tattoo parlors and spas could reopen. Our phones. Were ringing from the day. The city said go It was amazing. Then yellow was thrilled. She was finally able to bring back some of her staff and she got to work. On new safety. Protocols daily temperature checks goggles masks and face shields she invested in a new air filtration system and uv sanitizing lights domi- was open for business. We were the neighborhood spa and we had been there for eighteen years. We have real relationships with our clients and most of my team had been with me more than fifteen years so people were happy. We were open again. Demise was completely booked to try to accommodate as many customers as possible. Danielle and her staff started coming early staying late but the numbers just weren't adding up. Danielle could only open to of her seven treatment rooms because of social distancing and she could only offer her low dollar services guess like massages so a one hour massage cost around one hundred and fifty bucks not bad for daniele but also that wasn't anywhere close to as profitable as a facial official might bring in three hundred fifty dollars for that same. Our only problem was facials. Were still prohibited by the state. So even after reopening daniels revenues were down seventy percent from the previous year and then in september danielle received a final offer from her landlord. It was two months of half-off rent. And if she wanted an additional month at fifty percent off she would have to sign five. More years onto her lease daniele was stunned. She was dealing with so much uncertainty. She had no idea where things would be in two months. She felt like there was no way she could sign this lease. What is two months. Mean what what's the relevance of that. What did he think was happening in two months. Like that's just magic thinking like it meant nothing. This was spit. daniele was at the end her rope. She told her landlord she would be out by the end of the month and then she called each of her thirty four employees. I said i am. This is really hard. I'm very sorry. I feel a win and i didn't wanna let anybody down but i lost my fight with the landlord and we're ending services on the fifteenth daniela's spa is one of more than one hundred thousand small businesses estimated to have closed this year when a business closes. It's still on the hook for the money. It owes some business owners like daniela file for bankruptcy as a way to deal with their outstanding debts. Kate waldoch is an economist who specializes in corporate bankruptcy. She says when a business closes it sets off a chain of reactions. That ripples through the economy. I the business owner stops paying their landlord. The landlord is making any money. And chances are in since we're still in the middle of the pandemic. It's really bad right now. They probably can't lease that. Space to a new tenant probably sitting empty and so all of a sudden the landlord can't make mortgage payments so the bank and then the bank is in trouble. Says kate because it was counting on money coming in from the small business and from the landlord and when businesses in landlords that means that that's money that the bank was expecting to make that it's not making so the value of the bank goes down and the cash that it was hoping to take in and then relent to another business or another landlord or another homeowner. Can't relent that money. Kate says the result is that there's less credit to help. Businesses grow in the future. She worries all of these. Recent bankruptcies will result in a serious recession. The likes of which we haven't yet begun to see when the virus is finally under control and businesses can start reopening again get says it will take a lot of cash to jump start the economy and she's worried that the banks just will not have that cash to lend or even if they do that they'll be skittish about lending it of course the government may step in here and flood the economy with stimulus. Kate says that could help. In fact right now. Congress is debating just how much support to give small businesses in. Its next relief plan but for daniela. Stromberg it's just too late. All i needed was read relief. That's it so. I mean this never had to happen. That's it. i never had to happen.

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How can I increase traffic to my tarot reading website?

Side Hustle School

03:44 min | 11 months ago

How can I increase traffic to my tarot reading website?

"Hi Chris My name is Daniele from Centennial Colorado. I'm actually new to the show but very excited to incorporate the podcast side-hustle broke into some ideas have been working on my side hustle is doing Tarot into readings. It's something I've been playing with for a few years and I've done some live readings that different groups and I get great feedback I would love. To have people book sessions more regularly. I set everything up I've not add it to my website I have link to a page where they can vote their own sessions. I've created a newsletter I've got testimonials I've posted on social media and crickets. So my question is asking if you have any tips or insights on getting people to see my site and to book sessions. I would really appreciate it. I know that being seen is going to be one of the best ways. I did just book foods at a local metaphysical fair for. February. But anything besides that. If you can give me insights, I would love it and I look forward to hearing from you and thank you so much. Danielle, what's up? Thank you so much for listening and for calling in as well. Now, this is a great topic because I said. So many of our listeners essentially have the same question. For whatever their business is and you know just just to be clear first and foremost there's not a pithy answer and there's one thing I can say thirty seconds it's going to solve the problem. The. Question. That Danielle is asking, how can I get more customers? This is not just something that a lot of side hustlers went to. No I mean this is something that a lot of small business owners and executives at major corporations want to know and many of those big companies have entire sales and marketing teams devoted to customer acquisition Seo. Sometimes, they pay agencies a lot of money to come up with a creative campaign all in hopes of doing the same thing essentially that Danielle and maybe you wants to do, which is bring more traffic to your website or otherwise acquire more customers. So. On the third, way calls that I've been doing a pretty much every other Thursday for anybody who's interested in the third group model that I wrote about in the money tree, which if you don't know what that is, it's essentially. People like you who are all trying to start an income generating project I do these calls and we spent a lot of time looking at different situations and brainstorming a group about individuals. So for Y'all specifically like if we were going to call in and look at this, we probably pull up her website. I took a quick little look. Her website consists almost entirely of a way to book her to hire her for her Tarot reading. Service. which is a good thing. Of course, that's what she wants to do but my concern, therefore, my suggestion unless you wanted to do that unless you already knew who I want to hire on Y'all already pre sold on it there's not really any reason to go to her site and you also probably wouldn't find it unless she told you about it or somebody else told you about it. So my number one suggestion again, recognizing that this is a long term goal should probably try. Some other things too but my number one suggestion would be to add some more helpful content to this website. Give people something for free give them a reason to visit the site. So I don't know a lot about Terro- what do I need to know what is essential? What are the top ten surprising facts about it? What are the misconceptions about it who can benefit from a reading? Do I need to prepare somehow mean those are just some of the questions that I had. Just kind of thinking talking my head maybe even. A list of resources which I do say she has a she has some resources in links on our site, but maybe just kind of building that out more be a little bit more helpful than just hire me and not to say, you shouldn't have to hire me there. That should be there should be front and center. Absolutely. But if you want to grow your website ultimately, you're gonNA need to provide people reasons to come to your website besides just that one reason of hiring you.

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"You know it's like everybody can. It's a CDs from one day to the next not. Everybody wins. No but it's it improves since concede that ugly but now man the people in the beautiful rustic areas of the world that up until this point been uninhabited by city dwellers. Because we can't get to work if we go there watch out but are you know even if you rush percentage of the population in spate around the world you steal have probably really low population density and plenty of Arias. Is that true while the word is a pretty big fucking place right and you know yeah overwhelmingly. Lot of people are concentrated in some centres. So you know if you go to. I mean even in United States today go to Yom ing go to Montana. I think if I remember correctly Montana one point in a studies that way more cows than you one and you know that tells you something you know. There are spaces that are very very wide where we are very few people man. It's beautiful I mean. This is a real possibility for our civilization and I just feel like with the reason that you know. It's it's it's an embarrassment when you're not really embarrassing but because there's no one to be embarrassing more they're all dead but like what you were saying about the dancing thing. It's like you know it's embarrassing to even imagine that level of insanity you know and it's easy for us to take this lofty modern look back the explanations they're giving for this hysterical dancing and judge it and the God there were really out of their fucking minds but clearly in the future. They're going to look back at us and be like damn they were out of their fucking minds. They had this insane technology that would allow them to be anywhere on the planet. They wanted to be but they still wanted to gather together in their towers of doom. And you know right and so this this is gotta be like we've got alike. Start Waking Up to not just that but man. What are some of the other ways? What did you think are some other by the way you have time? I feel like can you? What do you think are some of the other like superstitious sentimental? You know societal habituation that we're engaged in. That are lowering our quality of life out of an allegiance to a way of being. That just doesn't have to be that way anymore. I really think that that in the old tight gathered that idea footing. Motoric died with an ability to live anywhere. You want tied. We defend that you can create modern thrives at point that he doesn't have to be a more lowly lonely our existence. He can be actually more. There can be more human connection because the people that you live next to are people you choose to live next because you can place all next to each other so you can create in some sense modern villages they yet they are tied at where y through technology defender that you can hop on an airplane and go anywhere you owned. Then we that you have connection with food and nature so that you can also spend some of your time raising your own food eating way back their stuff than you do from prepackaged crap you buy in the store and so now you have better running through options better food better relationship with nature better time management and places where you leave so you know from architecture down to nutrition e can all be tied together in three different way of leaving. I love it man. You know what you're inspiring me. I think what we should all do is moved to. I don't know French Gan as the place to start a town. Yeah Yeah I that's a ring to it. I like it. Yeah it'd be really cool. We saw gathered together there. We could fly in fly out whenever we one. Well I mean most of us could fly in and fly out. Whenever we wanted. Some people would need to stay but look. I'm looking forward to a new NETFLIX. Show Dan contrast so star. Rena in the war against the sheets mail in Federman Vampires. Tunin right please tune I mean don't you? Listen here's the again. I feel this point in my old age. You don't look I'm a shit smelling fairmont vampire. You know what I be like. I've had meetings. That are unnecessary. And it's just like you know so I don't mean to like we can't Vilnai's anybody in the same way in the beginning we're talking about like look just recognized. We've all been infected with superstition to some degree. There's real things and since quantifiable verifiable things. But then you just got to understand. The odds are pretty good. You've you've got a little bit of a psychic contagion. If you become addicted to office life there have you imagine. That's the best way to do things that's all if you're you know. Shit Smelling Fair Moon. Huffing. Ceo Vampire can easily just have a piffle and realize like. Oh my God like we are guaranteed. They don't necessarily want to be at that office. It's gotTA BE GRUELING. Like insane to know that you're spending most of your time in this office going up and down elevators and having these crazy fucking meetings when you could be at your like you know. These people have like plasma pools of stem cells. They SOAK IN REVERSE AGE. You know they have literal harems. I'm sure they're not necessarily excited about some of them. Fly Helicopters to work. You know what I mean. That's how much they don't want to be in traffic. I'm sure they would be happy to be at their mansions to well. Listen Man I if you know. You're in Ohio. Maybe I'll make that. Oh my gracious. We've all been talking about like the same thing I think everyone in the big cities is having some form of the conversation which is like well. If we can't go you know this stuff is going to stay closed down or if it's going to temporarily open up and then shut down again and we don't know how when that's going to happen and also just you know probably isn't like great for the planet for us to be living here and also why the fuck are we paying so much money for rent you know. I think everyone having this conversation. It's just we gotta figure out like where do we go right? What's the place we go to because that is to me like all that's left for me in? La Stand up is done. If like I can't go out to eat anymore. If everything shutdown that's indefinite or if it's gonNA open up kind of and then shut down again. Is My friends right. You know and so but that is a really that to me is worth way more than any of that other bullshit. That's that's the hard part is thinking. Damn I'M GONNA you're you're you're far away now man. Yeah but at the same time. That's what I like about a place late now. Is that a Yemeni. I'm not because realistically I want to helping occur and come to a late. Takes me about our enough? Which is rallied? Even them much more than typical lake. Traffic Krupp when I'm way closer but there's so much traffic that it takes almost long anyway so I'm like yeah I mean. Do I want to commute from year to Los Angeles everyday? Hell no but you're not gonNA have to exactly but if I don't have to win..

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Generally the boring answer is the right answer at some sad version of items razor which is the least exciting thing is what's happened usually usually right but this is why. I left talking about you because you know historically sometimes that's not the case sometimes historically brilliant people utilize powerful strategy over time to invade to gain power to just take the reins of history and gallop off into their own fucking future. This is not conspiracy theory. This is real. We know it. It's called the American fucking revolution. It happens people gathering the shadows and they say I don't WanNa pay taxes to the fucking England anymore and they have to gather in shadows and do that because if they don't they're going to get arrested and then there's a revolution and so to imagine that people aren't gathering in shadows right now during a time where there is so much economic disparity so much exploitation of workers so much environmental catastrophe and so seemingly little care at all from the world leaders and if they do care it only seems shrill and confused to imagine that during this time. There aren't very intelligent people getting together thinking. Listen I'm sorry I don't want my fucking kids to have to row a boat through sewage to get to school because sea levels have gone up. I don't want my kids to be part of the vast refugee crisis that's going to happen when coastal cities are no longer inhabitable. And so knowing that we're going to have to do something that you know history and judges for it. I'm just saying it's not unprecedented. Why wouldn't people do that? Looney tunes fucking Dumb Ass Nazis. You know they did it because they thought Jews were somehow evil. You know they were that fucking crazy but in this case we're looking at like again. I'm sorry man I don't mean to be on this ramp but you could just see how in the same way like we want. Have faster phones. There's market pressured faster phones. You could see how if the majority of the world's scientists are coming out and saying Oh man this planet. You don't necessarily want to be here in sixty years whether whether that's true or not no matter what you could just see. How if enough people start believing that and they weren't seeing movement on the part of the state to do the things they needed to be done to make sure that our kids aren't going to be living in some fiery swamp. Then I don't know there's some market pressure there for folks to start taking things into their own hands. I'm not saying that's what happened. I get it I completely get it. And he's also interesting when you were mentioning the Jim Jones example. Because you know. In some cases disciple staff is done by very lucid minds. Who HAVE A clear goal? And that's what they want achieve. He neither cases like the Jim Jones and just about every other Colt in historian. Plenty of dictators is a mix of having a plan and kind of getting lost in your own weird mental illness. Where you know you start believing the stuff you make up you know. I had a grandma she would. You know reality was never quite good enough are so she would have to ship our lied right she mid op stuff all the time about things that happen and yeah then but finest was that we teen about five means she would believe it and he was not clear that that made up version of events she just created was reality where that point yes like. Wow okay that changes things a little bit. Because he's not just you are scenically making it because you want achieve something you're also your own first victim and your first victim that's Kirk that's called the Jim Jones is like it's wild because a one and Jim Jones who's one hundred percent sincere in what he was doing and are on the other end. He was just a line manipulate or at the same time. There's a good series by the way. I don't know if you had a chance to check it out. There is a phenomenal podcastone in burial cooper was doing like a multi our series on On the Jim Jones stuff. I can't for the life of me pronounce the name of the podcast life to require sufficient nozzle pronounce it. Mead Monitor made okay. Thank you so yeah he has. He's in the middle of the series where he ties it to the civil rights movement to what was going on with Jim Jones kind of personnel psychology. And all of that and he really give you like suddenly you understand why people are drinking collating. Yana he no suddenly Doesn't seem as insane anymore. Well I mean yeah I mean got it to me. This is the sort of where you you do. End Up veering end to this dark place. Where you you you realize. Oh my God if we truly just entered the realm of pure absurdity. And you know it's like Shit. At least those people were dancing. You know. They were like they only do it for a limited time right because they would die of heart attacks or whatever but you know what happens when you just look like a entire planet of people who are at least prior to this pandemic. They weren't dancing but they were getting in cars and driving to an office where they would sit in a cubicle. Next to a person that they would only see if there were going to use the bathroom or have lunch and they might you know maybe a few times a week they would have meetings where their bodies would all gather together and they would say things that they could easily of just said over a computer and on top of that. There was a superstition attached to it. A kind of religious sentimentality related to their meetings and meeting culture as it's called so that they would stink to themselves. There's no way that this can be as effective if we don't get our physical bodies next to each other and now at least what we're finding is actually. It's still fucking works and I don't to me. I don't know where the voices there needs to be voice of someone being like. Wait a minute so you mean the last fifteen years of my life where I've been driving two hours in in two hours out in thick fucking traffic to get my body next to other bodies that was just a symbolic gesture to satiate some lunatic. Ceos superstitious idea that human bodies need to be next to each other. If we're going to be productive so like all those two hours being away from my family all that shit was completely UN fucking necessary just because some power hungry fucking CEO. It's the same thing believing in witchcraft. Is the same thing believing?.

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"With if you if you have the time you could buy a Webcam and start your own network. You could have segments and shows every day now. The shows are going to be shit but one show could be look at my wall as time passes for an hour and then after look at my wall as time passes for an hour. We're going to see live footage of my dog sleeping. And then after that I'm GonNa come on and talk about my little pony and then after that you could your own network for lit for like with the cost of the computer and the Webcam probably six hundred bucks. This is going to be shitty network. No one's going to watch it but you can do that now. And so that doesn't just stop with that kind of technology which which by the way is just like the power of that is so profound. We talked about that earlier on any body with the mildest bit of imagined. Jim Jones if he had fuck in twitter. Imagine that charisma motherfucker if he had a youtube channel and was able to restrain his. You know insanity enough to convey to people that there was not a potentially murderous messianic lunatic living behind that like rock star face like holy fuck. He could have caused some trouble man. So it's safe to say that at this point we've got a lot of Jim. Jones out there who are like really restraining themselves as they gather their flocks so to speak so but it doesn't just stop with the communication technology and psychic contagion. It literally moves into people's ability to engineer their own fucking viruses. Man What are they called fee? Rive I don't know what the plural of viruses. I'm sorry right so the assumption used to be you know this is being done by people who have massive like if you want to engineer a bio weapon. You need to have massive resources. It might not be like that anymore right and that means that look. I mean think of pita they do. Can THEY DO PSYCHIC WARFARE? All the time think of not just pita any like social movement that has views that some that you know. Maybe you could say the majority sees extreme like they have throughout history people like that have caused massive change to the point where the extreme views no longer seem extreme short and these aren't state entities. These are just clusters of people. Kabul's of people who have shared intent. And so yeah. I think the one of the things that is a little disconcerting as it. I don't know if the assumption that a bio weapon is gonNA is the subject if a bio weapon exists. It's made by State Agency is necessarily. I don't know if that if you can assume that anymore right because samples access to technology. The game has changed. Meaning that you know so you know this is where you run into the future of a society which is that increasingly smaller factions of people with extreme viewpoints for better or for worse have access to more powerful technology and have the ability to potentially shut the entire planet down and during that shutdown disseminate ideas that prior to the shutdown might have seemed extreme. You know what I'm saying. Okay and if we know historically that this does happen This does happen. Look at fucking. I'm sorry I've just been watching this creepy. S documentary on Netflix about the Nazis. And look at what happened to the Great Depression. The Great Depression happens and that's when they made their move and you know what I mean. It's it's not what I'm saying. I'm not like Alex Jones over here. It's like this historic precedent for these types of events to happen throughout history. I'm sure you're aware of a million more than I am. No No of course. That's one of the funniest things about the so called conspiracy theories that jazz because ninety percent of conspiracy theories are bat. Shit crazy doesn't mean they all are then you know that there are others that are one hundred percent. And that's what Constantine. Macy complicate and because by definition conspiracies are secret. So you know you have to Degaulle through some limited evidence to try to figure out which one is the real one and of course people sometimes Karen little too far with the evidence and make up stuff. That's not there but at the same time there's also staff there really does happen. And so that's what makes it complicated address because it sound outlandish doesn't mean either way you know it doesn't mean it's the real deal just because governments have fuxing or government as you say right now because that the game has changed but like jazz because there have been things like that doesn't mean that they are all through and vice versa jess because most of them are crap doesn't mean they all are and and that's what makes it at business but then of course then you get the exactly the Alex Jones kind of thing whereas like I realized that there is an audience for these. And I'm just GONNA run with every single one I ever year and they'll make up a few on the way because my bills right. Yeah or I don't I honestly. I don't think Alex Jones I think for him. You know I think like you know you can. You could just end up. There's a slippery slope. I think that happens to a person. If you're not careful happened has happened to me before where you foresake logic and you know you become you let your sort of the your northstar become your passion or what you think of as you're infallible. Fear based instinct your and a general distrust of humanity. And then you get this dark confirmation buys that takes you down the slippery slope and the next thing you know you think that people who running the show can turn themselves into lizards and you really believe that once you then then the next thing you know. You're like what listen. Let me tell you if I saw fucking Joe Biden turn himself into a lizard. You better believe that's all I talk about from now on. I would not hope back changed the name of my podcast. Biden's Lizard and I would just say I saw. I don't care I saw happen. There are fucking lizard people out there but the symbolically. Maybe I could understand that but I don't think literally a happens that being said I'm not I feel like I'm doing my own form of fearmongering right here. I don't know what the fuck is happening with. This pandemic I have found. Generally the boring answer is the right answer at some sad version of items razor which is the least exciting thing is what's happened usually.

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Mr Bolelli Welcome back to the D. F age tell me how is life in Ohio? I know you've made. Did you relocate before the pandemic or during the pandemic right because it started as they started closing everything down? I'm like okay reading. Nothing left for me to win a lay. 'cause you know my teaching job. Everything went line. My daughter school world. There is no school she does stuff online. I'm like okay. Why are we lay again? Okay let's motorway done. Jesus Christ. That's so decisive. Yup I felt like you know what might as well. Let's get out of the. We wanted to be done anyway. You know we were going to move in June and I was back I don't know. Apd like us or late March something like that and so we were like might as well. Let's go enjoy. Let's go go for a new house. Let's enjoy and see what's up. I've heard that in Ohi- no one's paying attention to any of the rules. Is that not true? I've heard that in the face. No one's really wearing face masks that you can go to cafe and sit there right. Things are opened up. There is that a is that true until the other day. They were still pretty stricter just this past week and things have changed and it seems like people have just done complete one eighty and so. Yeah they are running around. And you see face masks and all of that. How do you feel about that man? It's one of I really don't know you know I find it funny. That people seem to have super strong opinions on these. The spy defended the evidence to me seems really limited to say the least. So I'm like you know what for one second. I'm cool with not having a strong opinion which not being sure of what the right thing to do is because because honestly I don't fully understand the whole corona virus thing. You know I I understand. Yeah it's not the black plague I also understand. It's not the flu I DuNno. I rather play safe rather than not but honestly I find it I'm actually amazed I'll match. People seem to have really strong opinion over. Something rather complicated. Well you know. It's a really interesting time in history. I think because we're still so stuck in the material universe that we don't even talk about psychic pandemics psychic contagion short and everything has to have a material basis to it. Even though young talked about it and I'm sure you could probably tell me about recorded times in history where hysteria swept through the land. That didn't even seem to have a connection to virus. It didn't aren't there. Documented cases of this is wound up. I just did an episode of the seeing for history fired at Sei in fifty nine fifteen fifteen eighteen in Strasbourg border between Germany and France but known as the dancing plague where one lady just walks out in the street and start dancing his. Okay not a big deal. Except that she keeps going and going and going until she passes out and then she wakes up and Blake. Okay so she's GonNa tell us what's up but she started dancing again until she passes out and it becomes clearly. These is not something that she's doing for fun. Our feet are bleeding. She's completely in another state of consciousness. And Okay it's disturbing but it's one lady except that after he become twenty people in town and then fifty then two hundred and then four and and they start dying because they dance themselves into a heart attack and so he's one of the three pissing so history that nobody really knows what the Hell eappen. There's no to this day. No one's sure it just suddenly. It isn't that I might be getting these confused. Is that the one where they think that it could be that. They had infected wheat or something they that was. That was one of the theories but it doesn't quite add up because for one usually doesn't make you dance for days on end unless you keep consuming it and even then the dancing pirate is not necessarily what feet also. It was the wrong season of the year in terms of when the fungus would grow on the week. So you know it's clearly something is off. And but no you know they say mass hysteria. But you okay. My sister is not an explanation is just describing. What's happening but he's not really telling US why. So else you can look. I think it functions in a way that is really similar to the spread of disease. Right there's a transmission that happens through some form of contact in that case it had to be you know physical contact right like it wasn't the people heard about this dancing plague and other places and started dancing. You need to be in the presence of it to be pulled into whatever that was right. Yeah that's one of the things that's funny to that the town government because they are in light and fifty nine that it's people they are like those backward guys for them to thirty nine when they need. Shall we say oh these must be demonic possession on the town garments no known all we believe in science nowadays superstation and the doctor stylized that tees Hotlanta and the way to Garrido hot blood east to physical exertion so yet make them dance and keep going so we hire musicians we just so they get. He thought of their system. And then you realize `oh them it's not working. These guys are like flies musicians. Yes and so they start putting musicians all over the town all over town public places to kind of encourage these guys to keep dancing and dance to get out of their system so they there was some kind of state enabling of this hysteria and then they realize all them we messed up is actually killing them radioed and Alpine them so we do the opposite we ban. Old Music. Nobody's allowed to play music anywhere in town now and so they basically are throwing every seemed that sticks and trying to see what works and and the problem is that nothing's working and so that's what What about restraining people? What about grabbing them and Tang them up so they can't dance anymore. Yeah they seem to be like twitching and stuff so eventually what they do is they. Take them the survivors. They take them to the shrine Alpha. Sing vitals because that's where the terms invite vitals dance come from have these like compulsive dancing. There was supposed to be associated with the saint and they take them to the same theme the sources styles that some people after they're recovered and others did not but they don't tell us what happened to the weather did not. They kept dancing baby dancing to this day. Exactly this okay..

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"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"daniele" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Get ready if you don't want it if you feel like you've been you're sick of having the vulture vomit of the mainstream media and the fucking rancid news that we're all being puget putrefying right now. Just skip ahead a little bit. I get it I understand. You don't want to hear another fucking comic decided to become political. I'm so sorry to be part of it but this is the revelation that I've had which is the. Don't say anything if I ignore it no matter that means that. I'm siding with the same forces that are allowing people like that rancid murderous piece of shit horror cop who executed George Floyd on the street to continue to exist so also that being said I wanna I wanNA acknowledge that I have not experienced the level of oppression that people of color and minorities have experienced in their lives but holy Shit. I'm angry. I'm angry this pissed me off. I don't WanNa be angry. I'm Jay I have a problem with anger. I don't like the way it feels. I'm disturbed by this. I'm angry and I'm fucking angry. Can you imagine how angry people in Minneapolis people of Color and minorities? Who have had to deal with this in their minds for their whole lives must feel having witnessed a three day span of time in between a street execution and the execution being arrested. I don't think it's possible even imagine that so anyway. I don't I think there's a lot of if you want to hear some brilliant articulate young people talking about why they're incinerating buildings in Minneapolis. Right now go to Unicorn Riot. The live streams are up there amazing. And you'll find some comfort in the fact that these people as much is the president. Wants you to think they're thugs. They're not thugs. They're not thugs. They're young people who are risking their lives to send a message. Which is you can't do that anymore. And I don't I don't know if there's really anything I don't know arresting that cop is GonNa do the trick. I don't know that just an arrest like that is going to make up for for. I mean I don't think anything can. That's a scary thing I mean. How do you watch? Cnn reporter get arrested on the street for standing in the wrong place. While you're watching this happen no that the cop that publicly executed a man is sitting in his fucking house surrounded by police protecting him. What message does that send? It doesn't matter if after burning half Minneapolis down the state arrests. This person. There's no purple by the way as far as I'm aware no video of it you don't even get that they're not even gonNA give that they're not even gonNA give us that at least show him in handcuffs being pushed into a fucking car like they did with. Julian assange not even that. I don't know man I just. This is the main thing that we're going to dive into this park. Danielle Bill Elliott. Just want all the activist in Minneapolis. And wherever you happen to know that I'm watching you you have definitely impacted me. You have definitely influenced me. What you're doing is not and I think you know some absurd waving of your waving a waving into the air and the face of the void. I want you to know that is not what you're doing the while you're doing and what. Unicorn riot is doing. And what all the people who are working really hard to get the voices of the people who are the activists out into the world is really changing people and whacking people. Back up and reminding people I forgot some stuff. I'm in a very comfortable position and it's easy to get a kind of spiritual atrophy to know that I support you for. What is whatever that's worth because I honestly it ain't worth much but I support you. I'm watching my family as watching. And thank you for risking your life so that some kind of justice in the world can happen. Okay that's it. That's my fucking soapbox my high road. I'm so sorry everybody look. I don't I'm not GONNA to. I don't want to do that. I don't WanNa do that. Because it's just you know it's somewhat embarrassing and feels. I don't know in or something like that but fuck you should do it too. I don't care if it's embarrassing and indulgent actually. I'm sick of those voices in my head that tell me not to do that. It feels like that. Is they like the people who WanNa put who feel okay putting a knee on. Someone's neck and suffocating them would love for you to not talk about. It would love for you to not voice horror. Witnessing thing like that and more than anything they would love for you to be more horrified than people carrying lamps out of a target than by the public execution man on the street who is calling for his mom. Just keep that in. Mind if you're one of those people out there like getting that feeling that you want to tweet about how dishonoring someone who was publicly executed by burning down a target. No that that. Just think for a second about what you're doing because if you haven't said anything before that about the fact that someone was publicly executed the don't raise your voice and protection of target okay. I'm done I'm done. How do you commissioner just had to get it out? I warned you about the rent I did it. I'm done. Thank you Unicorn Riot. Hope you're safe out there. Come on the PODCAST. Got A great great great episode few today Historian Martial Artist and all around beautiful..

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Catholic institutions divest from fossil fuels

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Catholic institutions divest from fossil fuels

"This year marks the five year anniversary of Pope Francis Encyclical on the environment and human ecology in his letter. The pope called for bold climate action and move away from fossil fuels. The cool coming from Catholic leadership is clear Daniele Amaury is with the Global Catholic climate movement a coalition committed to implementing the actions. Pope Francis called for the group is pushing Catholic organizations to take moral and financial stand on climate change by ending their investments in fossil fuels fin. Amaury says that more than one hundred and fifty Catholic institutions including banks universities and foundations have pledged to divest from fossil fuels and they're making their commitments public to inspire others to take similar moral stamp. It is very important that situation. The stink made their commitment public. Because in this way came provide an example they can redefine the moral code of the societies and stigmatize the fossil fuel system and create a sort of moral turning point within society pressuring political leaders to address some issues that they had previously avoided

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Atalanta vs Fiorentina suspended for three minutes after racist abuse directed at defender Dalbert

ESPN FC

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Atalanta vs Fiorentina suspended for three minutes after racist abuse directed at defender Dalbert

"Checking in Italy again where I'm sure things are just fine. Atlanta's two two draw with Fiorentina on Sunday was suspended briefly during the first half Jew to chance aimed at d'albert however the Italian League's George organised on Monday that he is yet to decide whether Atalanta warrants a punishment judge Geraldo Master Andrea said in his weekly disciplinary report but Donald Burt needs to be interviewed before his decision is made following three step process for handing racism inside stadiums referee Daniele are SRA are subtle ordered warning to be read over the stadiums loudspeaker that the match would not resume until the chance ceased the fee for process requires a referee to briefly pause a match at the first hint of discriminatory chance request an announcement over the stadium's public address arrest asking fans to stop. If the chanting persists the referee can suspend the match an ordered the teams into the changing rooms until it stops. If that doesn't work doc the referee can stop the match definitively while the fee for process is straightforward. It has rarely been implemented in Syria. Oh it has I don't. I don't mean to laugh but that is. Just you know I felt really tackling this problem with authority. I mean if Donald Albert has been racially abuse which he has the fact that he must then be interviewed before a decision can be made is is just so weak that I can't even tell you. The referee stopped the game for a reason the evidence is there act why put the guy through the trauma again why interrupt his playing career to drag him in front of George to interview him. How `bout you drag like some of the neanderthals making those noises in front of a judge formula but hate crimes. I YEP anyway. I I just WANNA say at some point we will have to stop checking in with Italy because nothing good is happening. No certainly not in the stands. It doesn't feel that way right

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Atalanta vs Fiorentina suspended for three minutes after racist abuse directed at defender Dalbert

Caught Offside

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Atalanta vs Fiorentina suspended for three minutes after racist abuse directed at defender Dalbert

"Cowardice is from the Associated Press. We're checking in Italy again where I'm sure things are just fine. Atlanta's two two draw with Fiorentina on Sunday was suspended briefly during the first half Jew to chance aimed at d'albert however the Italian League's George Oh Jones on Monday that he is yet to decide whether Atalanta warrants a punishment judge Geraldo Master Andrea said in his weekly disciplinary report but Donald Burt needs to be interviewed before his decision is made following three step process for handing racism inside stadiums referee Daniele are SRA are subtle ordered warning to be read over the stadiums loudspeaker that the match would not resume until the chance ceased the fee for process requires a referee to briefly pause a match at the first hint of discriminatory chance request an announcement over the stadium's public address arrest asking fans to stop. If the chanting persists the referee can suspend the match an ordered the teams into the changing rooms until it stops. If that doesn't work doc the referee can stop the match definitively while the fee for process is straightforward. It has rarely been implemented in Syria. Oh it has I don't. I don't mean to laugh but that is. Just you know I felt really tackling this problem with authority. I mean if Donald Albert has been racially abuse which he has the fact that he must then be interviewed before a decision can be made is is just so weak that I can't even tell you. The referee stopped the game for a reason the evidence is there act why put the guy through the trauma again why interrupt his playing career to drag him in front of George to interview him. How `bout you drag like some of the neanderthals making those noises in front of a judge formula but hate crimes.

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Second Israeli Election Shows No Clear Winner

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:45 min | 2 years ago

Second Israeli Election Shows No Clear Winner

"Results for the country's country's second election in six months which took place yesterday so far show no signs of a clear winner current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yeah who off the Lakers policians rival Ben Against of the century St- blue and white opposition party look to be neck and neck according to polls yesterday day Daniel Appellate join us to tell us where all this might be going. She's back today to continue to try and help us work. That's out one facing seems clear. It'll be going slowly so Daniele. What's the latest well the latest is that the the way the votes of lander is not that dissimilar to what happened in April once again? It seems that Abdul Lieberman will once again be the kingmaker in April he refuse to sit in government unless the ultra Orthodox were forced to serve in the army this perennial one of the perennial themes of Israeli politics takes and it looks like I think he has nine seats right now. It looks like he will be in a similar position. Logically you might look at the the way the numbers rack up because of cushion Israel doesn't matter who wins who becomes the largest party at Hugh can form a coalition you would think that Likud and the blue white posse could it's with another couple of centuries. Even Center left Parties Form Coalition. That seems very unlikely. I don't see Netanyahu agreeing to serve in a government l. From last he's prime minister similar leap any counts once the the top job but just how the numbers will work. How is really anybody's guess housing -nificant is this election results for the Middle East more widely what you think so well I guess it depends and how it turns out? I mean at the moment we have a stalemate clearly. If the coalition building process were to be a bit more radical and involve the Arab Israeli parties in the joint list it might look very different but there seems to be very little chance chance of that so one assumes that the coalition building process will be more or less business as usual we have a very similar story in Spain of course and it seems we get into this endless cycle of elections that are unable to break the empath Daniela. What does Benjamin Netanyahu's position look no? Let's remember that he called a snap election in April because he failed to form a coalition. What do you think he's thinking now? He's gamble did not pay off and various various tactics used to try and ensure that he would get a larger part of the vote for instances usual warnings about Arabs turning out now and the falsifying elections actually leads much higher our turnout in these elections rather desperate measures by saying that he was going to declare sovereignty over the settlements in the settlement blocks that in particular eight were either and his his colleagues in in Likud. I'm sure now a scenting weakness and thinking. How can we get rid of him? I'm actually play a part in in the next government but I think it raises a very good point which I think says quite low about the state of Israeli Moxie the moment we have the third largest party in the Knesset the the joint list the party or coalition which represents the political interest of a full twenty percent of the population and it's absolutely I quote absurd for Israeli politicians to think of forming a coalition elation ahead of the elections. Everyone ruled out. We've seen as loveable so that really says something about where we are in terms of representative democracy and the other thing that we can notice how where Israeli democracy has gone for the last ten fifteen years ten fifteen years ago I've seen and and what he described as far right his politics were seen as slightly outside the consensus and really extreme now is the centrist of the center on again the the guy who's going to be making the decisions and the election so the results will be will be clear hopefully later today. What what do you think about this final question for for you? Are we going to see another election anytime soon. Well it's very likely the next one what they won't be for before January or February and the joke going around. I'll say issue is really social. Media is that you know you get the day off the election in Israel and it's not gonna be beach weather. I think people are upset about that. Can I just add one thing I mean the shadow of US politics hangs very heavy over Israeli politics and clearly as long as donald trump is in the White House it's very difficult to see a big change there but of course there is an election in the US in just over a year towing worthy Democrats to win it with the progressive candidate. I think is really politics might start to look quite different degree Daniela well. I mean I think we we we look at Israel Palestine in exactly those terms from the occupation Palestinian dependence the problem is the incentive is internal Israeli politics. It really doesn't feature anymore. The majority of Israelis from right to left center Zantac think the occupation as a necessary eat rosary evil perhaps can be made a little bit better but do not see a solution with the sovereign in Palestine as the angle well. Let's continue now to the

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Can tech help protect aging brains from online scams?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:33 min | 2 years ago

Can tech help protect aging brains from online scams?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And Beilin ovo your systems are managed your devices secured, and your company's data is protected. Why because I t is what you do. And because being a difference maker is who you are. To learn more about the ways Lenovo is making a difference for IT professionals. Visit Novo dot com slash Ambi. Powered by Intel core, I seven processors. Everyone can get tricked by a spam Email or an online phishing attack. But older people are especially vulnerable from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. We're all being hit constantly with spam, callers online, phishing attacks scams and other fraud attempts. But there's medical evidence that otherwise healthy older, people might become more vulnerable to these attacks. My colleague David Brancaccio, host of the marketplace morning report has been reporting on how our defenses get weaker as our brains age. He said some researchers are figuring out how technology is used to scam people, and how that same tech could be used to protect them and just spoke with a researcher at the university of Florida Natalie eb ner from the department of psychology there. She and her collaborator, Daniele Oliveira, a computer engineering. Professor wanna know who is especially susceptible to scams, and who is not they sign up older. People I study put in a special browser on their stuff and then sneaky, researchers they creep in fake phishing emails to their tests subjects and the track who falls for the fake scams. Here's Dr EDNA. And almost majority of our sample forty three percent fail for those phishing emails, this included young and older diets, but it was, especially the older women who showed a particular vulnerability to those phishing emails, and most importantly, what we thought was that there was very little awareness of the risks that's terrifying. So they turned out to be vulnerable, but did not think that they were vulnerable and then tell me more about this forty-three percent. The people who fell for this, the most is the key. Right. Who might be extra susceptible so that we can help them protect themselves. It's not really their general health. It's not just the older. You get one interesting finding here older people with what researchers called negative affect where extra susceptible to online scam. So what's that mean? Well, they tested to see if people were having a bad day. Those are the people who seem to be prone to falling victim to these online scams. The people saying, oh, what a beautiful morning were more immune to tell. Me more about Dr Abner is research. It sounds like this is developing toward potentially a product that could help people, right? Yeah. Here's Dr Ed Moore again on a future. Product FDA is to use trophy information about the computer USA, combined this with information. We have about fraud indicators in emails, like how dangerous is an Email? What kind of techniques does it use, and combine this, in a tool, which we plan to call Marlin Merlin, the magician who serves the king would serve you. Maybe in a couple years. They're working on, perhaps a browser plug in which learns your deal, and then flag sketchy stuff with highlights could be bigger font. Suddenly or alarms go off way beyond what we currently consider spam filters David Brancaccio host, the marketplace morning report, you can find his coverage, and practical tips for protecting yourself from online scams, at our website, marketplace dot org and David has a one hour special brains and losses. The bottom line on aging and financial vulnerability, and that will be airing on public radio stations nationwide in the coming days. And now for some related links. You heard us talking there about the idea of cybersecurity product that could potentially detect fraud or phishing, attempts and warn people. Well David, and I had a little chuckle about how everybody I'm marketplace spent something like four hours doing cybersecurity training here at work, and we would all love browser plug in instead. Hey boss, but the fact is anyone can fall for these attempts and cybersecurity threats are getting way, more sophisticated and comment. This city of Baltimore has been struggling to recover from a ransomware attack almost two weeks ago. Hackers took control of city services, like utilities payment systems, Valence cameras real estate processing, and on and on and refused to release them unless the city paid a ransom most of the time attacks. Like these are the result of a successful phishing scam for social engineering. A report in wired said this week that both the democratic and. Publican national committee's still have major cybersecurity issues, and so do European political parties on Tuesday, a school in Ohio, had to send all its students home, because of a malware infection that crippled the school's technology Salesforce had the worst outage in its history late last week. You're getting the picture here in some ways, we're all losing the battle against hackers and over in Washington. The department of homeland security is apparently asking some of its cybersecurity employee's to volunteer to relocate to the US Mexico border to deal with border security. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN Carolina in Brooklyn. New York wrote to tell us, she's a longtime fan of marketplace tech and appreciates the content and the mission. Thanks Caroline to join her in keeping marketplace tech going strong donate online today at marketplace dot org, and thanks to Carolina, and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by with Sabi hot cloud storage, thinking about moving your data storage to the cloud with saw the enterprise class. Cloud storage, at a fifth of the price of Amazon S three and up to six times faster with no hidden fees for egress or API requests, who saw these low cost high speed fully secure storage blows away the competition, including Google, Microsoft distribution starts here. 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Kid Climate Educators Open Adult Eyes

60-Second Science

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Kid Climate Educators Open Adult Eyes

"This is scientific Americans. Sixty seconds signs. I'm Adam Levy. Avoiding the west affects of climate change will require action. But it's hard to take action. When you don't even know there's a problem around the world only half of adults understand that humans causing crime it change through activities that produce greenhouse gases, but the picture is different for kids. Previous work has shown that children are more engaged and more knowledgeable than adults about climate change. The question is can this be honest to make a difference? We come across this idea that kids are capable influencing their parents. And when we say influence really mean just teaching them Daniele Lawson a social scientist at NC state university. That's what we set out to really investigate. Can we design things in such a way that kids are able to teach their parents about climate change? And because of the fact that it's someone's child seeking them instead of just a adult on the street or a different climate communicator, our parents willing able. To listen to their children to test idea Lawson setup wildlife based climate costs for kids, this approach was based on previous courses. But the team added a twist involving the parents first parents were invited to come along turn event formed apart of the course, and that's not all so we also had students interviewed their parents. And this interview never mentioned climate change, the civically, but it had questions like how have you seen the leather change over the last five to ten years. Do you believe the sea levels rising? How do you think that could impact our communities? The study showed that the coolest did indeed increase concern about climate change, not just among the kids, but that parents to and though was some surprising findings in the results this process of children teaching their parents, it really was most effective among those parents who were previously the least he -cerned about climate change. So that was conserve. Tive and fathers. And then what was also really exciting was that the treatment was particularly effective if the child that was doing the teaching was a daughter the study is in the journal nature climate change, these findings come into time when more kids becoming climate activists and Lawson says her study shows just how persuasive young people's voices can be kids are really powerful. They are having an impact, you know. They are taking over the news. They're not letting us not talk about the issue. It makes me really excited to see how much of an impact kids can have. And I think kids can just have the power to bring us together. In a way that we haven't seen yet when it comes to climate change. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Adam Levy.

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Boeing Slow To 'Own' Recent Air Disasters, Analysts Say

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Boeing Slow To 'Own' Recent Air Disasters, Analysts Say

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from American pest as the leading provider of safe sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business. From menacing pests. Visit them today at American pest dot net. Two crashes of Boeing seven thirty sevens. Leave behind a follow up question. What took the airplane maker so long to acknowledge a problem? The aviation system depends on self reporting regulators encourage companies to acknowledge problems working to ensure they have incentive to keep their own business, exceedingly safe and gross. Danielle Chesler reports on some incentives that seemed to encourage bowing to keep quiet when an Indonesian lion air jet plunged into the Java sea and Tober twenty-ninth Boeing issued a statement extending our heartfelt sympathies to the families of the one hundred eighty nine victims. It said initial investigation showed the downed plane had faulty data from sensor, but Boeing also said this. Same plane flew with the same faulty sensor day before and a different crew managed to keep control. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a professor at the Yale school of management says Boeing's response bordered on pointing a finger at pilots overseas. There's a question as to whether or not the pilots followed the right routines initially, and if they were properly trained Boeing put out a bulletin on what to do in case of a faulty sensor. It did not mention that the sensor feeds automated flight control software called m s that was suspected of forcing the plane into a nosedive the FAA certified the seven thirty seven max to fly without requiring pilots to train on or even to know about M S. And then it was business as usual orders. Kept pouring in for the 737 max, the fastest selling jet in Boeing's history until March tenth when a seven thirty seven max flown by Ethiopian Airlines crashed with one hundred fifty seven casualties over the next two days. Authorities from China too. A Europe grounded the plane, but in the US Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg announced that it was developing an update to its m software and that the FAA did not require any further action and Moen Berg even called the White House to say there was no data to support. Grounding the planes Eric Bernstein, vice president of California based Bernstein crisis management. You don't want to say something that is then translated in a court of law as an admission of guilt Bernstein says he thinks Boeing maintain this stance for financial reasons. I would assume that they were selling those planes up to the day, they got grounded or at least attempting to their keeping business partners and investors from being spooked. Boeing says it was not avoiding responsibility. But rather waiting for the facts to emerge? Richard Levick CEO of the Levick communications firm in DC says its response did not go over. Well, they weren't personal. They weren't empathetic. They were speaking like engineers, and they weren't very visible. On March thirteenth three days. After the second crash. The US did ground the planes saying it had new information and shortly after muhlenberg recorded his first video message about the crash. We're taking action to fully reassure airlines and their passengers of the safety of the seven thirty seven max, but he's still tiptoed around what caused the crashes the turning point was when he THEO paean authorities released a preliminary report on April, fourth transportation Minister, Doug, Maui. Mogas said the pilots had followed Boeing's directions that cruel perform age on the procedures. Piddly provided by the manufacturer, but was not able to control than crops. This is where Mullen Burg's public posture shifted in a carefully worded message. He knowledged that M S had added extra risk to the cockpit. It's our responsibility to eliminate this risk we own it. And we know how to do it we own it has since become a catchphrase for Boeing muhlenberg repeated it last week when he spoke at the George W Bush presidential center in Dallas. Frankly, these last few weeks have been the most heart-wrenching of my career. It was a safe audience Boeing has donated millions to the George W Bush institute and Monberg didn't take questions Bernstein says owning the problem was a first step toward connecting with the public. And I think that opens them up to really get a lot more compassionate with their communication. There is a downside. Houston attorney. No me Hassan is suing Boeing for negligence on behalf of a victim. Family. He says Mullen Burg's comments give his case ammunition this admission I think helps us clear the hurdle of negligence. Boeing must get it software fix and extra pilot training approved to get its planes back in the air. Once that's done. The new transparency will help convince passengers that the seven thirty seven max is safe to fly Daniele Chaz low NPR news support for NPR comes from investor dot gov. Presenting this message when it comes to investing. We all have questions and investor dot gov has answers, it's your free resource for tools. Tips and information about investing before you. Invest investor dot gov.

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What Airline Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 8 Crash

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:11 min | 2 years ago

What Airline Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 8 Crash

"Aviation accidents are almost always complicated, and it can take months or usually longer to figure out what actually happened. And why? So while we wait for the specifics of Ethiopian flight three oh to to become more clear. There are some very real concerns being raised by would be travelers and airlines about the aircraft involve as you know, it's the newest Boeing plane the seven thirty-seven max eight the same model that crashed in Indonesia late last year, south west an American or among the US carriers that fly at marketplace marrow. Sagarra looks at what this crash might mean for them when Stephanie Johnny heard about the thean airlines crash. She thought about her daughter Juliet who's about to fly to Thailand, I sent her Texas morning thing. Juliette? If you're a need to find out what kind of plane, you're flying to Beijing. And then Thailand because if it's a seven thirty seven max. Changing your fight by Yanni is fifty three and lives in DC. She owns an active wear company and travels a lot for work. Now. One more thing to do check. What kind of a plan you're on? It's not clear yet why the airlines flight crashed on Sunday. Or if there is any problem with the Boeing seven thirty-seven, max eight and regulators like the FAA will be looking into this Daniele Quincy Chiku is an aviation professor at the university of North Dakota. We jump at this point, we hugest wheat, whatever instigate this to come up with the commend issues. B's don't sucks. The US airlines that fly the plane southwest in American say they stand behind the safety of their fleets including the seven thirty seven max eight, but travelers are getting nervous. American Airlines says it won't be waiving. It's changed fees for customers who refuse to fly on the jet southwest wouldn't disclose its policy Richard Obolov via an aviator. Analyst at the teal group says any cancellations probably won't have a huge affect on the airlines there are only three hundred fifty of these planes in the world. American Airlines has twenty four south west has thirty four. Ruin away small number. So they're not gonna lose business. I mean, just because of the relatively small number fight service by these jets Stephanie body, I need by the way was relieved to hear that her daughter will not be flying to Thailand on the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight I'm maryelle Sagarra for marketplace. One of the reasons the crash of flight three, oh two has led to so much international concern about the max aid is that if the opium airlines isn't some small budget airline. It's big it's well respected into an international carrier with a history that goes back to the end of the second World War as marketplace. Ben Bradford reports it is also arguably the most significant company in the horn of Africa, both economically and culturally in the US. The president doesn't typically show up for an airport opening a new terminal, but that's what happened in Ethiopia in January. People celebrated as prime minister, a b m cut the ribbon on the new international terminal at the bully airport in the country's capital Addison baba expanding Ethiopian Airlines hub to about the size of Dole's airport outside Washington DC. Is ABI linked. The airport's expansion without of Ethiopia's economy praising it saying the country still has far to go. If yoga was sub Saharan Africa's fastest growing economy last year. It's trying to drive that growth through state investment, and the airline is its crown jewel analyst Craig Jenks lichens Ethiopian incised to Canada's westjet, it is widely regarded as a well run a well-managed well operated company, the company's passenger count has quadrupled over the past decade is over a hundred international routes and its revenue is a quivalent almost five percent of Ethiopia's entire GDP. Economist Dubna lemme at the university of Massachusetts says via Skype that it's not just the country's economy. But it's national pride that's tied up in the airline. It's something happened. Something like, this is not considered just us. Some accidents happen on some company. It's considered as the symbol of the country. After yesterday's crash Ethiopia's parliament immediately declared a national day of mourning.

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Italy bridge was vulnerable before collapse, experts say

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:16 min | 3 years ago

Italy bridge was vulnerable before collapse, experts say

"Dozens of people died yesterday in a bridge. Collapse in Genoa raising questions about the safety of Italy's infrastructure. The Morandi bridge was half a century old and it's maintenance costs were so high that some experts had suggested it should be demolished and replaced transport minister, Daniele Tony Nelly said those responsible for the disaster would pay, but in a case like this who should be held accountable and what are the ramifications for the country, Georgia Orlando as a political journalist in Rome, Georgia? How is this being viewed in the moment in Italy as as a tragedy or scandal? Good morning. Well, very good. Question war. It seems to be a tragedy is now turning into political debate. And fortunately, a, we know that all sold the main sources from president Matra to the prime minister. Also motto Savini, Dana. Now are speaking, of course there are with the victims and the families of the victims, but now they're speaking about the necessity of finding those who are responsible. Now it's very unclear who are the responsible for what happened. Of course, everyone knows especially in the community in the general community, local resident's association and groups that are schools. These bridge balls posing a mate. Joe threat to the people knew that saints the late nineties. It has been on the maintainance all the way through because the time it was contained was conceived to between a nine hundred sixty three ninety six seven, of course, even more on the himself. The engineer knew that this bridge wouldn't have lasted long. It's always the problem, isn't it in the aftermath of an event disaster like this, that the, you know, straight away instead of looking soberly. People look at a two is to blame. Now. The have been some on the opposition side in in Italy have been rebuking the transport minister for saying that people would have to be held responsible have to pay for this saying, you know, he's he's playing politics. When in as as a matter of fact, sober reflection investigation is what's needed. Yeah, indeed, it's very interesting how the end Feis stall in particularly as come under criticism. We know that back at the beginning of two thousand was to create an alternative route to the Moran. The bridge, not only of course to help manage the Mosul way net the traffic around the area, but also to try and prevent these preach from being used by heavy vehicles. Of course, as I was saying, it was conceived in the sixties and the traffic patterns changed over the years that time the women. So many have vehicles using this bridge and you can only imagine being the only connection, but only between two thousand general, but also between easily and France. You can only imagine how many people hundreds of thousands of maturity of communities where

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