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"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

03:32 min | Last month

"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Dia culture Have have yeah that way that those systems have impacted your perception of your physical body and other people's bodies because i i've said this a bunch of times but as far as i'm concerned like any sort of healing work particularly embodiment work Cannot be just about personal healing. It also has to be about collective justice because we need to make this world a less hard one for bodies to survive in particularly Marginalized bodies that it had has been the hardest for them to survive here Historically so that's the early part of the course and then it takes you into the kind of introduce you to my methodology. What is personified embodiment. How do you practice it What kind of impact can create when you learn how to practice it And then the rest of the courses taking you through the four facets of that methodology of personified embody met which is self compassion Self curiosity self communication and sustained self connection. So they're seven modules total Like i said he twin takes you about two weeks. That's about fourteen weeks. There are two options in going through. This you can either purchase it have access to when you purchase it. You get lifetime access to it's yours forever can go back too much as you want You can either purchase it. Go through it on your own. If you feel like you would really prefer to absorb this material and go through this process just with yourself Or also there is an option to elect into a group coaching path. And at this moment in time that option is about fifty percent full And so what that's gonna look like is every every two weeks biweekly there's going to be Zoom zoom meeting about a ninety minute meeting for group processing and talking about you know the module that we just completed. What did this bring up for you. What did you notice in your body. What are you learning. And having a group discussion In in in that context like from that place facilitated by me so again. It's not going to be one on one coaching. I've been doing for the past five years. it's a bit lower touch point in group space but it is a bit more guided than if you were to purchase the course in just kind of go through it on your own time so yeah that oh and the other thing. Final thing This course comes with a physical workbook Which i worked really really hard on. And i'm really proud of because again. I wanted this to be embodied. I wanted it to be tactile. I didn't just want this to be something that people sit in front of a screen and go through. Pdf not that. That's bad. I just really wanted to do something. Different so when you purchase Enrollment into the course you will also be sent the physical workbook that takes you through There's a bunch of different writing prompts. There's like journal spaces There certain practices and exercises that. You'll be prompted to do in the videos that you can interact in the workbook with so it's very interactive. It's very detailed. Took a really long time. And i'm really really proud of it. That's great. where can people find the to register. From course yes If you go to course dot jamie. Lee finch dot com. It's right there and again..

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"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:54 min | Last month

"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

"I've been sitting with that because that again was a critique in my situation from people. And so i've been sitting with that of this idea that there is a power disparity because of my large following in this person small following and the more that i've talked to people who have large followings but do not have access to power in many ways in real life whether that's through you know whether that's because of class or race or gender ability It's interesting that we've set up. This kind of digital third perpetual third space and attached release pacific currency to at that actually has no weight or bearing two or very little say waiter burying to the currency that allows us to like you said get all the things ourselves that like are not given to us for free just for existing like healthcare and food and shelter. Social was not yes. That's right my you know also experiencing someone calling my pricing for my course into question and doing some really bizarre math on what his assumption was that. I must be making and how that means. I'm leveraging healing for financial gain and my response was like dude. I live in a one bedroom apartment with like no aircraft like no central. Ac like. i don't think i this idea that a following and i was. I said this before because it was so impactful me when we talked about it. Under henry talks like towards the beginning of coded About how weird. It is how often people like experience us or like assume that we're rich because we have large followings online and it's just it's very so so all of this to say when we're thinking about power we're having these conversations about power as it relates to Like you said like the difference between social capital and financial capital. Sometimes there isn't overlap for those. But what i found to be true at least in i will speak to this space leaked to the post evangelical religious deconstruction space. But i've found to be true. Is that more often than not. Social capital and financial capital are not like there is not an overlap when it comes to this particular space and something that again. I understand the impulse. I absolutely understand the impulse to get your back up in your defenses up when you see someone with social capital there's this perception you have financial capital. I understand the response from people who might be lacking in both social and financial capital and a stress especially during cova the stress that the lack of financial capital puts people under i understand the anger and the rage in the direction of people with access to resources like legitimate access to resources. Which is why. I can understand this.

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"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:45 min | Last month

"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

"And so there is this this highly itunes sensitivity to that but at the same time it's very difficult to say to combat something. They're also you come from a community at luton things like called nine. Yeah how if you feel the call. Of god's it's all union.

Why Do These Baby Birds Have Such Bizarre Beaks?

BirdNote

01:31 min | Last month

Why Do These Baby Birds Have Such Bizarre Beaks?

"Most baby. Birds are adorable little sloops but not all of them did finches downright cleanthis about one hundred forty species of estra did finches including wax bills. Parrot finches and fire finches are spread across africa asia and australia. Newborn finches. beg their parents for food. Mouthed wide open. The tongue and palate are strangely. Spotted and ring. Most species chicks have mouth markings in colors ranging from black or white to bright yellow orange red or blue. The function of these markings has long puzzled scientists. Some say that they make baby beaks visible to parents delivering food to poorly lit. Nests others think the marking signal the health of the chicks. And there's a third school of thought other birds target the nest of some african finches for egg dumping sneaking their eggs into the viciousness. And those foster chicks have similar colorful markings so perhaps mouth markings evolved due to competition for food between finch babies and those other bird babies. It's not yet settled whether foster babies mimic the mouths of finch babies or vice versa. Way they look equally. Bizarre

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Do I Need To Take My Bird Feeder Down in the Winter?

BirdTalk Radio Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Do I Need To Take My Bird Feeder Down in the Winter?

"Is my first year of feeding birds. Take them down in the wintertime. Or do i leave it up in the winter in the winter all year round you know sometimes often even in the spring spring tends to be the worst time for birds to be able to find food because natural foods aren't available in the winter you get snow. The natural foods covered up. Besides when we're stuck inside during a cold winter we want to be able to watch the birds and naturally migrate. well some of them do in having a feeder up isn't going to stop them from migrating. It's actually got a helter. Yeah the end set. Aiding birds will migrate because there won't be bugs around in the winter but we'll have house finches and chicken and house. Sparrows and jay's and all sorts of birds flickers downy woodpeckers all sorts of birds. Yeah they'll stay all year. Yeah and sometimes we get birds in the winter that we don't even see in this summer so that's great like i say being my first year i thought dwight take the thing down on the fall winter yet coming. It's a common misconception. That birds will change their behavior. Because we're feeding them and it's just not true they will take advantage of what we're doing and they'll benefit from what we're doing if we're doing it in a good healthful manner using no waste food and that kind of thing but they don't become dependent on us so they don't forget to migrate because We had food down. It's it's kind of like saying we forgot how to cook because we went out to. Dinner just doesn't happen.

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How to Setup Your E-Commerce Marketing Strategy for Success

MarTech Podcast

02:14 min | 4 months ago

How to Setup Your E-Commerce Marketing Strategy for Success

"Talk to me about some of the tools technologies not only from a market operation standpoint but also from an analytic standpoint that you suggest marketers use so to your question about the tools themselves been. I think the big challenge here isn't which tools to use but how they're used by their independently or as a group right now. There's thousands of available products out there that performed point tasks really well but for this industry very few of the have been built specifically for advertising. What i worry about with marketers is that they're aiming for a strategic impact to the business yet the using a combination of independent disconnected point solutions. We quite often see multimillionaire media budgets. Being run on pretty much. What's available whether it's google sheets or trello slack. Asana that's fine but i think the alternative is an integration with all these essential functions the more you can integrate your operations analytics and workflows together. And the more you can bring all your channels into a single location. Either natively or with negations. The more efficient you are finches actually built an offers this first platform to actually plan executed. Manage all your e commerce. One place you can do it yourself. You can build this outta. We've seen it done but we had to build this partially because our clients were asking for the other thing. Is that by consolidating your actually generating efficiency and this becomes a powerful differentiator for brand. They spent less time collecting the disparate data sources and more time applying strategic thinking to really growing and scaling the efforts that the business needs. Ideally that would all be done in. The same tool made should be able to focus on both identifying the observations and then applying those learnings in some workflow all within the same platform some people have started to add a and automation on top of that and that takes it to the next level as well. The last point in this ben is that whatever tech stack brand adopts it has to work within the organization and it has to be usable across the organizations existing resources. A brand needs a text stack. That is business friendly and works with their current size and skill maturity within the

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Creating a Sustainable Growth Strategy for Your E-Commerce Marketing

MarTech Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Creating a Sustainable Growth Strategy for Your E-Commerce Marketing

"Today talk about creating a sustainable growth strategy and i think the key word. There is sustainable. Most people think of ecommerce they think of. Were you running your facebook ads for your ecommerce. Your performance marketing ads. And i think there's other things to think about other than just advertising strategy talk to me about what makes an e commerce growth. Strategy actually sustainable. I'm glad you raise it. Because honestly the first point that we're trying to actually correct here is a mindset associated with creating growth as a campaign one of the big misnomers that's happening and has been going on for years. Is that the marketing stack and your media spend is designed to run a campaign to get results and we've gotten ourselves into this cycle where we are constantly chasing the next campaign. How's the performance run. How did we spend the dollars. What were the attribution metrics. An had we perform in our sales and ultimately by going down that path we start spending more and more time trying to optimize these campaigns and squeezing more out of each media dollar wouldn't actual fact what we're doing is creating a race to zero because if you have a marketing strategy that's fixed and you go after the same way with the same promotional strategies every year and you spending the same dollars in the same platforms and you're expecting a different result. You're kidding yourself. Because ultimately those platforms are set to do one thing and what we're trying to do is reshape the mindset that says to create a sustainable growth strategy. You need to lift your eyes off. The campaign structure and create a longer horizon in purview towards a twelve month or an eighteen month persistent strategy that continues to evolve and adaptation is the key phrase. There

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12 Minutes: A New Time-Loop Thriller Video Game

Talking Tech

01:59 min | 4 months ago

12 Minutes: A New Time-Loop Thriller Video Game

"Learn more at atlassian dot com. Hey listeners mike schneider here and i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike i hear you got to check out a new video game recently. That's right but i haven't gotten to see a lot of games lately covering all kinds of other stuff but it's going to be that time of year when we see a lot of games being revealed and a lot of games coming out. So i'm assuming. I'm gonna have more gaming in my future but the game we're talking about today is called twelve minutes. It's an upcoming game from independent publisher and a puna interactive They have a good history of indie games. Including what remains of edith finch florence outer wilds and sayonara. Wild hearts The premise of twelve minutes is kind of scary. A husband and wife sit down at the dinner table. There's a knock on the door in intruder claims to be a police officer. We don't know what's happening yet really Interrupts evening puts handcuffs. Claims wife is guilty of murdering her father. The wife's take it away but the husband wakes up in kind of groundhog day fashion with the events about two replay. But he remembers what happened. So it's the players job plan as the husband to figure out how to prevent his wife's abduction and the attack the resulting in getting knocked out. Now what adds to the mind. Bending mystery here is that everything occurs in a small apartment. So you have an open room. That's a kitchen dining room sitting room. You have one bathroom and bedroom and the point of view is top down so you know this isn't like a gigantic open world type game. You know like grand theft auto or anything like that. It's very small so you're kind of thinking. How am i gonna be able to solve this. And that's what kind of has kinda got me and shouldn't be able to play this game when it comes

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Nebraska Farmer Grows Citrus Year-Round

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Nebraska Farmer Grows Citrus Year-Round

"In alliance nebraska. Winters are cold and windy but for decades retired farmer rest. Fench has been growing tropical fruit year. Round without an energy intensive heating system we have thirteen. Varieties of citrus lemons. Limes ten angelo's tangerines. United finch heat is greenhouse with a geothermal system that takes advantage of the consistent temperatures. Eight feet underground. He first experimented geothermal energy forty years ago when he was building his home he devised a system that pulls air from underground tubes where it's fifty two degrees fahrenheit all year. It worked so well that he installed a similar system in his greenhouse fans. Circulate the air. But that's the only part of the system that uses electricity so it's good for the climate and he says the greenhouse cost less than a dollar a day to run we've taken the cost of energy completely out of the equation fench almost ninety years old and he's still growing fruit year round and now he's helping more people do the same. He sells geothermal. Greenhouse building kits so other small farmers can grow citrus in the snow.

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Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach

The Free Agents

01:43 min | 7 months ago

Wolves fire Saunders, hire Finch as new coach

"We've got a head coaching change in the nba. The timber wolves have fired head coach. Saunders but i. I had a game to play brian. Sanders was coaching against the guy. He replaced tom sibito of the new york knicks. Having a great season there is game. Went down to the wire. Karl anthony towns had shot in the post to try and take the lead with thirty seconds left over his former teammate. Taj gibson but it rimmed out on a rim in madison square garden. Where the ball. Just capterra women out on sunday and that was ryan saunders. Final quarter as head. Coach of the minnesota timberwolves took over for his late father. Flip saunders in twenty nineteen thirty four year old had a string of injuries to deal with and played many many close games and the timber wolves already have saunders replacement chris finch who was a raptors assistant coach. This season has been given a multi year deal by the minnesota timberwolves to coach them full time. It's a rare move to pluck an assistant from another team. Mid season to take over job just doesn't happen very often. Usually the team that fires a head coach just moves their assistant over for a while at the very least when the full job search can be done until the full job search can be done in the off season but they had been looking at chris finch for a long time in fact he interviewed in twenty nineteen when ryan saunders was eventually given the job and finch like his good friend raptors head coach. Nick nurse coached abroad for a longtime uk. Germany and belgium then moved to the g. league and then was assistant in the nba for a decade. And he's an offensive specialist who worked with james harden in zion. Now he'll have the chance to work with karl. Anthony towns anthony edwards.

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Birding with Dr Meredith Williams

PODSHIP EARTH

09:33 min | 8 months ago

Birding with Dr Meredith Williams

"Berta. Volt from more than one. Hundred and fifty million years ago and then explosively diversified culminating in more than ten thousand species distributed worldwide. Today are human. Relationship to beds is complex to seen as spirit messengers of the gods and at the same time. We took the wild red jungle fowl. From india and selectively bred into domesticated chickens the now farmed in cages feathers have been used for thousands of years and indigenous headpieces and at the same time but has like parrots and parakeets a kept as pets bird poop called guana was used as the first fertilize of modern agriculture. And charles darwin study of galapagos finches was to the formulation of evolution. Buds are all around us. We are closer to bed than any other wild animals birds. I literally and figuratively are canaries in the coal mine. Their wellbeing is our wellbeing threats to buds range from habitat loss including logging climate change industrial farming with pesticides invasive species and even cats. These will had a devastating impact on the bird populations of the us and canada. Which in just the last fifty years have declined by. Three billion birds danton insane. Thirty percent of all birds gone. Three billion pez of wings have vanished ever across our continent from sea to shining sea. Luckily birds have strong allies in their corner. There an estimated sixty million active bird watches in the us alone and with the pandemic shutting down so much of our country. We have flocking to bird watching like never before everything from bird feeders. To binoculars have been in short supply and this year the birding app e bird collected more sightings in a single day the was admitted during the first two and a half years of the apps existence. I must admit coming late to the bird-watching pardee. But thanks to dr meredith williams. That's about to change. I'm lucky enough to work with meredith every day in her role. Running one of the most important and complex agencies in california governor. The department of toxic substance control. Dr williams received two undergraduate degree from yale and a doctorate in physics from north carolina. State university meredith then worked and silicon valley fortune. Five hundred companies in the technology consumer product and chemical sectors meredith left the private sector to follow her passion for wetlands and birds and led the san francisco estuary institute as we'll hear. Meredith journey is about so much more than her resume. Meredith nine meet apt get ready for my maiden watching invention merit so we're about to go hopefully bed watching what. What do we need to bring with us while like what. What's what's in the bird watching backpack almost nothing. Which is great binoculars. Of course are your starting point. So i hope you have some inaugurals. I know you were looking for some recently. You gave me some good advice. But i get any but we all kind of professional but what just like you would have an extra pair. Do thought so. It's in the office but we could stop on the way out of town. Not of that sound. No we should. We should yeah. You just kind of out now. Okay okay so you got the binoculars. How do you if you're starting out. It's surprising how good have gotten very affordable these days so i mean it's still a lot to invest but ask a bird watcher. They might have an extra pair. That's the first place you might wanna try like them. What do you well. first of. All there are lots of different kinds of birdwatchers in terms of some people. Want to count every burden get really long list. And they track every single birthday they see. It's about the numbers of the that very unique bird and they chase vagrant birds that fly in unusually and they're rushing off to see that bird so there those kind of bird watchers I'm a bird watcher. Just watch one bird for a long time. I liked bird behavior. just i'm just fascinated by them. And i think they're beautiful so i could just end up watching one bird for for quite a while you can just take it. In at whatever level you want in terms of the variety birds that you could see and how you would just experience them and enjoy them. So and i think the only way to find that out is to bert. Watch a little and see what grabs you What you do sounds really peaceful. The first thing that sounds the first thing sounds more. Like in england as a whole breed of people go train spotters and i always kind of identified them with bird watchers. Like it's really about. How many things. You've you've been able to capture and less about the bird the thing that you'll doing just sounds like being a peaceful will watching another animal even the people who are energized. That way unless they're doing a big day which would be a day when they map it out to see as many birds as they can. In a single day they're not necessarily rushing around even they are going to have moments of really enjoying a bird and even somebody like me chased around golden gate park looking for a rare warbler. That's very rarely in san francisco. There's an amiability amongst birdwatchers is really camaraderie. People are so nice. There's always somebody better in terms of being a better bird watcher. Meaning they either can identify birds better or you know they just have a lot of experience for the a little bit about. The ecology and people are so happy to share their information. That it's really wonderful. That's one of the things i like about it. And it tends to be every now and then you get into group and there'll be somebody who's a little loud but by and large the the folks are really kind of it's easy to get in a groove with with birdwatchers and settled and gopher along stroll and see some great birds. But what's there everywhere that it's a it's a big i mean like it huge movement and it's growing apparently it's one of the fastest growing outdoor activities. There is it's it is just kind of crazy places where i been going for ten years and cues to be just me and five or six friends maybe and now parking lot and i think the pandemic has made it even more so where a lot of people. That's how they wanna get outdoors or they've they've just kind of discovering it because they know it is one of the only ways to be outdoors so i think it's going to continue to grow which i think is great because then more people are connected to the natural world which obviously makes them care about it more. How did you get into meredith like what. What was your journey into bed watching. I mean i liked birds always in the yard growing up in ohio. You know the robbins and the blue jays. There was a hill in town. And i used to ride my bike up in the hill early in the morning and i would always see birdwatchers and i said when i'm old air quotes. I'm going to bird watch. And i kind of that seed was planted but i didn't really bird-watching until my three say in my thirties. I started volunteering for the san francisco. Bay national wildlife refuges. That you know are on the perimeter of the bay. You know them well getting restored a lot of them Back to title harsh. And i when i volunteered i would be doing everything from pulling out. Invasive plants to building shells but there are always birds around and i just became more and more and more fascinated with the birds invested in binoculars and just started creeping in. You join the audubon society and suddenly you're getting news about different outings and the next thing you know you're you're pretty far in foreign now. I'm foreign. I'm not pretty far and have taken a couple bird vacations. Which i think says that. I'm pretty far in. But what do those entail. The longest trip i took was to go to brazil to the pantanal. Which is a very large wetland like the mecca of bud watching their many mecca. It is a mecca over the course of two weeks. We just went out every morning. We get up before sunrise. Be moving by six o'clock at the latest. Usually more like five thirty and we went to a place that's called the parrot crater a giant sinkhole. And it's all a lot of parents live down in the sinkhole. And so you look down. A new parrots lying around in a simple it was tremendous and we ended up seen two hundred different species of birds there along with some giant giant eaters river otter is and it was quite a trip but the birds were spectacular.

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Local Teen’s ‘Big Year’ Breaks Chicago's Cook County Birding Record

Chicago's Afternoon News

05:33 min | 10 months ago

Local Teen’s ‘Big Year’ Breaks Chicago's Cook County Birding Record

"At all. But I have to say one of my favorite things of the fall, and it's It's happened for 10 years or so now. Are they both up there? Well, the so is is when the sand hill cranes fly over and I can hear them and they sound like this count to me. Sounds like turkeys, but they fly high in the air, and I was out for a walk it Ryerson Woods over this weekend. And heard them and was able to see them. I just think it's one of the coolest things. Carl Giammetti is on phone line. He is with the board member of the Chicago Order, Ornithology logical society. There's a story behind that I was too long to tell. And also on a phone line is issue. O'Brien, who set the record for most birds, identified for this year in Cook County for a year, I should say And issue is 17 years old issue. Welcome to W G. N Thank you so much for having me. You bet. Okay, so I didn't know you know what I'm talking about? What? Sandhill cranes. I'm sure right? Yes, I do. And this is the time that they're flying overweight. They fly way up above us. And but you can hear them. They're incredibly loud. Yeah, There are some incredible birds and they will migrate in really huge flocks. They make a lot of noise, too. So I think they definitely stand out to a lot of people whether or not your burger. But anyway yeah. Some of the most incredible migrating birds that passed through this area without a question. Okay, So you have identified well as of the copy I read in the Tribune 282 Birds. Is that where we're standing still? Um, I've actually gained a few more sense than, um I'm hoping that maybe I'll be lucky enough to hit the 2 90 marks, but we'll see one of the most recent ones you've seen. I'm sorry, but I think that I've added a couple. Um, some nice winter finches have been a highlight about it. Evening. Gross speak as well as the white Wing Cross. Still, another one has been spotted Toey and I'm blanking on other 10. The other one. How could I forget? Um, a cast in Sparrow, which is actually Um, one of the very few records of the species in the steak s. Oh, without question one of the most notable birds on my year list for sure. Sandhill cranes sound like for everyone. I'm glad you're okay. And it's just one of those sounds When I hear it. I just look up and I'm always raking leaves or walking somewhere in the fall, So that's pretty cool. Carl Geum Eddie is on the phone line as well from the Ornithological society in his Carl. So my producer Jeff Garlin. All day was mispronouncing and I said, Don't do it again because I want people to do it on the air, and then I screwed it up. But so issues having a quote unquote big year explain what a big year is for me. So essentially what a big year is that Ah Burger will choose a geographic area can be something that small is just your yard or could be something is largest the entire world. But county and state levels are usually probably the most popular ones to do because they're more manageable. And basically from January 1st at you know, at 12:41 A.m. 2 December 31st 11 59 pm You try to see his many different species of bird as you can. The nice thing about this story that I read in the Tribune, um, written by Morgan Green is the cooperation that's involved with other burgers to help someone in their big year. Can you tell me about that? Absolutely. Yeah, it's who did an incredible job, and especially with the added complication of covert closing a lot of like front sights. Hey, really discovered a lot of areas but really tol have a successful big year requires a lot of people sharing information about what birds they're seeing, and that's why I like to kind of say It's obviously issues achievement. He is deserve all the credit. But it also says something about the health of Ah local birding community that they're able to support new, big your records and things like that. So it's really a great thing to see. So is to explain that so you're a home watching TV or having dinner with your family, your phone chirps and all of a sudden, well chirps. How's that for upon you've got to get in the car and chased down the bird. Yeah, that is pretty much how it goes, I think Right now. We're very lucky to live in a time where we have technology at our fingertips. And I think with it a lot of birds as well because people are able to get the word out so quickly. So as soon as I get a call from a friend or a text message from our local Rare bird alert group chat. I will be in the car soon as I possibly can. And how? What's the further you? Did? I read your live in Evanston. Yeah. Okay, So if you're going to Southern Cook County or even Northwestern Cook County that's quite a hook. What's the farthest you've gone to wreck your to identify a bird? I think this year. I mean, I think I've gone is pretty much as far as the boundaries of cook County could take me. Um I'd say probably an hour and hour and 15 minutes is about as far as I've gone you've identified you said about 288 birds so far. You'd like to get to 300 Carl, how many different bird species are in Cook County? Well, you know, it varies based on you know, kind of weather patterns and the type of your it is some years we got more vagrants, Other others we don't but generally believed the cook list is somewhere close to 400. I think a few short of 400 here. So, Yeah, I

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The Case Against Google

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:31 min | 1 year ago

The Case Against Google

"We're going to zoom in now on a detail in the lawsuit the Justice Department filed against Google this week. It alleges that Google paid Apple As much as $12 billion to be the default search engine for iPhones. Prosecutors say this proves that Google abused monopoly power to try to keep rivals down. We should mention Apple and Google are both financial supporters of NPR. NPR's Bobby Allen covers tech and joins us now, Bobby. Thanks so much for being with us, you gotta Scott. And what does the government contend the that this payment is evidence Google abuse power. To the heart of the government's case against Google is that it's grown so large it functions like a monopoly like an oil baron, or like a steel magnet. But instead of being an industrialist's, it has huge power over the Internet, which on its face is not illegal, but When a company gains this much power and throws its weight around to make sure nobody else can compete. That's when there are real legal questions, and the Justice Department says That's how Google behaves. One really vivid example of this, at least allegedly, is this $12 billion payment. Google paid that Apple to make sure Google would be the predetermined search engine on every single Apple device. Practical effect. A cz you notice every time somebody buys an iPhone or an iPad and they search for something on the Internet. It's a Google search. Some people might consider that good. Why is it a problem in short? Because if you're a search competitors say, being or duck duck, go or you pick one. You don't get any attention. I mean, how often Scott, are you googling things on your phone, right? I mean, we say right, exactly. So their dominance is baked into the verb. So and the Justice Department points this out and Inside Google Becoming the default search engine was a huge priority. The Justice Department says. Google insiders called the prospect of not getting the deal code red. Google CEO Sundar Finch. I met one on one with Apple's Tim Cook to hammer out the terms of the deal behind closed doors and, according to the court papers, and unidentified senior employees from Google wrote to an Apple counterpart. Quote Our vision is to work as if we are one company. And so I called up former Justice Department antitrust lawyer John Newman and asked Is this collusion? Don't say it's somewhere in the middle. It's not classic collusion, so it's not like to oil companies conspiring to raise the price of oil, for instance, it looks more like One monopolists, agreeing with another company to split the monopoly rent. So we have Google, Annapolis or technically, competitors working together to make each other stronger. What did the company say about it? Cos say, there's nothing stranger illegal about it that companies make deals all the time to get the best distribution for their products on DH. Apple just decided that Google simply was the best partner to work with. On Google says Look, people like Google, right. Its dominance and strength is the result of just how great it ISS On DH, former Justice Department lawyer Newman says. Yeah, you could be the best. But that is not an argument to not give others a fair shot. If it is true that Google will win out on a competitive playing field, and it may be Even in a competitive market. A lot of people would like to use Google. But even if that's true, that's not a reason to leave the competitive Plainfield uneven.

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Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails with Shannon mustipher

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails with Shannon mustipher

"Shannon. Welcome to milk street. It's really great to be here. Thanks for having me. I love your book Tiki Modern Tropical cocktails. So. What does the Word Tiki me? Where does it come from and what is Tiki cocktail? Sure. So tiki refers from a cultural standpoint to religious practices and iconography from Polynesia, now, where cocktails are concerned Tiki termed applied retroactively. So in the beginning of the age of tropical cocktail, they were called exotic cocktails and we're talking about mid nineteen. Thirties California at don the beachcomber in Bay area then later trader Vic's in subsequent restaurants it was in the mid eighties early nineties when. Polynesian tropical culture enthusiasts mostly in California. Began research those bars and to look into brain those cocktails back that you started to see the word tiki emerged. Let's talk about some of the classics Don Beachcombers, Zombie. What's Zombie As army is a showstopper drink. Okay. So This thing has three different rooms in it. It has Grenadine, which is a pomegranate base, Schuss it Kinda crosses the line in terms sophistication because there's absent attitude shrink, which is a not to New Orleans Ed's more our baseness and you know Elvis's drink beyond the simple run punch that is based on issues like a pumped up. Kinda sexy around punch. and. You know there's some savvy marketing airs not just a cocktail that made it. Popular Abe was the limit two per customer. So people like trying to get it third on trying to order one their friend so I'm you know we're talking about the ingredients of design be, but I think what's the biggest ingredient? There's it's is cultural impact. The my tie. I didn't actually know what was in a my tie until I picked up your book. So what is a my time? Sure so The final change somewhat. But kind of simplify it. Is in most bars, a blend of Jamaican, and Martin Shem rooms or jaw, which is an almond based liqueur slash. Surp- Archer sow in line. Is Simpler to a lot of places make it out to be. What are some of the techniques like washing rumor bourbon? What does that mean? Sure. So washing means is essentially kind of. Another way of saying infusing. Dime Lee Campbell Cameras Bro an idea of taking rendered fat from Bacon. Adding it to whiskey. Giving time to sit at room temperature, and then later froze it so that the solids rose to the top and he skim it off and the result is you get this really Nice creamy texture and depending on what kind of fat we're talking about it can be smokey could be nutty. So as an example, I worked at restaurant called FINCH. Why did the? Same thing would smoked duck breasts fat and rum in the shrink was so crazy I loved to pieces. It was so easy like cheat I done it with coconut oil and rum's Meskel. It does all kinds of wonders no matter what spirit using but it's just a nice way to add a Roma and body and viscosity and just kind of smooth on the out. You must how many okay. In your bar, how many different bottles that you have I stopped counting at one hundred I thought it's kind of comical was look I would look at it daily. I gaze upon it would find this is just a lot going on here but yeah, there's a good amount of figure it's probably two hundred. ME. So here's a question. You know the Martini I think is GonNa get you drunk as fast as possible. That's my take on. The friendship, Para. Tif is to sort of transition you from work to pleasure at the end of the day. What's the role of the TIKI cocktail? In other words? What is it that it's really really about besides the flavors. First, and foremost fun you know and. Mystery adventure discovery I've had some of the best nights of my life in Tiki bars because the mood is a reverent. I. Just love that that freedom the be freed you get. In a tiki cocktail, a tiki environment. So. What about teachings often have strange interesting containers more much more so than regular cocktails What role does the container plan? All of this it's vital because the fee starts with the is so Tiki takes it mike way over the top like I've seen presentations where you know to try is in vessel is set down in a treasure chest or comes in from barrel. You know comes and coconuts and hollowed out pineapples. You know there's flaming garnishes I once judge the competition. Where the team that from a bar called Paradise Lounge in Bushwick? That is sadly no longer with us. They. Brought it full force. It was a fish tank. With live fish. So the fish were isolated from the cocktail I. There is fishing air which is. Crazy.

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Fluttering Feathers Could Spawn New Species

60-Second Science

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Fluttering Feathers Could Spawn New Species

"Charles Darwin is most famous for his finches from WHO speaks he gleaned the idea that a single species might radiate into many but he studied other attributes of birds to like the rhythmic sounds some species made during courtship by fluttering, shaking or rattling their feathers together. Seen Star Wing there has been this fact that birds produce sounds with wings and tails or flight feathers. So there are species of mannequins that that do the sounds and there's hummingbird sent the sound Valentina Gomez Bauman is an evolutionary biologist and ornithologist at the field museum in Chicago she and her team have now observed that non vocal sound production phenomenon in another type of bird, the fork tailed flycatcher the researchers studied two groups of the birds in South America and recorded the birds making these fluttering sounds with their wings during morning courtship rituals. Ending combat between males. One of the two flycatcher subspecies is migratory the other stays put, and by carefully measuring the bird's feathers, the research team found that the migratory birds had longer thinner feathers presumably for some aerodynamic advantage. But that altered feather shape also meant the birds fluttering produced a different frequency, compare the migratory birds flutter. To the stationary birds. So basically, what we think is that because of loss of migration pressures for flight may influence the shape of the individual feathers to the point where the sound quality changes as well. The details are in the Journal, Integrative and comparative biology. Gomez bomb on says they're still not certain what role the sounds play in day to day flycatcher life. If the birds do indeed even pay attention to them, but she suspects the sounds may have some cultural importance to the birds in which case she says, the communication differences between the migratory and non migratory birds could further divide the two types of birds or in other words, give rise to the origin of species.

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"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

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"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Son said, hey, mom try our try our see if it works. and. So the four of them piled into the car backed up three feet and then drove forward three feet. That was the beginning of the story with Nicole. But the Real Wii love the story so much is two years later the call told me she said. Kevin. You know that car that you gave us allowed me to stay in school get the kids to school continue to work. But I would've traded that car in an instant for the chance to have been in relationship with you. That's what changed my life. and that's our whole premise with big table is what changes our lives isn't a rent payment that keeps us from getting it isn't. It isn't a new tooth. Those things are critical and important. But what changes people's wives is relationships it's to maybe use some of what I hear from your podcast. It's love it's reaching out and caring for someone. And being willing to enter a person's life and stay there. and. That's hard. People don't understand how hard that is because when you're entering into somebody's life is broken who suffered trauma who suffered abuse oftentimes, they're abusive and and they're broken and it's messy. Love is so stinking messy. It is and I can't tell you how many of our care coordinators what we call them. with these folks will set up appointments to meet with them to sit in the copy shop and no one shows up. Not because their intentions aren't good, it's just because their lives are in such chaos. So let's reschedule and do it next week. And it's I think in some ways. What love like what relationship looks like is just continuing to show up for people. And so many of the folks in this industry whose lives are so broken. Have never had someone who was willing to keep showing up. and that's what big tables about is. Continuing to show up for them and ask good questions as challenging questions. But communicate that the reason we're asking those is because we love him that's.

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"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"How doers get more done welcome Kevin Finch. Thank you for spending some time with us today to talk to us about the work of the Big Table mostly the work of your heart that is translated into the Big Table. That's I guess that's true. Yeah. Great ideas are born every minute but rarely do they actually come to fruition this one did this is the first time. My listeners have probably heard about big table was the first time I heard about it my sister Deanna. Of The podcast brought me. The story and I said, Whoa, this is amazing and I used to own a restaurant. So I know firsthand how challenging it can be what exactly is Big Table, and how is it being a blessing to others well Cable cares for those that work in crisis for a nonprofit cares for those. In crisis who work in restaurants and hotels, which is pretty much everybody who works in restaurant in hotels right now. Absolutely overnight. In March, the whole industry shattered top to bottom. So tell me how how it started, how was birthed, what your vision was and how you decided. Hey, you know what? I want to be a blessing to those who are constantly blessing others how did that happen? Well? I in early two thousands I moved why a restaurant critic in eastern Washington. My Day job during that time was I was pastor in a church. I'd been pastor for about fifteen years. but no one who knew me as restaurant critic or a food writer news that I was a pastor. I was just the guy who was writing restaurant reviews. As I was doing that my spidey sense and it took a couple years but my spidey sense started to go off thinking that Gosh. It seems like there's a higher percentage of folks in crisis behind the smiles of folks who were in the hospitality industry and that wasn't just an overnight kind of light bulb. It was a slow process of just going seems like there's a lot of folks hurting. Give, US some facts because I know some of the statistics about the food industry. Yeah, highest grades drug and alcohol abuse of any industry in the nation and first off at least pre Kobe it. It's by many counts. It would be the largest industry in the nation when you put restaurants and hotel workers together. So it's a huge group.

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"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"finch" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Great ideas are born every minutes but really do they actually come to fruition? But this one did welcome back to love someone with Delilah I have such a fun. Story that I want you to feast on Today Pastor Kevin Finch a one time food editor and food critic for a spokane Washington magazine was a trained observer. Over the years of doing his work, the focus of his attention became not only about the food that was set before him but also on those setting the food before him. The chefs, the kitchen and waitstaff the hostess and the bartenders he wanted to know their stories and we want to know his it started with an idea. Kevin, finch wanted to invite all of those folks who are normally busy working sweating. Frustrated. Exhausted serving others, he wanted them to sit down at a big table and enjoy a meal made by some of the world's very best chefs serve to them by those they normally cater to. First things. First, he had to get a custom table accustomed table that seats forty eight was made. Kevin is here with us today to tell us the whole story why he serves who he serves and how.

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How Raccoon Outwitted Fox

Iroquois History and Legends

04:27 min | 1 year ago

How Raccoon Outwitted Fox

"How raccoon outwitted fax. raccoons set up in a tree near the lake where bear had lost his tail. Raccoon had seen Fox play his sneaky trick unbear- and he did not like it. It's very well known that Fox. And Raccoon played many tricks on each other. Foxes getting a big head, said raccoon. This must not be. His head must be made. Smaller some of that craftiness must be taken out of him. He's getting to. To Foxy! He thinks he has the cunning of all the animals and that no one can outwit him. I think it's time that someone plays a trick on him. Not many days later raccoon saw Fox coming down the trail. Raccoon was eating some juicy yellow apples that he found on a Trina far away. As soon as he saw Fox, he ran a tree and he began to smack his lips. Just at Fox had done before to bear with fish. delicious apples. What tastes so good? Asked Fox. Raccoon responded by throwing a fresh juicy apple right down to Fox. Fox looked at the apple and took a bite out of it. Delicious, sweet juicy, said Fox when he finished the last mouthful. Where did you get it? Raccoon told Fox how to find the apple tree. He must follow the trail along the river down the pine bluff that he must climb the bluff and run towards the setting sun until he came to an open field. In the center of that field stood a great apple tree. And it was filled with juic- yellow apples, but raccoon. You can climb the tree and pick your own apples. How can I get them off? The branches complained Fox. Oh, that's easy. Said Raccoon. Just back off to bow shots from the tree. And then lower your head like this. Run hard and but the tree with your head. You have such a big head. It will shake the tree so hard that all of the apples will follow at once. Do as I. Tell You and you will have all the apples you want. For a long time. Fox thanked raccoon and started at once he followed the directions exactly, and then he saw way ahead the apple tree. He was just getting ready to run when he got interrupted. Gang as It was the gold finches that he had helped before. Apparently, they still like to thank him all the time. The gold finches called all their other bird friends over, and told them to watch Fox as he was getting ready to take down the giant apple tree. Thank you little gold finches, but I don't have time for your now. I'm going to shake this. Apple Tree. Already in his mind, he began to see the apples falling like pine needles and feel the earth shake under his feet. Fox did just as raccoon told him one aero flight. He backed off, and then another, and then he closed his eyes, lowered his head, and ran swiftly over the thick grass, faster and faster, his four paws came as he kicked up dust and gravel and small stones. The tree grew larger and larger as he came up to it. He struck the tree as hard as he ever could with his great big huge head. And then. Thought. No apple spell. But a dizzy and dazed, foolish looking Fox collapsed to the ground. Different birds started laughing. Ha Said Sparrow. Said, Blue Jay Said

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How Raccoon Outwitted Fox

Iroquois History and Legends

04:35 min | 1 year ago

How Raccoon Outwitted Fox

"How raccoon outwitted fax. raccoons set up in a tree near the lake where bear had lost his tail. Raccoon had seen Fox play his sneaky trick unbear- and he did not like it. It's very well known that Fox. And Raccoon played many tricks on each other. Foxes getting a big head, said raccoon. This must not be. His head must be made. Smaller some of that craftiness must be taken out of him. He's getting to. To Foxy! He thinks he has the cunning of all the animals and that no one can outwit him. I think it's time that someone plays a trick on him. Not many days later raccoon saw Fox coming down the trail. Raccoon was eating some juicy yellow apples that he found on a Trina far away. As soon as he saw Fox, he ran a tree and he began to smack his lips. Just at Fox had done before to bear with fish. delicious apples. What tastes so good? Asked Fox. Raccoon responded by throwing a fresh juicy apple right down to Fox. Fox looked at the apple and took a bite out of it. Delicious, sweet juicy, said Fox when he finished the last mouthful. Where did you get it? Raccoon told Fox how to find the apple tree. He must follow the trail along the river down the pine bluff that he must climb the bluff and run towards the setting sun until he came to an open field. In the center of that field stood a great apple tree. And it was filled with juic- yellow apples, but raccoon. You can climb the tree and pick your own apples. How can I get them off? The branches complained Fox. Oh, that's easy. Said Raccoon. Just back off to bow shots from the tree. And then lower your head like this. Run hard and but the tree with your head. You have such a big head. It will shake the tree so hard that all of the apples will follow at once. Do as I. Tell You and you will have all the apples you want. For a long time. Fox thanked raccoon and started at once he followed the directions exactly, and then he saw way ahead the apple tree. He was just getting ready to run when he got interrupted. Gang as It was the gold finches that he had helped before. Apparently, they still like to thank him all the time. The gold finches called all their other bird friends over, and told them to watch Fox as he was getting ready to take down the giant apple tree. Thank you little gold finches, but I don't have time for your now. I'm going to shake this. Apple Tree. Already in his mind, he began to see the apples falling like pine needles and feel the earth shake under his feet. Fox did just as raccoon told him one aero flight. He backed off, and then another, and then he closed his eyes, lowered his head, and ran swiftly over the thick grass, faster and faster, his four paws came as he kicked up dust and gravel and small stones. The tree grew larger and larger as he came up to it. He struck the tree as hard as he ever could with his great big huge head. And then. Thought. No apple spell. But a dizzy and dazed, foolish looking Fox collapsed to the ground. Different birds started laughing. Ha Said Sparrow. Said, Blue Jay Said Cardinal. Tax said the ducks. Said Eagle. He lay there until the next morning. And as the Sun rose ashamed, faced Fox was seen running towards the woods beyond the pine bluff. He carried his head low. He seemed to be playing. No more foxy tricks. And also his head seemed much. Much smaller.

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How to Meditate with Your Higher Brain

Hay House Meditations

05:38 min | 1 year ago

How to Meditate with Your Higher Brain

"Do. You ever wonder why when you sit down to meditate. It just doesn't seem to happen. Waves of worrying thoughts moved through our head, our anxiety and stress just doesn't seem to settle down after five minutes ten minutes or even minutes. Even, though we're sitting very still, and were watching our breath or trying to let thoughts go. Our mind just doesn't seem to let us meditate. There seems to be a battle in our head. We want to meditate, but we can't call the mind. Why is this? While I've heard many teachings from very learned meditation Masters throughout the years. What are the most cogent explanations came recently when I sat down with Dr. Albert Oviedo, the medical anthropologist and author of bestselling books including Shaman Healer Sage. We record the podcast at his mountain retreat center in Chile. On the PODCAST, Dr Viola explains how our brain health is crucial to our meditation, practice and spiritual development. You have a broken brain. You can't meditate, he explains. If your brain is producing stress molecules such as cortisol and adrenaline. It is going to be impossible to meditate. We have to have the physical substrate. We can't just will ourselves to meditate. So? How do we create this physical substrate to meditate? It has to do with what we eat. That's right what we eat. And importantly what we don't put in our stomachs impacts directly our ability to calm the mind to look inward, and to gain all the benefits. We know there is to receive from meditation. On the PODCAST. Dr Field explains what parts of the brains are active when we're stressed when our flight or fight modes are active, which are found in the Reptilian and Mammalian parts of the brain. But in order to meditate, he explains. We need to take up residence in the higher brain, the NEO CORTEX and prefrontal lobes where the bliss molecules are produced where we experienced the divine and transcendence. It is very clear on the podcast that what we eat directly impacts where our brain is firing. Hint here. It has something to do with Akito Diet. Dr Field or reveals to us the optimal nutrition for meditators and what we might want to avoid if we want to take our meditation practice to the next level. I hope you enjoy this fascinating interview and be on the lookout for the next episode where Albert Dough and Linda finch guide us in a morning breathing meditation to strengthen our luminous energy field, but for now sit back and enjoy my conversation with Dr Albert Veto. So welcome Alberto to the hey house meditation podcast. Thank you Matteo good to be with you I'm. Very interested to talk to you about our meditation practice and how our brain health. Relates to that meditation practice. A lot of us have a lot of challenges with. Meditation and I was fascinating in reading your work and listen to your lectures recently about how our brain health can support that meditation practice. So can you talk a little bit about that? Absolutely you if you have a broken brain? You cannot meditate. If your brain is producing only distress molecules which are Adrenalin Cortisol it's impossible to meditate. You can get angry or you're GONNA WANNA. Check your emails. So in order to be able to meditate, we need to access the higher brain, which is the brain that produces the bliss molecules because you need. The chemical substrate is not just a mental thing, not just a mind. We can't just will ourself into meditation. Will it many of us try just? To. Push through. That's kind of we call that. Be masochistic. Him So you mentioned the higher brain. What is that? Could you explain to our listeners exactly what that means? He's sort of four parts of the brain. We have four distinctly different brands Heinemann anatomically different brains that evolved during different periods in history. I rip dillion brain, which is in charge housekeeping, and we share that with all the reptiles snakes, the alligators, not particularly lovable, but that this brain no love. Knows body temperature, heart, rate, housekeeping autonomic functions. All the audit keeps his breathing for example. When we think about it, you know for example, dolphins don't have breathing programmed into their pillion brand, so they're part of an experiment where you had to breathe consciously. That's why only half their brains sleeps in any one time. But in top of the Brazilian brainers, the Mammalian brand that we share with all the mammals. And this is the brain of the emotions. And this is a brain that fuels itself with sugar. Run some sugar. So as long as you eating a lot of sugar, you're. You're going to be stuck in this brain fear. Of Feeding of not having enough of scarcity of fighting of needing to make yourself or someone else wrong and a predatory sexuality. So. Strong desire is is is in this mammalian brain. This is the brain that really long for intimacy, but cannot get. This matter how close you get, you cannot open yourself up to another person because you're going to be terrified of what they might

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Stephen Fry on Reimagining the Greek Myths

The Book Review

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Stephen Fry on Reimagining the Greek Myths

"You've written memoirs. You've written novels. What made you sit down and think what I really need to do is is rewrite Turi version of the Greek myths. It was amendment two to. Having dinner with some friends and I can't remember how this subject came up, but Someone was talking about you know. It wasn't an over pretentious dinner party discussion, but it was about the way. Different Cultures explained how the world came to be. We were saying is is Genesis a terrible myth? Is it all about guilt and shame and other better ones, and so started to talk about you know the Greek origin myths, and then went back to to the you know out of chaos, and or an Austin guy on I'm started staring at me and said go on. I said well. You know and then I. Get the next generation was talking. Know about Kronos and and then the birth of Zeus. New Game Wow. How'd you oldest I supervised? Creek myths and a lot of them were very far more diligent to nine and probably better read, but they just they knew the names. Everyone knows the names use in Paulo, and and and so on, but they hadn't joined the dots. And, it's a miraculous thing about Greek mythology that there is a timeline in chronology knits probably be reverse engineered by. He's been homer and later poets obviously, but nonetheless it has a shape a beginning in the end, which other mythic structures don't seem to have and the so deepen. To use such a Cliche, but I can't avoid in the DNA of our own culture and art that it's kind of part of who we are so. They encouraged me really and a lot of people said you got. You could retell those stories, and at first I thought I'd do a stage show, and then I started writing it and realize what pleasure it was to to research. Go back to some of the sources the time remember burn and find out and fill in the gaps in my knowledge that I started writing. Did that Mobile Library play a part in your early reading of the Greek myth says well, yes, it did and firmly enough it was American, mythologised, who were the biggest infants so me when I was young apart from Robert Graves who was hugely influential. Who wrote a magnificent two volume edition of agreements, but when I was younger and too young, for Robert Graves, it was Hamilton and Bernadette, Flynn and bull finch copy of Dolphins, which is American I think. Isn't it the both with? And Anthony Hoffman whom I remember well reading those when I was very young, had big illustrated version of Nathaniel. Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales and these were all wonderful retailing children, and there was a pretty sure Roger Lance Lynn Green. Bread was a boy and at school, because I loved classics at school from a very early age, we were taught latching from age of seven of. School and and I did. It only because I think it did so badly it everything else. That I was put onto ancient Greek quite young, too. I was eight or nine when I started engine. Great which I love. And so the stories, of course, the things you use for translations and So I grew up with a with a lot of them.

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Legends 11 Why Goldfinches Look Like the Sun

Iroquois History and Legends

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Legends 11 Why Goldfinches Look Like the Sun

"Why gold finches look like the Sun. This is a traditional Hodeidah. Schone story as told by Mabel powers in her nineteen seventeen book stories that Iroquois tell their children today with special guest performances by Ezra and Ethan Carter Ages seven and five respectively. It was so moons after raccoon outwitted Fox before they again met. Raccoon was scurrying by when Fox saw him now Fox had not forgotten the trick that raccoon had played on him when he burned his mouth with what he thought was magic. Papa's but in reality. It went by another name Jack in the pulpit or to others a fireball. So Fox began to chase after raccoon. He was gaining and would have caught him had they not come to a tall pine tree. Raccoon quickly ran up the trunk and reached the tippy top of it. Try Get me up here. Flax said raccoon there. He would be safe for. The Fox could not climb the Fox lay down on the soft pine needles and waited for raccoon. Come down the Fox lay down on the soft pine needles just sitting there waiting for raccoon to eventually come down but raccoons stayed up in the pine tree. So Long Fox grew tired and sleepy. He began to close his eyes and thought he would just take short nap. Raccoon watched until he saw the Fox was sound asleep. Raccoon had been sitting on the tree along while and when he tried to move he noticed that his paws were very sticky and then he smiled and said to himself. I know how to deal with box. Then he took in his mouth some of the south from the Pine Tree. He ran down the trunk and quietly rubbed the pitch over the eyes of Sleeping Fox shortly thereafter Fox awoke with a Jerk. He Sprang up and tried to seize raccoon but alas he could no longer see what he was doing. The lids of his eyes were held fast with the Pine Tar. He could not open them. The raccoon laughed at Fox's plight and then ran away and left him shouting back over his shoulder. Trial me now. Fox Fox lay for some time under the tree. The Pine Gum as it dried held the lids of his is closer and closer shut. He thought he would never again see the sun. Some of the birds were singing nearby and he called to them and told them of his plight. He asked if they would be so kind as to pick open his eyes. The birds disgusted among themselves and then flew off and told other birds pass soon. Many of the little dark songs tres flew back to where Fox was laying down and then Peck Peck went the little bills on the islands of the Fox bit by bit they carefully picked away the Pine Tar. If one grew tired another bird would come in and take its place as they stood on his snout at last Fox saw a small streak of light shortly thereafter. One of the islands was able to fly open and then shortly thereafter. Another the sun was shining and the world looked so very to Fox as he opened both of his eyes he was very grateful to the little birds for bringing him light and he told them that he would give them anything they asked for. The little birds talked among themselves and then looked back and said to Fox. We don't like doc fabrics we to look like the Fox looked around him and saw some beautiful sunflowers growing nearby. He took the pedals and pressed them. Grinding them into paint and then with the tip of his tail is a brush. He began to paint the little dark birds like the son. He thought that he would start by painting. The body's first but the birds were so overcome with happiness before he could move onto the wings and tails on the top of their heads and dozens of little birds darted away like streaks of sunshine shouting as they went.

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Schizophrenia in Men

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

09:27 min | 1 year ago

Schizophrenia in Men

"I'm Rachel Star here with my co host Gape Howard last episode. We discussed how schizophrenia affects women and this episode. We are focusing on the gentleman exciting. We have Jason Jepson. Who's GONNA join us? He is a mental health advocate. Also a veteran. Who HAS SCHIZOPHRENIA? And Dr Finch will return to help us understand the medical side of things that are going on Rachel. I'm looking forward to a great show. I'm excited to gave last month. Rachel we learned how schizophrenia impacts women. You know things. Like motherhood and pregnancy and menopause and aging and. I don't think there's a lot of people were surprised that any illness would impact a female differently than it would a male but we sort of want to open that up because there were some big differences in how schizophrenia presents in males over females and I think that was surprising for us during the research because we just assumed that an illness hits women differently because I think society is conditioned to believe that women go through everything differently. The fact that we hear mentioned over and over is that men tend to get diagnosed far earlier in life than women. Do with schizophrenia. However as we talked about last episode that's not always true especially in families who have a history of mental illness and even amongst like different ethnic groups but due to being diagnosed younger age men often have not attained the same degree of social development as women. Do at the onset of schizophrenia and that can contribute to poor social outcomes during our research. We learned that the reason that menor often diagnosed earlier because men are showing more emotions or boehner abilities and when seen in women as we learned last month. They're just like oh well she's a woman so of course she's being emotional. Where when the exact same symptoms seen in men that like oh? This is a problem but as you pointed out getting diagnosed earlier isn't necessarily the advantage that we think it is in males because stereotypically they're looking at you for all kinds of issues as we're GONNA learn from our guest. One of those issues is violence or rage or anger. My question to you Rachel is. Do you think that men have an easier time with schizophrenia? Or is it just a different time? I would definitely say a different time being diagnosed earlier that in itself and we talked about mini episodes ago where it comes to diagnosing children where that has a huge impact on you. You know if you know earlier that you have a major mental disorder that can change just how other people view you yourself. How your parents view your future? I know that's definitely come up just in my own life. But I can't imagine. Had I gotten the diagnosis in high school. My parents probably immediately would have started wearing like while she can't go to college. Just assuming things so just like being diagnosed sooner. I think is really scary. And then the flip side not being diagnosed until your mid twenties like many women. Are you probably been dealing with this for a while? Had not been able to get help so it's definitely a different situation. I don't think either side is going to be easier anytime. You're dealing with schizophrenia. It's going to be intense across the board. Rachel do a refresh real quick and talk about symptoms that tend to impact men more than women. Men tend to have more serious cognitive deficits more the flat effect we have a monotone voice very dull expression. You don't really react the way that people would normally react in situations blunted emotional responses where it's just kind of. I don't WanNA say chill but you're just kind of you know straight across the board when things happen. Speech reduction and men tend to be less active than women. And of course just because you're male or female doesn't mean that you fit in a nice tidy box right it just just because you're male doesn't mean that you will have all of these and just because you're male doesn't mean that your family will not notice or will notice. We're speaking in generalities when we talk about stereotypically. This is how schizophrenia presents in men. Yes absolutely and Rachel. Of course we love you very much. But you're a woman living with schizophrenia. So you thought it would be appropriate to bring on a male who is living schizophrenia. And that's why we have a great guest who you spent some time with Jason. Jepson as you said. He's a veteran. He's awesome. He's living with schizophrenia. And you did a great interview. You're ready to roll it absolutely here. We go today's guest. Is Jason Jepson? Who also has schizophrenia? Thank you so much for being with us today. Jason Thank you for having me so right away. I what you to tell our listeners about yourself okay. Sure I'm a writer. I started journaling when I was in the seventh grade. I have two books out. I'm also a veteran. I'm a part of the Vet Council at McGuire. Veterans Hospital remained. Sure that veterans don't fall through the cracks and we dragged him to mineral services. It's awesome well. Thank you so much. Thank you very much for serving for US. Thank you so much. So what age were you diagnosed with schizophrenia? I was the diagnosis of schizophrenia. When I was twenty three I was diagnosed in the army. The thing is. I don't know how your schizophrenia is. But my I knew the voices the voices in my head board the other soldiers that fought in California where I was stationed in also friends from Richmond. Virginia because I saw my heaven hear their voices. It took me a little while to Except my illness. Did you have signs that you noticed earlier? Age Not really in high school. I'd mild depression. I saw a counselor for short time but I still was social. Had Friends and I've played Lacrosse in high school. Now do you have visual hallucinations. Also are yours mainly audio then in my twenties it was mainly voices that I couldn't figure out. Where were they will coming from? Stow our episode. Today is focusing on. How men experienced schizophrenia. Different than women? Do you have any thoughts on that? Do you feel. There's much of a difference Well I think everybody's experience for Schizophrenia. Is Different in general. I think we hear voices delusions but the specifics of a different. If that makes any sense okay. It's just important to find the right treatment plant for men and women you know. Find the right medication. Maybe have therapy. How does someone to trust like your parents or your friends and all that takes trial and error for both men and women. I want to ask you this because I think it has like two sides that you see. A lot of men with schizophrenia ended up homeless and I know with you also working with veterans. You hear that a lot too when you have a lot of people coming back with post traumatic stress disorder. What are your thoughts on that? Yes what kills me makes me when attack. This mental health thing for veterans is out veterans actually committed suicide in the parking lot of the. Va Can you believe that? I mean there's gotta be an answer to that. I mean. It took me a while. Ask for help myself. How do we get there? How do we combat that? You know it's just I hope. Veterans Council can reach out to them. we were still a new organization. But that's just need to ask for help and it can be take awhile but be patient. I would say men are typically known for not wanting to ask for help and I can imagine it's been doing you're talking about like soldiers you know the idea of masculinity it being even harder for guys like that exactly what you know one thing. That's helping. There's more athletes coming forward to Lesson to stigma for men. I'm sure you for that. Dwayne Rock Johnson has come out saying he gets depressed. I mean that guy's a famous actor and that's going to do great things for men in my opinion is huge. You think masculinity he's just giant muscle. What has been your biggest struggle as a man with schizophrenia? Well it's the Saudi expectations. The stereotypes gave does this wonderful on the social network but but know why kids job. I used to avoid social situations because the question. What do you do? What do you do for a living? Because I didn't have an answer then. I realized I would make a house advocate and I'm proud to be a mental health advocate when you say you're a minute health advocate that opens the door for education. What is it one in? Four people have some kind of mental illness. You know so if you open up. A mental health advocate well. My my sister has bipolar. My uncle is a schizophrenic. You know it opens it up and talking about it. Like we're doing now is the most important things to bus stigma. What advice do you have for men? That are listening. Right now with schizophrenia. Except your diagnosis is probably one of the most important things I can say when he accepted you. Get on the right medication. Be Patient with medication and It's okay to ask for help you know ask for help. It's it's okay to ask for

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"finch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"finch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Afternoons Peter finch news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. while there will be a shower in spots early on this Wednesday morning much of the time rain free fall will be dissipating lows between thirty nine and forty three partly sunny later today high fifty five to fifty nine tonight there'll be a shower late one or two will linger tomorrow morning otherwise partly sunny tomorrow hi fifty three to fifty seven all Mackey with a meteorologist Kerr but in ski news ninety three point one K. I speak a campground to the return of our I heart radio music awards he saw the starburst and songs you listen to all year one nine one state our twenty twenty I heart radio music awards to fox live on Sunday March twenty ninth listen live on your favorite radio station here we unveil the nominees this morning at seven our twenty twenty I heart radio music awards so I have kind of truck when I hear these different banks mortgage companies advertising some give me to get you to call their call center where an early twenty something will answer try to advise you on how to handle one of the most important transactions you could ever make I'm Tom Sullivan I've been working with see your review financial exclusively for the last six years there honestly don't they know mortgage financing backward and forward don't be fooled by teaser rate see a review will match any program offered by the big call centers but provide you with personal professional expertise and veterans you can buy with zero down payment and one hundred percent financing literally zero out of pocket no call center just reliable trustworthy advice from an experienced local expert call Sierra view financial today nine one six nine eight nine sixty to twenty two or get the process started in seconds at Sierra view financial dot com as a real estate broker license numbers are one two seven five four four nine analyst over two eight zero four zero four equal housing lender guy if you have a CD you're not alone half of men have issues in the bedroom the good news is that the doctor said Hey RC men's health can help using a revolutionary treatment called acoustic wave therapy a safe twenty minute medical treatment that breaks up blockages and repairs blood vessels no pills no pumps and no shots call nine one six three five two eight zero eight zero or visit a R. C. men's health dot com and get your sex life back today that's nine one six three five two eight zero eight zero HSA cards accepted offices in Sacramento the bay area and San Diego news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. land of America and the gateway to the west good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world on George nori walking to coach to coach stadium later on tonight we're going out of the space with Robert Zimmerman here's what's happening tragic story around a Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred not the Max but in eight hundred passenger plane operated by Ukrainian airline crash minutes after take off from a ranch International Airport killing all on board there were conflicting reports about the number of people on board Ukraine's foreign ministry says that there were more than a hundred and sixty people on board Iran talks about a hundred and eighty very tragic the seven thirty seven eight hundred is a type of Boeing seven thirty seven plane that came before the seven thirty seven Max Tom and I fly a seven thirty seven eight hundred quite often it's a beautiful plain they are saying mechanical problems could have taken down that plane say prayer for all those people around is fired as many as fifteen ballistic missiles and to a rack targeting.

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"finch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"finch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But then Sony told me something really surprising that that was a very unexpected discovery. Takes a couple steps to get there. But just to set it up back in two thousand she was on flurry on an island for the first time. I started studying Darwin's finches in particular three tree Finch species, the small the medium and large and we went out, and we set up our miss nicks, and we caught the birds, and we measured them. And the thing to know is that even though these are three different species. They're actually really hard to tell apart visually. So she would end up relying on their songs are meeting calls. Do you? Remember the song types? Could you whistle them for me? Oh, yes. It's a very simple song the small tree Finch goes something like to to to to to to. That's a small tree Finch at the the medium tree Finch is just a bit slower for the medium is a. For the large. T t. Wow, it's like a soprano saxophone Alto. And. Something like that. That's right. So we just sat in the forest, and we're and we would always quiz each other. What's that? What's that? And we all agreed because the calls are really distinct easier to tell apart. But the interesting thing was from year to year. It got more difficult Sony says each time she go into the field. The songs sounded like they were starting to blur together. Then when I showed up after a few years, again, I I was truly even more perplexed. Should I tell these finches apart? It was very confusing in my losing, my touch that shouldn't really happen. You should actually get better with experience. Yeah worse. And that's where I thought, oh, something's changed in the system..

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"finch" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"finch" Discussed on Ologies

"You're having a shorter life expectancy as the fit Dr tuck Finch explained this. I wondered if he ever had a turning point in his life and started to pay more attention to his health, such as I was doing sitting in his office at that moment has your work changed the way that you live. I would say, no, I've always been athletic and physically active, and I never smoked and I don't eat or drink sugar or fat foods that that's always been my preferred avoidance, so nothing. Interesting to say, what do you play basketball? Do you ski? What's your what's your seek? I used to be a competitive swimmer swam in college, I got a modest amounts of exercise not too much to wear my joints out. So I I do some hiking. I do some swimming. I do some weightlifting. I mean, nothing. Exotic or overly strenuous, not neat. Zoom bar tai-bo. No, no kickboxing. Don't. Okay, good. That means like Don have to start that just it's very dull nothing nothing on. Nothing unusual, and you mentioned something about sugar, and I know that inflammatory foods, and inflammation is part of your your research out is inflammation affect the human body in terms of aging. We'll all the diseases of aging that we worry about blood vessel disease obesity. Hell timers disease cancer involve the molecules of inflammatory.

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"finch" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"finch" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

"I east that you'll very first episode six hours so allah first episode did game of the year so it was a lotta people who nobody had their opinion on game of the debating the ten best games of last year if you will interested in listening to six hours of people you know debating about video games where i basically full my one man army to remove cold i can't even remember now it was such a by game the everybody else loved some reason it was it was one hundred gang it was a walking semi lights had it has a really long name the something edith finch heat is finn goodly oh what remains of edith finch one from the michael cast is just message make the name of the game so yeah what relates to said ghetto movies what he's one mine campaign to get out of top ten because i i bowl by on the recommendations of the rest of the crew that i was like look if you guys like it gives shaw apply before christmas so that we could talk about that game of the year unlike an have an opinion on it because it was one of the gangs we will gonna be in contention the i have no opinion on came out with an extremely negative finian will i would say is definitely the worst game last year i'm one of the my least favorite games i've ever finished stocks finish.

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"finch" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"finch" Discussed on DLC

"Commend because not a huge time commitment and then for some people really resonate with in for other people you know have played it and moved on why i would even go further and not to invalidate any of that because i think it's all a beautifully said by both of you about these games that landed on you in very personal ways might experience with edith finch in particular doesn't come from any kind of personal connection in so far as i don't i don't have those kinds of experiences in my past pastor in my family but just in the sort of meditation on death which i think is a very universal idea is this game kind of directly confronts death and that is something that i think about a lot just as a human living on earth and i think that is one of the things i found so beautifully touching and moving about it is staring at that directly and asking if it's always a bad thing if it's if there's some beauty in it perhaps if there is you know what that means to be human being and i think that's what great art does i'm sick like you said that i i'm not trying to do too much self plucking here i just want to let you know that went pops up on not stealing it the third episode of hopley jump is about generations about new life about parents but the episode after that is about death and it's going to lean very heavily on edith finch and the same things you just said so.

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"finch" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"finch" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Andrew finch is the person who passed away in this whole things we can talk about him because he had absolutely nothing to do with this and it's very sad that he was involved in this at all anyways someone was harassing it to a stream or to some degree same they were going to swat them as a prank and all that kind of stuff um so as far as i know there was kind of a like bring it on bro that was proposed and super done by the way yup and a fake address was given but this wasn't a actually fake address it was low monthly bake street yeah it was someone's actual home and that home was swatted uh the swat team apparently um oh here we go yeah it in this case one game are essentially dared the other two swat him but provided an address that wasn't his own but was nearby so that is apparently what happened uh police believe they were responding to report of a murder and hostage situation at finches home when andrew finch came to the door he was shot and killed um lee situations are always heart because if if he say had his hands in a sweater or something like that yet could look like he's trying to conceal a gun i don't know what's going on um i'm not blaming anyone except for the people that were involved and i don't want to name them um the the the two main people that were involved is what i'm saying i don't want to name them very very disappointing situation swatting in its own is is terrible um and causing it to happen to someone that that.

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"finch" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"finch" Discussed on Revisionist History

"But tom robinson's lawyer atticus finch is white which of course changes everything finch addresses an allmale all white jury men just like him so what does he do he puts robinson understand and hasn't talk about all the ways in which may u you'll tried to trap him tom were you're greater merlo violent you will at pires her place growing toward from everyday robinson says he just happened to be walking by mail as house she asks him to come in and help or dismantle a piece of furniture then she hugs him around the waist scurvy rifts hope i am i hopped out term material i was only under atticus finches careful direction robinson then says one more thing and by the way if you watched the famous gregory peck movie version of to kill amok angered the one un hearing you won't find these lines here's house originally written she reached up and kiss me on the side of the face she says she never kissed a grown man before and she might as well kissing nigger she says what her pompidou to her don't count she says kislyak nigger i say miss may allah lemme outta here and i tried to run but she got her back to the door and i had to pusher i don't wanna harm or mr finch and i say lemme pass but just when i say it mr you'll yonder hollered through a window what did he say tom robinson shut his eyes tight he says you goddamn hoare of qilya.

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"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"finch" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Yeah so i exist on all social media outlets facebook twitter instagram under the same handle in its jamie lee french on facebook i have just a private regular personal bitch and then i also have a page from rewriting i'm that you can find just by searching jimmy finch as well that one's a you know a page that you like and not like a personal friend but you're all going to do both at fine um but that pages where i post by poetry um it goes directly to the beach or if you follow me on instagram it's at jamie lee finch and not is a um it's less of a personal instagram and more at the it's where in all my poetry goes to um and then i mean if you really want and unfiltered version of my brain follow me on twitter with uh but yes but that i um since you know the last putt guests that i recorded and had a number of people reach out for consultations um and you can reach out to me on any of those mediums whether you want to send me a facebook message or twitter direct message or on instagram and on instagram there is a a link on that profiling and click to email me um as well if that's easier for people and um yeah i do i this is where could i do um and i also at the beginning of you know entering into that work with people i always do free consultations and would love to talk to anyone who has to any of what i've said his resonated with their their curious the n one in a more be went to explore some areas of what has happened to them or what is happening to them or quite literally if he just.

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"finch" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"finch" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

"It's interesting to take people out of somewhere they feel comfortable and to destabilise them a little bit where everything is unfamiliar and where the habits and defenses that we carry around with us every day ten to dissolve a little bit on holiday well it's certainly a novel of destabilization let's get the first question from our readers here bro customers in terms of being confined the characters are all combined together but you also have the uninvited guest which is the theme that we see often in literature what was it that jury you to that theme what i wanted to do was to subvert cliche because we all know that story the stranger arrives wreaks havoc everything changes but it seemed useful to me when i was writing because i needed something that actually reaches what familiar with because i was going to take them to somewhere quite dark and so the stranger arriving kitty finch she's a young fragile woman fiercely clever she swims naked at is found in the water and is found in the water at the beginning of the book no one knows at the start whether she is alive or dead but kitty finch is alive very much so and in a way that's the question that looks right through the book just as a pool does till the very last pages yes she get the heart was whereas katie finch from yes i wondered about the motivations visible in inviting kitty finshed to stay in found it somewhat surprising that you've got the wife of a very obviously philandering husband who invites a very attractive young girl who's found swimming in the pool to stay with them on holiday i wondered if you saw hers been the catalyst that isabelle could enter marriage with a just bruton hat orangee steps are of the pool negative goes yes yes and it's isabelle the wife who is also a war correspondent said she is a woman of action she's gone to quite dangerous laws earns and dishes on holiday why does isabelle invite kitchen stay that's the question all the characters asked through the book sir i'm not going to tell you why.

katie finch isabelle kitty finch
"finch" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"finch" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

"It's interesting to take people out of somewhere they feel comfortable and to destabilise them a little bit where everything is unfamiliar and where the habits and defenses that we carry around with us every day ten to dissolve a little bit on holiday well it's certainly a novel of destabilization let's get the first question from our readers here bro customers in terms of being confined the characters are all combined together but you also have the uninvited guest which is the theme that we see often in literature what was it that jury you to that theme what i wanted to do was to subvert cliche because we all know that story the stranger arrives wreaks havoc everything changes but it seemed useful to me when i was writing because i needed something that actually reaches what familiar with because i was going to take them to somewhere quite dark and so the stranger arriving kitty finch she's a young fragile woman fiercely clever she swims naked at is found in the water and is found in the water at the beginning of the book no one knows at the start whether she is alive or dead but kitty finch is alive very much so and in a way that's the question that looks right through the book just as a pool does till the very last pages yes she get the heart was whereas katie finch from yes i wondered about the motivations visible in inviting kitty finshed to stay in found it somewhat surprising that you've got the wife of a very obviously philandering husband who invites a very attractive young girl who's found swimming in the pool to stay with them on holiday i wondered if you saw hers been the catalyst that isabelle could enter marriage with a just bruton hat orangee steps are of the pool negative goes yes yes and it's isabelle the wife who is also a war correspondent said she is a woman of action she's gone to quite dangerous laws earns and dishes on holiday why does isabelle invite kitchen stay that's the question all the characters asked through the book sir i'm not going to tell you why.

katie finch isabelle kitty finch