35 Burst results for "Golan"

Evanta Malbec 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:23 min | 5 months ago

Evanta Malbec 2019

"We've got a very inexpensive wine. The vonda e. v. a. n. t. a. mullebeck twenty nineteen from mendoza argentina. It's from all d. And of course it sells for four dollars and forty nine cents four fifty. They found a way to get a penny under that much. So there you go so it's very cheap wine ma back from mendoza's good. I mean they have a ton of mullebeck rape. There's been years all over the place. You're doing a young lines. Twenty nine thousand nine vintage those wines are plentiful. Those grapes are plentiful so to get a good wine from there isn't unexpected. This puts this wine in at four forty nine this puts in this in the two buck. Chuck charles shaw category. Because he got to pay importer and they got to ship it up margin tina to plug chuck house. We central coast california. It's a little bit. There's some cost associated there that are savings so so i didn't know what to expect with it and it's actually pretty good. It's not a complicated one. What what you get is what you get up bra. It's all the way through the wine put. It's not bad taste is pretty good. It's got some toasty vanilla oak things going on which is which is oak barrel flavoring and at four dollars and forty nine cents. I doubt if they entry used barrels they are kind of expensive. And there's no room in poor forty nine wind for that and there's other ways you can get oak flavoring in and at four for you. Don't care been whatever way they used to get that labor there. It's much appreciate emmett. Take a sip. It's kinda smooth. It's scannel medium bodied. it's got really rich. Black cherry flavor scott. Some black pepper's sop spice. Maybe maybe some cranberry towards the end of it. You know no midfeld like that but it does taste good. It's four forty nine people in europe place where they drink wine bottle wine with their every meal every lunch. Dinner only moved a couple of euros for those those wives. I mean they're made go with know. Pay four forty nine for their wines. So you know when you think about that. You shouldn't be surprised when a wine that's very expensive tastes pretty good and and not being complex. This would go with burgers pizza. You know chicago got we have als beep beep or for tillers would another place where struggled to have this one rack that would make make gay ordinary a dinner even better minute drinks fight on its own. Sometimes food. wine doesn't drink that great because it's not meant to drink graves spent bear with putin and this actually from four forty nine kind of handles both things. If there's a lot of mullebeck some good wineries and argentina the entry level mullebeck. That are really good. And i wouldn't put this up there with the best of the wineries foot as a four forty nine mall beckett actually is fine. I mean if you're at a budget you know you're having a party four bottles of this for twenty bucks in home. People are not going to complain. You ask you how much the wind class golan's guessing four fifty good

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The Celtics are "gonna love" Tristan Thompson

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

01:07 min | 6 months ago

The Celtics are "gonna love" Tristan Thompson

"You know, I think we're still look at the cellphone right now. How are they going to be? I mean a lot has got you Tristan Thompson comes in. I think he comes in and elevates your game defensively, you know as much as I love woke answer as a a rebounder Tristan Thompson is just as good rebounding the basketball but he's much better defensively on a question. I talk to Jim troubles about this how many times do we see off when cancer was playing against Miami and dragash? They would make that switch a drug is in cancer to get. Oh my God, it was a it was a foul waiting to happen, especially cuz when you get in on the slope and that pick-and-roll, I mean he would just get torched. Yeah. Yeah, and and that's something that you can't do that with Thompson Thompson is very good. I talked to my My buddy Jim Jones who is my counterpart with Cleveland and dust radio form. He played there for a while. He said you're going to love Tristan Thompson in the annex. The Golan is in now. It's a man. We just on the floor. He's all about business. Yeah,

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Turkey Jails Hundreds for Life Over 2016 Coup Attempt

PBS NewsHour

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Turkey Jails Hundreds for Life Over 2016 Coup Attempt

"Today In Turkey, a court found hundreds of defendants guilty of taking part in 2016 failed coup attempt. A total of 475 defendants have been on trial for three years more than 300 were given life in prison. Sweeping trial was part of a government crackdown that's jailed Thousands. Relatives of the convicted insisted today that many are innocent. No, But you said Mr Daley Aroma Muslim Brahmin. They were convicted today for life despite not participating in the coup attempt, despite fighting against the coup by locking themselves in a room to avoid aiding the two efforts. They were very young when they were thrown in prison. 24 25 now they're convicted for life. How do you explain this in the spirit of justice? Turkish President Richard Tie affair. The one accuses the clerics that to the Golan of orchestrating the uprising. Glenn is based in the United States and denies any involvement.

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Trump Administration Labels Movement To Boycott Israel 'Anti-Semitic'

Morning Edition

03:36 min | 7 months ago

Trump Administration Labels Movement To Boycott Israel 'Anti-Semitic'

"Martin. The clock is running out on the Trump administration. But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is making pro Israel policies that could last after he's gone. Pompeo has spent a couple of days in Israel this week and in areas under Israeli occupation, which is a controversial move in and of itself, and he is stepping up U. S support for Jewish settlements. That could complicate things for the incoming Biden administration. NPR's Daniel Estrin joins us Now from Jerusalem, Daniel Good morning. Good morning. So, as you know, everywhere, a top U. S official goes in the Middle East is seen as symbolic in some way by some party, Which is why these itineraries air so carefully planned. Having said that it with that context, Where has Pompeo gone? A lot of symbolic places. First of all, he visited the museum affiliated with the U. S evangelicals, and he was the most senior U. S official to visit the Golan Heights, which Israel annexed from Syria, and most countries do not recognize that but the Trump administration has. He also was the most high that the highest ranking U. S official to visit an Israeli settlement in the West Bank. He visited an Israeli settler winery, which has a wine label called Pompeo. That's an honor of pump. Oh, saying that Jewish settlements in the West Bank are legitimate. Now. Activists point out that the vineyards of that settlement winery are on lands that Palestinian land owners say are there's Thea's Railly, who runs the winery lives in a home on a Palestinian landowner's property, they say, so there's even an Israeli demolition order on on that home. And the bigger context. Most countries say that the very presence of Israeli settlements on occupied land violates international law and hurts the chances of Palestinians being able to establish their own state there. But Pompeo signed the winery guestbook, referring to the West Bank by its biblical name. He sees this as the land of the Bible, and there's speculation he's thinking about a presidential run in 2024. So perhaps these visits can help him with evangelical voters. It's not just where he's going right. It's what he's saying to he's announcing new new policies. That's right. He made two new Decorah declarations. He said that a pro Palestinian movement to boycott Israel is anti Semetic. Now, most or many U. S. States have passed laws against these kinds of Israel boycotts and some boycott supporters. Say that Israel should not exist as a Jewish state boycotters say this anti Semitic label is wrong and an attempt to delegitimize a nonviolent protest in support of Palestinians. Of the second declaration that Pompeo made is that when the U. S imports products like wines, for instance, from Jewish settlements in the West Bank, they must be labeled as made in Israel. Now the West Bank is not Israel. Israel has not officially annexed those lands. But here again, Pompeo is siding with the Israel's claims to the land. So how how is all this going to box in the incoming Biden administration? Pompeo is clearly trying to cement you know his view and the administration's view of settlements before leaving office, And this does point put Biden in a bind. One Israeli settler leader compared it to chests and Pompeo declaring check. So now it's Biden's move. He has opposed settlement expansion, and if he reverses these policies that could lead to tensions with Israelis. Of course, Pompeii was not the only one trying to influence the Biden administration. Now I should mention that Palestinians themselves are taking steps to create warm relations and the Palestinians just re established security and economic ties with Israel that could Be something that buy them would would recognize and and

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Pompeo on Golan Heights: ‘This is a part of Israel, and a central part of Israel’

NBC Nightly News

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Pompeo on Golan Heights: ‘This is a part of Israel, and a central part of Israel’

"Overseas secretary of state. Mike pompeo step into controversy visiting the disputed west bank and golan heights firmly taking israel's side in the long conflict over those territories with more on that here's andrea mitchell. Today secretary of state. Mike pompeo trying to make it harder for the president elect to reverse the trump foreign policy becoming the highest ranking. Us official to set foot in an israeli settlement land. The palestinians also claim in the west bank settlements can be done in a way that are lawful and appropriate and improper another. First pompeo. Also visiting the golan heights. Viewed by most of the world has occupied syrian land. president trump recognized. The previous presence refused to do that. This is a part of israel in the central part of israel

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Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit Israeli settlement, labels boycotts anti-Semitic

Mike Gallagher

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit Israeli settlement, labels boycotts anti-Semitic

"Secretary of State Pompeo, visiting Israel says the U. S. Will regard the Palestinian led boycott movement is anti Semitic and will cut support to any organization taking part in the movement. BBC is your landed. Nell is in Jerusalem. It follows Mr Pompeo, saying last year that settlements weren't necessarily illegal under international law breaking from decades of U. S foreign policy. Palestinian leaders called the plan a provocation and said it would set a dangerous precedent that already been protests. It's also suggested that Mr Pompeo will go to the Israeli occupied Golan Heights. Which was officially recognized by Washington is part of Israel on his watch, and Pompeo is visited at Israeli West Bank settlement, becoming the first top

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Israel strikes Syrian, Iranian targets in Syria, military says

Richard Eeds

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Israel strikes Syrian, Iranian targets in Syria, military says

"Say they have sent another message to Iran. That message came in the form of air strikes in Syria that killed several military personnel, according to reports. Israeli military officials say the strike's targeted Iranian forces operating in Syria as well a Syrian defense installations. The strikes were ordered after Israeli soldiers found explosive devices along their border with Syria in the occupied Golan Heights. I'm Bill's emperor. Astronomers want to put

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Israel strikes Syria, killing 3 troops, after finding bombs

Hugh Hewitt

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Israel strikes Syria, killing 3 troops, after finding bombs

"Israeli warplanes struck Iran back targets in Syria overnight after troops uncovered roadside bombs along the frontier and the Golan Heights from Jerusalem. The VCs, Yolanda Nelle and Israeli military spokesman said Fighter jets hit eight targets, including arms depots, military headquarters and surface to air missile batteries. Western intelligence sources suggest Israel has stepped up strikes on Syria this year with Washington's approval in an effort to check Iran's military reach. The Israeli military spokesman said Three explosive devices were found near an Israeli military position in the Golan Heights on Tuesday on that they were planted on Iranian orders. Israel rarely acknowledges or discusses such military operations. With this time, officials appear anxious to publicize the discovery of the bombs and the retaliatory strikes as a message to Iran and its proxy

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Overwatch League: MuZe picked up by LA Gladiators

Blackwatch Report

01:08 min | 8 months ago

Overwatch League: MuZe picked up by LA Gladiators

"On saturday more positive news muse formerly of technically attornal academy but also before that talent and currently played on two hundred. Ms the cream team playing in contenders was officially picked up today. Like not even more than an hour ago to the la gladiator. So get another big. Call up here A player that we didn't get too much opportunity to see because two hundred. Ms first off. Because they're playing two hundred milliseconds ping did not do particularly well in na contenders but that doesn't necessarily mean he's not going to be a good player. Some people are really hyped on this pickup. I am still a little. Like i haven't seen too much great things from him in recent years not years but like in recent times But like back in the day he was really good. I think this was Town when they went to the golan did super duper well there so i think he's a solid player. I think he just had some rough goes recently. So that turns out well. I can wear my. La gladiators hoodie again.

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Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 16

The Moratorium

03:17 min | 8 months ago

Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 16

"Or Bose Davidson whatever you. WanNa call it Yeah and the reason why I chose this is my second film. Today is because Bows Davidson, our boas whatever you WANNA call him. I think, I think you're right. But he also directed the last American Virgin Okay with a girl from twin peaks with the girl from twin peaks and Diane Franklin as well. But if you look down on that list also, Brian Peck, who was the director of the willies the writer and director is also in last American Virgin while and that was not planned I did not follow this movie to get to that movie somehow it just happened to have a weird coincidence. Weird Yeah I had no idea that Scuz- wrote directed at those crazy but it's the only thing they ever let him do. So right at that. Okay. You're done bows or boas whatever you WANNA call him and we gotta find out we really do the sky has been around for awhile. He's produced a ton of films the other to the Golan Globus skies probably just like Oh yeah. They just mountains of cocaine just we'll see what we can put together He directed a movie called Hot Bubblegum. Not Even GonNa read it sounds disgusting in his producing credits you're you're looking at all. A Weird Shit Ya. I don't know where to start. But a lot of horror stuff to walk pos spiders to breeding ground. replicant which I think we've talked about before that. Now that was a van Damme movie yeah. No Code of conduct that is a Golan Globus film. Okay. Sure. Yeah. And hold on a second holy Shit Sorry. Should not have brought that up no code of conduct was written and directed by Bret Michaels of poison. Why? I shouldn't have clicked on that Charlie Sheen and Martin. Shane marked the Costas. I'm sorry. Paul gleason courtney gains I should not click on that I. Apologize Everyone please just fast forward this podcast for another three or four minutes because I'm not going to be able to stop talking about this for a few. So just fast forward and. Put like a child walk on it or. Bret michaels. You should be should be ashamed of your so I should. But there's a ton of movies that this guy did but he also did a bunch of the Rambeau Shit I. Mean he produced I thought they were like three or four Rambos, but there's so much shit. I'm Kinda blind with how much has on there's probably five ramble. and. I could beginning him mixed up with somebody else to you now disregard this. I'm glad we don't have to try to say his name anymore the x

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Data privacy careers: A passion for learning

Cyber Work

03:00 min | 10 months ago

Data privacy careers: A passion for learning

"Lot of our listeners, the main slant of cyber cyber. Listener, working out what type of careers they want to enter? So I wanted to sort of. You. Know some of the career steps that you took to get to the position you're at now what types of positions experiences skills learning that you need to do to become a chief innovation officer? The sort of past signposts. Yeah. Well it certainly. Routes that is decided in wake up one morning any number of years ago. A vats where I want to be specific ob although you know it was it was in general arena if you would. Terms of getting to that place a large part of by. Three quarters of my my career path was very much on the practitioner side of the House. So let's say I was actively. Putting together the programs in medium security solutions to solve problems directly for the business. So in this capacity, it's it's. A lot of the skills learned from there kind of blow it out to do on a larger scale for for numerous organizations hundreds of. Thousands written that scale, and so some of the things that really helped me along the way was a very. Very, early understanding of technology and its interconnection point. So I. Don't know that everyone needs to necessarily you know the the different layers of the model, but it's helpful. Know that everyone needs to to know how to programs, but certainly advocate for it and so you know picking up those types of deep technology skill sets along the way along with the swerve just managerial skill sets. You know by the time you talk about you might position on is very helpful but. I still spend a lot of time learning a lot of time learning and I think not so much what? What the steps were to get here so much as the steps to to be good at what one does win they're they're not does require constant learning. So you programming for example. So I've been I've been getting my hands dirty in learning. Golan, for example. I'm actually really enjoying that Trying to think. Spent a Lotta time working with it. We've got a number of data scientists on the team in, and there are some new concepts in theories that spent the last two years really getting very deep into an understanding how how they operate you know how adversarial networks are created in those different types of emo models or building Sarah. I think the the easy easy. The short answer is regardless of where you want to end up I think it has to be A. Passion so much so that you have to enjoy getting really deep into the study of it as opposed to just the practice of it, but that does need to be be healthy balance of both studied MMG this. Yeah.

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Enes Kanter: Enemy of the State

ESPN Daily

04:58 min | 11 months ago

Enes Kanter: Enemy of the State

"Jeremy SCHAAP WE'RE GONNA talk to and his canter himself later in this episode. But I I wanted to talk to you specifically because you did cover kanter story really in depth for sixty last year, and by now I suppose a lot of American Mba fans are vaguely aware that cantor is deep into this long-running feud with the government of Turkey, his native country. But most fans also probably couldn't explain what that viewed is actually about. So let's start off broadly because protests of all kinds have become kind of relatively commonplace in the NBA. What about kanter situation here mixed the so unique. Well Here. We have well established NBA player. Who is one of the most famous athletes his country's ever produced? Who cannot go back to his native country because he is someone who has every reason to believe if he set foot on Turkish soil now? You'll be arrested. Or that? Physical harm would come to him. And his canter made a decision a long time ago. that he would be a vocal outspoken in highly visible opponents of the Turkish government would sees him as nothing less than its enemy. And so what are the roots of this conflict between cantor and his home country? It's very simple and also very complicated. It's simple in the sense that cantor is persona non grata because he is a supporter. Of a man named Fatullah Doolan. Who is Muslim cleric whose lived in the United States last twenty, one years, and at one time was very close ally of president of Turkey but there has been a falling out between the two men and the respective movements. Over the course of the last decade aired one has been ruling in an increasingly authoritarian way. Silencing his critics, intimidating critics locking up opponents of his government's he's believed that Fatullah NHS movement has had too much power and he believes that ghoulish followers had too much influence particularly in the judiciary civil service in the police and that they have been working to undermine him grueling and air to honor now sworn enemies nemeses of each other. In an his canter as a supporter of Fatullah doolan vocal one at that. is considered by many intricacy as kind of traitor. How does cantor even get involved in this in the first place like you just described? An extreme religious political situation how does he end up taking side in this? Well, he's someone who grew up in fact as part of Fatullah Goulding's movement. The Movement had established schools by most counts, very good schools, not just in Turkey, but around the world and his cancer is someone who was educated in the schools someone who was associated with the movement as tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of Turks have been over the last several decades. Now, as an adult kanter has continued to follow the teachings of Fatullah, Golan, who has promoted a moderate form of Islam in NS is certainly one of if not his most prominent supporter. So Jeremy described a dispute between two men who knew each other well, the president of Turkey Air Lan and this cleric Fatullah Golan now struggling for control of the country. And the date July Fifteenth Two thousand sixteen is a really pivotal one in this story. So what happened on that day roughly four years ago now? The details are still now for years later. Unclear in some respects. But what we can say is that there was an attempt to seize power in Turkey. By some elements of the military, we are coming on the air with breaking news and apparent military coup. Now, unfolding in Turkey Turkish state television has been seized by the military martial law imposed across the country. After a few hours, the coup was beaten back several hundred people died. And prison air to one immediately laid the blame at the feet of Fatullah Golan and his supporters.

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Call of Duty 2020 Teaser Site Updates With Cold War References

Latest In Tech News

04:30 min | 11 months ago

Call of Duty 2020 Teaser Site Updates With Cold War References

"Call of duty twenty, twenty teaser site updates with cold war references and code to unlock a door in warzone. Keep in mind. The next teaser takes place tomorrow August fifteenth. Now, all the official reveal of call of duty twenty twenty has yet to happen. It's teaser site now features cold war references a hint of things to come and even a code that unlocks get this a door in call of duty warzone. What is his store? Where is it? What are the numbers? We got all those juicy details in this article if you over to pond takes pawn dot com slash TV you'll be greeted by old television set VCR, phone, Chesapeake, and computer. If you're wondering the videos here if you like I need to show notes. News Gadget, Dot Net, and then you could just click on the article. You can click on link we'll take you there The, TV displays static. But if you click on a VHS tape above the VCR with nineteen, sixty, one, sixty, two. A video appears onscreen with real life footage of JFK space race, the civil rights movement to Cuban missile crisis the crisis and more as the video continues to play certain numbers will flash on screen including thirty seven. Twenty five in forty eight additionally, the VCR will occasionally flashed a text. WBZ Hyphen H, six, hyphen, four, nine, two, eight, five, one, six, three. At Charlie, Intel on twitter followed these developing teases closely and it was discovered that the h six in the above code was a reference to the farmland location and call it duty warzone players including procedures key use the code from VCR that being four, nine, two, eight, five, one, six, three on a door farmhouse had a keypad and it hit a secret room with further clues. Where did it go? Oh While let's find out. Here it is. He founded. Punching numbers. Where is it going or it Golan? Let's take a look. The door opens. Are Som-, and that's all I can show. I know I mean. But this is I can't I can only show so much Some of the documents found in the room included a list of chemical components and Chemical compounds sorry and references to W-a-n-n-a, which was a US counterintelligence program that helped decrypt messages from the Soviet Union. There are five by five mattresses that use to decipher these codes and they make reference to other warzone locations including quarry born bone yard, and prison. Furthermore, two codewords. Zephyr in Trident were written on two of the documents and if you're wondering, do we have the documents? Yes they are eight here. Blow the TV. There is a sticky note that has tangled web an EMC to written on it, and if you go to those associated pages, it takes two to other pages with more INFO. And it's interesting. Know your history. It has been revealed. Arrested document has been redacted. All we got on day two. There are four more redacted lines possibly stating what we getting a new clue everyday until potential reveal possibly of Kala Duty Twenty, twenty on Wednesday August nineteenth. No Way. No Way I'm looking at this on Article Interesting interesting interesting while we officially are still wondering what in the world is going to be going on with call of duty twenty twenty. We do know one thing it is being developed by TRIARC and Raven software and will integrate with call of duty warzone. So. See. What happens what do you guys think? What are these clues? What are they trying to tell us? Where is this going to go? What kind of information can we be expecting at us? Even, know.

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Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria

Doctor Health Radio Show

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria

"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned both Syria and Lebanon that Israel will hold each accountable for any attack on the country emanating from their territory. He was referring to a spike in tensions along both borders. On Friday, shrapnel hit a car and a building in the Israeli held Golan Heights. Apparently a Syrian air defenses attempted to down and Israeli drone. In the Lebanon The Shiite Hezbollah militia has been hinting it will seek revenge after one of its fighters died last week in an air strike against the target in Syria, Hezbollah and others have blamed the attack on Israel. The Israeli military moved an infantry battalion to the Lebanese border in anticipation of trouble.

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Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria

Purity Products

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria

"Are rising between Israel and some of her neighbors. The media lines Lawrence Rifkin has more Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned both Syria and Lebanon that Israel will hold each accountable for any attack on the country emanating from their territory. He was referring to a spike in tensions along both borders. On Friday, shrapnel hit a car and a building in the Israeli held Golan Heights. Apparently a Syrian air defenses attempted to down and Israeli drone in the Lebanon The Shiite Hezbollah militia has been hinting it will seek revenge after one of its fighters died last week in an air strike against the target in Syria, Hezbollah and others have blamed the attack on Israel. The Israeli military moved an infantry battalion to the Lebanese border in anticipation of trouble. I'm Lawrence Rifkin Town Hall News Jerusalem

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Raise Your Frequency & Tune-up Your Energy With Crystal Singing Bowls With Colin Hillstrom

My Seven Chakras

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Raise Your Frequency & Tune-up Your Energy With Crystal Singing Bowls With Colin Hillstrom

"Once up action tribe here host and founder of mice, Chaka's my seven Corales dot com, the show where we help you expedients, effortless healing awakening, and Barnes today's episode we go deep into conversations and discussions about sound healing, one of our most favorite topics, raising levels of consciousness, letting off stock emotions, and the power of immersing yourself in healing sound, but before diving in. I'd like to remind you that. I have recently released a twenty page document that outlines some of my favorite Whiz, my tried and tested with to raise my wife rations and feel better a worst immediately, so if you'd like to check that out for that free download, my seven juxtapose dot com forward slash feel better now. Mice showed US dot com slash. Feel better now and get your pdf download all right, so let's bring on our special guest for today's. Golden Hills from is an innovator and practitioner specializing in alchemy. Sound Healing For archetype consciousness coaching advanced light meditation and transmission homeopathy. Believes that continually growing once awareness, understanding and knowledge of the chucker system is a most practical way for living a more balanced alliance, successful and Fulfilling Life Colin created his first full time wellness center in nine, hundred, ninety four, and has studied and certified on various. Mazda practitioners, including Dr, Ryan, or banners, and would renowned sound healer and Inuit Sherry, Edward, so as you can imagine topics for today are going to be in and around sound and vibration, frequency and healing in consciousness, and you're gonNA. Really enjoy today's conversation so Golan welcome to our show, and are you ready to inspire? Yes I am thank you. Thank you very much for having me on the show and Yes, ready to inspire is all about that right? I mean a lot of people talk about. On spirituality and social growth, and all sort of things and And those conversations can become quite hetty often approach from a left brain kind of side. The question at the end of the day's would actually we inspired you today, and that's what he wants about being letting Spiridon, and and really living by inspiration, though yes ready to inspire today, you Betcha. Absolutely and also listeners for some context as you probably know most of the guests that I've interviewed in the past activity, ninety percent of our business in the US. and. Especially since I am in a very conscious and you know spinach centered place. Vancouver was to reach out to some of the experts and visionaries and healers in the vicinity, and perhaps having person conversations with them, and so calling is actually bist into Victoria, not far from Vancouver, and this is me going in the direction of connecting with amazing people locally, and then, if possible, now that's a hint having in percent of us with folks in my community about healing about sound about frequency. Right so super excited about this session collapse. We can start with your childhood. What was it like growing up in your husband? And where did you grow up? I grew up near Hamburg Germany Two years old when I immigrated to Canada. and. So, what was it like growing up? I grew up in a very small city of about forty thousand people between Hambleton over. A city that has no post. Post secondary education, though virtually everybody after great thirteen, the Germans middle different from the Canadian like after great for you begin to specialize the either day in the General School, the Middle School until grade, ten or you early on Tuesday academic route Nicole was called high school, which is basically great, five hundred, thirteen, leading towards post secondary education. So virtually all my friends including myself degrade thirteen. We went somewhere else because there was no other place to study and I studied. At the university, of Munich for a year while it's actually not really quite true I enrolled in. In our school of law at the University of Munich, I went to one lecture and I thought that everybody else was like. Advanced compared to me and I decided to drive truck for year instead of going to university so I did that. And then I decided to study business administration and I enrolled at the University of Hamburg. I went to a few lectures. Derek got few credits and just couldn't wait for my ticket to leave. Germany, I was Prior to that thirteen years old spent a Lotta Time in France on exchange program. That's. That was A. That was very. Informative for me that Germany's a place that's really know for tunnel vision, and that's just very dramatic. Way is just like you basically almost like you just have blinders around yourself dislike like a horse. Pulling a cart in a way and that's in a way. That's the dramatic way of seeing you'd think of the way geographic on Germany's a wedge between East, and West Germany. That's just like the mind. Develop Sideway, though when I was thirteen years old I got the opportunity to do a debate in an exchange program. The French student and that was kind of my first. And my mind that there was also. A different wages. And absolutely loved it, and I remember like being We as a family are my host family I would go out with a with a fisherman on the little fisher boat are hardly tours and I thought to myself at the two year old. When I'm old. Enough I'M GONNA leave this place Germany, and I'm going to move to France on. We're GONNA become a fisherman. and they went over seventeen or eighteen years old. I thought I can't wait to get away from here

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Israel approves funding for new 'Trump Heights' settlement

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Israel approves funding for new 'Trump Heights' settlement

"Sin the Israeli government approving funding for settlement that's going to be named after Donald Trump the country's cabinet approved two point three million dollars in funding to start building trump's heights in the Golan Heights the move comes on the heels of trump's decision to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights last March that's a B. C. news radios

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Israel approves funding for new 'Trump Heights' settlement

Behind Closed Doors

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Israel approves funding for new 'Trump Heights' settlement

"The Israeli government is approving funding for a settlement that will be named after Donald Trump the country's cabinet approved two point three million dollars in funding to start building trump's heights in the Golan Heights the move comes on the heels of trump's decision to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights in March the settlement has a population of about ten and is over thirty

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"golan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"golan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Area and We knew each other over twitter beforehand and and it was at a conference where we could be like minded people in. You know all that kind of keeps rolling and rolling and rolling. Most recently the con happened and here is a community a giant community of of makers and online producers and everything getting together and it's like. Yep this is it like we all all these different makers and and workers operate within their own environment but there is a community in that environment. Oddly where you're not directly connected and it's it's because of the Internet yeah Yeah all these places where you can go and talk to people who don't get bored. When you're you know discussing rimmer angles right. Have a three hour conversation on draw. Knife geometry. Signed ME UP. Right. I'm a I'm a hobbyist woodworker. I'm married to a nurse. Practitioner I work. It for an engineering firm like whereas my outlet exactly. Yeah and you know like talking about that last question. Like what's the biggest stumbling block lack of role models? I mean that's one of the best things about the Internet. There are tons of people out there showing than you know. You can be anybody and you can do this and I think that as long as you can like search and find someone who looks like you were feels like you or someone who you can relate to. Who's doing the thing? It just makes have much easier to try it. Yes yes it does and then there are like you that humbleness all so anyway going dern it. How long have you been woodworking seriously? How long has it been so? I just celebrated my three year anniversary. Oh my God yes yes yes no. Oh well oh well it's been three years. I've done nothing else shirked all other responsibility things in my life. Yeah I understand that Boy But That's amazing that's amazing so so so if anybody else would like to be humbled so aspen where can I find you on the Internet? You can find all of my weird would doodles on Aspen underscore Golan on ID or you can check out my website. Ascalon DOT com fantastic. And Sean What About Yourself I'm on instagram. At under views of the eight as well as twitter and facebook if you are old well luckily I'm not old because you can find me. Art Dot Com on instagram. The only social media platform that matters and with that that just about wraps it up for this show. So if you haven't already please subscribe to the show on.

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"golan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

14:08 min | 1 year ago

"golan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Welcome to the modern woodworkers association. A podcast about woodworking from folk. Who would work? Woodworking is what we do who we are and what we like to talk about so join us as we have a drink. Sit around and talk woodworking. Hi Welcome to the two hundred eighty six episode of the Modern Woodworkers Association podcast. I'm Kyle Barton of K Barton tools and I'm here with my co host. Sean was new ski of the Corner. Workshop Tonight Asking Espanola Golan the five questions asking an Aspen. The that's a little tongue. I didn't see it coming but there was. Yeah there was yes. Yes so start off and So how did you get into woodworking? I stumbled blind directly into it done about every other craft that you can think of and woodworking always just seemed. I don't know a little bit outta reach a little bit too hard especially when you're talking about furniture and I don't know I think I finally just felt like I wanted the challenge. So they didn't want in your family ever dabble in woodworking. My Mom's dad who I never met maidens tiny little bureaus. That are all over the house. We're building a little drawers. And that as far as I know is the only real woodworking in my family history but on my dad's side Going back a few generations. They're all inventors and optical engineers and so I did grow up in my grandfather's shop turning and Making weird stuff out of glass you you know. I mean being an inventor they know there's no ceiling on the medium or the method of connection. Yeah those incredibly fund will. That is interesting. Kinda Kinda does You know all the work you're doing now with glass mirrors and your family have an optical invention background so that's kind of interesting. I kind of serious playfulness. I think when it comes material. Yeah very cool. So we'll we'll focus on woodworking. But what is your favorite tool? I used to say that it was a card scraper. Because I just love that this you know pretty nondescript piece of metal can be so effective but that was before I got the Caleb. Jane's Round Spoke Shave I guess about a month and a half ago and man. I mean there's just. There's certain parts of Windsor chairs that I used to just have to put down my edge tool and cards grape or file and now yeah straight on edge tool the whole way and it's just incredible just fits so perfectly so gorgeous. Lee made sometimes I just look at it? Look at it. Yes uh-huh yeah. Yeah I got one of those two I think mine's an apple and it is a gorgeous gorgeous tool. Yeah and it's so useful to yeah we had. I had caleb on A few months ago on the show and And he was kind of surprised because I said I found it very intuitive. Use It Wow most people don't find it. That into a different idea. Did any time to pick it up so I don't know maybe it's just was using before but you know baby struggled with that for a little while really. Yeah like move. Slow like read the instructions. It comes with instructions. Well it's got a little bit of an of a you know a flick of the wrist to end same way out of the cut at the end. Sort of like a rolling pin which is very different from misspoke shaved and so's it was just Yeah it took. It took me a second to wrap my head around it. Maybe I'm just weird that way. Way To be weird. Oh but anyway. Yeah Yeah and then. He's got a new traffic coming out in a few months. Yes yes he's working on a traveller designed. That looks kind of interesting so so I told him. Yeah thanks thanks for coming up with that. My billfold just got a lot lighter. I think I'm I mean only have three travelers to clair's in another one and so I want to players and I love it. When is it enough though? Ever a probably not smoking like yeah so with that. Who has influenced you the most in your woodworking. I think that is such a question to answer. I mean I think aesthetically. I'm not really drawn to work. That was made it before people were signing their pieces. So I I love old. Pilgrim chests. I love folk carving and I know that that doesn't bear a lot of resemblance to the kind of work that I've been making lately but I just I find like such inspiration in the in the honesty and immediacy of that work and I find it really touching But I think as far as far as you know people who are alive today concern it has to be a three way tie between Lance Patterson the sort of the the wizard of the North Bennet Street woodworking. I mean he's just one of the strangest most beautiful creatures. Is You know about my height which is like five to. He has hair down to his shoulders and he mumbles most of the time that that guy knows everything about furniture and he can sketch a Cabriolet with his eyes closed. I mean he's just he's like honestly an inspiration. And then Steve Brown who one of the most technically incredible makers that? I know so careful so della kit. He also teaches at North Bennet. Then that Dork. Peter Albert Him who also teaches northbound on occasion. I mean his just stuff that Pete says just with being honest the alike. I am still in class with him. Sometimes when I'm making chairs because the way that he's able to phrase stuff I mean it just it resonates and Dick's and it's useful and then you know honestly a lot of a lot of just sort of life advice. Remember one of the things he said to me when I was stressing out about what job to take when I was wondering if I should go to penn lender not and he said he's like Aspen. We we make for the privilege to keep making. That's the whole goal and so just keeping that in mind has helped me a lot of moments when I'm trying to decide where to go with this. You know career. Just make for the privilege to keep making and don't get sucked down weird rabbit holes. Exactly Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's he's a great guy. He's a fantastic guy and Yeah and a natural teacher just complete natural at it. Yeah so the next question. What has been your biggest stumbling block? It's a really good question I think it I mean it took me a long time to have the courage to get into the field of craft. I think that the thing that I struggled with the most was just. I didn't have any role models in craft No one in my family did it. Didn't have any friends who were crafting for a living who are making furniture for a living. Who are really making things for a living and it just. It seemed like a really dangerous thing to do and I know I know my parents did not want me to do it They were not pleased when I enrolled in North Bennet and Yeah I mean I think sometimes just trying to picture your own future in a field can be the hardest thing once you get started. It's really not that scary but just committing yourself to it and it was hard for me. But I couldn't be happier that I did. Yeah absolutely I mean I while I have My maternal grandfather was an engineer. I don't know that there's any engineers in my family now. Having said I do not have an engineering degree but I work in an engineering field and and it's it was kind of one of those opportunities of intellect that I kind of was like kind of going towards anyway and and then but it it was a little odd in the same in the same way like no one else knows what I'm doing. No one else has relation to what I'm doing so is a bit of a leap hat. Like what is this? Career actually look like right right? Yeah I have no idea. And it's it's it's so I think it's so common but to me. It was the first day in there. I said I don't punch a clock. Yeah what what you've and that was a foreign concept to me and I mean I've I've learned on since I ben but yeah I like. That's that's huge. Yeah just being able to picture yourself doing it. I think Yeah can keep you away from it for much longer than necessary. Yeah there's a lot of wisdom in that statement actually. A lot of wisdom says the retired Guy. Anyway you know I can't help. It didn't start when you were twenty one working for the same great state run organization. Jim Planet I can't wait to retire. It sounds great. Yeah actually and then I got into this Jig making business and I think it's Them more time doing that. It's like someday I'm GonNa make some chairs But anyway with that So how has the Internet influence your work? I mean I think specifically instagram has made me feel like I'm part of the community. Then when you're alone in your shop which is you know how most of us live our lives. it's easy to forget that there is this you know big world of people yes usually all isolated and had worked across the country. But I mean there's all these people who are doing the same thing that you're doing and who are interested in this. You know boring weird. You know the object that you're trying to make you know and and they're they're just look at this conversation just as interested in these like technical rabbit holes right. I think that being able to you know either. Just sort of INSTAGRAM's stock people and get to see what they're doing or to directly connect with people who otherwise would never get a chance to meet hugely inspirational for me and you know just throw out again being a woman in the field. It's like I will go a long long time without meeting another lady making weird stuff and it's incredibly nice to be able to just open up my phone and and see it and feel like. Oh no there's actually like a a pretty solid group all living the same life and struggling with the same things and yeah I mean I think I think that keeps me going on at the time. I think that's something that's also come out of the Internet. Especially Diversity woodworkers you know. Let's talk about specifically women woodworking is. I think they've always been there But I think through instagram and through a lot of these You know things like fine. Woodworking live in different conferences. I think you really been able to see more and more women in the craft so to speak you know in the national magazines in the national literature and the national conferences than you ever have before with. You know I think over the last ten years you know and not only that but the younger people that are getting into it Sean were you at the would work in. America conference where they had. This big thing that our craft is about to die. That was about our no ten years ago. Yeah no I think I did. Yeah they had this big symposium I don't think I actually attended it but I did hear about it but Biggs oppose him as part of the the conference about you know. What can we do to get younger? Woodworkers in there and then what two years the the maker cray started in an end. It's just been incredible. You know last last year is the amount of you know. People people in their You Know Teenage Years. Twenties and thirties getting into woodworking. So it's it's actually been great so I think part of that and of course with that comes a lot more diversity in craft Yeah I I I think thankfully. The story hasn't changed a ton and last years or so. You know e. Oh when I met you kyle. It was in suburban Cincinnati area and We knew each other over twitter beforehand and and it was at a conference where we could be like minded people in..

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"golan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

14:21 min | 1 year ago

"golan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Out it's out. Yeah it should be fine. Should be fine. Thanks we'll speak out of square I mentioned last time I start. Combos was out of Square Combo Square so I did. I did finally context and Exchanged some emails and he said send it to us so I said to him so I'll keep you updated on what happens but you know I said. Hey it's out of square by sixteenth over the twelve inch rule and Never been dropped so hopefully. It'll fix it. Yeah there are some little tabs in there that I've heard that you can file down but it's like you know I don't really WanNa fall down and get them to do it. I'm sure they've had more experience in doing that. So were they open to your suggestion that their tool may not be precise like or did you. I mean They emailed me back to checks and things you know make sure that nothing jammed in there and and what I said no. It's perfectly fine clean and everything and you said send it in. So that's that is pricing in a Nice Way. So we'll see we'll see what happens And then lastly I have on my list of what's in the shop a reading lamp even though I have not started or You've been looked really hard at the plans. The one I want to build so but I'm gonNA leave it on there. Get a reading lamp list. You'll never get done there you go. It's more of a reminder got. Yeah Yeah but I noticed the one I had in mind was Kristin Beck sports a reading lamp and I noticed the this week or last week he posted. He was us in a one out that he built so anyway so aspen. What's in the shop for you? This is an overwhelming week for me. We've got pendulum's got a new. Cnc machine coming Which is pretty exciting. Not very much of it. Yeah mostly a hand tool woodworker. So this is very much like my first encounter with the dark side but They sent me to a shop bought training and I had actually had a great time seeing. I don't know there's definitely some artful ways of using that technology and in pretty excited to have it in here so they whore apart my beautiful machine room and moved a table saw and thickness sander and a bunch of other tools in order to make some space for it. So there's big empty spot. We're waiting a bigger machine is it. It's a four foot by four foot. Hasn't he's what it can cut so the actual machine is quite a bit bigger In to your dust collection conversation because I actually need to get nonsense. Standalone dust collection for it. So well they do. Say That that The supercell thing is really a good for. Cc's mentioned in their so young of trying to sell something they know what's popular right. Now come on. Oh yeah yeah well you know exactly exactly so maybe you'll have to come back on and tell us how works if I know and then that's the guys I've seen who have sees the one guy. I followed a dean creates is channel he does. He does a lot of a lot of things. He's got any his very large format. I WANNA say it's four by eight and he's got some contraption with two suction hoses on either side of the cutting head of his CNC. And still you know depending on the application where your bid is projected so far you still don't get great collection or maybe it's Frank Howard that has like that. I can't remember I. I've seen a fair amount of people with their setups and dusk elected. For sure is a is a major concern because that things bitten all over the place. Yeah we have a really. We have an enormous dust collection system. Here because I I can't actually say how many machines we have hooked up to it but it's upwards of twenty five and we need suction on all of them but the thing about is it's so so loud you know so we need something that can run you know all night along with the CNC because some of those files take fifteen hours or more to cut so it needs its own little system. Yeah I mean the amount of dust. It produces a stress massive. Yeah it's pretty incredible. So how was shot by training? It was cool cool. I mean honestly it. It's so outside of my practice that I'd say that I was just mostly eating potato chips for most of the burst. Dang but I got pretty into it the the second day. Just when you start you start really wrapping your head around Certain processes that you chest. That aren't really that much fun for winter. Like I duNNo. I run a shop so for me. There's a lot of you know making inserts and Face plates things and that's something where I'm just like man if I could have some files and just be able to run those at any given moment. That would be incredibly helpful. push sticks. There's all kinds of stuff and then then you evolve into Oh my God. Cute ways of storing all of our chisels. Mike charming weird little contraptions than being like. Could you know these textures? That never really seemed possible with a hand tool then all of a sudden in this aisle exactly. It's a I'm sold with. Technology comes the weird. You know you can do. You can do all that stuff. Totally algae comes great responsibility not to take the garbage all day long. Yes yes of course because everyone's going to make an artful popsicle stick the first time right and then it's like I can't do this all the time it doesn't know or they'll just like cut their name into a piece of MPF just because you can you know you know. That's not what we're here for him. Yeah so it was a long time ago and I took some machining stuff in college and I learned. I think it was. It wasn't g-code it was a different letter code. I wanted to say m-code anyway but like the whole idea like back. Then it was it was Cartesian coordinates X to Y Z. And yet that's how it kind of drew it around. I mean that's still in there but now you're you're translating it to more fluid. Three D design. It was it was really hard to make a circle back. Then put the map into it. Now you can do all these incredibly complex shapes and combine curves and stuff but it's very cool I I hope it it serves you well. I hope so too and I hope that it doesn't just completely replace all of the woodworking that we teach here. I mean I think that's everybody's biggest fear. No I think I think you hit it like jigs and stuff where you know. It's a repetitive. Truly repetitive process. I kind of think of it. Like you know in the in the historical times of of chair makers and even kyle in your shop. I saw you had patterns on your wall in those patterns become files and the next time you want to build a particular thing you just spit it out and you can get a piece of quarter inch material and that's your template now and didn't need to keep it safe for the last five years you didn't need it. There's a benefit to that really else. It's true that's an argument for more creativity and especially having that File actually named about what it is instead of looking at a pattern going this goto. Yeah Yeah I mean you got a lovely technology you you put that in a folder with a picture of the thing that it made and you can referenced it and you call it something that's recognizable and and you know then then you're not stuck in a. Rut that every time you make a chair that you that share seat looks exactly that way. But you know that that's a base of reference and you can take them on on their. You know what last time I thought I could. I could suck those edges in a little better or thin it out in this way and and then you can tweak it and make it happen just again. I did see a demo one time of. Cnc saddling the Windsor seat. Now said that was here. See that yeah I mean I get it like drilling DAB and Score Ping or whatever. You know a right of passage. Maybe I also feel like I do so much of my creative thinking while I'm actually making the object. Need it to go slower. Remember somebody asking me why S. like started making furniture and honestly it's like I. I tried other forms of art and I only have a good idea once every three hours. You know asked my good ideas come you know. Look I need this time in between you know where I'm just executing my previous good idea while I'm waiting for another one and there's something like the speed of the CNC. I don't know I don't know if I know how to with that yet. Like I need that just processing time. While I'm cutting to DAB than using my trafficker and whatever else it is that I'm trying to actually create you know it's good that it's not just. It's not a photocopier right. It's not a at work every day. I can send a thing by the time I walk over. It's out of the printer and you can go pick it up. At least it takes a little bit of time to finish. Yeah so it's not. It's not as as other technologies of similar. You know ill but you know it. I could see that like yeah. You still need your process to be your process and yeah but again hopefully accessorize and and and fit in in places that are beneficial. Oh definitely I think it will. Yeah it's exciting but of course you're you're getting you're getting some you know. Renowned woodworkers studio Furniture makers are doing almost everything on. Cnc's now and in fact In a few years ago and I think you've been there aspen at Anderson ranch. They had a whole little section in there Woodshop that had a CNC in there and they had one guest Lecturer there and he was doing them but was running us. Were twenty four seven. He was making some visa of furniture in there absolutely. Yeah Yeah Yeah so haystack. They've got a beautiful FAB lab. That was part of the MIT initiative there. Like basically designed these little FAB LABS. That are now popping up all over the world so it's the same in each one. The idea being you learned to run one and then you can travel anywhere. Which is pretty cool. You know young ours is going to be smaller. But it'll still be more than I can handle will or well let's get into that so So you're at Pelham but before we start talking about that tell us a little bit about your background because of for those of y'all that I WANNA find a lot more about aspen. Go to fine woodworking and they did a little write up on you called Aspen Golan building without boundaries. And it's great and I don't think I've seen a picture of you when you're not actually sitting or standing on a piece of furniture yet I don't. I don't think the picture in that is any exception. Ameliorate the you're you're exactly right. Look at it. Yeah I'm a tiny person and I seem to like to crawl all over the stuff that I'm working on and all but tell us a little bit about your background The the the the nickel tour so I I know you started primarily as artistic type background. Correct Yeah Yeah I mean. I've always loved making art. You know it took me quite a while though to get into three dimensional work I was mostly doing drawing and painting until I was in college and then as a Russian lit major of all things but yeah ended up Wanting to take an art class because it was sort of my roots and the a one that was open was this weird thing called art with a function and it basically was like a sculptural furniture class. And we didn't really learn any any technical skills it was more sort of gluing plywood together in carving it away But I loved working at that scale. I loved making something that I could sit on when it was done. You know something that had some justifiable existence. After the fact other than that I made it and I like it. I was like you know someone didn't like it. I feel like well. At least you can sit on it or you can read it right. Yeah so I think that was my first real introduction to it but I've been crafting for a long time and I sort of I ditched woodworking after that class for the most part for about eight years and was a high school teacher and I thrill into we saying And I had this. I think I talk about this. Little fine woodworking right up but I was really obsessive about learning everything from Uttar scratch. You know so it was like oh I wanNA learn how to weave. The first thing I have to do is learn how to take care of his sheep and then I have to learn how to shear it and then I have to learn how to rove the wall you know and that's not maybe normal but that was that's just how I don't know that's that's how my learning process works so when I decided I wanted to try out. Woodworking again bought a seed. You planted waited for the treaty. I don't thirty. I mean I basically did that. I went to North Bennet Street school. Which is about it. You know old schools you can possibly get And it was a great experience because those guys hand they did not care about my artsy side at all. It could not have fared less. They were like. Can you cut a dovetail joint? I don't care and absorbing you know and it was it was a really great thing because it just I chose it because it forced me to just hang out in my weaknesses for.

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"golan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"golan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Chali, you just got back from Israel. What do you think of that? Statement by the prime minister, all I love it. People don't realize that the teacher imports Golan Heights. The Golan Heights mountain it still region that for years controlled by Syrian Paris and the lot bit in rockets into Jewish communities and during the conflict in the nineteen sixties I believe it was sixty seven war when the idea is really pushed back to countries that invaded them on their most holy day. They reclaimed the Golan Heights actually instrumental ports piece anti-cook back to go on hyphen that Hillary there's been less rockets terrorist attacks networks as president recognize Israel sovereignty over that land and the more important in more reason to celebrate now one of the towns being named after our president. I wish America loved Donald Trump is much of your life. Now. This. This is my next question. So I just in the break. I watched the video of your event last night with the Don jR, and with Kim to Guilfoil, and you the three of you when the event started men did they show you a lot of love at the university of Pennsylvania that was quite a standing ovation. I don't know if you as much of a recognizable rockstar in the Middle East. But how did when when when when America came up when you're talking to Israelis when Donald Trump came up show with a little bit about what you heard from cousins in the Middle East. They love Donald Trump get I mean, look, the the president has story way American interests and Israel's interest also out his presidency. Let it be canceling the Aram deal moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Funding the Palestinian Authority, not allowing rainy oil waivers purchased anymore. The open market, which is just us win in the last week. Go to go keeps by pieces foreign policy agenda and always on the side of America. On the side of western civilization, and Israel and all those things are one in the same. If you love freedom. Love America liberties, freedom expression, commerce, enterprise, private property rights freedom, you know, all the freedom to be joined the west you must love Israel. And it is the one beacon of hope in a region that they see tyranny on that does not respect the rights of people are free expression, democracy or have Republican any forms and the president deserves substrate recognition for his courageous and repeated fan by Israel, our greatest ally in the Middle East if not the world, and it's just really amazing, Dr Gorka amount of vitriol and hatred. That is thrown even within our own country towards the president. And all they love President Trump. They love courage conviction. They loved his moral clarity. And I think some Americans can learn to appreciate our president more. When they see you know, how the people that really appreciate. What he's done for their country for man, who's probably giving at least a thousand speeches in the last two years. You you've got a good way with woods that c- of tyranny Charlie cook in the last sixty seconds. We have left show with our listeners. What are you doing tonight with twenty point USA tonight? We are at our final lead here at the university of Missouri. Nothing controversial ever happens here of cars. Couple years might remember a lot of campus protest that the nation actually rich this here with candy. Brandon Tatum are turning point USA Coleman issue of our campus class series coming right up against graduation. As many of your listeners probably preparing for right now and this out of the end part spring series of our campus clash, and then we'll be on our summer program where Dr you're speaking at a couple of events, I am, but my well, I don't I assume you're going to be showing up that tell me what you just tell me win. Board. You're always there and always invited. It's always on a pleasure. This will you give the America's team our love to Candice Owens, be safe for keep doing the Lord's work and bringing the principles of the Republic back to the next generation..

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"golan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The decision to recognize that that hard-fought real estate that important place is proper to be a sovereign part of the state of Israel. President Trump made a bold decision to recognize that an important decision for the people of Israel will truly be historic and the people Israel should know that the battles. They fought the lives that they lost on that very ground worthy. Noura erica. Can you respond to secretary of state Pompeo? I think it's so responsible for secretary of state to be describing occupied territory recognized under international law, including UN Security Council. Resolution two or two and three three eight as hard fought real estate, this violates a long-held principle that decries the acquisition of territory by force. And so I would say to pump peyot you're doing an incredible disservice to your job, you're an embarrassment to yourself. This is not the message that we should be sending the principal opposing the acquisition of territory by force isn't just relevant to the Middle East. But but as relevant to the world, if we're going to say this in the Middle East, then we might as well tell Russia, you can stay as long as you want and criminal because you. Also one that territory one that real estate by by warfare. And so this this is an embarrassment to the United States to pump peyot and certainly a bad signal for the entire world. And what exactly does it mean? Nura? I mean, Trump tweeted this that he plans to do this. What would have to happen to make it real? You're absolutely right to question. What what is the value of a tweet? This is about the US. Now, it's within the presidential authority to recognize territory as a sovereign even if it violates international law. What will be consequential is how the international community responds. The has already decried this Turkey has decried this Egypt has decried. This Jordan has ironically Russia has as well. And so we see the international community stand in opposition. And the US is declaration will be merely that a declaration where the US is a lone figure in the rest of the world consider that when it moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in similar contravention of long-held principles one hundred twenty eight states at the UN voted against the US. And there have been very few countries that have followed suit. So in fact, what this demonstrates is the weakness of the United States and its waning influence, and it says more about domestic concerns in the US and Israel than it does for the region. This is about Netanyahu deflecting attention from corruption charges three weeks ahead of elections about the United States and Trump speaking to an evanger base rather than that doesn't care for regional stability and international law, but is more concerned with with seeing Israel establishing itself as a hedge Amman within an Islamophobe framework that positions Israel as the easternmost front of the US war on terror. So this clearly is something that the embattled prime minister Netanyahu has been pushing Trump very hard for the Israeli attorney general has said he's about to indict Netanyahu for corruption. The election is just weeks away in Israel. Can you talk about the significance of this? What it will mean for the Israeli elections Nora. So one can only speculate what it's going to mean. But what we know about Isreaeli society is that it has a position in regards the Golan Heights that signifies that the Golan Heights as part of Israel. It's similar to the mythologies. That are created. They have a slogan La Motte Golan's a knee that the Golan Heights are me. And so this is speaking to a base that would be more concerned with establishing Israel's expansionist policies that it is with the corruption of a particular politician. It's a deflection tactic similar Pompeo's. Visit right now secretary of state Pompeo is the first US official to visit the western wall in occupied east Jerusalem in a similar bid to establish that if you work with Netanyahu, you will be in lockstep with an imperial power that were might makes right in the Middle East where there is no accountability in where Israel will be able to trample Palestinian human rights will continue to act as an aggressor in the middle. East and continue to benefit from the US is unequivocal financial military and diplomatic support that frames that aggression and self defense. And what does this mean for the if you can call it the Israel Palestine peace process, if there even is one, but what does this mean for any kind of pursuit of peace? Well, I think if we just pay attention to what Israeli leaders have told us, they don't want peace. They don't want a two-state solution. What they're offering to Palestinians is a situation of permanent subjugation and derivative sovereignty where they don't control Jerusalem where they can't access their water where they can't access free movement where there is no human rights. And now if we thought that Palestinians who are stateless people had any chance of achieving some sort of equitable resolution with the US as broker we can see that the fact that the US is willing to declare Israel's sovereignty over Syrian territory, which is not, you know, in Palestine, the West, Bank and Gaza has been subject to really Philly and. And. Basically indefensible legal argument that says that there is no Palestinian sovereign. And so the territories are disputed, but there is no dispute over the Golan Heights that is Syrian sovereign territory. If the US is willing to stand by Israel to declare that sovereign territory as no longer occupied by decree than what chances do Palestinians have of achieving any kind of equitable resolution for themselves. This just adds more imperative to a grassroots campaign in the form of boycott divestment. And sanctions in the form of legal cases in the form of grassroots movements. That are aligning in an anti-racist global movement and a global anti fascist movement in order to overcome diplomatic intransigent, and the fact that their governments do not represent them. This is more fuel to the fire for people's movements. And as we've seen people do overcome. Earlier this month, Senator Lindsey Graham visited the Golan Heights with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the US ambassador to Israel, David Freedman. He said he would lobby the Trump administration to recognize the occupied Golan Heights as Israeli territory. There.

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"golan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Between the top Poland's in the UN buffer zone. The hustle of Jolan who, and insanity you could kill him. One displaced past who asked not to be named described a humanitarian crisis there. Last week, he said Syrians, not asking Israel to let them enter the occupying garland, but they were demanding humanitarian protection. People have been displaced multiple times and confused desperate. He added can help in here to him. The Israeli provided Syrians near its borders with humanitarian aid in the much publicized operation, good neighbor. It has even taken people into its hospitals for medical treatment, but it has refused Syrians entry through the Golan Heights to claim a sign by contrast of the countries neighboring the warzone I've taken in millions of refugees over the past seven years. Even the white helmets search and rescue volunteers who are Accu it'd in a one off of ration- through Israel. Last week did not stay put they moving onto Germany, Britain and Canada. Many of the displaced people on the Golan front have decided to move to rebel-held territory in northern Syria that they face the likelihood of more aerial bombardments and equally bad living conditions. All the while authorities in Jerusalem keen for the United States took knowledge the occupying Gerland as this really territory that fluid America's contentious recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital loss winter, the country is making the most sympathetic Trump administration. For the moment. It is safe to say that the contested Gerland will remain literal and metaphorical minefield. It is unlikely that the territory will come under the control of Damascus. Again, anytime soon, Israel will continue to attack uranium positions in Syria, displaced Syrians will continue to suffer and the cows of the girl on who continue to negotiate the landmines. For Monaco in the golden heights. I'm Lizzy porter..

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"golan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"The Golan Heights and nothing if not surreal. It is rarely settlement of Maryland tan-colored beef cow stumble between minefields yellow signs in Arbat, Hebrew and English won't humans and the cattle a few kilometers away at number tall, Italian, Japanese, and Israeli tourists crowd onto a hilltop viewpoint. It is complete with the pizza restaurant and a strange display of metal cutouts of gun-toting soldiers visit his gaze at the app notice below to the war in Syria. Just a few kilometers further away a plume of black smoke rises in the distance. Israel seized most of the Golan Heights from Syria in the nineteen sixty seven six day war. When the two enemy states later signed disengagement treaty of the land, then US secretary of state ten Kissinger said he hoped it would bring peace to the region this country. Retrieves suffered so much. And of the people. That has suffered so much. Okay, could be greater than the possibility of a true and lasting peace, but Israel, late Mexico, a move considered illegal by the international community. Jerusalem insists it has a right to control the mountainous plateau. It is not just highly strategic land because I, I saw and water rich. Meanwhile, the residents have repeatedly protested these radio patient. This demonstration from the nineteen ninety s supporting office lasette Syrian president at the time. To keep an eye on the ceasefire between Israel and Syria u n forces patrol buffer zone on the girl and for years it was a quiet front. But recently the contested area has come to the fore. Again, it is at the center of serious seven years and counting war. Ju the Syrian army began to retake rebel-held territory in the country. Southwest moving ever closer to the Israeli occupied girl. The regime's forces and seron back alive now, control land, right up to the UN's. Israel is highly wary of any Iranian approach obsesses fit. It could spawn much nasty version of the two thousand six conflict between Israel and the Lebanese Hezbollah movement. The militia is loyalty to Horon and fought for the regime in Syria since twenty thirteen. Sara to Harvey spent more than fifteen years in this really defense forces and monitors the security situation on the northern borders. Greatest fear now is that the one who will replace the rebels areas which were taken by the way most of the border between Israel and Syria will not only be the Syrian government, but also all the rest of the factories in these Shiite access, meaning urine, and his better. And these Shiite militias. Israel's leaders have repeatedly said they will respond to any sign of attack and will not allow Syrian where Ron back troops to enter the Golan buffer zone. Jerusalem wants Russia to help push Iran in forces from Syria in general, and from the Golan border in particular, Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu held meetings with Russian defense officials this week. He items on the agenda were distant singer, Ronnie troops from the Golan Heights and removing the long range missiles from Syria. But however, widey Ron's hand in Syria, really is the Kremlin has limited ways to contain it. In any case, some observe is skeptical of Iran's will to attack Israel through the garland. They say that the Islamic Republic cannot turn Syria, many times Lebanon size into another rocket launch site back on the Golan Heights. Tourists enjoy the facilities on the Israeli occupied side. But meanwhile, things are bismuth for Syrian civilians within binoculars view from a neighboring hilltop tense, housing Syrians displaced by the recent military operations, a clearly visible. Attractive drives

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"golan" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on KSRO

"The occupied Golan Heights on Tuesday but Syria said the jet was fired on as it took part. In sorties against rebels within Syria let's check in. With Howard bloom on this one Howard are we gonna full-scale war or, what It's not going to, happen and I'll, explain why I let's go, over the facts earlier today Tuesday a Syrian. Air force Sukhoi, twenty two or twenty four which is a low level, ground attack jet maiden Russia took off from serious biggest air force base the t. Fourteen of us military airbase in serious homes. Province the jet fluid high-speed toward a raging battle on, the border with Israel's Golan Heights in that battle the Syrian government is trying to exterminate remnants of ISIS the Islamic state and the Syrians are, trying to exterminate what they call other rebels but. The Sukhoi pilots made a serious mistake they, crossed one point two miles into Israeli ear space and the Israelis shot that down using patriot. Missiles made in America by the Raytheon company who. Understand why the Israeli shot down the story jet you have to realize how painfully small Israel. Is the United States is made a fifty states but Israel is smaller than just one of those. States New Jersey or to put it differently you. Good fit thirty three Israel into the state Eight of Texas. Now Israel's only nine miles from east to. West, at its narrowest point sequel Sukhoi jet wise at one, thousand three hundred and thirty five miles per hour that check and cross the entire with of Israel. At its narrowest point and four seconds more to the, point of Sukhoi, jacker fly from the Syrian, border Tel Aviv a city of nearly half. A million people, in five minutes you heard that right five minutes the, Syrians could fly basically combine that with a few other facts the Syrians are now. Highly active in in Syria the Syrians I. Mean the the Iranians they have a proxy army fighting, dangerously close to Israel's borders that Iranian proxy armories army is called Hezbollah and the Iranians are present at t. four airbase that's the base from, which the down Sukhoi fighter took off now Iran. Has sworn to white Israel off the face, of the map it's stencils death to Israel slogans on the missiles it tests it has an. Entire annual holiday dedicated to the extermination of Israel It's called goods, day and Iran has significant control of both the Syrian regime the government forces fighting. In Syria civil war now when a Syrian jet penetrates is boundaries the Israelis have only seconds in which to make up their mind to shoot or not shoot every, jet could be the beginning of a surprise attack war against. Israel knew more of, an isolation. Here is where the. Question of a World War comes in to. Make sure that the defensive Israel's border does not, lead to. World War, three Israeli Prime, Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has spent considerable time in Moscow with leading MIR Putin what's more aljazeera reports that Russia sent its top diplomat foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and. Top general Monday Monday yesterday for talks with Netanyahu and the. Israeli, military was in direct contact with the Russians every minute of Tuesday. Morning now why the Russians, Russian pilots are flying, Russian planes, and Syrian skies to help the Syrian government regained control of their Country the Russians are also allies. Of serious Bashir Assad and their allies of Iran that's the axis of evil China Russia Iran Syria Nicaragua Cuba North Korea Under Barack Obama and Donald Trump America has lost its position as. The dominant western power in the Middle East and Russia has taken over the. Most important almost all of the nations are committed to a genocide. Against Israel Israel is outnumbered in the Arab world by, four hundred million to seven million that's a. Ratio of fifty seven to one which are, terrible odds so Israel has to abide by saying of Donald Trump's a. Country without borders is not a country Israel needs to stay on a hair trigger and. It has to punish even the. Slightest sign of a military border-crossing but Netanyahu's, thank God is trying to make sure this does. Not trigger World War three we had a pastor on yesterday Howard who is predicting a Middle Eastern war. Possibly with. Israel within. A year and a half it's entirely possible because war is just about to happen at any. Moment and it. Has been since nineteen forty eight thank you Howard bloom is website linked up, at our Twitter feed at, coast, to, coast, AM, dot com, on the Eve of a hotly anticipated string of tour dates pop music..

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"golan" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Drink Champs

"And we gotta take a graduations of the name chelsea they they they invited us but it already out of the golan imama now it will it hasn't moves ahead angle let me see would that well is your birth certificate downloads in may i got turned ninety years i along it is a little bit got to do with this they go on that guy as bills me i'm gonna take the do the donald oh you is you know why blender this is the last hour the rapid here okay i won't need has got a great record so he involving said right as windy obs seventh zillion terrible sampha whoa gutless yum the other clean i got a mind all right seven just doesn't actually let's make serb i know i hold record among judy limoges the media's renew deal you see much two guys right dealers the both twins that's my twin right there he had just had a week's the accident and and you know rationed to be bro a crash a you know now he's disable this oh cable huigang rival him every step of the way and in the other twin right days on master words he's more this is this hey this is the hundred episode all could have died on episode forty eight to nine lays the fact dole dining garcia's episodes last episode before my accident dog and his crazy i he recognizes that cause unusual my love on instagram and shout out to all the fans in pakistan thailand when he got talking about fucking everywhere yo all over the board the netherlands we got people everywhere we got legends we got we're here monday can you sleep on by wall monday ending is a legend rate.

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"golan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"golan" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on WTRH

"The golan the lab de la st louis if easy mad saying so chinese only emme the let us go and loan zone then they live in yes yes why do you saw was he made me oh men own zone hello john lenovo mojo in the minimum wage kgb there is a call girl ring in northern iran way in the lowering go to raise do they're a zone saying send the la and gene and the big guns oh my in order to fend the connected godbolt mind lending bolo dean in london.

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"golan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"golan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dana golan show i love i love that he does such great stand up and it's fun to watch his gloves because that anxiety and the he does a whole special on divorce but that anxiety just kind of plays out and and you know what there's something grade than comedy israel and the best jokes are in the real and he does it great gem mining that saw dana gold at the st rose month coming up here in early november next week all right coming up sloppy are right some excited greg flam in the building at do page picker three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred what are you got what he what do you want to brag about tonight what are the member with some of the member billy found maybe he had to go up to the attic to um kach the windows but some more insulation in as the cold weather comes through and you're like oh look at this an old playboy but for that's all look an old toy car still on the package i wonder what this is work i know i'll tell dial asked wgn there were a couple of weeks ago there was the vintage garage which they have been edgewater like once a month and they had a special like a final one and a couple of weeks ago so we walk over there it's kind of looking around their christmas things taunt tons of john rouse won one of my every christmas thing yeah twice of tort can i wanted chris i care fifteen light up santa's one at all by refrain i'm like i i can't do this now twenty october um but then now as kind of browsing the records a area and account looked over and i saw butter playboys house like ooh and i was like i do i go over there and like page through them what are your rows deceived us is worth it sure about what the deals like hm well examine these without opening average you have to do i feel like that's i've been in a couple of thrift stores vintage shops where there has been a collection of playboys in the back and it's always the same or like well that's interesting i'm not actually going to.

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"golan" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"And with true bad so true veges a really solid piece of technology i think um however the true i think is more aligned with something like that therion via uh or some kind of determine um concise environment like an easy amber proof of work where um you expect every machine to do the same piece of work uh for for validation and um uh gullam i think will be similar and at some point it might even make sense to implement true bit um but we're focused on building a sort of framework in layer for applications interconnecting form distributed computations whereas i suppose true bidders focus on a validation algorithm and i is focused on uh the sort of gay way for leveraging resources okay yeah save on on the on tribute side we're talking more about validating complex computations outside of a theory i'm but not necessarily computations that are meant to be highly parallel whereas on the golan men perhaps i zack side mostly those projects are geared towards providing the tools and a creating the marketplace for distributing resources he asked him why and and i think trubay israeli good for uh like one edia so one piece of software and all the nodes run the same software whereas what we're doing with golan as that every note gonna run and execute the software that it chooses uh and the and the request hers are gonna choose which software their executing so true bit we sort of might fit inside that um but we're building the whole the whole stack example using how seed horses urging the diversification is is often as view leaky for some cases for some races they may be rights to runners.

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"golan" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And with true bad so true veges a really solid piece of technology i think um however the true i think is more aligned with something like that therion via uh or some kind of determine um concise environment like an easy amber proof of work where um you expect every machine to do the same piece of work uh for for validation and um uh gullam i think will be similar and at some point it might even make sense to implement true bit um but we're focused on building a sort of framework in layer for applications interconnecting form distributed computations whereas i suppose true bidders focus on a validation algorithm and i is focused on uh the sort of gay way for leveraging resources okay yeah save on on the on tribute side we're talking more about validating complex computations outside of a theory i'm but not necessarily computations that are meant to be highly parallel whereas on the golan men perhaps i zack side mostly those projects are geared towards providing the tools and a creating the marketplace for distributing resources he asked him why and and i think trubay israeli good for uh like one edia so one piece of software and all the nodes run the same software whereas what we're doing with golan as that every note gonna run and execute the software that it chooses uh and the and the request hers are gonna choose which software their executing so true bit we sort of might fit inside that um but we're building the whole the whole stack example using how seed horses urging the diversification is is often as view leaky for some cases for some races they may be rights to runners.

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"golan" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"golan" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"In the end it wasn't consummated because assad passed away in history moved on but the essential elements of the deal were there and again it was full withdrawal from golan heights with some minor adjustments very minor adjustments to the nodded 67 lines in exchange for full peace normalization of relations and security arrangements just like in the case of israeli aged case of israel and jordan it was a little different because of the territory that had been under jordanian control of west bank jordan ceded to the palestinians responsibility and so it was much easier to draw the border between israel and jordan along the jordan river there was much less territory that he'd be stage but even there there was a minor adjustment than than normalization of relations so in each of those three cases it was possible to resolve the conflict by negotiating stretch of territory for peace with his explains how subsequent peace deals between israel and some of its arab neighbours help narrow the focus of the arabisraeli conflict to the question of the palestinians after nineteen sixty seven 73 the camp david accords the arabisraeli conflict began to narrow in scope palestinian nationalism and palestinian demands for selfdetermination came to the diplomatic four and so with the conclusion of egyptianisraeli peace israelijordanian peace it's clear now that israeli palestinian peace a final agreement between these two peoples is the prerequisite for a full arabisraeli reconciliation and for normalising israel's status in the reached.

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"golan" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Geared deepest darkest things that are going on in out i these people are really brave in many ways and they're having a walk in and nancy going they have to tell me about what they're what they're really dealing with and they after trust me the i always say if you wanna know what it's like to write a song to be professional rider walk in the room with people you don't know sing at them and then ask what they from here for you know i mean either wa again and every single time i mean yeah i was a major artists last night and it's still the same thing it's like okay i had this idea is this any good ya and now for all angles i mean we're all like that with each other and it's like i have no idea i mean imagine just walking into any room and sing it with at whoever the people are in the room and gis you've been saddled care how many times you've done it i don't care how many times you think you've had hit song like it you're just a kid in their car thinking of a concept and and working through a malady and be like i don't know and i guess the and the writer is what so exciting about it is that we talk a lot about process and how people right but the people who write these songs are just fascinated other grit through really great stores and the yeah so if people want wanna go with them they should find it are tunes anywhere you find spotify now it's basically anywhere we confine podcasts all of our handles are at and the writer is or i meant at ross golan and yeah the awesome well it was such a pleasure heavy on the show really excited to to break down those songs i definitely i'm a bit more of a sharon conver both for his sheer talent that as incredible to hear about and also as i wasn't mortgages trucks i find i am were drawn in as well thanks for break adult us now of course thank you guys know thanks for us.

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"golan" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"golan" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Because there's something which is going to catch going to dance to yeah yes it does seem like the further we dig into this song the more there is to laud here but gentleman at this point i have to say it is time to take our commercial break so when we return more with ross golan stay tuned welcome back to switched on pop we are here in the studio with songwriter extraordinaire ross golan not only does he ride number one hits for artist like arianna guerande and selena gomez he also has an awesome podcast where he talks to other songwriters it's called and the writer is thank you so you have the opportunity to talk to songwriters all the time both as a career songwriter you are constantly collaborating it's not the individual genius rating on sheep paper anymore right but it's not that vat even that even ever existed a method but it will ever so that was collaboration i want pedia look up the braille building which pre nineteen sixty four was essentially a bunch of in a mostly to person writing teams that really were shaping pop music and they will go and they would have these cubicles essentially the piano people would walk in and they say what if you do that what if you do that and in that era i had this debate allied because i'm part of the grammy and we talk about these kinds of things you know there is an era where the guy goes doodoodoo doodoo who doesn't get songwriting credit uh the guy who girl doodoodoo doodoo due to is playing base in a bar in toronto right now to make a living a even though he wrote the hook onto numberone songs.

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