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"dian fossey" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:55 min | Last month

"dian fossey" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Getting to live these long full lives but they might get an infection and die from that our old age they also died from respiratory disease so that can be a big problem for them okay. I got to bring this up just because it's unavoidable. So i grew up and i saw guerrillas in the mess. I'm like this woman is an absolute hero. I got into anthropology in a little bit different story about her. And i don't know how comfortable you are talking about that. But i guess. I heard that the the criticism of her was as she probably wasn't as detached of an observer. She may be should have been. Maybe diane fossey. Jane did i say jane. Oh yeah yeah is in. The midst was sigourney. Weaver wonderful actress playing dian fossey very popular movie in my youth but i guess the the criticism was was. She was to interactive with them Which they believe lead to some desensitizing of their fear of humans which led to poachers having easier access to them. Also i think she got into some wars with poachers. She burnt down one of their camps and they retaliated by killing twelve grill. Something horrendous i would feel unethical. Did not mention that. It's a little bit of a rocky past. Yeah i think for sure. I mean diana originally went there just like jane and so the three the leaky ladies as they call them. Sometimes she was picked by louis leakey to go and study released. She had no formal scientific background. She was thirty four years old when she went. I think about this woman who just picked up her life and moved to africa to lip. She first started in congo and after six months was kicked out because of civil unrest she actually was arrested by the military and she didn't give up so she went over to the rwanda side. She's like if you seen in the movie she's like gorillas don't know country boundaries. So i'm just going to move over to rwanda and start the research center there. And i think one of diane's greatest legacies is that she did lose her impartiality which i would say jane did as well and they were kind of the first to do that to see these animals not as numbers but as individuals and as she got to know them as individuals and tell their story it changed the way people thought about gorillas so they used to be king kong ferocious beast and now they're nickname is gentle giant and so she completely changed public perception.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Sidedoor

Sidedoor

07:47 min | 10 months ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Sidedoor

"The modern west is out. Now, the stories will take you to the windswept prairie were old West Ghost town once stood and a new ghost town in the making were schools and businesses are closing fast. The modern West is exploring rural decline and resilience and asking why does it matter of America's small towns disappear search for the modern West wherever you get your podcasts. Okay let's start with the obvious guerillas are massive. Big Male can be well in excess of four hundred pounds. This is Craig Shelly I mean he's like a big linebacker He's as powerful as ten men today Shali vice president at the African Wildlife. Foundation. But in nineteen seventy-three, he was in the Peace Corps working in Zaire. Now, the Democratic Republic of Congo and that is where he first got a glimpse of these mountain dwelling linebackers today. It's not all that hard to meet a guerilla. If you have a lot of money but back in nineteen seventy-three gorilla tourism wasn't a thing yet is wild animal tourism was starting to take off in other parts of Africa the mountain gorilla experts thought they could appeal to the same set of adventurous and rich tourists. So one day in seventy three, a game warden asked Shali. If he'd help habituate a group of guerrillas, habituate means get them used to having people around step one to tourism. And effectively indicated that I'd be happy to be a Guinea pig. The idea is to find a distance that the wild gorillas are comfortable with, and then quietly work their way closer to the group. At the beginning of this process, the guerrillas tend to be nervous for the most part they've had no encounters with other great apes in particular human great apes and it's frightening for them. One famous story of Habituating Morillas was of Dian Fossey she's a guerilla research pioneer in the nineteen sixties she moved by herself to a volcano in Rwanda and through persistence and patience she ended up habituating a number of guerrilla groups. Fosse's story was told in the nineteen. eighty-eight movie gorillas in the mist Fosse's played by Sigourney Weaver, and there's one part in the movie that shows one of her earliest encounters learning about a guerrillas personal space. Here's what that sounded like. They're scared and lots of wrong inscribing lots of charges in the vegetation and a pretty invigorating experience. I'll say that sounds very exciting. The okay. You're adrenaline going the habituation process is slow. It can take more than a year until a group of guerrillas except having people nearby over the next decade more guerrilla groups were habituated and that habituation gave birth to mountain gorilla tourism because for every new habituated group that meant more tourists could hike into the forest and get close to some of the world's rarest apes and Charlie says from up close there's a lot to love about gorillas. A big beautiful great eighth than an elven guerillas in particular are are very, very majestic. They've got long black hair. They've got lovely features jolly was smitten by nineteen eighty eight. He was still working with guerrillas as director of the mountain gorillas project. It was a group that helped manage Rwanda's volcanoes national park. One of the few places on Earth at that mountain gorillas live in the wild. And why routine would be to go to park headquarters early in the morning Attach myself to a tourist group that was going out with guards and guides assigned to that guerilla group. I would spend the tourist time with them monitoring the Rollo's assessing health and behavioral status and all that kind of stuff. Essentially, it was up to Shali to make sure the guerrillas were healthy. His staff was doing its job and his growing groups of tourists were safe and happy in an average week. He'd visit every habituated gorilla group in the park, which means he spent hours in close quarters with more than one hundred guerrillas. He got to know them and they got used to him. It's the opportunity of a lifetime. Mediate. One of Shali big projects was to do a guerilla census. which is basically the same thing as human senses. But for guerrillas at the time, we didn't even know how many mountain gorillas there were. So every day he'd hike into the park count them watch quietly for a few hours and hike back to park headquarters guerrillas tend to live in these large family groups. So for Shali who knew each group and their habits, they were never that hard to find. A pretty predictable. Pattern throughout the day. Is Sleep throughout the night the and so in the early morning there in what is called night nest daylight the the silverback in particular is likely the first two rows and he's basically often feeding the rest of the group they'll follow and they will feed for a couple of hours they live in electrical a a big salad bowl. Did you say Salad? Bowl? I said that the forest is like a big salad bowl. Guerrillas have basically a diet that consists of probably seventy different plant species and they're selectively feeding as they go about their business in the fourth. Wash Allie was tallying the guerrillas. He also kept an eye on their health. He was used to guerrillas who are under the weather. Usually, it was typical sniffles are sneezes but in case a guerilla got very sick. The parkhead veterinarians on staff the mostly he just watched the gorillas eat and sleep mid morning. They will likely take a rest and so they'll build what are called nests. Girl. Asleep younger Hilas play but mostly they eat. Sounds like the life. Probably six o'clock as the sun is going down the bill, the night nest and starts all over again Mr calling my bed, my night nest. Absolutely. Not. Since Shali spent so much time with these age. They sort of became like an extended family and like everyone's family with goals and cool cousins Shali. Some favorites that he'd get excited to see he remembers this one three year old female named Cotto. Do very very well, she was a very, very interesting young and Albury social within the group and. Yet. She was a very special rule what mater special? I think basically the social interactions, it's not at all unusual for for young males within a group to be very very social I. Mean they're they're young, they're energetic. They're they're feeling their oats within the group As I recall was was a female who who had the personality of a lot of the young nails that especially during playtime she was right in the thick of things in terms of Interactions One day specifically February twenty Fourth Nineteen eighty-eight Shali and his team noticed cotto cough. He remembers it wasn't a normal tickle in your throat. It was more of a hack. Very harsh cough and it just was continuous on that particular day and as a result of that we determined that we would come back the next day to monitor and then as I recall. The call the subsequent.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"True crime is supported by better help online counseling people often portray their happiest self to others. Whether it's is at work or on social media we often make it appear that we have everything figured out but a lot of times. We don't I know that I don't and if you're like me it's it's not always easy to ask for help and find counseling. This is where better help can help you. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in a variety of issues issues including depression and anxiety as well as trauma anger family relationships and so many others. And if finding a counselor that lives close close to you has been an issue. Better help allows you to connect privately with your counselor through text chat phone and video calls. You can get help at your own pace hace and on your own time and best of all you can get help. At an affordable rate today and true crime listeners will get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code today in true crime. That's better help dot com slash today in true crime. Why not get help? Better help dot com slash today in true crime now back to the story on December Twenty Seventh Nineteen eighty-five famous gorilla researcher. Dian Fossey was found murdered at her camp in Rwanda's Veru mountains. Although the killer had vanished there was no shortage of potential suspects. Fossey was aggressive towards the areas poachers ars and known to be abusive with her own staff as well shortly after the funeral on December thirty first nineteen eighty five the Rwandan ondon police made an arrest. Five of Fossey's trackers were taken into custody and placed in the Ruhengeri prison there were two motivating factors behind the arrests. I the murder weapon which had been found Fossey's bed came from the research cap up second. The police felt the trackers had behaved suspiciously at the funeral. However the logic behind behind both of these points was extremely tenuous? The police were unable to properly take fingerprints from the murder weapon because it was passed back and forth between between so many people between its discovery and it being placed into evidence as for the so-called suspicious behavior at the funeral. It was down down to a cultural misunderstanding. During the event one of Fossey's American colleagues gave one of the trackers a hug. This gesture is extremely extremely uncommon in Rwanda even in sad circumstances like a funeral strangers would only shake hands. Since this American colleague League was known to clash with Foxy the police assumed that she and the trackers had conspired together they believed the trackers had carried out the murder order on the American colleagues behalf. Ultimately the trackers were never charged with any crime although it took several months for them to be released from prison they didn't face any further punishment in mid January area of nineteen eighty six. The police stumbled onto a new lead. Instead of the killer coming from inside the research camp they thought it may have have been a poacher. This belief came from a letter Fossey had written about an encounter with a poacher that past November evidently fosse captured a poacher and discovered magic charms on his person these items were so important to the poacher that Fossey's Guards had to restrain rain him even though the poacher was put in prison Rwandan. Jails didn't have the same security measures as American correctional institutions as long as he had enough money. The poacher could have easily hired some muscle to break into Fossey's cabin and retrieve his charms then when Fosse woke up during the break in the intruder killed her with one of the camps machetes unfortunately proving that this poacher had arranged the attack doc on Fossey was nearly impossible to prove nevertheless the investigations continued and by mid nineteen eighty six. The police lease finally formally charged a suspect but it wasn't a poacher. It was Wayne Maguire. The graduate researcher sure who was one of the first people to find Fosse's body. According to the Rwandan Wander Government Mcguire had killed his mentor in order to steal the manuscript of her upcoming book as evidence. They pointed to hairs clenched clenched. In fossey's hands laboratory tests showed that they belonged to a white person and Maguire was the only Caucasian at the camp at at the time of the murder. Additionally the government claimed McGuire had taken two boxes of papers from Fossey's cabin after the murder her even though Maguire was no longer in the country the Rwandan government went ahead with a trial in absentia. With no defense present McGuire ear was found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging ultimately. This verdict was likely mostly for show. Rwanda didn't have have an extradition agreement with the United States and made no attempt to actually make sure that Maguire was punished for his alleged crime. Furthermore the American authorities never seemed to seriously consider him a suspect.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today is Friday December twenty seventh two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen eighty five. Live primatology Diane. Fossey was found murdered at her research. Camp in Rwanda to this day. Nobody knows who killed her. Or why. Welcome to today in true crime prime a podcast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised for listeners under thirteen gene. Today we're covering the murder of famed gorilla researcher Dian Fossey. Let's go back to Rwanda's Baru. Mga Mountains undescended twenty-seventh nineteen eighty-five around six thirty. AM The sun.

"dian fossey" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Number five the Ten Commandments. Nineteen fifty six number five the Ten Commandments Nineteen Nineteen fifty-six questionable six pizza one. Oh nine nineteen sixty three number six. PT See one zero nine nineteen sixty three question. Seven lady sings the blues. Nineteen Seventy Seventy Two lady sings the Blues Nineteen seventy-two Number Eight bound for Glory Nineteen in seventy six bound for glory nineteen seventy six number nine raging bull nineteen nineteen eighty number nine raging bull nineteen eighty bio pic number ten. What's love got to do with nine thousand nine hundred ninety three? What's love got to do with it? Nineteen ninety-three questionable eleven. Walk the line two thousand five walk the line from two thousand five number twelve the Iron Lady Two thousand twelve the Iron Lady from two thousand twelve number thirteen behind the candelabra. Two thousand thirteen behind the Candelabra two thousand thirteen and number fourteen battle of the sexes from two thousand eighteen battle of the sexes. Two thousand eighteen in your last question number fifteen guerrillas in the mid nineteen eighty-eight gorillas in the mist nineteen eighty-eight. Those are your fifteen questions bio-pics. They were pretty tough. especially if you don't know older movies but maybe you'll learn something from listening to this episode. We'll be right back in just the second with the answers. We are back with the answers to the tough quiz and bio-pics. Let's see how many you got right. Fifteen question number. One was a nineteen thirty. Nine movie called called Swannee River and the subject of that bio pic. Was Stephen Foster known as the father of American music. Musician Stephen Foster question number two the pride of the Yankees. He's nineteen forty two. That was of course Lou Gehrig Lou keurig number two number three rhapsody in blue another musician. George Gershwin nineteen forty-five George Gershwin. Gershwin was the bio-pic subject. They're number four night and day. Nineteen forty six. That was the year my mom was born. Cole Porter Cole. Porter was the subject there number five the Ten Commandments. Nineteen fifty six Moses Moses Sweet Fancy Moses number six P. T. one nine nine hundred and sixty three we had John F. Kennedy Jfk the subject of that movie number seven lady sings the Blues Nineteen seventy-two that was Billie holiday. Billy holiday number eight bound for glory was woody Guthrie Woody Guthrie number nine raging bull nine thousand nine hundred boxing movie about boxer. Jake Lamotta played by Robert. Robert Deniro in the movie. Jake Lamotta number ten. What's love got to do with it? Nineteen ninety-three Tina Turner. Tina Turner number eleven walked the line two thousands. Of course johnny cash Johnny cash great parody. That movie called WOCKHARDT. The Dewey Cox story with Johnny Riley Number twelve the Iron Lady. Two Thousand Twelve L. Margaret Thatcher was the answer there number thirteen behind the candelabra. That was two thousand thirteen and that was liberace number fourteen battle of the sexes. which yeah I think was Emma stone and Steve Carell playing Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs and that was two thousand eighteen and that was battle of the sexes and Number Fifteen fifteen we had gorillas in the mist nineteen eighty eight and that was researcher? Dian Fossey so those were your bio pic questions courtesy of never too old for games dot com if you host Trivia for seniors they are a great resource but also they have a ton of great puzzles for any age. I've been using some of their grid puzzles at my live Trivia Nights and people really we dig 'em check them out never too old for games dot com and the two in the four. Are the numbers so never to hold four games dot com all right. That is today's episode guys. We have one more question for you. In the form of the question of the day this is brought to you by one of my sponsors. Which is Sandy? Mrs Best T-shirt printing shop and and all kinds of printing. Anything you need they can get it done for you. They are called funky monkey designs. funky monkey designs of Sandy California. FM DESIGNS INC DOT COM. sent him an email and let them know bud. -centia what group had hit song. Who let the dogs out? Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for prize. Yesterday's question of the day. The answer was Cecil or Cecil as the brother of sideshow Bob on the simpsons in your trivia teammate of today is the brutal suspects the brutal suspects suspects. Thank you so much for listening to the show. Thanks for telling a friend about the show. And we'll see you tomorrow for more trivia with buds cheers.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"It'd be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with me podcast. Thanks for checking out. The show comes out every single day. Sometimes i miss a day then. I put two out the the next day. That's what i'm doing right now. You could see all about me. I am a southern california trivia host at bars breweries all around the l. a. area and i would love free to come to a live trivia night and you could start with this big harry potter show. I'm doing this saturday night. September fourteenth at oh go- pogo brewing in san gabriel california yeah that's near pasadena not too far from the rose bowl and it's a great brewery and we have tons of fun there. I'll actually be there friday for bingo at seven. PM and then saturday four trivia at seven pm. We're giving away tons a harry potter stuff. I got like a little golden harry potter figure kinda like pop vinyl but i think a different brand. I've got a two different griffin door t shirts. I've at harry potter socks. I've got ones. I've got candy. I've got barbie dolls. I've got all kinds of cool stuff and i would love for you to win it all. If you love harry potter we've done on this show quite a few times just search trivia with buds harry potter on google and you should be able to find a bunch of different episodes. We've we've done and if you never wanna miss. An episode just hit subscribe. You'll get those episode sent to your device daily. <hes> today's episode is a confidence round recorded recorded at a place called. RT rogers brewing sierra madre california lots of fun to be had with this one ten totally random questions. If you're playing along at home you'll write down your answers rank. One through ten ten the highest ones the lowest and you have to use each number one time whatever you give a answer is how many points you get if you're right so using all those numbers once. You've got them all right. That's that's up to fifty. Five points quiz yourself at home. Write these down score yourself and see how many you get right out of fifty five and then send me pictures of your scorecards. I i always like seeing those. Two people are playing along or how they can seem show. Some people don't write them down. Some people yelling out with their friends like in a living room do nice little trivia night together. I'm down with that to some pictures. Send me videos. I wanna see it all. We had a fun night tonight. Guys my wife and i went out for our anniversary which is not not coming up until this tuesday but we went out had the grandma watch the kids and we went to the cheesecake factory which is one of our favorite places since the we have not been to in like two years since we've been paying off debt and debt free it was pretty cool and went there and we had this honey truffle chicken chicken which i can't recommend enough to really good like a crispy breaded light chicken with this honey truffle sauce on it. It's the best just comes with like mashed potatoes and in green beans but i do recommend so we both got that and we had our dinner we had our cheesecake and relieving we went to go pay the bill and and we're kind of like jammed over in a corner a super busy night. We had about a half hour for a table <hes> and the people next to us the waitress goes. Hey no. You're good. They paid for for your meal and i was like what that's crazy. Also they left way before us so i don't know how that works. They must just like round up with with what they paid but it was a pretty you know it's not like super cheap but it's not super expensive and <hes> it was totally covered by just a random strangers at a table. Oh i think it was a husband wife and a kid and they didn't look too much older than us from what my wife ashley remembers but i i was sitting next to them so i didn't really look all the way to my right at any given time but super super kind and just reminded me that i need to do more stuff like that more often especially now that i have some funds that can throw around for fun fun generous stuff like that so if you subscribe to that kind of thing i would try and do something like that today. I think we all did that today. Everybody who listens to this show you go out. You do something for somebody who doesn't have to be that big you know but maybe just buying somebody a starbucks or a just talking to a stranger more than you usually. Do i think at that <hes> just leads to a better world and i just wanted to share that story because i thought it was very very cool especially like because we're celebrating something we never go out and it was cool so very memorable very cool and thank you random couple and their kid who paid for that meal at cheesecake factory guys. Thank you for listening to the center. Thanks wchs you've always listening to the show and telling a friend about the show. That is the biggest way we grow each and every day and i am very very grateful for your recommendations. When people hit you up on facebook they go. Hey what are some podcasts that i should be listening to. Hey i just finished this. What should i binged next that kind of stuff and people tag me or link the show in some way on those posts very grateful for that keep doing that. It's very very cool and i will share this. Were six thousand downloads away from four hundred thousand downloads. That's crazy. Four hundred thousand downloads very very close since <hes>. Let's see looks like july seventeen. I think that's when we started july two thousand thousand seventeen july two thousand sixteen maybe now i think it was seventeen but thank you if you listen to always since the beginning or if you brand new thanks for being part of history and by history i mean the history of of what's going on in the trivia world in my head. Thank you for being a part of my head and thank you for <hes> spreading the word. We're going to jump into this episode right now guys. It's going to be a fun one and sit back. Listen see how many you get right out of ten on this confidence around here. We go all right. This is the confidence round guys ten totally random questions right. Now your answers ranking them. One through ten ten is the highest ones the lowest. Let's see how many of these random ask questions. You can get right number one. What famous document was signed on june fifteenth twelve fifteen number one. What famous document was signed on june. Fifteenth twelve fifteen question number twos zoologist dian fossey ossie dedicated her life to the study of what animals number two zoologist dian fossey dedicated her life to the study of what animals number two number two so here's the number three what corn related word is the name for a male swan. What corn related word not porn board with a p. but corn with see what corn related word is the name for a male swan number three question number four on your what does the computer acronym. USB stand for USB. What does the computer acronym. UCSB stand dan four number four this was the freebie question my website this week you could look this up at trivia with buds dot com check out the website every week for a couple of sample questions all the RSP recipe VP events for bonus points and special events like our big harry potter trivia coming up in san gabriel on saturday september september fourteenth a week from this saturday complete harry potter trivia right around the corner if you're in the harry potter number five vincent fernie in a year f. e. r. n. E. r. is better known as what infamous rock star vincent furniture is better known as what infamous this rockstar number five number six after the initial white belt belt color is next in the ladder of learning keratin number number six after the initial white belt. What color is next on the ladder of learning karate number six number six number seven. What is the name of go. Oh coups race on dragon ball z number seven. What's the name of go coups race on dragon ball z. What is the race ace of goku number seven number seven number eight. What oscar winning actor is also the spokesman for farmers insurance number eight oskar winning actor is also the spokesman for farmers insurance number eight number eight number nine according to the US us government publishing office style manual. What would you be called if you're from kansas number nine what is someone who is from kansas called according to the US government publishing office style manual. This was just a big buzzfeed article that i read it was kind of trending last week. I think number nine according to that manual what would you be called. If you're from kansas number nine and the last question of the night number ten what canadian city hosted the two thousand ten winter olympic vic games number ten what canadian city hosted the two thousand ten winter olympic games right down your ten answers rank them one through ten ten. The highest ones the lowest list number one in the ranking process fifty five points available. We'll be right back just a bit with the answers. These are the answers to round number word five the competence. What famous document was signed on june fifteenth twelve fifteen. That was the magna carta number. One of the magna carta number zoologist dian fossey dedicated her life to the study of animals guerrillas number two. She also loved the group the guerrillas with z number three although although i think she was probably dead before they came out. I'm pretty sure she was gone before they came out number three. What corn related word is the name for males swan cobb cobb like a corn. Corncob is a male swan number four. What does the acronym. UCSB stanford in the computer world universal serial bus universal serial bus number five incident vernier hardier is better known as what infamous rock star alice cooper seventy one years old phenomenal golfer about number six after the initial white belt l. What color belt is the next in ladder of learning karate yellow yellow belts number seven. What's the name goes race on dragon ball z sayings they are are saying number seven number eight what oscar winning actor is also the spokesman for farmers insurance whiplash star j. k. simmons and the voice of the yellow peanut the commercials number nine according to the US government publishing office style manually manual. What would you be called if you're from kansas tans in k. a. n. s. a. n. Kansan numbers and what canadian city hosted the twenty san winter olympic games vancouver vancouver. Those were your answers to confidence round trivia great job. Everybody at archie rogers <music> there. It was a classic confidence round on the show. We do this all the time and all my life trivia nights with those and i hope you had fun trying to figure out those tricky questions. Thank for the question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs of sandy miss california hit these guys up. If you need t-shirts printed sweatshirts hats jackets they do do it all and they do it really well. They're masters of embroidery if you need something embroidered and in mass quantities go talk to FM designs inc dot com. That's funky monkey designs of sandy miss california. Here's your question super mario. RPG for super nintendo had the subtitle the legend of the seven what it the legend of the seven what tweet me your answer at ryan buds or email ryan buds edgy mail dot com to be eligible for prize. Yesterday is questioned that they answer was emilio eleo estevez for who played the coach in the mighty ducks movies and your trivia team name of the day is let's get quizzical a reference to let's get physical with olivia newton john all right. We're gonna sign off with this episode right now but thank you so much for listening. Thanks for telling a friend and we'll see you tomorrow. More trivia with buds cheers.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"That's math NASA's dot com slash in or call eight five five nine one two m a t h I can't believe the proximity that you guys get to guerrillas when you everybody when you go you'll see like, you're not way, I want to go. It is something that everyone must do. First of all, a safari is something everyone must do. But for sure to be that close to these magnificent majestic creatures that that have so much power that don't wanna hurt you that are just sitting there just that's that's what seems very unattainable like five. Nansha? But the more popular they've become they've they've they have the very high end luxury safaris, but they do have economical ways for you to do it. You can stay in a motel, and they'll just bring you a stuffed animal. That's exactly right. That's what I'll be doing with my family. But yeah, it's cool. It's like it seems to be on pretty much. Everyone's bucket list is like, oh, yeah. I want to go on a safari and then to see. Yeah. And it should be because I mean, it you are entering their territory. It's their world and the way that they look at you is I mean, it's it's hard to describe. I remember just before we went we had dinner, and Leo DiCaprio was at this dinner on that was a name dropping someone here in L A. Sorry. Or the name. Leo was at the dinner. But you know, in of all the things that Leo has done in his life with his foundation because I mean, he's away. Leo has dedicated himself to the environment is it's it's unbelievable. It's really an amazing. But he said one of his favorite things was this guerilla truck owners Wanda. Yeah. Wow. All right. So you may have seen this on the show. But this is Porsche's. This is the ground breaking ceremony attended by Porsche Ellen was back here. Doing shows. Thanks to us in Rwanda first week of at where it's really amazing ticket. Listen so a couple of weeks ago. My wife Porsche went to Rwanda she was there for the ground breaking ceremony for my campus that we're building for the Dian Fossey gorilla fund to help protect the mountain gorillas, and it was an incredible experience. And I want to show you more of what happened because she it was it's amazing. This thing came about because I thought what on earth? Do you give the woman who has everything? So I thought the best gift that I could give her was a way to connect her past to her future at a little girl. Now seeing that brave woman scientists who left her comfortable life to set up a tent in the Rwandan forest to save a species on the brink of extinction was transformative for Ellen's it made her see the world differently, and it made her see her place within it differently. I gave this gift to Ellen because we both love and wanted to protect gorillas after coming here. However, we fell in love with the country and its people. This is. The guys on. So this campus isn't for me or for Ellen. It's to the people of Rwanda, it is my hope that the campus will serve as a catalyst to encourage US Dream bigger to know that we too can make an impact and that all of us can become trailblazers just like Ellen and. Brian. Incredible. You know, they're endangered like there's not a lot of them. No, there's well. There was eighty and then the Reese the recent count. I think we're up to a thousand. So it's real conservation success story, which is rare. There's a thousand gladdens. Wow. Just glavin. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Wait. Okay. You know, I just want. I just want to tell all of our listeners our listeners now that that Eboni or wearing the same sweater. Yes. They are. We'll we'll post a photo. We'll post you have a very similar. It's going to be honest. It looks better on you. I don't know. If you if you. Yeah, we should post a photo. But just so, you know, Eddie's ED's wearing a lady shirt. Just so everyone's clear, and I it's wearing, you know about your Marsh, della fanny pack, and I too have a Gucci fanny pack. Remember when you got your first big screen TV life changer. Suddenly normal.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Alive on earth. Thus the work of the Dian Fossey gorilla phones remains vitally important to ensuring future been gorillas in the mist Diane wrote little did I know then that by setting up to small tents in the wilderness of the verandas, I had launched the beginnings of what was to become an internationally renowned research station eventually to be utilized by students and scientists from many countries so for your birthday Ellen. I am bringing you and your hero. Diane together by buildings the Ellen Degeneres campus of the Dian Fossey gorilla fund Ellen will carry on. Giving terminent came. Now, you join by the protection and champion of these amazing animals for note in Baretta happy birthday. But that's not all. So in summer is is in Burbank where is it? So it'll be at most incredible sensor for tourism education and for further scientific research. So. Hereby kind of that. I have also set up a foundation in your name called the Ellen Degeneres Wildlife Fund. So this is the first initiative for the fund, but you can take this. And do it do whatever you want with it. You've done amazing work elephants. And you can just continue in support every wanted. It's it's it's the best gift of always said when we got married Porsches line was it's good to be loved. It's profound to be understood. And she understands me because that is the best gift that anybody could have given me. So. What an amazing moments that. I can remember in sixteen years where we we take take the credit where Porsche left Ellen speechless. Like really we've surprised that on doesn't love to be surprised. We don't try not to surprise her a lot once in a while. We'll say, okay. If we surprise you with this. And we surprise her, you know, on air this was yeah. Yeah. As a as a talk show producer who enjoys ratings sweeps. This was it was it was. It was it was, you know, the sweetest thing that anybody could have ever done to be that thoughtful to to remember something like because it's not like we talked about it throughout the years. It's like we talked about it we first met and that that you would remember that. And and think of I mean, really just screwed me up because I I was like what? What do I because it's just so thoughtful? It's not like, you know, I can like by you Pllows and jewelry and that yet by. For those of you who don't know. It's like Ellen's Ellen's birthday is January twenty sixth. And then just a few short days later Porsches birthday on thirty first thirty first. So Ellen you received this gift from Porsche. And then it's Porsches birthday. Right. I'm what did I give you? I don't remember. You know, I don't either. Yeah. But I'm sure I loved it. I bet I bet you liked it. Yeah. It's a soom. It was gracious birthday is as better timing wise for sweeps. Oh, my really smart what we would have done when Porsche called us to say. I have this put it into this. What you think? Oh, no. It was in this week. Wasn't it? What I'm saying? We are already working on that. All right. Yes. So sorry. Taking credit? As parents we want to do our best to set our kids up for success, including making sure they excel to the fullest potential in subjects like math. That's why you need to try math nays, even whether your kid is falling behind and math or their advanced. And you want them to stay ahead. Matinees Eum will create a customized learning plan specifically for their needs..

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"So it was an incredible experience. I mean, I just couldn't believe. Leave the feeling of gratitude. Which was really overwhelming for me. Just not just from people that are going to directly benefit, but just the the entire area the fifteen hundred jobs that'll be created millions of dollars go into the economy because of your campus, and it was it was a really special pretty overwhelming moment. Yeah. It was amazing. Because you know, I the reason she gave me this. This gift is because I've always loved what Dian Fossey did when I was growing up. I knew who she was what she did. And I love animals and mountain gorillas are just incredible intelligent creatures. But then we went to Rwanda, and we fell in love with the people of the canal because the people are happy and in friendly, and it's it's a beautiful country. That is that is what Diane Fossey has now. And then what we're building. That's what we're building. That's what we're building. Which is the. Yeah. The permanent. So. I was very jealous. Because obviously, I'm working, and I couldn't go. So I had to send you and appreciate it very much. And you just you didn't miss a lot. I I went to Jim hardy party out. That was not and things all you had some folks over to head some people at the house. But anyway, I I was partying the well. I was there. Yeah. Fine. No xactly. Holy fine. Thank you. All right. You know, I've been to Rwanda the mountain gorillas. Also, I have been there. What did you do that before you started, you know, three years ago? Yeah. Yet, it's not something that I had anywhere -ness of. And then a friend of mine had just gotten back from seeing the guerrillas and had like pictures on his phone of. He's like this is me, and this is a grill and right next to one another, and I love gorillas, and monkeys and it was like I have to do this. It was before my daughter was born we had like a year before we were gonna lose our freedom. So we went to we went to Africans the guerrillas really life changing. But it's also something that like, I feel like most people don't realize you could actually do this and the thing that outside of donating to Ellen fund supports the guerrillas is going and pain to visit them in the in the jungle in Rwanda. So if you have the means to actually go there and go and see. Gorillas? You should do it. That's incredible. That Jason amazing pants. I go surfing. I like water. We'll see in a couple of days. But in the meantime, subscribe to our lovely podcast Ellen on the go.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Five nine hundred killed plus the four attackers and American actress Dian Fossey who had studied gorillas in the wild in Rwanda was found hacked to death on this date as well. And also on this date. Naturalist Charles Darwin set out on the round the world voyage aboard the HMS longhaired dachshund, which was the name of the ship. I believe so. Sounds right to me. I think that's what it was. Hello delhi? Hello dolly. I also have the chance to actually. Some time ago. Carrie Fisher died a couple years at one St. and it was the second Star Wars movie in our did the junket was doing to company over channel two at the time and interviewed her quailed city. I mean. Carolina. Wow. One of the worst interviews ever. I mean, she was barely there. There was unbearable. It was just she was just barely straight face. Man. I kept trying. I mean, I'm just doing my best to get to soundbites of that. I can use some. I five minutes were there. And I couldn't get couldn't get a coherent sentence out of her. I mean, just and I thought, wow, I mean, it was sad. I'd never been that close to somebody. That's strung out before. And it was just I guess all I think she got past that eventually, but she died after suffering a medical emergency on a flight from London to LA. She was sixty by the way, the next day. Her mom, Debbie Reynolds died the next day, which is very very up. All right, gentlemen. All three of you. Here's your quiz for the day. All right, who which of these individuals is the elder, which is the elder. A guitarist David Knopfler of dire straits or actor Gerard Depardieu? Which of those two is the older Chuck. No, not me. I don't think I'm older, but Alko with guitarist no-one forgiven. Do you want for Dipper? You thought it was is isn't it? Mark Knopfler stefanopolis, David Mark. Maybe it's Mark David Knopfler. But if you use all all the names use a serial killer, that's the rule. First middle and last name. It's a serial killer. That's. A troop if you're using first middle and last name hear the newsmen say, John Wayne, Casey. Guys got their use the middle name. He's got to be a serial killer. Knopfler or Depardieu? What say you, sir? I'll use Chuck is my towel on. This would go with Mr. Knopfler. Yeah. Heard you for world on hus- Depardieu is seventy officers claim to fame. Really, no kidding. Deputy used done tons of movies. I don't know big kind of heavy jaw kind of French guy. Apparently, I can't remember one. I know he has done a lot. I can't I can I can see the scenes with him and cute American female actors as they tried to somehow figure out a way making him a US citizen or something. I dunno. No. He's done.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"Welcome to bed time history. Imagine you're hiking through the thick green mountains of Rwanda a country deep in the heart of Africa. It is wet and dark in the dense leaves plants and vines, and you and your team use machetes, which are large knives to cut through the foliage as you make your way to you destination. There is no path for you to follow. So you use animal tracks and signs. Finally, you cut through to an open area and stop in your tracks. Everyone goes quiet carrillo's dozens of them lying around and frolicking in the mist. They're exactly what you have been looking for tonight. We are going to learn about Diane Fossey, an American woman who loved animals and grew up to become a famous zoologist or someone who studies animal behavior. Diane Fossey was born in San Francisco, California in nineteen thirty two. She grew up with her mother and stepfather and developed a strong love of animals at a young age. She enjoyed horseback riding as a kid and teenager and she dreamed of becoming a veterinarian Abed Narian as a doctor for animals. Diane went to college in California and started studying veterinary courses, but decided to change and studied occupational therapy. Instead, occupational therapy is a type of therapy that helps people who are injured or unwell to learn to use their bodies again after she finished college. Diane worked at a hospital in California. She was offered a job as the director of children's hospitals. Occupational department and Kentucky. So she moved there and nineteen fifty five in Kentucky. Diane lived on a farm and spent a lot of her free time with the farm animals. Diane had decided that she wanted to travel and see other parts of the world and she really wanted to visit Africa. So she saved up her money and in nineteen sixty three she traveled to Africa for the first time while she was there. She traveled to many countries, including Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and the Congo. And africa. Diane, a number of other scientists and researchers she was inspired by the work. They were doing in different areas, including paleo anthropology or the study of human fossils and wildlife photography the wildlife, photographers that she met we're working on a movie about African gorillas. They took Diana long on one of their trips to find the girl as in their natural habitat a habitat as an animal's natural Homer environment. When Diane for saw the guerrillas on that trip, she became instantly in love with them. She liked that they had individual personalities, and we're shy. She wanted to return again to see them. Diane went back home to Kentucky and met others who are interested in gorillas. She met a professor named Louis Leakey and together they made plans to conduct a long-term study on the gorillas of the Rwandan mountains in order to conduct the research. Diane needed to live in Rwanda. And so she moved there and spent her time living mostly in the mountains with the guerrillas and watching them she lived like this for four years until the war broke out and had to leave to escape the war. Diane continued to study guerrillas and worked on getting a doctorate degree based on her research at Cambridge University in England. In nineteen Eighty-three. Diane published a book about her research. Enter experience living with the guerrillas. It was called gorillas in the mist. And it became a best selling book the book was even made into a popular movie in nineteen eighty eight. Unfortunately, there were a lot of people who did not like, Diane and the work. She was doing many people at the time tried to hunt grill as and kill them since they could you they could get a lot of money for their bodies and parts Diane spoke out against these hunters or poachers. And because of this many of these hunters did not like her. They did not want. Her message of protecting the gorillas to be spread sadly on December twenty six nine thousand nine hundred five Fosse was found dead at her London forest camp. She had been killed by the poachers. However, no one was ever caught or put in jail for what happened. The work with guerrillas continues through an international research fund called the Diane Fossey girl fund, the fund continues to operate and has expanded to other areas of Africa. The funds goal is to protect mountain gorillas and other endangered species in the guerrillas habitats. Diane Fossey is considered the leading researcher on the behavior of mountain gorillas. She worked hard throughout her life to protect these animals from extinction and from hunters and poachers. Who wanted to kill them, Diane's love of the guerrillas helped her to see them as highly intelligent individual animals and her passion for helping to save them made the girl of lives better from Diane? We can learn about the power of an individual to make a difference in the lives of other beings, including animals, sometimes one person interests and efforts can help save an entire species of animal. She showed bravery and travelling to Africa and facing the dangers of the. Jungle and poachers who disagreed with her and her strength and bravery continue to inspire others. Is there a type of animal that you love are there ways that you can learn more about these animals are there ways that you can get involved in caring for them like Diane? You can make a difference in the lives of animals that you love.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And it's all the way down to California, and Seattle and this is this is scary stuff. And I hope possibly would you ever catch one I don't think you would. If you had that chance I think you? Would let it go well you can't really like when I can't find a rogue male. Running around the the possibility, of that is like a needle in ten haystacks, all I study studies is groups of sasquatch. But went out to a group and captured one they would kill me if I went out to a, group and tranquilized one how do, you explain to a sasquatch high just pointed a gun at your signs and shot you But he's okay I'm just gonna take a blood sample on. It to please don't kill me hey you're, you know even if you pointed a gun at. A sasquatch the natives would sell you you're gonna take your last breath because. They know of guns are you don't point? Gun at a sasquatch I never have and never will And I think. Even go shoot one and bring a body back keep. Looking to die, I don't care what you could wear armor and, you can have you know the most incredible tactical team they throw boulders they're. Super. Fast they're incredibly powerful you're talking about a. Playmate that can run down, and elk and break its neck with. Their, bare hands these guys are. Crazy powerful and they know their environment so you know when, their when. Their family and, their race together they cooperate their whole lives in, special connection that technology. Can't match, to go shoot one would be be. Literally going to war if you, won that war. You'd have to you'd literally walk out look I got a sasquatch body I. Had, to, kill the, whole troupe of these peaceful wonderful incredible beans they're, all dead but I got. This one body and you know look what a hero I. Am what's the war with this peaceful species? So you have to understand that After I filmed with, Jeff Meldrum and Jon Benet illegal like my discovering. Bigfoot documentary and I went home the sasquatch came. Out and show themselves expose themselves to Jeff Meldrum came around when, Jon Benet was out. There they didn't have to do that for them to come out, and extend, the olive branch show themselves, to us like. They did when. I left there. I was teary eyed I was I felt so they didn't have to do that from a but they. Did because they trusted me and I have such a. Passion I feel, like like the way Jane Goodall talked about chimpanzees, or the love the Dian Fossey had for guerrillas when you're out there in. The. Field all the time you spend with these. Incredible beings you get attached, and you have emotions and so it's. Even, beyond oh just go shoot. One I know I I saw for the first time last, year a. Female expose yourself, to me and she looked exactly like the Patterson, female and I got. Her tracks in their tracks match exactly the tracks. The cast Patterson film and this It's beautiful female went and showed herself and it's blown my mind like I I know south watch a real and I saw her and yet I have, trouble believing that I saw her because, it's such a miracle like..

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"dian fossey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Four seven three eight seven sixty percent of the time view of you have peto ranga towns but this is something i'm so excited about the opportunity to talk to the famed primatology dr baruta galdikas now say that again dr baruta galdikas that's her name and she is incredible without her and the work of dian fossey with guerrillas and jane goodall with chimpanzees our knowledge base wouldn't be anywhere near what is understanding our cousins they are our cousins the great apes unfortunately though this cousin the ranga tan is disappearing from the planet so quickly why is that happening and what can we do about it i can't wait to speak with her also one of the reasons why we give up cats to animal shelters is that they go scratch scratch scratch and all the wrong places well the cats don't think it's a wrong place but we do and we'll speak with dr janine berger veterinary behaviorists with the san francisco spca about that and a big topic this time of year is the weather you look outside and the clouds are coming in you read the forecast and a thunderstorm is predicted well even before that happens your dog knows about it how does that happen and what can you do about it and i have those answers next as well but i your phone calls because i am a certified animal behavior consultant i am here to help you our phone number's eight six six five five four pets eight six six five five four seven three eight seven.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The pick yes towel southern where it's happening to other estranged betono how the birth happen and no it's the dad he's kind of the pain in the you know what were the data hasn't even been seen as he now is a deserter although back a little bit all right so and then finally in animal news this is so sweet i actually got choked up when i saw this oh poor should rossi who is the wife of ellen degenerates right was on her show for her sixty th birthday which was recently and gave her the coolest gift ever and i believe we have a clip of it so for your birthday allen i am i'm bringing you and your hero diane together by vaulting the ellen degeneres campus of the diane fossey guerrilla fund ellen will carry on diane's legacy by giving them a permanent pain now we rejoin earned as a kotelkin in hampering threes uneven animals for now happy birthday the new brother pool good okay so then so porsche gives heard this this campus at the dian fossey you know rwanda camp road and gives her you know this extra space so it's in her name and then she starts a wildlife fund in allen's name so she can support who whatever animal she wants to through this fund generous wildlife fund so this is the first initiative from the front but you can take this and to it do whatever you want with if done amazing work elephants he him non china's continuing support it's the.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Cell phone or a small electron act though the area where these krauer skrela's live this where minerals that are using electronics arm mine and um so it's really important not as we're consuming electronics and other things that we think about where they come from maybe we don't get a new cell phone the instant that it's available or we recycle our cell phones or we tell our government that we wanna make sure that when there when companies are harvesting these um minerals that they're doing it in a sustainable way that's not harmful to wildlife and to people the not the people when the latest from comes out or whatever it is not to buy do you know it's go but it is um but all of these things link back ultimately to the environment so it's just some things to be aware of and to be thinking about so you're elected officials that you just care about this topic and broader wildlife in general check out the dian fossey guerrilla fun you can learn more by going 'where www dad correla signed dot org thank you so very much tara and again thank you for all the great work you do thank you for having booth here telephone calls about maybe not the real it's eight six six five five four pets eight six six five five four seven three late seven investing is a longterm process how many times can you think of in the last decade that the stock market has destroyed retirement funds for people just like you and me for your existing ira you need the security that gold has provided for centuries remember gold has never been worth zero capital gold would like to introduce.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Loves music youths we're not talking dogs and we're not talking tasks sometimes i talk about other pets as well how many of you have a pet guerrilla well probably not too many of you i hope not anyway but when i was offered this opportunity i jumped at a doctor terrorists to win ski is a prime atallah gis than presidency ceo and chiefs scientific officer for the dian fossey gorilla fund something i feel passionately about his protecting our relatives the great apes out in various places around the world and this story is pretty nice for one species i think tara but not so good for most of them including most of the guerrillas species in fact there's one the groure is guerrilla that's disappearing as we talk i believe is that the case it is windy thanks so much for having me and for giving me this opportunity to tell you and your listeners a little bit about gorillas so yes you're exactly right um you know it's fifty years now since diane fossey went to study mountain gorillas and we're very thrilled that they are actually the only type of guerrilla that's an increasing number in number now it's still really small there were only eight hundred eighty of these individuals on the planet so they're critically endangered and it's going to put that in context we hear a lot about elephants with good reason because their numbers are declining very rapidly but there still or about six hundred thirty times as many elephants out there are mountain gorillas so it just gives you a sense of of how critically endangered these animals are but the good news is it's moving in the right direction and as you said that's not the case for the growl ras guerrillas an low and and the other types of guerrillas as well and not only the other types of guerrillas the wrange tens both species are disappearing the chimpanzees are disappearing and the but noble or disappearing a variety of reasons for all of that let me back up 100 steps first of all for those who don't know who diane fossey is and don't recall the movie gorillas in the mets can you can give us an update i mean you must right across there are people who are so young depressing me and you may be who don't know who diane fossey is.

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"dian fossey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dian fossey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hey cher you now over in the in the case of guerrillas ever ninety eight percent of our genetic material and so we see ourselves reflected back in their behavior and i think that surprising for people to know that there are individuals and animals out there that are so much like us that have family structures that are similar to ours they have friends like we do they had enemies like we do they fight they make up you know we always tease at their lives could easily be a daily soap opera of the the complexities that happen and you know diane fossey is really credited with a lot of that before she went to study the mountain gorillas and 19 sixty seven the popular perception was that of king kong gary ferocious aggressive animal and she was the first person to get to know these animals as individuals and tell their in digital stories and it really you know it it resonated with people around the world and it brought her work to um to everybody's attention but also the guerrillas themselves and i think that's why even to fifty years later and 32 years after her death that story in the guerrillas are are still so popular and attractive to people tell me about the dian fossey guerrillas on so we are uh we are a descendant of diane's original organization uh so we just had our fiftieth anniversary and we've grown since her time so she kind of was on top of these volcanoes you've been there you know it's very remote operating out of these little tents um and the organisation now is a hundred and seventy people across three countries so we have a small office here in atlanta georgia and then we have.

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