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Compher's Hat Trick Lifts Avs Over Kings 6-0
"The avalanche rolled to a six nothing romp over the kings is JT Compher recorded his first career hat trick Philipp Grubauer made eighteen saves for his seventh shutout of the season and eighteenth of his career Gabrielle Landeskog reached the twenty goal mark for the eighth time in his career and make a Rantanen collected three assists the apps currently are two points behind the golden knights for the west division title however the avalanche own the tiebreaker in the division race and will win if they beat the kings again on Thursday I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "gabrielle" discussed on AP News Radio
"The avalanche rolled to a 6 nothing romp over the kings is JT Compher recorded his first career hat trick Philipp Grubauer made 18 saves for his seventh shutout of the season and eighteenth of his career Gabrielle Landeskog reached the 20 goal mark for the eighth time in his career and make a Rantanen collected 3 assists the apps currently are 2 points behind the golden knights for the west division title however the avalanche own the tiebreaker in the division race and will win if they beat the kings again on Thursday I'm Dave Ferrie
Grubauer Helps Avs Break 3-Game Slide in 3-0 Win Over Sharks
"Philipp Grubauer stopped twenty one shots in his return from the league's coded nineteen protocols leading the avalanche to a three nothing win against the sharks Grubauer showed no signs of rust in his first game since April twelfth tying for the league lead with six shutout of the season Gabrielle Landeskog and Cale Makar scored power play goals two minutes apart in the first period the avs victory coupled with the golden knights three nothing lost Arizona leaves Colorado within four points of Vegas for the west division lead I'm Dave Ferrie
Che Guevara as an Icon
"What is one of the most popular images symbolizing revolutionary and radical politics. That you can even think of for me. It's definitely that image of che guevara wearing a beret looking off into the distance. Are we going into this topic of il-chang give out so the year is two thousand nine and met my very first college party and i'm sherlyn you know relaxing all cool not playing some bebo and some guy walks in with t shirt and immediately. It caught my eye because number one. Cuban and number two. It's gigolo at number three. it's a white guy wearing a chicken. I don t shirt and it wasn't very different from any of the times that i saw ceva anywhere else but suddenly some white kid walking into a party wearing a t shirt had me feeling things that i had never felt before when it had seen shale at his image that grew up seeing china's image almost everywhere growing up in miami. You not really presented with people who are very different from your upbringing so growing up with a bunch of cubans. It never occurred to anybody to put j. o. On a t shirt and walk around with it carmen. And i were both raised. Cuban americans in miami where the perspective of tshuva i would say is generally that. This man was very violent figure in the revolution. It's the very first time. I think that i was confronted. With the fact that somebody else might have a different idea of what this image stands for. So get into the image. The image i'm talking about. I'm sure you've seen countless amount of times. It has been said that it is the most reproduced photograph of the twentieth century. And it is the image of chiang about looking off into the distance very serious. He's got long hair and he's wearing a beret with a single star in the middle. The image is called gabrielle at equal or heroic warrior. Yup well i have never translated that. And now as i'm saying it in english it's even
Ethics: Is It OK To Break A Rule?
"Today. We're going to tackle an ethical question if you're a long-time listener of this show. You may have heard me. Ask you for your thoughts on this question before. Hi my name is finn for. I'm from seattle washington and my age is time that it might question is is located to do something you told not to do and then never tell anybody. We've talked about ethics in some of our other episodes like the one about how we treat animals differently depending on where we're from and how we're raised basically ethics is how you behave based on what you believe is right and wrong. You might hear fins question and think of course. You shouldn't break a rule and do something you're not supposed to. It is not okay to do something that you're not supposed to do. It's not okay to break rule when you break and don't tell anybody it's not good no because it would be bad. No that will be no because it's usually just mean to get in trouble because you're gonna big trouble. I okay that no because we knew it again trouble now because it's not good if you get into a no because you're sort of lying and not doing what people asked you to that was gabby gabrielle. Juniper elliott corwin prudence and cleo. They all told us. They think it's not okay to do something you're not supposed to and then not tell anyone but we also heard from some of you who think well maybe sometimes it is. Okay it depends on what it is like if you're told to stay in the house but something happens and you have to leave that slyke a different thing. It's not okay to not tell anybody but it you if you do have to like leave or do something that your parents are semi tells you not to do. Then you should do to should tell
Gwyneth Paltrow and Gabrielle Union Get Candid About Wealth And Marriage
"Would you still work if you married someone. Who was filthy rich Gabrielle union and gwyneth. Paltrow ignited the debate on the google. Podcasts gabrielle admitted that when she married dwayne wade her step kids didn't understand why she kept working. Listen to this. They had looked up how much their dad made and they thought that i should not work. I should just be at home like the other moms. And because data's rich and you stay home and we should be a normal family like everyone else. I love it. I love that bathing realized that she too was rich. Not not to mention. She had her own coin. Kim mary filthy rich man. What you're gonna do stay home and take care of you. You know a certain ages. When i was younger. I wanted to just work and get my own identity. I think right now. Let a rich man calls daily dose. Oh it's so funny. She didn't talk about this all the time. Because i have said many times i'm like i can live that yacht life man. I could plan the trips yet. Plan the vacations. I could have all the decorations up for every event at could be my full time thing. I could do all that stuff. But he's like no you couldn't you'd have to work. I know you would go crazy. But i could do.
The Crime of Refusing Vaccination
"Hello this is robin. High is the swedish lutheran church in cambridge. We haven't been that in a very long time. But i'm the pastor. Faith lutheran church. How can i help you. Okay thank you. I'm working on a story about pastor heading jacobson. I'm sure this is about vaccination awhile ago producer gabrielle. Burbank cold called a in cambridge massachusetts in search of the origin story of an argument. We're all having right now. We're in the midst of the most ambitious vaccine roll out the world has ever seen. There is finally hope that all of this will end but this hope depends almost entirely on. How many people will be willing to get the vaccine. There's still real fear around what this vaccine will do to us and his battle between hope and fear. It's not the first time we've seen it in this country. It started in this church one hundred years ago. Thank you for talking to me. This is like such a random call discount. Wear the current pastor picked up the phone. Are you in the church. No this is organised practicing. I just put on my mask number very talented.
Grubauer has 31 saves, Avs shut out Wild, 6-0
"Philipp Grubauer completed his fifth shutout of the season and sixteenth of his career by handling thirty one shots in Colorado six nothing laugher against the wild Gabrielle Landeskog had a goal and two assists as the avalanche ended Koppel CAC in its nine game winning streak Cale Makar had a goal and an assist if if we can set up three goals and Michael Rantanen notched his third goal in two games the ABS swept the two game series by a combined eleven to one outshooting the wild ninety seven fifty one I'm Dave Ferrie
"Can be tough to try and make lifestyle choices that will help build a healthier world over and over we find out that one of our habits is contributing to climate change inequality or the destruction of earth's bio-diversity even habits. We thought were healthy. Take seafood for years. We were told that fish were an important part of a good diet but now we are learning that many of the fish we are used to eating or threatened species. Seafood is the largest traded food commodity in the world and it plays an essential role in our global diet for some people. Fish are a luxury but in many of the world's poorest and fastest growing populations it's a matter of survival at the same time relentless industrial fishing methods are pushing many species to the brink. If things don't change our fishing habits could devastate ocean bio-diversity and deplete a resource that humanity needs in order to survive. Fish are in trouble but the solution may not be what you expect. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Will there always be plenty of fish in the sea. What's over seventy six percent of the world's fish now or fish fished capacity overfished or collapsing and fifty years. The earth has lost more than half of its life. We completely destroy the natural balance of fish in the world's oceans. So are we going to run out of fish. If the current way that humans are fishing continues in the current practices remaining unchecked. That doesn't set up a good scenario for our future. My name is michelle curic. And i'm the vice president for ocean policy at the world wildlife fund. In the united states the pressure the amount of fish the frequency the quantities. That fishermen are taking out a really causing many stocks to be in very bad shape in terms of their future viability. I mean fish is one of the most heavily traded food commodities that we have fishing really is a big business in two thousand eighteen. The global export market reached an estimated value of one hundred and sixty four billion dollars. Asia is the leading region in the fishing industry with china south korea japan taiwan and one outlier spain fielding the most vessels globally the european union the united states and japan or the three places that consume the most fish by volume. And it's really valuable. Many different species are very high. Cost so there is a lot of profit to be made in catching fish. We have these manmade causes. These drivers these threats that are caused by you know just better technology. Bigger boats better refrigeration easier methods of transport and we have some of the man induced natural factors like climate change which are also changing the water quality the composition the affiliation of the water. That fish call home and some species can't adapt that well they move to different parts of the ocean to have a more hospitable climate and that then raises lots of political issues about get to catch. And how many if you've ever gone fishing. You know the drill a rod align a hook some bait and maybe a boat but modern day industrial fishing looks nothing like that. The boats and many fishing fleets are essentially gigantic floating factories inside. They have all the machinery necessary to process freeze and package. Hundreds of tons of fish per day guided two schools of fish by sonar and spotter planes. Some of these ships dragnets that are over a mile long sneering whole schools of fish that thereafter and many that they aren't after to some of the methods are shocking take bottom trawling which involves dragging massive nets across the ocean floor in the hopes of sweeping up fish the process destroys coral and other ocean floor ecosystems that are essential for all kinds of life just for one catch s fish populations decline these fleets are having to travel further from land and drag their nuts deeper in order to reach their targets when it comes to fisheries. There are two things that are important to know first about one in three fish. Stocks is overfished at that means that we are catching more than the population is able to produce by his branch. I'm the director of fisheries at the foot and organiz ation of the united nations. And i'm also a professor at the university of exeter in the uk to have an analogy with john king. We are eating into the capital rather than just using the interest that doesn't mean that we collapsing. The population is just. This is not sustainable. We need actually to change that. But we see a dichotomy of what is happening. Between developed countries and developing countries in developed countries. We see increasingly an improvement in sustainability status in developing countries. We see the opposite. We see it decrease in sustainability increasing volume of problems. Those are not easy to resolve.
Italian prosecutor seeks life for US men charged with murder
"An Italian prosecutor has requested a life in prison for two young American men charged with slaying and Italian police officer in central Rome prosecutor Maria Sabina calibrate to announce the court to find the two defendants Finnigan Lee L. DA and Gabrielle on the telly heels guilty and to impose Italy's maximum sentence for the twenty nineteen stabbing death of vice brigadier Mario search yellow rake on the two Americans were on vacation in Rome when they were confronted by a pair of plain clothes offices and what the pay believed was amazing as part of a cocaine deal eldo has claimed self defense testifying he sent the victim because he feared he was being strangled by a dog the slain officer who was unarmed was stabbed eleven times I'm services
Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era
"Let's start by setting up the hoof the two main characters that we see throughout the movie are gabrielle. Farrow and our montebourg who are both lieutenants in napoleon's army. Were they real people. Kind of the story of you're a ridley scott chose direct a screenplay drafted from ninety seven availa from the famous author joseph conrad but away the noble a was published as dual in britain. But it was kind of the point. Honorary night it stays and you can still find the first edition of in used. Bookstores and condo story was supposedly inspired by this real duels olga. He clearly to liberties facts and the story was about the duel between two officers of napoleonic army. The historical individuals of peer won't The town and francois leotard lavazza. Who became ill baer and finkel in the movie and both of them are very collar for the interesting individuals. Do point was born in chaban as in shock and in western france in seventeen sixty five like many of his generation. He first saw action I military action. During the french revolutionary. Wars in fact he fought that battle. Volney really important. Battled all of the then. He served in the rhineland and by seventeen ninety seven. He's already a general so he would have been all league thirty two years old and a general widely respected for his Martial abilities He supported napoleon in seventeen ninety nine when that general sees power to our and then he couponing pollyanna campaigns. All is distinguishing himself. I mean he. This guy was quite successful in quite capable. Man fought at morongo for that Allback where he he did. Do really remarkable defense with barely five thousand man. He was able to stop and australia. That was five times larger and then he earned accolades for he's exported. Ooh macron's rheinland in the sauna zone and with such a stellar record. He had much to expect from the future of maybe even marshal's baton right as new polian savings says every soldier right in. My army carries marshals. Donen in these anyone could carry. It probably will Dupont was one of them but it all changing in eighteen eight. Napoleon sent dupont you. Spain with motley crue of a of the provisional battalions new new recruits swiss troops. That wayne pressed into service. No one over. Dick league cited fighting and he's tasked was to secure the southern region of of spain and initial successes. He found himself surrounded by the largest army and in the remarkable decision affected. He's entire life. Dupont decided to surrender with some eighteen thousand men at violin in the news of this french. Defeat him in the worse than they surrender right but shock europe. Napoleon is range. Dupont is sent to court martial deprived of his rank and his title kashir and then sent to a military installation into to be imprisoned there for the rest of the only any wars
A Global Shot in the Arm With Dr. Fauci
"It's march and it's been nearly a year since covid nineteen was declared a pandemic. There's no two ways about it. It's a bitter anniversary but it's also a time to think about how far we've come. There was so much confusion at the start about how to protect ourselves now year leader. We've learned a lot about how to stay safe and we've developed highly effective vaccines in record time. We're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel but there is at least one more hurdle that threatens to undo our progress all around the world wealthy countries are hoarding vaccine. Sp leaving huge swaths of the global population without access global health officials. Say that this could be a lethal mistake. For rich and poor countries alike. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Why a global pandemic needs a global response. It was almost a year ago but the country began shutting down from covert and for the first time. There seems to be a real reason. Have cautious optimism gets the vaccine when or not only serious questions that us but also around the globe in the global fight against covid nineteen is mutations good approving the next great challenge so we have a lot of really important stuff to talk about but i feel like one of those important things is that both you and i are south brooklyn children and i feel like it was really important to just get that out of the way Where were you. Where were you in south brooklyn. I'm from manhattan beach. You are from vincent hurst. i know. Wow you need no introduction but also start the way we always start which is what is your name and what do you do. My name is dr anthony fauci. And i'm the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health. All right so let's say that a majority of americans were vaccinated tomorrow. Would we be fully in the clear. So if we got let's say seventy to eighty five percent of the people in the country vaccinated then we would be very much better off than we are now. But there's a real catch to your question. Because even if we got the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated there is a big wide world out there and that's the global pandemic so if the rest of the world did not get covid nineteen or saws covy to under control. There would always be a looming threat over us that the virus would be mutating would be changing and we would get new variants that even if we felt ourselves protected in this country sooner or later of variant or mutation could come here and essentially circumvent protection of the vaccine. So i think when you think in terms of a pandemic you have to remember it is global and it requires a global response not just a single country response in the old days when we used to get on airplanes. You remember that what we can all travel one of the first things you get. Is this disembodied voice that would say in the event of a loss of cabin pressure. Oxygen masks will come down from the overhead. This is richard haass president of the council on foreign relations former director of policy planning for the state department adviser to presidents and my boss structured by this to put it on yourself and then only after you yourself and taking care of then you turn to your children your neighbors and others and that's our instinct year we've got to jettison that instinct unless the rest of the world get vaccinated. It doesn't just threaten their lives. It threatens hours to gossip. We don't take care of others. Variants will continue to break out and variants breakout over there. They will figure out a way to come here so then we end up in a race. That never quite ends that we'd never quite win to stay ahead of the curve. We have to understand variance and in order to understand variance. We have to understand mutations and in order to understand mutations we went to the country's medical explainer chief so what is a mutation. Where do they tend to come from. Why do we need to worry about them when viruses replicate which they do very very rapidly particularly when you have literally one hundred million people infected which is what we have right now in the world with over two point four million deaths when you have that amount of replication. as the virus replicates. It makes mistakes in reproducing itself. That's called a mutation
South Africa Halts Planned Rollout of AstraZeneca Vaccine
"Astrazeneca's plans to roll out. Its cove nineteen vaccine in south. Africa have been put on a temporary hold. The country made the decision after a small. Clinical trial found a dozen to protect people against mild and moderate illness from a new fast spreading strain first detected in the country. The journals gabrielle. Steinhaeuser has more from johannesburg. What they're going to do is they're gonna kind of smaller rollout two hundred thousand people and then follow them and get the evidence that we're missing right now which is finding out this the vaccine limit or prevent severe illness and they're going to measure it by looking at how many people at the hospital off one hundred thousand a spokesman for astrazeneca said the company believes its vaccine could protect against severe disease. It says it's working to target new variants and hopes to have a new vaccine ready by the fall. Vaccines by johnson. And johnson and nova vacs have yet to be authorized but we're also less effective against the new strain in recent trials in the us a new cove in nineteen variant first detected in the uk is spreading rapidly with the number of new cases doubling every week and a half according to a new study it also found that the variant may become the dominant strain in many us states by march new coronavirus cases in the us fell below one hundred thousand for the first time this year according to johns hopkins data
Wuhan marks its one year anniversary since the outbreak
"A year since the Chinese city off Wuhan first went into lockdown as a result off the coronavirus, marking a trend which would spread to many countries around the world. At the time, the respiratory disease now known as covert 19, had killed only 17 people. According to official Chinese statistics, there were more than 500 confirmed cases of that point. Wu Han's mayor, Eugene Wang told state controlled television that officials may have acted too slowly. The church in pushing. This is a profound lesson at the focus of the epidemic will hand should carry out a strict measures to prevent and control it without missing any detail or link. This shows that we didn't get to know enough about the virus at the beginning. About his heart, and it's spreading some 11. Million people were put under tight quarantine and face masks and social distancing became mandatory at the time. The wider world was shocked by the harsh restrictions and rigid enforcement. Among locals, there was a sense of panic. Since the shutdown happened this morning. I think this has been a bit more panic, you know, especially when you think about food and the tractor. These Chinese New year people are now going to be able to go see family, etcetera, and that you know, in Chinese culture. That's a massive thing. You know, seeing their family at this time of year. So today when the shutdown happened on its side at 10 o'clock this morning, a bit more panicked, kicked him. But at that stage, the World Health Organization hadn't decided yet whether to declare a global emergency because they didn't have enough information about the virus as Dr Ted Ross Adhanom, Gabrielle source, the W. H O director explained. The decision about whether or not to declare a public health emergency of international concern. Is one I take extremely seriously. And one time only prepared to make with appropriate consideration off all the evidence when it was only on the 12th of March After 1000 deaths and 20,000 cases off the disease were registered in Italy, that the W H O did then declare it Pandemic. We're a year on the world still grappling with coronavirus global cases now stand at 98,157,700. The number of deaths 2,106,690
Car Buying is Changing and All It Took Was a Pandemic
"2021 car buyers or again expected to be kicking the tires in person at the dealer. Rumor got a reporter Gabrielle Coppola says predictions that the business would move online have so far failed to pan out the idea that you know the pandemic changed the nature of auto retail forever. With a little bit far fetched because cars they're not commodities. Coppola says online buyer she spoke with already knew what they wanted. I think if you're not sure, then there really isn't a replacement for just going in and doing a test drive and touching and feeling, and Coppola says many dealers are working to accommodate skittish customers. Bring that, Carter, you and Lady, Test it out. The question is, is that really As
What's ON The Menu At Gabriella
"Podcast is up. Welcome to santa cruz. Kitchen we are a couple of friends who like to go and get food at restaurants. Eat outside or get food so many restaurants in santa cruz. I'm andrea and mel. And today we're going to review gabriella cafe during restaurant. We so santa cruz has santa cruz restaurant week once a week once a year and this is a little different from berga week did lead yoga week at the big You know earlier in the season so santa cruz. Restaurant weeks different. Santa cruz restaurants offer a fixed menu. So you have an appetizer. A entree or a main and a dessert. And it's a fixed price in some restaurants. It's twenty five summits thirty five forty five and some may offer twenty five and forty five and it doesn't include texan tip doesn't include drink and it's a fixed menu. You don't get to say. Oh i'd like something off new or i don't want that you know appetizer. I want different one. It's just what they give you. So we chose gabrielle's and i love restaurant week because you know they're going to put out there to best appetizers there are three best maine's and their two best desserts and you get to choose from the best that they have to offer. And that's i like when there's just a little restricted. Yeah here's the best we got. And it's going to be the best available ingredients. it's going to be seasonal. I love that part so there wasn't as many this year that do it in the path and by the good times that it santa cruz restaurant. Week dot com. I believe is how i found the one and choose ones that we could book but given also had the most extensive menu for restaurant win it so it had about five or six appetite right. That's true and there was about seven or eight from maine. Who does it. Yeah okay the most of them only have sort of two three. So this head. Yeah you did you fixated on the butternut squash and you're like oh our so. They had a lot of choices. And if you vegetarian a lot of the choices which tearing a vegan so yeah a lot of choices that gabrielle is. Yeah so there if you've been to gabriel's in the past although before we go there should we talk about opens enclosed. Oh i just have one little close one go this. We did episode number ten. The crammer house in felton. His no more. It's yeah too bad. We went there on a wintry lunch. Day and i. I had a great chicken remember that. Oh that's too bad so anyway. I'm sure something will be in. Its place sometime next year. Maybe sometime next year okay. So let's go back to gabriel. let's go back to gabrielle's yeah we're sort of both teams right so we went on a wednesday for the dinner and like you were going to say about the seating. Yeah so we. We got the five thirty first time like they would just putting everything out other about five twenty five just putting out. And they gave us the choice and i chose. I don't if i chose the right spot. So they have their little interests way that they have outside seating normally like european exactly little audio exactly and that's lovely and then they had a few seats on the sidewalk and then they'd taken over a couple of parking spots in front and one of the parking spot spaces now. Unfortunately that means traffic was going. Yeah is that road is not closed. Peter yeah so. I didn't want to choose that little walkway because it seemed a little like you've always got stuff By and we're conscious of being socially distant when yeah i mean the tables worldspace but you do have. The staff are wearing masks yet. But they aren't going. We're going by but we did have the heaters. Yeah we'll propane heater pains. We got there at five thirty by six thirty. It was getting a little call. Somebody let him up. Yeah so that. That worked out. Well and i know inside. Gabrielle is very small of eden inside maybe once before side the rest of your cheek by jowl. Yeah and i think have like four or five tables in there really small so hopefully the kitchens bigger because they produce some great food they do. And gabriel is known as doing a lot of local organic food and on that. And they've been there for thirty something years i think and i remember once My parents sent me a money from a booth. They sent me fifty dollars. And i'm like okay. I'm going to take myself out to eat. And this is the place i chose. Okay so yeah. It's one of those for some people may be the local restaurant for me. It's always felt like a special place. Ray initial occasion special occasion. Yeah so again we win. For the thirty they only thirty five dolla fixed price. Yeah so we went specifically for that. Yeah and when we when the waiter waitress arrived at our cable she said i just wanna let you know it's restaurant week. The regular menu not available. We were like yeah. We know that's why we're here. Just all thank goodness yes. i'm people. yeah exactly explain it to and it was the first day restaurant wakes goes wednesday through tuesday. And that's because a lot of restaurants and open on mondays and tuesdays. So gets you will. and so. by the time. It wasn't a restaurant weeks is probably gone. Yeah but support your local restaurants us especially the ones you love that. Yeah wanna see. Go and don't trump coupon dude. Yeah not not coupon time gift certificate somewhere else but
Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in Bethlehem and elsewhere
"Christmas celebrations have been scaled back around the world because of the cold a pandemic but the World Health Organization says that's the way it needs to be this year at the Vatican midnight mass had to be held earlier in the evening to comply with Italy's ten PM curfew there were only two hundred people carefully spaced inside the massive Saint Peter's basilica the same at the church of the nativity in Bethlehem the world health organization's Dr Ted roast add in Gabrielle asus hundreds of millions of people are today making great hearts ranging sacrifices by staying apart to stay safe he says it's a slap in the face to health care workers and first responders for people to ignore the health warnings and congregate over the Christmas holiday we must not squander their sacrifices cobit nineteen has killed more than one point seven million people around the globe I'm Jackie Quinn
The Big Red Button
"I'm gabrielle. Sierra and this is why it matters today a look inside the rules for nuclear launch in the united states and the risks of giving one person so much power. Hey i'm alex bill and i name is abigail sto thurston. Bell and stow. Thurston are both experts at the center for arms control and non-proliferation an ngo that focuses on nuclear security. This means they spent every day thinking about how to prevent nuclear war. Okay so the only person that is in charge of launching a nuclear attack is the president. There's no stopgap. There's no other people he asked to consult. There's nothing else just his decision. Yes so there's no requirement that the president consult with anyone they can and our command and control system is designed so that he can get in contact with advisers that he wants to speak to but no requirement that he consult with anyone before we go any further. Let's get our terms straight. There are two kinds of nuclear strikes retaliation. And i use. The details are complex but both are essentially what they sound like. Retaliation involves responding to a nuclear attack with a nuclear attack. I use means being the first to use nuclear weapons in conflict. Neither of these scenarios requires the president to consult with experts. So if the scene with the big board and the president talking to all of his advisors doesn't need to happen. What actually does need to happen. The protocol for launching nuclear weapon is highly secretive but the main components are known. Could you walk me through. How a i use nuclear strike would go down. It basically starts with the president deciding that he wants to use a nuclear weapon. He can decide this because he feels like an attack is imminent on the united states. He can decide it because we're in a conflict and he wants to use a nuclear weapon to end the conflict you know basically escalate so far that the other side will back down or it could just decide. He wants to use a nuclear weapon their issues surrounding whether or not it would be a legal order. But i think in the heat of the moment you're not gonna have a bunch of lawyers running into the room saying i don't think this is legal. He actually has a direct line to the national military command center. This facility run by the pentagon is ready at any minute of the day to receive a launch order remember. The president is the commander in chief of the military. All he has to do is pick up the phone. Indicate the target and the number of weapons he would like to launch. He has something called biscuit which is a little card that has launch codes on them. Someone verifies that is in fact the president giving this order. The order goes out and within five minutes from the president deciding. I want to launch a nuke to nuke in the air. That's how easy it is terrifying short amount of time and terrifyingly easy today and you're relying on the person who has the authority to know and have thought through all of those consequences. We take it for granted that that person will have thought about that before they do it. There's no checker balance to make sure that that presidents in the right head space has thought through everything has talked with our allies. None of that's there and has it always been this way. So historically commanders did have the ability in the eisenhower administration at the beginning of the nuclear age to use nuclear weapons on their own authorities. Should they not be able to get into contact with the president and then it was in the kennedy administration that we really solidify the idea that it should be the president and the president alone that the consequences of nuclear use is so massive that it really should be a decision at the top level. The idea being that. The american public would always electa relational and straight thinking president and And so that's why. This sort of very undemocratic process develops was a bit of a nuclear monarchy. So the idea was that this one person who was elected by all these people would have the wherewithal to make the right decision in this situation. Yeah it was theorized that way but not everybody always agreed with it. In fact during the height of the cold war there was a lot of debate about whether or not this was a good structure and it kind of went to macab places at times where somebody was positing that. Actually you should have the launch codes in a pill inserted inside of the heart of military attache and the president would actually have to kill that military attache to get the codes and be able to kill hundreds of thousands of people. Obviously that was not an actionable plan by theorists at the time is sort of making the case about how much you're putting on the shoulders of one person and whether or not that's a good idea when it comes to a weapon that's capable of flattening cities and and beyond the stakes surrounding the decision to launch a nuclear first strike are as high as they get and since the attacks on hiroshima and nagasaki. No president has done so in an ideal world the president would think and hard and hear a wide range of opinions before undertaking a first strike but when it comes to the other nuclear scenario retaliation the president would not usually have the luxury of time for retaliation you have to be able to decide and execute the retaliation and a very short time. Lsu you risk being wiped out neutralize before you can do. so this is richard vets. He's the director of the saltzman institute of war and peace studies at columbia university. An adjunct senior fellow here at the council he's served on the senate select committee on intelligence the national security council and advised three cia director's. How short is that time. Well that depends on where you are between india and pakistan which right next to each other could be almost instantaneous. for the united states and russia the Time was generally thought to be once. The missile age began about twenty to twenty five minutes list for the united states depending on various technical details.
SpongeBob, slime, football: Nickelodeon ready for NFL game
"The NFL will give a kid friendly treatments to a wild card game when it airs on Nickelodeon next month marches are a letter with the latest it will be an NFL game was SpongeBob running out of the tunnel and players being covered in digital slime after touchdowns three wild card games will air January tenth and Nickelodeon will simulcasted middle game for families with kids no eagle and the person will do play by play joined by Gabrielle Levet and green of the NYC show all that who co starred lex Lumpkin will report from the field the usual game broadcast will run on CBS
"gabrielle" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast
"To the masters in psychology. Podcast we're psychology. Students can learn from psychologists educators and practitioners to better understand what they do how they got there and to hear the advice they have for those interested in getting a master's degree in psychology or related. Field i'm your host brad schumacher. And today we have the privilege of talking with gabrielle ferrara. After graduating from morristown high school gabrielle attended university of miami where she received her. Ba in psychology and criminology. She then attended rutgers university where she received her masters degree in clinical social work with an emphasis in mental and behavioral health gabrielle served as a mental health counselor and she did her internship at the immediate care psychiatric center in parsippany new jersey. Gabrielle is a licensed social worker and currently works at the counseling center in middlesex. New jersey as a substance use and mental health therapist. Gabriel welcome to our podcast ink spread. I'm happy to be here <hes>. My name's gabriel ferrara. I'm really honored to be on your podcast. Thank you for having me. Well you're welcome. Thank you for being on the podcast. I know that a lot of our listeners are going to get a lot from you today. A lot of things going on especially in the last six months i mean. You've you've graduated with your masters degree. You started a new job. You got engaged. Congratulations thank you. Thank you and you actually have your first blog post on psychology today so a lot of exciting things in the last six months <hes>. It's been an exciting time. So let's go ahead and get right into it. I kinda wanted to open up the floor for you and ask you. Tell me a little bit more about yourself. Other than what that introduction. You know what i did with the introduction for all of our audience members yes so i mean you covered it pretty well introduction. But i'm from new jersey born and raised. I'm currently still living. Where i grew up in marseilles town <hes>. Just getting into the field of social work and starting my career in my free time. I have a adorable little rescue dog that keeps me busy and keeps me on my toes. So yeah i mean. I just happy to be here talking about my experience and my rite aid and <hes>. My my career at this point. We'll good good i. How did you actually decide to get your bachelor of arts and psychology and criminology. What made you decide to go that route so it's actually a funny story. I started college as a pre med neuroscience major and then i realized that there was a lot of science and math involved in that that i was not interested in so i but i still really had a passion for mental health in the brain and all that stuff so the next logical step seemed to go into seem to be to go into psychology so i switched my major psychology and began taking some courses and saw that there was an overlap between mental health and the criminal justice system and some of those common themes among the two fields and so i added a criminology degree as well and of combine the two and got to see some of the overlap and it was an incredible combination of studies and field work and just a really good overall experience. Based on our research on the website we are seeing more of the that overlap with criminology and psychology or and more of those <hes>. Psychologists are needed in the criminal justice system as well. So it's interesting that you chose that route <hes>. You know the next follow up. Question is what is you know. At what point did you come up with the idea of becoming a therapist. Yeah so that is something that didn't stand out to me at first. I wasn't really sure what i want to do. With my psychology and criminology degree. I considered going into the fbi. Some sort of police criminal justice work and then ultimately subtle settled. It's not the right word. But i made the decision to be therapist and go into clinical work based on my own experience in therapy. And i think we're gonna get into that a little bit later but my own experience in therapy and my good dot experiences with different therapists really motivated me to want to get back. Beat up person for someone else. Because i've had very good therapist and are not so great therapists over the years. Not just kind of comes with the territory but it really motivated me to want to continue studying psychology understanding it understanding people and being a person for others to connect with the actually interesting that you brought that up. If you don't mind i'm gonna go ahead and share my screen. And i'm going to share one thing with you and the audience and i liked your tagline here and you should see the psychology today website here in. Here's your most recent blog post. Why showing emotion as a therapist is okay sometimes and if you notice on the left side. Your tag is gabrielle. Ferrera therapist who sees therapist. Tell us a little bit more about that and how you came up with that idea. Yeah so. I actually got that idea from a book. I read earlier this year. I think i've been late last year. Actually and it was a book by lori gottlieb. she's a psychotherapist and author and also as speaker and she has a memoir called. Maybe you should talk to someone. And in that memoir she about her own experience as a therapist and also her time that she spent going to therapy and that book really resonated with me and it was the first time that i had connected so deeply with a therapist who also goes to therapy themselves. And i knew that a lot of therapists go to therapy. And it's something that were encouraged to do in grad school but reading. That book really made me feel like it was something normal and it was something nachos normal but an asset it was a strength to be in therapy myself and also be on the other side being in that helping possession.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Keep It!
"A whole thing. I will follow someone on the freeway with the Nebraska plate just pull alongside then to go go ahead. Excited no matter. No matter what. Cracking? Speaking of you and delayed I, feel I eat y'all have had in the midst of twenty twenty being a mess y'all that lease had a great year for you know just like being visible and being great examples of one parents and to just like black people who are. Famous but not going crazy Lately At least not being like Richard, we want to support trump. So you know not going that route, I just WANNA know. How it is to stay like grounded and also to just like. Put yourself out there On the cover of time to you know put yourself out there as like parents who are now being seen as just like an example of how to parent you know With your you know embracing. Zaia. And then just having that embracement of the Lgbtq community for you too as parents. It's always bizarre to be acknowledged for doing like the bare minimum, which is like loving your kids exactly as they are. So that's that's always A. Odd. But when you realize that there's a lot of parents who don't. Believe that their children are disposable or inherently unlovable. We understand the the role that we have and the platform that we have and loving out loud in unapologetically black in loving out loud in. I'm speaking up about. All kinds of things I would hope that I'm not alone in this. A lot of people do it I just don't think touch take as much glee to battle the fuck that we do. So maybe makes us. I just. It gives me fit like the hives I can't. I can't sit in the fuck Shit I can't do it not anymore because I did it. I'm not going to say I didn't really I I. Sat in its I like dipped my crackers I ate it up but then you get to a point where I don't know going along to get along doesn't work and doesn't feature soul and it doesn't allow you to sleep at night and I don't know I just don't want any I. Don't have to deal with anything that affects my joy peace my grace mime or anybody else's. So I'm key talk my shit. If it especially when the greater good and pay like it's okay to like pay your fucking taxes when you're a bazillionaire. Press why are you pressed about money that actually helps the people that you're trying to exploit I i. don't I don't exactly understand that to me win somebody's shows you who they are and their disdain for black women. That's when I jumped on the fan domes when you reject or malign black women which a lot of these dudes have that are suddenly pro-trump. You lost me law a long time ago. This isn't this wasn't the straw that broke the camel's back. When you attack the very black women that leads your cast on your very successful show. The I don't know what else we needed to see How many more opportunities we needed to give before we got to this shock and awe that we have right now. I don't even know why it takes. So long for people to understand the the damage harm caused when we start with black women. As your target in why don't we? Why do we have to kick giving people opportunities to harm black women before like why you bet you know you? Just don't care about. How about you don't care about black women and stop be acting. So shocked by more bad behavior. Yeah. I'm calling other than as being two black women from Nebraska that that is already been such a connecting point for when I've been following your career since I don't know birth like for a long time and oddly these things happen where I was experiencing something in my life and it would match up with the Gabrielle Union story in the news like what was happening with your work experience at America's got talent reminded me that there were no safeguards for black women regardless of what level of career that you were at and and. I was experiencing something much smaller scale, but in my own work environment at the same time. So as a black woman, like what do you do to protect your energy when you learn those hard truths that like nowhere is safe from me and the crew we've had to find our own safe-space and we before we were calling it safe spaces. It was finding people in the community sometimes where you least expect it a doing your own due diligence about who somebody is not going with what the popular pinning somebody is in finding those safe spaces in creating them yourself in. It might only be five minutes a day on a group chat. Especially now Kobe, we used to have like meet us where we just we call them long drunken munches that sometimes turned into you even longer drunken dinners We just had a chance to just. Vomit. Our emotions and all the things that we experienced during week we weren't safe enough to talk about openly because you just those bills needed to be paid. The bank is so weird about wanting their money every month got. That that. Same space that strong cocktail to. Vent with other people who see you in here you are going to try to explain away your trauma in harm that you've been experiencing for the most part safe spaces amongst. Within our community in an randomly Obama's ally. I feel like I have a photographic memory for celebrities who give great interviews and so you always come to mind like if it's a video sam or I'm reading, something can always depend on it one usually being funny to like just. Just super thoughtful and I was thinking a few years ago you wrote a memoir and you're the. Type of celebrity. I. Always want to write a memoir on. Mike. We only got to hear her speak for five minutes in this interview. Please go off for three hundred pages. What was that experience like for you? Did you gain anything from having written a memoir the process of writing it was exhilarating and Thorough, cutic-, and but the process of handing over some of your deepest darkest secrets to the world. Is Literally. It really does feel like tossing your baby into a crowd and hoping people catch it. And don't abuse your baby. Yeah. For the most part people were like Oh. My God look at this baby, this is such a asleep maybe and then some people drop kick my baby and. You know. It's you want people to have a positive takeaway from your words. You know what I mean. I'm a lover of words I love Word Games, I love books. Special in that way. You want people to appreciate your words but at the same time. I know it's a it's a trust thing with with your readers that you hope they see you get you. Maybe understand you and hopefully also provide some community 'cause I try to discuss things that have been taboo or you know those high couldn't possibly and a Mike Yeah I didn't know my for my aretha like. No I didn't think to go beyond Michael Jordan what. Seemed, like all was there but like in writing. I. Read it, and then doing interviews about it people were like, okay I thought it was just me not knowing where to put him on like it sparked like larger conversations about sex. And fertility journeys in dating and marriage and all sorts of things. So now that I'm writing the follow up in my first draft is due in about a month and a half it's the panic of the purge I've purged even more shed including chapters that I wasn't quite ready to include in the first book. I thought, I've had enough therapy and guided meditations to deal. With Getting to the world. I know. We'll see we'll see in the final by next fall when you see the finish finish work what I was strong enough to include because there's nothing I hate more than reading somebody's biography or something super personal, and then watching their interviews and they're like, well, I don't read the book. I read the fucking book, and now I want an on it's. Enough or not to talk about. You know somebody's larger issues that you bring up like what was the point? So I want to do more than just titillate with with my words.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Keep It!
"We are very excited to have Gabrielle Union on the show. You have been a guest on the show for our past one hundred and fifty episodes. Now you're on one, fifty one. Welcome. Yes, not just an amazing actress but not even a businesswoman, our business. Aida start this off because Aida has been telling US constantly she is so excited to have Nebraskan on the. This episode is going to be so Nebraska and it's GonNa. Be Like Tom Osborne, eating runs at the Henry doorly zoo like. Truck. I know I know and. Right now and all league two people are GonNa be so Happy About Joan when Gabrielle Union comes back to Nebraska don't let her come back because it's in the news cycle she can come in October and still in the new cycle of like New Year's like In such a big deal when Gabrielle comes back into one college football game and it was to watch Gabrielle. Watch football that's my sport. Yeah yes. Yeah. No. Not a football fan, but MFN of you and your husband. So Oh, my God. Wait so you. So you went to Nebraska University Bresca and did not go to any game. No only went to one. How do you know how difficult it is to escape that culture I was living under a rock. Okay. So now I need to know what dorm you're in I wasn't in a dorm I wasn't in it in your date. From Lincoln Yeah I stayed that's probably why it was like off campus and reading a lot and was like, no, no college football but you know I went to all of the tailgates if that makes you feel any better. Okay. So Do the tailgate with crew. This crew called the Varsity and we're under the freeway Yep I know exactly we knew shot skis and might flip Cobb. We are the night two, thousand, Nineteen Flip Cup champions. Wow, we have those photos also in our house next to a NBA championships because it meant that much to us. Athletes. All kinds of that? We sell over. Here. Sorry that we're going off about football even though I'm not a part of it. I can recognize the Nebraska fans are just wild like the Sea of red we have one of the largest fan bases in the world I will easily say so it's just it's a very intense experience. That's why we are so excited dear listeners know it's it's a whole thing. I will follow someone on the freeway with the Nebraska plate just pull alongside then to go go ahead. Excited no matter. No matter what. Cracking?.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
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"gabrielle" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Might. It's like my Muse and my. May editor all at the same time. When you were first offered the opportunity to rent this space. That would then eventually become Prune your restaurant where you struggling with. The combination of being able to be both the restaurant tour and a writer, or did you feel that you would have to give up the life of a writer to own your restaurant, right? That was the the most painful. Self reckoning. I've ever done was to roll up the gate on the restaurant. And understand that I had put to bed. A twenty year dream ambition of being a writer and As I say that's not the kind of thing that comes easily. You gotTA. Really lie down on the floor and ball your brains out about that. Yeah, did you read a short excerpt from from your memoir about that experience? I could wake up and tackle that in a way that I would never be able to wake up and take a crack at certain literary pursuits, like for example illuminating the fog, surrounding the human condition. This is not to suggest that I accepted this understanding about myself gladly with just a sneering dismissal of the pursuit in the first place human condition. It's a blow to have to admit to yourself that you are not quite cut out for something that matters so much to you. More than a blow, it's a knockout. I had to lie down on the floor of my apartment for a very long time leading that one sink in. Did I have something more to offer any other talent than a strong work ethic. Did I have something in me other than dishwasher. As it turns out I did not. It seems like from the moment you walked into the space. That would become prune. You've felt an electricity about what that space could be I. Think you described it as a blue electricity? And yet you were. Morning what you thought your life was going to be. How did you navigate between those two states of mind? Well the first thing I did was. Closed the cleavage in my heart by letting go of the idea of being a writer and. Experienced and. Enormous wholeness. When I stopped this constantly looking over my shoulder toward what I thought would be a greener pasture. Of writing and a life of literary pursuit, and when I finally focused my eyeballs and my heart on one thing i. said. I am now a chef or I wouldn't call myself a chef, but I'm. I said to myself like you're not a writer lady, so let's get with the program here. You're just not a writer. Year a cook, so get with it. And it was. It was incredibly liberating. Believe it or not, it sort of. To have your feet. All moving in the right same directions and not be straddling two. Conflicting passions and it gave me a lot of energy and purpose and meaning, and miraculously having come to that what I've often called the fork in the road and taken one path and. Mourns the loss of the other path. But. The miraculous thing is that I didn't know. Is that up ahead? The two pads reconvert Sh. And it was as you can see on laughing and that's how I. Felt in the moment to if I had a huge joke on the universe, and I was the one having a fun time I was like Oh my God. Someone just asked me to write my first essay, and it got published my first published piece of writing after I'd already said goodbye, so you just never know what's coming up ahead. Did. You have any trouble including your heart to get that. Space Open again to be able to wholeheartedly try and do both. A. No I would say that was never a problem. I think the problem there on after was. How do you get the work done? I don't know about you, but I find writing takes some really substantial time. Brutal! To the dentist. And I hate to tend to. Ask from there on out, it was just sort of. How can I get to the page? When I'm picking Parsley all day and butchering fish, when I really need to be sitting down and writing with a clear brain, but. Add to that a couple of children and other distractions, and then it's just been a torment of time management, but not nothing ever about a divided. Sympathy our loyalty, or passion. Prune was the nickname your mother gave you when you were a child. I'm wondering if you could read an excerpt about starting the restaurant. Very different time in New York nineteen, thousand, nine, hundred nine, New, York City. The East village. At that point New York didn't have an ambitious and exciting restaurant on every block in every unlikely neighborhood, operating out of impossibly narrow spaces. There was no eater, no instagram, no hipster Brooklyn food scene. If you wanted something expert to eat, you dined in Manhattan. For fine dining with plush armchairs and captain, who ran your table wearing an Armani suit? You went uptown for the buzzy American brewery with bent would cane back chairs and waiters in long aprons? You stayed downtown. There was no serious restaurant that would allow a waiter to wear flannel shirt or hire some la with face piercings tattoos. The East village had Polish and Ukrainian diners, philophical stands, pizza, parlors, dive bars and vegetarian cafes. There was only one notable noodle spot. Spot Momofuku five years after Prune I meant to create a restaurant that would serve as delicious and interesting food as the serious restaurants elsewhere in the city, but in a setting that would welcome and not intimidate my rag tag, friends and my neighbors, all the East village painters and poets putsches in the Queen's the saxophone player on the sixth floor of my tenement, building the performance artists, doing their brave naked work up the street at PS one twenty two. I wanted a place. You could go after work or on your day off. If you had only a line cooks paycheck, but also align cooks Palette. And I thought it might be a more stable way to earn a living than the scramble of freelancing I'd done up until then. Prune was born in the on gentrified, and still heavily graffitied East village. And from nearly the time you and you got extraordinary reviews. Were you surprised by the response initially? It was profound and overwhelming and completely surprised. The name.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"This four time James Beard Award winning chef is also the author of the bestselling memoir, blood, bones and butter, the inadvertent education of a reluctant chef. She's also in the emmy winning television show on CBS, and she's a columnist for the New York Times. She joins me from her home today to talk about what was what is and what might come. Gabrielle Hamilton Welcome to design matters. Thank you for having me now. Absolutely Gabriella. Quarantining with your two teenage boys and you skated that while artisan bakers may prefer their bread, Denson chewy and crusty. Your boys don't and if we're going to lure them from their rooms. In hopes of meaningful conversation about their inner lives, unique kaiser rolls as perfect as those from the Deli with courtney interiors, dry dusty domes lighten hollow in your hand with a scattering of poppy seeds or cornmeal on their clue. Relief patterned tops. Why Kaiser Rolls? Why Kaiser's people, they're good enough eaters, but they are not what you would think of as obnoxious chef children asking for the Satanic Vinegar to be passed the meal or Requesting for Gras. That is not what happened in my household so. They like they like a roll, so it was my pleasure to make them. What are you putting on the Rolls Oh? God The littler one, the younger one likes, playing liverwurst, or he likes cream, cheese and smoked salmon, and the older one will take Salami and cheese or Deli meats, are you? Are you thinking less of me right now when you recognize that my children are? I. Know How you raise them on buttered noodles, so I'm not in here. Whatsoever. Good you grew up in rural Pennsylvania in a town that shared a border so close to New Jersey that you could walk back and forth between the two states just by crossing the Delaware River. And you were the youngest of five children you've written about how your house was not really house at all, but a wild castle built into the burnt out ruins of a nineteenth century Silk Mill. Can you tell us a little bit more about the house in the kitchen? My father bought those ruins I think in the early sixties, and had in fact been a silk mill, but the outside for remaining walls of maybe five storey mill next to a creek, and he designed and built our house onto the outside to walls and left the remaining ruins as a kind of. Attachment or courtyard and we grew up in this house and it was. Spectacular, Dramatic theatrical. The rooms that had sort of soaring cathedral ceilings and then. Tiny Warren Lake. Bedrooms that were no bigger like Shawna's ship. So. It was a dramatic house in a it was A. Great place to grow up. The appearance, or does your family still own us? Oh, no! My parents divorced when I was. Thirteen or fourteen their finalisation, but no one's owned the house for a long time. Your mother was a ballet dancer at the met in New York City when she married Your Dad, who was as set designer for theatrical in trade shows. You've said this about your father from him. We learned how decree beauty where none existed. How did he do that? He had a remarkable uncanny ability to see what didn't exist to. Imagine, let's say the ruins of the Acropolis complete with all the columns intact and the. Plants and the people and he was real dreamer, and that's what I mean by that. He could see things that most people couldn't so. Is that a very strong imagination or a? Very active sense of vision internal vision. That's what I mean. You've written about how as you're growing up. Your parents seem incredibly special and religiously handsome to you, and you could not have boasted of them more, or said your name, or proudly to show how it directly linked you to them yet. You vividly wrote this in your memoir. About an a moment. You just mentioned. About one of the early defining moments of your life, I was gazing at a full Bushel of apples. When my mother made a stunning announcement, which I have possibly never recovered from Jim. It's over and the kids and I have decided you should go. Gabriel this statement came completely out of the blue. You had no inkling back at the time that this was possible. I know you would think. I was some sort of imbecile. Won't parents can't. Keep things from from their kids. My parents also got divorced when I was eight years old and. I remember feeling terrified hearing fight, but but just not ever imagining that that could happen back in the late sixties. When they divorced nobody I knew parent. Their parents weren't getting divorced, so it wasn't something that I even thought about I never saw them fight. I had no idea that there was any trouble. In River City I, I was in my little preteen cloudy mind, and also everything seemed pretty nice to me. It was just A. Exuberant childhood that I didn't know anything was going poorly thought my dad was great. I thought my mom was sort great. I can appreciate. Her qualities. Complicated relationships with our mothers. Yeah, and the thing that I. Don't know if it's clear what I couldn't recover from in the moment is not that they were getting divorced. It's that she enlisted all of us. Yeah in banishing him from the home without any consultation. I had no idea and there she was and the kids and I think you should move and I was stunned and I've never recovered frankly from that kind of. Non Consultation. Decision making and being used as a weapon in the arsenal against this man, who I was in love with it was my dad. So the divorce I think would've been fine I just don't think they did. Very, professional job of it. Yeah No, after they separated, you were left in the house for an entire summer with your slightly older brothers Simon and. While, he was a little bit older. He was certainly not in a position to take care of a thirteen year old girl, reeling from your family falling apart, and I'm wondering Gabrielle if you could share a paragraph from your memoir talking a little bit about what happened next. I smoke cigarette butts salvage from public ashtrays and sidewalks in retrieved from the asphalt from passing drivers. Who flicked them out the car window? I wore candy spiked heels I shoplifted and a watermelon red to top I did my first line of coke, and then my second and third, and made lots of friends in town who like me had no curfew and nobody watching, but who, unlike me work twenty and not thirteen I hastily grazed through the menu of adult behavior, and tried on whatever seemed attractive, for whatever inchoate reasons as they occurred to me. It was a spectacularly scattershot and ECLECTIC approach as I found myself still going to little league practice in the afternoons while Reading D H Lawrence's women in love at night, because it had a photograph of naked people in bed on the back jacket. Then pretending you were sixteen. You've got a job. Bussing at a local restaurant called Mother's. Ironically. You've written about how you didn't know to wear. An iron shirt had a properly poor ice water the right way to clear plate it. You felt instantly at home and stated just like that is how a whole life can start, but working in a restaurant was not what you were considering as a profession when you grow up, was it? No not at all I wanted to be a writer. See always knew that you want to be a writer I've always wanted to be always have been a writer, so a have been a writer since they started to make special groups for children in elementary school. And you know you start funneling people into their aptitudes. I guess and so I was always shoved in to the OH. This is going to be the writers Poets Group, or you're going to go over here. I mean I eagerly with with my. You know you win. You're stupid. Second grade poetry contests in their Kayak you seem to be in the poetry realm of things so. And, then it just goes on from there, and then you're in the sixth grade. Literary Journal and then in eighth, so John Goes. Out and so I've been writing my my whole life and studying at my whole life..
"gabrielle" Discussed on The Big 98
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"gabrielle" Discussed on There I Was...
"Was under the hood at the time and my chief pilot reached out for the controls and turned the aircraft and dove down as fast as he could and we ended up hitting something. We lost three feet of our wing and had no control whatsoever. Welcome to another edition of there. I was a podcast. Put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations and we learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host. Richard McFadden today's guest is Gabrielle. Poems Gabriella commercial multi engine pilot with an instrument rating. She's got about four hundred hours total and she's been flying since she was in high school. She's phone a.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"Gabrielle. Felt she needed to do something on a bigger platform if she could find this many women who had stories about men well. How many more might she find if she opened up the question beyond her own Social Network so Gabrielle got in touch with a lawyer who connected her with an opportunity to share her story going on a national television show? No matter how Dongting it is like mice story it myself. It doesn't it doesn't matter at this point it's like I need to finest many women as I can because I need to know how long this has been going on and I. I just need to find women. That was just my goal. I needed to find them so far. Gabrielle new of eight two of them Haley Michalis and Karl. Von Osten Bridge appeared with her on Megan Kelly Today on April eleventh twenty eighteen. Welcome back. Everyone Gabriel Vega says. She was raped while on an excursion to Morocco with a tour group and as we have seen so often in these cases as soon other women were reaching out to her. Saying me too Let me start with you on it. Haley what were you together. Yes we were What happened you? Were studying abroad in Spain. Yes shortly after the Meghan Kelly segment aired upcoming discover excursions trips were abruptly cancelled and refunded within in a few months. The company shut down. Gabriel believed going on national. Television would help her find more women but nothing could have prepared her for just how many people she heard from and what. They're reaching out would mean for her Can you read some of the messages that you guy. Why in those first few days or weeks let me go? I'm trying to think of facebook would probably be the best option option to one message. It's all your posts in. I about threw up and had an emotional breakdown at work today. Today I am another number on that list fall twenty eleven after weeknight discotheque up already sponsored by me but I just WanNa say thank you for speaking out. Something similar similar happened in. Here's another one. Hi there I'm not quite sure what to write. or how much rate for me was the fall of two thousand twelve and I was part of the. I was twenty one years old and went to Spain into intern for the company for six months. The first day that I worked for him he made me give him a massage his underwear and then try and I wanted you to know that. I was sexually assaulted by Manuel as well on one of the last night's of time abroad while I am fortunate that I was not raped. I'm so I'd like to say that your beautiful and brave and thank you so much. I was also raped by Manuel Manuel and I always blamed myself. But now I finally fucking now. I don't know if you drove me home and I remember that I had lost my broad shirt underneath my sweater and my roommate took care immune told me the rest apparently just walked straight into the shower and cried and was so ashamed. And there's another one that says I was department well during a night out with friends and I believe I was drugged. The thing I kept coming back to you is that a wish. I'd said something which I could go back in time and explain to myself that this wasn't okay and then I had every speak up. Thank you for having the courage to come forward and and help the rest of us find some healing so you can get you understand where I get an email like that and I just feel like like I need to like take them under me Mike. Help them yeah. How did it make you feel receiving that message Iris? It was honest like now reading it. I just WanNa cry is just really. It's really sad it makes me really sad but I think I kind of entered like a survival mode in terms of like my anxiousness and when I I would get emails like this I looked at it as a number that I can put in my spreadsheet The number in her spreadsheet color coded spreadsheet. That now has more than fifty entries while they aren't all accusations of sexual assault they're all People Gabrielle. Believes.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"Until January of twenty eighteen when a series of coincidental events completely Lee up ended. Whatever calm and routine? She was just beginning to find it started on facebook. Gabrielle was scrolling. Her newsfeed speedway afternoon when she read through a post from a former classmate of hers an artist list. She posted something being like. Hey like I'm working on an an audio installation piece. People are GONNA walk into a room and you know. I want like at least like ten people to send me audio talking about experiences. That changed her life hyphen. That'll be playing as people in the REU. Gabriel thought. Well I've a story that changed my life kind of on a whim. She took out her phone and recorded. Did A ten minute voice. Note okay This is Gabriel. I'm going to start answering your questions. I just said I went to Spain. We went on a tour like a tour guide and there were like about two hundred of us. I was raped by tour guide and my tour tour guide drugged and did some never mentioned men walls name never mentioned the company it was just basically just the bare bones of the story. Sorry and senator about a week later. She responded and she was like I just want to say you know. I'm so sorry for what happened happened. I was in Spain last summer and something similar happened to girl might trip. Liz told Gabrielle. The trip was with Torque company called discover excursions and I remember I was at the art store back in south Florida and I immediately when I started panicking and I texted her back and I was like Is His name and well and she was like Holy Shit and we send each other pictures of him and he was him and I kind of just lost it Gabrielle. Alcott in touch with the woman from Liz's trip to ask what happened. She wasn't raped by Manuel but she said that on one of his trips he tried to kiss her and push her onto the bad but she'd felt unsafe with him. She said she felt lucky. She hadn't been more drunk. She didn't report what happened. She says she was too embarrassed. Just the woman also told Gabrielle that she had heard something worse had happened to two other women from her study abroad program on another Discovery Excursions Trip Gabrielle managed to track those two women down the told her they've been sexually assaulted by an well on a trip to Portugal. I was just panicking and I called my mom and I told her and she freaked out and we were like okay. We'll have to do something. I kind of took the matter into Jamais own hands and started posting on facebook and honestly lost all sense of like normal social interactions on facebook. I was just like messaging thing. I think I message like two hundred people being like. Hey Hope you're doing well my rapist Please share these Gabriel's facebook status read in all caps please share there have been multiple counts of sexual assault sexual harassment At the company discover excursions located in Seville Spain. Any women studying abroad. Travel with this company are in danger of sexual assault salt. If you have any information please contact me together. We can and international sexual assault. I don't know what came over over me. I just didn't sleep. I was messaging people time trying to call people and happy to share my status and that was all I was doing for like take a couple of weeks soon. She heard from five other women. What was driving you? Oh to find all of these women panic anger fear grief. I was extremely sick with myself. Five is I felt like it was my fault. I felt like all of these girls were my fault because they were all from two thousand seventeen. I can't believe I didn't say anything. Like why was I such a fucking.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"Gabrielle went to therapy once a week and talked about what had happened to her. She was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. She told Annamaria about it. I always associated. PTSD ESP veterans. Hod so I didn't understand what it meant for someone like Bobby. I ask Brielle to describe what. PTSD is like she. She used really clinical terms. She said she would have quote episodes where she would get into a quote heightened emotional state and then later not remember what what happened. I asked her what that really meant. She gave me an example the worst episodes she had. I just remember waking up and being on on the floor my kitchen with a butcher knife and and being extremely scared of myself and Annamaria came home that night and we talked about the next day and she was like look. You gotTa Tell Your Parents Sake. This is too much for you and I just called my mom and I was sobbing. She was like what's it's wrong and I was like mom I was raped and I wanna come home and so I just left everything that day. I drove seven networks home and I just dropped out of school. My parents met me at the door. And keep we hug and we just went from there. I just remember Lead in They are so fatigued and just happy that I didn't have to. Just keep it to myself any more because I could breathe. It didn't go away but I just wasn't on my own anymore. Obviously as a father you know your first reaction reaction is obviously. It's a horrible for your daughter. But you're very angry but she was such a mess that it was very quickly obvious that any kind of retribution retribution or trying. To get justice was not really in the cards right now because she was a complete broken down woman so we shortly thereafter just focused on in getting her head straight and getting therapy and dropping out of school and going through that Whole Process Gabrielle. Left School for about eight months. Her a recovery process was long and difficult is long and difficult today. Gabrielle still has anxiety and it's something that's never going to fully fully go away. Sexual assault the trauma the aftermath. It's something that became a part of DNA. She says chemically changed changed the way she thinks Gabrielle eventually managed to go back to school. She says she was still struggling. But it wasn't like before she picked a major studio art she invested in her friendships and focused on dry. She graduated two years later. She felt like things were finally turning turning.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"Gabriel says she was raped aped in the fall of two thousand thirteen. She finished her year in Spain and then started school at Florida. State University planned. We dropped her off at a few. Do and just wasn't happy. Wool Vega Gabrielle's Dad says when Gabrielle came home from Spain that summer she was in a really bad state. Her parents didn't know what was going on. We couldn't figure out we thought okay. She doesn't she's doesn't like back in the states and we actually read about something about a lot of these kids when they come back. They kind of get depressed about. Having to study abroad we had no idea Gabrielle. Hadn't told her parents is that she had been raped but one hundred. FSU She told her best friend Annamaria who she roomed with that semester. Anna Maria was shocked. I don't even remember what I said. she's the first person and the I know but ever been raped and so when she told me I I think I just was like. Oh my God I'm so sorry And I was hesitant to ask questions. Because I didn't know no if she wanted to talk about it and even though telling Maria felt like start Gabrielle. Just couldn't focus that semester. She would have flashbacks of the night night of her rape. She became paranoid about little things she check under her bed every time she entered her room or locked the front door seven times when she got home. I just would go like four days without talking to someone like I wouldn't even open my mouth and I was just so in my head and I was terrified all the time and I couldn't go to the bathroom I couldn't shower. I couldn't sleep. She wouldn't go to class. I was drinking a lot. She wouldn't do work to do. I was going through my own. Hell I kept on thinking that this is rock bottom like visit and then they would just get worse and worse.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"A few days after the trip. Caprio finally decided to tell someone a friend she'd hung out with everyday and saw MANCA. Someone she trusted. Gabrielle asked her friend to meet her at a cafe. Fa they sat down with coffees. And Gabriel told her she had been raped by her tour guide but her friends reaction was far from what she expected affected. She kind of made. It seem like it was my fault. She kind of made. It seem like I just drank a lot and those things happen. I just kind of accepted it. I kind of just accepted. Data's being okay. Will you know maybe this is my fault. So this friend you told kind of just made you feel like it wasn't it wasn't serious. Yeah I mean I still have text messages just from this person like she thought I was just got drunk and I was taking advantage of and that sucks but what are you gonNa do you know what are you GonNa do. You're going to be afraid of men your whole life I i. That's not like you can't. That's that's ridiculous. Daryl showed me the texts and have to say I couldn't couldn't believe what I was reading made me cringe. There are a Lotta messages back and forth so I won't read all of them but at one point per friend Rights Brielle referring to the rape. You have to embrace it and move on from it because it was a mistake. Gabrielle reminds her friend. Manuel forced himself on her. How could that be a mistake that she made a friend responds? What do you think you can do about it? Press charges never will happen. Gabrielle tells her friend she feels helpless. Her friend writes back. Gabby it's over with let it pass in stop thinking about it. I was looking ver-very guidance. Using a couple of years older than me she lived there for a year before and to be told all that has like all right. Well I just need to kind of get over it and I just think after that I just repressed it. Had you thought at all about maybe going to the police or filing a police report never. I never once thought of doing at least didn't even cross my mind why I don't know that's like honestly the million dollar question I was just scared. I I didn't even think about it. You know like maybe if I was in the United States in that happened to me maybe I would have gone but I didn't even know how to handle handle that situation. You know. There's no playbook and it's just I think I was just trying to survive in. I didn't think that the police are going to help me. I didn't even know. Oh how to say the word rape and Spanish like how far we're going to get with this. You know and after being told like okay. This is probably our fall. You know we. We don't know how seriously rapist taken here by the police like that's it just was not an option for me pretty much. I didn't think about it. I didn't consider it. And you didn't tell your host family. EITHER NO I. I didn't have the words. Gabriel wouldn't have the words for it in Spanish. Finish learn English for a long time. May just kind of shut up after that until years later something happens since that makes Gabrielle. Feel she has no choice but to speak up.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"He's started asking asking us how many people would slept with like in a truth or dare and I remember he asked us to switch shirts. Gabrielle said She didn't want to play. She kept her shirt on. But after those games I remember he took off his pants and his shirt and you know sat in the bed and took a pillow and put it over him which was weird and it was just getting beard but it was also so just like I don't know if you're just getting comfortable in I didn't like eight just it never crossed my mind. This was like a dangerous situation. Caprio was with two other women. She wasn't alone. She kinda just thought it was a weird encounter with someone from a different country At this point. Gabriel says she had had a single glass of champagne. Plus the Heineken. From back at the bar. He poured another glass champagne. And I he don't even I don't even know if I finished it. I just started to get really tired. And there was a cot and I got up from the bed and went to the COT. It and I passed out. I completely fell asleep like dead sleep. Gabrielle says the Dead Sleep was unlike anything. Thanks you've ever experienced. I don't know how much time passed. I have no idea but I woke up When I woke up I was Kinda like haze I felt like he was like I hadn't slept in weeks? It was like this pure kind of exhaustion. I remember getting up in kind of just like putting my hand against the wall and finding my way to the bathroom and I sat on the toilet when you sit on the toilet. It's facing the door and I remember like almost immediately. The door flew open. And I just remember his crotch coming towards me him putting himself in my my mouth and then hitting me. I don't know how long after that I fell to the ground and that's all I remember from it. The next morning the next morning I woke up and I felt Horrible I felt I felt like like sick or just out of I don't know what it was in our felt like I was in pain and my roommates were asleep and I was in the car again and I was in my clothes that wearing the night before and I was just so confused. Gabrielle's says Manuel was gone. She looked down. It's bruises on her knees. She was sore. I just remember being humiliated. Oh you didn't petrified. I didn't know what the hell was going on. Gabrielle couldn't think straight it was like she had drunk two bottles of whiskey the night night before her head cloudy her heart pounding. She didn't have the energy or the time to process what was going on. The bus was leaving to to take them back to Salamanca. She needed to pack up. She gathered her things and rushed onto the lobby with other students. Were waiting to board the bus. She found some artist. Sit Down and I remember. I closed my eyes and the first thing that came to me was that flashback of him opening the door and putting himself often enough and I immediately thought I was going to throw up. He put her stuff in the bus and well was waiting at the door of the bus as we all walked in and he just looked over my head and never acknowledged that I was the person again. Caporale doesn't have memory of the entire assault. While some parts are vivid others are completely blank Gabrielle. Never got a drug test but she now believes men well slipped something into her. Drink that night you you know. I didn't notice it at the time like when he poured the champagne is backed was to us and may being myself now. I kind of think I'm an idiot for not noticing that at the time but even the parts of that night she doesn't remember Brielle says she knows what happened to her. She doesn't want us to include all the details else but she says she could feel it physically. I was amazed.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Motive
"Last time on motive we talked about one of the women who ended up on Gabrielle's spreadsheet she's number fifteen highlighted added in red. She's the only woman who can't tell us what happened to her. I don't know how to say this. But Lauren's dead it was. There's just like time stopped and nothing else mattered anymore. They thought it was just a lack of American student in Spain gene and she had an accident in two thousand fifteen Lorne majority fell off of men wells apartment balcony and died so the investigating the judge ruled it an accident. Her death helped uncover another story about Manuel from. WBZ CHICAGO I'm Candice Michelle. Khan this is motive Episode Two Gabrielle. Vega Just have one question sure How like like how in depth do you want me to get about like what happened? I don't mean from my perspective anything you're willing to share. Yeah so it's really up to you Nothing's GonNa make doc me or US uncomfortable. It's just it's it's what you feel comfortable with. Yeah if that makes sense. The last year I've talked with Gabrielle. Allot left sometimes. Every day as you'll come to find out she's a big part of this story. I want to warn you. You'll hear her talk about. Today's episode is really difficult to listen to the first time I heard it. I felt sick every time I hear it I feel sick. I can't even imagine what it's like for Gabrielle. To talk about it over and over again but she does. It emits the pain and trauma and wishing wishing it would just go away. She'll tell you in no uncertain terms what happened to her and they want you to listen because after years of secrecy the and shame. He's on a mission. He's determined to find justice. It should have been Gabriel's first year of college instead. She decided to do something different. Something adventurous a study abroad year in Salamanca Spain. So while most of her friends were driving up to big college campuses wondering if they rush sorority or which meal plan to choose eighteen year old. Gabrielle was getting ready to move to a foreign country or she didn't know anyone and didn't speak the language a few months into semester. In Spain Gabrielle decided take a weekend trip to Morocco with a tour company called discover excursions. I never been to Africa. It's really intriguing. The visit my budget and I had known people who had traveled with them. I didn't have any second thoughts about it and the owner of discover excursions. Manuel had been leading trips for study abroad students for years. When did you first meet Manuel Blanco? Availa I think it was when we met all the guards. He was the lead guy on my trip. You seemed like is the guy in charge charge so I'm pretty sure I remember him being on the bus. Do you remember what your initial impression was of him. No I mean he wasn't. He wasn't isn't anyone that I really thought of. He was going to take us around. We thought okay cool. And that was the group toward the Blue City Explored Order Beach Town and Tangier went shopping. Local Markets Gabrielle Remembers the Beautiful Mountains lining the sky. You on the last night of the trip. Gabriel and the two women. She was rooming with went to the hotel roof. Top Bar you could see the water from there and it was pretty dark in the bar. I think it had green lights. It was a nicer kind of setting. I think I might have smoked a cigarette on the balcony. I had a Heineken with my roommates and then we went back to the bar to get another drank. I remember that two women will kind of popped up. He was super friendly. I remember what he said to us but it was just casual conversation. He was very attentive tall of us. And you know it was like Oh. Why don't can we go like hang out like we could go to your room and just like I'll get champagne and we can all drink and hang and we all went to the room? Gabriel says Azman. Well got a bottle of champagne import classes for everyone.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Predict how your partner's answered okay, Gabriel at a scale of one to ten what did, Jessica say is her freak number o five Jessica, let's reveal you said for. Jessica Gabrielle say her celebrity hall pass. Barack obama. Out. Not not very good. Real Robin Robinson now or in the day today. Oh, okay. Gabrielle if you were both single Huda Jessica say would have more game out now. Her. It's real. Yes. Jessica, what had got real say is her favorite way of relieving stress facts? Yes. What a Justice as her least favorite thing about social media. Bad commenters. Trolls. Corn people tagged. We will tell you. Ignore the fact that I have a big booty those ones. Things are going inside of things, and it's so close. I'm trying. To go between the two of you got real say is more likely to pick up the dinner check? About anything. Dressing. Let's go to Ashley from Illinois. Ashley, which question. Hi, Andy, my family, and I love you. When I was little, I wouldn't watch Disney literally watched Bronco I love. love, but my sister, did you turn out? Whiteley sane. But normal. Okay. Good. My questions dot gov. Did you ever hear about from Leslie Jones after she complained about not getting her diaper cake time? Oh, yes. She went on Twitter, runabout link ordered this diaper cake. She wanted it delivered next or next day or the day of, but that's not possible, because we don't have like a system where that's possible. So it is a two day delivery. And so she just thought she's got upset about it. You hear about everything, don't you? Yeah. And it's like it's hard because I want people to have the best experience yours. And like it's just it just wasn't actually possible for what she wanted to happen to happen. But I told her it was like tell me in advance and I'll make sure that the thing is delivered when you when you need it anytime Jim pizza said governmental did you.
"gabrielle" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza
"Low Mastery Jostle holds a master's in international politics prior to joining the circus. She worked in the United Nations on human rights issues. She's an Acro Yoga and circus performer. The actually grew up in the Montreal circus. It's quite an amazing story. She's a real deal in. This interview Gabby talks about how she's using. The circus mindset to help people explore their full potential beyond the typical emotional and spiritual boundaries. She talks about the power and importance of movement creativity community and collaboration on our journey into self actualization. This is a really meaningful and captivating discussion. I was really blown away by her intuition and connectedness and her genuine love for humanity. I'm excited for you to listen to this. It was quite inspiring and quite mind expanding It was just beautiful journey of her story. Happy due to This is space for authentic conversations around indigenous wisdom consciousness and wonder we dance with the big questions like who are we. Why are we here? And how do we contribute to a more peaceful and harmonious society? How do we live authentically and fully alive? WanNa thank you for joining me. And Reverence and gratitude today to explore the wonder of the spectacular cosmos that we're all so fortunate to be a part of. I'm jared Gaza and this is no Hey gabby thanks so much for being on the show today. I'm delighted it's been. We've had quite an ordeal getting together because you are not in the US and let's start there paint a little picture. Give a scene. What's what's your scene look like right now. I'm in Colin par in Malaysia on the forty second floor of this beautiful builds angle for the king city. And I've been here for forty eight hours coming in from Bali Indonesia so I've been hopping around in the southeast Pacific With momentum proactive and just seeing the sights of these gorgeous cultures. Yeah just in my living room right now. I'm just an IT mixed teas so excellent took to it. Well so you are all over the place. Every time I follow you online and specifically on instagram quite a bit and see your pictures with floating around all over the world. Where are you where do you? What do you call home base at this point Can I say planet Earth another being cheesy? You could definitely say that I I respect that. Yeah I mean homebase guessing would can be answered depending on what you consider home right like mom and dad are in Ottawa Ontario Canada. As where I grew up Mine home is also Nicaragua. Which is where I did my yoga teacher training and where I learned how to manage my breath and my thoughts and movement so that is where I feel most my home and I'm also home with the circus riot because we're a family were community that will together so it really doesn't matter the location geographically because it really matters the people that I'm traveling with in creating these little sub realities together so home right now here in quantum par but the future news yet to be told for sure beautiful. That sounds wonderful. Well you mentioned the circus. Obviously we can't just walk through that one so let's go back into and obviously read up on you and I know something about your history and your family being in the Montreal circus and so on. How did that impact you? I mean I can see on the on the obvious side and The Akron Circus stuff. Now but how did that impact you even from an emotional standpoint as a kid growing up in that environment Great question it impacted me it. It relates need freed me. I think from the constraints of what was told was normal at school and university in society. In general I definitely was without like the e the negative connotations of the word escape. It definitely allowed with positive connotations of the word escape where I was able to express myself really an authentic LII and at like the weirdest version of myself and it be normal and yeah. I definitely found that with my family. The whole circus game happened started happening when mine might Venezuelan family left Venezuela to go to Canada and the ones that part of my generation ended up really loving the Montreal circus and dabbling a little bit in here doubling little bit in there and then five years later they were touring with Lee said Dwight Lemay or the fingers or they had become professional clowns tore in Canada and telling their story through the clown perspective and that just made circus a part of our lives that ended a part of our normal so emotionally speaking. Yeah it was very freeing growing up with it. Yeah Oh that's beautiful. I obviously I have kids. And the when talking about parenting. It's always been a discussion kind of in the back of my mind. I I don't know I just want to raise them like Peter. Pan like anything's possible and ensure let's do that or where that or whatever and I think that environmental now I recognize from a you know just biological neurological standpoint. How we're influenced by our environment and that's the people in as well as the natural environment and I think that growing up you know in an atmosphere of for my kids. I want them to grow up in an atmosphere. That has some of those dynamics. Even to what you're describing there with the circus and that it's okay to be you to be authentic to be wild. I think are we come into this. World is wild wings and then the world kind of pounds out of US and says No. That's not cool and I think it's beautiful just to hear your story and growing up in that and then obviously we can see where you're at on the other end of this In how it has You've carried on some of that tradition. So now you're creating environments once again on your own in oil with your team in all the other people in the collective creating these environments where people can come and sounds like to have a kind of similar experience to what you appreciate it as a child. Does that sound right? I mean yeah definitely. I'm I'd take inspiration from the things that freed me and allowed me to be my most expensive south growing up. I think we're all really We all take inspiration from our right. We take the things that were a and maybe less than the ones that didn't work so much for us so there is definitely a lot from growing up that has been fused with momentum but I also think that there is a type of relationship happening between the other people Cruise most expensive forms of inspirations from their childhood merged with my own has created. This really really amazing reality and you know I always joke around with Johnny Terezin release avid when Taylor like the people that helped me the most with this that where. It's kind of like being in a romantic relationship. But just without the sex you was making a reality future together and even creating a safe space for other people to be able to thrive within the boundaries of our creation. Right so yeah. So Yeah Yeah can you. That answers your question but oh sure absolutely. I've created lot of projects and been part of projects and stuff over the years and those initial conversations are always so beautiful. I feel like I should capture them on video or something. What was it like when you were creating momentum collective with with all your colleagues your your friends your family and these people that share this perspective in various ways and they share this vision. You guys have a common vision and it's really beautiful. What was it like when you were putting all that together like the thought of this should exist. Let's do it. Let's let a really great question to the honest. My my first instinct to want to save a lot of fun really beautiful. But I don't I wouldn't say one of the easiest thing. Hey I think when people have ideas on creating something that can be described in words but can only be lived through feelings and then trying to describe these feelings in words people get really confused people just like what are you talking about like what do you mean you. WanNa start a space or community where people can do circes to Montreal to do that. You know but it's not more sacred is where we're going to be elevating meditation and Yoga as part of a circus consciousness and people are what what are you talking about. What does that look like? It looked like me being on a beach in Nicaragua watching sunset and talking to one of my really good friends about life. And what we're here to do. And what the whole purpose of this thing is all about and discussing Visiting for future that doesn't exist so it was very much very simple but when I spoke about it with My family my parents were always very supportive. But I don't think they really understood it. I think they understood this year to be honest after cutting. Now they're like okay. Let's see so but it especially with people back home with with the nine to five jobs. In the end the weightings have been set for themselves. It was very hard to comprehend in Until they were able to come live at now were they able to understand but it was. It was very much with one other person and by talking about it and believing getting excited about it than we were able to put ourselves in the path in space and time to meet the other people that are in our lives today. Doing this with US excellent. Do you feel like you have a or had any major influences that that you carry forward with you today. That came either from the circus or family or anything any of these these kind of pivot moments throughout your life. Yeah there's been there's been quite a few of these pivotal moments in my life Definitely mind mother was a big one she left Venezuela when she was eighteen to become a ballerina to pursue her train as.