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"Well, because it's one of those things, I mean, think about this. It's just the kind of thing that sticks in your head. It wraps itself around your brain stem. That is the singing nun. And that was what the record said. The singing nun who has a birthday today. And she would have been, she would have been 90 passed away back in the 80s. But her name was Jean Paul Marie Deckers. She was Belgian and had a number one record there with Dominique in 1963. Boom. There you are. There you are. You know, my sister was a nun. Did you know that about me? I believe in working our way through your family. You have met that. What happened? Well, I don't want to talk about it. I don't have, I didn't have a great relationship with my sister. Well, okay. Sorry. Whoa. Whoa. So it didn't take? I mean, I don't know. Sorry. It's, it's, it's, it's a family thing, you know, and God rest her soul. She passed away and, uh, we were, uh, we difficult, it was difficult, but anyway, when I was a kid growing up and she went off to the convent and everything, when I was a boy, I remember romanticizing her being the nun because that was about the time that sound of music came out. And remember, remember Julie Andrews went off to the convent before she decided to, you know, sully herself with the captain or whatever he was, but the definitive nun imagery for me. And it had to be for you. I was about 10. You were about seven Sally fields, Sally fields, sister, betrayal, the fly, dude, stop it. She was cute. She was really, I always had a thing for Sally field. I did too. This was a gidget. I mean, I was a little, I mean, a little young for the whole gidget thing, but, but yeah, sister betrayal and the flying at some point, executive said, okay, we're going to have a sitcom and the comedy is going to be that she's a nun and she flies and there's something aerodynamic about the things coming off her hat there in the, in the, it's like, okay.
"dominique" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Being biased, I hope we'll be scanning over there someday. As I know you will be Lewis as well. I've been making improvements. So I'm going to hope he's there. And sculpting as well as another Scots being looking really, really good and testing so far as she made a lot of improvements over the winter. Some great races last year. Thankfully, it was these rookie season. This year is the second one. He's in a fantastic team. So there's no reason why in the next few years skulked and can't be able to GP as well, but yeah, I think there'll be lots of talent coming through the paper and yes, same for a week to get into more to GP in the next few years. And you spoke about Rory's together there and of course he's coming from British superbase this season. So do you think that maybe is now another way to get into Grand Prix for British raiders and just go straight to mobile two from British to bakes? Yeah, I know it used to happen quite a bit back in the day, but not so much anymore. And it's hard to say because Jake did it a couple of years ago. And now Rory is doing it. So maybe actually because you've built up that experience on the superbike, yes, you're taking a step back, but that knowledge of belts up within the BSP paddock when you don't have the electronics that you would have while this pique. So yeah, it's definitely a proving greatness stepping stone but also you've got to remember that Jake and roddy both done very well and super sport as well. So they've still got a bit of knowledge, roddy's total successful came a couple of years ago in participants. So he has a bad knowledge of how a 600 or I know it's a 7.65 and since for the triumph welfare. So I think the knowledge of BSB won't play against them, but I remember when he was doing these first world card Silverstone last year and I was in the media center when somebody asked him the question about how does that break compared to a multitude bake? And he was like, it's night and day. So there will be some things that can imagine he will carry over. There may be subconsciously locked in there, but yeah, the two series are different, so it's possibly, it's hard to say, as someone that's never erased and Brexit multi tool, you can never see how this rambling on here from what I've heard from other people, and hearsay basically, and to the Grapevine that, yeah, maybe it will help but maybe not. But I think for all you'll do well, anyway, you'll be learning your life, Jake. He didn't set a world on fire in his first year. I don't think I knew expect she wanted to do the same. Just learn this year and then the second year because you remember it does have a two year contract, then that's the year that realized to show the world what you're really made of. One final question for me before I hand it back over to Lester. You mentioned earlier two last bikes spots on the grid this year and what would GPU of Suzuki leave and do you realistically see any new manufacturers come to a sport like we've seen Kawasaki in the past? There was even at one point talks or rumors of BMW looking at it and know they felt one more GPU bake in the past I think in 2008 just as a test bike. So do you realistically see any demand factors or even Suzuki coming back to MotoGP? Maybe within the next 5 years or four years or so and I don't think so to be honest. Parallel titanium, I just think that's the world is in such a way right now that I think lots of manufacturers have taken a look at what best suits them and building a motor GP project from scratch maybe not the best way to go like BMW have sort of thought about we've had rumors over the years that they might come in. But now they're looking at it from what's happened. But even back in 2008, when they tease it, the financial crash back then had the world changed Suzuki went away then, came back, but now, with COVID, how all happening and yeah, the bank sales are going down over the last couple of years. Thankfully, they're packing back up again, but yeah, I think it may be quite difficult. BMW seemed to be fairly focused on their wealth super big project at the moment, which is what is great to see because we'd love to see more manufacturers at the front in all series. And Kawasaki as well, I think there are selling enough bikes, happy with their success, and while surveys, as well. So that may be something that may be quite difficult. But never seen ever. We've been wrong before. We've been surprised before, which is always always great. We can always see Suzuki come back here who knows what will happen. Maybe because the left at the start of a 5 year contract, then maybe the born bridges at the moment, but you never know, as they want to come back and it pushed the sport, brings more revenue, more publicity, more raiders and then you'll always, you'll always want more estate, always business sport. And I hope to see another manufacturing whether Suzuki come back have a sake, BMW, or anyone else. I always want to see more raiders. Lots more talent on the grads and obviously lots more manufacturers competing at the front. Cheers. Good stuff. Well, we have, unfortunately, come to the end of the show. It feels like we could do a whole two hours with you. Liam. So fantastic. Yeah, a lot of the old times, but unfortunately, that is it. That's the end of the show. Well, thank you, really. Thank you for spending a good hour of your what is it like a 11 almost 11 o'clock now, isn't it your time? Yeah, almost. Yeah, I had a great team. Thank you for inviting me back on. I hope that I could have contributed something to the show and yeah, keep up the great work guys, so I watch as much as I can or listen to on Spotify as much as I can and yeah, it's been great. It wasn't loving the show and all I guess you've got and has been fantastic as well over the last few weeks. So keep up the great work in eh, I'll keep listening again. Yeah, well, including yourself as well. It's one of the guests now. So I want to listen to that last hour. Well, I know your parents are listening. So hello, anyway. I'm glad. Hello. Liam, thank you for coming on. And since I know you desperate to get back racing any sort of thing, and as Lewis also races. But he's commentating this year fab. So I don't really want to endanger him. I have floated the idea that maybe we should get Liam on a mini
"dominique" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"At the track for a GP. Only one so far. I've done a couple of junior huge GPs last year, which was really cool, but I went to Silverstone last year for that. I was covering breakdown cup as well. So I was doing both races on commentary. There on site. So that was an eye opening experience, really kill. And from there, I was doing interviews. I was doing the mortal GP interviews from practice on nefarious, and then motor three interviews on Saturday and Sunday after qualifying and after the races. So it got a real insight into what the Raiders are reacting to, especially after race, like I remember a couple of great examples last year was Pedro Costa when he went to Silverstone and then he never passed his fitness test because obviously he's coming back from injury and he was so upset like really, really angry with them not being able to race. And then Sergio Garcia, he was a little bit less angry because he'd just been taken out of the race by a human sasaki. But yeah, he was pretty annoyed. To see this, but yeah, it's really cool to see how the Raiders, especially after a race world react and what their main set is. Hopefully that was a few more last year but not sure. Yeah, and just talking about this year, have you got what's your year looking like me a major in the office or more junior GPs or what's the plan or are you still trying to figure that out? Yeah, most of it's going to be in the office. Hopefully I'll go to a couple of GPs I share. We'll see. Nothing's being confirmed. Usually what dorina wants to do is get their obviously Matt Bartlett Sotheby and all of the commentary team, the presenting team, Simon crafar, Jack Apple yard, all of them in place. And then as we can free, then they'll move down in there myself and some others can go to that as well. But I'll be doing three junior GPs this year. I'll be doing the season opener. I'll be doing harass as well. Camera if that's the second or third round. I should know that. And I'll be doing important as well where I went to last year and what an amazing facility that is an amazing race track. So I've been doing that in July, I think that is so hectic the season. You forget when everything starts into place, but yeah, those will be the three junior GP rounds within their share. And maybe it'll be a celebration on the cards again. I hope so. Because if I get to the British town cup again, that would be amazing because I had such fun last year. Commentating on that. And as well, been the British GPU that weekend. And on the weekend we were commenting that junior GP at, for example, the British town cup at Silverstone. And even the guys that are slightly Grand Prix is doing the commentary. Is it just a weekend of commentating or are you after you're done Sessions doing social media stuff that you add in maybe some Photoshop? What's our weekend like where have your commentator at junior GP and even at the Grand Prix? Yeah, Jimmy GP, we'll start off with that as we arrived there either Friday night or Saturday morning. And on Saturday, what you do is you spend a lot of the time going around seeing the Raiders, the teams getting information about every single class of spatial junior GP and because that's sort of the premier class of that series we've also got a European talent Cup and multitude. And for their shared stock 600s. But yeah, you spend a lot of your time going around gathering information about the Raiders and what they're up to. And I do a lot of social media on the stage just getting videos and pictures for junior GP, social media editor and Danny. So I sent that back to him because he'll be working that weekend and everything's everything's good. Usually it's not, but if he does, then you'll publish that as well. And for GPs, yeah, last year when I was at sovereign, it was mainly the British town copy was focusing on. So I would go out with one of our other editors and a camera people. And we'll just take shots of the Raiders out watching the track action when they were out on track as well, doing sort of highlights clips. So after we had everything, all the 50s should be able to go back to the editing suites. And then we would chop up the footage and then send it off to the people in the office for publishing after the date. But yeah, everyone does, everyone does a bit more than just commentating. You'll see Matt Bart, for example, didn't press conferences on the Thursday. We've Sotheby, as Simon crayford, during the after the flag, as well, Jack appleyard, for example, this year, and last year he was doing the preview before the press conference as well. So yeah, everyone's doing a little bit more than just the commentary as well. So yeah, you've got to have your finger in a lot of pace within the media. And if I start, has a more question, but one more for myself on actually your job. Before we start getting into what would you be enough for coming season? A few to pinpoint just one part of your job. What would you say has been the hardest hardest ever learning curve or just hardest part of your job in general? Oh, that's actually a really good question. I don't know to be honest. Hardest parts, yeah, probably actually learning the value editing. I've done a lot better for most sport radio back in 2019, but coming to darna and the amount of work you have to do in terms of that. And I didn't know. And I have learned subsequently. That was probably the hardest part. Of the job and I had an amazing group of people around me just to help me and whenever I was struggling. For the first few months of my job, I thought that's it. I'm out the door here. But thanks to the kids. Some of the areas I was making, it was unbelievable. Well, actually, watching some of your early videos with me, actually. No, I'm just kidding. You got there on merit. You got to keep remembering that. So you are good. I mean, and you still there years later. So, yeah, it's because and the efforts. I would go away my way to learn loss and lots more. And I remember during the lockdown period, I would walk until really late at night just to learn things just to be better the job and yeah, get told off a lot for it, which was great by dawn of fertility today's stop working. You need to relax and everything. And yeah, they're really look after you like that. But in sans of me wanting to learn and not being the biggest struggling point, I'd say that was it because I wanted to be better. And I hope I don't get better. Well, I know what they get better. And there's still room for improvement. So that's every day. I hardly have to go over and that's always been the biggest, that was the most that's called learning curve from the early days. Every day is a learning day. Indeed, yeah. One of the final question before we actually get into talking about racing as well. Because there's a little matter of Grand Prix coming up this weekend. I suppose a lot of people listening, watching this and I'm going to ask you the same question that you've asked other people when you've had like Steve day on and stuff like that. So for aspiring commentators or people who want a career in media, specifically, maybe they like the idea of working at MotoGP and having them their lives
"dominique" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Is part of why you got to do it, right? Live and learn. So yeah, Lewis. Yeah, so before we obviously get into MotoGP and what's coming up this year, just about your job, how is that transition been going from, for example, sunny Scotland to Barcelona? How is that transition moving to Spain? Oh, God. I tell you what, it was one of the most difficult experiences of my life. And it's not because of the transitioning to Spain. It was because when it got here, COVID hit. So it was, yeah, I bet crazy. I boats from one flat to another. I've left it more flat in Barcelona than I ever left in my whole entire 27 years before that. In Scotland. So yeah, the transition was difficult from that point of view, but the people that you meet and Dorne, I was so thankful for dorina because when I was transitioning coming over, I had someone called Annika Silla help me out where she's saying, she went basically done all my paperwork for me to become a resident of Spain. And that was really helpful. So I took a lot of stress off me and I could just sort of focus on the job before the ultimate thing of COVID, they're getting. And yeah, it just sort of going from things, not freelance work, but I've just a normal part time job and doing better pieces with their Leicester so fortunate to get me working in 2019. So just working flat out 5 days a week. It took a lot of getting used to, but you pick out very quickly and you've got a lot of great people over here to help you do that as well. And just look at your normal week, you mentioned 5 days a week at dorna. What does your normal week look like on a race week? We have coming up. So race week, so yeah, I've not done a monthly for race speak for a long time to be honest, to him, usually our race weeks when we have a risk week, we get the weekend days back. So I usually have Friday and Monday off. So, if I have to take that back, basically it's just preparing context. We actually prepare the content the week prior. So the stuff you'll see going out on a Monday, for example, we put a video yesterday called the hot topics, which we do prior to every single race we can. I will do that on the Thursday, maybe Friday. But applying for that will happen on the Tuesday or Wednesday, where we come up with a topic, the text for the video, and then I'll go away and find all the footages and NP sell together. And that will be broadcast on YouTube and Facebook for the Monday. And then the week we choose the Wednesday, we're just sort of adding a bit more content to that, sort of smaller videos. And it's mainly the people that are posting on social media that they'll do the brunt of the work on that day by myself and one of the other main valuations we'll just solve, keep chipping away. And then on Thursday, that's when it gets a bit more crazy. As you know, with the press conferences and everything, we try to pull a little bit later to the office, maybe. Get everything in place. All this sort of boring work where you have to get everything in place before you actually make the content. And then what we do is we collect the press conferences, especially the motor GP social parts, which is a part of the content I will make where we take the best part of that and then we can fund the social media clip. And then the Friday, where all the racing begins, that's where, yeah, we get to set the office, watch it all happen. Clap all the content, come up with a plan for later on the day about what are the main talking points of practice on afraid. And then Saturday and Sunday, yeah, we have the whole new weekend. So I don't know if I've just glossed over everything because it's been a bit four months since I've had to do a race weekend. So yeah, I'm just getting back into the flow of it. So some things I might forget. It's a bit but a lot of it is planning for the race weekend and then just a little bit of content here there on the run up to it. And as off season, obviously, you have 5 weeks off as you just said, aero Iran says off seasons are chill time for you or is that still preparing for testing that's coming up and race weekends that are coming up? Yeah, winter. That could be actually some of the most stressful and hardest working part you have to do before your take off because we have to do all the star season recaps. Preparing the stuff for the next year as well. So it's what content we're going to do. What it's all going to look like. And here we're going to get to make all the graphics. There's going to be doing all the videos. What certain videos we're going to be doing as well? Because you've got freelance editors helping from the outside and then obviously the crew of us within door installed doing that. So yeah, preparing the content, we have a lot of content for the off season because we all go on a big break. Four to 5 weeks, sometimes sex weeks were a fall off. So we need to make the content and then the other part of the team have to schedule the content. Yeah, so that could be the more stressful part. And then when we come back, yes, preparing for the year where we have to prepare for all of the team launches. We're prepared for, as we say, who's doing the content and then when we're getting new graphics and everything as well, we need to implement that test out and make sure that everything is okay. And then we start making the content again. So yeah, the off season is sometimes more stressful parts. And the bet you are the more stats. Thankfully, this year we've had three and a half months off. So yeah, it's been a bit of a gap between the last race of 2022, the factories of their share to get everything ready. And you just spoke about their free month gap, but this season that's going to be probably the busiest it's ever been 21 rounds 42 races with the additional sprint races. How difficult do you think it's going to be not only for the Raiders, but for yourself and the media? How much for stressful is just them back to back is going to be yeah, I think to be honest, I don't know if it would be too difficult in comparison to what we are used to because yeah, we have the MotoGP spread last year, but in terms of the track action, it's just as much as it was in previous years. Yeah, we have to do a bit more content like we're going to have to do. Obviously, some winner videos and things like that, not to get too much away for Saturday. And but in terms of content, it won't be too much more. It just means that the Saturday, for example, will be a longer day because you've got obviously all the qualifying sessions you have the motor GP sprint. And then when boto is racing, we'll have automotive erases on the same day as well. And on a Saturday. And then whatever content we have to make when the Raiders meet up with the fans, which is usually something we have to do because it's a great moment. You get the Raiders to interact with the fans. And that's content that everyone wants to see. Especially now when we're starting to show the more of the radar personalities. So yeah, I'm not too sure if it will be too difficult. And comparison. But as you say back to backs, it may be a little bit more especially when we're going from Europe to Argentina next weekend as well.
"dominique" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Then we'll get you on the show and yeah, so there you go. And one man that's been on the show before and that's we've been waiting very patiently to come back on the show is our next guest Lewis. Yeah, so coming onto the show now is a man who voted for quite a while, as you said. It's a world endurance writer X element TT writer X chrome pre radar X World Service report radius practically does everything that you can't embrace and it's Danny Webb. Danny, how are you doing? Welcome back to tumultuous sport radio. Oh, you're on mute, I think, Danny. Are you able to mute yourself? Yeah, there we go. You can hear, you know? Sir, I'm not very good at this technical stuff. It's all right. That's fine. But yeah, no, welcome back to motor sport radio. And the superbike show. You've been you've had a busy winter. Yeah, it has been very busy to be on severe. More than what I anticipated in any way, but now it's been, it's been busy now, you know, the lead up to the championship march championship starting, but not just that, the kids championship. So yeah, it's been really, really busy to sort of get everything organized and even now, you know, every single day, we're still trying to get stuff organized. So, but yeah, we're pretty much there now. Yeah, and you mentioned the other championships that you're not doing you. Followers of Danny Webb may have seen that there's the Danny Webb GP training camp that you're doing and you've been out in Spain quite a lot. If not, live there entirely, it seems from the social media posts. But yeah, just tell us for those who don't know. The GP training camp. That seems to have taken off in a big way for you. Yeah. I mean, to be honest with you last year, we started, beginning of the year, flat tracking and doing fitness stuff in the winter because a friend of mine Pete Barry obviously has his own flat church school and so we sort of joined up and we could do it there at his place and I never really anticipated to do it on circuits, but a lot of the fab guys asked if I was if I was doing going to do it on go kart circuit. So that sort of got me thinking last year and then we put it into place last year and sort of found our feet a little bit with it. And yeah, this year just sort of going a bit a bit bigger, you know, I've got to know so many kids and similar families and took a like into them and it sort of drew me in back to the mini bike paddock and. There's some fantastic talent out there and we've had a lot comfort camps and the camps have taken off it went a lot quicker than what I've thought it was going to and you know we've had to sort of step up sooner than what I thought but. I think we need it. That's what we need in our country. I've been there I've done it I've made some very good choices but I've also made some bad choices and if I can get the kids to sort of learn from my mistakes everyone's going to make mistakes everyone's human but the less mistakes they can make in their career the more chance we've got of having a future world champion. And Dan, you spoke about they are just how well the GP camp has done and the unexpected like you've got more people than what you thought was a resident could be interested in it and I just want to know what kind of improvements have you had to make and what have you to step up with the added amount of raiders which have signed up to the camp we always are those are always real low number anyway because I want them to get the quality the quality train and you know from myself and from guest trainers we have come with us and so we always have a small number. We only have in Spain we had 14 14 riders, but there was all on metrics or ovals so that was just a geared side of things because I didn't want to do mini motors and geared bikes at the first time we went to Spain because I didn't want to buy off more than I could and it went really well you know I couldn't have I couldn't have wished for it to go better, I had some fantastic trainers with me you know I've maxed out Charlie nesbitt, we had chess more Madonna with us as well and it really, really did it went well and I sort of done we'd done the exercises I wanted to do in the UK but I wasn't quite confident enough to do it. So we got them and done in Spain and then obviously they're going to translate to our UK days now. And the coaches which are involved with your GP cam like soft trial and theirs but max Kirk and even John the garnish who are speaking to a couple of weeks ago. How has it been working with them and what exactly did they bring to the table for in terms of teaching the younger writers? I mean, we've had we've had we've got coffee. These special guests, you know, JT, James toes man, come to one as well. And. They are good friends of mine in the paddock max, I work with max a long time ago, you know, when he won it wasn't the talent cup it was the standard on the championship in the British championship and the year before when he got on a Mario free bike. I've known Charlie since all his career pretty much and they're really, really good lads are really nice lads so down to earth I'd kept their feet on the ground for out there into our career. This me and JT met in 2008, so we've known each other a long time. We've been good friends for a long time. We work with each other in world super sport. And Charles mortimer as well, you know, obviously chassis is done with one Grand Prix, finish runner up in a one two 5 world championship, and he should have really won it and he's an all time legend, one Yamaha's first ever 500 Grand Prix forum and so we've got some real legends and they want the same as what I want. Obviously, Charlie and max's career now is stored as taking off and I try to support them as much as I can as well. We've just my experiences on where I can help if they're having a bit of a bad day or whatever, you know, so I'm always there for them for advice and yeah, we all seem to bounce off each other where we all get along well so Spain was a good fun trip because there's all sharing an apartment so yeah, but I really appreciate that help as well because I know they don't have to do it. I know they have got busy schedules and they take the time out to come and help the kids and all the kids really appreciate it. And talk us through if you're a writer coming to one of your accounts, what exactly they're going to take experience. Talk us through a normal Danny GP camp. Well, I suppose that arrive in the me and my wife and Charlie or max or whoever's river struggling to put the only up and then we're getting all signed on and do a track walk and just have a look at some different areas it all depends like we have one yesterday and the weather wasn't very good in the morning and so we could understand where this sort of slippery parts were on the track and stuff like that. And then we'd sort of
"dominique" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"GP two championship with goal racing developments. That was news breaking also a few days ago and one final bit to let you know about Cameron hall. He's returning to his rally national junior super stock championship with triple M power by nationwide electrical for 2023. Some decent bits of news there, Lois. Yeah, what in this past couple of days being the Britain is great to see, for example, was raw or previous Scottish that he's got a raid for this season. But yeah, I believe he's going to be, well, I don't think that's a writer for that team. So I believe you might be the sole radar for the incompetent team, but we've got to wait and find out and if he is, he'll be the only of probably on the grid I believe. So yeah, it seems that Honda's dominating the superstar 1000 class, but yeah, it's great to see it is great to see the junior super sport class get more writers and it seems to be a class which is just like the British style cup but are production based and maybe slightly cheaper for some people. Do we really care as long as the racing's on? Good as well. Yeah, yeah, zones are racing is good or happy and yeah, I think we have a good season this year for the junior super sport. It's a class which in the past couple of years has just exploded it seems of great size is 300 race in general. It's just exported in grid sizes and Scotland that England even the world it just seems to be a championship which keeps attracting more and more people and it's almost where you see writers go and then to the super sport class while the British town cup seems to be a route for people watch what they're going to junior GP paddock. And continue to race the Grand Prix machines. All right. Well, yeah, we'll keep up to date with all the latest news as well. And check out our website motor sport dot radio for all the very, very latest as well. Right. Let's get on with our first guest here on the superbike show. We have managed to establish contact with him. And well, he wasn't too busy and we found out what he was doing as well. What sort of top high level athlete performance stuff he does on a Tuesday. It is, please welcome onto the super light show and motor sport radio Dominic Agatha. Hello, good evening. Hello, everyone. How are you? I'm very good. And you? Yeah, we're all right? Yeah, just chilling out, yeah, so thank you for coming on. First of all, we were wondering what sort of stuff you typically would do on a Tuesday night. Oh, just relaxing in Switzerland. It's already 9 o'clock, so. Oh yeah. Yeah. Before I went to the gym and now. Easy time fair enough. And well, yeah, I appreciate it. Who's the character with you've got like a fluffy tie that you move there? Is that a name? No. I waited one time by ice racing and ice racing Evan. Fair enough. Okay. Well, yeah, fair enough. Okay, so yeah, Lewis, I know you've got quite a lot of questions as well. And I'll be across comments that flood in. No doubt for you, Dominic. So yeah, take it away, Louis. Yeah, so David, the first two runs our world super banks is over. You've moved to the class this year with Yamaha. First of all, how have you felt like the first two runs of went for yourself? Yeah, for me, it's a new category. So I moved up from super sport and not only to world superbike. And yeah, it's not that easy because the bike has a lot of power, but also with all the electronics you need to set up the bike in a good way. But I could take two top ten, yeah, already my first race, I had a front row start with a third place. So was not that bad, but we still need to work on the puzzle to get really everything on the good way. And you mentioned the front row start in Australia. Was that result which was unexpected in your first weekend or is it something which secretly your back pocket you knew was potentially possible? Yeah, for sure in the first qualifying with disqualified tire to make front row start with 0.2 from the pole position lap time. I didn't expect I tried to be the first three rows that is very important that would be my goal. But to stab really in the front row was surprising. And this year, of course, you have brandy gardener as a teammate. So how has it been working with him so far this year? Yeah, we understand each other quite well. I know him besides a long time already in moto two. But yeah, it's always good to have a strong teammate beside me and he was world champion in one or two. I was two time champion super sport. So I think we can push each other and yeah, we try to make a great team result. And in Austria, of course, right yourself of the slight collision on track is everything all good still there and with your teammate are. Yes. Of course, it's racing. It happens, but for sure it's bad if your teammate crash you out when you're both fighting for a podium or top 5. So this was a shame, but yeah, we are we are still debating the threats of we try to work better for the next races. And you spoke about the two of your time in World War II, which was pretty successful. Moving to the world super bait now, how does the bike compare to the mobile Tibet which you previously a couple of years ago?
"dominique" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"My name is Leicester, and joining us this evening is all live all the way from Scotland. It's Lewis ray. Hello, good evening, Lewis. Even Lester, how are you? Yeah, I'm all right. Yeah, not bad. Yeah, we're hopefully welcoming a few guests on this evening. Guests, like former presenter of this very show, Liam Hodgins. Yes, another Scots for those longtime listeners of the superbike show. Liam host that co hosted the show with myself in 2019. And he's from originally done noon. But spent most of his time in Glasgow, and came to motor sport radio, did some stuff, and well now he's working for MotoGP. So, given that it's the first round coming up. We thought we'd ask him a few questions about it. Get some insider perspective on all the juicy gossip that's been what to expect. It probably doesn't know anything. You probably just speculate, just like we do, to be honest, but if you have any questions for Liam Hodgins, then you can get them to us. It is at motor sport radio on the social medias, or you can, I'll just leave a comment in the comments box wherever you're tuned in to this right now. Also, later on in the show, we've got Danny Webb live on motor sport radio as well. He's back from his honeymoon and he's here, Danny Webb greats to have him on the show. On Facebook. I don't even know. Anyway, yes, janny Webb here on motor sport radio coming up later. So if you've got any questions for him, then we are trying to get Dominic Agatha as well on the show. Hopefully dummies. I don't know what he's up to, some probably something Swiss, maybe. I don't know whatever Swiss athletes do at this time on a Tuesday night. I don't know, just preparing for the weekend. I'm going to suggest, but yeah, we are trying to establish contact with him. If we can get him on the show, we'll drag him on right here. So get your questions to either dummy or to Danny Webb and Liam Hodgins as well to leave him out. Asking maybe, you know, how do I get into broadcasting? Louis? How do I become a top commentator like you and stuff? Why? Those old chestnuts, but yeah, anything like that, getting in touch with us, use the comments box in the comments box. Below, right, couple of bits of news since last week, Lewis, since we were on the show, what's been happening? Yeah, so the final test for both two M what three have concluded with Pedro costs the top of the timesheets and looking strong head into season with many already Tapping them as their championship favorite. Running up last year too, I guru did not attend to the final test due to a dislocated rest and some potential fractures which now means he's at risk and not racing at the open and rem this weekend. Rory scanner continued to improve in the world with two class and ended the final preseason test just two seconds away from the frontrunners and throw every single session. He dropped his laptop faster and faster and more free, Honda would very strong support him with something which we've not seen for the past year or two. It seems that KTMs always had the edge, but it seems that Honda this year have brought something to the table within the first state, the top, the first four spots. Ricard de Rossi, on one of those hondas, was the fastest radar on the final day of portimao, which the menu was a big surprise, and it just shows how compared to the motor free walks to be this year. Scott was consistently at the front with his eyes already set on battle for the top positions within the opening round. And finally, of course, most of GPS back this weekend we're going to have a full preview on the lead up to this weekend with the introduction of sprint races for the first time and what would GP's history. Do we have to be not, I suppose, since Liam's on the show, and he's represent literally representing MotoGP. He works for MotoGP. Suppose we've got to say nice things about it. As controversial. Well, I suppose if we get him off the show before the end, we can have our real say what we really think, because we all share the same. Okay. Let's wait. I think that's why it's to say what happens, not everyone agrees with me and says that has the same opinions and such. So, yeah. Yeah, anyway, so yeah, that was a little bit of what's been happening in the apologies if I hear a peer distracted today. I'm just trying to establish contact with mister dummy. So if you tuned in, listening live. Get on this show, dump. Anyway, so yeah, other bits of news as well in BSB anyway in the past few days, I think this was last week. In the health performance world championship, Greg Marshall former fab racer will be making his debut in the championship. He's 15 years old. He's progressing up to the championship. Apparently began his racing at 9 years old, didn't say it was had most of his success at fab. It also doesn't stop like the team green junior cop as well, but also at fab as well. And where all the stars of tomorrow go to race today. And apparently Greg said upon this news the other day, he's very excited to begin his first season with BSB in the junior super sport class. He's feeling comfortable with the new bike and he can't wait to see what the season brings for him. Best of luck to you, Greg. So yeah, hopefully that will be all good for him. Watch how he gets on. Maybe let's have a chat with him on the show who knows, but you forget sometimes how young some of these riders are, you normally sort of associate the young riders with the British talent cup, the kids and stuff, but yeah, no, the junior super sport. 15 year olds and stuff. Anyway, also, happening over the past few days, this was, I think, last Thursday. Lewis ralo announced that he'll return to in competition on board a brilliant. Believe it or not in the national superstar championship, he was with them in 19 and 2020 as well and he says, oh, I'm coming home. He said, I won't do the accent, but he says he's coming home. I can't explain how happy is to be back. In the in competition team for 2023, competing in the national superstar championship and knowing Ian and my residency was 12. He says winning the super team championship supporting him through them. And he also finished third in the 2020 national superstar championship as well. So yeah, Lewis rolo top lad, we've added on the show before, maybe try and get him back on as well at some point. So yeah, that's good for Lewis while also Cameron Fraser returning to the Quattro group British
"dominique" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"To available worldwide, I'm Stephanie Anderson here today with Dominique Nur sisa, welcome Dominique. Thank you. Thank you for having me, Stephanie. So Dominique, we're going to get started right away with our quick fire questions. So can you tell us a little bit about what you do? Yeah, I'm a certified high performance coach, also an author and a speaker on the topics of success, productivity, and positive psychology. Great. And where are you currently located and who do you live there with? I'm in Canberra, Australia with my wife and three daughters. Awesome, wow. And where else have you lived around the world? Oh gosh. So many places, Costa Rica, Washington, D.C., Venezuela, where else South Korea, yeah. And now Australia. Wow. And all those moves around the world, is there something impractical that you carry around with you? Oh gosh. I always have a good book and a journal. I love journaling. It's always, it's like my comfort, it's my security blanket, I think. All right. What three words might your best friend use to describe you? I would say silly, positive, and ambitious. Okay, and do you have any hobbies or activities you do for fun? Let's see besides raising kids. That's like a whole nother thing, but I do, I'm getting back into CrossFit and weightlifting. I love weightlifting. And also running. I like to jog. Awesome. Actually, I think I've seen on your Instagram, some pictures of you getting that picture..
"dominique" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast
"Who physically an literally lives by his motto of process to progress. He was diagnosed at age. Fifteen after rolling his ankle playing basketball. He later walked. His mom threw her lymph. Dima who was diagnosed after breast cancer treatment. Dominique rodgers is a career firefighter. Emt in connecticut dominique. Welcome to the podcast. For having me. I appreciate it. You're welcome. I'm happy to have you here. Usually when i have an interview. I've already pre interviewed my guest or i know them in some way but today. This is our first chat. And i'm really excited to have this opportunity to learn more about you. And your lymph to dima journey. I'm excited look. Can't we started up all right. So can you tell us what it was like. Being diagnosed at the age of fifteen after doing something. You've probably done a hundred times playing basketball but that one day most different So like you said the day. I've not say basketball. Prejudice times When out there. And i wrote my ankle and a started to slow a little bit when ankle and went home the home. Dan hurt much. But it just as fulham. But it. While i'm talking to moms to hey ankle slow learning. She just told me. No go upstairs elevated the some isolated did that. The next day whole leg was swollen. Mom you know look at me like are you. Paying out wasn't in any pain or just really slow than i invite. I didn't understand it once to the hospital. Probably stayed a week two weeks in hospital on stayed them trying to figure out what's going on with me and That year i got diagnosed with their so when you rolled it started to swell and you woke up the next day. How high up your leg swelling. Go all the way up. The whole leg swollen leg was swollen. And when you went into the hospital did they instantly know because you said you spend a bit in the hospital for them trying to figure out what was going on mia I don't know if they instantly knew or not. They were just running a lot of tests them is cat scans and other tests and it was found a week. We gonna have thousand.
"dominique" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want
"Do you make that happen? Well, I think what you just pointed out was really important, which is that you don't really make it happen. Just remain open to it happening. So if you did go out as you said, not looking but open. And when you open up, when you come home you guys have a great. Vibe you come in, let's say they come over to your house, you guys have some drinks and then you can feel the Vibes. You go into the kitchen to get people, more drinks, your husband may become to join you. Kind of look at him and go. I don't know, should we? And you can goes. Yeah, I'm open or you. Yeah. Okay absolutely wage and then you can take it from there and so you can have a moment of checking in with your partner to see if that's going to happen. Also, there are apps you can use where you can meet lifestyle couples in your area, dead. There are events that are starting to go start back up now, of course they've been closed for a long time. There are cruises that are just lifestyle cruises International trips, you can go high-end, you can go low end off of her clubs. I wouldn't recommend going to swinger clubs, they're not, not usually very good usually, either a small get-together, like people with that, you know, or a very, very large one of Hotel takeover and things like that. So you have enough people to go ahead and see if you like interesting. So actually, I do have one more question. So like let's say this other couple or this other single person has never done this before either. Right. Or maybe they happen this before but you don't really know them. Like God how do you test the waters to see if they're open to that? My what have been said to you to see if you would be in that space? Like I obviously there's flirting going on but are there if you can recall some questions that were asked like maybe gearing things, a little bit more sexual in the conversation may be saying like, oh yeah, Dominique doesn't seem like the type that would XYZ or wage. What was the craziest thing you've ever done sexually? Like, were some ways to Dear the conversation in that direction to see if you can get into that more open space to lead to an open experience. Yeah, I would say, Broach it in conversation and I would do so lightly, first of all, and of course, we're talking to me, so it's good, it's going to come back to the Inner Space. That's the matter is I've I'm desperate for an open relationship and I come to you with even very innocuous words or conversation, you're going to feel that desperation, you're going to be turned off. So I need to come and gentlemen. We've talked about this before when I've been on the show in the past of how long the emotional space is your in when you approach a woman, right? That's base of non-attachment, you are okay, either way, you decide, you're going to have a great day and oh, well, a beautiful woman. I think I'll go tell her how beautiful she is dead. But from that space, you're in a place of, I'm okay either way, right? And that's really important because then your words come off as genuinely light and easy. Has your happiness is not dependent on her answer. So first I would get to the point where you're okay. Either way, even if you really want an open relationship, if you can get the point, even the moment or you're okay, either way, that's the moment to Broach it. And then, you can make jokes about it and see how she responds. So, like, what kind of joke? Well, I suggesting just as you said, like, I know, I could never just keep all my love for one person. Right? That would be crazy, you know, or something like that. That's or yeah. It's really just like, throwing something out in here and Direction it goes. Yes. And they're opening the door for the conversation and you can change it or she can avoid it off. Exactly, right. Just like when you're kind of ask them out, like I don't know, I could use some coffee. How about you when she goes to? Thank you. And you go cool, you didn't really ask her out, but it's just that sort of way of, as you said throwing something out and just seeing what she grabbed app for me, I would grab that. I'd be like, I know I feel exact same way. I can't believe people can do X Y and Z or something like that. And you mention as well, finding people who are into it, which I think is also important dead. For finding people who are into this type of scene. I'd recommend not worrying about one category or another, just find people who are interested in ethical non-monogamy. E&M people on dating sites will call it off and that's what that means. Meetup groups, lifestyle apps trips or, or Gatherings of people. They're interested just in similar things and just put yourself out there and put some feelers out. But find groups, where that type of person will tend to gather and put yourself in the middle of them and then see what happens, right? And one thing I do want to know about these communities just because they're saying I'm open to this, this is not what they want to be approached on. It's not a sex site where you're exchanging sex with people and there's nothing else happening. They still want all of the other dating stuff. They are just saying that they're open to that. So like my point is to not sometimes. Oh, you want to have a relationship like me and I can be super sexual with you. Right? The approach is still the same as another approach. This is just explaining to you a little bit about him. They are and how they function. Yes, we're going to be back cuz I want to continue to talk about this and I have a few questions from our overanalyze this email that I wanted to. I know. I'm asking people to send in questions and they have been sending them in so now I want to answer them so we will be back with domini right after this emergent. Continue talking about open relationships If you listen to the ask women podcast, then you are already miles and miles and miles ahead of other men. When it comes to attracting in getting the girls you want, but I must confess there's one, missing piece in the puzzle and that's flirting. Or the ability to ignite sexual chemistry with any girl, you meet in a matter of minutes, most guys suck at flirting, they can't flirt their way out of a paper bag. But as your personal wing girl, I can't let you be one of those guys. That's why I want to show you the most effective step, by step formulaic approach to flirting with any girl. 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Like what's the fine line of communication to say I'm into open relationships, but still a man, that can be extremely committed. Like how do you express that to a woman? Yeah. So anytime you're wanting to steer any relationship Dynamic, whether you're talking to your boss or your employees or your girlfriend or not in a direction that you want align your interests with theirs. So let's say the example, you just gave her interest is in staying committed. Keeping your job. Around having you be just as reliable as you've always been the whole time that you've been here and she wants to make sure that she is still going to feel like number one and that she's going to be your priority and that that's not life change. So she's got some things sort of roughly, the structure of your current relationship that she wants to continue. Let's just say that's that's the case. So then you also want to continue that relationship, right? So you are alone with her in that and you want to try some different things which are not going to disturb her interests in the relationship. You are aligned interests. You both want to keep the relationship going,.
"dominique" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Not limitless people. There are things that i do having right but if somebody calls me about something in houston i do housing. You'll housing looks like houston. So i'm like oh god no diamond on her. This person it's we we don't we as people are not going to have every answer and are vogue accident bingo. We need to stop creating systems where we only want to reward people who seem like they are the activists off things because as long as that is our reward system people will try to get rewarded because nobody wants to be seen as a failure or a niche thing and so we also and that is of wideness. This idea that you want to be everything and fix everything. Short people created go suck you. I'm not about to. I'm not drain myself like that. And so i have my expertise you have yours and the beauty is we all have. The answer is if you don't even have access so that means that you really are not engaging community and it's not engaging community why why and i don't think that you can have a very impactful real abolition of profile advocacy profile and community not be essential to that. I don't believe that. I do not believe i can do my work in the bubble and i believe my work is better because of those that i know and those lean on in the process of it. People didn't use a rolodex whim. Because it's going to hit a lot. Because they don't have a rolodex day. The the images that i their rolodex includes maybe a few popular girls. It may include yudo some book ways. They can be on their platform. It is not actually activists on the ground people that they're connected to. We've we've seen this in evidence in other things that they may be involved in. We've seen this in many many times over. And over how you just don't have the connections that you think you have and you wanna make noise you wanna bumble through a situation like a fucking kyle Stumbling through a rumor china and you don't you don't actually do the work so you don't know how going rent in the life of this kid and i've seen the things you said and i've never snapping this time i was like this kid's life is extinct. We can't learn our work at the at the expense What this baby is experiencing every day. This weekend i was like they picked up on thursday. Friday was rand federal holiday. If you ain't been a business system and know how these whole don't wanna do nothing on holiday. So they picked that baby up on wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday. He didn't hear from anybody so yesterday. And that's if he wasn't the last person on the list and he could still be in holding process like that's the farmers like i all weekend. I was counting the days i might. He might not get to a halfway house or like a permanent placement. You till like wednesday or friday right so on and so forth. And i and i just thought so we can't. We cannot use the lives of people to be our training grounds for the work. Because that is unacceptable. I don't say a lot about a lot of shit. But this time i was like this is a kid and we fuck this up the adults being here and you are a kid in the work and you don't want to admit it because you still want to get your bags. You want to say one that you want wanna speak on the panels. You still wanna do. You wanna get that. Whatever you get back on mike like hardaway. Listen we were part of project baby. The number of free calls. I did for them. Girls not even give me a round number when the check finally came and my point and i say that to say there are people who are getting an abundance of checks so equals a coin. And there's a few of us who get a big check for one project but please don't play yourself if your if your intention is to be a change maker for a lifetime. Do not sell that off for a few hundred dollar checks and a few gift boxes and things because these folks are setting you up for failure. Facts is not integral. it's it doesn't have any integrity. It doesn't it's not. It's not one of them things that and we can see. It really is out here. we can see it. It's not sunny. Anita lacroix after you birth that bids i want. I want my activism to give me very much mountain a sprite from mcdonald tiny reading. After that i for my bitch will even you know like i wanted to he here. And and the the beautiful part about outside of all this. There's still opportunity there still. They're still potential to engage and look at a learn. I just don't want us coming on the other side of this and not asking ourselves those difficult questions and then coming together and figure out what it sounds like. Is that in the space of all. These community activists. We need to come up with a plan of action for youth. It sounds like we need a whole plan. Ratchet that's zoom call. You call me honey. That's the thing. I'll join go. Don't have me come home. they're you know about the bullshit because this is now a new thing. I in my time in the work. I haven't seen a very public thing about young people like this and so this is the thing. What do we do now. We just replicate what we did already. And this is what the critiques are about. It teaches you how to do a better sometime this because even if it's a bit you don't like sometimes it's the right message messenger a number of times i've been like i hate that mrs business right. But she's right. Being a grown woman growl parts. And i wanna say this woman. Well grown person accepting that she is right. 'cause i'm basically like now than you wrong. They don't like me out being grown now the they can be right but you just don't like her. Yes.
"dominique" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"We they need to take and like he said we had a lot of power that we just been weaponized whale and now i'm just concerned about. What does the next step look like to make sure they tyler is they loved and seeing antilock siblings are because i've also been thinking there's four or five black kids. That are still madhouse house. Figuring out have they been charged with a crime. Are starting to places where you're renting and it's more people there than they supposed to another all also media. Could they be big. Did the domino effects of what this does and how why people are going to harm more black people and make it seem like they care about that kid black votes right and this is not about not thinking. People shouldn't be held accountable. No it's about we want. People held accountable. We were still disgusted by video. But there are ways that you go about doing this and and when people are critiquing your way. You can't be dismissive. you can't be dismissive. You have to acknowledge that this is. This is a what a community when you especially when you put yourself in a position of activism in a position where you step into the place where people are going to critique your ways of doing things we just saw this with patrice. We just saw this with so many different people. They're going to critique your ways of doing things and so you have to listen to those critiques. 'cause sometimes sometimes it's not just rooted. Oh you're just being haters or y'all just Working from a white supremacist lanes and or yards or sometimes not just is not that. Sometimes this bitch is we. There could be a better way to do this. And we wanna show you how to do it or not show you how to do it but let you now. Hey look we need to be silent time. Sometimes people need to be silenced. And we're not silencing you because we want to take your power solid thing you because you're not adding to the process. Because what i can say is do any of us. Anyone was held accountable in. This process is seen accountability. And what i know to be true. If someone said on a panel last year you can only hold someone accountable. Who sees you as a power player that can hold them accountable. So the system. Don't think that we can hold them accountable. People were punished and yes. That young person is not where he was. But i can promise you. It's not where he want. He's not where he wants to be now so nothing was accomplished outside of losing an opportunity for us to really spencer our values center blackness simple liberation and system divestment in real time. Because this was this. Lana gay blog on hunting. The girls went seeing that we had time to call us and we did it. And i don't know if we're going to learn the lesson. We deserve to learn from how we handle this situation and also i wanna point out that we can't at the same particularly as translate work where people we can't at the same time. Be making the argument. That kids know what's best for them. Kids know about how they feel about the identity that ended yes. This person may have gone through this bully. Bullying be bullied situation but it is very clear that they want to be with their family. Eric it is very clear. It very clear regardless of how you may think it is. This is a child you can. You can excuse me. You can't emphasize him. And say fantasize him and make him seemed like. Oh he don't know no better. He don't know that a da but this is a twelve year old child and just like a ziya way can know some things and and maneuver heart into a better situation. We heard support. There's a there's a way that this child may know that yes. I might need some support in helping them. Stop this bull helping. stop this bullying. But i don't need to be away from our family. So if if this is what. The child is conveying. How can we help this child maneuver in that space. where where. Where was the work. Done to support tyler in seedings any of us as a resource right. 'cause that's all i kept thinking like virtually things can be like water. No this person is but again. That's the power of boots on the ground and leaning into the people who are already in atlanta doing this work. Hey do you know what school you go to. 'cause there's i the council there girl i'm going on the lunch hour like should know for finding my kids. I will pull up or where they creep at. I'll be outside like it. It takes them finance. it takes them furniss. And that's why you cannot complete the work of criminal justice and an abolition worked for adults in the same way that we have a show for young people. When i say that because as someone who works years and comprehensive sex education and body autonomy of young people we adults struggle with with seeing young people as being empowered over there wholesales and that echoes. What you around like. A young person who's identifies as a trans person. The support they deserve to be in all these other things like we validate that and also this young person may be looking at the spectrum of violence. They could experience and their bodies saying. It's better for me here than air. You don't know what has happened to them before you'll know if they've been out of home and they fought to get back home because it's a real true in the last thing i'm going to say is and this. This may sound patty. But i'm really being serious in saying this people don't weaponize the way that they've experienced things to engage them empathy as many as you. Richard better stay with abusive niggers and have figured out every reason why he the person for you and why. That's you'd rather keep the problem you know. Then get a new problem. That's stealing. Don't know what's happening here. But i know it could be worse. They're pull that out of yourself. Think about when that young personnel. I don't wanna leave my home. I don't wanna leave my fam-. I don't want to be around people. I don't know if you've never slept in a house with five of the people you ain't blood related to them and you don't know eight. You don't know what that fear is like. Did they handcuff him. When they took him away from the home they could all his at repack audio secret trash bag and have somebody tell you. How many t shirts and and you can say that's what is happening and so diamond more than anything was sticks out to me that you said is that we need to learn our lesson from this and do better because this issue isn't gonna stop no but we cannot replicate this. This is the time when we. I'm not to say we got it wrong. This is the time that we did not show up as best fills utilizing the access in the power. We have as people with voices absolutely. I think i think that was what was brilliant about you live that you in about why resonated with so much because is hard particularly these motherfucking extra woke as mitch's extra walk ask people who haven't really experienced shit life particularly around this subject if you ain't been locked up or put in a detention you can't you're going to have a blind spot to how this shit works. And yes you may be angry about the video blah blah blah brush. You really. ain't the person to be maneuvering this space. Because you don't have you have a blind spot you just don't have the experience and when i saw you talk about it when i saw you talk about it. I was like yes of course. Dominique is going to have the same mindset around this idea because we'd experienced. I didn't experience amazing but we don't experience this system.
"dominique" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"What do you need from us for us to teach you for esta. What does that restoring family with therapists with people. But that adapts. What does that look like in regards to. Now if it was something like a person getting raped a- person getting Like if they were stabbing the baby and this not making it. I don't wanna make what was happening. Seen would we. we're not trying to Create a hierarchy of right but from an abolitionist. Land and i credit million kabul for of that roadmap to chains. The first step is to address the immediate harm right. Tim minutes later. Miss mama's was on instagram. Saying your thoughts ideas nothing. But i'm here with my girlfriend. And i'm giving you this work that i did the little boy. The little boy like ten minutes later like okay. Y'all tried it. But i'm still giving grow all of this right right. That was the first indicator of me of this. Is this something that feels like there's soak blackness and community support could have been a real catalyst year to sometimes amplifier. You don't have to be on the might sometimes. You're just the mind. And i think we really struggle with that because we're at a lot of activists are playing into the the white supremacist system. That are writing checks for activism to be an activist and so the great the great offer that i get it. I understand as a bitch who has a salary who has consulting jobs agreed personnel. Those all those other accented and privileges like those are space. The privilege that i that i am in i recognize that people are trying to be the paint by numbers approach. I call it. The deray mckesson approach to activism. I get it at the same time. It is just i talked about. I talk about the the the the way that this work doesn't last so much because don't why would you wanna put an office work if you know as long lasting effects and that's what we're going to fee is that we have all of this heavy stuff of front end but she didn't do these things where where is the strength of needs assessment. Who are the people in that community. Who are already doing this work. Are there people already connected to this child. This child clearly presents as identifies as queer. What are the organizations that fifth if nobody is in the first hour. No call tony michelle. I'm confused boom. Who come out now right. So where does the needs. Who's on the ground already. Before i get on the ground. What's available. has anyone tried to reach out to a family member and talk to him. What is possible. can we get in after that. Black folks will come to our door. Real black is listen on. I don't know me like that. But these white folks is about to get into the middle of your shit and we need to address it before it gets there. Who's in charge six. Let me holler at you right. Where is the disruption. That happens because the next thing is the state. Because we don't want this to happen. They didn't have that chain. We nipped in the bud so he is safe and this should not happen again and now if you come out on the bag on me and you talk and you lie i do fuck. I won't. That's my and that. And i see this danger that maybe sometimes i might have to call the state on your mouth fucking ass. Is your your goal is to look at once. Addressed the media harm and give as much grace's possible and what i don't like the ballot fears in the battle reaction to watching that child. Experience harm removed much of the opportunity that we is black belts hats and give those young people grace. And if i'm looking at those ages those folks are under twenty four. There are there. Lessons also nike is their young black southern also and and i think that was important for me because i'm just like these are babies trying to figure it out. So who's there. Who could we have gotten on the ground. Could we have disrupted it and being last but not least even if you feel the these this lead to come in. I need stand on a name that these systems are part of the car sales. I find it frustrating when when you get into work. Okay for instance as someone who recently transitioned. I seen the girls talk about me. Where's miss come from This this this just became girl all these other things. I see it and i know i know the rudolph. The route is that there are black. Trans women who have been out here navigating the world in their in their truth for ten twenty years where are not receiving the opportunity. I'm receiving and that's not right right. So i get the the root of it at the same time. I'm going to name it and i'm gonna figure out how to weaponize it. They could've sped listening. This is a part of the system but also this is where we're at. Don't get online and say well if you ain't doing nothing don't say nothing. No community care is it's it's it's a bunch of people who got a lot of opinions. That ain't never gonna do something but that's what it is to listen to community and we don't like it but the truth of the matter is for as long as we have been incarcerating people. We have been black children from families. That beeston's were burke and come out of the same spirit of we believe that black people are not qualified to raise black children. We believe that black people are not qualified to lead black family. We believe that white people have the skills to know how to raise good black children and black people don't and as a black child who was in that set. The age of thirteen. To seventeen year olds three telhami by to make it the dulcet from the age of eighteen to twenty seven. What i can say is. I've been raised more by black trans limited in the last twelve months than i ever was by a white person clocking in for eight hours at a time. Come on now. people don't know how decentral themselves they may not have that information and that's my concern is we can be involved in called the action but that's shadow work that has to happen. Should i be the person talking about this job in bringing someone else in. Maybe on the amplifier. Should i ain't going to be the person on the ground that's happened that allows you to be a part of community and be effective in your desire. I think there's a lot of people in the next six months. Who if they are real bitch. It will look at themselves and say i tried but it didn't really turn out. How bottle would my statue event. Because you realize that you didn't have the power that you thought you had bets especially when it comes to talking about the system You not that. You're not you see you don't have the power that you think you have. You may have power over this black stanley. That you snatching this baby from because the pressure but when they get in the system the white people have the power. You ain't gonna be able to come in and say why want this happened with this trial because that's not the word by topic. You don't even have nicotine you have black miniature golf. I know you know black children in the bug. But like that's what fuck me up is like you barely barely making money enough money. You take care of you. You ain't even your dancer now. I'm just like the growth so my hope was like whatever power we have. We've positioned in to where our power doesn't even permeate those systems. These systems are all s prisons. So the way that we'd be having to stand outside of the prison walls and either through bill supporter other ways by tearing the building down as a quick way to get people out. I'm telling y'all that these euphemisms are replicas. And that's what's scary. Who who must have the power to walk up to the lancet apartment of servicing. i know there is a representative from atlanta. Who's involved but again from the space of politics. that's king don't they. We're treating them well. They're not being harmed so on and so forth it's they're not going to take the critique that.
Canadiens Beat Golden Knights 3-2 in OT to Take 2-1 Lead
"The Montreal Canadians made the most of all my sins vanish for game three beating the Vegas golden knights three to two in overtime Josh Anderson tied the score with less than two minutes left in regulation and buried the game winner in O. T. it looked like me we had a lot more energy than them we we came out hard and and it's kind of late tonight and in a huge game that that we need to win the hands were without head coach Dominique Ducharme who tested positives called nineteen prior to the match up assistant coach Luke Richardson field in Montreal pulled off the win despite trailing the stock department thirty to eight after forty minutes when they killed four penalties goaltender Carey price was yet again solid in this one pushing aside a total of forty three shots L. A. Larry here in Montreal
Montreal Canadiens Interim Coach Dominique Ducharme Tests Positive for COVID-19
"The storyline and the lead for this game three is no Dominique Ducharme. The interim head coach for the Montreal Canadians testing positive for Covid on a test that was administered yesterday in Vegas That was reiterated by a follow up test earlier this afternoon in Montreal. How big of an effect or any effect? Do you expect that to have on this hockey game? You know what? I'm just going back to when I played? You know what All the preparation is done before the game starts. It's done. You know what your responsibilities are now again enter game. I think Luke Richardson, who will be taking over his head coach, he will have decisions to make as far as Do you change the aggressiveness of your four check when you have a lead when you're trailing, Do you become more? You make those system changes during the game As far as when do you double shift the line? Well, that might come into his mind. Maybe he'll do it differently. Ducharme. Each guy has different strengths and weaknesses. He might go at it a different way We touched on it a while ago. I think the matchups situations and face offs that doesn't change. I've gone into many games where the coaches said if you're on the ice against the line, you're not supposed to be on the ice against. We've talked about the matchups. Get off. As soon as possible. You know that it becomes automatic. You don't need a coach to tell you to do it. Yeah, As a member of the coaching staff, you know the matchups that the staff wants to have really no big difference there. One
"dominique" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"Getting out there to get known each week. She either interviews are media friends. Pr colleagues or she just goes solo offering these strategies on publicity publishing and platform building. So listen to hear how to get booked on media places in a superstar status. Now here's your host pam perry. Hey this is pam perry in thank you for joining us today. I'm excited because i have a young lady on here. Her name is dominique. Clark who is a two time emmy award winning tv personality. She's doing all kinds of great things in the world. And i am glad to have her on. I think i met dominique on clubhouse. That's what well so. I haven't been on clubhouses law but i was like i liked his clubhouse and i really liked her spirit so i want her to come on the show today to really talk about her company which is called been worthy been worthy dot com and it is a shoe. Give you the back story about how that really came about. But i want to read the formal bile burs sees the digital marketing strategist said a tv. Host and speaker hailing from north carolina. I guess it's probably in the area of Rally durham or is it morning. Charlotte starlet. i didn't live in the wrong area but now in charlotte area. She's hailing from the charlotte area so she is a a multi talented relationship expert author media personality house with years of experience empowering influencers amd professionals across the country with intentional dating and building purposeful relationship known for her signature. Self worth bursts of pros in matching in coach appliance. Dominique has been the rediscovery coats for both adult and young adult women. We discovery of south rediscovery of self word and rediscovery of love. He has been seen in the. Cw sheen magazine washington. Post the huffington post name of you. And she's contributor expertise to tv programs and that works such as we tv after the release of her bestselling book once. You make sure you get it. She's valuable does she know it and leaving talks across the country. Dominique gained notoriety as a public speaker. An a must have for women audiences. I love this. Dominique has been worked on camera and hosted celebrity red carpet interviews in outlets four aa see image awards. American black film festival scene magazine. Kimmy awards bossa be towards essence music festival. Her career immediate took off when she became the number one. Friday night radio holes at the sensation station network of.
I Bought a Drone. Now What?
"Daniel. Thanks so much for taking some time to sit down with me today as i shared with. You have a lot of questions. So why don't we start with you and the work that you do in the support center in for that matter. What is the support center. Great question wonderful to be here. Thanks for having dominique. So i'm doing corporate. I run the support. Outreach team. In the office of integration at the faa the office of us integration. So my job kind of sees a few different things one of which is the support center. Seoul start there's jazzed about it. The support center is basically a call center that you can call the faa and ask any question that you have about us and we will give you the answer or find it if we don't know it and it's it's pretty outstanding that you can call a federal agency as big as the faa and complex is the faa and. We actually pick up the phone. If you call us at the support center we will pick up the phone. You talk to a real person that works her office if you send us an email or respond to you. It's kind of the best customer service you can get these days that does sound really outstanding Do you know. I'm always afraid of asking You know silly questions but do you see a certain type of question. Come in more often than any other just anecdotally. It's a great question. Yeah i mean it ebbs and flows and it's interesting because it really helps us get into the mindset of what's going on out there and what policy issues may becoming opera bubbling up So consistently we get questions really basic questions. I gotta drown. What do i do with it. How do i register. I'm confused Or you know right. Now we have some new rulemaking coming out for a remote. Id and operations over people and there's a new training element to it. So we're getting a lot of questions about you know the training and how to access it. And what does it mean so It definitely flows ebbs and flows with with what's going on out there
Get Vaxed, Wear a Mask, and Come Fly With Us.
"Welcome to the arab. They're a podcast about the wide world of aviation and aerospace. I'm dominique abreu ellen. Kennedy there's an old nat king cole. Song did i love. The chorus goes straighten up and fly right and this most certainly applies today to how we all should act but flying is an airline passenger allen. We all know that life is an airline passenger in. The twenty first century can be stressful. Health concerns new regulations. Unruly fellow passengers and flight delays can be nerve racking for any traveler. But remember that the pilots and flight attendants are there to get you to your destination safely and everything they do is for your benefit in fact. Did you know that there are federal regulations. Bat actually prohibit passengers from interfering with crew members. Yeah that's right. Violating these regulations can result in hefty fines and we mean hefty all excellent points dominate after years of decline incidents of unruly passengers unfortunately spiked twenty eighteen. And from twenty twenty. Two twenty one. They've had record numbers largely because passengers failed to listen to flight attendants directions about the new mask policy in january. Twenty twenty one. faa administrator. steve. Dixon signed an order directing zero tolerance policy against unruly airline passengers in the wake of recent troubling incidents. Recently we've seen a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. These incidents have stemmed both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the us capitol. This dangerous behavior can distract disrupt and threatened crew members safety functions and as a former airline captain. It's extremely concerning to me. And i know it's equally concerning to the airline cockpit and cabin crews whose primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of all passengers.
"dominique" Discussed on TIFFANY
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"dominique" Discussed on TIFFANY
"Lives in that you can styles these lines and still be an incredible asset and human. That was probably the biggest when i went to build invisible mission. It was because i wanted to have that mindset for myself of what are things that i need. That are tangible for tomorrow and to be able to feel like i'm still successful. I have to live with chronic illness. But i'm still able to achieve things and it was never the waiting for the cure in air quotes mindset that a lot of people you're instilled especially in the medical community to have in a lot of that for me that exclusivity comes from not being able to see yourself in any format as a kid weren't books with characters who were chronically ill or disabled. You're not seeing them as the angers on the news in fiction television or nonfiction. They're not the bestseller both less and so i was never having access to it so when it became my position it was like. Oh okay wait a minute. I'm not going to be able to be as successful as it used to. Be as happy because anytime you would see a chronically ill or disabled person in a film it was always the melancholy storyline or they needed a romantic partner to be successful and to be happy. And i felt like that was a disservice to me that i had to find all these other things too just because i have to adapt to my body. My house doesn't make it any less special it is that lack of fusing them together was i had to have two different boxes of the days. I felt healthy. Where the only days i could be successful when happy but i was still joking with my friends on the phone. If i was doing work from my bed. 'cause i couldn't get out of bed that day doing work. I'm still having a successful day. Was just not what everybody else likes it to look like. And that was the biggest thing especially through. The work that were able to do within busy does that. Everything is super tangible. I joked that what we do is so common sense that the world doesn't do it yet and understand it yet. We're not reinventing the wheel. It's just you getting the mirror to turn to yourself and being able to realize that you have access to all of the tools you need. You might just need to adapt a few steps than together because construction. The world's not built for the chronically. Ill in disabled yet. Luckily we have people like you and diversity at your podcast out there. So people can have more access especially those that are healthy non-disabled to then be able to see this perspective and realized there's only a couple of things that people need to do to make things more inclusive accessible to if you just look at statistics. It's a very high portion in most countries that identified chronically ill and disabled so i say where the most untapped market for every brand. It's the most intersectional always pitching. Macaroni is come on. Where this whole axis of people who are just waiting to showcase that day are multifaceted and multi-talented. You're totally right. It's not rocket science. I i want to transition the conversation over to advocacy activism. Because we need more people like you in the world and being able to equip others with these tools or these strategies is important so we'll take a break and then when we come back we'll continue chatting with dominique..
"dominique" Discussed on TIFFANY
"Lives in that you can styles these lines and still be an incredible asset and human. That was probably the biggest when i went to build invisible mission. It was because i wanted to have that mindset for myself of what are things that i need. That are tangible for tomorrow. And to be able to feel like i'm still successful but i have to live with chronic illness but i'm still able to achieve things and it was never the waiting for the cure in air quotes mindset that a lot of people you're instilled especially in the medical community to have in a lot of that for me that exclusivity comes from not being able to see yourself in any format as a kid weren't books with characters who were chronically ill or disabled. You're not seeing them as the angers on the news in fiction television or nonfiction their bestseller book less. And so i was never having access to it so when it became my position it was like. Oh okay wait a minute. I'm not going to be able to be as successful as it used to. Be as happy because anytime you would see a chronically ill or disabled person in a film it was always the melancholy storyline or they needed a romantic partner to be successful and to be happy. And i felt like that was a disservice to me that i had to find all these other things to just because i have to adapt to my body. My house doesn't make it any less special it is that lack of fusing them together was i had to have two different boxes of the days. I felt healthy. Where the only days i could be successful when happy but i was still joking with my friends on the phone if i was doing work from my bed because i couldn't get out of bed that day doing work. I'm still having a successful day. Was just not what everybody else likes it to look like. And that was the biggest thing especially through. The work that were able to do within busy does that. Everything is super tangible. I joked that what we do is so common sense that the world doesn't do it yet and understand it yet. We're not reinventing the wheel. It's just you getting the mirror to turn to yourself and being able to realize that you have access to all of the tools you need. You might just need to adapt a few steps than together because construction. The world's not built for the chronically. Ill disabled yet. Luckily we have people like you and diversity at your podcast out there. So people can have more access especially those that are healthy non-disabled to then be able to see this perspective and realized there's only a couple of things that people need to do to make things more inclusive accessible to if you just look at statistics. It's a very high portion in most countries that identified chronically ill and disabled so i say where the most untapped market for every brand. It's the most intersectional always pitching. Macaroni is come on. Where this whole axis of people who are just waiting to showcase that they are multifaceted and multi talented. You're totally right block. Science i i want to transition the conversation over to advocacy activism. Because we need more people like you in the world and being able to equip others with these tools or these strategies is important so we'll take a break and then when we come back we'll continue chatting with dominique..
Mother, husband charged after child's death at hotel
"And common law husband in the death of her eight year old son, Kayla. Holes in Dorf and Dominique's Lewis have been charged with injury to a child in tampering with evidence. According to one report, HPD had contact with This family just three weeks before the boy was found dead. Might want to
Houston mother of 8-year-old boy, her common-law husband arrested in death of child
"And common law husband in the death of her eight year old son, Kayla. Holes in Dorf and Dominique's Lewis have been charged with injury to a child in tampering with evidence. According to one report, HPD had contact with This family just three weeks before the boy was found dead. Might want to
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all
800 nurses at Vincent Hospital in Worcester, SW of Boston, go on strike
"Of talking the top Some 800 nurses are now walking the walk. It's ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester of Beef with their bosses over staffing issues sends them to the picket lines for the first time in a couple of decades with more on the job action this morning WBC's James RoHaas joins us Live Morning, James. Good morning, so cars are honking their horns and nurses chanting and waving science here. On some restraint, they are hitting the picket line, arguing that same Vincent Hospital and the parent company, Tenet Healthcare, have not been negotiating in good faith. Dominique Muldoon is with the Massachusetts Nurses Association. They have just not wanted to talk to us about the issue. So you know we don't feel that you know we're getting what we need from them now. Tenet Healthcare says is presented the best proposal for nurses and 10 years and says the strike is a responsible in the middle of ongoing pandemic. It is still lively out here you may be able to hear the honking and chanting Police are out here as well. Making sure traffic is flowing. And those that are going into work are able to get into the parking lot
"dominique" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Don't say what are you eating. I kinda miss those days. I would really be cool to go back to those candidates. And maybe we will with after all these quarantines lockdowns all this stuff behind us. Maybe just maybe we'll overturn to some of those neighborly ways that we used to do years and years ago so so what are some common. I guess i wanna say challenges but may be when you're working with somebody. That's you know having a difficult time adapting the self leadership you know. They got some blinders or resistance to order some things that they tend to say. Why can't do this because of this or this you know what are some of the roadblocks they throw up. Yeah a lot of the robot has the deal with the lack of self confidence and kinda like with bathing soap me up to do everyday everyday kind of like with the e of the rave method of encouraging yourself. I rarely just a lack of confidence especially myself in other folks who've are just starting out in their careers like heart got do manager position of of the fires really really performance like a a like depending on the result back even with my day. Jobs alive rory and just seeing other folks in action taking my break. The aspirations of being a magical. Because i don't wanna be charging adult daycare just realizing that. I'm taking more the coaching aspect from it and be like. Hey you're gonna get those winds in the beginning books going to be shoveled materials right. They're going to be doing that in the beginning. And there may be some times where you have to have those difficult conversations and you just have to be appropriate but you got acknowledged that hey you were chosen out of the competitors to be here at this place at this time in this moment right now and this is your chance to really not only perv yourself to others or more importantly prove yourself to yourself and realize that you to have an ability you matter and you managed to other people because you wouldn't be here if you did matter and just transferring that to the other folks that are working here that you supervise and helping them to be the best they can be an equipping them to be the best they can beat too so really just one of the major things that comes up just that lack of confidence and some folks may get a little too self aware i and they think they go to the negative sides. Aw like would give them the right. Instructional will hear the message correctly like soap like it. It's also just having to realize that. Hey failures okay. Even an environment that may not nurture that moslem that aspect but raw gonna screw up. It just depends on how you respond to inches learning from that experience because sometimes you may think one way may work with one person but that may not work with another person. Especially if they're brand new with all these new ideas and possibly misconceptions where you have to basically reel them in a bit and then give them that experience to help them to realize that. Hey you know what i asked him. I thought one way but now know why the boss told me this way. It's just really just giving them that golfer. That's the realize that they got a transfer that inspiration to other people and that it's okay to realize that sometimes we're gonna mess up where all human. Nobody's perfect like just realizing you too can turn your loss into a lesson. Because no one's undefeated. Dr maxwell wrote you know. Sometimes sometimes you learn and it's crucial in. We've heard the phrase fail forward as well..
Reflections On Atlanta Braves Legend Henry "Hank" Aaron
"I could talk about the dignity in the class of hank. Aaron the man the you've been being for an hour easily but i'm a numbers guy and so let me tell you what i did. After hank aaron died i navigated over to his page on baseball reference. And i don't know. I just be held the majesty of this man's career and it literally gave me goosebumps. The more i looked the more. I realized he was beyond great. He was at some other level. He wound up with nearly thirty eight hundred hits. And that's a lot of freaking hits. It's a thousand more history chipper jones. It's two thousand more hits than mark. Maguire it's more hits than johnny bench and hank greenberg got combined and they're both in the hall of fame so i think about all those hints and i think about those seven hundred fifty five homeless because that's two hundred more homes than mickey mantle. Two hundred it's more homers than edgar martinez and duke snider hit combined. And they're both in the hall. But the more i dug i found other cool stuff to hank. Aaron had double digit home run seasons at age twenty and age. Forty here the only three players who did that. Willie mays ted williams hank aaron. That's a pretty good. Start on a mount rushmore. Would you say and all those home runs. He hit for all those years. This never struck out one hundred times. Then there's total basis crushes. Everyone who ever played in total bases six thousand eight hundred and fifty. Six total bases isn't just a record. It's seven hundred. Twenty two more than stan. Musial was the next closest player in history. If stan musial had hit another one hundred and eighty home runs. He still wouldn't catch i karen and total basis. That's a lot of total basis. That's incredible hitter hank. Aaron was for two decades. So is it possible to be one of the greatest players who ever lived and still the underrated. After looking over hank aaron's numbers. I think it is my name. Is david o'brien cover the braves for the athletic. And there's only two guys that i've ever felt this aura around them and that was mohammed ali and hank. Aaron and hank aaron. How's interviewed him. The first time at spring training. I remember approaching him and it was just You know i've done this for thirty years. And it was feeling. I've had unlike any other athlete that i've ever approached but then he immediately just he smiled and was so warm that that fear or intimidation just as melted away. And you could not believe that you were talking to this. Superstar is genuine icon living in atlanta for twenty years You can't overstate the importance of hank. Air to this city and this region the south. I grew up in the south and hank aaron being a black man being the greatest one of one of the two or three greatest players of all time and to do what he did in the south and then living in atlanta and seeing hank aaron you know mementos anchor and tributes and see his name on buildings and streets and that kind of thing. I would argue that. There is no athlete. That is more important to a city than hanker and wants to atlanta. He was such a huge part of how the culture of the south has changed. I mean this is a city where you feel fide of being so much black acceptance here. Thanks a huge huge part of that. He helped pave the way for all these other black athletes and entertainers wanna come here to be here. Brian jordan know it was an all star with atlanta. Bryant said that The reason that he chose atlanta was hank. Aaron and was a boy idle here. He said a black kid growing up playing baseball hank. Aaron was the guy but it was an opportunity for me to meet my hair. The hope the opportunity is given so many kids today. Amazing dominique wilkins. Said hank was a big reason. That he came here was one of the first people. It's probably one of the most instrumental guys into getting me here in atlanta. But one for god like hank. I wouldn't been here. Was hanker went to ted turner and said hey you need to get this kid by any means necessary. He said people should give the roses while they're alive and that he's glad to see him getting them now but he said hank should have been put on a pedestal decades ago and he was right What are the things that i remember him saying is that you gotta set example for people to come at you. And how do you do that. You do the right way you doing about being Have miltie you do it by just doing the right thing and the right thing a lot of times. It's hard and a lot of guys. Young guys don't know how to do the right thing. As far as how they present themselves to people and how they get back to people so to give back experts that i've learned over the years has become from erin trampling. We don't see that much of that anymore today. And he lived in the same house that he bought when he came here in. Nineteen sixty six from the
2020: The year in review
"To look at the year's biggest stories. I was joined by three of the newspapers correspondence on the front line. Reporting the huge events of this year and their effects on the art world and a brady is our market editor. He's a buck is our contemporary correspondent and gareth harris is our chief contributing editor inevitably as we tackle the year's event to major global stories dominated the discussions the coronavirus pandemic and the death of george floyd and the fight for racial justice. I'd like to begin by talking about the effective of covid on the market. And and obviously this is your area of expertise. And i want to begin by talking about the fares. Because in a way they've been the marker of this exponential rise in the market over the last decade but they fail just as suddenly this year. I told me about fares on the covid back in march and sort of early mart taper off maastricht happened and it was kind of happened a week beforehand. It might have been okay and had happened week. Afterwards i think it definitely would have been cancelled and myself a lot of other journalists. Went out again. See the fat and it had very strange kind of atmosphere. He sort of jokingly foot tapping and elba bumping. But i think people sort of thought that something viruses affecting the outside world won't penetrate walls in the champagne and kind of that elite nature is. Shut down an exhibitor had got tested positive covid and after that so many people attend to call the virus at the fair and some of them were really radio and in intensive care and i think that was just a for me. That was kind of big wake-up cool overseas in the uk went into lockdown the us. After that the armory we happen to have the same sort of time but it was. It definitely was a kind of think. Reality shock that this is going to be something that really was can affect all of us. It didn't matter our were or whether you were off a this forest and have any kind of respect for face of mesa foundries and it's just as one said to me. Everything kind of fell off a cliff in late off training. And then you just saw this sort of chain of cancellations volvo fairs. I mean it's fair to say that the the big fairs have had a terrible year right. Yes they even had an awful. Yeah i was thinking back to when we speak russia beginning of the doing a year ahead. Podcasts i remember when i was leaving afterwards sending i think maggie a message saying we didn't mention carina. Virus and thousand mistake is at that point. We were recording sort of sauce january and we of it very much. They'll as an asian problem and a lot of the talk then was about whether autism hong kong was going to be cancelled and it was at the end of january but i think people still thought that it was going to be quite contained a there but after that east be the fence being canceled was knees. Now fast. Going ahead is news. Just the just hasn't really been anything since about much aside from these fares in in shanghai in november which did manage to go ahead that is a different world to rest of the world maidment. And i think we're really going to see any until about late. May next year by the looks of aside from say ought to buy which is saying that it will go ahead and march but whether actually will not very much master of debate gareth. That's why isn't it all. The fares are sort of basically postponing. And then there's going to be this glut of that happened in the middle of twenty twenty one. I mean i think the all world is beginning to think about a return to some kind of post virus malady but that's difficult is just said because the twenty twenty one calendar is looking quite crunchy. Really got balls. The hong kong is the first honor scheduled kickoff next. Mary and yams new york is next summer. So think there's about six or seven major phase in a row so within a few weeks within night mates at that tape off maastricht delayed Home call up. Awesome hong kong freeze. Neil and then our puzzle as well and then freeze. La in july. But we've been here before. Yeah i mean but we saw. The september was going to be back to back this year with fairs. That were delayed for the spring valley summer. They weren't they never actually happened. So i sort of we could be faced with the crunch or we could be faced with nothing at all this weird september. It's really hot today. It's difficult isn't because dealers and clubs helps to prioritize where they're going to go next spring some depending on all sorts of things like a vaccine and all other source of corona sort of things. I mean i just wonder how dealers will where to go. I mean i spoke to dominique levy a few weeks ago. And she said she's going to have to prioritize not would be quite difficult to do but i suppose collectors just itchen allow curator's itching to get back to in real life
Actor Elliot Page, formerly Ellen Page, announces he is transgender
"And Oscar Dominique has come out as transgender bore from ABC is Jason Nathan Seuin. Ellen Page was nominated for an Oscar for Juno in 2000 and eight I'm pregnant, and it's also the star of the hit Netflix series, The umbrella academy. This family's amazing and Ellen Page is now Elliot Page announcing on Instagram that he is transgender and an emotional post page says he feels joy in making the announcement but also fear knowing that Trans people are often victims of discrimination and violence. He calls out political leaders who he says criminalized transfer. Of care and deny the right to exist, noting he won't be silent in the face of their attacks, and we'll do everything he can to change this world for the better.
Breaking down Kyler Murray-to-DeAndre Hopkins Hail Mary
"Dominic. It is eleven twenty seven pm eastern. And i m almost done tattooing. Cuyler murray's name using a ballpoint pen across my chest. Go forward i'm with you. Want me wait why you finish your being supportive in a way. That bill barnwell. Why usually talk do right now. Isn't i think like he would be reasonable and discourage me from doing this. But you're a far less responsible character. It feels. I'm here for a good time now longtime just today's episode so i'm fumbled fox ready for sublime tattoo it. Let's have some drinks. Whatever you wanna do. Pablo dominique. Foxworth is a writer and commentator for. Espn he played seven seasons in the nfl at defensive back and he's espn dailies. fun uncle. Well what i wanted to do before we get hammered together is talk to you about this play. That is inspired all of this ink to be spill both across my chest and across the country. Because i think it's the play of the year. I think what we saw in this bills. Cardinals game is the play of the year. And it's worth noting for posterity that the bills had just one said gave right before it happened. Josh allen had thrown. I think the pass of his life to step on digs putting buffalo thirty to twenty six with just thirty nine seconds left. The snap man looks to his left. Choirs left side. Then go to the point steph. Both touchdowns catches a touchdown pass from josh allen. What cuyler murray then does rolling left. Let's hit pause as his bomb is launched from midfield in his dangling in the air. Because you are a cornerback in your blood in your soul. How do you even approach defending this sort of a play as db well. They did it wrong. Obviously they were all going for the ball which you don't necessarily want to do in that situation and trae white one of the best corn illegal that he was trying to catch it which any coastal tell you. Bet it down. So everyone's out there trying to pad their stats in the thing that i would normally do. Not ideology happens as a particularly big receivers but tall receivers will jump well over the arms can't catch a bomb like that with one hand if you do best one for you. So that's what they did wrong going for the ball in also trying to patch stats with an interception i. I was particularly happy towards the end of that game because on get up last week. I said that stefan digs is unstoppable. Man coverage way. You shut down passing offenses in this league. We all know it. It's tight man coverage you can't do that. Against stefan digs. He has been created the most explosive plays of any receiver in this league against man coverage. So he caught the game winning touchdown man coverage also said in that same segment the andrea hopkins is the best contested cats receiver in the league. He's one of the top receivers in a league in winning contestant catches so he can get open but the scary part about him is. It doesn't matter you put it anywhere his entity even if you're close to them you're buying he might bring it down and embarrassed boom so win for me. How about that back to back dubbed up.
Training dogs to sniff out COVID-19
"They can sniff out counselors late blood sugar levels in diabetics, drugs, explosive chemicals used in bombs, and as many dog owners know any food in one hundred meter radius. dokes have notorious powerful noses with hundreds of millions of central sceptres that can pick up traces of substances at just one pop trillion. And so now teams around the world from Lebanon to the UK attesting out dog's olfactory abilities when it comes to sniffing out cubic nineteen. One of those putting hounds on the viral hunt is Dominic Cork a professor at the National Veterinary School of. In front first phase is to train the dog to put his nose in coon and sniff. So we knew that if he story then we put some positive sample in this goal and dogs are going to one whole week but they'll in the cones and everything is made as a game I'm Nichole Davis, and this is science weekly. We Got Dominique on the line to ask him a bit more about how you actually train dogs to sniff out a disease. Unfortunately, the audio isn't great so about that but the first question I wanted to ask Monique was exactly when he first decided to ton his dogs noses towards K. Nineteen well, it's I'm a I'm head of a Canine Sports Medicine unit that the vet, school in our fault. And and we are working a lot on working dog I'm also involved in search and rescue dogs instead thirty five years as firefighters. And I've always been working on Doug affection actually. So we also have a big program in the. Vet. School, which is Naza. He's in the goal of the program is to develop the medical detection dogs in in France and so when when the COVID did show up, we had a meeting It was on the ninth of March I remember and. The. First question was, what are we going to use samples? So we checked everything in the graffiti and we saw that the the the sweat under the armpit that would be very few chance of bessie of contamination and actually has no passive condemnation. The dog is not sensible. So we make so that the dogs do not tach at any moment, the samples than we started with such rescue dog from different fire departments. Minute Ducasse what two weeks to consider that it was working in the. And that's what we've been doing for six months. So, let's get to the nuts and bolts here. What is it that the dogs are sniffing Anita? You say you take samples from People's armpits. Similarly, people use an awful lot of deodorants and other toiletries at does that get in the way of things dogs sniffing the virus sniffing the? Effects of the virus when the virus enters add a sale, the viruses replicating also using the Senate. To produce his own proteins he's on molecules and these chemical molecules they have to go out of the buddy. They can go out food the European through the feces for the tears and through the sweat. So that's what the dogs are looking for, and that's been a quite a few studies in the past showing that insalled cultures different virus were producing different others. Let's go nemo. Valetta. Organic compounds. And that's what we are looking for now to answer questions regarding the utterance in perfumes and so on. The key point for these dogs is to have some top quality and fresh positive samples in all the to make the in printing. So we're GONNA need roughly eighteen positive samples that are fresh. We don't rely only on a on A. Positive results also asked samples to hospitals coming from people who have chemical symptoms. The scan that he's typical etcetera etcetera, and if you do it this way while the dogs reading in memory, the specific other and you can put any type of the. or perfume this is not a problem. It would be a problem if the people who are using only one brand of the audience in the same product. But the Zillions of different types of the in perfume. So the only Common Otter, the dogs are finding in the eighty something samples that they are sniffing at the beginning is the the covid and that's what we want to focus on that. Domini, how do you train the dogs I'm what do they do? Once they find a positive sample today sit down or bark or how do they signal that they found something To train, the dogs are using some what we call a faction guns that. Developed that's a good way to not have the dog in contact with the samples and so the first phases to train the dog to put his nose in the cone in sniff, and so we do that too. If he story then we put some positive sample in this in the dogs are going to for one whole week. Now going to put down those in the cones so that the imprinted with the specific honor of the positives and then with more. With some neutral, which means the swabs without anything, and then we put some negative samples and wing prisoner amount of corns. We increase the amount of negative samples. We put some some lines. We've only negatives on the positives and everything is made as a game. In other words, the dog is getting his story when he finds the positive most of the time, we asked the doctor sit in front of the. That's pretty easy to obtain. But if the dog is marking differently barking or scratching or whatever I don't care because it's the important thing is to have the dog marking correct simple. What is important is to keep the motivation of the dog and the motivation of the dog is coming through the interaction with the duck hander and through the fact that he's rewarded when he works good and plays with his a duck handler. Happiness is to keep going for working dogs. A key issue that some skeptics of this approach have raised is that you might be able to tell someone with covert from somebody who doesn't have cable but can you really tell apart someone who has covered from someone who has another virus like flu? For example what do you say to that? We are starting right now to check if the dogs are mocking? Some people with other types of virus infections or other type chronic disease like lung cancers, auditees, and so on. But there has been some studies a lot of studies trying to identify the volatile organic compounds coming from different types of virus that have been put in south counter and each time it shows that the other print of the virus coming from these vetting are any compounds is specific to a virus. Would we see in terms of practical results is that there's a lot of times where the dog has been more accurate than the PCR. We've got some people with negative that were marked by the dogs. Samples were remarkably the dogs we send back the anonymous number of these samples to the hospitals, the remade the PCR, the our positive. We also have some negative people that were marked by the dogs. We have a refugee at ten cases like this where we told the hospital. Okay. These people are positive for us and they couldn't get in touch with these people but these people went back to the hospital a few days later and they were clinically covid nineteen and most of the time they were with digestive simple. You have to keep in mind also that that when you when you look for virus in the nose. You don't look for the virus at the other end of the buddy. Just. How accurate is this at? What kind of results are you getting with dogs? The accuracy of the dogs is measured for two terms of sensitivity which means that the doug doesn't miss some positives and specificity which means deduct doesn't miss some negatives. Sensitivity is the most important and. The values that we obtained are between ninety up to nine hundred, nine point five percent in Dora sensitivity and the specificity is always close to a hundred percent. So this entity is that say ninety five percent while it means that you might have some false positive, but it's no big dipped. One or two percent of positives. The big deal would be to miss some positives and actually this is not something that happens with the dog. So you can take that in any sense results are good as long as the dogs are well trained.
Sudan floods: UN calls for urgent funding,asfood insecuritymounts
"While Sudan has been hit by devastating floods the worst seen in decades impacting more than six hundred, thousand people across seventeen of the country's eighteen states with homes destroyed and farmland damage. Just ahead of the harvest season, he's been another shock amid multiple crises according to the Food and Agriculture Organization FAO urgent funding is needed to support a country already facing alarmingly high rates of hunger and food insecurity. Dominique Bergin FAO's director of emergency resilience has just returned from a mission to sedan. He told Charlotte Lomas how dire the situation really is for people there. They're just returned from Sudan couple of days ago where I wasn't a mission already to the floods which have been affecting the countries over the last couple of these floods are truly devastating down the largest thinking the country in over seventy years who have conducted happy assessments with the me of coacher and found that up to six hundred thousand households have been affected by the impact. Of the floods more than two point, two million actors have been damaged. So it's quite serious but the problem here is that this comes at the top of an already difficult situation for millions of paper as a matter of fact, before these, let's nine point six million people were already in acute food insecurity ready a very difficult situation related to a variety of of issues social economic crying he's covid crises and even know in some part of the country the issues already locust. So quite serious situation that therefore Esguerra, our full attention. You travel to two of the affected sites what were your impressions? So we went to two of the most affected states we undertook mission with government officials as a matter of. Factly culture was with us and we spend today's in blue, Nile State, and in Sennar state, and they're what we could see is the variety of the damaged. We saw the impact on commercial farmers, and with few damage, they will be very little employment opportunities for the people. So one of the things we saw. We saw. Livestock owners, Pasta list being severely affected. By doing of the floods having lost for some of them up to seventy five percent of their livestock, which in turn is a problem for them because this is their main source of livelihood we saw that forty two percent of those affected by by the floods are women and it all sorts. So we went to the field we we spend time with them, and what we saw is that I mean situation is very, very severe. This time of the year they should have sorghum that is one meter and a half I ready to our best. Instead, we could see field full of. wheats with sorghum and that will not be honest. So in talking to these women, we understand they're already struggling. They're adopting what we call negative coping strategies, which means that they are cutting the number of the means to quantity of them is and what we found is that at this point of the ready, they're only having one meal per day and very basic meal. So very T- tuition and therefore these people need our assistance. How will this floods affect food security across the country? The food security situation prior to the floods was already severe nine point six, million people in acute insecurity. Two point two million people in emergency face. When we visited the blue states, what was clear is that we were in a state where twenty seven percent of the population prior to the plots was already in acute with with insecurity. So it is clear that with the impact of the ways, the fact that people not be able to harvest with the fact that they have been losing animals with the fact that prices are extremely volatile and ever tendency to increase significantly. The estimate is that the food security situation will further. And therefore, we need to be ready to provide at scale. Livelihood Saving Assistance. In collaboration, of course, we other agencies what is doing to assist Sadan since the beginning of the year I feel despite the covid situation has been able to provide assistance who about nine, hundred, twenty, thousand people, which is quite significant in this context. Now, what we are doing is that we are appealing for additional resources innovation essentially to the floods, but the flood. Being one more driver of accurate with insecurity. So, what we are doing is essentially appealing for seventy million dollars additional. To basically cover the needs of the people for the coming season in terms of cash assistance for people to meet the most immediate needs press agricultural inputs for the coming season so that immediately they can go back to their productivity. Always bearing in nine FAO wide providing humanitarian livelihood saving activities is very keen to build the zillions of populations which as we know are essential when people face regular shocks.
Having the Last Word
"I am about to or I am going to die either expression is correct. These were the last words of seventeenth century, French, Jesuit, priest grammarian, and man after my own Heart Dominique Boehner. Narrowly, edged out by eighteenth century French Aristocrat who declared I see you have made three spelling mistakes. As. He read over his own death warrant. We assign a lot of significance to last words hoping that we'll leave some deep philosophical epitaph or something funny like what's this button do? But you may end up with last words like American author, Henry David Thoreau who simply said Moose. Indian. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Many people think Irish playwright and poet Oscar Wilde's last words were either this wallpaper goes or I do. That would be typical wild but there are two small factual inaccuracies in this retelling. The actual quote is this wallpaper and I are a duel to the death either it goes or I do. And he said that a few weeks before he died. Oscar Wilde's actual last words were a mumbled prayer. He did also say toward the end of his life as he lay in bed sipping champagne I am dying beyond my means. With about a third of the world being Christian it's not surprising that God gets mentioned a fair amount. As the clock was winding down for one of the baddest. Of Golden Age Hollywood Cancer Stricken Joan Crawford her housekeeper began to pray aloud at her bedside. Crawford summoned her remaining strength and said, don't you dare ask God to help me. A priest was at the bedside of Francois Marie Oh, Rhett the philosopher firebrand known as will tear. The priest implored him to renounce the devil voltaire considered his advice but decided this is no time to be making new enemies. German romantic behind took a different view as he lay dying of tertiary syphilis. God will forgive me. He said that's his job. A quick tangent while the dead have been in our collective fears and folklore since the caveman days, our modern interpretation of Sambas is strongly influenced by the ravages syphilis. Its Body count his paltry when compared with things like the black death. But the five million people at killed in the Fifteenth Century alone definitely qualify for epidemic status. Syphilis comes in distinct stages. Primary Syphilis is characterized by painless sores on the genitals or mouth, which typically heal on their own. The second stage usually presents with a rash and fever. These resolve and the disease enters the latent stage which can last for years. You're not infectious in the latent stage, but the bacteria may still be damaging your heart bones, nerves, and brain. People would think they were no longer sick which was just as well since there was no cure anyway. Tertiary Syphilis the third stage. The skin may be covered by growths that break down into lesions that spread unchecked. The disease can away bone and caused tremendous pain. Sufferers could also experience numbness and difficulty with motor functions, vision problems leading to blindness and dementia. which combined left people shambling down cobblestone streets with their faces routing off. If you bumped into such a person under a ready gas lamp on a cold Monday night, you'd probably be willing to believe they were a corpse who had gotten elusive. It's grave. Will Save, the debate for the spread of syphilis whether it started in North America or Europe for another day. We have these last words because someone was there here in record them. Sadly, that wasn't the case with Albert. Einstein one of the greatest scientific minds in history. He was not alone in the room when he passed away but he understandably spoke his final words in his mother tongue and the nurse that was attending him didn't speak German. Perhaps his final wish was something along the lines of don't let anyone steal my brain and keep it in their desk for years. As, you can probably guess that is what happened but that is also a topic will cover on another show. Many people can feel the end is near and leave prophetic pronouncements behind. Reputed Future Sier and tabloid staple. nostradamus correctly forecast tomorrow when the sunrises, I shall no longer be here. Similarly. The Godfather of Soul James Brown said, I'm going away tonight. Less
Dallas activist, others detained following incident at 'WalkAway Campaign' rally
"Alexander Alexander and and some some others others following following an an incident incident at at Saturday's Saturday's walkaway walkaway campaign campaign rally. rally. W W B B A. A. P P S S Clayton Clayton Nevel Nevel has has more more Chance Chance of of Dominique Dominique outside outside the the central central detention detention centre, centre, where where Dominique Dominique Alexander, Alexander, president president of of the the next next generation Action network, is being held on warrants. Video shows a scuffle with Alexander and a security guard at the Walkaway rally in Dallas that landed Alexander on his back civil rights attorney Lee Merritt. I seen the video of what it looked like a targeted attack Walkaway rally organizers say Alexander put a fist on the security guard's neck. Both men were cited for their involvement in the fight plate. Nevel w B. AP
How To Stop Lamar Jackson in 2020 (Hint: Pray)
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