18 Burst results for "Edel"

"edel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"edel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lot of yeah my stick around for the next a lot of guys Edel one welcome you bring your own so this I deeply apologize so that was really an visit lacks I I that would scare me I think I that's why I think I'm going to do even I think I would be scarred forever if I was taking up to a spaceship and more than just physical all yeah I we couldn't be I couldn't be any more scared than I already am yeah come handy you don't think you would be you would be fundamentally changed if not for the call is back to normal just the gratitude level all right you made it through you live to tell I would be just a whole gosh I would never be able to sleep again I would be afraid that ET would be in a room you know I mean waiting for me slash a finger hi snowy to probe that's why it's the grass a flashlight on it you've been waiting with bated for here's how to realize why you need to see what's going on up there hello what is happening right there yeah this is interesting it looks like in Turkey and.

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"edel" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

12:40 min | 10 months ago

"edel" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Welcome to the president's Inbox they see for podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the United States. I'm Jim Lindsey Director Rector Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations this week. Topic is US Austrailia relations you with me discussed the future of the US Australia alliance in the face of a rising China are Charles Adele in John Lee Charleen Lean John or both senior fellows at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney in Sydney Australia Charles previously in associate professor of strategy and policy at the US Naval War College he served on US Secretary of State. John Kerry's policy planning staff from two thousand fifteen to two thousand seventeen earlier this year he co authored the Book Lessons Tragedy Statecraft in world order. John served as the principal adviser on Asia for the Australian Foreign Minister from two thousand sixteen to two thousand eighteen. He was the foreign ministers lead adviser for the two thousand seventeen foreign policy white paper the first comprehensive guide to Australia's bilious foreign policy in more than a decade currently. John is also a nonresident senior fellow at the Hudson Institution in Washington. DC Charleen John. Thanks thanks for joining me today my pleasure thanks for having me. Revenue Sanja Sean if I may I want to start with you and if you could just sort of lay out to us how the world looks from the vantage point of camera or Australia more broadly the politicians and strategic elites in Australia except that the world has changed particularly with respect to relations between the United States and China. They used to be the fairly complacent hope that United States and China could be a lot more integrated in the way they have the business relations. They used these type that in that China could be a responsible stakeholder. That hope is now gone. I think way a straighter is now is that we recognize. China is a problem but there's not yet agreement of sufficient agreement with the United States as as to what we actually do about it John. How would you describe the breakdown of the debate within Australia in terms of Australia's relations with China. I suppose the harder line of the strategic relates would want to constrain China in some areas limit China's power or at very least as limit China's capacity to make decisions that would be detrimental to Australia and its allies. There's a software group that would still want the United States and strategy to offer more carrots for China to change its course. I think a straighter is gradually hitting towards the former. The hotta wrote the harder line of action but eighty steal a very lot debate in camera and he brought Australia to moment charlie. You're an American ex Patriot in Australia Elia. What shortage strikes you the most about the debate that you're seeing among Australian so we've been living in Australia for a little over two years at this point and and I guess there would be a two things Jim strike me. Most one is when we moved to Australia in mid twenty seventeen. I had followed Austrian politics and foreign policy at St knew that the debate was quite healthy about the United States future in Asia no less what China was doing what I didn't anticipate at the time even as I noted things were heating up was that Australia would basically become a frontline state in the debate on the future of Asia and that's both because of some questions over the US staying power but really because of Chinese actions not only in the region but with an inside of Australia itself so it has been a topic that has been front and center sometimes a little bit louder sometimes a little bit softer softer but consistently and in some ways the Australians are quite far ahead of the curve and in other areas they've lagged behind so that's one a big observation the second one though is contrasting it what I see in Washington the Australians in the policy circles that John was just outlining. I think think have made a fair amount of decisions more or less uniformly see the challenge but once you get outside of camera the camera bubble they call it a when you get up to Sydney or down to Melbourne which were most business is transacted no less when you get out to Perth in Western Australia. Which is where a lot of the minerals come from the the debate is very very different and so within the business community? John has already outlined that there are some real differences of opinion because thirty percent of Australian in the outbound trade goes up north to China when the Chinese leaded in and on university campuses the other place where it's really flared there is a dependence on Chinese students coming in at the University of Sydney of which John and I are both fellows at the US study center one out of every four students is from mainland China so that has really shaped the debate in different ways. I think than you're seeing play out here in the US. I would say Jim that to add to what Charleston said. Australia is ahead of the curve on very specific issues where the Chinese have directed actions against us so foreign interference foreign infiltration institutions now institutions. Australia is ahead of the curve in fact. I think Australia probably leads the world in terms of the push back against China. We have pass fairly tough legislation against in foreign interference directed at Chinese activities sorry to interrupt John. Could I just stop you right there and ask you to just paint a picture for people as to what specific kinds of interference Australia has seen coming from China in his that interference being conducted at the government level or is it being done through third parties those a time when the perception was that Chinese interference was very sporadic and there wasn't a systematic nature to it. What you're saying in the last two years is a lot more information has come out about the Chinese united front and systematic attempts to infiltrate some talking about attempts to we know the politicians attempts to infiltrate both parties all branches of both Party's attempts to infiltrate AL universities attempts to infiltrate our Chinese diaspora communities and attempts to infiltrate our a Chinese language media overtime. We've realized that they have not just been attempts to Chinese have been fairly successful so for example last year we had a senior. Sania Labor Party senator fourth resign having received donations from a Chinese citizen in return advocating China's position on the South China Sea in current times. We've seen a Liberal Party a government member of parliament whose association we've Chinese groups have increased suspicions of motivation says this is Gladys Lou. We've looked at the Chinese language media in our country. One estimate east that ninety five percent of chinese-language press is now owned and by entities with direct links to Beijing propaganda apparatus that has been substantial success by the Chinese united front to infiltrate our the end of this these student bodies and increasingly quite a lot of evidence is being published by press and this really has changed not just the Bayton strategy but the public perception off China so in these areas foreign interference in particular Australia has responded quite robustly but in the strategic debate as to what you do about China in the longer term how how we position ourselves with respect to China in broader terms that babies just beginning several times John you mentioned the term Chinese United Added Front. Is that an actual organization or something else that united front is a vast bureaucratic apparatus belongs to the Chinese Communist Party. It is an organization which is directly answerable to the State Council in China. It is a substantial organization. It has at least forty thousand officials working for the United Front the purpose of the United Front East to increase domestic support for Chinese Communist parties but significantly one of the motivations are one up the objective is now to rached Chinese diasporas in various countries particularly Western countries and tried to co opt or intimidate those yet spurs is to support Chinese objectives in their home countries and it's that overseas mission as it were which has come to light in Australia which has become very grill fifth straight wins and that was the reason why legislation was passed last year specifically targeting Chinese activities so you're seeing situations and in Australia where Australian citizens of Chinese descent are facing intimidation from ages the Chinese government and is sort of cow them into not making any criticisms of China were Beijing's policy correct correct. There are two ways the Chinese have been caught effective. The first why Oy as you mentioned is intimidation and coercion so they'll be intimidation or coercion of Australian nationals of Chinese origin the intimidation and coercion could come the form form of US threats to it'd be S- interests which they may have in China or sometimes even threats to families of those family members who are still in China. The second effective way way they've managed to have presence is that they have engineered a situation where a lot of the Chinese. ESPN groups in Australia the organizations are led by individuals with sympathies to the Chinese Communist Party so even though the vast majority of Chinese Australians on not sympathetic necessarily to Chinese Communist Partie de Voices all the community organizations in Australia tend to voice very pro China views charlier astute student of international national relations and you know that affinities countries have for one another because of culture and of political governing style are powerful but they're not the be we all end all material interests matter a lot and you mentioned when he was speaking in a moment ago about sort of where economic activity is directed for four Australians. They're a great deal of business. Being conducted between Australia and China cooking walk us through the extent of Australia's Australia's economic relationship with China absolutely Jim in broad stroke the way that this normally gets publicly framed in the debate in Australia but this is actually true true. I think on a much larger scale throughout Asia particularly Southeast Asia is that there are two partners of choice. You'll hear this all the time. There's a security partner of choice. That's the United States. Australia has a treaty alliance with the United States that dates back to nineteen fifty one we share values we share interests but there's an economic partner of choice and that happens to be. China and the narrative will also run that in Australia. They like to talk a lot about the fact that there have been twenty nine on interrupted years of economic growth. It's has become one of the most prosperous advanced countries in the world and a lot of the discourse will be that the only reason and that Australia was able to weather the downturn after after the global financial crisis was because of their trade with China and again. I I talked about the second ago. It is a big trading relationship chip. It's between thirty one and thirty three percent of outgoing trade goes up north to China and that's in a whole bunch of different areas although they're generally it's different different products and services than for instance what America traits with China so it's mostly things that are dug out of the ground. be it still beat aluminum. Be at iron ore were were cold or things like wheat or wine or products such as education now. That's the broad frame of the debate. Although there are some errors actually in how that's framed because of course Jim when we talk about economic relations between countries were talking about more than just commercial relations and so one of the products that our center has turned out is when you dig in a little bit further and beyond just looking at commercial trade when we begin to talk about investment into Australia when when we begin to talk about employment numbers when we begin to talk about taxable revenues that contribute to Australian. GDP It's actually the United States that contributes. It's the most natural when we're talking about inbound..

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 Angels rally for 4 runs in 7th inning to beat White Sox 6-5

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Angels rally for 4 runs in 7th inning to beat White Sox 6-5

"Usually a late lead safe for the white Sox but it wasn't the case last night in a six to five loss to the angels white Sox at a five two lead when I went south quickly in the seventh inning Edel sending ten men to the plate they score four runs to rally and go on to the wind is the second time in forty four games this year the white Sox have lost a game when leading after six don't Cecil pitch for the Sox tonight in the a series finale expect this afternoon pre game to thirty and DJ the first pitch at three OO seven here on

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"edel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"The juniors editor, Anna Bassey spoke to our own fitted under Gestapo shaker. It was actually quite difficult. One to produce frus- reasons wants to rice, Matt heat wave, but we're writing for children. And of course the heat wave them has been really exciting sunshine to the beach in other parts of the world. It's been quite difficult to deal with. And as we were creating NAS week's issue, the wildfires in Greece coups just after the devastation. So we had to really think Kathy about how to strike the balance between the fun side of hot sun. And actually the serious nature of that wildfires global warming and all the rest of it and actually ended up picking up particular picture because we did wanted to look fun. One of the challenges to be faced with the magazine every week is making sure that whatever we're writing about and how serious it is. Often, it can be quite serious that we don't make our readers feel unduly anxious about anything. And obviously a front cover has to be Brighton appealing anyway. So we found a way of having a fun image on the cover that she shows some kids in Tokyo cooling off in some water fountains because it's been a heat wave there as well. But all the words that we use on the covers communicated the slightly more serious side of things. So this is all about this looks like having loads of fun and they are in. It's great. Actually. It's not all fun in the sun. And this is why an older to us tell the moral, the story of the week, junior, I mean, I know the week which was a fantastic very successful weekly publication. When when did it started? So we launched the junior in November twenty fifteen. So it's almost three years old now and the idea for it. Actually came about about a year before that. So the week magazine's been around for about twenty years and it's incredibly successful. And my publisher realized that actually lot of secondary schools using the week within schools and a lot of young teenagers were reading the week, and actually suddenly it seems obvious that there would be an appetite for something for a younger audience as well. That was how it was born. It was really just a moment of, well, there's a gap in the market. There's nothing that communicating news and current. I two kids in a way that makes sense to them. So they've been set about developing the junior and and this is what we came up with something that's bright cheery, but incredibly informative. And what's the age range? I mean, what's your public? What do you have your mind? It's eight to fourteen loosely. We certainly have redesigning seven, and there's an older seventy. I think I probably are cool read as somewhere between ten and twelve tells about the seclusion. Of course, we know that the week has been you guys believe imprint because people buy more copy 'specially you know so many things. Happening Brexit the Trump election. Do you fell the same with the week? Junior? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, we've had a great success story. Actually. We launched in fifteen. As I said, we have fairly moderate targets for the magazine which we completely smashed within the first year. We now have a weekly circulation of around sixty thousand. We've very strongly about prints. I've always worked in print magazines and I think there was a real appetite, especially amongst parents are the people who are actually buying this magazine to get their kids away from their screens for at least some of the time. I think we've all got to the point now where we realized that screens are big part of life, but you don't want to be on the screen all the time and it's not always the best place to read either. If you know, I think the experience of reading something on paper, not very tactile experiences, important, and luckily we've been proved. Right, and what are the challenges to ROY to this public? I mean, you did kind of mention when you're covering no heat-wave because you wanted something fun and light. But at the same time, you know, showcasing that there's been some problems the heatwave as well. I think you have to be extra careful as well. Right? We have to be careful. I mean, the first thing for us is actually when we decide which stories covering the magazine, we'll write about almost anything from the most serious stories..

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"edel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"From Dory house in London. This is the stack thirty minutes of print industry analysis. I'm Tom, it's a pack to show this week coming up. We speak with Anna Bassey at the hugely successful weekly title for the week, junior and boom. Saloon a great new indie based in Edinburgh, but I, it's a real thrill to welcome to the program. You keep an American artist. Adele Rodriguez for art director for time magazine these days. He's better known for his conic Trump covers for that title and also for German weekly Spiegel. These amazing pieces are fiercely political and whilst rich in color, fairly simmer with rage on the page, quite possibly the defining images of the Trump era. And I'm delighted to welcome Adele Rodriguez to the program. Hello? Adele, thanks for being with us. First of all, it's an interesting time. A lot of people have talked about how impossible it is to satirize the unsaturated -able of course, particularly talk about the Trump White House, for example. And yet your particularly covers you've done on some of the big global periodic Kohl's Fleischmann's that they feel like the documents of our of our time is something about illustration. It's raw power. Maybe that provide a counterpoint even to the ravings of someone like Donald Trump. Yeah. I mean, I guess in some way, I, I don't see it as funny or satire. So maybe that's why my work is a little stronger in captures that spirit is that I, I glanced something might appear funny or grabs you in that way, but then there's real, the anger and confrontation behind it. And I think that the one way you can oppose this insanity is to meet it with a lot of strength enforced, and I think that's what I try to do with my images. Well to that point, I think if Taylor de Spiegel cover with Trump in the beheaded statue of liberty, did you receive a lot of animals from that from not just defenders of Trump from people who felt perhaps that was a step too far? Does that presumably make you proud about how impact for your workers? Yeah, with image differ, there was a lot of reaction. A lot of commentary are the most about any of the is that I've made, and I think that I don't know if it makes me cry to be just makes me glad that people are noticing and paying attention to the topic, and it perhaps gets across the idea how serious this is that maybe an artist would get to the point where it would make an image like that. So anything that makes people wake up and pay attention and get involved in what's happening is good to me. I think that's my main point is just to get everyone involved. I think the biggest problem is that we start realizing the situation and just think that letting little kids in cages and immigration camps is normal or the the presented states would fire investigators. Things like that once invest gets normalized than we're basically in new fascism. I think that's my my main concern and kind of see it to some degree already where there are these things going on around us. Kids are are being detained or the giving psychological, psychotropic drugs while we're all just going about shopping and going to the mall and things like that..

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"edel" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"It's ongoing i can't say enough about my employees there they have been so accommodating and so easy to work work with almost across the board you know and me coming in from outside the industry in edel being in a new to the business they've been tremendously supportive so so that's made the whole experience a very positive so far mean sure there's different you know i'm coming in i don't know much in these guys have lots and lots of experience of there's some of those situations but so far it's worked worked pretty well and i guess the other side of that is that your customers are used to seeing these people so you come into an existing business and and i would think you're able to build upon a success from before in yeah exactly so the the business has been in the same location for about twenty two years so it's so it already has it is well established the so we have people coming in and it's also now is just do it we just continue take care the customers so the things that i've done it is i have to put it in a new computer system that and that was something that again it's just it's it's it's own going but it's by and large it has gone pretty smoothly excellent well that's fantastic so talking about your location where my listeners can find you and you know are their particular things that you specialize in as compared to some of the big box like home depot's or lows yes oh were were unable to companies hook hasn't hardware we're in land tannas square the shopping centre in ho kacin worthy junior anchor so where the and if you're facing the act me were at the very end on the on the left hand side we you know in terms of competing with the big boxes i always say check our prices meet there are there are i mean i do it every day the end and our prices are competitive we're not always cheaper and but i can tell you that there are many many times when were led.

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"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

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"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

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"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on Wow In the World

"No brendan iribe were rejected that let me just men in that code here he sure you have the right code i'm not sure i have the right koga paleo lift now i know it lasted for more than two million years old 70000 years has that ninety that works but just just make sure you type in life mm oh really starting to master the art of the smooth landing rat was this move landing uh my aching back no denver whining guy rise we gotta figure out how we homo sapiens in our other homonyn relatives like neanderthals spread out around the world from their birthplace in africa gone the tonka job oh my calculations are right mindy we've landed in a part of the world that is before robert lee where the country of ethiopia is located bulk with over the air uh who's peaceful over there look like i ask who mostly pm that's a pretty big group of them look don't want to keep them lattes bother me i think we'll witnessing an example of how our human ancestors started to spread out around the world by walking blocking edel literally walk from east africa into the middle east and then some went west to europe in some went east to asia bloom at all i humans are formula one thing goal extended pampered s it's so coal isn't it it's wind humans no matter where they're from or through their monitored dads are are ninety nine percent genetically identical boy you've been you and me sass because we are part of the same species even though me and you look different weight we do whereas many our dna is pretty much identical menu with very small variations look more homo sapiens.

brendan iribe denver mindy robert lee ethiopia edel africa east africa europe ninety nine percent two million years 70000 years
"edel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"edel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Edel one from the wtmj breaking news center a deadly apartment fire in the bronx killed at least a dozen people out of your family's close and keep these families here in the bronx in your prayers new york city mayor bill de blasio at the scene of a horrific apartment building fire the belmont section of the bronx thursday night at least twelve people including a one year old child are dead four are in critical condition the mayor said this is the worst fire tragedy in this city and at least a quarter century this witness shaken up after watching victims being brought out of the building aiming dedicate flynn this wretched burn fire commissioner daniel niagara call the fire historic in its magnitude because of the number of lives lost the caused the fire is still under investigation todd ant abc news new york cold weather playing a factor in the rassat vehicle thefts in milwaukee one hundred eighteen vehicle thefts in the last seven days police aides merely from people warming their cars and leaving them unattended that's what happened to david speaker earlier this week his grandmother started his car and went inside to tell him she was ready and when they walked outside the car was gone but car was here and then look the scene could see the prints thaw footprints that calm right to the car where they took it forty four of the thefts have happened on the city's south side alderman bob donovan is not happy but is crazy it's out of control a as far as i'm concerned police trying to convince people saying that a cold car is better than no car berry nelson wtmj news police investigating a shooting that took place thursday morning near eleven plan atkinson in milwaukee officers say a 23yearold man was shot and wounded about and fifteen suffering nonlifethreatening injuries taken to a hospital for treatment they're still investigating the cause of the shooting and are still looking for the suspect he added a investigating after a delta connection flight had to make an emergency landing at milwaukee's mitchell international airport thursday having pressure suddenly droughts and the jet heading from cedar rapids to detroit one person jer was treated.

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