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"dublin" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

04:22 min | 2 months ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Perhaps you remember your first edible. The recount to take us off the air tonight. That is our broadcast. You gotta love Brian Williams, though. Come on. Come on, you gotta love the dude. Before I bring in hill reporter Tara Dublin, I also want to play you this was another good piece of tape. So, you know, I always like to play a few things in here. And then I'll bring in Tara. This is awesome. Marjorie trial a green at her ultimate and best hateful stupidity. Just the general woman from Georgia secret recognition. Madam speaker, I ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and advise and extend my remarks. Without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. I've introduced articles of impeachment on president Joe Biden. The reason why I've done so is for his disgraceful actions, having to do with Afghanistan, abandoning Americans, arming and terrorist nation, the Taliban, which is treason, giving aid and comfort to our enemies. But also, I've also introduced articles of impeachment for the national security crisis created at our southern border, which today is actually being invaded. But heading into this week, perhaps the most evil and disgusting thing that is going to happen and this 117th Congress is the bill that's going to be introduced that makes it a federal law to allow abortion up until the day of birth. This wall says in God we trust and if that is the case, then this Congress will reject this evil Bill and protect the innocent unborn. If this nation becomes a nation where we have such a federal law that can kill a baby up until the day of birth, the God will no longer provide protection in his grace over America. Thank you. I yield the remainder of my time. Okay, come on. Members. This is president. Come on, you can't make this up, people. I mean, this woman is a dope. She's a doper. She's certifiably insane. God will stop watching over us..

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International Poker Open Will Return to Dublin Come What May

The Chip Race

02:18 min | 3 months ago

International Poker Open Will Return to Dublin Come What May

"Just six weeks time. He will be bringing live poker back to our land. He is nick o'hara nick. Welcome the creator of times for having me along. Always phones josh. It's great to have nick. Let you start right there the it. Oh this is great news of the week. The international poker open is happening and it will be the first life fokker in ireland. Wanna say like twenty months or like eighty ninety definitely in that region for the fourth time the vet will be sponsored by unique poker. The festival is one of europe's longest running and most popular events. It's been held annually since two thousand and seven including an online version. Played on you bet last year. This year's live event will take place at dublin's burlington hotel as it has been for many years. We'll be on from october. Twenty fifth. Nick this is very much your baby these days. Tell us more. Yeah i mean. It's phony mentioned lockdown. The last major live events in ireland was to uni beto In february of twenty nine dame so we were last two now. It looks like prefer stand and on the twenty second of october government or to to move all remaining restrictions which lay the patch for live events to recommence has to wear before. Knock down so. I mean we're very excited about our and the government announced yesterday ten days ago so there's been a lot of our background over the last five days or so to gather websites updated schedule updated contacting staff finalizing details at the venue and and we finally yesterday morning. At eleven o'clock we announced the ipo online which was spread and we had a huge response on social media and the hotel Announced about eleven o'clock in the morning on the hotel called What's happened forgotten destroyed hair before imposing is bought does not mean is said what we sold about a hundred bedrooms in the last hour wowed. That's an incredible

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A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

Gangland Wire

02:46 min | 3 months ago

A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.

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Canary Speech Uses Voice to Identify Human Conditions Across Multiple Applications

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Canary Speech Uses Voice to Identify Human Conditions Across Multiple Applications

"Canary speech technology is currently commercially available. It's practical and scalable. We range in population sizes from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands of individuals within the population that we're monitoring and scoring. We have a range of different human conditions, stress anxiety, depression, we've had probably the most extensive use with. We've done some work in PTSD as well. Second to that we have a lot of work done in MCI Alzheimer's and cognitive function and decline. In this particular case, we currently have four clinical partners in different locations in the world where we are doing validation studies on Alzheimer's and cognitive measurements. And then of course, employee burnout, things like congestive heart failure, autism and others are ones that are being worked on as well. I've talked about our patents, we have new patents we're applying for things that we've been learning through these studies. And then our speech analysis as we mentioned before is done generally on 40 seconds to a minute of speech. And we return scored through our system within three seconds of time. Our partners range across the world. I've talked about hack attack meridian. I'm going to talk a little bit more about them later. Ulster hospital tele hospital and Dublin Ireland wake forest Hitachi SNK telemedicine companies like Best Buy health and several others.

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There Is No Will in Academia to Rethink Darwinism

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

There Is No Will in Academia to Rethink Darwinism

"You think that's That there is an openness out there in the academy to rethinking. Darwin fundamentally because you you go back in the book and you talk about with some of his earlier critics yes. A lot of that was just dispensed with eventually. And then we've gotten onto the star when his juggernaut is an opening in these days to to rethink this or to be more critical of it. I would very much doubt it to be candid with you. I don't think that somebody in my position without biological credentials would would be able to hack it where people fall more higher up in the biological hierarchy have written some of things before under not been able to penetrate Armagh this dublin. Need arm on the biologist way. Otherwise that's what i think so it strikes me that anytime one is not in a discipline. They seem to have a freedom that those in the discipline don't have in other words. Those in the discipline say one who is not a ten biologists in academy can write down the subject and so in a way. people outside the field can can with the freedom can think across disciplines and so they bring a perspective to it that people deep in the field often. Don't have david berlin ski in someone else who's written brilliantly on. He's also an agnostic. And you have as you put it any skin in the game you can look at it more freely without fear of triggering your colleagues in the department so to

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How to Rekindle Relationships

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:28 min | 3 months ago

How to Rekindle Relationships

"Crete's aide immediate bond with somebody and deepens relationships and mixed friendships or your intimate relationships come back to life is novelty novelties. First thing i'm gonna talk about date novelty doing new things with people know. Dublin earth shattering. But actually when you read any book on neuroscience you see novelty is always something that is so incredibly stressed that we need to create in our lives to keep things fresh because when they go stale they die to keep them. Fresh is how we grow them. So i bring in this one. I like to begin this one because this as the world opens up. Whether you feel like you can move on or you can't or as we feel like we're venturing out into the world again because some people have been locked out what to reference to you the importance of immediately thinking of any friends you have who you need to reconnect with and you need to create a new experience with them so write this down create new experience. I want you to go through your top ten friend list or the top five people. You like at work who you do want to develop a relationship with. How do you create a new experience with them. What something new that you can do where that is. Hey let's go out to a new restaurant together. You know how magic that can be in a relationship when when you go out with your partner your spouse your intimate other someone you go to a new place. it's higher. Energy is a different level of awareness. When people are in novelty or novelty situations. they're self-awareness goes up there. Mindfulness goes up biologically. We are literally built to be more attentive in new situations. And so if you actually think about some of your best friends there was probably some new situations. You went out did. Maybe your best friends came from when you were a teenager in your twenties well you're experiencing life knew there was a lot of change right. There was some of your first time experiences doing this going out your new friends of adventure. Your new friends at your new drinking buddies your new friends at school. Those new year's everything was new. There is a vibrancy and there was a pop there. And i really believe a lot of people right now in their life. They feel like they're slogging through. We need introduce novelty.

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How America Spent Trillions and Trained the Taliban To Grow Stronger

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:24 min | 4 months ago

How America Spent Trillions and Trained the Taliban To Grow Stronger

"Was on it to visit afghanistan. Just five years after nine eleven i traveled to four different provinces to see what was going on and at the end of my tour of the provinces i ended up back in kabul at the isaf headquarters then i was taken from the isaf. The international security force to the military academy america built in afghanistan and i was very impressed by the young officer. Who was my chaperone. Who was my briefer straight out of central casting. Six foot one blonde fit and his name taps had strong. Yeah major strong belief it on may strong briefed me gave me the command group briefing on the success of the afghan miniature academy america built along with her nato partners and it was really very impressive. I mean you know. I'm used to death by pipe. Powerpoint having spent six and a half seven years as a dod civilian and then on the faculty of the marine corps universities. Five seen a lot of powerpoint presentations in the military mode. But this was a good one. How much was invested each year. How many nco's how. Many offices were passed out from our training academy to become members of the afghan national security forces. But then i decided to dig a little deeper. Not just to take the word of the official power points. I sniffed around in a little bit to find out. What is the true impact of what we had done. In that nation a nation that the british couldn't conquer the soviets couldn't come come from the blue eyed redhead. White skinned afghans. Find find today. not alexander could conquer. Yeah they do exist. It's really quite something to say in the middle of herat in the middle of water that province. A caucasian redhead with colleagues. You would see in dublin as much as you'd see anywhere else. What did we think we're going to achieve just one metric for you. I found out of every passing out plus every intake of offices junior. Nco's senior nco's that had gone through some form of training small unit tactics leadership. What have you that we had graduated off. They received their last per d. m. Pay in cash of course nice crisp green american dollars more than forty percent of them up. They passed out from our kademi disappeared from the ranks of the nsf from the ranks of the afghan machosky forces and went back to that tribal regions to join their local militias and their local offshoots of the taliban

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Philip McKernan on Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Philip McKernan on Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

"Philip. Welcome back to the mystical creative for the fourth time. Yeah thank you. it's i can honestly say it's an absolute utter privilege. I've talked to you. It's been what it's been like for the audience. But i can tell you. It's been immensely rewarding for mesa. Thank you well. Before we hit record. I don't think anybody in our audience is gonna be complaining that you are back for a fourth time. You have a new book out which we will talk about quite a bit of detail. But for that i wanna ask you something that. I don't believe that i've asked you before. And that is what did your parents do for a living. And what impact did that end up having on the choices that you've made throughout your life in your career. My mother was a stay at home. Mom and i think that she in later life had some regrets and has some regrets around that she is a massive animal lover. And i don't think she ever fully embraced and stepped into that so when i was growing up so kid or maybe when i was even before i was born my mother would have home students. My parents chose to put a true private school. Even though argue they couldn't really afford it as put them under pressure so my mother did that for for income but for the most part she was a stay at home mom and my dad was in sales and he ended up becoming the sales director of a very large distribution drinks company beverages soft drinks pop alcohol etc etc which were eventually acquired by guinness. He contemplated becoming an entrepreneur And as most of us do when we think about studying business we often think sometimes from a very limited standpoint. sometimes we think about it through the lens of who we are and what we've done as opposed to possible excited out in the peripheral and a member him looking at buying a pub at just outside of the city of dublin. And i'll always remember going to see the pob and it would have been a huge outlay in order open. A big change lives and i'm so glad he never takes. I think it would have been his grave now if he if he did both in terms of the work ethic the smoking in the pubs at the time and just the general lifestyle so my dad was in sales and my mom was A stay at home mum

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The Biggest Intermittent Fasting Mistake

Keto & Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle with Alex Yehorov

02:21 min | 5 months ago

The Biggest Intermittent Fasting Mistake

"Mistake that even seasoned beer intermediate faster does and obviously almost every beginner. It's actually breaking. It's related to breaking the fast because believe it or not. Everybody can fast fast as simple as just you abstain from something right in this talking. About intermediate fastens usually abstaining from the food so have stained from the food and there is nothing heart with that the most important part over this how you break a fast wise people know how to break the fast the right way so they can maintain their health health and the weight loss itself. So what i've done. In the past. I would go probably for doesn't matter what type of let's say sixteen hours fashion. And then i would right away chunk on myself everything. I would drink everything out. Eat everything and i felt that i didn't actually burwell with that. I felt tired and felt oversleep bloating and inflammation so problem number one with that is when you combine protein carbs. Fats all of that together in the first year meal when you break it fast right away. That your insulin get spike double. Because you believe it or not at the end of your fast uber. Insulin subsitute to begin with meaning. Everything that gets will get storage will spike your insulin. More than usual because At the end of the fast you already haven't gotten any food and your body looking for that food right yourself looking for that carbs for that food and whatnot. So so what. I'm saying is there is a downside of getting all of that food at once and dublin instability insulin spike in is only one problem but actually when you combine those fats and those Carbs and protein together. You get even you could say triple a. Fact because now you Not only carbs. Gets you insolent rice. Get your sugar level up. And insulin gets up as well so when you combine protein fats and carbs. You get a lot faster and lot of your insulin. Level will increase higher at the same time. So that's one of the reason. We are trying to avoid breaking the fast with everything together. And i will explain how

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Booker Gets First Triple-Double, Suns Beat Clippers 120-114

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Booker Gets First Triple-Double, Suns Beat Clippers 120-114

"Devin Booker had forty points thirteen rebounds and eleven assists for his first career triple double as the sun's earned their seventh consecutive win one twenty one fourteen over the clippers the triple double is a system that's you know my teammates making them pay for you know running in Dublin you know seeing different types of defenses bunker shot fifteen of twenty nine from the field against an LA team playing thirty six hours after advancing deandre Ayton had twenty points and nine rebounds for the sons Paul George pumped in thirty four points for the clippers Suns guard Chris Paul sat out because of covert nineteen health and safety protocols clippers star Kawhi Leonard missed his third straight game because of a sprained right knee game two is Tuesday in Phoenix I'm Dave Ferrie

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MAPS with Rick Doblin

The Drug Science Podcast

02:20 min | 6 months ago

MAPS with Rick Doblin

"Today i have a guest who i guess most of you have heard of prolonged very long time because he one of the few people who's actually made a whole field. Psychiatry and medicine is ironman. and that's rick dublin. Who you all know is the founder of maps around who was pushed. Dna right to the edge of being a medicine. So welcome back could evidence pleasure here. We are at at the edge. It's it's very close. You will come to that in a minute. Yes but i think people will be interested to know when it will start into widodo stunting suit. Can you remember back that far. I cannot remember very well back that far. Well when it all started. Let me just start by saying that. I was raised by very politically progressive parents. And i was born in fifty three and we have loads of relatives in israel and distant relatives killed in the holocaust. It heads though. It was a big part of my education as a young boy was learning about the holocaust and just trying to understand how people could do those things to other people and how the national is actually a lot stronger than the rational or sadly. We've seen that in american politics recently to and so it just was. My family was well off. My dad was a doctor in my mom was a teacher. My grandparents on one side were very poor renna bookstore but my other grandparents were successful business people and and so. I had the sense that i shouldn't be paying attention to when i like to call a deeper threats now then just food and shelter and so that was just part of my very early upbringing. And then i was a young boy during the cuban missile crisis and we would be taught to duck and cover case. The bombs went off. And you know that wasn't very reassuring so you come to the us biden. Oh yeah. Oh yeah i was born in chicago. Yeah again my grandparents on Ones i came over from poland around nineteen twenty but but my other graham great grandparents actually came in from russia in eighteen eighty and chicago. So i was sort of a tried and born in america and i look back at it too. I was born at the height of American power

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Israeli Warplanes Pound Hamas Tunnels as Conflict Enters Second Week

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Israeli Warplanes Pound Hamas Tunnels as Conflict Enters Second Week

"Is royal has launched dozens of further air strikes against gaza this morning. Reckon the by locals. As among the heaviest bombardments the clave has ever sustained. The rights followed further rocket. Salvos launched at israel from inside gaza overnight. It has been traditional at moments of heightened conflict between israel and palestinian authorities for the united states to insert itself as depending on circumstances mediator broker or banger. Together of heads. Us president joe biden must now judge whether the united states usual reflexive support of israel plays quite as well within his own party as he could want. Assumed it would join with more on this by scott. Lucas junked professor at the clinton institute university college. Dublin Scott first of all the bigger question does the united states. Still say itself is the empire here will. Certainly there is a public part of the biden. Administration's approach which says we're very much of the effort to try to do something to reduce the killings and the violence. So howdy ahmar. Who is deputy assistant secretary of state for the middle east when out to tel aviv on friday. And he's in discussion with Israeli arab in palestinian officials but notably will not be having any contacts with any officials from hamas who of course is the ruling authority in gaza but the primary approach of the biden administration the so far and this has been reinforced. Only yesterday has been to provide cover for israel you know. However the biden ministration sees itself. The reality is this first of all in the united nations on three occasions. The security council has reportedly wanted to issue a statement calling for a ceasefire on three occasions including yesterday. According to diplomats the united states was the only country out of the fifteen council members that held out against such a statement

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Northern Ireland Adds to Pressures on the UK Union

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Northern Ireland Adds to Pressures on the UK Union

"Uk's northern ireland secretary brandon lewis is in dublin today to hold talks with ireland's foreign minister. Simon coveney. it comes at a time. When relations between the two neighbors are being tested daily as a recent burst of violence in loyalist areas of belfast and a continued objection to the northern ireland protocol. The part of the brexit deal aimed at avoiding a heart border between the north and the republic for which imposes some trade barriers between the former and great britain. Well to examine what the two men have to talk about. And what progress can make. I'm joined by belfast. Based journalist rebecca black good morning rebecca. Good to have you with us. Good morning thanks. So just this is now. It's a month now since i'm in. Coney went to london to try to begin to sort out the problems. Just give us a little bit of context. What circumstances mr lewis. Mr coveney meeting and well i suppose to a meeting amid a lot of uncertainty of minutes and the husband calls for for for more formal talks to be To be brought but so far the thousand quite listen to that so we take the middle road of them having sort of individual talks with different parties instead so many other meet today. There's lot of uncertainty following the resignation of already foster. There's two people are should come forward in terms of trying to succeed her I suppose with any party dealership called pass things. Become a little more predictable. People will say things appealed to party members on particularly the party. Membership up minute. Which is reflecting susan. Mid within unions and those with a lot of discomfort over the brexit brexit arranged into the

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Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism

"Whiskey today. Suck is soaked in whiskey. mostly jameson. Some irish whiskey a great drain for some fun times kicking back and enjoy the taste of one of the best exports. The emerald isle has to offer also popular drink in my experience for people to torture with by buying you shot after shot after shot until you're spending and puking in the parking lot talking about jameson will lead us obviously into talking about cannibalism. Yup john jameson. The founder jameson was originally a lawyer from a loa in scotland before he founded his distillery in dublin in seventeen eighty and eighteen o five. He rejoined joined by his son. John jamieson junior who took over the family business for the next forty one years junior built up the business before handing it over to his son. John jameson the third and eighteen fifty. One they were killing it by the turn of the nineteenth century. Jameson distilleries were the second largest producer in ireland of whiskey in one of the largest in the world producing a million gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the center of world whisky production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum. An internationally jamison had h five became the world's number one whiskey and then almost a century later at the end of the nineteenth century. The jameson name would get tarnished a wee bit when reports came back from the congo. The john's great grandson. James s jameson. Jimmy james paid to watch a young girl be killed and eaten. Cannibalism not a great pr moment. Hard to build a successful ad campaign around some cannibalism. What the hell happened in the congo

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Strike Ends at Volvo Trucks' Assembly Plant

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Strike Ends at Volvo Trucks' Assembly Plant

"Striking a Volvo trucks plant in Virginia is over You a double used Volvo Truck Council said today that the union has reached a tentative deal with the company on a new contract and that workers would be back on the job on Monday. The tentative deal covers 2900 workers at that factory in Dublin,

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"dublin" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"dublin" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"dublin" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

09:44 min | 8 months ago

"dublin" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Story search owner horizon talk radio online from the highlands of scotland. We voices from around the world alone. You had a welcome back so yeah. That was an awesome song. Touches will the way again. Yeah above so yeah absolutely it. So that's a song. That i did a while ago after winston a big wall to the north of on you have this big nice like cliff walk there in forget the name of the area exactly but it just a very light inspiration like jaw dropping beautiful sort of a place like you have the big cliffs dramatic and i was listening to a lot of. I'm a very very big beatles. Fan and have been for all my life really. But i was listening to the white album at the time. And there's lots of takes account strings in its strings at just hit like do to and they're all very dramatic and lions and stuff like that so i got home and i thought to myself. I'll try and recreate something like that. With lots of drama tried to capture the drama of the scenery in the kind of using the language of the beatles. So i i opened up my my You know excuse me. I got the guitar in all that stuff together. That's what i came up with the lyrics themselves turtles. All the way is a reference to a book written by michael green who is famous for writing. Another book called a fault Which was a movie as well. I don't know if you heard about a while ago. It's kind of like a well. You know it's it's really not for me to say the quantity of the movie but i enjoyed it. But that's a book. I've never rides. And he's a very big youtuber as well so I took the title from that because it was taken to be representative of something. That's the character in the song Us to talk about with the other. In the song i like. I think it's abides. The the moments of of of saying goodbye to somebody that you don't want to say goodbye to and hideout fields and all the emotions behind us. Yeah yeah interesting that you chose those two songs to play. I feel like those are the two best songs on it. Because the first song i really feel like. There's there's a lot of drawbacks there in terms of the mixing but the other two songs i feel like are much stronger The last this song but the one before the first song. I thought that was you know that was going to make that one. If you're going to get famous for some be that one and say for the one that didn't play. I'm not the one you've just mentioned is a bit weak but the company member because a pavement but was the full track the full But wonderful are longtime listener. First-time caller i think is full trucks on nevin would play two and one of the two that will last allah put a much like a deliberately for me anyway. Because i'm a news. While i deliberately chose because wasn't that keen on it before i play one or two on the didn't like too much. Which was the one that you didn't like the one you liked. The turtles one wasn't wasn't for me really. I suppose i like the catchy start fairly. The first record was really catchy. And i can tell me something that was just my my face while at nine to five dolly parton too. Yeah yeah kind of feel the same. I think that one is is the stronger one. But you have to do the slow songs as well you know. For for those with issue the completeness of the sense you certainly do All types of johnson and everything really. That's it that's that's what makes a good musician to be versatility. It's like those Like the pixies albums from from the nineteenth you go through a track by track and every single song is a totally different. John like go from hydroxy like mexican folk stuffing an older. That you know. That's always really good. I'm the beatles as well like it's all different genres the the specific songs the beach shells were in it was. It was amazing. There penny lane and you know just all of the know a lot of people say. Music is god's gift to mountainside. Bitcoin satellite mentioning. I would probably agree with that. I mean one of them. Certainly but that's you. Can i think a lot of different people can get behind it. It's very much universal language. You know like you can speak to anybody through music and like i fade with lots of people from different countries and stuff and you really can find a common connection with pretty much any bite through music you know. Join a fire with websites the best ones. Yeah i'm so i suppose. The main thing would be my instagram. If he wants to take a look dead underscored music and uh yeah. My record label is is real fear records. Which is the instagram. Yeah all i'm also on tiktok at at scenic dublin scenic underscored sylvan and very much appreciate you give it a look. Definitely love to tiktok. That was one thing. I was listening to before we called over here. It's been a lovely Half an hour or silent really to wish you the best of looking what you do. And then i'll get by to regarding the that will connect regarding the buns competition absolutely. It was great some great to chat. Thanks for having me on alternative listening to future episodes. Neither i hate nova the the show. Yes assembling full episodes and we just talk about music is. You'll see the next to that guy you know he's talking about now he's just i love talking analysts help people that's my passion and it if it helps through musical. You know rescued people from places. I shouldn't be in then. That's why i do if i can help. Willing if account troy kevin. I'm i'm glad you have locked down because we're coming out on monday week. So enjoy it when you do. It's stop okay take care. thank the gentleman. horizon talk. radio online from the highlands of scotland. We are voices from around the world talk radio or looking for guests and hosts for further information. Email horizon radio at outlook dot com..

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The Songs Of Ghanaian Women Accused Of Witchcraft

BBC World Service

01:50 min | 8 months ago

The Songs Of Ghanaian Women Accused Of Witchcraft

"Hidden. Many are elderly in their seventies there in these camps because they're accused of being witches, But their voices can now be heard on a new album called I Forgot. Now, who I used to Be sad about that. I love Dublin Bay when my whole but one of the women have never played music or written songs before they were recorded by award winning record producer Ian Brennan and his wife, Maria Elena, Omaha's a deli. But Elena herself has a personal connection to witch hunting, which will get into in a moment. But first Marlena joins us from her home in Italy. Welcome. Oh, thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Marlena. How did these women and they are primarily women Get to these camps? Well, these women are a poor there as early they have been kicked out off their land by younger relatives who are very attracted to buy their land. And that land is all. They own a S. O. This women are very vulnerable. You know, they suffer from physical mental in the Caesar, such as Alzheimer's agility. Misshapen limbs, blindness and they are completely exploited that they're stripped off their dignity, their turned into a monster there literally stripped off their own land. So these women are accused of being which is what is being a witch mean in West Africa. Being a witch is a being a person that can cause harm to your cropper that can cause a stability, which is our accused off doing harm to families. And you know, Westerners often

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North Korean hackers target security researchers

Cyber Security Headlines

02:28 min | 8 months ago

North Korean hackers target security researchers

"North korean hackers targeting security researchers. Google threatened houses group. One that north korean government sponsored hackers are again targeting security researchers on social media something previously seen back in january. The attackers use fake twitter and lincoln. Social media accounts and of set up a fake website for the company securely climbing to offer offensive security services site hasn't yet been set up to deliver malicious content but has been edited. Google safe browsing as a precaution with known fake profiles reported by google and now removed the similar effort. Back in january attempted to install back doors into security researchers machines using zero day vulnerabilities and says it's likely the group has news zero days to exploit if they're trying the approach again report details data sent from mobile operating systems professor. Douglas j. life from trinity college at the university of dublin published a report looking at the telemetry data sent by an android devices on the os level. Finding that both os has sent data even opting out and not logged in. I m hardware serial numbers cookies and ip addresses. Were among the information sent with iowa sending some location data although up more data overall roughly one megabyte every twelve hours compared to fifty two kilobytes on both platforms transmitted data. Roughly every four point five minutes in response to the findings apple said the report misunderstands. How personal location data is protected. Google disputed the papers methodology and said it will release public documentation on the telemetry data. Collected does have the resources to succeed. Congress created the cyber security and infrastructure security agency inside the department of homeland security roughly two years ago in the wake of russian interference in the twenty sixteen election dedicated to focusing defensive cybersecurity. However recent interviews with current and former staff by politico found the roughly two thousand person agency maybe to stretch recovering from recent high profile breaches to prepare for future ones. The agency already had its hands. Full helping state and local election officials protect their systems ahead of the twenty twenty election before the solomons supply chain attack and recent microsoft exchange server. Exploits came to light. Current staffers report being somewhat exhausted with not enough personnel to fill out threat hunting. An incident response teams staffers. Acc is able to largely meet the security needs of other federal agencies but is struggling to provide support to private sector infrastructure companies. Still staff reports morale remains generally high with confidence a can fulfill its mission an energized by recent political appointees to dhs

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Ireland Suspends Use of AstraZeneca's Vaccine

All Things Considered

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Ireland Suspends Use of AstraZeneca's Vaccine

"Temporarily suspending use of AstraZeneca's Corona virus. Vaccine show. Mike Poland reports Irish health leaders are concerned about reports of blood clotting in Norway. The Irish government is pressing the pause button on the controversial vaccine after receiving a warning from their Norwegian counterparts. The report sight for very serious, very rare cases of blood clotting in vaccine recipients, one in which the patient died. They're concerned with where the clots air happening, and that those getting the cloths are under the age of 50. The European Medicines Agency is also investigating the clotting incidents, but for now says the vaccines benefits outweigh the risks. You countries like Ireland already faced a shortfall of the British made vaccine in part due to bad blood from contentious Brexit negotiations for NPR News I'm show make Poland in Dublin.

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Bitcoin Investing Is ESG Investing

The Breakdown with NLW

04:21 min | 10 months ago

Bitcoin Investing Is ESG Investing

"Today we are talking about wipe bitcoin investing is e s g. Investing before i start i want to give their two sources of inspiration for this particular podcast. The first is kind of general. When we start new bull market cycles there is inevitably a new wave of fear uncertainty and doubt. That happens the cynical side of this. Is that people who have been against bitcoin and crypto for perpetuity are re upping and doubling down on their entrenched transpositions because otherwise. They look stupid for having missed it. Visit absolutely a thing. I've mentioned in a number of times. But the non cynical take which is much more important i think is that there are by definition a lot of new people discovering bitcoin. The price rises. It's not at all dismissive of all bitcoins. Nonfinancial properties to recognize that number go up is just about the best marketing to get people to pay attention. Certainly i believe saito. She recognized this. So if we take it from that angle. We have to assume that every new cycle brings new people. Many of whom will naturally have been scepticisms reservations that they want to address. That's a good faith conversation. And i'm here for it. So that's the general context. The more specific inspiration is a set of tweets from row. Paul this morning. He wrote bitcoin twitter. A bit of help needed. It appears that bitcoin is not yes g. Friendly is the narrative that i think was started at the c. Be to slow institutional adoption and is now spreading to the media. I have a few institutional asset allocation committees reach out for clarification as they are concerned with espn mandates versus their desire to own bitcoin. I want to set them at ease that this is a false narrative. I know a few of you have looked at this. But is there a definitive article on the true cost relative. Cost outside of the cost is very low to secure the blockchain which doesn't really help the institutions. I'm sure someone has done some great deeper analysis. Can you point me in the right direction to something that uses factual data references and analysis etc. Something that will work for these institutions. As i've got an inbox full now i've been thinking about this topic basically forever so i figured why not do the show last thing to note before we start is that i am not actually a bitcoin person coming to. Es g environmental social and governance in many ways. I'm an ese person. That came to bitcoin in college. I started a series of programs to help students learn how to make an effective impact abroad. Reason just make an impact that made them feel good. That ended up leading me to think. About systems of impact in general and notice that charity and philanthropy while often very necessary tend to be the cleanup of extra analyses of whatever the dominant economic power system is is started to think why not focus that on changing the system that creates the extra analyses in the first place that got me to start working with a company called change dot org when it was just five people and i was entirely focused on this emerging area of social entrepreneurship. Dublin triple bottom line. Investing basically things that would become. Es g later on. When i was first introduced to bitcoin it was actually exclusively in the context of a payment system. A competitor ironically to square and in fact wasn't until i stopped thinking about it like that and instead started thinking about it as a tool for sovereign empowerment of communities that it really clicked for me. All of this is not to say that. I'm some big. Espn expert but simply to make it clear that this isn't a topic. I've come to recently in some big desire to justify bitcoin with that said of course feel free to disagree as you will but now let's discuss why bitcoin investing is. Es g investing to do so. I want to go through each of these initials the s. and the g in that order. I do think before we do that. However that we have to address the most commonly repeated critique of bitcoin which is that it's used for drugs terrorism financing and crimes of all types for someone who is in. Es in believes this to be the case perhaps because it keeps being repeated by folks like janet yellen. It's going to get hard to get past this. So let's first address it head on. I have two key arguments on this front. The first is that. Us dollars are used in far more crime than bitcoin. And that doesn't make us want to reject us dollars. And the second is that. We actually know far more about bitcoin dan. Us dollars and the evidence shows clearly that not only are illicit transactions at minimum amount. They are declining.

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"dublin" Discussed on The Office Providers Talking Office Space and Flexible Workspace

The Office Providers Talking Office Space and Flexible Workspace

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Office Providers Talking Office Space and Flexible Workspace

"Many multinational corporations have a presence in islands capital city so this property at the airport is a popular choice with companies that have its workforce and clients flying in and out of the country. What makes this flex space center at dublin. Airport so popular features often mentioned by clients. Are the business lounge facilities which make a welcome alternative to the airport. Lounges the meeting room and conferencing facilities the shower facilities and these secure underground car. Parking often mentioned also are the excellent transport infrastructure and connectivity due to being located next to an international airport the flexible workspaces at this property.

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"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

"Ireland fought for its independence from the United Kingdom Between Nineteen Nineteen to nineteen twenty one in a grueling war fought with guerrilla warfare. It was the IRA which is the Irish Republican Army. They were not terrorist organization will maybe they were in the in in English? Is You know? But they fought the British army then so just think that was like right after World War One, and then you know yeah, interesting on November, twenty first one. Thousand Nine hundred twenty. It's known as bloody Sunday so I'd like the Youtube Song. Blurry Sundin. Thanks Rebecca. Definition I'm sure Bano is listening to this and he really appreciated. US, right, now yeah, right. bloody Sunday was one of the most significant events to take place during the Irish War of independence. On this date, thirty people were killed or fatally wounded. Not so much the amount of people, but how everything happened and it's both sides to. Most of the assassinations occurred within a small middle class area of the south inner city of Dublin. It started with the IRA seeking out members of an undercover British intelligence agency in Dublin, the IRA members went to a number of addresses and killed or fatally wounded sixteen men. Then the English retaliated by opening fire at a Gaelic football match in Croke Park, which killed or fatally wounded fourteen civilians and. Wounded at least sixty more. That evening to Irish Republicans Dick. McKee and Peter, clancy towns, good It's spelt differently than how you spell Peter. who had helped plan the earlier assassinations along with the third man, a civilian named conor coon. That sounds like Scottish name. On so they happen to be caught with the others they were beaten and shot dead in Dublin Castle by their captors, who claimed that they were killed during an escape attempt. In May of Nineteen, twenty, one Ireland was partitioned under British law by the Government of Ireland Act, which created Northern Ireland. Later on December Sixth Nineteen Twenty one. There was a treaty called the Anglo Irish Treaty that was signed, which gave Ireland its freedom..

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"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

"Knew about star wars back then, so that's yeah, okay! Art Imitated or life imitated art. On the English king gave Dublin to the merchants of Bristol. It became their colony. Afterward many people from Bristol in southwest England came to live in Dublin. For centuries afterward Dublin was ruled by the English or those of English descent. In eleven ninety Dublin was devastated by always a hazard when most buildings were made of wood in Chicago. We feel that yes, definitely, definitely. However, Dublin was soon rebuilt. The normans built a wooden fortress in Dublin and in the Early Thirteenth Century It was rebuilt into stone. Smart Yeah definitely. The English king also rebuilt the walls of Dublin and strengthen strengthen them. Furthermore! twenty-nine Dublin gained its first Maher. Doubling grew rapidly, and may have had a population of eight thousand by the thirteenth century a double. It is yeah. A Double Dublin. There were a few other rebellions in Dublin, but nothing really took even when Henry the eighth declared himself, head of the church enclosed, closed the monasteries and nunneries. It started some resentment, but not really a revolution Henry, the eighth son Edward and his daughter. Elizabeth introduced even more radical reforms. That the people of Dublin and the rest of Ireland pretty much ignored and kept practicing Catholicism okay. In the sixteenth century, Dublin's and middle classes prospered so much show that it didn't even resemble the people that had lived in Dublin until then. They installed chimneys in glass windows that up until now were only a luxury that a few people could even dream about. Her well, that's. Advance it is pretty advanced. Yeah, maybe they had air conditioning then yeah! Jimmy's glass windows. Yeah, and a C yeah okay. Between Fifteen, seventy nine in sixteen fifty, they had many outbreaks of the plague, and it ended up killing thousands of them. Some estimate that that it killed off half of the population bringing them from around eighteen thousand people. Back Down to around nine thousand. People, That hits that it's hard. especially in this time, yeah! And during this time there was the English civil war of sixteen, Forty, two through sixteen, Forty six where Catholics were expelled from Dublin in large numbers since the English questioned their loyalty. In sixteen seventy thatched roofs were outlawed because they were a threat for fires that could eventually destroy all of Dublin, and when I went to Ireland and saw some thatched roofs. That was my thought, too. Also the bugs, because it's just like Straw on the top of your house. You know yeah seems like if you can build a stone thing that maybe we've evolved past Dublin's Dublin was different, though after sixteen seventy, okay, so Dublin grew very fast after its last outbreak of the plague going from a population. Your this is this is crazy going from a population of only nine thousand in sixteen fifty to fifty years later being at sixty thousand. How do you handle that? That's crazy I didn't. I didn't handle it. See were just walking wrongly. I can't handle it I can handle. That was me. And Dublin was seen as an area for the well to do and actually look to uplift their poor lower class. In seventeen o three Irish parliament passed an act for building a workhouse where the destitute of whom there were still many. Could be housed and fat. So the rest of the seventeen, hundred saw a lot of growth in Ireland in Dublin in seventeen, thirty five parliament house was built. This was a new meeting place for the Irish parliament. Libraries and schools were built. Many churches were built. They received their first fire brigade. Many hospitals were built and a couple that I found really interesting..

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"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

"So we're back and now it's the history time. Let's do this. Let's do it so the history of Dublin Very Long, unlike most US cities, we have a really deep well of historic facts to draw from. So I'm going to kind of go through a highlight of its history, so this episode isn't like four hours long. Okay, good 'cause! You have me a little worried there uh-huh Anna's like are am. I. GonNA re novel or it's going to seem like it maybe. Dublin was actually founded by the Vikings in eight, forty one. That is new new information to me. Wow, already righty. They named it Dube Lynn two words, which means Blackpool, and that sounds like something straight out of game of thrones or Lord of the Rings. Interesting? Yeah, it was fortified with the ditch in wooden gate around it. The Danes erected an artificial hill where the man of Dublin do. Do Blonde do blinn would meet to make laws and discuss policy. Of course, the women folk weren't allowed definitely making. that was wrong already. The Vikings living conditions were very primitive, though the houses were wooden huts with thatched roof, no chimneys or glass windows. Could you imagine the bugs? Yeah and there was no heat or air conditioning. There I could imagine that right now. Hey listen for most of human history. This is how people lived yet, but not in Pats, history pets. History's always had a see attached to it well. We have a new saying now. Pat FACS pet facts that facts and that is, that is one of them. Yeah, Dublin head, blacksmiths and carpenters jewelers in make combs from bone or But they also had a relatively large wool weaving industry. Slowly the Danes were converted over to Christianity, and the first bishop of Dublin was appointed in ten twenty eight. That's that's a long time ago. Time ago, I there were many wars during the vikings rule of Dublin every time, though they recovered in May Dublin even better, Dublin grew to be the largest and most important town in Ireland. By the eleventh century, it is guest to have had a population of about four thousand people. That is a large town by those standards that day. Yeah, I suppose. That's true, I mean. I Guess Yeah Yeah I mean it doesn't seem like like here. It'd be like little rural place, but it was pretty big for them. Yeah, okay, they would trade with the English town of Chester and Bristol. In eleven sixty six MAC murrow king of Leinster was forced to leave his kingdom and flee abroad in eleven sixty nine. He enlisted the help of a norman the earl of pembroke..

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"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"dublin" Discussed on Ghostly

"Eventually go in. I could tell Kelly was nervous. But I just thought it was because it looked a little scary i. mean was a prison. We were able to sign up for tour. And soon we were walking around learning all the horrible things that had happened in this place so I decided to distract Kelly from all that by walking a little part with her and finding our own things to look at. Only I think our own tour showed us more than the main one. Every so often things would get very cold. But. We realized it was just isolated to certain areas though you couldn't really see why. We also heard footsteps behind US twice. But when we turned around, no one was there. One Time Kelly yelled out and when I asked her what happened. She said she had heard children crying and screaming. But we didn't see anything. Then, it happened. We both saw him. We were looking at the big courtyard where I later learned. They had executed many many prisoners. And we saw a man wearing old time close. He was just standing there, looking at something we couldn't see. He looked so sad. Kelly saw him I am pointed him out to me. I told her oh log. They have reenactor dressed up to show people what they look like. Kelly at me and said I don't think so mommy. And when I looked back, he was gone. I was pretty shaken up at this point, but I knew there had to be a logical explanation. We hurried up to rejoin the tour and I. Asked the Guide about the reenactor. He looked at me confused and said we don't have that here. Many bad things happened here and while we want people to remember, we wouldn't want to reenact anything. We leave Dublin tomorrow and as I said it has been an amazing trip and I'm I'm happy we came here, but. I'm uneasiness about. That jail. I hope Kelly forgets everything we saw. Unfortunately no, I never.

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"dublin" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

14:34 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on Insureblocks

"Then we get into transportation Russian insecurity and education and identity in all of those things but it all the concept of the smart city was was really I get. Yeah Yeah Yeah and when you look at the digital identity project what were some of the barriers that you were faced with. And how did you manage to circumvent invent them. Well one barriers perception when you use the term blockchain and I'm sure guests so when you talk about people here cryptocurrency gap and they hear Bitcoin and they hear that they don't hear blockchain and so we do try to that we started just calling it digital identity and and not so much blockchain because it distracts people and they think of it as the flavor of the day and Hype and all of those things. So that's an issue. We don't have a lot funding There's no funding for these kinds of innovation so you kinda have to partner and do public private partnerships and and explore a really Lee low budget kind of experiments in. That's why we done a proof of concept at a very limited way So those are a couple couple of barriers. There's not a lot even the most advanced smart cities that you're hearing about. There's not a lot of funding there and there's a lot of doubt Dublin in our recently at an event the other night Two percent Many of these advances to residents has a very active in supportive residents base. So my advice is for other cities is if you are typically in the stance of telling your city you really are no good and you doing everything wrong. And we don't trust you. They're not going to innovate a whole lot. And you're not going to bring a lot of ideas to you but if when they do bring a new idea to you you say. Hey We support this. We want you to continue. You're likely likely to get better innovation out of your community and I get a lot of out of the people of Dublin. Ohio route excellent excellent. You're taking a very customer. centric took approach. You have a community. That supports your initiatives. This is really good stuff it's You're acting a lot like a start up by the sounds of it. Yeah absolutely absolutely there is co creation and I actually do use startup concepts and principles. We use agile. We talk about iteration in in. That is very difficult. Vocal for government Yes to interim governments have budgets. They have you have to have your idea fully baked and then you present it and then you get budget for and then you must be successful. There's a very rare situation where you can try something. And that's an education thing that we really have to work on a lot definitely definitely so. Can you describe to us a little bit about your digital identity solution and for example how how was it designed. And how did you enter your partners owners to build a solution that I'd like to hear more about it please. Yeah we actually created a group before we thought about developing solution here called the Dublin blockchain group. That was my attempt to plant a flag A few years ago a couple years ago Where we said we want all all of the tech companies in the area to come out? Sit Down Hackers. You know People in the back rooms there companies. Who are really experimenting in? SORTA keeping these these skunkworks in secret. Come out and amongst friends. Were just going to discuss them. We had a few meetings of that in a few companies emerged as really just being compassionate about this I started talking to one. It was a software verde and we started conceiving of what would be great use. Case for how government could be using blockchain. What's a value to citizens and we did go through an RSP process and they were selected But it started with the Dublin blockchain in grouping in doing that I do WanNa mention to you some of the characteristics of our digital identity. Because I think that's also what you're asking and one of them is just the identity we're using a qr code and some encryption which allows you to use public private key kind of scenario so that you walk into a government building lingers Qr Code. There you use your phone to scan it or to be scanned by it and certain personal information would be able to be passed. This is in my view personal identifiable information or P I as a service so that data is data that we have on you you as a citizen we WANNA keep it in one place not in file cabinets all over the city putting one place so that when you scan your digital identity you can be identified forums or two interim meeting to do any of those things. There are two other aspects of the identity that I consider applications. One of them is a points based system that we have Dublin points so that you can use your digital identity to undertake activities which is consistent with the values of our community such as sustainability or cybersecurity or volunteering or something like that and you will gain points from from the city that you could regain for some cities swag or for some benefits or something of a arbitrary value and that's an important part so the token go ahead. It starts at this point in a token format. I'm assuming they are in. It's an arbitrary value. So if I give you five points that doesn't Correspond to fifty cents or five dollars anything like that. You can only use them in coins. Trading and the third application is around polling. Need to as a city vehicle to ask you a question as a citizen and you need to be able to answer and you need to have trust that your answer Sir or your polling question. Your vote has been taken seriously that it is cure. It's not tampered with those things in meeting to know that you are a citizen that you actually answered this question with that functionality. There's a number of things that we could be doing as a city that currently under our democracy interesting we only use othing for votes for people for questions inferred certain taxes but don't express our desires to our government comment more frequently in a very reliable man so that is part of the experiment as well. So there's a digital identity. A token of value and Poland are all three applications of this excellent. Now how long has has been Live and what are some kind of the re- The The data points in terms of the results on. How often is it being used? I'm trying to get an idea of you know of of how well it's being accepted by the community while again we're taking an interest in stance and so we had done a significant amount of testing we tested with internal it staff of the city first. And then we test was city city. Staff were not outsiders and we had another session which we tested with volunteers who are not members of city staff with the residents residents of the city and then we just the other night had of a mortgage consideration kind of thing with members of the public so it is not widely in use has been live and in production for only a few weeks. Now actually And we're going slow. which is something that most governments don't have the ability to do you have have to show results immediately but because our project is not dependent upon life safety or anything like that? We didn't spend a huge amount of money on it. We can get it right A.. And take our time so I don't have. It would be less than ten people using it now because again. We WanNa work the bugs out. And we're having people experiment with entering the eighty eight of the feedback that we've gotten from residents and all across our region is a huge amount of positivity just for the experiment and we WANNA to make sure that we're not representing this as anybody in the city of Dublin. Hasta this or will ever have to have it. It's not a requirement it is strictly voluntary. I WanNa make sure that there's a comfort level with people at we're not usurping or taking over what the identity system that is not the case so this is a slow moving okay okay And in terms of the actual infrastructure picture that you use. I understand that you built this on Bitcoin cash. Could you explain to us some of the reasoning for that. Sure while it was presented to me. I am not a person who is part of the global battle between the coin. Bitcoin cash or different various crypto currencies currencies. In in in those kinds of things. I am more practical just in terms of stability availability Installed base and some of those things so as it was presented to me I looked at bitcoin. Cash as up something that just worked I am not concerned about joining into a global community although there is one for all of these crypto currencies do like other crypto currencies games. I like a theory I like. I think that there's a lot of advantages to them but part of the reason for us. Doing this project is for us to learn as well so I don't need the selected elected infrastructure to be perfect or for it to last a hundred years so I don't need to get into those arguments or questions what I need stability not in availability and I found that the bitcoin cash community has the technology that we need in order for these information transactions to be a highly available highly secure and. I don't spend a lot of time talking about it or evangelizing about bitcoin cash specifically of. But I can tell you that it does everything that we asked to do have had no stability your or security questions around it and I feel really good about that choice. EXON EXON and when you're looking at the T. cited you consider self-serving identity platforms such as ones by bill bill by sovereign or others or What was your thinking with regards to these kind of platforms? I did not only because of their ultimate goals. At at the end of the day we are government and we are attempting to create something that allows us as a government to hold onto I personally identifiable information and interact with residents self sovereign identity as I understand. It is highly independent of Any type of government interactivity and so it just didn't fit for what we were trying to do. In terms of applications. Like when I'm talking about polling and points in those kinds of things however I believe in the self sovereign identity concept and we want to make sure we're we're developing a platform that can be integrated with other forms of digital identity especially where blockchain is concerned so. We didn't go in that direction election for this particular experiment. But I remain open to the possibilities of integrating with or you know eventually just sort of melding these various Identity scenario of course. Of course now I understand. You're still in the early stages of your project. But what have you given some thought. In terms of some of the additional features you would like to include an into your project. Absolutely we it. You have to be careful about Matt Dreaming Big Fast and sometimes you've got a platform that works in the immediately start thinking of under different applications. And you don't have the money a Europe those kinds of things so we we are spreading this in evangelizing about it. In looking for private partners there is a very interesting use case in which a private company bunny could utilize. Pi of individual with their permission without having to store it. So I think there's some Public Private Evan partnerships that could come out of this Initially for us just as a city we see the ability to go in make a request for a service from your city any by just scanning. Qr Code as being one of the simplest basic things that we just want to spread across all sorts of different services that we offer today. We also I WANNA get into our public school system. There's immediate applications there so that some of the Business Education and nonprofit kind interests are able to take advantage of the existence of such a thing about this is all experimentation in those are very attractive to of course of course nine nine again. I appreciate you know that you're still in the early stages but you probably you're gonNA get already have or will be getting very fast. Some learnings regarding you know the project you're working on and do you believe that your platform or at least your learnings could be part of a larger state digital ought entity program or perhaps even part of federal one absolutely and we've actually heard from states other states that are developing theirs and They find that this platform is a very interesting one to go forward with so States are looking at that some other states and the federal government I believe are independently developing and designing some of these things. If you figure a small suburb was able to do it. Certainly the federal government can come up with scenarios. Well they they cannot move as fast as we can and so again we wanted to plant a flag and make it so that we didn't get frozen out because once a state decides that this is how it's going to be. It's going to be very difficult for cities to experiment and do those kinds of things again. That's our brand. There are other cities around the state of Ohio. Who who are looking to throw in with us in and do some of the same things and we see? The collections of cities can be as powerful as states are and so so. It's Kinda up in the air how this is all going to shake out but we want to be at the table. We don't want to hear from another government that hey we figured it out. Just do do what we tell you to do. WE WANNA be..

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"dublin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on WTVN

"By Jermaine Honda of Dublin all right because the public demanded it and Steve to we're gonna have an extended version the writing table here in the last segment of Jermaine Honda's auto smarts also presented by Pepsi upstairs we have our king pin much offer statute Frank pulls an alley and Kevin banter along with Steve Jermaine and this should be fun and bloody at the same time so both any final words before we talk about the size of back and watch it all right why would it be bloody I just never know this is with that day you should even that it ran all right that Wallace is a friend I mean this is getting better now it doesn't I got a letter by the end see what happened on Saturday morning and double all right I'll at the Honda store Godspeed John Glenn it's up to you what was going to say so the question is of the reason that I want to get to get somebody from new and used and and with Marcello here is because as you may or may not know we're in the process of remodeling a new car show room here and and was it I went through that your room this morning before the we got on there and I mean it's the it's there's there's not much left that show room and but my point is is that we moved all of the sales people into the used car building so we've got a new car sales people use card sales people in one building and I think there's about thirty of move does anybody know what the number is thirty one thirty one so we got thirty one sales people are you which is a lot of sales people I mean because sales people the L. one sales person is like more than one person I mean because they you know they they like to talk and they liked you know and they they're they're very friendly people for you know obvious reasons I mean that a you know when you're selling cars I mean that's part of the process is selling yourself and and talking and so anyway well it where was I kind of search questions there no no so so again thirty one guys and gals in this one showroom in that I was a little show room but it's a good size jump so my my first question is do you guys how is that how how's that going I tell you I think it's going pretty well with you guys thank for me now well Hey I think it's fantastic there's a lot of activity down there all the time whether it's you know sometimes when you split up the show rooms on a Monday morning or Tuesday morning you come and it kind of seems will slow you know there's not as many customers now when you got thirty people stand around three or four customers a couple service customers the place looks really busy all the time so it's created a lot of activity and and a lot of these guys from the new and used car side of of definitely got to know each other and everyone's getting along so I think it's been great for our sales department in total so we're different banner to what is really going well a new car people so I don't think it's all guard was going all right so is gaining in a new appreciation for what the other does yeah and you get to learn a little bit of what each each our department does so what do you think about that Frank Frank kinda does a little bit of everything around here you know with that does it all right.

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"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"But that happened long before he returned as a Turkey wait. His Dad was a B- before he was irked. I I thought he might be at before. Yeah so he built the Beehive Tomb and then it turns out and came back as a Turkey which happens. I mean that's the thing about that's the thing about about so hard to predict yeah transmigration like you're you're prepared for someone to take the buffalo like fuck. Yeah no plan for that right. Yeah Oh Dad. He always kept me guessing. So the re reverend had the marble vault destroyed and then buried Adolf's under the stone beehive with his father and Mary Kelly the nurse okay. The Beehive Tomb is still in the rain. yard near his as a state it stands twelve feet high and forty two feet in circumference beehive. Big What's the Queen's the Queen's is a regular Queen Elizabeth Dr Purdon of the second will challenge the third wheel in court on the grounds of the Dolphins was of unsound mind. I like how the I will. It's a slam dunk. I Guess Dr William Williams a witness for the deceased office after William William. That's right got me billy billy a witness for the deceased doves cook hated Dr Purdon and quote was prepared to swear. The dolphins was saying Williams newest dolphins for thirty six years and admitted he was a difficult person. Sure he told her the time he curated office of serious disease but was never invited to the house. Agai- Williams was cross examined about the time of Dolphins said he might become a screech. Owl screech. Elliot's Dammit I didn't no you knew you thought this is from the court transcript. Oh yes council. How many LL's council quote? Can you give me the exact where to us. When he said his voice was becoming like that of a screech owl dr quote he said this is the first day I perceive my voice becoming like that of screech owl? He was very horse at the time. His lordship quote. Did you ever hear a man say A. He was as as a raven doctor. I did his Lordship now when Mr Cooke said his voice was becoming like that of a screech owl. Do you think he supposed. He was a Screech Gel. Doctor I do not is lying. The verdict was for Pankin Ham. Cook because it could not be proven that a dolphin was insane. The judge concluded quote if a man believes he will turn into a successful screech owl after his death. That is no proof that he is incapable. Can you imagine Agean that the judge the judge like. I can't believe this is legally very this is tenuous. It's difficult We now call the stand Turkey. Daddy Dr John took the case to the High Court in Dublin. Where the bug me provided testimony about gusty criminal trial? I mean there has not been a normal name for a while the bug me. Dr Purdon lost again but after paying for several trials. All of the cooks borough inheritance was exhausted. The estate was declared bankrupt. Edward Pankin Pam Cook dropped cook from his name. The Dawn and picking him families remained enemies Intel death a few days after dolphins death. The Fox was caught sneaking into the kitchen. Oh boy residents and it was killed. It's just gonNA come back as a screech owl holy Shit. I can't tell you how fast I thought we were GONNA move through the phase of him being crazy with animals that first twenty minutes I was like yeah. This is crazy but it could lord. Where does this go no? It is just. This dude was Razi with animals. Oh my God it's pretty normal It's a story about believing in yourself. Yeah I mean you know so. It's Turkey Dad probably died at some point during that story right Yeah it's tricky. I Turkey's don't live that long. Turkeys eighty four. Didn't cover it in the Some reason didn't cover the whoever wrote. This was just like Jesus Christ I don't know how much explore why did I start this. I don't know The main source for this was tales of English. ECCENTRICS centric fraudsters cheats and other desperate characters by Tony grumbly Greenwich also. Aw Irish eccentrics by Peter Somerville Large Probably Large. I don't know Yeah so there you you go and then. Tom Cruise went on to grade A movement of his own. Wow Right Yup also I wanna I wanNA thank I want to thank the researcher for this Sharon Saya poor who did Some really great rich. Yes I should say so now let me ask you this. Let's say Donald Trump hits the White House lawn tomorrow and starts claiming that and his father is a Turkey. Does anything happen. No that's right. No it's actually a quid pro crow. In this case there was no quid. Pro Quo of You got how many guys thought I was GonNa do the potato man. Some of you had it been were Sunday. Yeah Dark Catholic Church Holy Shit. Oh there's some great stuff with nuns and orphanages. Yeah Sir the story area that story needs resolution resolution which is not getting. Yeah that one's not ending to that story. That'd be fun. who still kids the bugger? When there's no one there's no more children that's what we can do? The Irish Catholic Church story which is good news not too far off. Aw thank you guys so much for coming out we appreciate it if you've got the Main great thing I I think I don't know what the Hell you're supposed to stick around. I don't know what you're supposed to do. Is Glenn here Glenn. How are you buddy?.

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"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"My mother. Some cabbage manages that interesting. Yeah I'm going to be Fox right around here. So every employee was required to be there. I I mean if you work for him you've got to be like this is kind of a gravy train but also this could turn sour real quick on us. How long until he's like? I know you're dating the kettle title Bitch. Once everyone arrived. Dolphin spoke quote. Well we know why we're here. Gusty was duly arraigned and charged with quitting the precincts of cooks borough dementia with without leave and associating with dogs of an inferior order Tom Cruise and Billy Don were chosen to be special advisers advisors shoe and helping helping the jurors to who they're really are jurors going to pick a jury Tom. Tom and billy pick the jury. The two workers who brought gusty into the hall had to give evidence and detailed testimonies of how gusty had been arrested they explained how gusty had resisted arrest if if he had succumbed to arrest. That would be weird. He thought they were having chase around. Plato dog they're like come on acquitted. What's he doing running away? When arguments finished the jurors went into another room and deliberated for two hours? I'll tell you what they talked about. The fuck is going on is this is this. This is insane right. Do we have to go out there and give a verdict on the dog and I think we have to find the dog guilty. He's crazy the gave their verdict guilty by misbehavior. Well they hoped the verdict would satisfy dolphins. See that's what they're doing. They're placating the madman. Marion to our president keep a office then solemnly spoke. Didn't WanNa hear this quote. He quote laid much stress on the heinousness of the crime for which gusty was convicted. How old is he his ingratitude to a good master who fed head nurtured him with tender solitude since he was a puppy? My God is he gonNa Hang. This dog. Gusty was to be taken to the place of execution home and hanged by the neck until dead after he would be buried under the tree where he was hanged. A Dolphin drafted a tombstone epitaph for gusty. I hope this dog comes back as an assassin on the property. Here's the epitaph executed executed for high crimes and Misdemeanors Gusty once a favourite center. Dog of a Cook esquire cooks borough and it is earnestly. We hoped that his sad fate will be a warning to other dogs locked ending. That's not how dogs work. Well I would talk to you but you remember the people vs this gusty.

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"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"My mother. Some cabbage manages that interesting. Yeah I'm going to be Fox right around here. So every employee was required to be there. I I mean if you work for him you've got to be like this is kind of a gravy train but also this could turn sour real quick on us. How long until he's like? I know you're dating the kettle title Bitch. Once everyone arrived. Dolphin spoke quote. Well we know why we're here. Gusty was duly arraigned and charged with quitting the precincts of cooks borough dementia with without leave and associating with dogs of an inferior order Tom Cruise and Billy Don were chosen to be special advisers advisors shoe and helping helping the jurors to who they're really are jurors going to pick a jury Tom. Tom and billy pick the jury. The two workers who brought gusty into the hall had to give evidence and detailed testimonies of how gusty had been arrested they explained how gusty had resisted arrest if if he had succumbed to arrest. That would be weird. He thought they were having chase around. Plato dog they're like come on acquitted. What's he doing running away? When arguments finished the jurors went into another room and deliberated for two hours? I'll tell you what they talked about. The fuck is going on is this is this. This is insane right. Do we have to go out there and give a verdict on the dog and I think we have to find the dog guilty. He's crazy the gave their verdict guilty by misbehavior. Well they hoped the verdict would satisfy dolphins. See that's what they're doing. They're placating the madman. Marion to our president keep a office then solemnly spoke. Didn't WanNa hear this quote. He quote laid much stress on the heinousness of the crime for which gusty was convicted. How old is he his ingratitude to a good master who fed head nurtured him with tender solitude since he was a puppy? My God is he gonNa Hang. This dog. Gusty was to be taken to the place of execution home and hanged by the neck until dead after he would be buried under the tree where he was hanged. A Dolphin drafted a tombstone epitaph for gusty. I hope this dog comes back as an assassin on the property. Here's the epitaph executed executed for high crimes and Misdemeanors Gusty once a favourite center. Dog of a Cook esquire cooks borough and it is earnestly. We hoped that his sad fate will be a warning to other dogs locked ending. That's not how dogs work. Well I would talk to you but you remember the people vs this gusty.

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"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"PODCAST Brian. Thank you. I'm a little worried about his lentil state Goo Augusta's Adolfo. Sorry Not Gusty not guys how you meant gusty. Because he's been solitary confinement. Well yes I'm worried about gusty but a dolphin seems to be Crazy no he's just he's animals different way than you and I in a bad way. Well I wouldn't say that okay mic. Backup Yeah so obviously. Tale was not having an effect on Gusty. Jesus Christ were still sticking with this. A Dolphin gave him one more chance to change his lifestyle. What's the Dave? He's not gonNA dog he won't do it and then in front of his employees Dulles Toll Gusty if he hung out with the lower breeds again again he would quote expiate his offense like other mortal criminal criminals on the gallows and he was shown the rope which was to hang him and from the tree from which he was to be strangled. and the dog was like you see. That's your fate okay. They ended up fuck around anymore gusty. For some reason the threat of capital punishment did not alter gusty these behavior. Did you think anything to do with him. Being a dog doc. I think he's not I think he's a bad listener. Yeah you're right. I think what happened was he was talking to those other dogs and they were like obviously corrupted him. Yeah yeah so so gusty kept mingling with the lower breeds on the estate gallows. What is he doing so a dolphins called for trial? All right. That's IT Africa. Trial all right. My father will be representing. You guessed he. He's one of the best Turkey lawyers we have on the property. That's right he's one of the best. ooh I will be the prosecuting attorney and the judge is obviously this turtle why I put those little glasses on him. Looks Really Wise. The turtle unless dog refer here is a a pigeon. I'm screaming remake mission. That's right and a jury of your peers. Made up at squirrels. Snakes that plants from the house a teapot that glove some shoes and a bucket of water. Hey Bob Way. The Journal Cable so adult as quickly organized a trial for ten o'clock in the morning and and if you're approached about taking part in this case how do you say yes or you have to say yes okay. Our you know it's terrifying but you gotta you gotTa know. I'll go to absolutely trial Crawford. Trial crime well. He keeps talking to lower class dogs. It could see your in your face. You understand the problem it's disgusting. Here's the crazy part. I showed him I was going to kill him still doesn't Doug won't listen.

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"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"What about the farmer was he like? Hey asshole I'm sure he was not happy. Yeah you shot my a fucking pig but thank you so much for your pig. Sacrifice means the world to me but he did win. I mean he did. It is hunting the rules. Yeah there are rules okay. No that's Donald trump junior hans different at this time at this time eighty nine percent percentage of Irish was Ireland's Catholic. Believe that it was rare for someone not to have religious beliefs and when a man told a dolphin about the savior and going to heaven. Adolf's became furious at the man for introducing such a subject. That office had a completely different belief. Sure he believed in the transmigration of souls and that after death he would be changed into a Fox so he believes in reincarnation but he's Pacific leave thought he would come back as a Fox. That's right it's not getting away away from my issue with religion the specificity but us out crazy. There's not abandoned the clouds. I'll be Fox when I die. What a blanket? I mean you know all made up. Yeah I hope he comes back as a pig you you know which one to you But he did not think being a Fox would be great life. Wait so he has this prediction but he's but I'm not looking forward to it. Yeah Trust me. It's not on it's cracked up to me. It was gonna be a pain in the ASS. That's right because he would be haunted by dogs and his as wealthy neighbors. I mean you've heard it a million times. I'll come back as a Fox. They're gonNA hunt me. My neighbors will try to kill me. I'm just not excited for us. the only thing that made him feel better about this was that he knew the land well and would quote. He thinks he's going to be a Fox. They're yeah right right in the area and then he knows the land so it'd be a high out because you know you come back with your knowledge of who you are. You're like oh I'm still the dolphins. I'm just a Fox. I think the Catholics are more right. which is saying something you don't hear that often yeah? Yeah move on his belief in the transmigration. Man's migration of souls affected his interactions with animals on his estate and in the nearby woodlands. Adulterous firmly believed that a local Turkey was his late father. That Turkey's laughing all the way to the bank by the way you know I remember that very clearly. It's more. Ah Meet unbelievable. I remember that. So He's such Goi Daddy. Daddy Daddy why was I the only one that you didn't want in the main house I know I know I know I know and when I know and that was hard for you but it was hard for me to you know you made the tough decision but I also I had to figure my own way out. Yeah I know I know I. I'm there to help stop but we're GONNA work through this if we're GONNA be normal. Look I'm not going to be. Dolphins Bradford soon. I'm going to be box and I don't know I mean I hope we can still be unlikely friends then all right. Well moms what Dan. I love you to hear that. O They don't want to Dad Dad. Dad Dad has some more brandy. I know you like that Ligo can asleep in here again. Pop I forgive you. Forgive you pop. I for Q.. V. Forgive Me Papa. I'm so happy about the way the afterlife worked out the super convenient okay. I go believe it or not. I can't really tell a lot of people about this. They think I'm cuckoo. ooh Daddy Yeah. I guess I'll stay. That just came back in is like what happened to this podcast. His father's Turkey don't leave. He demanded that the Turkey be treated with the utmost respect. This Turkey the best. This is what if your Turkey. You just hit the lottery. Yeah he demanded his servants tip their hats and bow and every ever the Turkey hawks by loser. Good Day thank you other. He made sure that Turkey was wealth at and taking care of would not be killed for food and he could only die of old age Turkey. The best dolphins also had a dog that everyone on the estate loved his name. His name was gusty. Gusty Gusty Dog When a dolphins was in a good mood he would address the dog up like quote gustavus? Adolphus the hero of Sweden. Nice Crossover Crossover. But Gusty did one thing that upset office hated when he put outfits on him. Gusty would often wander around the fourth as and four thousand Acre estate and quote. He made the acquaintance of other dogs not as highly bread or cultured. Shoot himself. So there's even canine classism. Yeah don't associate with those other dogs this. My father's watching coaching this greatly incense Adolf's he was severely reprimanded by dolphins for his wandering habits that he the dog doc was reprimanded by okay. Share just wanted to get some clarity and his love of low company And he would order gusts to be placed in solitary confinement for three days and placed on short rations for mingling with the lower breeds. This took a dirctor also fun for a minute. Other than that got gusty was treated pretty fantastic. Yeah other other than solitary all right. Put Him in the hall. It keeps talking to those other dogs but After being in solitary confinement many times came to the conclusion that gusty was a hardened criminal and was not going to change his behavior..

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"dublin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is to be around Dublin to be in Dublin county, sometimes I like to be in Dublin town by if my purpose is to have easy access to the satellite of destinations around Dublin town. Places like a voca. You may remember there was a. Series. That was featured by public broadcasting stations PBS stations crawl valley kiss angel that was found in a voca. So if you're a member of a little town, you can actually go and walk the streets and visit the places where that was filmed and vocal would mills is there as well. And there are places like the inspirational powers court falls. Which I have to go and visit all the time. And as you go stop in a little convenience store little grocer and pick up a small box and dog biscuits and bring it with you and give a dog biscuit to the fellows going to take the parking that you're going to pay as you drive into power court falls and tell them it's far as dog from Stephanie Abrams. Wonderful lovely pop that comes out to meet you. And you're not far from places like, Glenda, and noise and other places around Dublin. Including castle owned. Visit. And it's nice if you're planning to go and visit those places to be on the outskirts of the city, so you don't have to fight the traffic in downtown Dublin just to get out to the roadways to get to the places. You want to go. And then you arrive and the day, you're leave it if you're flying in and out of Dublin. That's another great time to be on the outskirts of town. And the place that I just adore being for that purpose is the beacon. I'll tell in sandy for in county Dublin it's also jumping skip just literally a couple of minutes drive from the hotel to a wonderful shopping ball with the best parking could go on for hours about the parking lot and fabulous. But it's more and to walk through their even just window shopping inspires and dazzles the imagination, and there's a big movie theater there too. So if you're feeling they need to catch up on films have missed a good time to do it. I'm with Ellie McHugh was the general manager of the beacon and you've been here now. Tears in the end of may. How long have you been in the hotel signed of the travel industry how well from college? I. In Leslie, investing, Rodman Galway, and I actually studying businesses Spanish, I was going to have a serious career in the canton, Illinois something. And as soon as I started to study it I realized it wasn't for me. I decided I preferred my weekend job, which is record in bars restaurants. So. Has an five to Dublin somethin- Harrison thirteen thirteen years. Hotels, and I'll never leave because. Well, you know, funny. It is. That people often are programmed by their families to be on a particular track. Educationally most of the expectation of family of what will be good for you, of course. And what will be good for the family to be able to say the gathering? And I recently interviews the chef owner of the global village restaurant in Dingle Martin knows last time. I think is Belet or Bulan. And I was fascinated that he was in school for engineering. Of. Thought he was going to be an engineer and got a part time job in a restaurant to help pay for his education and found glove with the kitchen the dining room, the whole idea being a chef and dump thal engine engineering for being shot. You accounting, managing Alltel, whatever education you've got in that realm. Is a value. Oh, of course. Yeah. But it certainly wasn't normal. Leach. So how did you get it from? Well, I studied with the hotel companies juries doing time and one of the door collections. I training management program with them. So there was a fine the way people if you go into Dublin town, and you're shopping on Grafton street and need to run. And here's a ladies room. The place you want hit on the hotel Westbury, absolutely. Just down a side street off of Grafton street. You can see it from Grafton street and not even half a block. And it's a great place to stop for a Cup of tea, high tea, a cocktail lunch or dinner, whatever, especially when you're shopping wearing yourself out. It is a shopper's paradise of fabulous there. But I worked with that company. Business management training program. And they will take you on. Studied hospitality. Or if you haven't had enough. Experience working in hospitality industry to take you on kind of an eighteen month training program, which was great like going into a straight out of college learning about running hotels doing things. Trend opening of a new motel which was Jurisco park. And. Learned so much charts. Space time look back. I was a baby. And I did what I was doing. But at the time thought that you were Fagin important the news fake now. Much the crinkly. Chris. Thank you. You know, it's funny. You mentioned that too because I was thinking the other day. I have a cousin. I love who has this wonderful way of cutting through the mustard who she can zero right in through the foggy miss on the essence of things, and I remember commenting that when she was in her early twenties. She had given her husband has surprise thirtieth birthday. And she was at the time miniskirts were fashion with fishnet stockings, which meant that everybody's sort of look like women of the night. She says looking back at this album of pictures, and she looks at it and thoughts herself, you know. We thought we were standing. That you know. In early stages of careers. I am sure everybody who has gotten past those early stages has both back thinking that we thought we knew it all and everybody else had no up. Time and life experience provides from you. If you're smart enough to learn from that time and spot experience a life experience that you look back and see. I got a little. We really fought our early twenty s when could've run all. Everybody people. Yeah. Mark Twain saying when he was eighteen years old. He realized how little is poverty. He was twenty one. He was amazed by how smart the guy was and how much he had learned three short years. Back. So when you arrived. In Dublin again from Croke park. So no, not true. I worked with the jury's door company for was that with her seven years overall. I mean I worked as contract castle for a short time. And then from there, I went Spencer, which is our sister property in the city centre. One. So I was in this Spencer for two years a name the physician here at the meeting you ever. I know that you were there while I was there. But I think you've probably hit. I was deputy monitoring is probably spoken to Eddie. Who was the general manager? Exactly. Yes. You've met with him. I remember you being there because it was a big important event. Stephanie Abrams is coming. Luckily, it's nice that you even say. Because when people know who I am especially people that I've met before been there before met them through. Not for some time. That's one. No. And.

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"dublin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dublin" Discussed on WTVN

"In Dublin. Parade goes through metro center and historic Dublin. The second is tomorrow on Saint Patrick's Day in Columbus. The parade kicks off at twelve fifteen pm on west broad street at Washington boulevard. Some big changes are coming to Ohio's Medicaid program able bodied Ohioans covered under Medicaid will now need to demonstrate that they work twenty hours per week or are engaged in other allowable activities, which include job, searching, education and training or community service exemptions include people over fifty those taking care of a parent. Those were they chronic condition and those who qualify for snap and the able bodied adults without dependents programs that from our partners at ABC six one part of governor Mike dewine state budget for the next two years includes an effort to raise the age of legally purchasing tobacco. Governor Mike dewine is favoring raising the legal age to buy tobacco products to twenty one that included in the governor's two years state operating budget proposal just unveiled at the American Cancer Society. Jeff Stevens is all for it. We know that big tobacco is actually. Out there coach shopping around back, and we want to ensure that you know, we get some good language that actually has an impact and keeps the kids off tobacco products. The American Cancer Society says nine and ten people who start smoking usually do so before age twenty one Jared alley NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Another big part of that budget includes fighting back against drugs in the Buckeye state. The more than seventy four billion dollar a year budget includes more money for more drug courts, more drug prevention education and a new narcotics intelligence center for state police to target drug traffickers, one of the biggest increases in funding is the nine hundred million dollars which pay for cleaning waterways. Now.

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