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‘Random Robbery’: 18-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Connection To Eddie Hassell Slaying, Dallas

Donna and Steve

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

‘Random Robbery’: 18-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Connection To Eddie Hassell Slaying, Dallas

"Texas Police have made an arrest in connection with the murder of actor Eddie Hassle. Dallas resident John Antoine 18 was taken into custody Wednesday on a capital murder charge, according to the Grand Prairie Police Department. That's a town in between Dallas and Fort Worth. Investigators say that he killed Haskell while stealing a car belonging to the actors girlfriend. So this was like a robbery gone bad. Early in the morning, he was on the surface. The kids are all right. He played a role in that Oscar nominated film and a bunch of other films. If you look at design, Devi, you're like, Oh, yeah, yeah, I'm just one of those actors that it's very sad because, you know, he was very young, only 30 years old, and I bet his girlfriend is just devastated. So terrible,

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"devi" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

Velvet's Edge

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"devi" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

"A mirror to look at she. She kept calling it down there. With the different. A lot of women don't look don't look at. The Beautiful Lips and how they opened up like a flower. I always feel like we should know what what are what are never looking at like how your lips swell. We can get turned down by our own selves and the thing is is that When we realize how much we can turn on our own sounds stop looking for other people to do it for us, which means we start getting into crappy relationship. Looking for someone else to turn us on. Wow backsta thing. Yeah. So if I, if I can aroused by me like I'm looking at my lips swell and I'm like Oh, my God look what I did to me. Like Someone else coming along to do it I. was like I'm not impressed with you right and be that my. Colleagues. What is your character like? What's the right? Like you know how can connect with your spirit? So. Yeah you mentioned that it's different between men and women I WanNa talk more about a woman's mentality and finding her own power and all of those things. But why what is the difference between men and women like what do you see the most between your clients? Yeah so men are much more linear and you know I mean, I, know people are trying to say that men and women are Kinda the same but we're really not enough richer research has been done on the brain of of boys and girls for they'd been assaulted by society. To show us that there's different different chemical compounds in just different ways that via to the world and it's supposed to be different and so men are much more linear than women are you know they're much more life? That's why like I always tell people the example think of father time and Mother Nature there's a reason someone decided that that's what that was. It's not mother time right? Mother Nature is fluid flows. You don't know if the season is coming or going we don't really know what it actually starts. You know all can begin in November and the summer can begin in March and seen that actually happen you know. Where as Time like men are more linear they need they have a stop and start and they see the world very very differently. It is very logical. The way they see it as like sheep and blocks that must fit into certain places and it's not always less emotional than we are, but it's that day and it's not even if they're shown how be emotional, they just showed their emotions in different ways than we do. The way I approach nail clients, not the same way but I like I'm not going to go dance naked in a mirror. claimed. His specialty. He probably doesn't need to do that. In fact, what he actually needs to do is to connect with peanuts with his heart and get more in touch. With with those pieces. All right. So this thing they're going to be a little bit different. But there's a difference and that's okay. Do you see more men having the ability to own their power I'm just thinking through in my life and even my dating life, the men that I dated, they always just know what they want. You know like I have found it hard as a woman and I don't know if this is my personality. This is because I'm a female or what it is but to find my voice and within relationship specifically and so like these kind of exercises even getting to know my own body, my own desires of my own wants and needs. Has helped me to find my power a little bit more but do you think that men naturally do that a little easier? I don't know that men feel. That they're powerful but they've been taught to project. F. A. R.. Oh. Yeah. Okay. That makes sense sense. Yeah. Yeah there are some men who indeed do not feel like they're in power and control at all and they're harboring you know some of the deepest hurts and wounds ever because they don't feel safe enough to discuss that with anyone and so they actually become very rigid in a sense to try and contain themselves and that can look like power but it's really a denial of the self and from the known men, they still have to unravel as well and dig into those hurts and those teams in those fears that they have. What is that look like to connect the penis with the heart I liked that you said that? When I worked male clients it was physical. Yeah and you know it's interesting that it's got. It's different. So men responsible touch a different way and it helps to open them up and help and help them to to feel safer. Just you know just like talk talking to a man doing talk therapy what I'm not. Doing that didn't always seem to connect. and so I'm training Ricky Energy Healing Modality and also and Contra energetic other energetic healing modalities, and I would literally just do like massage on their body contract massage I would whisper things in their ear just to kind of reset their brain words of affirmation which many arrive off on just to help them be set often do lingam massage or Lingam is the sense where for for peanut some clients really felt like they were supposed to have a happy ending that was not with us about and. What is it about because that's what I actually just to. No it's really about learning how to harvest that the same way women harness their powerful technology. It's really about learning how to harness that power that arousal state draw back up in the body energize the body energizes by polity to energizes life. and. So the mid would actually be feeling more refreshed whereas if I listened the Japanese everywhere, they would have been depleted. Okay and so they it was a way to to energize their the life worth back into their. Body it's also way to help them learn how to last longer. Right. Well, that's a great side added bonus. Man is connecting his penis, his heart. What is the work of a woman that you see in most cases? Is it finding her power? For most one of what I seen. Is that it is finding a way to open the throat and. Combustion. Can Imagine Canal. Some of finding a way to take that creativity harnessed in my area and allow it to come up out of us. In the words that we say in our desires speaking what we want and being clear and being responsible. For for for our desires for what we want, what do you mean being responsible? So perfect example is a skit that I that I saw on Youtube but News a woman came over she sitting on a couch. Watching TV or whatever, and she like squeegees.

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Stevie Wonder leaves Motown and releases two new songs

The Breakfast Club

02:46 min | 6 months ago

Stevie Wonder leaves Motown and releases two new songs

"Stevie wonder had a new kidney. He had a kidney transplant last year. He said he feels thirty years younger after that. Any also announced that he is leaving motown. So He's been on motown forever. So that's a big deal and he put out to new songs as well. So we actually have one of those songs for you right now and this song is called can't put it in the hands of fate. It's a call to action with rhapsody, Corday CHICA and BUSTA rhymes. Don't repeat many. took notes from the Peter you Samah Vitamin. Apologize. Made debts legal. When the dog equal. A debt. Town got to find. The. Time was raised by Mother Nature in the projects in the mid war withdraws. Was Easy to spot the government. Dropped include Bob Rhapsody who there? Yes. They get busy. Telling me one did leave and motown is like telling me somebody died that I thought vindicated who the hell thought. stevie wonder was still on motown. I no clue until either. Let's hear Stevie wonder's part of the song as well. You. have to make a change. Again. Wouldn't. told. US. Can't. Okay timeless talent, timeless talents devi one absolutely. Never forget the brass club hats TV WANNA come saying happy happy birthday to Senator Hilary Clinton when she was running for president in two thousand sixteen. She didn't win. Of course I a great moment it was. Put out another sound call whereas I love song this is under his new. So what's the Fuss Music Label with republic records all the proceeds from is our love song will be donated to feeding America. You know he was on Motown for sixty years all right now oprah. Seaport seventy years old. Wow. Sixty is. To leave and kept he probably kept on signing again masturbate I. Don't know if he got on TV hope he has some I can almost guarantee stevie wonder message

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Stevie Wonder releases 2 new songs after announcing that he's leaving Motown

The Breakfast Club

02:46 min | 6 months ago

Stevie Wonder releases 2 new songs after announcing that he's leaving Motown

"Stevie wonder had a new kidney. He had a kidney transplant last year. He said he feels thirty years younger after that. Any also announced that he is leaving motown. So He's been on motown forever. So that's a big deal and he put out to new songs as well. So we actually have one of those songs for you right now and this song is called can't put it in the hands of fate. It's a call to action with rhapsody, Corday CHICA and BUSTA rhymes. Don't repeat many. took notes from the Peter you Samah Vitamin. Apologize. Made debts legal. When the dog equal. A debt. Town got to find. The. Time was raised by Mother Nature in the projects in the mid war withdraws. Was Easy to spot the government. Dropped include Bob Rhapsody who there? Yes. They get busy. Telling me one did leave and motown is like telling me somebody died that I thought vindicated who the hell thought. stevie wonder was still on motown. I no clue until either. Let's hear Stevie wonder's part of the song as well. You. have to make a change. Again. Wouldn't. told. US. Can't. Okay timeless talent, timeless talents devi one absolutely. Never forget the brass club hats TV WANNA come saying happy happy birthday to Senator Hilary Clinton when she was running for president in two thousand sixteen. She didn't win. Of course I a great moment it was. Put out another sound call whereas I love song this is under his new. So what's the Fuss Music Label with republic records all the proceeds from is our love song will be donated to feeding America. You know he was on Motown for sixty years all right now oprah. Seaport seventy years old. Wow. Sixty is. To leave and kept he probably kept on signing again masturbate I. Don't know if he got on TV hope he has some I can almost guarantee stevie wonder message

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Derrick Henry on tossing Josh Norman: ‘I’ve been doing a lot of curls’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 6 months ago

Derrick Henry on tossing Josh Norman: ‘I’ve been doing a lot of curls’

"For another score. Titans running back Derrick Henry has a TD on another run. He shook off ex Washington cornerback Josh Norman. Yes, he's with the Bills right now. He shook Norman off an embarrassing fashion of tweeted. The video at Devi Presto. PGA Tour World number one Dustin

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Early Explorations of AI for Creativity with Devi Parikh

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

05:10 min | 8 months ago

Early Explorations of AI for Creativity with Devi Parikh

"Art, everyone I am here with Davy. Pathetic Davey is an associate professor in the school, of Interactive, computing at Georgia Tech as well as a research scientist at facebook. Ai. Research Davey welcome to the tomato podcast. Thanks for having me. is great to get a chance to to speak with you learn a bit about what you're up to as is typical at love for us to start by having you introduce yourself a little bit to our audience and in particular share. The source of your. Interest in computer vision in a and what led you to the field. Chuck I think my interest in this field started in, I think about the thirty of Undergrad, my junior year budge program had several research projects. Students could get involved in and especially a funny story. I was interested in computer architecture at the time and I thought I had signed on for the computer architecture project. But then when they were matching students to project I somehow got assigned to. This machine learning project, which at the time we were calling pattern recognition because I was just department, and that's what we call the then But say. Accidentally. ACCIDENTALLY ENDED UP ON A. Over two choices was it sounds like a Potpourri kind of glass. I. Said this was this was meant to be like a free form of. Wasn't in class, it was meant to be research projects, industrial projects that students could work on credit and so this was true that and so that's how I started working in the states I enjoyed it enough to WanNa, go to Grad School in Grad School. And then the transition to computer vision happened about in the first year of overnight started my PhD. was working on a pattern recognition and machine learning problems for intrusion detection in computer networks But then I had colleagues around me who working on images computer vision, and they could visually see the output of the things that they would working on. which to me is that affects us a intuitive and mortar feeling and I think that's where. The draw came from and I switched, I worked with that and that's what I've been doing. All, these years since. Awesome, and you've been at Georgia tech for our how long I think about four years three and a half four years. No. Okay. Cool. And you're also as I mentioned, add at facebook. Are you kind of equally at both or how do you out of the? Out For you yeah, yeah. Yes. I split my time between Georgia Tech and fair I'm at Georgia Tech in the faults and physically in Atlanta from about mid August to mid. December. Or so But I'm teaching classes and things of that sort. And then I'm on the from Georgia tech in the spring and then, and that's what I'm spending time in the spring and summer. Of. site. That's much cleaner fit or split than I imagined. Yeah. Yeah, and I like that it's this clean. I can't that our colleagues who have like one day a week. And flying back and forth goes to Costa, I just use like a large. This much cleaner won't be. Slid. Yeah So tell us a little bit about your current research interests. How do you Focus Your your research at Georgia? Tech Slash Fair. like like we were talking about my background is in computer vision in the last several years five, seven years. At this point, I've done a lot of work intersection of vision language, some things like visual question on sitting image captioning and things of that sort. So that's been sort of my my main research agenda. This whole time and continues to beat is ten, spend a lot of time on it. But in the last couple of years have gotten more and more interested in problems at the intersection of. India. Deputy and so it's still very early, very exported. But I've been thinking about that quite a bit does won't outside. But my time between vision anguish things also some body day. I would agents in virtual environments and things like that. But like I said more recently, I've been thinking a lot about the tippity. And did the work in an language or vision in language lead directly to the I in creativity or? What kind of burned that interest? Yeah. I think it's hard to kind of. And figure out exactly what got me interested in this, I think overall I've generally had an intonation towards a systems that are interacting with people, and so I think my interest vision and language also was the language offered. My background is in vision, but I think what drew me to language was the fact that it's sort of a very natural interface for humans for people to interact with these systems and ask questions. Get the descriptions from the machine and get a sense for what the machine might be seeing and things like that So I think it is that human-eye interaction collaboration aspect that also interests me. is also one of the reasons why I'm excited about. Activities, deputies,

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"devi" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:39 min | 11 months ago

"devi" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan welcome back to Encyclopedia Monica. Are Women of the day was Maverick and legend. She survived extreme poverty, child, marriage and abuse before. Getting herself as India's bandit queen. Famous for her acts of revenge. She eventually rose to a different kind of power that of a politician. Let's talk about Phoolan Devi. Fool was born in nineteen, sixty, three, the fourth and youngest child of Mula and Debbie Uddin Molla only fool on, and her sister lived to adulthood. Members of the Malla or boatman caste fulanse. In a rural village in the northern Indian State of Utah Pradesh. Even as a child. On was known for her sharp tongue, her strong convictions and her violent temper. She wants staged a sit in to protect in ancient trees scheduled to be cut down her family's land. She fought off emily elders, leveling her own physical and verbal attacks before being beaten unconscious with a brick. At the age of Eleven Fulani was married off to Putin Law Mala a man three times her age. At his home, several hundred miles away from her own village. On suffered beatings and sexual abuse. After several attempts at running away, she was returned to her own family disgrace. But home didn't offer much of a respite for Fu on. After, cousin accused her of petty theft Fulani was jailed beaten for three days by local authorities. When she was released, fulanse family begged her abusive husband to take her back. He did she was just sixteen years old? But after a few months fool on once again returned home. This time her husband's family sent a message under no circumstances. Would they accept her back? Rather than face a lifetime of being marked a social pariah, or perhaps, because she had nothing left to lose fool on ran away and joined one of the many bandit gangs that roamed her state. But this decision didn't bring fool on the freedom. She seemingly craved. Instead, she was repeatedly brutalized by the gang's leader Babu. After three. Days Gang second-in-command Vikram Mala Step Dan. He Killed Babu saved Fulani and assumed leadership of the game. Despite both being legally married, Phoolan and Vikram soon struck up a romance. A few weeks later, the gang attacked fulanse husband's village. Lon dragged him out of his house and stabbed him. She left him lying in the road, bleeding out in front of his neighbors. She also left note directed at older men. Don't marry young girls. Phoolan and Vikram quickly gained notoriety in the region. There gang became famous for their Robin Hood like crimes, attacking and looting, upper castes, communities, kidnapping, wealthy people for ransom and targeting flashy cars and highway robberies, eventually victim and fulanse relationship along with cast differences caused a rift within the gang. Victim was killed in a gunfight. Fulani on was kidnapped by the rival faction and take into their village of. For Two weeks she was gang raped by twenty two men. Then she escaped. On reconnected with the surviving members of the other faction, forming an all Malla cast gang. Few months later, they descended on the village of Bamut. All twenty two phoolan's rapists were shot dead. What came to be known as the massacre sparked outrage across India. Tire Prudential's chief minister resigned. A massive but unsuccessful manhunt. The authorities tried to paint her as dangerous criminal. Instead Phoolan became a folk hero. A career dedicated to stealing from the rich who had gained the support and protection for. The massacre was seen as an act of righteous rebellion against the caste system. Up Against Abuse of power. Phoolan was the ultimate societal underdog, four lower caste woman abandoned by her husband brutalized by men. And yet she had gotten her revenge. She was finally free. Fool was crowned the bandit queen by the local press. They bestowed the honorific Debbie to her name, which comes from the Sanskrit word for goddess. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, after two years on the run, full-on turned herself into the police. She was charged with forty-eight crimes, murder, arson, plundering and kidnapping for ransom. For Eleven years lawn sat in jail, awaiting trial in nineteen, ninety four. The state withdrew all charges and released fool on. A movie bandit Queen was released and was considered a loose portrayal of her life. After getting out of jail, fool on began pursuing politics. She was twice elected to parliament as a member of the Samaj Body a Democratic Socialist Party. In two thousand and one fool on was gunned down in front of her home in New Delhi, by former bandit rivals. She was just thirty seven years old. The main gunman Sher Singh Rana was convicted in two thousand, fourteen. The other ten accused walked free. All may we're talking about Mavericks and legends? We're highlighting women who went against prescribe gender norms to make a name for themselves for better or for worse. Some of these women did incredible things for society and should be celebrated. Others had a big impact. That wasn't so rosy. The collection of women were featuring. This month is complex and nuanced much like all women are. For more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll Manica weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia. Britannica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan Special thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator Talk to you tomorrow..

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:14 min | 11 months ago

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"Know and I would just cut these little experiments together. You know if there was like A. pop-up Amusement Park. That came into town. I would go, and while you're working while I, was working out with literally I would work and then I would go and I would just shoots. I would shoot time lapse of everything. Shoot myself sleeping time lapse just to see what it looked like. Moon Moonlighting is like an amateur stock film, whatever yeah, just just like just experiment and see what? What? How can I make? The images look better? Here's what editing is like. Oh this is holding a camera camera on just getting a feel for lenses like real life, because I had a really good feel for them. In a virtual environment, but How can I really kind of get in real life and I think at that point had transit at some point I think on constant transitioned to devi x one hundred, which is like the that's above the gold standard. That's that's the class. The class on our absolutely yeah, and I was big on. It was at that time that I was big on the DV Xu's reforms. If you guys remember those, of course absolutely, so that was like my so I would work on the movies and get all that experience would go, and I would shoot and posting to the acts user. Wait you

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"devi" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

15:38 min | 11 months ago

"devi" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Nightmares continue and Soon James. Start saying airplane crash on fire during the day like when he's playing with his toy planes except he's not really playing he's actually like reenacting plane crash over and over again. Eventually Jane starts talking in more detail about the crash. This usually happens right before bed when he's maybe a little drowsy. One Night Andrew Bruce. Ask Him who the little man is and he says. James they figure he's just repeating his own name. They ask him what kind of plane. James's in he says a Corsair a Corsair that takes off from a boat. Now James has been to a flight museum a couple of times with his dad but he's never seen a corsair. His parents are positive. He's never even heard of one then a few days later they asked him about the boat that this plane supposedly took off from James. Says it's called Anna Toma. They do an Internet search and they learned that the no Toma was an aircraft carrier in the Pacific during World War. Two then a few nights later James tells them that his plane was shot down when they ask who did it. He rolls his eyes and says to his parents like they're idiots. The Japanese Andrea realizes. Her son isn't having nightmares. He's having war flashbacks. There's no way James could have picked all this up from a book or a movie because even at two years old he knows things about the planes that you'd have to be an expert to know like he knows that the toy plane his mom buys him doesn't have a bomb attached. It's a drop tank. He knows certain quirks about the course airplanes. Like for example. He says they always get flat tires. Then one day. Bruce is looking at a photo book of the Battle of Iwo Jima. James crawls into his lap sees an aerial shot of the island and says here daddy here is where my plane was shot down. James also starts to drop vivid pictures of airplane crashes and he signs them James Three. He tells his parents is because he's the third James. Now Bruce is Christian and reincarnation goes against pretty much everything he believes. He's still thinking it all might be a coincidence but Andrea feels differently. She's pretty sure. James is having some kind of past life memory. They decide to as James if there's anyone else with him in his dream and he says. There's someone named Jack Larson so Bruce Decides to go looking for this Jack Larson. He makes contact with a couple of veterans who flew from the Toma. The first thing he finds out is that no course airs ever flew off the Natoli which to Bruce is good news. It means James supposed. Memory of the crash can't be accurate. But there is a Jack Larson who flew planes from the NATOMA. And who still alive Bruce. Tracks him down at his home in Arkansas and asked him if he remembers any pilots getting shot down during the battle of Iwo Jima Larson's as he can think of only one a twenty one year old named James Hudson Junior. He was the only pilot to go out that day. And not make back. Bruce later found out from eye-witnesses that James Houston's plane was hit in the exact same way that their son James had described it right in the engine and that signature James Three if James Lining are was James Houston Junior reincarnated that would indeed make him the third James. The liners wrote a book about this whole experience. That came out in two thousand nine now to some people. That's a red flag. Parents are often accused of beating false memories to their children in order to make money off of them. But when you think about it why picked such an obscure person? It took the liner's two years to figure out the identity of James Houston Junior. You'd think they'd pick someone easier to find. And is one single book deal that takes like eight or so years to materialize. Really enough motivation to go through all of this effort by the time the book was published. James was eleven and he remembered little of his past life. Memories Mrs Comet. These memories tend to come on early around the time children start talking and they start to fade by the ages of like six or seven shanty. Debbie was an exception. Her memories actually stayed with her entire life. This may have been because the other lie she remembered was so close to her own both in terms of when it took place and wear in the majority of cases though these memories are fleeting still. They may be the most convincing. Proof of reincarnation. We have psychiatrist. Ian Stevenson. Spent Forty Years Investigating Children's past life memories with each case. He tried to determine how many statements child made that could be independently verified as true after studying twenty five hundred cases. He was convinced that at least some of the time a personality or a soul does survive after death and it can then inhabit another human being. There was simply no other rational way to explain what he was seeing Stevenson studied. Sean Davies story at least twice once in the early sixties and then again in the mid eighties. Shortly before Shanti died he never came out and said that it was Absolu- proof of reincarnation but he never said that about any case he only said that he could determine through strict scientific methods that she made twenty four statements about her past life. That verified facts. Stevenson passed away in two thousand seven but his successor. Jim Tucker entered over two thousand of Stevenson's cases into a database and drew some general conclusions about this phenomena. Children tend to remember lives of people who are the same gender as them and who were from the same country as them and most of the time in their past life they died young or in a violent way or sometimes both like the case of James Houston Junior. This may account for why more past life cases involve boys than girls. Men tend to die of violent or unnatural causes more often than women strangely when Tucker looked at the death statistics for the US. He found that men made up the same number of unnatural deaths in real life. Seventy two percent as they do in the cases he was studying all these similarities. Seem to Erie to. Just be a coincidence. If these memories are all fantasies why do they mirror real life so closely and there's another strange aspect to this phenomenon. That's even harder to explain away. Some of these children aren't just remembering a previous life. Be actually can remember.

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Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself

Your Brain on Facts

04:56 min | 11 months ago

Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself

"While at the medical pneumatic institute of Bristol in the seventeen ninety s Humphry Davy studied gases studied by inhaling. The today's theme was still in any way unclear. Devi would set up chemical reactions and then inhale the resulting gas one gas gave him a pleasant sensation and the impulse to laugh at everything he had discovered. Nitrous oxide though. His initial attempts were meant to reproduce the pleasurable effects of opium and alcohol. Davey would ultimately recommend the use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic. Your dentist gives you a blend of fifty percent nitrous and fifty percent oxygen but devi was huffing hundred percent nitrous oxide which is probably why he enjoyed it enough to start hosting parties. Were friends would inhale it from silk bags when it came time to test his polio vaccine. Dr Jonas Salk decided to avoid the long drawn out. Human clinical trial process the only suitable tests subject was himself and his family in nineteen forty seven. Salt was working on a vaccine for the crippling disease. While at the University of Pittsburgh he needed a healthy volunteer to test it and administered it to himself his wife and their three sons. It worked and was soon implemented in a nationwide test that showed dramatic results in two years. Polio cases decreased from twenty nine thousand to less than six thousand salk didn't patent the vaccine in assisted that it should remain free and available to everyone saying. Could you patent the Sun as a result? He's often remembered. As one of history's great humanitarian. Since Dr Olivier Immune System was a brilliant cardiologists zone practice in the second half of the twentieth century when he developed a life hindering addiction to alcohol fearing for his life. He immersed himself in a rehab therapy but nothing worked so he did the only thing he felt he could. He took his treatments into his own hands. Searching For a cure he happened upon back. Lafon a muscle relaxant. That had been used for years but it shown promising results in studies with laboratory animals addicted to a variety of substances Doctor Amos in prescribe himself the drug and experimented with increasingly higher doses until he finally reached a level that left him free of any craving for alcohol. He published his results in two thousand and four which a team of Italian scientists tested with promising results in two thousand eight Werner forsman was German urologist who during his surgical training in nineteen twenty. One pioneered the technique of cardiac catheterization the inserting a catheter into the heart. To measure the pressure inside and decide whether a patient needs surgery building on the work of scientists who has successfully catheterization a horse in eighteen sixty one force was inspired to try to replicate that work in humans but couldn't get permission for human trials of such a dangerous sounding experiment undeterred. He asked an operating room nurse to procure the necessary equipment. She agreed but only on the noble condition that he experimented on her rather than trying to do it to himself. No sooner was she prepped. On the table than foresman anesthetize his own arm and made a cut inserting the catheter. Twelve inches or thirty centimeters into his name. He then casually climbed two flights of stairs to the X. Ray Sweet before threading it all the way into his heart and having an x ray done to check the placement. He was later forced to resign from that hospital. Then hired back and fired again in the early thirties doctors. Herbert Woollard an Edward Carmichael. Notice that when an internal organ was damaged patient sometimes felt pain in unconnected parts of their body. They decided to deliberately damaged one of their own internal organs to study the effects. But what internal organ did they have? That was both critical and easily damaged. Maybe one or a pair of ones that's effectively on the outside of the body for easy access Yup. They chose to experiment with their gentlemen's BITs to study pain in their notes. Willard in Carmichael recorded that the testes was drawn forward and placed under a Pan that could hold weights though they recorded. Neither whose testees. Who did the drawing forward weights were added to the Pan and the resulting sensations were recorded. The pair performed the experiment. Multiple Times sometimes injecting various sections of the testicles with local anesthetic to

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"devi" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Fulani was born in nineteen sixty three the fourth and youngest child of Moolah and W Uddin Molla only fool on and her sister lived to adulthood members of the Malla or boatman. Caste fulanse family lived in a rural village in the northern Indian state. Utah Pradesh even as a child who was known for sharp tongue her strong convictions and violent temper. She wants staged a sit in to protect an ancient tree scheduled to be cut down on her family's land. She fought off family elders. Leveling her own physical and verbal attacks before being beaten unconscious with the brick age of eleven. Who WAS MARRIED OFF TO NOT LAW? Malla a man three times her age at his home several hundred miles away from her own village. Phoolan suffered beatings and sexual abuse. After several attempts at running away she was returned to her own family in disgrace but home didn't offer much of a respite for fool on after cousin accused. Her of petty theft Fulani was jailed and beaten for three days by local authorities. When she was released fulanse family begged her abusive husband to take her back he did. She was just sixteen years old but after a few months fool on once again. Returned home this time. Her husband's family sent a message. Under no circumstances would they accept her back rather than face a lifetime of being marked a social pariah or perhaps because she had nothing left to lose on ran away and joined one of the many bandit gangs that roamed her state. But this decision didn't bring fool on the freedom. She seemingly craved instead. She was repeatedly brutalized by the gang's leader. Babu after three days gang second in command Vikram Malla stepped in he killed. Babu saved fool on an assumed leadership of the game. Despite both being legally married Phoolan and Vikram soon struck up a romance a few weeks later. The gang attacked fulanse husband's village lund dragged him out of his house and stabbed him. She left him lying in the road bleeding out in front of his neighbors. She also left a note. Directed older men. Don't marry young girls. Phoolan and Vikram quickly gained notoriety in the region. Gang became famous for their Robin Hood like crimes attacking and looting upper castes communities kidnapping wealthy people for ransom and targeting flashy cars and highway robberies eventually Vikram and Phoolan's relationship along with cast differences caused a rift within the gang. Victim was killed in a gunfight. Fulani was kidnapped by the rival faction and take into their village of BEM for two weeks. She was gang-raped. By twenty two men then she escaped. Buluan reconnected with the surviving members of the other faction forming an all. Malla cast gang few months later. They descended on the village of Bamut. All twenty two fulanse rapists. Were shot dead? We came to be known. As the BA- my massacre sparked outrage across India Utah. Pradesh's chief minister resigned a massive but unsuccessful. Manhunt for fool on was launched. The authorities tried to paint her as a dangerous criminal instead. Fulani became a folk hero after a career dedicated to stealing from the rich fool on had gained the support and protection for the massacre was seen as an act of righteous rebellion against the caste system against rape against abuse of power fool on was the ultimate societal underdog. Four cast woman abandoned by. Her husband brutalized by men and yet she had gotten her bench. She was finally free. Phoolan was crowned the bandit queen by the local press. They bestowed the honorific. Davey to her name. Which comes from the Sanskrit word for goddess in Nineteen eighty-three? After two years on the run on turned herself into the police. She was charged with forty eight crimes murder. Arson plundering and kidnapping for ransom. For eleven years. Yulon sat in jail awaiting trial in nineteen ninety four. The state withdrew all charges and released on a movie. Mandic queen was released and was considered a loose portrayal of her life. After getting out of jail fool on began pursuing politics. She was twice elected to parliament as a member of the Samaj Body a Democratic Socialist Party in two thousand one fool on was gunned down in front of her home in New Delhi. By former bandit rivals. She was just thirty seven years.

"devi" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Like these are all groups like the Belgian see like Pro Congolese control of Belgium like the Belgians weren't Pro-nazi but like these Belgian start to get pro-nazi now because they realize there's like this white identity thing but also this this weird religion that is more attractive to them than actual national socialism would have been. It's interesting I mean. It seems like part of her effectiveness is in like having so many little bits of things people to latch onto so that even if you don't agree with the larger ideology Y- There's a worm on a hook that will get you in. That's called syncretism. That's what syncretism really is is like all these different things kind of. It's like a category of ideology with like Nazism at the core. All these things sticking to it and these things get other people stuck to them. So like yeah. That's what we start to see happening in the early nineteen sixties In nineteen sixty two Savitri was in England again for a gathering of worldwide Nazis that included Bastard pod main character George Lincoln Rockwell. Oh I know this. Nah Not really bad. That'S L R to get way. Yeah we're not great. Okay Savitri. Debbie was one of the signatories for the World Union of National Socialists and proposed organization to form a quote combat efficient international apparatus to facilitate a return to Nazi values and the extermination of non whites from western nations. Now ones wound up being a bust for several reasons including the fact that Russia was almost immediately kicked out of the United Kingdom but he and Savitri developed a friendly relationship. The leader of the American Nazi party had been on the lookout for a new American fascist. Religion something esoteric and enchanting that. He could use to draw in new members in a way that national socialist political theory and unvarnished racism. Just did not and he must have thought. The lightning in the sun had some potential for he published an abridged version of the book in the National Socialist World magazine the lightning in the US. The lightning in the Senate should be said could be a why book that like is out right now. I it might be two entirely on Esther. Double a book might actually be. Nazi propaganda. Hidden is young adult. The show you can't put it past. Yeah yeah no no much like for example. The bail base wait. What yet as a base. Where Nazis did you not hear that. Oh Adam Todd Brown great article about this for crack the base vases was a Nazi submarine base. If you watch the music video for all that she wants is another baby the woman who just wants another baby to get on welfare is like holding a star of David the entire time. And there's all these long lingering shots of it. There's a bunch of other stuff. The sign that they saw is clearly a swastika. If you listen to the lyrics it's fucked up for we have to blaze past that right now. I found I found a book called lightning on the Sun. That's pretty close to Nazi shit. It's about a guy named Glenn. Miller is a store. Yeah Glen Schmidt who I'd be Nazi a Moon God. Yup that's Nazi shit there. It is or anti-nazi since knots was all about the sun. God it could be either. Really Savitri. Debbie would go on to spend the bulk of her remaining years in India travelling irregularly when the demands of her national socialist beliefs took her around the world. She remained convinced all her life that Hitler would return. Either in a new incarnation or after revealing that he had somehow survived the war and lead a resurgent Nazism to global victory. She retired in nineteen seventy living for a time at the home of a friend. Francois Dior in England. That's the Dior. You're thinking of really. Yeah it's well it's it's like the daughter I think of the woman who created the line. Yeah Oh good big Nazi backer before the war. Yeah Wow okay learn. More Fashion Knowledge Savitri. Debbie was kicked out of yours house eventually for her twin habits of refusing to bathe ever and chewing garlic constantly. Kelly disgusting I. That's what gets the reaction. She's terrible chewing garlic a lot over this summer. It helps preserve your voice. I don't think that's why she was doing. Does she While chewing on garlic do we know What happened to her cats? Oh solid question Jamie. Well she had pet cats into twenty minutes she left Nazi Germany with she. I was just about to say. She spent most of her remaining years living alone. In India with dozens sometimes have pet cats. At least one cobra she always had a fuck low. Two cats yeah. This woman couldn't get away from her cats. I think one thing about her that the cats live long that the original twenty cats she left behind would still be alive. But that's because I think a lot of them were. I think a lot of oh she. She was taking them with I. I don't know precisely but my assumption based on having I know Savitri Devi is that she would have absolutely tried to get back her original cats if it was possible. She was very indicates. Yeah okay would not have abandoned the cats. I don't think she was. She was real consistent about that part Yeah as she grew older. Debbie became more and more convinced that the United States represented the most fertile ground for the growth of the Esoteric Nazi religion. She had spent her life helping to construct in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. She decided to travel to the United States to do what she could do to help. American Nazism break out as a national force. She died on the way while staying at a friend's house. In Great Britain her ashes however finally made it across the pond to the United States of America. In American Nazis laid to rest by sprinkling her on their Heroes Grave. George Lincoln Rockwell Rockwell and Savitri debusschere grave. Yeah Wow okay. So she's like okay. Yeah you know who doesn't share a grave with George Lincoln Rockwell and Savitri Debbie the products and services? We're about hawk. Yes for now. You never know for now for now. Hi everybody my name. Is Max. Homa Shane Bacon? And we want to tell you about our new podcast get a grip with Maxima and Shane vacant a PGA Tour champion and a guy that has dreamed his whole life to be on the largest stage compete in the biggest events and have a chance at making history in a sport. That has been a bit of a roller coaster for me as a professional. I the only reason you chase this dream of being a pro is you could one day. Become a crossover media darling. Youtube could be co host of a podcast and that dream is now a reality. Maximum will take it through life on the PGA tour and our goal is to allow you in as we both pay our respective ransom bills from this silly sport that we can't help but love to do us a favor. Download and subscribe to get a grip with maximum shame bacon. It's our opportunity to bring to life the conversations we are already having the ransom tangents. We will tackle in the best and worst parts of being a professional golfer way. More best parts Bro. Listen and follow. Get a grip of Maximun. Shane Bacon on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. We're back we're back so Savitri Davies dead. Good Nellie but this is not the end for her not really. Because starting in the late nineteen seventies a famous Holocaust denier publisher Ernst Zindel had found her old workin started pushing it back into circulation now. It only developed limited audience in those early postwar days but now nearly twenty years later People were ready for Esoteric Hitlerism. The book Hitler's Priestess Notes. But the late nineteen seventies. The historical experience of the Third Reich was quickly receding into the past as popular literature and films ably demonstrated. Nazism was becoming something. Mythical even fantastic and also plastic that could be combined with novel Associations Eighties Lyrics by publishing the work of Savitri Devi Zindel aim to create a new Kotik interest in Hitler linking him to ancient mysteries the world of nature and powerful religious symbols drawn from the Orient. See she was. She saying there by saying it's plastic. 'cause he's pointing out these weird movies now about like Nazis on the moon you know you've got these fanciful stories like Wolfenstein. These games about like Nazi like all of this. This this fictional world that's been built up like mythology built up around the Nazis. Usually not by people who are actual Nazis and a lot of cases just by people who are like well. They're the worst people ever so I can make.

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"devi" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"The Hologram Decoy. Oh no the whole Hologram is absolutely equal okay. Now one of these conversations That Savitri had with a former earmarked soldier is worth me reading out here. And I'M GONNA quote again from the book. Hitler's priestess quote continuing his narrative to postwar conditions occupied Germany the old fighters face darkened. Nice people to talk about freedom and justice these damned Democrats they have titus hand and foot so we cannot move. They have muzzled us. So we could offer no resistance while they plunder our country left and right dismantle and carry off our factories piece by piece cut down their forests. Take our oil or iron or steel all that we have and into the bargain make people believe that we were to blame for the war. These confounded liars. He lusted for revenge. He longed for the day when the last allies ran for their lives to escape Germany when Paris would lay in ruins at its next German occupation. Next time he would show neither mercy nor good. Humor Savitri. Debbie felt. A sense of mounting. Excitement is mood became ever uglier and he began to describe an raised voice. How he would kill his enemies. This was the spirit she sought. The rolling is of a wounded animal. A war God of the Stone Age thirsting for blood barbaric magnificence. It was a perfect meeting of minds the violent resentful German the area and prophets of revenge. The Day of reckoning seemed already nearer. Okay and she's a fun trip to Germany. I mean I you know I. She had me at the beginning with the you know feeling plundered in betrayed by the Democratic Party. Sure yes that's a strong was talking about the Democratic Party though. I know I know. They're Robert Away from the MIC at that point. What else can I do? I can confirm. You're not away from the mic as everyone really you were right up on this is revisionist. This is absurd this is Savitri Devi levels of revisionist. You're the Savitri deputy of this. That's so mean. At least make me deal with homes of this podcast. Geez not earned that yet. Jay Make me a fun one. Make me a fun bastard. Coma and make me a fun. Tragic one with a pony tail. At least yeah. There's nothing tragic about Savitri now. So she returned to France and December of nineteen forty eight immediately began to write a book gold in the furnace about her experiences and her growing conception of Hitlerism something beyond what the old National Socialists had really believed in February of nineteen forty nine three chapters into her book. Savitri Debbie was arrested by French authorities. She spent a total of six months. Yet because you know it's illegal to be a Nazi for good reason. I'm like wait. Hold unpack that. Yes I understand Yeah she spent a total of six months. In pretrial detention prison. After her conviction for spreading Nazi propaganda. The time behind bars was good for Savitri as it historically often is for Nazis who fancy themselves writers liquor idol Adolf Hitler. She used to prison time as an excuse to finish your first book. Just use it as like a sabbatical as one would a sabbatical. Yeah it's an old Nazi story. She also took the opportunity to meet even more old Nazis. A lot of national socialists were still imprisoned by the British occupation forces and these old fighters were all too happy to talk with Savitri. Devi her dearest friend in the prison was a former wardrobes from the Bergen. Belsen concentration camp a quote. Beautiful looking woman. A blonde of about my age endeavors words She claimed this war criminal had the classical beauty of chieftain's wife in ancient Germany and again this was a woman who worked at a concentration camp voluntarily languages. So Yeah Yeah writes about like how cruel this woman's imprisonment was and how nice the concentration camps was like. She's trash she's she's trish absolute trash. I'm not going to spend a lot of time. Debunking her shit like she's garbage. Yeah and it's crazy. I mean it's like she is the one that Ha- that is like providing all of this information to she is the source it. Yeah she is the source again. I say it enough. She never had the Klutz book to actually go to Nazi Germany while it existed. I think because number one she would have been disappointed because like none of this this weird religious shit she attached to it was an actual part of Nazism in Nazi Germany. Like she would've like she would have been like a a just like she got knocked up by some Nazi like at the orders of Heinrich Himmler. But she wouldn't have She wouldn't have been eating special in Nazi Germany. The odds are good like maybe they would have tried to use her to like propagandize because she knew much languages. I don't know they might have like Hetero reach out to India but probably she would have just been another person. I don't know I think that's an interesting aspect of it. That isn't emphasized enough. She just wasn't willing to actually go to Nazi Germany. They she claimed ruled. Yeah cool cool. So well in late nineteen forty-nine Savitri Debbie was again a free woman and she published her first book to widespread acclaim from the International Nazi community from this point on Debbie became a prolific author writing up every significant event in her life through a mixture of supposedly nonfiction works as well as fanciful tales for example retold. The story if her first trip back to Europe and the children's fable long whiskers and the two legged goddess whose heroine is a cat loving Nazi named Heliodoro. That's can I can't be real real. Yeah sounds like random words selected from it all makes sense like the the Heliodoro yourself insert character based healy. Savitri WS obsessed with Sun. Gods goddesses gets all how embarrassing for her with embarrassing is that Savitri writes that herself insert fantasy character has quote no human feelings in the ordinary sense of the word. She had been from her very childhood. Much true profoundly shocked at the behaviour of man towards animals to have any sympathy for people suffering an account of there being Jews -Kay Holocaust is it bad. If you seen what happened to cats when I was a kid adheres to take the take. That is a wild take to be like. You know how we resolve like violence towards cats also caused violence towards people. Yeah surely Holocaust is cool because cats have been mistreated Savitri deputies. Lachey goes to a whole. She's like did you know like when you're having like when you're having an argument with someone who doesn't WanNa have a good faith argument with you and you're just like well. What about this? And they're like well. What about cats in France? What about that And you're like I don't. I've been stunned POKEMON. I Dunno in over the next few years. Savitri wrote in conversed with increasingly aged Nazis and gradually refined her theories about the world until nineteen fifty eight she published. What would prove to be her magnum opus? The lightning in the sun in this work the ideas Savitri had been rattling around in her head. All finally came together Hitler. She concluded was a man against time fighting uphold area and virtues and blood against the corruption of modernity she placed him at the center of her own Trinity. One that replaced the decadent Christian one. She'd grown up despising and her trinity. I dare you to make less sense than the trinity. She picks there. Okay Yeah No. Who Do you think's the thinks first? Hitler Hitler's the the most important. But he's not the first. Oh He's not the first why it goes into order of it goes into order of time period so these are all historical figures. I one is definitely someone ancient. Greek no ancient Egyptian cannot the first monotheist. He's generally called. He was like this. This Pharaoh who declared himself the Sun God and like tried to institute monotheism and then he died and everything he did was burned by the people who came after him because they thought he was an asshole and it's weird because she like hates monotheism so much but he's like one of the people she loves I think just because he's The Sun God and she's got a weird she'll make exception she'll give any sun gotta pass basically. It's it's fucking weird second in her. Holy Trinity Is Gang Discard Fishing. Here's why why it it won't it wouldn't make sense. I mean. Basically. The wisely history's greatest conqueror. He's a great conqueror and he's not Christian or Jewish or anything you know. Okay yeah so I cannot is the son and the CON is the lightning and Hitler. She believes combines the best attributes of both the pharaohs wisdom with the strategic. Mind of Genghis Kat. Gang Genghis Khan succeeded.

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How to monetize and tokenize data  Insights from Ocean Protocol

Insureblocks

08:46 min | 1 year ago

How to monetize and tokenize data Insights from Ocean Protocol

"I'm very pleased to have Bruce Bruce Pond founder of ocean protocol. Bruce could you please give listeners a quick introduction on yourself. Yeah I got into the blockchain space about almost six years ago. So Trent mccown again myself we. We're kind of early to the space in getting excited about bitcoin and Then seeing how the tools bitcoin or the concepts of bitcoin could be applied into nonfinancial use cases like data before that essentially I was this building banks around the world for over a decade in Asia in North America as well as in Europe and that informed a lot of the way that I was thinking about how we could upbraid the financial system and Bitcoin was a strong inspiring on a factor for for us to for myself to jump away from building banks and move into building building infrastructure to unlock data. Brilliant Brilliant. So here at inch long we always ask all our speakers acres first question which is what is blockchain. And how does it work defense he giving a defining it. I given a lot of talks at at multiple levels of abstraction and the best way that I can think about blockchain is it's it's what we call a general purpose technology. There are only about votes thirty to thirty five general purpose technologies that have ever been discovered on earth by humanity and humankind. you start with things like fire higher agriculture domestication of animals. And you go all the way back into this century century before and that is electric occasion. It's the rail system in this decade. We're going to see things like a blockchain bioengineering these types of general stack -nology steady essentially infuse themselves across the entire world. And that's why I think particularly for this podcast. When it was originally geared towards the insurance industry your audience is much much broader because a blockchain is affecting more than just insurance? Because it's it's the holistic view. Just it is all around us whether it's in our devices are machines are cars in the street lighting. It's been integrated enjoying Chhaya world and so at the highest level. The way that I explained blockchain is one of those fancy new technologies that is going to change the world over the next thirty years At a more in depth technical level you could just say that it is a way for us to use technology where you don't need to trust in authority and I saw line interesting concept. I read about it yesterday and it was science in the enlightenment. took us away from believing in authority. The supreme extreme kind of knowledge of authority in when whether whether it was in Or the king. Or what have you. And it made us take a different methodology for understanding the world around us which was the scientific method which was criticism and understanding. This blockchain is taking us away from believing that we need a central intermediary to hold things of value for us like bank like a government or any other enterprise that holds for instance our data and blockchain allows for data to now be held in a way that there is no authority. You control your own data and for me that is probably the most powerful way for people to understand. Is that we question authority now. Now when it comes to holding things evaluators before in the scientific method this this whole trend over the last four or five hundred years is that we question authority for knowledge and so just Internet which came let's Thirty years ago to the general broad public allowed US access to information In a way that was never before possible now. Blockchain is going to allow us to get access to control our own assets in a way never before apostle I'm just not even going to go into the technical aspects. I absolutely love that definition in a clinician. Thank you so much for that. So we've we've had the pleasure of having Trent mcconaughey your your partner. CO-FOUNDER I'd ocean protocol here on blogs but for our listeners who are Aaron Familiar wiz Ocean Protocol. Could you please give us a quick introduction on it. Ocean protocol is the confluence of six years of working in the blockchain space. As I said. We're Kinda pioneers in years in space. Where in two thousand thirteen Trent mcconnachie and his wife Mash Mikan and he came up with the idea of Bitcoin? Is this really interesting. Global database that allows the people to have perfect knowledge about who controls what financial bitcoin right and we said well. This is one of the problems. In Intellectual Property Copyright who owns the copyright who owns the rights to control the distribution of for instance music or books or anything else of of value that is more of intellectual nature so we started a company in two thousand fourteen. Called a scribe to do exactly that to try to put intellectual property copyright trademarks. All these types of things on the Bitcoin blockchain now we we know. We found out pretty quick about eighteen months later that using bitcoin Bitcoin as the transport and storage medium for Meta data for copyrights was not a good idea. BITCOIN is meant to be essentially financial infrastructure actor digital cash and we realized that we needed other infrastructure and this is when all the other hybrid different blockchain started. Come out so a theory we were kind of in that same cohort There was other things Around such as the theory that we kind of gone into Zeitgeist and we created this called Big Jane Devi which was a database that was built on blockchain technology to store meditate. disolve exactly a problem. With a scribe and as we worked in big chain we did about fifty to two hundred industry proof of concepts we realized that. Where does this all lead and thinking taking the bird's eye view once again? We realized that UH who needs data with providence who needs control of their data it is the people either providing data And trying to sell it for the consumers because a is actually sucking up all the data we don't necessarily realize add the normal person just hanging out on the street but everybody viscerally feels else that Google Amazon facebook and a whole bunch of other of these online companies are sucking up the data to feed their Ai Algorithms and and the more sources where you can get data from and not just one source for instance the better your albums going to be and if you can ensure that you know the provenance the ownership the origin of data. Then you have something that can start to change the economic model. Aw for society when it comes to nonfinancial use cases such as intellectual property I just WanNa take segue and say that. In the mid nineties there was evaluation of all the land and all the intellectual property on earth came out about half half so land and was worth multiple trillions and intellectual property was worth about the similar thing. Going thing was we didn't have the proper kind of valuation method for intellectual the property nor did we have the infrastructure to track who owns what and with blockchain we finally have that we both have a financial infrastructure from global borderless payments micro payments as well and we have a global infrastructure to track ownership of intellectual property property and so we think that this is a defining moment for human society where the things that most people are now starting to do the service economy the knowledge economy. Amy is going to be valued in a way. That wasn't possible before and that in a nutshell is ocean. Protocol is trying to make that bridge between the current world. Where if you share something on the Internet it's gone? There's no value other than the knowledge that you can transmit and you have to find other ways to monetize and after ocean port goal which is where you have the providence of the data you have a means of exchanging value and money for that intellectual property and we can build build a new data economy that everybody on Earth can participate

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Tile testifies against Apple in Congressional antitrust hearing

MacBreak Weekly

08:37 min | 1 year ago

Tile testifies against Apple in Congressional antitrust hearing

"This made amy really mad. This made me really mad. Congress had hearings in Boulder Colorado. That's not what made me mad by the way orders. Love D. H. H H h and the tie more than d. h. the CEO of tile. WHO said apple acted Andy competitively by putting fine my iphone? The IPHONE Tile makes a Bluetooth tracker really big. You can't stick a title to your iphone and then expect to use it. And I I don't know if I agree with her contention that by put I think there is merit in the the overall complaint that apple will can do stuff with iphone APPs that other companies can't do right yes so tiled is all of the location features. That apple's iphone could allow apple. Has You know monopoly. In that respect. She was there testifying in front of Congress. So hello Were a few other. CEO's including We're just testifying about Apple The guys who do this is probably why they were in boulder you know those pop sockets. Let's go on the back of your phone. That's from boulder. I know that because my docket for the pop song you can rocket you can dock the rock up the pocket socket Danny Kaye moment The pocket guy said I you know I. We have to sell through Amazon. We tried not solitaire. Cut His ten million dollars but Amazon. Basically really you know stole our design and started making their own. I guess that's what he was saying. I think he just said it was hard. I don't think he said there was. They didn't like selling. Yeah this field this whole thing. And then David Hannah Meyer. Hanson a WHO is founder of base camp. And I've I've talked to many times. He invented ruby on rails. He's kind of legendary in our business despite his Propensity for buying very very expensive automobiles. What could possibly be wrong with that in a bit of a twitter drama? He's a drama magnet. He's the guy who said my wife got a different Credits it's on the air air apple cart Outrage had never be never presage investigation. The investigation should always come first. Yeah yeah well. That's what twitter we're in his world. Now we're twitter and the outrage engine you know pre pre precedes everything in any event He said that these companies. What did he say he had a great line? And I can't read it because I can't scroll only hope help us help us help US Congress. You're only he complained about through beyond what you said that. Yeah he said the digital ecosystem been quote colonized by a handful of big tech companies. Help US Congress. You're our only hope. Yes that's that's yeah that's that's not a great way to daily for that's not that's not customary for Tech Company to say please Congress legislated interfere with our business because that's not that creates. It's a long standing tradition if you go to the E U for instance. A lot of the E. U.'s. Regulations and privacy things that whole you know what Jeff Jarvis calls the SOMJAI Shrek. The snow'll snippet thing came because publishers magazine and newspaper. Publishers went to the courts and e you and said he skies is this Google. They're really making it hard for us. And and so I think it's not unusual for companies that can't compete in the marketplace to say fix Dixit uneducated legislators by lush parts. Yeah I made I. We sold a green screen plugin called demand for for a long time. You know And we made a lot of money on it. I mean it was solid thirty thousand dollars a month that comes comes in on one hundred twenty eight K.. Unprotected plug it like there was no. There was no password. There was nothing I just installed and it just kind of came in and I knew you. Everybody knew that as soon as apple fixes the green screen because their green screen plug in and final cut was so bad that the reason that everyone was buying ours is because it's the only only way to make it work. That is that the that the money the you know the meal train would be over. You'd be sure locked. Eventually I knew I was going to be sure eventually you know it. It was like like that was coming. You know and and I wasn't so when apple came out with with vinyl cut ten and they had a great green screen plug in and there. I was like well. We're done there. We're GonNa we want something else you know now and and the thing is that if we had done it two weeks after you came out with Devi Matt meaning that timing. That would have been bad. Timing the thing is is that they're not and the thing is. Is that you you could see that. It was there any indefinitely when you're working with any of these big companies you know. I worked with a lot of the big companies. You know that they can squash you in a second now and you. How would love to go to Congress Congress and say you know? There's way too many podcasts. You've just got to limit with number of shows available. The the the other thing though is that is that it is These companies have made it easier to sell than ever has been when we look at this idea to have a monopoly in the apple store though the Supreme Court that is the apple store though. That's their store like David Monopoly on store for less than far less than half of of the world's population and definitely less than you go to android argument to be made that apple has proprietary access to private. API's is that gives them the ability to compete in a way that no third party developer can but that goes right back to our previous argument. Because would you trust any random person with access to the. Api He is. Yes so you have to have some sort of like in my perfect world there would be a vetting system where certain other trusted companies will do it. It's is incredibly gray and fuzzy line to try to walk but I do think that there there there will not only does it have to be but there will eventually be regulated to be some sort of bigger system him than we have right now at the APP store but I really thought that part of the conversation. We're talking about apple that they would be talking about borderline abuse that Apple reeks upon developers through controlling all of their APPS through required. API's like if you like a if apple. Suddenly he decides that a new cloud service is absolutely critical to the future of the company and the future of the Cup and the future of this cloud servers require will will be boosted by forcing every single developer to support it whether the whether that API is finished usable or sensible for the product that the developers is making they can inflict that demand that change upon the developer. The number two stories that you get from developers saying that we had all these plans for twenty nineteen to spend and most of our most of the money and time that we spend enhancing our product to finally bringing this wonderful feature that all of our users have been demanding. Unfortunately we had to spend that time instead said supporting an API that we don't use that makes no sense to us. That apple is not so new. That apple hasn't really documented but apple will not allow are apt to be updated dated in the APP store unless it supports this new. API So apple has a lot of a lot to answer for but not being able to track tile tracker through the find. My APP properly really to me. Is that one of them. I just WanNa say like someone who has sold a lot of software. I I just have to say that in the old days there was I I have to now figure out how to distribute that. How many secure it? How am I gonNA do e commerce for it how am I gonNa do the promotion for it? How am I gonNa do all these things that the APP store took away and made it? It made it simpler. I would even consider doing it on my own anymore. I mean I would absolutely put all if I develop software again I would absolutely put it on the APP orange. I wouldn't complain and just move on because it has never been better than than wh wh what. It is now as someone who's who went through the trouble of doing and all the stuff that I had to being able to distribute updates to know that everybody's going to get I mean the idea that you could distribute updates. Everybody actually knows that there's an update and and it's super simple for them to update and and do their thing is amazing. It is amazing as someone who did this update in ten percent of the people would even know it was there and it was free you know and then they come back and complain and they're talking about this doesn't work. I'm like that's like three versions ago. You know and so the idea that you can keep everybody up up-to-date on it that you can move those things out about the it's not perfect is definitely not better but but holy smokes. Is it better than it used to be. Well okay

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"devi" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Fantastic and I know. Oh that from reading your book I know how happy you your life is. And so on but I'm very excited to interview. I want to share a little bit about view with our mindful tribe listeners. Johnny and this is what I will say redrawn. E Davie is positively expert. She's a speaker. She's an author as I said of choosing happiness in two thousand eight Ronnie was in Mumbai India on a meditation retreat when she was shot a point blank range and it was part of a massacure that lasted for four days. Left one hundred and fifty people dead so as an absolutely terrifying experience and as a result redrawn he began a journey of healing both physically emotionally and this path letter to eventually. You wouldn't think this I never would have guessed it but it led her to eventually. We run the Boston marathon with the help of her trainer and sponsorship from Adidas and then she embarked on a mission to bring love and light eat into the world and she's bringing it into my world right now so physicist so much fun to have you here Rudra Ronnie. What does mindfulness mean to you? You mindfulness just the word itself brings up so many things to so many different people and I get asked this question quite a bit actually really for me personally. Mindfulness is being in every moment including everything excluding nothing being in that expanded space. So it's almost like with a little consciousness. Attached because consciousness as we know includes everything and excludes nothing. Oh yes it does. And you became introduced to access consciousness later in your life and it was after this horrible event event in India. Tell me how you you met up with the people at access consciousness and how this kind of started to change your life. This is a very very interesting story. I actually was first introduced to access in two thousand and three okay. A friend of mine. WHO's a chiropractor said? Should go to this meeting. These people have some very interesting. Ideas is on how to navigate your life and I'm good friends with this guy I think. Okay I'll go check it out. And they had a lot of really cool things to say. That made sense that we're not. Would you would consider to be the norm or the normal way of thinking very pragmatic tools so back in the day two thousand three. When there wasn't a lot of Internet's I am made files for everything so I had a file for access consciousness and after what had happened in India? I thought you know I wanna go back and revisit that by that time there was Internet and was able to reconnect with this group again. Okay so you've met Gary Douglas then I sure have he's amazing I'm for my show on episode. Four hundred and thirty six. Yeah it was pretty fascinating. Took text him as well as Dane. Here Dane right I do I do. They're dedicated the book to these two. Gentlemen Yeah I know you did. I saw that regular is when I read the book. And you know you you've had such a fascinating life but it wasn't all easy. I mean you talk about those childhood challenges of having what you described as such a mean father. You're like he was so so physically mean and harsh. I mean how did you survive that and still be such a happy person I know and everyone seems to think I was born happy. 'cause I laughed all the time and I think some people I mean your nature is to be happy and I think I followed that more and I did nonni different. I really thought that's the way families are. He called a tough love. And I love my father I. I didn't understand what was going on. And we were all raised that way very strict religious household Catholic family and it wasn't until I ventured out that I realized this is not cool at all. This is not the way things are supposed to be and I knew that he had somewhat of a tough childhood. His mother evidently had a lot of the same type of personality. I don't remember his parents. They were gone before and the number five out of six children and they had passed before before I came into the world so the way you described it in in your book you're this happy. Upbeat Fun excited kid. Whenever you weren't at home but when you're at home your suppressed is good? I would would walk on eggshells. Yes walking happy Gal until he got home and then We never knew what to expect. So you gotta be the Good Kid. Well I can identify with it because it much the same as what I went through all my and boy it was challenging. Now that fear that fear that my mom had had for my dad you know fame and that and that I had that you know my gosh you might be like looking in the window wonder if wondering if supper is ready making making sure supper is he would call me. Start suffered actually. That's kind of a funny memory. That you kinda jogged in my head there but he would always call me and tell me you need a pulled ticket out and do this Blah Blah Blah and. I had to do it right because if I didn't do it right my mom would say okay puts bruce put some plates on the table and at least make it. Look like we're getting supper ready. Because if he looks in the window and he doesn't see a sign of getting summer ready like look out. That's what it was like. He did live if my life growing up not pleasant. Not My dad just passed on in January just go. Wow but what was interesting is towards the end of his death and I know this does early relate to what we're talking about. He got dementia And he was dying of cancer. This like the fourth round of it at that point point is like he had Amnesia and all of a sudden I couldn't do any wrong. He would call me and tell me how much he loved me. When was visiting and so the end it was very interesting? Turn around but he just had amnesia or something didn't remember the childhood but he had this one moment. Bruce was very interesting where he said to me. He was on his deathbed and everybody was mass and I was sitting with him. Somebody had to be with them all the time. This is midnight mass the night before Christmas Mus and he gets this moment where he sits up and his eyes widen in says. You're going to have to pray for God's not happy with me and I don't WanNa go to purgatory and I thought. Wow that's remember. He does know what he did and then he went blank and laid back down on those last words that I really heard that we're clear here. He died eleven days later. So it's very interesting. I always wonder what happens when your body goes dean under that too. Yeah so I'm sure you know. Our consciousness still survives. You know it doesn't and it doesn't disappear. We just don't understand exactly what does happen but I feel the same way pretty fast point of view. Yes Oh well speaking of death. You're eating dinner in India in the hotel restaurant aunt and all of a sudden you knew that you guys better get under the table and play dead and that's exactly what you did in started group to do. Tell us about that moment. Oh aw I don't know if you've ever been in a situation where you are just so completely free and happy. We'd had an amazing day visiting ashrams. uh-huh meditating we heard Buddhist monks chant that actually remembered my body vibrating to their voices mazing experienced to. Have you ever get an opportunity unity. I highly recommend it. And we've got back to the hotel. We were late getting back plan to eat an Italian restaurant we kept hearing about that was outside. The hotel get walked to but it was so late in the people restaurant sauce and they started setting up the table horse upstairs very quickly changed into my house slippers. burs oddly had my head wrapped in a white shawl so we get back into the restaurant and all the waiters and waitresses welcome center. We think you know it's late. We'll go ahead and we'll have dinner here so I go and put my house slippers on all I come down with. Is My room key. They all know by now. We've been there over week and we heard some popping noises that sounded like firecrackers so my friend from Canada. A actor he said you know I'm GonNa go check that out and see what but that's about so he leaves moments later. He comes back he says. Oh the hotel people were saying. It's a bunch of hooligans in the street we have nothing to worry about the food rhymes rams and I could have bruce accounted to ten and all of a sudden there was firing automatic gunfire and people were dropping and I thought okay. This is. They're looking for somebody in particular I remember the Sopranos episode with Tony. Soprano where he is eating pasta with his posse of guys right and he knows that there's going to be a hit so when the target comes in then sits down he he sees the gentleman who's going to the gentleman who's GonNa take him. He says drop they all hit the ground. The guy gets killed dragged into the kitchen through the kitchen out into a trunk somewhere and they all go back to eating their pasta so my mind went to enter smart idea. I mean those two seconds or whatever it was and I set everybody get under the table now in the only people that survive were four of the six threat my table Two people perished and then everyone else in the lobby in the restaurant. They were all murdered. So Yeah A. K. forty-sevens allowed machine. And it's a two hundred bullets a minute. I discovered later after being interviewed by the FBI so fairly intense situation fairly. Yeah well how do you say it's such an out of body thing. I did pop out of my body Audie. Actually I kept hoovering over my body. I thought well this is it the things that come to your mind had a good life. I think my mother will get it. I don't think my husband will get it but everyone that knows me. I'm a meditation teacher. Teaching holistic modalities and have clients so anybody. That knows me would know that I. You know I'm going to be. I'M GONNA be in a weird way to say that but that's through my mind and it was actually being outside of my body that I I saw the terrorists looked it looked like young boys to me and that's how I feed them To the FBI senior one more Nike Shirt. You Ball Cap. They just looked like Mike. Young boys sixteen seventeen years old. They look scared. They look like they were hopped up on something like like children. You know how terrifying yeah absolutely terrifying and so then. How long did it take you to recover wolf when I finally made it home? which was several days later? Nearly out. That's when we found at my leg was shattered. Actually so it was a very very very long process shattered my femur and so they had to make a prostheses to hold the leg together because if I had been bumped funny at the whole leg come apart. I'm really lucky to have this leg. I'm really have everything very happy about it. But needless to say my daughter just wouldn't release me easy now. I wanted to get back to my life and it was twenty five months before he finally officially released me and that was PT. Free Times physical therapy free times a week. I had an ultrasound machine had used my leg three times a day at home which was covered by insurance it was doing cleanses because of all the steroids and they were they were putting in my body image. You can imagine. You can't see me but all the steroids put on quite a bit away and I had no appetites okay so it was a very l. of Senate and feel like myself and all of that but it and I went through a divorce during this time and one of the factors which of course yeah. I never even think of being Canadian. One of the factors was the incredible debt. You had to because of hospital care not being covered. Yeah wow that must hear out of the country if you're out of the country they don't unless you have unless you buy the insurance which I do now it's not covered and I had to sell property. Sold jury you know did everything I could because once my ex look he started another family before we got divorced so he leaves I was scrambling to figure out. What am I gonNA do? You know it wasn't in an option to not plow through it and that's I don't know where that comes from but I was just happy to be here. I was going to make the most of it and so before that twenty five months was up. Had you decided to run the Boston. Marathon is at a goal that you had set your mind on. That was my a bucket list dream. I'd already run nine marathons. Oh you had cat. I had kept trying to qualify. I'd set up to run a qualifier. It was running on the treadmill looking looking at the same water that the terrorists came in on that morning before we went out on this excursion that day. Oddly inside run maybe. I don't know something like eleven kilometers in than we did excursion. So what happened was I put a bid plea on Youtube and Adidas founded in the gave me a hard luck pass to run it. It's my slowest marathon. Brusett me five hours to run that thing. My foot was black. I mean but I was so happy I thought it was going to cry when it across the finish line..

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Analysis: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

06:18 min | 1 year ago

Analysis: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles

"New England Beats Philadelphia. Seven hundred ten tight game. Your boy Ataman throws a touchdown pass What do we make of these teams right now? Well I mean I think the entire takeaway for Philly fans is predicated on what you think of New England if you think think. New England is the Super Bowl. Contending team which I think there are a super bowl. Contending Tamed Sound Down on now. Though it sounds like your your little awesome while you worry about the offense and she do I mean like how could you not and you worry about stopping the red eye. Eagles went away from a little bit. They were down Jordan. Howard I think if you look at it that outweigh it's not the worst? Lost Eagles had all season. But of course it's the biggest loss because it's the latest and now they're five hundred nece was like they put themselves in a position where losses to Atlanta and in Detroit and teams like that amounted up and made this a must win and of course in the NFC. Nothing's truly a must win but we mentioned the eagles struggles with Dallas earlier. Everybody has to over simplify things and make it a win thing and I just got actually got a tweet from A guy earlier one of the listeners owners definitely from Boston like Oh crooked. Cancel the pod Ryan at Ryan at Chris. Because he doesn't want to you know. Take the eagles offense to task. The offense was bad. Dude Carson didn't play take that twelve but like Carson Carson didn't play Great Lake but guess what you've been touting this patriots it's defense all year is the best of all time or in that in that and we have come down to earth bit but you gotTa pick one because Carson not having a perfect game against these guys with down the starting running back down to Sean Jackson down. Alshon Jeffery down both tackles at one point in the game by by the way when Lane Johnson leaves early early. That's a big deal. Carson was pressure twenty. Two out of forty eight snaps again. He holds the ball long too long sometimes so that stat his snapped releases relevant the longer longer you hold it the more. You're going to get pressured. But he had four incompletion role in that final drive. I didn't think he had agreed. Asli bag game but it was funny to me that in a game where the goat who still a really good player was all over the place. The first avenue set a record for incompletions and a half. It's the first game. He played an entire game. You didn't leave bleed. The Patriots and touchdown passes shutout Jules. I just think like are we going to be mad at Brady to a I. I know whence isn't the goat and he doesn't get that kind of slack but that's a team who offensively has to hurry up and figure some things out for the for the level of expectation in New England to be met and of course Romo Romo who I love every time Brady missed the throw is the wind. Every time went Smith stores like he missed another one there. And if this is the game you're GONNA TO GIVE UP ON WHENCE OVER I. You're giving up on Wednesday like as a franchise quarterback score on trees. I think you're you're you're shortsighted. Second this is not the game like he didn't didn't play that well but bro. That's the best defense in the league. Most people think right. That's what people think at this point Yeah they are San Francisco. You know San Francisco the team gave up fifty points to I mean Devi. Oh man done sound like rail exact science so I'm looking at it now. 'cause Devia was telling me these guys were both both the two thousand Ravens. Yeah now they are and I mean going into the week they still were way ahead of everybody else. I mean I was looking at the numbers this morning. They don't get updated Until until the Monday night or so we'll know more about inter you're right. I mean that San Francisco who in what last couple of weeks we're going. Oh wait a minute what what happened to these guys on Defense Pencil Not GonNa sit there and say then all of a sudden I still. I've always liked personnel better than New England's but New England's one holding a team down to ten after they gave up a bunch of yards to Lamar and those guys so I think the Brady thing it continues to be this thing. That's real his first half second half stuff it just felt like yesterday was just a grind. You know what I mean to grind for everybody. You know what I mean but you know how like if you have a buddy and you seem like walking somewhere and you're like what's wrong like just having a bad day. Yeah just arduous and soon as they got out of the house everything was a challenge and it just felt like the Brady and his movements. And maybe I'm doing too much here and maybe but I don't think I am. I think I'm right here. I really the the more I watch him this year. The more I think things just feel more challenging and I don't know if it's just because the offensive line I don't know it's because no gronk you know it could be all of these things collectively but I think even the biggest patriots fan has to admit and some private moment that you know. Maybe this is what it looks like for the end of Tom and then as soon as I say that out loud goes probably was so who knows. I'm not willing to do that because I'm not going to be the guy what I'm saying is though that poses the question to you. I mean you're forty two forty three years old. You'RE GONNA have I bad days where the ball is not just zip off your arm You know outside the Hashes Brady Brady is still going to have them in a position to compete for the whole thing at the end of the year even with the lack of Gronk with the lack of Devlin with the line problems with some of the drops he had yesterday. But I would ask you this. The Eagles secondary has been much maligned. The Patriots Defense has been called one of the best ever right. So why are we sitting here talking about and Tom didn't have a great game. You know who had about the same game as Tom Carson. They both they both had bad throws. But we're sitting here and I know that the go gets a lot more leash 'cause he's the goat and he's going to have his team where they need to be and I'm a huge fan. So don't don't mistake. This is a Tom Critique but people have not gray days Tom will tell you that Carson had not great day against one of the best defense of all time and if you look at these two these two offenses they both fallen awful lot. Since that's your boy. I think the Eagles Miss Frank Reich. I think they may they miss de Filippo. I think they had a lot of injuries but the pats have a lot of injuries and they've fallen on off a lot since that super bowl. Our defense in seventeen was much better than the not much better. It's better than the eagles defense right now. We have more pieces. They put up six hundred plus yards yards. Offensively on US yesterday was like you said a struggle and so I think there's concerns for both offenses here. One obviously has a much better cushion and a defense defense. That's GONNA keep me in every game.

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"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

"Who would pay the price for Polin's murder coming up Rana guilty or not faces the consequences of his confession bullies Mass mister mind's mustache twirler 's for every hero there is a villain the new podcast original villains explores the psychological nickel and emotional factors that spawned both real and fictional villains every Friday villains focuses on a different real Org Fictional Evil Doer for fictional villains you'll delve into the social influences that led to that character's creation for real villains you'll learn the true story of their dark deeds and we'll explain what drove them to evil you'll hear episodes on characters like Don Vito the own and no country for old man's Anton sugar as well as real life villains like the iceman Richard Kuklinski and the Co ed killer Ed Kemper some fictional some are real all our villains follow villains for free on spotify or wherever get your podcasts or visit podcast dot com slash villains to listen now now back to the story on July twenty sixth two thousand one pool and debut was murdered outside her house by two masked gunmen one day later a twenty five year old Sher Singh Rana called a press conference and confessed to the crime he claimed that he assassinated Poulin with the dual pronged goal all of avenging the nineteen eighty-one Saint Valentine's Day massacre and furthering his own political career but police weren't so sure that he was the killer her they suspected he was just an opportunist who saw the crime as his chance to build a name for himself even after this confession they questioned poolings family including her husband they looked into strange evasive behavior by her household in the aftermath of the assassination but they didn't find anything that could concretely tie anyone to the killing and so they turned their focus back to Rana rounding up his suspected co-conspirators ultimately eleven people were charged with involvement in the shooting including Rana and his brother the trial would not be a quick and easy affair thanks to India's notorious judicial delays the timeline for the trial was so long one of the suspects would even die of natural causes while waiting for it to begin Rana's publicity stunt hadn't accounted for the years he'd spend in prison wade being for the judicial system to start moving whether he actually committed the crime or not he likely expected that he'd be given a speedy trial could demonstrate that there was no evidence against him besides his confession and he'd get off scot-free broad that's not how it worked out in fact run got so frustrated waiting for the case to reach the courts that he came up with a new scheme he was going to escape from the maximum security prison where oh he was being held on February seventeenth the two thousand four more than two and a half years after Putin's assassination a man in a police uniform arrived at New Delhi's Tahar jail with a warrant for Sher Singh Rana the policeman explained that he taking Rana to court as one of the guards later explained there were other policemen waiting near a police van we did not suspect the thing the day continued no one the wiser with Rana supposedly off the court that is until another police already turned up at the prison with a warrant for Rana the search was immediately on a reward was offered for information leading to Rana's capture but he was gone his troop of false policemen had spirited him away long before anyone realized he was missing although Rana was a free man his situation was less than ideal he was now a fugitive from the law also acutely aware of the ways in which his plan had worked he had an audience now and he was suddenly an upper caste hero he was intense on capitalizing on that but first he had to get out of India travelling along a winding path through India and then across the order with a false passport ron made his way to Afghanistan he wanted a search for the mythical grave of the twelfth century ruler Prithvi Raj Chauhan on an icon of his show tra- cast the warrior and leader Class Johann was the last Hindu to rule India before Muhammad Gore defeated him in battle in eleven ninety two and laid the foundation of Muslim rule across the country some Indian songs in stories suggested that his burial place was somewhere in the deserts of Afghanistan Finding Johanna elusive grave would cement Rana status as a shot tree icon himself and even if he didn't actually find the grave if he made it to Afghanistan and claimed to have found it that it should do the trick just like his confession to poolings murder Ron seem to believe that facts were sometimes flexible things what really mattered let's optics Rana claimed to find the grave even posting a video of its location on Youtube clearly he wasn't concerned with keeping a low profile in two thousand six after two years on the run he was finally recovered by police and turn to jail in New Delhi Still Rana wasn't going to give up on his mission to show his cast that he was their hero and so jail diary from tr to Kabul Kandahar. It did its job the book helped Cement Rana status as a hero of the warrior class conservative political icon the people especially those from the high castes loved him his fans came out to support him when he finally took the witness stand in two thousand fourteen about fifty young men from Rana's warrior caste waited outside the courthouse during the trial one of the and declared he's a tiger whether or not he'd committed the murder didn't matter so much anymore he'd already gained the platform he yearly wanted perhaps that's why now he furiously denied any involvement in the murder hoping that he'd get off based on the lack of evidence that's what had happened for the rest of his ten co-conspirators all the charges against them were dismissed but thirteen years after the crime despite the doubt and confusion that's still mired the assassination thirty eight year old Ronaldo was convicted on the basis of his own confession he was sentenced to life in prison we may never know if Rana's initial admission was a risky publicity stunt or if he really was one of the three men who committed the murder but despite his conviction it would be wrong to consider the whole affair of failure for the rookie politician he was now a household name across India and many members of the upper caste were calling me hero just as he'd planned his sister Shikha Singh Rana's statement perhaps expresses this position Mosa singly. My brother Sher Singh Rana is innocence pool and killed so many innocent people even if ron up has murdered Toolan he has done no wrong as she was a bandit Shikha Singh Rana's mentality was set squarely in the cycle of caste conflict to indy begins at the top of the social hierarchy lower class rebellion couldn't be solved with Muir legal repercussions it demanded blood which was at least apparently what Rana had given them forty year old Rana got out of prison on bail two years after a sentence thing in two thousand sixteen his fans were ready to welcome him back to his home state of Utah conned upper caste citizens of neighboring states like Putin Davies Utah celebrated his return to two years after that in two thousand Eighteen Rana was implicated in another asked conflict related murder in Utah prudish adult man named such in Wallachia was murdered by a high caste group and while he has mother accused Rana in her initial report to police however he was never charged and this episode did nothing to dim Ron star if anything the suspicion raised his status as an upper class warrior and he has enthusiastically capitalized on that status since being released from Prison Rana has spent much of his time travelling around northern India giving talks to upper.

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"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

"Pouring down their faces under their masks they needed to get off of these quiet streets and onto a main thoroughfare where they could disappear into to the capital the people demanded an arrest on June twenty-seventh the two thousand one one day after the assassination the police got a lucky break someone came forward with a confession bad day Sher Singh Rana called the press conference at the Doon Press Club in his home state of Utah Kanda it's unclear what the reporters expected to hear but undoubtedly it wasn't what Rana announced he a how long with an accomplice called Rajendra had assassinated pool in Davie the reasons he gave were less surprising at least to Indians with a keen understanding violent cast conflict Rama confessed he had killed pool on in retribution for the infamous nineteen eighty-one Saint ballantine's Day massacre got fateful day Poulin had murdered over twenty high caste men in cold blood for that Rana said had she deserved to Die Rana's confession placed the crime squarely within the larger saga of caste conflict they had defined Putin's life from the beginning but Rana didn't end his story there there was a whole other element to the tail one he wasn't ashamed to admit he explained that he'd also carried out the killing because he wanted a career in politics killing someone us made you famous too and just as he'd planned murdering Poulin Davey had immediately mobilized base of high caste supporters this second bizarre admission baffled investigators but when Rana walked into the police station in utera cons but all they certainly didn't hesitate to take him into custody confession was a confession still law enforcement wasn't convinced that Rana had actually committed the crime he'd confessed to first of all there was no physical evidence tying him to the murder and even his confession quickly proved to be at least partially fabricated his so-called accomplice Rajendra was in jail on the day of the assassination Shen that was a rock solid alibi that lie undermined run as credibility on top of that Rana's professed motive advancing his career and politics was served just as well by falsely confessing to the crime as it would have been by actually committing it is to say there is no reason why he couldn't be taking credit for the real murderers work for his own political gain and the gap between the killing and the confession which was confusing if Rana had actually committed the murder made perfect sense if he was falsely confessing to it it would take him some time to come up with a scheme of claiming responsibility essentially police suspected that Rana's confession was opportunism and nothing more where Poulin had been the avenging low caste hero he tried to become the hero of his own cast meanwhile police turned suspicion on another suspect hooligans husband in the week following the assassination Indian newspapers exploded with stories about marital discord the House of Poland and Ahmed Sing whom she had married after her release from jail in Nineteen Ninety-four these stories claim that at the time of her death Hulan was drafting a will that would have cut her husband out of her book royalties and Estate Boom Ed unsurprisingly insisted that his marriage too pullan had been a loving one and that their quarrels were rarely serious he also denied there was any will but he police weren't happy with the testimony to receive from Med and the rest of Putin's family according to a senior officer quote there were many loopholes goals in what the family members have disclosed it seems some of them were trying to conceal information on top of that there was a strange story any of the murder weapons which the assassins had dropped in the street members of Putin's household had allegedly picked up the discarded guns and stash them in the garage at least three people were aware of their location and all of them failed to tell the police investigators eventually learn the location of the weapons but soon after that they mysteriously went missing law enforcement was never able to test them for evidence that's the case was proving to be more complicated than it seemed despite the fact that Sher Singh Rana had all ready confessed investigators still assumed Rana's confession was simply political opportunism but he sorely misjudged the risks of taking credit for the crime it was too high profile L. to leave unsolved while the police might not have been convinced that Rana was there killer he was the best suspect they had and he was the one.

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"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

"Traffic then they could ditch the car for a rickshaw otherwise the police would be on their tail any minute and there had been witnesses who would seen this car there had been witnesses to everything from the two shooters and the driver in their masks to the slew of bullets. being across the quiet street to the assassination of Poulin Davy the bandit queen finally the car slid into the busy streets of the pundit punt mark neighborhood in the distance the three assassins could hear the sirens ringing out of the you're into a rickshaw the plan had miraculously worked for now but there was plenty more to come this is vacination was about more than pool and Davies life it was about India's future one death can change the world at least that's what assassins believe welcome to nations apart cast original every Monday we examined the famous assassins of history and the men and women who were assassinated I'm your host bill Thomas and I'm your host Kate Leonard you can find episodes of assassinations and all other podcasts originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcast tests to stream assassinations for free on spotify just open the APP anti assassinations in the search bar at par cast we are grateful for are you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Parker US network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help this is our second and final episode on Poulin Davey India's so-called bandit queen she was assassinated on July twenty six two as in one seemingly at the hands of Sher Singh Rana a high caste man with political aspirations but the cast based tensions that led to pollens death ran much deeper than her relationship with Rana they tied into the very fabric of India itself last week we discussed the violent story of caste conflict and retribution that led to both poolings fame and to her strong contingent of upper caste enemy he's we also discussed Sher Singh Rana's place in that story as an upper caste man from the state neighboring Putin's home ultimately US aspirations led him to kill pool on this week we'll delve into the aftermath of the assassination including Rana's decade law long trial its impact on his political ambitions and what might have happened had pool and lived at one thirty PM on July twenty sixth two thousand one three masked men in a green card your shot thirty-seven-year-old pool Davey as she came home from parliament's morning session her bodyguard was hit as well he attempted to return fire and according to witnesses seem to hit one of the shooters but the assailants still got away poolings household called an amber silence but then decided to hail down a passing van instead of waiting for it to arrive they made it to the hospital by one forty just ten in minutes after the shooting but they were still too late Poulin was already dead thankfully her body guard recovered from the attack but all of India had some recovering to do to the indomitable Alan Davey bandit queen turned member of parliament was the champion of India's low castes many Indians saw her as a hero Oh they were shocked at her violent murder and while her assassination certainly gave a dramatic end to her story it seemed impossible will that her death could come so abruptly she was after all just thirty seven parliaments afternoon session was called to a halt as lawmakers confirmed the news many were just as saddened as India's common people particularly because the legislature included the of low caste people who've risen up by promising cast reform and equality just like Poulin when it reconvened the house absurd served one minute of silence as a mark of respect but not everyone in India was interested in championing reform like Poland and her allies she was a controversial figure in death as much as she was in life everyone in India was talking about her passing but they weren't all saying the same things some Indians thought Poulin had finally gotten what she deserved she was after all on murderer as we previously discussed her political and ideological opponents were usually high caste Hindus with a vested interest in me -taining the status quo and that includes her assassin Sher Singh Rana last week we heard about how he waited outside poolings House and personally shot the bandit queen we know all that primarily because he told so witnesses is to the shooting saw two or three masked men in the assassin's car but they had no idea who they were and police were unable to Taylor the suspects after they ditched their green car for a rickshaw investigators had few leads to go on in the first chaotic day after the assassination and they were facing enormous public pressure to come up with suspects in Leeds Poulin hadn't just been a member of parliament she was perhaps its most famous member and a national hero to many Indians her murder was a source of outrage in low caste communities from Utah prudish.

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"devi" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

19:58 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on DV Radio

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"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

"Nineteen eighty-one the village of Ba my India finally fell silent but this wasn't a normal quiet even One death can change the world at least that's what assassins believe welcome to assassinations apar- cast channel every Monday we examined the famous assassins of history and the men and women who were assassinated I'm your host Bill Thomas and nine your host Caitlyn and you can find episodes of fastens and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream assassinations for free on spotify just open the APP and type assassinations in the search bar at podcast we are grateful for you our listeners you allow us nice to do what we love let us know how're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at par cast network if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help this is our first episode on Poulin Davey India's so-called Bandit Queen who was assassinated on July twenty sixth two thousand one Sher Singh Rana on us Firing politician confessed that he killed Poulin to avenge her nineteen eighty-one massacre of over twenty upper caste men and but Rana's vengeful killing was part of a far bigger battle raging across India between high and low castes this week we'll discuss the complicated history of class violence and revenge that led to poolings assassination and Sher Singh Rana's role in that story next week we'll delve into the protracted dramatic aftermath of the shooting including Rana's decade long trial and the public suspicion and that he wasn't actually Putin's killer will also explore what might have happened if Putin had lived the term Saint Valentine's Day massacre to most Americans Evokes Chicago and the nineteen twenty nine murder of seven mobsters but too many people in India the phrases linked to another shockingly brutal story in February of Nineteen eighty-one Polen Davey an eighteen year old the coit or bandit storm a small town called by in the Utah Predation region of India the troupe of twenty followers she'd been held captive and repeatedly gang raped in Bombay as a sixteen year old and now she was ready to take her revenge the small crew swarmed its way towards the town square the stamping of their feet brought nervous hounds people to cluster at their doors but the villagers were used to the bandits that populated the region it was only when Poulin Davey broke from the gang and descended into the town well that the villagers started to feel real fear they remembered her clearly how could they forget the teenage girl whose agonized cries had run through the streets just a year ago but pollens voice amplified by both a megaphone own and the well sounded very different this time it had the echoing authority of a mythical avenging goddess she demand ended the townspeople hand over the two men who locked her in a hut raped her and beat her for three weeks if not they'd all pay the towns people were terrified they knew the guns Putin's men were holding were no playthings they babbled desperately pleading ignorance they hadn't seen the men she was looking for in months but Poulin was uninterested she wanted blood and if she couldn't have it from her captors well everyone in this village had played a part in her torture not a single woman or child had offered her a helping hand but they weren't as bad as the men her captors weren't the only ones who who raped her invited all the men of the village to participate in the torture now that ruling was in control sheet make sure they all paid Lynn and her troupe of bandits rounded up every young man in the town and walk them down to the river she tore off their turbans and then she brought them dead as their wives and children watched in horror this brutal act elicited a surprising amount of glee around India mostly from the lower castes who felt that Poulin was asserting the power of the masses and fighting for equality the men he killed were high caste to coors in the Hindu religion which makes up close to eighty percent of the population of India cast means something in similar to class in other parts of the world the caste system however is more rigidly and explicitly defined than most modern class hierarchies it's also older going back nearly three thousand years the system is based on an ideology the of Karma or work and Dharma which can mean both religion and duty.

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"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Assassinations

"Due to the graphic nature of this episode listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of rape murder and extreme violence that some people may find offensive we advise caution for children under thirteen on the evening of February fourteenth the air seemed to have fallen still a little boy slid out from under the bed Brown eyes wide as he slowly edged his way to the door end slipped outside off in the distance by the river he saw his mother she was kneeling on the hard packed dirt road head bowed he ran towards her eager for the warmth of her arms but as he drew closer he saw what drew her is towards the ground Wayang in front of her was his father and not just his dad so many others all along the riverbank he saw every young man from the village they weren't moving their turbans were crumpled beside them in the dirt. their limbs were splayed at strange awkward angles and they were covered in blood the little boy knew what that meant the bandit queen had exacted her revenge.

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The Black Widow of England: Mary Ann Cotton

Female Criminals

12:53 min | 1 year ago

The Black Widow of England: Mary Ann Cotton

"Abuse but Marianne was no ordinary woman and ears she'd been rehearsing for her mother's death two daughters named Margaret had already died in her care only nine days turn Mary Ann's arrival in Siham Margaret Stott was also dead soon after her mother's death thirty four year old Marianne and thirty four year old James Robinson moved forward with their nuptials on August eleventh eighteen sixty seven they held a small wedding in ship where mouth Marianne was five months pregnant their honeymoon period didn't last long although Marianne now had all the well security she could ever dream of she still wasn't happy under her skin Marianne was flailing if only she'd been able to settle in she could have lived out the rest of her life and luxury but as the saying goes idle hands are the devil's play thing Marianne found that her life of wealth and security didn't bring her the peace she'd originally hoped it would she grew to disdain James Robinson once again she was desperate to relieve herself of her marriage Marianne preceded with her now usual Mo I she eliminated unwanted step children through the month of April eighteen sixty seven child after child died a son and two daughters all the while Marianne helped herself to her husband's wealth without his permission or knowledge she withdrew his entire savings account today the equivalent of roughly two thousand three hundred dollars it's hard to say where the money went but in addition to taking Robinson's money Marianne also pawned her linens and close for even more cash but that St L. wasn't enough she borrowed another five hundred sixty three dollars in Robinson's name this proved to be a grave misstep as the loan in company notified her husband of the funds he owed Robinson was both befuddled and enraged he felt that Marianne had greatly over stepped her bounds by borrowing and spending without his consent in November of eighteen sixty nine Robinson through Rianne his home he may not have realized it at the time but in abruptly breaking off their marriage he saved his own life and that of his remaining children as we discussed last episode the laws of Victorian England made legal divorce incredibly difficult although men had more options than women Robinson's still would have needed to go to great lengths to dissolve his partnership he never bothered although their marriage was over in all but in name Marianne remained Robinson's legal wife without a divorce she risked bigamy charges the next time she identified a potential spouse and victim but for once Marianne wasn't set on marrying for wealth because justice she found herself estranged from Ron Robison Marianne learned that her longtime lover Joseph Mattress had recently become a widower for most of Marianne adult life she'd only wanted a few things wealth freedom stimulation and the one true love of her life the perpetual Liane unattainable mattress in eighteen seventy for the first time thirty-seven-year-old Marianne and mattress were both single and finally after years of sneaking around in shame Marianne moved into his home so they could finally be together yes Marianne was technically committing adultery but all it took was a move to South Hatton where no one knew her past and Marianne was able to openly stay with her lover thanks to poor record-keeping in the era no one was wise to Marianne secret it seemed that Marianne had finally found her romance Nick happy ending but in only a matter of months she learned that life with mattress wasn't as idyllic as she'd always believed it would be and soon her fairytale transformed into a horror story coming up next Marianne cotton's life with Joseph Mattress takes an inevitable tragic turn I have some exciting news for you too thank you for your unwavering dedication and support we've released our entire back catalogue of shows and they're already in your feed that's fifty episodes A female criminals that are available to listen to right now be sure to check out some of my favorite episodes like the one on Lizzie borden and what drove her to become a not aureus figure or are episodes on Phoolan Devi the bandit queen of India who struck back at the ruling casts after she suffered violence and discrimination listen because of her class and gender whether you're reliving some of your favorite episodes or hearing these fantastic stories for the first time these V the episodes are available right

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"devi" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"devi" Discussed on Code Story

"That's Devi Mountain Dot Com music is is all about rules and patterns right programming is problem solving but also kind of creative thinking type person having feature requests support requests change requests coming down the pipe all the time. I think it's really easy kind of get tunnel vision. What's legitimate future requests like an actual improvement versus? What is someone requesting something to be tweaked to make your life easier speaking at this many conferences this year in my business doing in this much money this year it's point it's important to learn how to relax rest? This is code story a podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries who share in the critical moments of what takes the change in industry and build and lead a team that has your back. I'm your host no allow part today a day. We talk with Sean Washington about how he became a developer podcast host and C._T._O.. Of the design collect more on code story nowadays people were introduced to software development through multiple avenues. It is pretty amazing. How many other industries parallel the thinking and creative process of Writing Code Teaching Project Management Even.

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Mercedes Benz is going carbon neutral

Climate Cast

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Mercedes Benz is going carbon neutral

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society transition to a low-carbon economy, Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. Ben's going carbon neutral. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul hunter. This is climate cast German automaker Mercedes Benz is the latest to make the move toward a carbon neutral auto fleet. The automaker pledges to change factories and vehicles to go carbon neutral by twenty thirty nine but how does a high performance automaker shift to a climate friendly fleet in just twenty years, I asked transportation analyst Mickey Mainur the business incentive for Mercedes. Is that Europe obviously there German based company is far far ahead of the rest of the world in getting serious about climate change. And so all companies, no matter whether it's McDonald's or Mercedes are under pressure to become more compliant. Mickey it looks like a pretty aggressive plan by Mercedes Benz by twenty thirty the German manufacturer aims to have electric and hybrid models. Comprise, half or more of total car sales is that real? Mystic in your eyes, a lot can happen in ten years. I mean, if you think back ten years, tesla was just in its infancy, and I remember in Chicago, that a tesla dealer popped up around twenty ten or twenty eleven and just how unusual that seemed and now they're tesla dealers in all parts of the United States, Europe, Canada Asia show. Ten years sounds like a long time, but it's too product cycles in the auto industry. And while you don't see massive change in one product cycle, you can see significant change into product cycles. It looks like part of the strategy for Mercedes is to use renewable energy to power some of their manufacturing plants is that part of the goal to get them to that carbon neutral designation. Yes. It's a two-part strategy. So it's the vehicle strategy at what comes out of the manufacturing plants. And then it's also the way those manufacturing plants are deployed, I've been in most of Mercedes. Major operations in Germany, and in Alabama, and in the last couple of years, there's really been a focus on leaning. Everything down fewer people less electricity. Less packaging coming in with the parts. It's going to take a lot of work. A lot of effort for these factories in Europe to become more climate neutral or carbon-neutral, excuse me, because they're big, and some of them are old even though they've been refreshing. And so I think for me I'm a manufacturing geek and I find this just as interesting as the vehicle side of it. I mean, if they truly can transform those factories, it's going to say a lot to the rest of the auto industry, author journalist educator and transportation analysts Mickey Maynard, thanks for your perspective today. It's my pleasure. Thanks for having me. Eric berger. I live in the Dayton's bluff neighborhood has Saint Paul. I'm an architectural, CAD drafter by day and a former BMW master technician, actually got in Devi ownership because the fastest cars out there and the efficiencies, nice bonus might decision to get an V kind of started with my actually buying a gasoline, Fiat, five hundred when they came to the country in two thousand twelve and then it was actually gonna upgrade to the faster one, but then actually found that Fiat Chrysler mayday compliance vehicle in the state of California, the five hundred electric and it was actually faster than the gas one that I was going to upgrade to. So I decided why not just put electrical service and my hundred and ten year old houses garage, which it had never had before. So I had the ability to get a fast charger, I own a fleet of eleven or twelve gas cars to in the fact that I show up anywhere, really in a little electric Italian car. They're like, what doesn't make any sense? But once people drive it because I tossed the keys on this thing to anyone. I've singlehandedly had three of my friends go out and buy this. Exact vehicle and a lot of others of Baden, tesla model threes. One bottle leaf yet really opens people's eyes are like, wow. There really isn't a compromise here. If you have x y and z in your life, it's not a compromise. There's really never a time where I can't plan around the cars range. So the electric car why I got into mainly because it was the fastest available in that body. But then it turned into the more conventional decision which I want to be kind of environment. Now, I'm fully on board with the whole electric vehicle movement and then green stuff. That's fine at cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul hunter.

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How to Use the Word "Retrospective"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:44 min | 2 years ago

How to Use the Word "Retrospective"

"Retrospective. The meaning of retrospective is looking back or dealing with BAAs events or situations can exhibition of work done by an artist or were many, yours would be English. Speaking radio channel loan one new what every day and impress the world in these English will cabinetry lesson you will learn how to use the word retrospective. We are. Sure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cab Lori, and speak English, fluently, and confidently retrospective is spelt as odd. E D. S b. C T. The e whenever the government issues notification for any new act on it also mentions vendor. The new law will be implemented from current date or retrospectively if it is retrospective. Then a pas date is specified from which it is applicable. Wasn't it easy to understand listen carefully? How we can use the word retrospective in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of it Marta was given a sales target for the newly launch beauty products by her company her efforts paid off or give results and the saves volume. Almost doubled the owner of the company was a static, and he increased Marcus salary with retrospective effect since. Last three months example, number two eight the museum held a retrospective of the paintings by Cosso. It was a rare opportunity and thousands of visitors came to the museum moving onto example, number three of eight a go clay is a scholar of ancient texts. His research suggests some of the gadgets used today, I will already use in historic times to support his claims he has found retrospective. References in books written hundreds of years ago. Now lettuce understand example, number for of it. There are several old weaker releasing heavy smoke and polluting air this has affected equality and people suffer from breathing related diseases. Thankfully, in many cities that traffic police have issued circulars penalizing such week. From retrospective effect. Learn to speak English fluently and confidently from any part of the world from certified experts Raynor's to know more about our online English speaking causes log onto our site. WWW dot VM consultants. India dot com. Example number five feet. A new school opened in the neighborhood soon. All seats were filled up with students how ever six months later the school revise the fees. Retrospectively naturally. The parents were upset they're registered a protest with the principal. Moving onto example, number six of eight Missa Benjamin. The chief auditor found various errors in the agreements made with suppliers. He presented the details to the board of directors the board. Immediately ordered a thorough means compete retrospective. Inspection of all agreements example, number seven of eight. Both wall was resulted in invention of several weapons of mass destruction means destruction on a large scale this week the national art gallery is. Is organizing a retrospective of short films made about these weapons moving onto example, number eight eight the recent Guam music festival included a twenty four hours nonstop musical extravaganza. The organizers bay tribute to the Mastro ATI Bowman by plane, a retrospective of his musical work to Devi

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More podcast companies than ever at NAB Show 2019

Digital Production Buzz

08:06 min | 2 years ago

More podcast companies than ever at NAB Show 2019

"A now a name that doesn't really need engineer deduction. If you've been paying attention to our industry at all Jeffrey Stanfield us, the CEO and founder of advantage video systems, and seems to be the most tuned in person, I know this covering the show, Jeffrey, thanks. You are dressed to the nine. Got this friend of mine in Italy who did a TV station for ends me. These wonderful talion suits goodness. Can you turn the glitter down does that think plug in at night? I have been I've been really good businesses been phenomenal. We've been growing building a lot of video podcasting studios and growing in that aspect, and then you know, we've been doing a lot in asset management archiving stuff like that so management using what software. Well, we just did a big in. What is it a big install with CBS interactive with a cat Devi and zen data and a couple of other sources some storage from promise storage. And so we developed that all thing for them. We've been doing a lot with some Nasr. Luma forges been been Goodsell for us and doing some work on that. So for a cool, what if you have to show that you like, you know, there's so much to see the buzzes AK is a big buzz at the show. Stupid. But don't quote me on that. Now. I know if I if you talked to Mike Siani Bill, you know, AK is the most is where it has to be at. I I agree with you. You know, human. I can't really see more than that. You know in archiving for a K is has has an option. But you know, I I'm with you. I, you know, on the human I cannot see more than four case. So it's that's where I'm at. Besides eight Kate which clue been talking about a number of interviews show. What else caught your attention on the first day? But is that your last guest with the three sixty there's a lot of three sixty stuff that's being done at the show. We've been seeing a lot of that announcements. There's also a lot for live streaming live streaming as has played this year over last year. There was a lot last year. But you know, with with ACA, my solutions right next to you here and some of the new stuff that data videos doing some stuff that that black. Magic is doing some of the new the new technologies broadcast picks. Is a is a remarkable company that we've been working with. We just put a big in install at Dominguez hills college with the broadcast picks people and their stuff is phenomenal very low cost price with high-performance. So it's been one of you know. So live streaming is almost every booth has some play in the live streaming environment. It's pretty amazing when you think about how quickly that's taken off it is. And there's so much. It's so easy to get in into that. And so there's so much money made in if you do it, right and brand yourself and get out get out of YouTube. I tell people my big thing is get out of YouTube because when you have a YouTube channel, you work for you to that's what they call the YouTube channel, you know, so you know, develop your own channel develop your own brand. And I'm actually working on a talk with with Philip Hodges on out of brand yourself, how to how to have media people how to brand themselves because I think that's one of the things that editors and cinematographer is they know how to do the cameras and worth the to'real, but they don't know how to brand themselves, and that's one thing we're working together, very smart thing. Because as we continue to shift into a gig economy, the ability to make sure people understand who you are. And what makes you different from the competition critical? Absolutely. I mean you. Look back to the old apple different photos, and how Steve Jobs took those major big brands like, you know, like. On John Lennon, and I'll Einstein and all these great people that people identify with. And then pop the apple logo on so people identified now with with their heroes with apple and that kind of thing how you brand yourself is very important. I don't mean to to to short circuit you as advantage. Now say anything at the show that we need to pay attention to cite the fact that you continuing to grow. Well, you know, we're we're doing a lot of things we've all started new thing where we broadcast channel. We have seen called high launch. Tv we are on apple TV, Roku and was on fire stick Ross onto wreck TV com. Cash dish network. We're we're in thirty cities raw casting local televisions were on cruise ships were in hotel almost three hundred hotels.

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"devi" Discussed on Masala History

Masala History

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"devi" Discussed on Masala History

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"devi" Discussed on Masala History

Masala History

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"devi" Discussed on Masala History

"Hello and welcome to masala history. Podcast my name is the and today i'm going to host. The first off are two or maybe even three episodes dedicated to march which is women's history month in dedication to women's history. We're going to talk about series of women are women related topics on our podcast and to kick-start off this merriment. I wanted to bring in the greatest of all women that we know from south asia the great goddess daily as an exploration of what he is or what it we means it within the hindu scriptures. I wanted to explore. Davey mahatma a sixth century scripture in sanskrit that was written and had enjoyed and continues to enjoy widespread popularity throughout south asia and especially within hinduism. We've seen her many many times overs so much that she is burned into our will cavalry and into our memory when we think of the daily we think of the multi goddess ferocious and sometimes astrid Perhaps on a lion or a ferocious tiger. And who's ready to fight demons and win battles. She is a woman of power and courage and valor and beauty. And this is the visual recollection that we have of the great goddess. We also see the other forms and in common parlance across south asia for example if a woman gets really angry Chances are that you've heard people refer to ask. Oh my god she just became like a big rally which is sort of the the ferocious doc form of devi. We also hear that you are like the great mother. The goddess unbe another form of davey and so as such within south asia. The irs a whole host of varied forms within which is understood. Where do these forms of the david come from. What are the basis from which we derive these kind of common. Literal and visual. Were cabbie leery about the end. Her associated femmes. This is the topic that we're going to address in this episode. Along with this the very end we're gonna ask an interesting question. And that is if the goddess was a feminist where we celebrating women's history month after also. We do indeed need to talk about the feminist aspects of the great gardeners so without further ado. let's get into the podcast. Davey mahatma as the scripture was written around sixth century c e it's divided into thirteen chapters and each of these chapters belong within three does or three different episodes that educate these three episodes are really tales of her ways of being unlike other parana that were made before. And after the mahatma the davy muhaamad tells you that davy is the true and only cost of triumph over evil. Not the other gods and especially not the media. God's within the mahogany the three stories. The three charlie does and they kind of explain the development of davy starting from the minute or the invisible are the immaterial. Form of davy. Do her complete midi powerful self. That is able to go out and fight battles in many foams the first of these three stories which looks at the as an imitator presence is one that addresses her as muhammadiyah muhammadiyah meaning the great illusion. Mahama is percent in all beings as debbie. Mahatma tells you as wisdom or assurance she becomes the reason for vishnu scoffs mc sleep the in upon ananta the great serpent..

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Dell shareholders back return to the public market

FT News

06:31 min | 2 years ago

Dell shareholders back return to the public market

"We're taking a look at sales returned to the public markets in two thousand thirteen the computer company quit the NASDAQ in a controversial twenty four billion dollar buyout. But now five years later and after a fierce fight among some key shareholders. Michael Dell's technology company is set to listen to the new York Stock Exchange are US editor of the lex column. Sajida in that talks to Amy keen about what's bringing the company back to the public market. And why some shareholders resisted the deal? So G starts with what prompted Michael Dell to take his company private just a few years ago. So dull, obviously, it was the famous stop. He c- maker Michael Dell started the company in the eighties. When he was a college student and his dorm room at Texas. It was hot company for a really long time. But say ten years ago, you know, the PC became much less important smartphones were here, the the iphone and the like, and so he ended up spending like fifteen billion dollars between twenty ten and twenty twelve trying to turn delicacy off company, a much broader tech company, the market hated that. It's down shares like twenty five percent between twenty ten and twenty twelve and around the same time he had met this guy. Egon Durban who was a private equity investor to firm called Silverlake, which is a Silicon Valley based buy out firm, which is quite prominent both in Silicon Valley and in Wall Street and doing these buyouts, and they happen to be neighbors in a Wii. And so they had the idea that they could take Dell private buy out the public shareholders, and then reinvent this company and private so through the course of twenty thirteen the announced the deal and. By the end twenty thirteen they were able to tail private at a twenty four billion dollar valuation is very controversial a bunch of shareholders protested because they thought Michael Dell was a CEO, and he knew things that no one else did. And if he's buying why should we selling? But ultimately, they're all able to push the deal through and Dell became a private company in late. Twentieth. Thirteen and so if you fast forward five years Dell is going to be coming back to the public markets. What's changed? What happened over this period? Yeah. So the whole plan was to turn around and reinvent the company, which they did very dramatically Silverlake is a private equity firm. And so they have investors who are pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds and endowments who after five seven ten years want their money back. So it's natural for companies that go private like delta to relist again. And so what they've done in the last five years is that they really did till it turn del into this like one stop shop for corporate IT department. So they bought most prominently EMC, which is a tech data vendor for sixty seven billion dollars. They offload. A divisions that didn't fit anymore, and they've turned into this company that really can go up against Cisco HP and IBM and companies like that Sajid in order for Dow to have the backing to list again this time in the new York Stock Exchange, they company needed shareholder support. Can you walk us through what led to the vote that took place on Tuesday places start with that as we have to go back to the EMC deal, which happened 2016 EMC was a sixty seven billion dollar company. Dell was big it was perhaps thirty forty billion. Maybe at the time twenty five something like that. So it was private. So we don't actually know what the valuation was. But the point is he was much bigger. And so two by all of EMC offered their shareholders to things that gave them twenty three dollars per share in cash and the gave them a piece of paper called tracking stock to track. Another company called VM ware VM where was majority owned by EMC was also listed. So eighty percent of this company that was listed was owned by EMC Dell couldn't afford to buy all that for cash. And so they said, you know, what will give you this piece? The paper called tracking stock in VM ware, and it will reflect our interest in this company VM ware, and it should trade roughly in line with with VM ware. And so this piece of tracking stock which was publicly listed or traded called deviant t was created UNC shareholders got it. And for the last two years. It has traded has gone up quite a bit. The problem is it's always triggered a sharp discount to the pure VM ware stock big del wanted to go public again. And so the way to do that was not a traditional IPO where they just go out and sell shares of Delon people by that in like an under written offering what they wanted to do was take Dell shares a private and then swap it with Devi shareholders who would get the new Dell paper and through that transaction. Dell would again be public company. The problem was how do you actually value DVD, and that has been the fight for the last six months, let's say it's been particularly contentious who are some of the key sort of people fighting. It's interesting TV. Mt. Is like this weird security. VM ware is hard to understand. So not survey. Rising Lee its biggest investors have been hedge fund. So most prominently call icon had a big stake Elliott, the very high profile hedge fund that gets in these kind of fights. Was there a bunch of other kind of brand name twins were involved in the Soza a fight really between for the last six months to throughout the terms of this reverse merger IPO between these big hedge funds, and then Silverlake sedans had the benefit over these last few years of not having to answer to the public markets not having to release quarterly earnings. How's it looking like, it's gonna trait? That's a great question. So part of the fight that's gone on with this VM ware. Tracking stock called Devi MTA has been there's really two issues around it one VM ware. Let's say one hundred and fifty dollars per share company. The tracking stock has traded say around one hundred or one hundred and five so thirty forty percent discount. So the whole of that tracking stock one want to be made whole sort of get a value that approaches at one fifty the other half of the fight in the more complicated. Fight is a big portion of this. Deal is in this del stock which is suddenly going to be public. How much is that worth since it's private there's a big disagreement on how much that is worth. The delta worth quite a bit. The hedge funds have been skeptical. And so that was really the core kind of fight that just got resolved a came up with a clever mechanism to sort that out. But if you look at the actual numbers, and where Dell's going to trade at least initially the Cordell business businesses, not going to trade at a very high multiple. And so Michael Dell who was frustrated five years ago about his valuation is probably going to be frustrated now again, and so the question is do shareholders publisher holders now mutual funds, and the like do they kind of Dopp his vision on how Dell is going to really compete in this new IT market that they've been remade. And they're right up there with Cisco, and Microsoft, and the others or is this going to be thought of as a slow growth business that has this corporate governance problem with private equity firm who still there and Michael Dell who have super voting shares? We're going to take advantage of us. So the real question is now. Hey, the public. They got this deal done our daily at the benefit of the doubt or not. All All right. right. Thank Thank you. you.

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ICYMI: Tokyo tour of gadget oddities

Talking Tech

05:33 min | 2 years ago

ICYMI: Tokyo tour of gadget oddities

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. Hello, talking tech listeners. I'm back from my weekend, Japan and Batt on the podcasting beat think thank you to go when my Snyder enriched in euro for filling in for me while I was gone and speaking of that trip to Japan, I'd like to tell everyone about some of the more unusual as well as useful tech innovations that I saw during my travels. Let's start with something that every one of you would want a battery charger. First smartphone did, does it have to be charged before you can use it now we've all been there. We've run at a juice while we're out and about on our travels. We could spend twenty to fifty dollars for an external battery brick that connects to the smartphone. If we were smart enough to charge it up and take it before we left or in the case, Japan just slip into a seven eleven store and pick up one of these twenty dollar chargers that goes way further. There are already stocked with four AA batteries. Now you could get more power from one of the bricks, but you have to recharge it again before you use it in Japan. There's a seven, eleven on seemingly every block in the city's. So access to external power is now available to everyone and so readily available for IOS or Android. So that falls into the useful category in the strange weird and maybe who knows category, two products that caught my eye from Panasonic. There's the battery powered leg air massager for the woman at work to where stylishly as a dress accessory and a cone of silence type contraption that knocks out other sounds and sights while at work more on that in a minute. Let's start with the leg massager. It's pink contraption that attach the both legs and the. A remote. You can now massage twelve parts of your feet and legs. It sells for around four hundred bucks for big spenders. You could pick up a button massager for eight hundred dollars. Now these products are currently only sold in Japan and Malaysia, but if interested listeners could pick up a used version on EBay, more interesting is this crazy quiet cone that attach is to your head. It's called wear space. It's a prototype for a product that might eventually come out the ideas, the blackout noise and more from your co workers. It's a use shape fabric that wraps around your face over some headphones, the phones block out the noise and the fabric blocks out what your co workers are doing. No pricing has been announced, but I can tell you this. I like wearing headphones, but not all day. I'm good for maybe a half hour and hour tops. I can't imagine wearing this. You show. Fabric for very long, eight hours a day. I don't think so. Now, meanwhile, you've probably heard me say the Japanese electric shops are some amazing places, a geeks, paradise, and their way larger than the ones we have back home with floor after floor of everything from cameras, phones and TV's two toilets, lighting and toys beyond what's new, what's really cool is how these stores are so large, they don't get rid of old products. You wanna fax machine. I can find you a whole lot of them. Many models at the iota Bashi Akiba shop. That's the world's biggest electron store. Remember many Devi camcorders while I haven't used once since two thousand and ten, but the store has several blank mini Devi cassettes available for sale. And after navigating eight floors of tech goods at Yoda Bashi going up all those escalators you know, that lake massager sounds kinda cool. After all, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA that you can check out my video report Abed visiting Yoda Bashi and doing the Tokyo should Buick scramble on my YouTube channel. His YouTube dot com. Slash Jefferson, Graham look for me on Twitter where I match efforts in Graeme. Please subscribe to talking tech on apple in Google podcast. Please favor the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Tokyo Tour - tech innovations and oddities

Talking Tech

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Tokyo Tour - tech innovations and oddities

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. Hello, talking tech listeners. I'm back from my weekend, Japan and Batt on the podcasting beat think thank you to go when my Snyder enriched in euro for filling in for me while I was gone and speaking of that trip to Japan, I'd like to tell everyone about some of the more unusual as well as useful tech innovations that I saw during my travels. Let's start with something that every one of you would want a battery charger. First smartphone did, does it have to be charged before you can use it now we've all been there. We've run at a juice while we're out and about on our travels. We could spend twenty to fifty dollars for an external battery brick that connects to the smartphone. If we were smart enough to charge it up and take it before we left or in the case, Japan just slip into a seven eleven store and pick up one of these twenty dollar chargers that goes way further. There are already stocked with four AA batteries. Now you could get more power from one of the bricks, but you have to recharge it again before you use it in Japan. There's a seven, eleven on seemingly every block in the city's. So access to external power is now available to everyone and so readily available for IOS or Android. So that falls into the useful category in the strange weird and maybe who knows category, two products that caught my eye from Panasonic. There's the battery powered leg air massager for the woman at work to where stylishly as a dress accessory and a cone of silence type contraption that knocks out other sounds and sights while at work more on that in a minute. Let's start with the leg massager. It's pink contraption that attach the both legs and the. A remote. You can now massage twelve parts of your feet and legs. It sells for around four hundred bucks for big spenders. You could pick up a button massager for eight hundred dollars. Now these products are currently only sold in Japan and Malaysia, but if interested listeners could pick up a used version on EBay, more interesting is this crazy quiet cone that attach is to your head. It's called wear space. It's a prototype for a product that might eventually come out the ideas, the blackout noise and more from your co workers. It's a use shape fabric that wraps around your face over some headphones, the phones block out the noise and the fabric blocks out what your co workers are doing. No pricing has been announced, but I can tell you this. I like wearing headphones, but not all day. I'm good for maybe a half hour and hour tops. I can't imagine wearing this. You show. Fabric for very long, eight hours a day. I don't think so. Now, meanwhile, you've probably heard me say the Japanese electric shops are some amazing places, a geeks, paradise, and their way larger than the ones we have back home with floor after floor of everything from cameras, phones and TV's two toilets, lighting and toys beyond what's new, what's really cool is how these stores are so large, they don't get rid of old products. You wanna fax machine. I can find you a whole lot of them. Many models at the iota Bashi Akiba shop. That's the world's biggest electron store. Remember many Devi camcorders while I haven't used once since two thousand and ten, but the store has several blank mini Devi cassettes available for sale. And after navigating eight floors of tech goods at Yoda Bashi going up all those escalators you know, that lake massager sounds kinda cool. After all, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA that you can check out my video report Abed visiting Yoda Bashi and doing the Tokyo should Buick scramble on my YouTube channel. His YouTube dot com. Slash Jefferson, Graham look for me on Twitter where I match efforts in Graeme. Please subscribe to talking tech on apple in Google podcast. Please favor the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tack is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"devi" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"devi" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Do to the graphic nature of this woman's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of rape and murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Criminals exist in every culture and country in the world. But few criminals transcend petty crimes to become legends in their own time. The United States has Al Capone. England has the Cray twins, and India has Phoolan Devi by age eighteen in nineteen eighty. One Phoolan Devi had come to know that the world was a cruel fickle place, especially for women of no means and low birth. As far as the twenty five hundred year old Indian caste system was concerned. Phoolan was nothing more than a lowly worker ant. And if everything had gone according to plan in her life, she would have disappeared into a life as her husband's property in an anonymous village. Instead Phoolan's life veered sharply away from the ordinary. She became a fearsome bandit roaming the Indian states of Utah predation and Malia, predation and expensive land. The size. Of France, and when her life is abandoned, came to an end, she transcended all the injustices she had suffered and enacted against her enemies to become greater than the sum of her experiences. She transcended her cast her illiteracy and her social dishonour to become a member of parliament and a symbol of hope and possibility for India's lower castes..

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Ryan Murphy, SRI Metande and Kramer discussed on Cults

Cults

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Ryan Murphy, SRI Metande and Kramer discussed on Cults

"The apocalypse is upon us. Will you bear witness American horror story returns for its terrifying, eighth installment on Wednesday, September twelfth at ten pm on FX American horror stories, a groundbreaking anthology, horror drama series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad foul check. You've experienced murder madness, magic mayhem, misfits, mystery megalomania. Now prepare for the meltdown time is running out when American horror story apocalypse

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