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Lindor, Marte shine as Mets back Bassitt to win home opener
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"davies" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Your words, nothing with that. They lose that fear factor. Any time you have a player, excuse me. I like afonso Davies. You've got to prepare for an Alfonso Davies. The explosion of Alfonso Davies, the creativity that dynamic, the directness, the way you can hurt you, the way he can make others be better. A Kyle Larry is better with Alfonso Davies. Jonathan David is better with the fonzo Davies. Canada, without Alfonso Davies, maybe he doesn't even play in a four three three. Maybe they go to a two two and implement Jonathan David collar at the same time. It changed the dynamic for a lot. And I'm not so sure if Mexico did a good job with them because Mexico tried to keep them obeyed but he was still so dangerous. There were still so hesitant to come out and really go flying against a team like Canada because they're so aggressive on the counter because of players like afonso Davies and listen. You know what it's like. This is the most important player in Concacaf. Anytime you lose him and I don't care if you're playing against a 7th and 8th team in concave and this ocho, you still have a 6 point game against the U.S. into 6 point game. It's an opportunity to take away not only not only get yourself three points but take away three from direct opposition. Look, they still got guys that can scare you the continue back at tajja Buchanan. Look, I've been hearing a lot of my comments about Jonathan David that I had him on 8 or 9 in my top ten of Concacaf players. Here's the moment. Here's the moment. These three games, Jonathan David's moment to jump into that into that top 5 football I made against top ten concomitant goal score on that team. Let's move from the Canadian national team to the Mexican national team. With a big, big Monday night in Syria two goals for Napoli in a two zero victory over Bologna.
"davies" Discussed on Code Story
"This is code story. The podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries. Who share in the critical moments of what it takes to change an industry and build and lead. A team that has your back. I'm your host, no a lab part. And today how Lydia Davies built the best way for her community to see who else is down to golf. All this and more on code story. Lydia Davies is from the UK originally, but she has lived all over the world. She was actually born in Thailand and lived in Southeast Asia, Singapore, Alaska, the Middle East, and now is in Houston, Texas. She's always been into sports, playing, supporting, et cetera. When she was 16 years old, she signed on to a music label as a singer in a pianist, traveling around the world to perform. When she left the music industry, she got really into tech. As she opened her performing arts academy, she ended up building her own website and app for the business. During COVID in 2020, she started creating a framework for a golf app for her and her husband to find people to play golf with. She wanted the app to have mechanics like a dating app with a social aspect to see who was down to play some golf. Worldwide. This is the creation story of teammates. Teammates is a gulf app. It connects golfers worldwide. The main feature of it is being able to post two times and then searching for golfers in your area. It works on location based. So if I set up a tee time that my local muni, it will show me and I have person fight teammates that will show me everyone in my area. So I can then invite them and they get a notification and they can accept or decline. It also has a full social networking newsfeed as well as a marketplace where each user can set up their own store, sell newer use golf equipment or trade equipment. So yeah, it's really about getting the community of golfers together and it's the sport has grown exponentially in the last year, really since COVID started. And it's really just becoming. It's almost becoming a trendy thing to do, which I love. And there's lots of more females getting into it and youth getting into it and golfers really have a good connection with each other and it's such a fun day out. I created it because my husband traveling and playing alone. He's a very social person and likes to chat to people. So I did it with him in mind, particularly as well as myself not being able to find enough females in my area to play with. And we really both having lived up being living overseas for most of our lives. The community feel is really important to us. And I think linking people through sports is a really great icebreaker and a good way of people getting new friends and getting to know each other. And maybe spending time with people that you wouldn't think that you would like, but then you do end up really enjoying their company and just sharing a passion for the sport. Let's dive into the MVP so that first product you build, how long did it take you to build and what sort of tools did you use to bring it to life? So it took a lot longer than I thought it was going to, as things do. I did all the framework on XD last summer when COVID was kind of in the height of things. Once I had all the framework done, I knew I wasn't super experience with coding or anything. So I got a development team on board. They started building it and I think August September 2020 using the framework that I'd done and we kind of had meetings three times a week and went through each little design and each link and how everything was going to work and we went through a lot of drafts of it. I do have to say I'm a pretty picky, so the poor things had to go back multiple times and change stuff and fix things and you know, we really wanted to make sure that the flow was simple because that's one thing people get bored so easily these days on apps and if it's not quick and easy, then they're off it. That was really important to us and it did take us a while to get that flow, which I think we have a pretty stable foundation now. And then we launched it in June. We did have some, of course, had some bugs and stuff at the beginning as you do, which we tried to fix as quickly as possible. And we've just been smoothing it out since then. And now we're working on adding a bunch of new features, which is really exciting. Let's stick on the MVP a little bit, so with any first product, you've got to work through decisions and tradeoffs about what features you're going to include in the very beginning. What you're going to cut and even what sort of technical debt you're going to accept and fix later. So tell me about some of those decisions and tradeoffs you had to work through and how you coped with them. Well, I knew that the main feature obviously had to be the team time linking and when I first went about creating it, I was using bumble or Tinder as an example of how you could just swipe through people and like, oh, I'd like to play golf with him, and I'd like to play golf with her. It still isn't quite as simple as I wanted to be. But that was that was the core feature of the app. So once we have that part down, I knew that there had to be something else to engage consumers at the beginning because I think people are a little hesitant with something new and meeting up with people, which is understandable. There's all different personalities in the world. So I wanted really wanted the social networking aspect of it on there. Not only to draw people in, but so that there was a newsfeed of everything goal. My husband, for example, spends before we made the app spent a lot of time on Instagram just trying to filter to golf. And all he wanted to see was golf swing videos and golf tips and golf courses and so I really wanted to feed that was just all of that that you didn't have to filter that everything you saw on the feed was related to the topic. The thing that you love and the thing that you're looking for. We actually decided to add the marketplace closer to the end because we were seeing a bunch of companies during the first part of the pandemic time pop up, a lot of local Texas companies actually creating golf brand shirts, wedges, putters, gloves. We noticed there was a lot of entrepreneurs and startups that were in that industry. And we really wanted a platform for them to be able to go on and somewhere that they could.
"davies" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Bernadette with junior in the mix. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk junior tgif. It is fabulous friday. The weekend is here. Oh my gosh yeah. I probably going to chill this weekend. That's what i'm thinking. okay. I'm going to be way up there. I'm going to be north at the western. A price foundation count. Their annual conference is in allen texas this weekend from the fifth through the seventh at the delta hotel by marriott and so yeah that's not that far from where you are y- in allan. Yeah i'll be in lewisville so far. It's like if you just hit one twenty-one you you'd be there like twenty five minutes. Yeah i'll be on sunday. I'm actually playing in between During commercials of the cowboys game Starting at so it's nice nice. All right yeah. Because i love fire on the east side. Yeah you know. i'm a eastside girl. You'll definitely be well you know. We love our fridays and we love. Supporting animals are animals and animal organizations. All over the world that goes for the spca of texas with more davies. She is first up today at the half. We have dr steven schwartz. We're gonna be talking about cova cova kelvin. So sick of it but oh my gosh. We're going to be talking about it but more always great to have you on the show more davies vice president for marketing and communications at the spca of texas. That's the society for the prevention of cruelty. The animals they're out there doing incredible work in our community to help. Animals have the best life as well so more. Tgif tgif and oh my gosh. i'm so cold. I know me too me too. I broke out my like my my heavy duty turtleneck my black turtleneck winter sweater last night and i slept in it. It was great. I had i bust out the heating pads and before i do it. My cat opel was like pushing me off of it like. Hey this is my my gosh. That's so funny. I've got you know the my little my new little kitten flower. She cuddles up like a bug in a rug on my neck and that wherever i flip it's like having it and she is a baby kitten but i don't know how to explain it to anybody out there that doesn't you know a lot of people say oh i don't like cats. Let me tell you something. Cats are so incredibly sweet and smart and my little flower is just a little angel. And i'm so glad that i have her. I really am..
UK energy crisis: Government races to avert food shortages
"The soaring cost of gas in the UK is creating a chain of events which is resulting in the closure of fertilizer factories and could potentially create massive supply problems in the food industry so we Davies with the national pig association says a lack of CO two is a big problem on farms we will be a couple of weeks away from being forced to cull perfectly healthy animals all farm and by the caucuses in the big picture farmer Richard Lister says a lack of CO two creates other problems if your business is losing money and you having to lay people off it's that you have when you last in bed on the night you can't sleep it's a crisis Andrew Opie with the British retail consortium says there's still a few days for the government to get it right and sort this out they're going to get all the dark side pocket valuable for everybody and they go to prioritize the suit production industry government ministers have met with the company producing most of the U. K. CO two supply I'm at Donahue
"davies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Richard where can people find them. How can they pick it up and follow you on social media and are you going to be supporting the new stuff with the tours or playing. Live with the doe boys or anything in the near future with all this new technology. I would say the best place to start as far as fighting music as my website. Dot com all. They're all the albums all the videos. So that's a one shop for all their unfortunately have gone their separate ways live shows without ban on this because i have two beautiful vintage. Trump says his packed away. My closet here. I hope he'll have some reason to break him out again. So as far as live shows for. I shall thing really planned on. Okay you know. Things have been such disarray. Because of the pandemic we'll see we'll see but maybe we'll do a virtual show from the bed the bedroom. That would be awesome. Nate how can people find the podcast and follow each episodes. And you're unbelievable series that you're dropping. Its let it roll. Podcast dot com the website. And it's on apple stitcher spotify amazon. Podcast i haven't been keeping up on soundcloud but all the other places you get your podcast. Hopefully pantheon getting it out there and so the let it roll podcast just google it and you should be able to turn up the latest episode tax. Well is there anything else guys. Wanna drop on ray davies or richard your stuff before we sign off and call this one a rap. Oh gosh so much under so trust with nate's open-mindedness to all. These are really really impressed by that because we try to expand or or musical and put it here. We've been way before the pandemic we were. Radio is a lincoln saturday because we live here in new york. We were really getting into beethoven. Because i i heard about the guy. Very supposed to be bowled over and all that. But you know when we heard beethoven's first symphony we were just so we hear all the simpsons lives so we met player that every time. The filler mind was doing a beethoven symphony. We were there and all the other grace. Like mozart drama. We got into that. When i started out as a jazz drummer still very heavily influenced by that and so yeah. So yeah when they were talking about you know do show opera scrape because people need to expand their musical horizons. Exactly i i remember listening to opera with my grandfather. And that's kind of what. What i think of when i think of operas grandfather was doing and i listened to some of it out of nostalgia for for that time period but i'm kind of inspired now to open up to other genres. I've been lucky doing this. Podcast i've been exposed to a lot of genres and bandit i wouldn't have otherwise people reaching out and wanting to just talk about the music and in fact i would highly recommend anybody listening to this to go back and listen to richard's episode that we did about a year or so ago and richard. You go into your incredible musical career and who you've worked with you like you said link. Wray brian wilson All kinds of people you know obviously the doboy. So you've got an incredible rich musical history yourself and i would really encourage. Everybody listened to that episode. And listen to your catalog pickup richards albums. Because they're they're very uplifting very positive in a world where things go negative so quickly. It's awesome to hear somebody who's positive absolutely. Well thank you so much. I know it's getting late. I don't wanna keep everybody up on eight. We like you said we could talk about ray davies. We spend all night doing it. But can i tell one last. Ray davis store and saloon absolutely and this is one. I read a long time ago to fanzine but it may or may not be true. But they were touring america and sixty five i tour they played a show in illinois. Think chicago and the promoter took them back to their house. And dave was by and very long hair and everything and sixty five dot meant. That was very charge sexually and the promoters really into dave. But he's given dave the but would always can egg dave on in these things and he almost ditch dave and left him there at the promoters house because dave was massively fucked up of course and.
"davies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I think that's possibly my favorite kinks song ever. It's pivotal absolutely important. It really introduces even though they didn't use tar on those on that record. They tuned their guitars deliberately. Based on sounds they heard while they were flying through india. They stopped in india for like a day on their way to australia on their first international tour. And there's a story in either ray or dave's autobiography of his balcony. Listening to incredible indian music. Dave is on the beach running for his life from a pack of rabid dogs. Which is this a classic story. Oh that's awesome who. So what is it about. Ray davies music and songwriting. That you like. Richard is is something about it because i hear a lot of very straight forward songwriting. There isn't anything obtuse or complex about it. It's it's very. It's very straightforward blue collar themes perfect pop structure. It seems like it's a great package radio. Is there something that you particularly are drawn to. Well he's just a natural. I mean some people just how this ability to come up with great melodies over interesting gorge gorges and he has such a vast repertoire that it's it's hard to even talk about assad because there's english musical there's what became almost a prototype for punk rock and heavy metal or hard rock. Yeah there's songs could be broadway show the just the beauty of a and so he's just one of those gifted songwriters he's like richard rogers or he's just got the knack to come up with the goods and i always think of this quote about is a little off topic but just to give you an idea of what i think is. I'm a drummer. And i'm a big fan buddy rich newly belsen one set of buddy wish somebody out there. I mean you'll never. Somebody may be as good as buddy out there. But nobody's better. And that's how i feel about. Maybe somebody's written. Some songs is good as but no better right. He's the best type of songwriting in my opinion went through like you said a lot of different sounds and i'm looking at a couple pages here. They have they have kind of broken. Down into king's early years would up to sixty five. They have what they call the mid period from sixty five to seventy five and then later sound seventy six to eighty four. Is there a an era there. That really speaks to you more than others and ritual go. We'll go back to you to start with. Is there an era of the kings and and ray davies song rock and roll. I guess any art music is so age related. Because i was of the age to be just totally blown away by the british invasion of what had happened. Kicks played a big part in my upbringing. And my news all influence. So it's very important era for me now. I just sort of blow to whole title wave of of the kinks albums as each one came out. No them inside out just part of my life and the band that i played especially may ban that i played back in the day it all kinks coverage you could imagine the all the hitch and some obscure album cuts. Oh cool nate. What about you is a period of the kinks that you really drawn to. I mean i'm fond of all of them. The the first period of course has the wild. You know you really got me and that all day all the night just the feral stuff. And i'm a big fan of that early british rb stuff which was an acquired taste. It took a lot of listening to like their first album. I remember getting my hands on their first album. And you know it's got you really got me on it and then the rest of it is sort of stock. British are a b. But i came to really love that stuff and their sound but then cakes controversy my god. That is just the perfect album. Because they're still feral. Dave hasn't been tamed yet. And so it's got their version of milk cow. Blues is just so insane. I think it's just absolutely nineteen sixty five state of.
"davies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Today by richard hayman. Richard x heyman nate and they will from the let it roll pod. How's everybody doing this evening. Ducal during well all right. Well i be here. I appreciate you guys joining me. I liked to episodes like this every once in a while. Because i like to. I like to try to learn things. And i'm not the most familiar with ray davies catalog. I know a lot of hits. But i don't know the deep stuff i don't know things and the hits are actually amazing. Go back and listen to them. And i didn't realize how many there were going back and looking at the you know. Just a greatest. Hits album is two albums long. Both you know. I'm looking at the greatest hits. It's forty four songs which is amazing. Some have in britain that many songs he wrote forty four hits but i wanna go a little bit deeper one of find out what you guys think about ray davies catalog and think i'm thinking he might be one of the most under appreciated songwriters of the sixty seventy eighty s. So how did you guys come to find out about. Ray davies richard. Let's let's start off with you. When did you first discover ray and the kinks pretty much in the beginning. Here in america will do really. Golly.
"davies" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"On iheartmedia as well as ame et in southern california on abc. News talk it is fergus. Friday happy for bulos. Friday junior to you. I'm good i'm good i'm I'm preparing for a speech. I've been preparing for a couple of days. I'm going to be speaking in austin tomorrow With texans for vaccine choice. I did it again. Ika our did it the first time a couple of years ago and so i'll be flying to austin in the morning and yeah so Little nervous you know. it's different live than you know. Speaking to a crowd than it is On radio but you know. I feel committed to Truth justice for all agree with you on that. But you know like i said this yesterday. You know you. You know what you're doing and if you're prepared that'll take your anxiety away and i feel like once you get up there and just i it's going to be. It's those healthy nerves. You know that we talked about it up there. I think it's just gonna all go away. Everything's going to flow out smoothly for. I'm just going to pretend. I'm i'm tom brady. We've got the the same branko heard that has holy as well. I'll be thinking of you when i'm up there on the stage and And marie and everybody that you've been a part of the lake radio team but thank you so much and we've got a fantastic show today. We have dr ellison hall at the half. We're gonna be talking about why we should monitor our blood sugar I'm really anxious to know more about it. I don't know a lot about it. And so We're all gonna learn together but first up we have more a davies for our fabulous friday brought to you by casteran pollock's It is america's number one organic pet food with the most scott. Comprehensive portfolio of purposeful food using sustainably sourced ingredients such as wild caught salmon and grasp add beef. They are our official sponsor a fabulous fridays. And we're always thankful for their help to help us get the message out with more davies..
Chicago White Sox Sweep City Series vs. Cubs
"Get into the good stuff last night at wrigley field sunday night baseball. The white sox goering for a sweet and man they jumped all over zach davies first offering you the game anderson drives wander right going back deichmann looking at it's dawn. I pitched a game and it goes the opposite way. A home run into the bleachers. Tim anderson with the jack and it's one nothing white sox boop shabby on. Espn radio with the call. Tim anderson actually was not in the original. Starting lineup. he'd gone into tony larussa office after the game on saturday talked about how he didn't feel good at the plate and then he was working on some things in the cage. Before sunday's game coach assam hitting the saw that he'd figured out some stuff with timing And they went to lure us and said he's gotta be in the lineup. He's gotta be in. The lineup and sure enough tim anderson talked his way in the lineup and he hit the first pitch the game for a home run. The white sox were done though in that first. Inning davies delivers swang clobbered centerfield. Or take a back near the wall looking at. It's gone tosses the back towards the white sox first base dugout eloy jimenez when his second homer of the year and that quickly it is three nothing and the lead would continue to build in that first then a swing and a bolt drill out towards left centerfield on its way and it's gone. Two run homer the third homerun derby inning and white sox have exploded. It's five nothing near the top of the first at wrigley on their way to a ninety three
Six Flags Water Park Evacuated After Chemical Spill Sends Dozens to Hospital
"More than 60 people had to undergo decontamination. Authorities say. It started near a kiddie pool where a lifeguard got sick and then more people were affected with Children coming out of the pool with respiratory issues. Dave Packer ABC News Homo news
"davies" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"Gig are at the closing bell with david. And jason where we break down and recap our guest in david's the voice of the viewer. The curious canadian will get my take on everything we just discussed and that was one electric episode with elena davies from big brother. I mean i was so Surprised by some of the stuff. She shared the details behind big brother. Her story where she's come where she's gone. But i gotta start this recap off with only fans. I mean the fact that she for the wit behind it is genius.
Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson Flies Own Rocket to Space
"Off in the billionaire companies space rocket plane reaching an altitude of about 53 miles floating in zero gravity before gliding back to the New Mexico runway at Spaceport America. Minutes ago, Branson recalling his experience, honestly, nothing could prepare you for the view of a from space. I mean, if the whole thing was just magical, and suddenly you're looking down, and you've seen three people looking up at you. Hang on, man. What are you doing down there? The mothership aircraft releasing the space plane about 8.5 miles up when the rocket ignited a B C's Joe Benitez watching from the spaceport. It was at that moment when the spaceship with Richard Branson on board and those four other passengers. On board. They were all able to go to the edge of space. It's hoped the flight will usher in a new era in space tourism. The rise of the Delta
Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Arrested for Illegal Voting
"A Houston man who was arrested Friday for illegal voting is being held up as an example of racial bias in the Texas cash bail system. Texas Public Radio's David Martin Davies reports her service. Rogers was the last person to vote in Texas last Super Tuesday. Now he's making news for different reason. The Texas attorney general arrested Rogers on charges of illegal voting because he was on probation. He's being held on $100,000 Bond. Texas State representative Joe Moody in El Paso Democrats said. There's a problem with that bail. He didn't commit a crime of violence here. Unknowingly voted. There is bias in our system. There is a desperate racial impact, mostly for black men. The proposed bail reform bill will make it harder for suspects to be released without a cash bond.
Search for victims in condo collapse continues
No-Hitter No. 7: Cubs Blank Dodgers, Tie MLB Season Record
"Four cubs pitchers combined to no hit the Dodgers in a forty nothing win it is the first combined no hitter in franchise history Zach Davies went the first six innings I think the World Series I think something like that probably tops it but you know in even though wasn't a solo is a combined effort I'm just being part of history and something like that it is fun after Davies Ryan Tepera Andrew Chafin Craig Kimbrel each threw one inning hobby Baez and Willson contrary each hit home runs LA is Walker Buehler took his first loss he's now seven one mark Myers Los Angeles
Who Needs Passion When You Can Just Piss the Bed?
"I asked you to name me to famous lovers who'd you say clydes great. Thank you anymore. Julius course portion backside last night take one off. Was richard. Burton elizabeth taylor. They were married to each other three different times and burton legendary said this about her and i love it. I might run for a thousand years. She's still my baby child. Love is so furious that we each other. I am too much feeling that anyone. I read it and i began to wonder if any of my ex is feeding that suv passion about somebody to be the girl. I went out with the longest when someone for ten years in office state together. I tried to blame her.
Tom Davies on Making Glasses for the Movies
"Aren't very well. Don't in films very well in general films. Don't do very well at all. And i was very lucky to what jenny bevan Who love the idea of the actors wearing exquisite iowa. Because i kind of the original brief. Just to make a free for emma thompson. Is his bugle sunglasses. The script called for this iconic piece. So i went in to do that. And that's what a went in for and it was a beautiful beautiful design. Came up with if i don't say so myself. So it was so because she's a fashion designer in the film very well renowned and they had to be over the talk quite glamorous and i did a beautiful so jackie o style frame embedded a sort of a line of gold eighteen karat gold in the top of the frame. Because this lady. She's a fashion in the seventies in the film. But she made a big thing in the sixties. So i thought should be sixties inspired. You know she's a more mature to. This is assault. Put the golden side to make them just beautiful. And it's a great scene which you look into liberties. The frame right into the camera like this A and i said to. Jenny said you know the problem with this. Film is in the seventies everybody in the seventies glasses. Because there's no liza surgery. There's no contact lenses and everyone wears glasses. I said you know you got to do everybody. What you call make like glasses soccer. Make him plus. She's all the extras as well as well. It was fun said. Where do you see the film which fully because so many classes in their the jain almas big over the top seventy s glasses on some characters. I should have bought. I've got script dot says. I remember getting the script. I'm reading the script. I run thinking. Why are they giving me the script. This is amazing like literally disney. Give me the crazy. Come like you know getting the script out and i'm like i'm going through it reading i'm getting out. I'm going rutland glasses looking through glasses. Look i literally wrote on every page where i could possibly justify a pair of spectacles in the movie and what went down with any we went through and basically walked away from a second meeting with a brief to make you know literally hundreds of frames and it was great because i met with a mistake. I sort of dark to the door to said our. Don't think we're doing glasses. This movie i should. And this is my. This is my reenactment. And i've made frame for emma. She picked it up and she goes. Oh these are amazing these days and that was
Charlie Bit My Finger Video to Be Taken off YouTube After Selling for £500,000
"Charlie bit my finger is about to leave youtube forever. Here's why by race. A brunner. Charlie and harry davis car or just babies one and three years old when they became unintentional internet superstars. The charlie bit my finger video filmed and posted on youtube by their dad. Howard back in two thousand seven became an instant classic of internet culture. Matthew a product manager at youtube at the time remembers the company's fascination with the early viral hit this video in particular really captivated the entire world imagination. Lee says over. Google meat from taipei where he is now living and working. It was really really amazing to see that. Internally it's literally the definition of a viral video an entire genre of entertainment the organic viral video blossomed in its wake the subjects becoming mean stars. Fourteen years later. It's still one of youtube most popular videos with over eight hundred eighty million views. But if you want to see this seminal clip in full you'll have to watch before may twenty third twenty twenty one charlie bit. My finger is about to leave youtube forever to be sold to a private owner during an online auction on may twenty second when the video will join the ranks of many pieces of digital art cashing in on the recent craze for nf. Tease or non. Fungible tokens for the davies. Car family sought this opportunity themselves. It's a chance to further capitalize on their accidental. Swipe at fame establish themselves as a valuable piece of digital history and hopefully secure extra funds to go towards educating charlie harry now fifteen and seventeen and their two younger
Ryanair Flight Forced to Land in Belarus
Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row
"Zach Davies and three relievers combined to get the job done as the cubs defeated the pirates three to two Davies pitched seven shutout innings and only had one strikeout but his sinker was working witnessed fourteen ground outs games like this trying to keep the ball on the grounds as much as possible and just trying to get bad swings think that's where I succeed the most is when you you have often on swings and guys I put the barrel on the ball as much the cubs scored solo runs in each of the first three frames the cubs totaled nine hits on the afternoon with Jack Peterson leading the way with three singles to go along with that RBI and one run scored rex brothers got the last out in the ninth inning for his first save as the cubs have won four straight David Shuster Chicago
Cubs hit by 4 more pitches, Braves hold on in 9th to win 5-2
"Marcell Ozuna had three hits as the Braves defeated the cubs five to two with Atlanta winning its second straight game it was a chilly long afternoon with the game lasting just over four hours Josh Tomlin in relief picked up the victory over Zach Davies whose ERA is now over eleven and Will Smith pitched the ninth inning for save number two as for the cubs Willson Contreras hit a solo home run and they did get hit by four pitches but they were all for nine with runners in scoring position and they left twelve on base David Shuster Chicago
Nature Makes GMO Fish
"Skeptical of aqua bounties fast-growing salmon while nature makes genetically modified fish to next up. Why the effort to find a quote biological basis for being transgender is misguided and harmful and finally cure for sickle cell diseases inches closer with the launch of a major gene. Therapy trial very exciting stuff. But first up kevin. Let's talk about Natural gm fish apparently. Yeah this is really cool and this is a report that came out in. Cbc news which is canadian broadcasting company usually not writing very favorable things about genetic engineering because this isn't genetic engineering unless it's genetic engineering that nature did so the story goes back to a couple of researchers at queens university. A lorry graham and peter davies found this evidence a while ago now that there was this antifreeze gene that helped the rainbow smelt live through freezing temperatures so super cooling fish and some other organisms can endure temperatures below freezing because of a mechanisms that keep their cells from forming ice crystals. What interesting stuff going on there and if you think about it. These are cold-blooded so when it gets below freezing you have the risk of freezing so years ago. Probably a decade and a half. I guess they found this evidence that there was A this gene that that didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense that that it that it looked like a in so we go over now to herring and smelt How was this hearing. Gene ending up and smelt the last time that they were related was by extremely distant ancestor. They said by the article article here. Two hundred and fifty million years ago so that was like the carbon difference period so these two individual lineages of fish split off pretty early a back before dinosaurs or you know and so this really cool so well same time as early dinosaurs.
What's So Great About Montessori?
"So montessori is about following the child and people think well if georgia do whatever they like you know it must be complete chaos but it's this beautiful approach. mixed classrooms so for example. They'll be three to six year olds together in a clause six sixty nine year olds and nine to twelve year olds in class which means that the children who have been in the class longer can model and show the younger children how things work and the youngest children's devout really look up to the older children and the teacher they actually call them a guide because instead of standing at the front of the class. They're they're observing all the children all doing their own things and they can say which child needs some more assistance and which child needs the next lesson in something and they step in to help and then they step back To let the children get on a make all the discoveries for themselves so the types of activities that are available at these beautiful. It's a beautiful curriculum. This really rich maytham tactile hands on materials. So his love workbooks worksheets or copying off. A blackboard is really that you go over and you take an activity and you bring it to a table or work mass. there's activities that are done by themselves but is also once he can do with a partner or friend and then when you move into the six to twelve age groups you actually have a of different workspaces like table. You could work by yourself. But actually lots of big tables or workspaces where you can collaborate with many people of different age groups. So it's just all about. I didn't know let's find out. And then the children get to touch and feel and talk a lot about hands on learning because you may have read this and talked about it a lot before you understand things better when you actually concrete we hold them in your hands rather than just absorbing facts and a formula children montessori discovering the formulas themselves. it's really exciting
One person arrested at Seattle protest
"Washington, including Here's county. Also on Saturday, a group of protesters in downtown Seattle, leaving messages behind for Seattle police. It was a small group of protesters, and at the end of it all one arrest was made one message targeted chief DS himself. That message reads Adrien de as your next We did reach out to both Seattle police and a spokesperson for the chief for comment. You're still waiting to hear back As far as that arrest
Observations From Bayern Munich's Smashing 4-0 Victory Over Stuttgart
"Will stop in the bundesliga and you might think well. Why are we buying one. Four now against god. What's the big deal i miss. The big deal is afonso davies of buying sent off in the twelve. Th minute nil nil ten minutes later buying a three nil up welcome in fueled softer reflects on something. And i don't think i've ever seen before. Well this is sad day for german football because they have said that if buying played with ten players they will be beatable so they tried that today. Davis was rightly sent off after wa wa in the wind because he got a yellow. I and eleven does scale and robbery miller. The restaurant just did something. That is like unbelievable. There were four nil suddenly against the stupid cat team. That is later. Be quite good. Foam unbelievable to watch and just show you this buying team got that extra gear that i can use. They often down but it come back dortmund zero to winning four two champions league. They just win when i want to win. A now stood tried another thing. Eleven gets ten still losing four nil at the psychology from both sides. Yan here well. First of all studio will have a good conference. They're coming to 'alliance now now fans there. I think well we can have a chance. We've seen gerona result home advantage. Not as good as it usually is and a ban on their side. Thank you i will. We have to concentrate because our lives winning the day before and then stood would want more. They think well no. We really have a chance. But what do they do their team. Levin does get a team they just take another gear up. I think okay. No we have to concentrate. No we have to play quicker. We want to touch. We have to give a loverdos even better the ball here to goals and the ending a hat trick
"davies" Discussed on KOMO
"Here's Chris Davies. Thanks so much for joining us. We have a fantastic panel is always With us today We have Mrs Lisa balance from Compass real estate on Mr Kamen Crispino from ReMax. So questions on anything buying selling? Mortgage financing. We hear the answer all those questions today We've been talking about the market about how it's it is getting a little bit harder out there, but it again You have somebody from the I will say from the real estate standpoint, if you're looking to buy, it is extremely important that you find something that's passionate. About their field. I mean, I think that's probably true most lines of work, but you want people to be passionate about their job on See, that's good. See, I speak the truth. I speak the truth. So when you talk about things like that, you know, we talked a little bit about the love letter idea. On. Do you know if people sometime If you want to be an eagle, you could say I don't want to do that. But It actually does have an effect. Right, 100%. So if you know is there a story that you can share about just, you know, just something that says, Gosh, You know what people do You know where you are, The more senses you can. You can affect the more likely the positive result. If you can make it more of an emotional decision, you're probably more likely to win, and that's probably where the letter comes in. Remember Lisa and Chris and Mike. I remember in like 2000 and five My wife and I were selling our first home and you know, we had 12 offers on it. The market was really hot, and I'm supposed to be, you know, non emotional Linear. Think of the dollars we get 12 offers and one of the offer's had this cute letter about this daughter that had the same name is our daughter and if we could keep the name up on the door And I just started melting. I'm like we're taking. You know, I don't care if it's 50,000 left and then you know my brain had to kick in a little bit, but I had one the other day where you know a client, the daughter said. I've got $4.25 in my piggy make Mom and dad I will help contribute and I said great. We're going to write a letter. You can please and put that in the letter, And so we made the offer X amount. $4.25 You know, it was like 8 34 25. Well, needless to say, there were many offers, but we got the home. I love that. One of one of my favorite stories is, um, it was a young lady buying her very first home and in the in the contract, it was stated that the seller was going to be removing some roses. And these roses had been family roses and didn't kind of handed down and she was taking them with her. They were her grandmother's roses. And, interestingly enough, the woman who was buying the home Was being gifted roses by her grandmother and because they were family roses. I guess it's a thing I don't know, but But they wrote this letter and both sides but burst into tears if they were able to replant some roses. It was just like this great connection that you don't think about right. It's just a little thing, but it can just touch somebody in the right way. It's not always about money. It is not always about money. Yeah, and that that injury I don't say ingenuity because that puts the wrong spin on it. But that personalization of it, you make it a personal transaction. I think that will yield more positive results. I mean, all the other factors need to be there. Of course, you know as far as being preapproved being able to afford Whatever price point it's at those are just the intellectual points, but that that right there makes that great There is or has been the difference in some of the winning bids. So, uh, folks give it some thought. I mean, in other words, I know that the market could be a little bit daunting sometimes, but starts out with a pre approval process, so obviously get that done. Talk to talk to the land of your choice. Have a conversation. Figure out what the payment is that you feel comfortable going to what down payment is that will tell you what you can afford on like I said, the most important thing is to be confident on. Be ready to make action. Yeah. Be ready to make that offer, You know? What we're gonna talk about next. The top 10 markets, according to realtor dot com on what it takes to be in the top 10 markets will discuss that next on. Are we in it? That data will be right back. 844 talk one on one. Have been fed. That's a fact have been. That's a fact. Credit card purchases. Give me cash back purchases. Give me cash back. No one else gets these reboard suction. Dad is just playing us through..
"davies" Discussed on KOMO
"With your host, Chris Davies, Welcome back to ST Toko. We just got done discussing different different styles of roofs and such what interesting point that we were talking about, though. You know, people are talking about maintenance of their roofs. How many of you actually get up there on maintain your roof? I mean, when you think about it correctly, we'll do it correctly. I mean, I've seen people get up there with the pressure washes, which you're not supposed to do, by the way because that can actually create damage and create Ah, separation, which is not what you want to do. But I mean, especially here in the Pacific Northwest, you get up there, you put the powder on there to keep the mosque from growing. I mean, that's a simple a simple maintenance issue or you get up there. You blow away the pineal to get up there with the blower. Keep it clean, because that's probably the most important thing to stop these things from growing. How many people actually maintain or do the proper maintenance that's required on the roof. Yeah. 12% Wait. I thought we were get e. Don't think many. And I was saying I'm just guessing here also that people who have, um shingle roofs Watching over, do it even less because it's a lot of work to maintain. And it's an expense. Well maintained nose and also vertigo comes into play. How many people want to get up there? In the hype? You start to deal with the you know the risk of slipping and sliding away and that type of thing. I mean, at that point, I was like, you know what I'll do it next year. The next year. I could just see it going on and on and on. So for those of you that have you seen your astrological sign? And then what do you clean your roof? Not at all. You know, even a touch that But hey, just something just to go. You know, I'm just saying, if you if you stuck at home Check out your roof. If there's stuff on the stuff on it, go ahead and take the time to look and get it clean is it's probably a good time at this point in time to take to take a look at that. So, uh, Quarter three. Again. We're talking about homeownership. Quarter three broke a six year old record. And you don't know. Do you want to know what that record is? That record is $1 trillion in home equity growth. Yeah, to you Got That's amazing. So cold logic talking about Homeowners with mortgages Quarter three of 19 to Quarter three of 23 the equity growth across the board, 10 plus percent So do you want to know what state 10, plus percent on average of $17,000 per household. The last time that you had anything close to that was the first quarter of 2014. But the big difference if you go if you want to talk about times the big difference in 2014 underwater mortgages, the number of homes with negative equity The difference in homes right now between then and now with homes. The negative equity is about 20%. Means virtually homes with negative equity. At this point, it's virtually non existent. So again when people talk about the housing bubble to people talk about things happening in a negative way, because of all these price increases. It's not there. The negative equity people have equity in their homes. The state with the highest equity growth, dollar wise is Lisa, California Washington Daniel Oh, you those pita. That's what I was thinking to see. Though 35,000 Average equity growth 35,000 per household. California was number two Lisa 33.8, so not far behind. Number three was Massachusetts at 30 31 200. So holding a good time to own a house Folks number two. The show's 844 talk one on one once again a 44 talk one on one so much more to get Stay connected, Stay informed. Homo news 1000 ever The first batch of the fines are buying tech covert vaccine is.
"davies" Discussed on Dead America
"And I remember just named her she got ill. And the VA kind of assistance I took the INS and outs because. You know you don't really WanNa mention it, and when you see family from the states it like you only see them every hyphen negatives it's June me. From woman with up is that the actually misdiagnose? diagnosed at a wealth they were right. You know this is. It was too late to actually do something. will I believe? That's the big difference between our systems. Is that care factor right there in you know on on our VA SYSTEM It's just an atrocity and these these men and women that step up. They're accepting to be taken care of and they aren't, and that's a that's one thing that president trump is really taking care of in his duties east stepping up for those veterans and trying to make sure that they do get the care that they deserve. Our we don't have that care factor the. Were lost and it's all about the money over here in America, it's not about the care anymore and that's unfortunate. It's I'm here in the UK we have. where it comes to vets that the biggest problem I feel an organization like the working with the US would. Help in. Bringing the medical stuff of off to the benefit side. So a lot. Of Adultery, with with, my church. Studying theology. I hope to become a priest. A man called Amen to that but Godwin you know. But I do some work within a you know feeding the homeless now most people come Arou- goals on Tuesday. In the military The only reason they not get in anywhere because the government has let them down. But not on the health side because they're in. Pike. The Free House to know what I mean they don't have to worry about. Like. A veteran would in the states if they didn't have the VA, it's the benefit site upset in the. You know the slipping through the cracks. A those cuts that they brought in people of the bedroom. So basically, you are on a benefits. So you can't something like unemployment marks. I said it earlier but University of Ukraine Urus? Credit. You. Have a extra bedroom in your house underpaying they'll charge you a tax will not bedroom. Because it's Kind. Of, move people are become any debt. To the state. Because you know stuff like that that they made eat ten. It's people people who have served in the military. So of got PTSD, all problems like back who footing got frightened died. The same time. My great aunt died actually. Two days of Paul. He had a concept he was living in a caravan. Though OMOTOSO. He served in the military he said in this country woods attack. In Afghanistan. unsurvivable it. Not only survived. It turns out after reading about attack. He was the person at the front of the column. General, would I mean whose job it was an move those mines so so he took it. Quite a bit but to me, these people were People like Kim. Will Hind by. Consecutive Domico you know people say, Kate, while fronts for prime minister. Yes, that's true but the party elites has been in power for ten years. General would I mean they forget but? Indicated that president trump. every four years. You elect in delete in the UK we elect the prime. minister. So when it comes to elections we met. basically, we would elect a member polymer. So my member. Ottoman is member Labor off. Now, it then goes that when will get back Weston's up. And they add up how many seats each of. The person with highest amount seats in Dot Party becomes the. Government poppy. I'll talk with that then. You've got the each party has their lita. So, in the movement just changed the Labor of Labor on his used to be Jeremy Kobe. Before. Like Boris Johnson is the leader of the conservative. Now, of course, Barnes is going you know the only people who are elected Johnson. To actually do anything. Of the people of his own area on the Conservative Party. No one else in the UK radioactive bars don't seem to be prime minister. The prime minister's row is electable. you know when it comes to elections you're electing the person who's best stunned up for you. Rather. Than you know your electing. Prime. Minister, elect feel the time the we've become to more obsessed with electing a prime minister. Actually. It's meant to me. Because any. Any of the six, hundred, fifty members of parliament. Members members of parliaments, members of the House Helman's own the one thousand, two, hundred members of the House of Lords or any person the majesty wishes as long as they could come on the majority in. Compete Prime Minister. So if the Queen wanted to and I'm not saying you know this is what she says. You know with this whole corona virus at the moment or strobe is recovering Basically the Queen wanted to, she could put his son. The Prince of Wales as prime minister will even hurts with him. You know what? I mean as or as he did not know that. That's. The Queen actually can fire minister as well. She also can appoint the prime minister. Prime Minister's Radi Act on the win the it goes back to the historical aspects ministers. Do, the list of the crime when the Crown do eleven, it is crime do. You know what? I mean. Just over time that the crime has stepped back. You know point where there yeah. Anxiety stuff like that. They've allowed society take over. The UK unlike the US I might be reading about like you have the twenty. Fifth Amendment you have a constitution but. It's written down it's woods of words they. There is no written constitution in the UK. Yeah that's interesting. Yeah it's or, Donald, policy of low. So what's also mowing trusted as did you know in nineteen fifty.
"davies" Discussed on Dead America
"Policy. A full. England. So in Wales, it's government. A smaller the next government level I would say in your way, it's the equivalent of state government. On, a state legislature the. So the first. minister. Appoints is common in the same way as prime minister on its. They're all answerable to the. You, know the people 'cause. State is elected by the Queen actually. In Wales because technically in Wales the Prince of Wales. Because Wales his apprentice apology of England. they haven't ready. Yes. Constant. Salted the constitutional But it's all fun. For me anyway yeah. So. Yet DVD. Happened of a twenty. One years ago. So up until then it was or done by London. Several London dictated everything are. Or? or off the country even though we all full separate countries about me sites to. The UK sin. Is Full Shepherd countries, England Wales Scotland, the Nola night, and they help advise we have the overseas territories such as the Djibril Thursday overseas territory power BMI. An we'll talk about go armed sees of these islands. His self rather than to the UK government and their orbits the same way so gets everything could come. Them. Then when people kept leaving the UK, it was decided Wyatt Company have your. Such Scotland. Noel you know eyelid. Reunite. Northern. Ireland reindicted with the Allied and then Wales leaving it would be a union anymore would. Offer. The rest. was decided to offer a referendum. Own, how we would in future governments of it and the Welsh people decided that some decisions so devolved area. Education Trump spoke. New. There are some taxation in. This a couple things. All different parts of think Citians that could jared whales. By people full. Wales. So before then like I mentioned this decision making in London in Whitehall on there was no guaranteed person who is making these decisions actually came for Wales actually knew the area. Of whether they will make a decision full the UK although. Dave very different. So the Welsh way of life is the vary friendy where very friendly people. English way of like the very abrupt up makes sense. starfish way of like unstop these people are mainly known as very tight with money so they don't like spending money. A Welshman. Be. Saying this shouldn't ready. We're in the middle of sixty the waiting a six nations rugby when you know or the nations in the UK technically saw played each other along with Italy and France So this is saying this time an Englishman is rocked a Welshman is would give you know. What I mean we were walking on the street, and if you need that, we will give it to Europe and then the scope. Will try attacks on the. If that makes sense. It's about keeping the money here. But even should went away because thousand. Seven although Scotland, had power be of a control laws. It's resource. Jared ways we don't control our own judiciary or on. A police force there is talk of allowing us to do this. So read effectively in Wales our country stood on the because. You know even the states in America and troll their own digital system on the road. In Wales there on simple. Still to this day. So many of the rules coming of colleagues of a about this lock. Actually being reiterated by London. So it's bringing into question and devotion still. With. A pandemic. So in time like in see. The English government GONNA have to. Give the judiciary. To Wales itself like they have to do above stuff. So I can see the pay having federalized federalized within the next twenty goes. It's something that should have been done a very. Deviation has its roles so there were story about the time of the trump state visit. The. Conservative, government wants to sell the jets. To American pharmaceutical. Now the government would have a very hard trump's. Of Hard time doing that in the United Kingdom because like I've pointed out to consider its own control, one of the full, any S.'S So, the NHS although you hear about national, Health Actually. You're in Wales called any Jess Wales any you just coming. In. Scotland. startled in overnight island now, each of these. and addresses of default administration's not looking at England. They unsearchable to that own government minister in my country they're also answerable to the legislature. The assembly here in Wales about the renamed the Senate So so Welsh Stash English name full. Hour. A baking chamber his. Scotland there will to Scottish, parliament inova nine answerable to the executive. Of the executive, the other one, the northern. Irish Assembly. In England only answerable to their on spoke to the UK government. So You see someone. His name's Hancock as They probably go news as you've Kingdoms Health Minister. Isn't really that you might. 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"davies" Discussed on Dead America
"Know you're given the same treatment or the row. And that's the base of the energy it doesn't discriminate against you. It doesn't care if you have a bank account of fifty million pounds or even a bank account minus twenty pounds, you know it will treat you. It will get you Bethany would fight told you. You know on this battle because we all know illness Israeli isn't it? You know your body's fighting the gyms are. Fighting the virus away of out Yoga. But rotated. I remember during the last election the story in states you parents have to a the whole that newborn baby. Agrees quoted. I just couldn't get hurt. I really could. I couldn't Klatten mic because in the UK, a parent doesn't pay the hold the baby appeared. Laurie of off the giving this. Do you know what I mean? Is someone to be now. which now, how how do they pay for all of that Terry and? Who Pays for that? Okay. So basically, the host of the conduct of the cold. Nationally showroom. So it's a Basenji, each taken away y'all individual paycheck benefits in everyone as they should. National uninsured has. Another. Option. So you have something in the UK, corded own age Ed should. When you become owed over outlined. Is Sixty five last week. So next year, she'll be sixty six until qualify for her or extension. So. Sorry I. Do know this and just googling myself. Naturally insurance has aged a bit and even. An old of this isn't new to us. Because it's been around since twelve to. The government to this. Was the government directly also too. So he might be fine. We have relaxation Winston. Churchill was removed from office and the Labor Prime Minister Clement clearly haven. What's thing but I said to you about being. The national health shoot that's what have save is itself. Whilst Curry. By? Welshman, from. A nine bedroom I'm. So you know people say. You Own comments again or face Wales ever broke to the United Kingdom while Wales brought you the enemy jets your royal. So. If it wasn't for Wales most if you. Keep. Die. Of Diseases such as cultural. inman fifties they were still. There was still cases where you could you know the. Didn't know how to look after themselves wash their hands and stuff. It did not get a TV program. Coal. Co Ltd quarter way you all that's actually some of that of that program. Is actually what the UK not like in the fifties. Because, you must remember it was bombed out. Yet you. Building a wall so I don't know people for the wool would different yeah. Because you didn't have to rebuild every. Where I live in A council state. So where I live itself. By one of the worst. State in the UK for crime forever, it isn't any mole jumped twenty years of those people in the prison kind. But. Basically. It. Where I live the history here is. Most of the people moved into this estate. So the fist have arrested the my house. My House is Italy a two bedroom house with. Only two us to live. On it's a living room kitchen from downstairs. Attic. You know certain normal British house. Where the fifth resident kit actually clean live in slums, and they were clearly slums of just after the fish will in the nineteen twenties. So took time to build states actually you know Kane a month once you've paid the. Problem they have applause. People couldn't afford that half. They couldn't afford to go and see adult doctor. You still have the disease that was in Just replicate excel in the new. States said the only way that they could get around it was from the National Health Service now back to nationally shoe ripped. You Take it culture bution CPO in. Compact so. You have to pay tax to tax on your innings. So. You pay. An inland is national issue. Tony about six per month. It's not a little of money. If that makes sense. The pay everyone to be treated. As equals into Paul. Everything goes into a hope. Like. Cooking. He goes into a big colt the it's then distributed to else the benefits because. Now. She's also covers. Benefits such as universal credit. Yeah. That benefit just make any law it has done more damage. Is So, who who gets to choose what service. Is provided to you. Okay. So we got have individual hospitals like you have a husky like. I of individual hospitals. We have stuff like that. So basically. Where I live, you have a hospital trucks or an NHS trust a national health service trucks. here in. Wales. we. We have evolution. So the government does not controlled the health policy in Wales or in Scotland or in all in northern Iowa the UK government only control the behalf.
"davies" Discussed on Dead America
"You know together ovaries, but we were unable to do this. And then it was. cheesy seventeen. Much we were towed yet. We're going into a lockdown. So, how will you do on Tuesday? I was getting ready of the time to go to university from my night class. That night. And necking with being toward them. So what you do so my idea was how holiday from the will. Because everyone needs a mental health holiday like. That's like. A holiday from the world. It was a nice too great and the way I think I'd listening was it was a lovely hotel all my stuff I'm. Only problem was the there was no style new swimming pool no But I had. I did miss. I didn't a sticky codes. And we live right by the beach. So where I live. I've called it. A mountain overlooks the cities at the beach if I go to for window. Not. Right, now because it's bright out so eight but. Tomorrow when recording stunned up an Albedo VICI in. The. You can have all some these. So I think that was the only part of my. Mental Health holiday the Brady good with the view. That of my window. Look. How how stringent? How stringent are they being with this lockdown over there are they? Keeping everybody inside their home and they can't go to the store or anything. What's immunity level? It's nothing like that. Really basically. it's Coleman said I caught it, but you have I don't know how do I say this sending people have so you say it. Yet true. So in America I noticed that you have people like trump's overs and Say they're a bit sometimes There are bit. Crazy in, you know deep deep people who don't trust the media who? Doesn't they don't even read or research. Shinkansen themselves if they believe it's lockdown, they should be able. It's not the kind of thing in Europe itself. Because we're no longer in your. In, Europe oneself they have. A military of the streets in the UK Yukon they're allowing the police to control this. Now UK policing is done different than anything in the state says the in the UK the by consent. So they need incentive for people to be able to do that job. Without the People's said, they've lost basically. You know what kind of makes it a little bit role? Interest in they implemented something. Somebody get fix penalty this. What's a fine basis? So if you're cold outside. And you haven't got a good reason to be an site in the reasons. You. Should be taking daily exercise. So that could be an hour walking around the block or even going to. You know. To the stole because destroys county different. You could be walking around the block that you could take. Days you can go twice. So something but as long as it's an hour, there's no in reading watching. I'm then you've got that you go out if you need to go to. So my mum has. Two weeks now. Today with necessarily now was the first evening would. so you can go out if you look. Then, you can go out to game if you will go shopping so if you need to go to stole food. All. something. Very Not or actual. Slows, would you believe that even McDonalds is close? McConnell leaving the drive through. Yet even the dry own McDonald's in. Close on the Friday. A starbucks is closed. So if they would nonessential bike close now, what gets to me is they've classified building. Of nonessential yet A. Essential working. Now, insolvency were having a stadium bill. Not Ready Stadium, a showcase somewhat office common hold shows arena similar civic. Center. Ono Civic Center is something different in the UK civic. Center is where the council based themselves. So. Today. Yes. So that's the home of the council it used to be named. NUCOR. You Call it a time Cole or it's called. The surveys agreeing the Civic Center Library Family Resource said the the council debating chamber the how you know that's where the Consoles House shall we say very interesting? Yes there are different. But they have their own yet load. This is A. So I'm trying it's like a big. They keep talking about convention centers like the Javid sent it. It's going to be up now this pacified bill and Alcee. Now informs they've classified this as essential. So basically, any kinda been. they've classified old Bilas of projects even though the project is meant to be competed upon he fought. So has no benefit to her own a virus Juno like me. You're putting bill does rhys. Going outside. But the. As. Essential. So the has been some program. You've got the same problem with EPA Marica. Lack off EP well yet, we have the same problem to. I'll give them a promise by mid April actually says they promised three weeks ago. The organised doctors Harris would have eat..
"davies" Discussed on Dead America
"Is craft. And then when you get bored or Lazy Mental Health. It could lead to something worse. So, it could greet to suicide. Or you know. Someone Binge drinking even. What I mean to try themselves numb unsafe get. So we went to do something. We only rerelease a WHO corona value federalism unchlorinated oft week. Basically when no to improve every two days so. Today. Yesterday. No because it's been like Mike yesterday was rewelded disabilities podcast two day. Old Tomorrow. Today my hind start. It will be woods district every two days we release on each of the podcasts now. was quite fun. A lot of recording on a lot of research. What's a bit weird because I don't? Even, though I do like research and you know I walked parts. Yes. I totally get that. Yet. You've to write your script small. AMD. Well don't, you find podcasting invigorates and just knowing that it's a good feeling. and. We we ran across each other I found John, the Internet. Because you're dealing with this car with a disability in in lockdown, that's a low of mental stress. It really is. So as probably my disability I do suffer nominate I suffer from mental health problems because I suffer from disability code is fractious you. It actually is a good even states cold developmental coordination disorder. So dyspraxia is it can affect you in many different ways. I mainly have coordination problems like the full Nuba. Law And I dropped things and I also suffer from dyslexia. Also a bit hard. I enjoy people who enjoy on being spelling mistakes. Now on my own personal facebook, I used to have the Fox I'm dyslexic in my bio. And it's honey when someone says your comment, I checked your face. But then they they feel that they have to. What is it be a teacher with a right mark On rewrite, pick out instead of taking the argument. The pickiest fat and to me. Knowing that they've lost. Is Not further from a bit of that flexi myself. So I do understand what you mean by that and you don't realize it and people don't understand that. You know difference, but you don't realize it until it's too late sometimes. You, read it on. For me what makes me angry because I could talk about the disabled? People with disabilities because in a how it's passed in the in the US but in the UK CASTERS is a learning disability so it's the same as any of a physical disability. So are. You can't discriminate against someone for employment like I said, I went to university or the way for university. It wasn't what he's got a disability we have to make it easy full of. It was he has a disability he needs. Something to change for him to succeed. So it would be. At the moment I get a two weeks on top of my fine moments the two weeks extra the need extra in an examination. So it's not about. Like going easy, I have to do order. So. It's robber about making reasonable adjustments. Now back to reasonable adjustments would utada blind person to go out and see or someone in a wheelchair to get up whole what these people are faced, who like to comment like an rewrite. Of State decisions like that. That's what action to me. That's what they're actually doing is saying, well, you know. They. Rewrite G state US. Redo. All of the spanning. Hope your try and pick on your spanning. But actually they're doing the same kind of fame and going out and cutting somewhat who is by. They should open their eyes and see. You wouldn't do it in. So. Why do they feel that someone? In disability it's fine. Find do something like that, and this is how the conversation that the free of us, resolve Harry elite we're having. We said. Sometimes an at the time was having problems that he fell because wheel tracking cuts would be made so what he would do voluntary. All he would do. All he would go into a ski read. Of two years ago. And it's been racking my brain. But. He came to the free of sitting down on skype having discussion about. The free I agree the. Sometimes. Although we have different disability. So one has a one fish in patent blind when he's in a wheelchair so physical. Disability, and I have. Hidden disability we all have our mental health problems and we all have that sometimes you need to talk to someone we are taking from groups like what we needed. We came up with a with a disability try it another way. And we use to try it on Youtube. So would do some videos on Youtube I can't remember what those with of goal in deleted said. But. We did the. Videos of. Just, random stuff about his life and like you seeing disability our race or our disabilities for our ice told by people with a disability. So. Right then. I just wanted to hold fast lawson up the one about coping with early ice I wanted to talk about. Was Hoping with it now for me personally. It's been a little change like I said I am studying. So me and my group, an unsteady studying is. So east the high time for us. If you're a Christian gentleman, I mean, so we were all meant to. See, stuff is a fast university..
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"With real -Tario radio and he has a podcast the world of disability Terry. Why don't you jump in and tell people about yourself and how you got involved in what you're doing? Okay. So I'm about fifty two years look at stop with begin I live in Wales. On Many people in the US seem to think Wales doesn't exist because in wearing glitch according to senator people just want put it out at no English. You wouldn't call someone who California said from new goal would give. On where actually a different country. So different states but this put out the real Tarot was saw it by friends an offering of us have a different of. My Disabilities Disabilities. Another friend of mine whose name is also Terry. I'm he is blind. Any has Lawrence mom. I'm not even going to try and say the whole thing it's called bb. And another friend of ours who has since last real TALARICO. But still the one, the founders Lee. Is. Witch. and. It was. Will Disability was actually these ideal. and. Because he's back dive. Taken on the bulk the responsibility. Shall we say I'm Lee was a the quality trainer. And very good at it. But he wanted to go into other stuff. So. It was to me. And the whole thing of real terrier was that it was set up in time in two thousand. Twelve two years after the UK government's at decided to make a lot of cuts to this Bill De Budgets to. Just budgets in general. And we wanted to create something that people from home. So people who were facing these cuts to disabled people. Says was a company called Rent Paulie and Veg was to help. People with. SA- via All even people in wheelchairs actually go out and get a job all. In a good adult training centers so they can spend time away from this relief today to allow the family to be able to. I don't know what would you say to have some wrecks? You know to go out on, would go to do something any or. They may cuss to these kinds of budgets so we were thinking. We'd like to do something and then jumped to the twenty th century. How can you do this? While if you have no money all end the best way was infants we hit online radio for it. And that was fun. But it was then time like you said, cre- business we need to change it up a bit we needed to keep. Sue We moved from among Aston about two, thousand eighteen. And that's why we've been the wilder disabilities podcast is new. England episode free. That could be recorded in the morning. So. Yet, tomorrow's exa free beat a seat. On the WHO The with is it's meant to use community. So yet, it's brought to you by real target of a main brand. Shall we say everything is because? We'd like you to listen to or put it together. Because they will actually go together. They gave a lovely but there were different topics and it formed as one show if that makes sense to the your. Yeah. I retain everything to do with. Grow Casting. So I'm in charge of up the of Atari, is in charge of everything to do with the written. So anything to do with media, own lifeboats do a lot of naive. W. E. UPDATES football faithful. So you hold it soccer. Rugby. And stuff like this. This is to normally it goes hand in hand with broadcasts stocks so people would check out our website. See you know on our website and add full. Or Own ads because we don't believe in actually money from this real Tarot is a project between free friends. It would always be object between pre fronts even though if the friends go into Ben's we all seem to come back. During Real Tarot of me, the other Tarry when university angle decrease. my friend. Terry. WHO's lying is a computer scientist. And he studied compete signs I went out and studied logistics. Now I'm studying my second degree so. Two of the stuff that you can do in life what was good we came up with the mantra making the world a solar place from the intimate. Yeah. With Corona virus. Right. Now in the world, what best slogan is Is. Locked. In, meet say ground MOM HO. You know for the fear of even Z's. Or the virus. So what Beth slogan as a today, the making word for incident who would vote in two thousand twelve about one am in the morning Friday, the city Van Rory. When we were coming up with ideas to all my radio, we would actually have. been we all today. With? Corona virus with. PODCASTS I know. Myself I didn't see this. Happen So. Yes. Then jump back to the woods disability. We want to give the sabre people regardless but not only to see people that era's. Therapy talked to people with disability and sometimes they don't. They're unable to talk to people we wanted to give information people. So every Wednesday. And it's been stopped for the time being as we did stop. Around about the time, the UK start into lockdown. From doing a lot of stuff so we could read. And I we could. Stay healthy people with mole you know with the If. You have a disability and you're stuck in the house. So even if you're an old person and you stuck in the House all day and you go out, you've know this. Is a very big. It. Plays on your mental health as well and that.
"davies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Gave the Davies Dave Davies who along with his older brother Ray Davies founded the Kinks in nineteen sixty four you can often recognize the king saw before a single word is song thanks to the sick signature distortion of Dave Davies guitar Dave had a ten watt opal coal amplifier that he hated so he ran the speaker output leads through a vox AC thirty then slashed the speaker cone of the elco which resulted in the epic guitar tone on you really got me and this okay go the the yeah okay we'll post.