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Alan Dershowitz: The Jan. 6 Committee Is Not a Fair Committee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | Last week

Alan Dershowitz: The Jan. 6 Committee Is Not a Fair Committee

"Check out Alan Dershowitz, the famed law professor talking about the real impact of the January 6th select committee. Here he was yesterday with newsmax's Greta van susteren. Well, it's not a fair committee, obviously. It's like the Boston Celtics going to play the warriors and the NBA says only the Celtics can go on the field, not the warriors. One team on the field, not the other team. Nobody should pay attention to the conclusions of this kangaroo committee. Of course a committee can make a recommendation. So can you make the recommendation to Congress, but to the Justice Department, the adjustment won't follow it. President committed no crimes. His speech was constitutionally protected. Ill advised to be sure. But constitutionally protected. I put it in the same category as Chuck Schumer's speech, both ill advised, both constitutionally protected. You know, that's an interesting takeaway from professor Dershowitz. Chuck Schumer arguably incited a would be assassin to show up at Brett Kavanaugh's doorstep.

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"greta" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"greta" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

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McConnell, Spears, Osaka: A look at 2021's notable quotes

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 7 months ago

McConnell, Spears, Osaka: A look at 2021's notable quotes

"A a line line from from a a speech speech given given from from the the Senate Senate floor floor before before rioters rioters stormed stormed the the capitol capitol in in January January tops tops a a Yale Yale Law Law School School librarian's librarian's list list of of the the most most notable notable quotes quotes of of twenty twenty twenty twenty one one Fred Fred Shapiro Shapiro says says he he picked picked quotes quotes that that are are important important or or revealing revealing of of the the spirit spirit of of the the times times is is top top quote quote is is from from the the then then Majority Majority Leader Leader Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell urging urging fellow fellow Republicans Republicans to to abandon abandon attempts attempts to to overrule overrule president president Biden's Biden's victory victory voters voters the the court court and and the the stage stage it it also also spoke spoke with with president president Biden Biden gave gave a a speech speech in in July July as as the the U. U. S. S. was was preparing preparing to to get get out out of of Afghanistan Afghanistan the the likelihood likelihood is is going going to to be be the the Taliban Taliban overrunning overrunning everything everything and and owning owning the the whole whole country country is is highly highly unlikely unlikely Swedish Swedish teenager teenager Greta Greta tune tune Burke Burke spoke spoke to to protesters protesters in in November November about about adults adults and and climate climate change change we we say say no no no no exploitation exploitation of of people people and and they they and and there there are are the the first first words words from from Amanda Amanda Gorman Gorman in in the the palm palm the the hill hill we we climb climb she she read read it it during during the the Biden Biden inauguration inauguration when when day day comes comes we we ask ask ourselves ourselves where where can can we we find find lights lights in in this this never never ending ending shade shade the the list list is is a a supplement supplement to to the the new new Yale Yale book book of of quotations quotations I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 8 months ago

'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant

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Are We a Sovereign Nation? Or Are We an Equal in a Globalist Project?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 8 months ago

Are We a Sovereign Nation? Or Are We an Equal in a Globalist Project?

"Are we a sovereign nation that can chart our own destiny or are we a mere equal in some sort of globalist project? Who controls our borders our language our future, our carbon emissions? Is it the United States Congress or is it some sort of internationalist globalist project? Now the founding fathers were very clear that the limitations on American power stop at the borders of our own country. Being involved in internationalist organizations, usually does not go well. The League of Nations fell apart, the United Nations has been a total and complete disaster, since it was formed post World War II. And the reason is that tyrannical dictators take advantage of the idea that there's an internationalist order. In fact, the same sort of internationalist type globalist style governments that were formed after World War I were just ignored by dictators in Italy and Germany and all across Europe and across the country across the world. So who controls our borders are language and our future? Is it Greta Thunberg and John Kerry or is it the voters of our

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You Can't Handle the (Scientific) Truth!

Science Friction

02:04 min | 11 months ago

You Can't Handle the (Scientific) Truth!

"I am in the very fortunate position of being able to set the scene for tonight's debate and that's actually very easy. Because the scientific truth is forty-two diet nari according to date thought a supercomputer in douglas adams's hitchhikers guide to the galaxy that spent seven and a half million years competing the answer to the ultimate question of life the universe and everything the answer to that question and therefore the ultimate scientific truth is forty two so i mean i think we don russ semi point obvious. Is that often. The truth is not very helpful tight. The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. That's mathematical constant. It's a scientific truth. And when it's expressed in decimal form it has an infinite number of decimal places but but the question is actually how are an infinite number of decimal places useful to us an approximation of twenty two seven three point. One pfoa is what we can actually use in practice. We don't need a want the truth. We want something we can apply to achieve what we need to solve problems to build things to ensure the well being of our children so tonight ice with my esteemed colleagues greta and jack we will convince you that the scientific truth is not helpful to humanity particularly now and arguably more than any other time in human history. The truth is not useful for tackling the global challenges that we currently face. Greta will show you how without optimism and hype in our scientific messaging about climate change. People retreat from the truth. They feel disempowered and helpless. Jack will round out argument by showing how the relationship between science and society is changing

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Government Report Finds 20 Different Agencies Use Facial Recognition

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Government Report Finds 20 Different Agencies Use Facial Recognition

"A new report from the government accountability office says at least twenty federal agencies are using facial recognition technology. But not just the obvious acronyms ones like the fbi and tsa an ice agencies like at the us fish and wildlife service. The food and drug administration and nasa are using the tech as well and more than half thirteen of the agencies using facial recognition. Don't know what systems their employees are using or how often they use them the agencies that do keep track say. They've used it for identifying people at the january six insurrection and during last summer's protests sparked by the murder of george floyd including the us postal service according to greta goodwin director of the gao's homeland security and justice team so the postal inspection service use facial recognition technology in conjunction with the civil unrest. That happened last year so what. They told us that they were looking to see whether us postal property had been damaged whether male had been stolen

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What We Know About How I Met Your Father

Direct from Hollywood

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

What We Know About How I Met Your Father

"Seven years after the story of how i met your mother wrapped on cbs. A new tail. Coming to hulu how i met your father. According to deadline streaming giant has announced a straight to series order of a new spin off based on the hit sitcom that will start. Hillary dopp. This has to be one of the longest development times. Ever for a sitcom with how i met your mother creators. Pitching the idea to cbs. Back in two thousand fourteen even shoot pilot starring greta gerwig but the network passed on the idea that they were working on a new version but the producers got pulled away to do. This is us as for hillary. She says she's equal parts excited and nervous big shoes to fill how i met your father. Hulu twenty twenty two

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WHO Announces the Global Youth Mobilization for Generation Disrupted

UN News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

WHO Announces the Global Youth Mobilization for Generation Disrupted

"And initiative uniting climate activists greta timberg and the u. n. Health agency launched on monday to give young activists the opportunity to get funding for innovative solutions. To the impact of nineteen the scheme which is called global youth bye-bye station in association with the big six youth organisations comes as hundreds of millions of young people. Continue to feel the strain of the pandemic according to the world health organization. Who nine and ten have reported increased mental anxiety during the last fifteen months and more than one billion students in almost every country have been impacted by school closures. More than eight. In ten young women are worried about their future and one in six young people worldwide have lost their jobs during the pandemic. The health agency noted head of the w. h. o. Tedros adhanom ghebreyesus insisted that the agency wanted to be sure that young people's voices energy and solutions where at the center of the world's recovery from caveat nineteen an initial two million dollars of funding will be available from five hundred dollars to five thousand. Applications will be possible by a centralized platform which is available in multiple languages for more information visit. Www dot global youth mobilization with zette dot walk

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Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Boycotts COP26 Summit

Masters in Business

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Boycotts COP26 Summit

"A tune. Berg is boycotting a high profile climate conference over covert vaccinations. Matt Madison has more the teenage climate activist says she wanted send the United Nations cop 26 summit if covert vaccinations aren't distributed better around the globe tune, Berg says vaccine nationalism adds too much inequality to those who would be able to attend the conference. The summit is supposed to take place in Glascow in November.

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CDC changes school guidance, allowing desks to be closer

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

CDC changes school guidance, allowing desks to be closer

"The CDC is relaxing its social distancing guidelines for schools saying students can now sit three feet apart it had been recommending six feet which for some schools to take steps like removing desks and staggering schedules some ignored the guidelines recently and used a three peat standard that actually help to sway the CDC which looked at studies of what happened at those schools the agency's Greta said he is confident three feed will keep kids safe not really count maximizes their opportunity for in person learning CDC still recommending students all be masked dance space six feet apart in common areas and during things like assemblies it says teachers and other adults should always be six feet apart from each other and students Sager mag ani Washington

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Your Pathway to a Successful Business Exit with Blake Hutchison

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Your Pathway to a Successful Business Exit with Blake Hutchison

"Let's just dive right in. What is flip breakdown. this business. so flip is a marketplace. The interesting thing about that is it's so we have is. We have sellers that he's akin to every other marketplace. You'll guests will be familiar. With and your listenership will love things like airbnb et cetera. And so in. Our case marketplace is about digital real estate not about physical real estate. It's not a bad shops physical shops. It's not about land it's not about apartments condos and homes it's about digital real estate so that is websites ecommerce stolz apps sas businesses online businesses. Anything that is digital anything that he's generating revenue laced in most cases generating revenue and therefore has some value attached to it sellers or owners operators of those assets list on flip and they can then tried with the world's largest of buyers looking for that digital real estate so really cool spice obviously on trend given all of the things that the world has gone through over the last twelve months a bit mole. So that's flip. Aw and way growling fun and we see incredible success stories every die of small business owners who've started something they're passionate about. They've got it to a size and now it's ready for somebody else to take it. I've i am extrapolate even greta value from it. It's a really really exotic spice.

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1 tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

PRI's The World

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

1 tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

"Ongoing protests tens of thousands of farmers in india are now entering their third month with no end in sight. The farmers are protesting inequality and new laws at further privatize agriculture among other grievances and they have found an unlikely ally. The pop singer rana yesterday tweeted. Why aren't we talking about this. Hashtag farmers protests with a link to an article about an indian government crackdown that included an internet blackout. Her comment went viral environmental activist. Greta tune berg is also chimed in tweeting we stand in solidarity with the hashtag. Farmers protests in

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How are Republicans grappling with a post-Trump Washington?

TIME's Top Stories

06:12 min | 1 year ago

How are Republicans grappling with a post-Trump Washington?

"The fight for the future of the republican party in the post trump era has arrived and one of the earliest proxy. Battles is playing out in the house of representatives republican conference chair. Liz cheney the third ranking republican in the house is facing pressure from some members of the conference following her vote to impeach now former president donald trump earlier this month for incitement of insurrection. Though it was the most bipartisan impeachment of president ever there was still only a handful of republicans who voted across party lines with democrats for impeachment. Cheney was the member with the highest name recognition and it's earned her the ire of some trump faithfuls who are now circulating a petition and calling for the wyoming lawmaker to resign from her spot in leadership representative matt rosendahl a freshman from montana and one of the lawmakers taking the lead in the effort won't say how many lawmakers have signed onto the petition so far his office says the timing is still quote up in the air on when hill. Submit the resolution. In the meantime the conference is brimming with drama with lines forming between those who would rather forget trump ever lead their party and those who think his brand of politics is its future is basically a right wing version of cancel. Culture says representative adam kensinger of a trump critic and one of the ten republicans to vote in favor of impeachment. If you don't like donald trump and you vote against donald trump. We're going to cancel you. We're going to say that you don't have a place in this party. It's no different house. Republican leadership didn't whip members to vote either way on impeachment leaving lawmakers to come to their own decision about whether the president incited a pro-trump mob to attack the us capitol on january sixth a day before the vote. Cheney put out a statement announcing she planned to vote against trump none of this would have happened without the president. The president could have immediately and forcefully intervened to stop the violence. He did not. There has never been a greater betrayal by a president of the united states. Have his office and his oath to the constitution. Cheney said in the statement. I will vote to impeach the president. The resolution tax that rosendahl office referred time to argues that democrats had used cheney's position quote as justification for a truncated impeachment process. It also notes that her position was out of line with most of the conference. Many republican lawmakers have been quick to fall on either side of the internal debate. With some coming to cheney's defense despite having themselves voted against impeachment. I don't think they ought to be punished. For voicing their opinion or casting their vote particularly when people were told ahead of time is a vote of conscience says representative. Tom cole. A senior member from. They're having to explain this back home to their own electors. I don't think we need to pile on to add additional penalties in washington dc while other leaders have also expressed support for cheney. Some of it has been tepid at best a spokesperson for leader. Kevin mccarthy said in an email to time that he quote does not support efforts to remove. Cheney is conference chair but in an interview on gray televisions. Full court press with greta. Van susteren mccarthy said. He thought she had to answer the conferences questions and registered concern that he hadn't been told of her decision ahead of time. Clearly you've heard some of our members who want to remove her. I'm not in that camp. Whip steve scalise said in a fox news appearance. This is an internal discussion that we're having and that we're going to work through kensinger said leadership hasn't been forceful enough in defending cheney kevin mccarthy can shut this the hell down right now but if they wanna go through with this and they want to have a discussion about leadership and they think that we should be on defense and liz should be on defense. We've got news for them. We're not the ones that should beyond defense kensinger tells time they should cheney's office declined an interview request for this article but in a fox news appearance on january twenty first. She said her vote came from a belief that her obligation was to the constitution. And to do what was right transcended politics. We have differences of opinion about a whole range of issues including about this one. I anticipate an confident. We will be united as a conference going forward. Cheney said the fallout hasn't been contained to washington back home in wyoming one high profile challenger anthony bouchard a state. Senator has already come forward to say. He'll primary cheney next year and one of trump's biggest defenders in the house. Florida representative matt gaetz travel to the wyoming state capital where he held a rally on thursday targeting. Cheney turn down for what hashtag removed. Cheney gates tweeted afterwards but there are prominent republicans from cheney's home state who have voiced their support for her as well. The house is going to make their own leadership decisions. But i support any says wyoming. Senator john barrosso as much as the two chambers of congress like to think of themselves as different bodies with different considerations perhaps the biggest short term take away from this still unfolding drama is the warning house. Republicans are sending to republicans in the senate which will next month begin the second impeachment trial of donald trump asked if he worried about the message. The house was sending two republican senators. Who might vote to convict. Trump barosso said senators would vote based on their own interpretation of the constitution. I don't see any correlation he says.

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Migration chief calls for all displaced to be included in national COVID-19 vaccination plans

UN News

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Migration chief calls for all displaced to be included in national COVID-19 vaccination plans

"Head of the un migration agency iom is strongly advocating for governments everywhere to respect the fundamental right of healthcare when it comes to ensuring vulnerable migrants in the displaced get equal access to covid nineteen vaccines in an interview for us news antonio vitorino once migrants to be included in all plants regardless of their legal status adding that im stands ready to provide practical support to countries who need help battling the pandemic iom's. Greta began by asking the right. To general to outline the overall impact of the pandemic on migrants and the displaced coming matinees had an enormous impact on people on the move first for most that house impact because usually migrants leaving very crowded lively places households and of course they are prone to be infected. And secondly we've lockdown with travel restrictions. There are almost three million migrants blocked stranded all over the world so there are also impact and also social economic impact very serious ones that Underline the vulnerabilities tyrants everywhere in the world. It seems that there's not really going to be back scenes for everyone immediately. And i was wondering if you could tell us i o n recommendations regarding the prioritization and the inclusion of migrants in the various vaccine plans that national governments are putting in place. We've telling me advocate to have and refugees internally displaced people fully include in the vaccination plans you respected their legal status because as the secretary general of the united nations are very clearly. No omni safe a delivery body safe so the reasoning for the interest of the host communities. He's also to guarantee that the migrants irrespective of their legal status have access to national vaccination plans. And what does that mean exactly. Are you asking for a special treatment. No not special treatment to follow the criteria they used for nationals being applied to non nationals. Which means recognizing those wanting more vulnerable positions where co mobility's who have because of their age take risks extra risks of being community so it's an equal treatment but in these equal treatment. Everybody's were getting greedy then. Do you feel like governments around. The world are receiving got message. They're understanding the importance of facing their privatization on public. Health principles rather than immigration status principles. I think that other quite a number of countries worldwide presence texas State of texas in the united states or portugal are even countries in latin america like ecuador. Why are accepting the presence and the excess of migrants to not just the testing mechanism. Put also through the vaccination mechanisms. But i still think that there are a number of countries that have not realized that it is the interest of the entire community to have migrants fully integrated in the vaccination plans. So that is worth to back. Many migrants are finding themselves a nine irregular situations and may fear. That could be arrested or deported. If they show up to get vaccinated. What can the government do in order to preempt to that. I think that there is a green simple which is the respect for the fundamental riley for healthcare. And that's why the show. And i supports the claim for universal health coverage and we know that a difficulty there because sometimes migrants especially the ones we ne- regular situation reluctant to have recourse to the national health system. Because they are afraid of being detained or deported. The key issue is to get into the trust and mutual confidence with those migrants and to guarantee them that there will be no law enforcement implications for having access to healthcare and especially to the vaccination process. And those who feel that maybe The vaccine has not been properly shot. There's a lotta vaccine hesitancy going around not just on the curve the vaccine on other vaccines as well. What is your message to migrants displaced persons around the world regarding covid nineteen vaccine. I think that the vaccines always f- some risks. But at the couldn't situation. After current moment i think there is sufficient evidence from the scientific and technical point of view that the vaccines that will be available are safe and they guaranteed the protection of the person's against the virus. So my message is very clear. I think that it is absolutely necessary that each one takes get off feels out house. Eckenroth congress possibly using the mosque washing the ants but at the same time every score recourse to the vaccines that is a tool medical put at their disposal to protect them against these very aggressive. Fire that we are confronted

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Childrens book helps to discuss the environment with children

The Science Show

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Childrens book helps to discuss the environment with children

"We begin briefly with a message from the moon from a dog. One you know. Yes i dog on the moon. A friend of johnson. Greens of blueprint fame. I orchestra and a graphic book called the carbon neutral adventures. The indefatigable enviro teens and it is a mixture of fun in fact. Isn't it dog. yes. I wanted to talk not just about what climate change is because i think a lot of people understand that over and this is a book for ten to fourteen year old so i did want to explain what climate changes but almost more importantly i wanted to talk about. Why climate changes and what happened. How it happened and why it's still going on and why it's so hard to do something about it because that if you think about it logically which clearly a lot of people. It doesn't make any sense at all. No you actually summit up marvelously on page one hundred eighty and you say in fact if you imagine the person talking to you. This dog is in fact. A sort of modern version of the mad towed in a speedboat saying the planet is being ruined so wealthy adults can have second jetski. I don't know whether to be scared or sad or angry or something else. I just wanted to the all. Does that sort of sum it up. Yes it does because we talk a lot about the legacy that we're leaving young people and we're very apologetic and for all the grades in the world but we do talk about how they're going to have to fix it and that's just simply outrageous. Not only that we've trashed the planet so badly but also that we're now starting to talk to young people in terms of how it's their job to take care of it and win. Of course i say we. I mean the vast majority of humans on the planet because a lot of the decisions are in the hands of regular folk. But we do have this kind of desperation expectation that people will come along and put together something that we haven't been able to do and that's not really fair now. It isn't but you see in the book your referring to someone who looks like greater but she has a different name what is the name. Cordelia pine kind with it or gardenia. Pine cone is one of them. And that's the most wonderful name. I've come across in a long time. I wanted to put greater in the book infected. I tried to contact her and say would you read my book and write a forward and she didn't get back to me and that's okay 'cause she gets four million emails a day. Yes exactly so. I totally understand that. She wasn't available but it was really about being able to say someone like greater is doing this and we can't all be greta but she's in fact just one person who's doing the same thing that we need. Millions of young people to do now. There are lots of really good scientific references there. But there's one puzzled me. It's fairly long so let me actually read. What's here in the book. It's about piece of technology and you understand very well so far that when it comes to technology. I haven't a clue what's going on anyway. It says the d. foof elisa solar powered vacuum matic vowel sucks up all the nearby poop. Poison foof and flange through the hyper magnetic recycling filter to remove all the bills. Then it's passed at light speed down the anti-gravitational spewed out to be flogged. Back ended home in front. That spits the remains out the plumping shoot into a bucket. All that's left behind is a few nuggets of nickelodeon and you won't believe this. All the bandicoot of the workshop thought. This was hilarious because nickelodeon is a previously unknown form of completely renewable energy that is hugely powerful and totally clean how. We laughed and laughed now in three words. Could you summarize what have just read letitia. The inventing warburg come up with no. I can't not three words there. That's one of the superheroes in the book is leticia who was a genius. Science one bet and she invents all sorts of different machines that do different things with the that work in the mic workshop underneath a headquarters of the environs and the default elisa machine that latisha invented and it removes what they call the poison off which is in fact the in the greenhouse gases. And we know that that carbon isn't infect poisonous. But you just wanted in the right places in the right quantities. The default removed the poison for from the atmosphere. And one of the things. I realize with this wonderful invention which they start trying to deploy around the world. Is that even if you do in fact remove the carbon from the atmosphere. There's still a lot of other problems and difficulties that are going to be solved and it really trying to talk about how chafe nickel solutions to. Climate change are important but they're not infect the answer indeed and where is the island on which this otx. it feels like tasmania. But it isn't is it. It's not a nickel knows. Island is one of the places. I visit with. Captain snoot hall. Who runs the secret. You refuge the and suggests that if they really want to understand what climate change is that need to go on a perilous journey across the waterfall. And are they need to go and talk to the great nipple and the great nipple is a creature who lives at the top of the haunted volcano and explains climate change to them in

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Per Grankvist is building a Swedish media empire around explainer journalism

The Business of Content

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Per Grankvist is building a Swedish media empire around explainer journalism

"Hair. Thanks for joining us and ohio. So i think what initially intrigued me enough to have you on. The show is that you said that the that you're basically running the nordic version of vox dot com for the uninitiated. Vox is a very public policy focused website in the us. Before we get into that. I wanted to start with talking about how you got into the news business in the first place like i think you started out as just like an independent blogger blogging during your free time right. That's right. I was blogging on the topic of sustainability and to understand and explain how companies could record sustainability and make money at same time and sustainability. Just for it's like a make sure of environmental issues how how companies can reduce their impact on the environment things like that right yup unwieldy social aspect of it so the supply chain and how you treat your people in your employees on the diversity questions. It's the full bag. And i was seeing. That company was starting duties and from a business perspective which was quite new in sweden. So i a cover that. And after a few years i got picked up a donald radar on the swedish businessweek and so they acquired the blog and asked me to head up the stain ability section. That was both online and events and in the paper unsold stock a couple of years. And what were you doing is like a day job while you were an independent blogger like was were you working in sustainability or was just the. Was this just an interest that you add. Start off as an interest. I was working as the head of sales and marketing. At wayne's coffee which is basically the is starbucks equipment in the and yeah. That was my day job. And i started the blog. Ganden started to do some. Freelance works talking about sustainability. the all new zealand Leaning into this trying to explain things so how did you. How did you find that audience for your blog. You know before you had any kind of institutional support. The audience found me. I think and so a lot of people start to reach out and asked if i wanted to come see them and i reached out the few companies. Say hey i need to understand a bit. More on those countries where i ki- and companies of that sort and they found me wealth read on the topic and we had way compensation dr turned into articles and sometimes speaking gig sensible and so you said swedish businessweek acquired you. Is that the swedish version of the american magazine businessweek. No it's it's it's a. It's a similar magazine. Exactly called business. That comes a fatter But it's basically the same but it's it's not affiliated and did they. Have you just come on and start blogging on their website. They did that and also they made me an editor and publisher. So i got to head up a new division focusing on covering these issues the emergent climate issues marching supply chain issues and so on. We did that. The nominee channel way which was kind of new and pioneering in duffield and. It sounds like swedish takes the sustainability stuff more seriously than they do in the us. Yes we do but also a bit full of ourselves so we come from a more sort of systemic point of view. Here is some research. And i've sunday's let's do this together. It's not it's not business oriented at all but more more from moral perspective or moral highground. what you could say about bitta. The greta The wasn't out approach here where we look at. How can we make business. How can we make money of this. As that was something i brought to the table and so working for that magazine. Did it raise your national profile. Like obviously sweden is a relatively small country. Compared to the us you became well relatively well known as a intellectual. Yeah you can say that. I mean i'm curious. Persons are trying to understand things and someone said Gold made the malcolm glad well of sweden of sorts. Because i was at a constantly getting interested in all kinds of new stuff. Oh here's something. Old filter bubbles. Oh here's something social media how that works on. So i tried to explain it soon as i learned something and that gave me a reputation Landed me a new job as the on the opinion pages of one of the big newspapers in sweden is a thug. Biggest national newspaper here by god gate Swedish national brokaw. Coster sat equivalent of pbs in us. Yeah so you became so not just well known in printed pap- papers but was it your voice or were you also appearing on tv i was also paying k the i do have much more of us that are radio. Appearance was forced on tv. So every friday. I come along to get with two other people on the panel discussed today. made make sense of the dole. I was basically my job. So you're a recognizable like you're walking on the street people would recognize who you're

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The Dylan catalog, a 60-year rock 'n' roll odyssey, is sold

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

08:23 min | 1 year ago

The Dylan catalog, a 60-year rock 'n' roll odyssey, is sold

"I got a question for you. Are you doing fan. Bob dylan fan. I'm okay with them. But i'm not a hardcore you bet. If you're if you don't like dylan you better get ready. Because you're going to hear a lot more dylan. I'm telling you why. After i tell you about shed concrete this homeowners and builders out there you know what i'm gonna tell you. My brother-in-law greg at the folks that shake crete they have a huge selection of pre cast concrete steps. You got to check this out. There's a tv commercial. Would meet in it and you get to see all the great steps that they have to offer but you can do that on the website you can stop by and see whether you're building a new home where you need to replace an old staircase. Shay has great vibes with designs for any home. They're veiling concrete. You can customize your steps with beautiful stone granite or brick. New staircase can dramatically upgrade the front entrance of your home. Maybe that's tom brady. Inches el ni. They can't seem to unload. There's little bungalow thirty three million dollar home. Maybe they have to upgrade the steps. That's how you do it. Most cases can remove your old stairs and heavy walking a new set of front steps within hours. And just like that. Your host looks better houses worth more and maybe trying to sell it. Maybe it helps you sell it. It's new steps they can. They can really help you move that old home and make it look better and so quicker you can learn more about chase pre cast concrete steps steps at a concrete dot com to stop by one of their four state of the ad for scillies. All over new england. I bob dylan. And i love these stories because this this is what the taylor swift it. Which means that they will wake up and actually have some interest in this topic. Talking about my girl taylor. Swift sold her music catalog to what's his name scooter braun. Oh yeah and then complains. After bob dylan sold his music library for three hundred million dollars. That's right And by the way He sold is popularly. Seventy eight which is another one of those amazing miracles. The bob dylan still around still kicking. Well did you hear what he said about this jerry region. But here's what's going to happen you me. We'll be watching You know football game. We're watching wednesday night football thursday night football tuesday night. Football game mini mini games That around these days and there's gonna be a commercial for flow or he'll be commercial for you name it Gimme gimme some tv for apple apple. Lot of apple commercials. That's a good one apple amazon target. And it'll be Some of my friend is blowing in the wind blowing in the wind or something blue. What's blue some blue jet blue. And they'll be tangled up in blue. You'll go what bob dylan. His stuff is going to be of vera readily available companies to put in tv commercials. Because bob dylan sold out. It's bob dylan's if you don't like it if you think you know that he's Not that kind of guy that he wouldn't ever seventy-nine by the way he sold out. He took the money. God bless him his family's gonna why he needs the money but his family is going to be fabulously wealthy for generations but companies like target nap bullen and whatever flow what is flow sell insurance. Press gress yes i defense. They're going to be able to play. Dylan's pay whatever the going rate is and they could play it and you'll hear it all over the place just like you here. You know the rolling stones in some cases or taylor swift and other artists who was amazing. When i read the story it was about some of the other artists of fleetwood. Mac sold theirs for like. I get the number here here. It is eighty million dollars they sold. It wasn't even the whole catalog eighty million dollars. Fleetwood mac and dillon skate. Like columbine could probably name more wallflower songs and he can bog way. Bob dole i. It's right over my head. I have no idea i look. I'm surprised he got three hundred million. Based on the fact that that ship has sailed a long time ago dylan receives a lump sum between two hundred and four hundred I'm not sure what the what. The stevie nicks sold their publishing catalog for eighty million dollars. The dylan portfolio six hundred songs while other bands who have sold their catalogs sold. You know taking the money. Blondie barry manilow and the estates of john lennon and kurt cobaine. I believe john lennon the beatles. Paul mccartney bought them for like a ridiculous amount of money Like eight hundred million. Paul mccartney owns well. Didn't jackson by michael jackson and then mccray jackson and a falling out story there. But there's only one to look up jerry. Three hundred million eighty million two hundred to four hundred million. What did what did brian. Wilson's father sell the beach boys catalogue for another against the wishes without the kids. Even knowing and i think he sold it for like seventy dollars and a coke or something new never spoke to his father again obviously but if the beach boys is the one you would want because of the catchy jingles. Yeah that's true point and that the father sold it for nothing. He had no idea what he had. And what the value of wasn't a guy goes. Hey i'm gonna dig deep here. I'll give you five hundred dollars. Whereas i sold and brian wilson was never the same after it happened. It's a good point. But i think dylan's got a lot of those you know catch even though they you know might be whatever. The revolutionary songs at times they are a change in blowing in the wind and songs like that which will which will fit nicely in commercials. And we'll be sick of them all with and i'm sure he had control over it and limited the exposure but i guarantee you. He sold the rights to some two songs to some commercials. I assume right Yeah i guess. So i mean i don't blame me if you're gonna die soon and you wanna take care of you. Offspring kids grandkids. You say. What the hell. What do i care if not be capitalizing on all the different changes that are going on in the music industry. I bet it's like a five person team that he has controlling the catalog right. Like it's a he. He owns time. Bob no one said a need the money for anything the the couple couple of years ago. Long before covid were dylan on went on tour and performed at three hundred nights in a year three hundred nights in one year deal and he was like seventy five and i don't know anyone that went to see him. He wasn't playing the big rooms anymore but he's just addicted to performing and singing his songs and i must have just an insane amount of money already. I mean just. But it's like what bob cousy sold all his Collectibles always memorabilia. He said what do i need it for. This is going to pay for my grandkids education. And can you blame him for that. I wouldn't. I'm a big lira. Guy when it comes to rock and roll. If you consider dylan rock and roll and dylan for what i again. He's not my bag particularly. I don't have any bob dylan on my phone. But his his lyrics. If back on my i always think that you know if you get ten best lyrics of all time. You don't need a whether they know which way the wind blows is one of the great lines right and i'm with you. I'm a lear. Emma word man to and i love you know singing along to whatever tangled up in blue and he. He won the nobel prize for whatever writing. Poetry didn't show up for the award. You know. I believe. I believe greta thune. Berg was second so she'd go toward for him but no he won the nobel prize. I think he blew the market and show up to get the thing and these the only singer or songwriter to win to win it

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Fire devastates world's largest sand island

TIME's Top Stories

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Fire devastates world's largest sand island

"Gladys boo knows firsthand. the devastation climate change is already visiting on the world. The twenty five year old has vivid memories of kale island a tiny islet in the solomon islands archipelago where she used to swim and barbecue on the white sand beaches. It's also where her grandparents used to live decades back but kale island no longer exists. It was declared lost in two thousand sixteen after it fully submerged beneath the water a victim of rising sea levels. She worries more of her home. In the south pacific could share the same fate if global temperatures continue to rise at the same pace and just decades. My country's map has changed drastically. She says boo and others who have personally experienced the worst effects of climate change took center stage at a two week. Summit for youth climate activists. The virtual event was organized out of frustration at the postponement of the twenty twenty united nations climate. Change conference also called cop. Twenty six meeting between nations called mock cop twenty six. The summit was attended by more than three hundred fifty delegates from one hundred eighteen countries and included speeches from activists and stakeholders from around the world including the uk government minister in charge of the original cop twenty six in a year dominated by pandemic related disruptions. The mockup to six may be one of the largest international meetings focused on climate change. Even if it lacked official status but another goal of the event was to elevate the voices of those most affected by climate. Change it's a conscious decision. Based on consensus among youth activists that people in the developing world and other marginalized voters are not being represented in the climate movement which has largely focused on activists from developed nations. Be a greta tune. Berg's fridays for future or extinction rebellion which was established in the uk. The climate movement has been often inaccessible and is generally dominated by middle class. White people in the global north says a mercedes rodriguez richer to an activist from the uk student climate network. We can't stand up to this challenge without listening to the people whose voices matter the most in an attempt to be more inclusive. The virtual conference says granted more delegates. To what organizers call most affected people in areas or mapa including the philippines and bangladesh these countries and others were granted five delegates as opposed to three from most developed nations. Giving them more speaking time. More than seventy percent of the delegates represented at the summit or from developing countries. Having more delegates also gave these countries more representation and say in the wording of the final statement from mockup twenty six many behind. Mock cop twenty six. See this as a first step toward changing the emphasis of the youth climate movement. Several studies have shown that a warming planet will disproportionately affect developing countries more than developed nations however mainstream climate movements of faced criticism for not being inclusive of the most vulnerable nations earlier. This year. vanessa. Nakata a ugandan. Climate activist was cropped out of a photo in which she posed with four activists from europe including gratitude berg. It felt like i had been robbed in my space. Nicotine told time in july if climate justice does not involve the most affected communities than it is not justice at all. The photo was later replaced by the new agency that published it when we include everyone. You realize how a lot of the problems are. Common across countries says mitzi thanh a twenty two year old activists from the philippines who has been volunteering at the summit and is one of the speakers representing her country. Thanh has lived through extreme weather events in her native manila which has witnessed progressively more powerful typhoons with each passing year. She says activists like her who have seen the life altering damage. Climate change is already inflicting can go beyond being just sad stories and statistics and take an active role in creating a global solution. There's evidence this approach might result in more effective action to a twenty nineteen report by the united nations development programme found that vulnerable developing countries are leading the world by enacting ambitious pledges on emissions and climate resilience so the narrative. Necessarily isn't we are drowning. We need help says samira sarala a climate change policy expert at the united nations development programme. But rather look how we have seen the consequences and taken the destiny into our own hands. Abu the activist from the solomon islands feels that amplifying stories like hers will help people understand that the climate crisis is already a reality for people in many parts of the world when people who don't believe in climate change. Listen to our stories. They will hopefully empathize and engage she says.

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"greta" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

"Greta took place against a wall around the corner from the Prime Minister's office and there she sat. Even though Greta didn't put up a fuss she was hard to overlook and have bright yellow rain jacket. Greta asked a passer by to take a photograph which he shed online. A few people ask questions and offered their support. Your generation will save the world. You are the ones who will clean up after us. Some said it wouldn't hurt if you helped to. Greta wanted to say Toronto called Greta on her phone. The media had heard of Greta Strike and they were on their way. Greta wasn't expecting this but she was surprised and happy a year ago. She wasn't speaking to anyone beyond her family now. She managed to give several interviews. The crime crisis has never been treated a crisis. And so. I think that should via start Greta who had a photographic memory repeated what scientists had already said again and again the reporters wrote it down as if they were hearing it for the first time over and over she told them unless radical and immediate action is taken to curb carbon emissions. The planet will warm to catastrophic temp riches. What we do during the next decade will determine the climate vanilla two billion children alive today. Savante came by to check on Greta and found has surrounded journalists. Aus- Fonte if they had permission to film and interview and he noticed that Greta was tense. Svante polls graduate aside and she started to cry. Let's go home now. Her father said Okay Greta her head. You don't need to do any of this. Let's forget about this and get out of here Greta Paste. She inhaled she ex house even though she was still upset. She focused straight ahead. No she said I'm doing this. Greta stay that every day during school hours for three weeks. Greta Strike Odran coverage from Sweden's biggest newspapers as reporters flocked to her. She handed out flyers bearing the message. You grownups don't give a crap about my future off. Two three weeks of missing classes critics still was not satisfied. The emissions continue to increase whether she striped not the day before parliamentary elections. Greta spoke in front of two thousand people. At the People's climate march install comes when she took to the stage. She asked everyone to take out that phones and share her remarks. We will go on with the school strike every Friday as from now. We will sit outside the Swedish parliament until Sweden is in line with the Paris Agreement Retro announced he's the crowd cried out vessel Anne a matter of months. The number of protesters grew from hundreds to thousands. Wretched refused to recognize the movement as one she started. She was one of many many activists who were pushing for climate action in January twenty nineteen. Greta was invited to speak to business leaders and politicians at the World Economic Forum Davos. She warned them. I don't want you to be hopeful. I want you to panic. I want you to feel the fair. I feel every day and then I want you to act. I want you to act as you would in a crisis. I wanted to act as the house was on fire because it is by summer of two thousand nineteen. Greta was both celebrated and condemned more than two million people across. A hundred and thirty five countries joined the movement. People wondered if she'd win the Nobel Prize Time. Put her on the cover of the magazine. Some lawmakers refused to listen when Greta spoke publicly instead. They poked fun nearly a year. After Greta. I sat outside Parliament. A new journey awaited. How on the opposite side of the Atlantic Greta and Sunday Board Zero Carbon Yacht to sail from Britain to New York City where she was invited to take part in the United Nations. Climate Action. Summit the morning At a Manhattan Marina. She woke up and suddenly smelled something indescribable the salty ad that she'd become accustomed to have been replaced with the odor of pollution. When she sailed beneath the gaze of Lady Liberty Seventeen. Sailboats heralded her arrival. The ground seemed to shake beneath our feet when Greta stepped off the yacht. She searched for her balance. As I see leg stabilized in the distance she hud supporters chanting. Welcome Greta the two weeks old. Greta had heard were own thoughts. And the laps of the ocean waves. She was stunned by starry. Skies AND SPONTANEOUS ENCOUNTERS WILDLIFE. Nuke City can be overwhelming for any outsider but for Greta who felt everything very deeply it was so big in so loud. It's so overwhelming. I've gone from nothing but me and the ocean to this Greta told a reporter but half air for the planet outweighed discomfort. Greta continued on in America. People discussed climate change as something that one did not believe in in Sweden where Greta came from. The climate crisis was a fact when she was asked whether she'd speak with President. Donald trump on her trip. Greta feared it would be a waste of time because he did not believe in climate change. He was what people cool a climate denier. As president of the United States. He had the opportunity to speak with many experts if they couldn't convince him global heating. Greta figured it was a lost cause. I'm not that special. I can't convince everyone she said senators complimented Greta and other young activists for the work they done. Please save us your praise. We don't want it. She scolded them. Reta was frustrated hearing the same compliment day after day. She wanted someone to do something on September twentieth. Twenty Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Greta marched alongside four million people worldwide three days later at the UN climate action summit. She was asked what message she had for world leaders. Greta said this is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you? You are failing us but the young people are starting to understand your betrayal. The eyes of all future generations are upon you. And if you choose to fail us I say we will never forgive you right here. Right now is where we draw the line. The world is waking up and change is coming with the you like it or not think you often Greta speech more and more people around the globe took notice. An American media outlet called her mentally ill which Greta sore is a signal that she was winning. She knew that people pointed out looks and differences when they had no other challenges available. Greta nuance difference was a superpower. I see the world kind of black and white. She said everyone says that there is no black and white issue. But I think this is either. We go on a civilization or we don't today. Greta still stands outside protesting every Friday. But now she's not alone supporters. Drop by join her on their lunch breaks they sometimes bring. Food Greta who generally the same thing everyday surprises ourself by finding new things. She enjoys like noodles. Fil while our planet's future is still uncertain. Greta has many opportunities ahead. She launched a foundation to promote sustainability as well as mental health inspired by the environmental documentaries that she sore in the classroom. Greta agreed to participate in a documentary. Series that will follow her to some of the most extraordinary places on Earth a she explores what actions could be taken to limit climate change but perhaps the most exciting news is that Greta has inspired what journalists according the greater effect a wave of youth have taken to action offline and online to raise awareness about the causes they care about most and world leaders racing to keep up with demands because as. Greta pointed out. Change is coming whether you like it or not.

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"greta" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

"I'm Jamie Lee Jamal and this is good night stories forever ago. Fairytale podcast about the rebel goals. Who Inspire US this week? Greta Timberg when Gretzky started sixth grade. She cried on her way to school. She cried in Plus Two. Every day teaches cooled. Greta stay at home. Dads funday every day. He rushed to bring her home to the golden retriever. Moses Greta would sit with Moses hours petting him and caressing his coat as much as have parents tried to help. Greta slipped further into a funk until she stopped functioning altogether. She stop playing the piano. She stopped laughing. Stop Talking Gratis. Mother Magliana a well known opera. Singer took a break from performing. When Greta stopped eating at home they hung a white sheet of paper on the wool where they tracked Greta food intake. A half of Nana five nookie never enough. Magliana fantasia tried to coax Greta into eating. Sometimes they screamed and threatened other times. They begged and cried. Offered Young Greta anything. Their imagination came up with but more often than no. They had to sit on their hands until Greta herself decided to eat something..

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"greta" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You ready for this the BBC will be partnering with and you know where your lover you can't live without Greta soon bird ladies and gentleman seventeen years old she'll be doing a series for climate change and global warming so it's good to see that the B. B. C. is bringing in the heavy hitters the Swedish environmentalists Greta soon Berg who just turned seventeen and who's been programmed by her parents that should be a fun show eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two let's grab another call queens New York Eddie I'm right around the corner from you how are you Hey gang good afternoon how's it going good welcome I am I'm an airforce back to when I had the the thing I wanted to mention that I I'm I'm curious about it is this not a big deal the fact that last election twenty sixteen twenty nine percent research that you twenty eight twenty eight percent to research that the Latino vote going to president trump isn't that a huge deal I think it's a huge deal I think it's gonna be a lot bigger I think it's over look I don't think anyone everyone talks about it and I think if he's a so called racist as they always say all the nonsense they taught their Adam the fact that he got twenty eight percent with all those attacks against them I mean I I don't I don't know how old he can't go but well I think one of the reasons is and thank you for your call and he is the news media there they direct the narrative and if even when you go to when you look at and again the on the conservative side we don't talk much about demographic this and demographic that that's designed to divide and conquer and that's what the Democrats strategy is been very good at we'll get this group of people that feel this way very angry at that group of people and then we'll tell the women that without us they can't however the reality is most minority groups categorize that way by the left have more in common with conservative values then liberal progressive values that's the fact of it that's probably why they don't wanna talk about it for example the Latino community the incredible work ethic the family value the family structure the religion the foundational religion in so many countries where people come here to settle resettle or and and where they come here legally religion is such ship it play such a big role and this and that the interesting thing is the same thing can be said for the black vote and I don't know if the news media they don't want to bring it up but the new it it I'm glad you called Eddie insure that statistic because people are under the impression that there's one percent of this group in point old three percent of that group and then there's just that guy can from the radio with a pickup truck in a rebel flag vote for trump that's not the case all you have to do is Google you pick who ever you do not think would vote for Donald Trump and Google VAQ definition for Donald Trump our trans genders for Donald Trump Latinos are Donald Trump pick one immigrants for Donald Trump small business owners are just go pick one and you're gonna be shocked you don't hear that about it in the news media and and the black community is the same way with the religious roots and the love and respect of god and even when you go deeper into older demographics you do find a on mentioned respect for law enforcement we're supposed to believe all this propaganda that dripped out of eight years of bombing as some like this group doesn't like cops and this group doesn't like that and that group does it it now the more you do the deeper you drill into America the more American values you'll find in common that's the craziest thing it's like whether it was my family coming over from Hungary or Poland or my friends family coming over from Italy they want to learn the language they love the American flag they're proud of the military so right off the bat the talking points are not what the new twenty first century liberal progressive Democratic Party.

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"greta" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast

The Qwipster Film Review Podcast

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast

"Does have thematic elements and brief smoking. The run time is two hours and fifteen minutes. Now this is of course bringing back Louisa. Somme Al Qods much beloved in oft adapted novel of the same name. I think this is maybe the seventh or eighth adaptation to the big screen at least notable one for little women it does relate the story of the four March sisters. They grew up. In their humble existence. In Nineteenth Century Massachusetts Greta Gerwig here is adapting capping the screenplay and directing the feature although it is an age old story but it does have an eye for a modern audience under gerwig direction her eye for authenticity. Fantasy it's impeccable in her second solo effort as a director. And she's really coming off your one. Excellent feature after another personal comedic drama lady bird word really set the mold for her but this is giving someone else's voice to her instead of a personal vision although she really does make it our own little women comes across feeling ailing no less personal even though the story in the setting and the era are not Gerwig as a novel little women had been published in two volumes to first one in eighteen sixty eight and the other in eighteen sixty nine but the volumes ended up being combined in the film. They are interwoven. Together in this rearranged timeline that jumps back and forth in it spotlights the hopes of the sisters and their dreams as teenagers. And then they temper those ambitions with the grimmer realities Alevis of the real world when they're in their adulthood. The film spins the aren't of the four young sisters with artistic and romantic ambitions. Their names are Joe and amy me and Megan Beth in their living with their mother Marmi while their father is off fighting in the civil war now much of the film concentrates on Joe Story Play by Sir Sha Ronin and and that's regarding her ambition and her struggle to become a published writer and we meet her first at a newspaper editors office who ends up chopping up her story and then paying occur less than usual to publish it but joe is ecstatic that her work even diminished by. This editor is going up here in the paper. And throughout the course of the film we see Joe's Joe's maturation she finds her voice both as a writer and as a woman the artistic. Amy these second. Oldest sister played by Florence. Pugh you. She takes a sizable secondary role. Not only as an actor but also as a sister here mostly stems from Amy's possible romance with. Laurie played by Timothy Shallow Chaumet as well as her difficulty in accepting that the only real path to achieve financial success for a woman in this era of society is to marry a rich man. The third spotlighted is made play by Emma Watson who wants to be an actress but who's married for love with his tutor of lower means and last is Beth this promising pianist just who ends up suffering due to scarlet fever and she becomes the reason that the family stays bonded together at some point in their lives. Never Greta Gerwig. Little women does represent present story that she has carried since her youth her mother ready-to-wear when she was very very young and then she had reread it several times throughout her childhood and into her early teens around the age fifteen was the last time she read it until her early thirties. And she found when she read it as an adult that a lot of it resonated with her in a very different different a very personal way that did not strike her when she read it as a teenager. And what once seemed like a heartwarming and old fashioned tale when she was young now read like a modern topical book underneath her familiarity with the march sisters and their story. Come through in this film and you can sense what parts may have found a meaningful from all cats riding. By what she's decided to showcase the medically on the screen you can tell from the narrative that both all hot and GERWIG identify with breath. Joe The most among the sisters she's a storyteller and a woman who has to traverse in this field is largely dominated by men at the top. Something that both alcott and Gerwig have to deal with as storytellers in their own respective fields the desire to adapt little women for a new generation. It really started back in twenty thirteen. Sony pictures felt that the last major tation was approaching twenty years old. They needed something for a new generation. The nineteen ninety-four version with winona. Ryder was very well respected and much beloved but they you want something that people have not seen before so the ended up going with the script by then newcomer milch but that ended up. Not Panning out. That was rejected. Did and things went into limbo until producer amy. Pascal took over the project. Pascal made it her mission to emphasize female lead stories and filmmakers in her productions since she began discussions with Sarah polly initially in twenty fifteen with this option for poly to direct. If they decide to go with her adaptation Gerwig during this time heard what about their intentions to make a film of Little Women in Two Thousand Sixteen and she immediately petitioned to be the one to write the script and she was given the go-ahead when polly became wrapped up with another project net flicks miniseries called alias. Grace once lady bird ended up getting released in two thousand seventeen to soaring critical acclaim. Sony asked if she liked to also direct from her script so hers would be different though because while others who have adapted little women see as a tale of family and sisterhood primarily Gerwig Gerwig saw it as more governed by money issues and passion for art and what it means to be a woman to have money in this era gives you freedom freedom to pursue your art something that women have rarely been afforded to up to that point in history and to help flesh out. The story to mirror ALCOTT's life GERWIG ended up consulting more even just a little women novel. Her diaries her letters her other novels. She used some of her entries in their diaries and her letters to add flavor to the bits of dialogue going to merge them with Joe's story especially Joe alcock almost become one and the same here her decision to lay of the stories with his back and forth in the timeline. Timeline comes from this contrast between the two volumes in the book the first volume is much more crowd pleasing in its telling and it ranges from one Christmas to another. That's usually the one that most people adapt when they do adapt little women this his second volume to the film that concentrates more on the relationships in the marriages of the sisters as a grown to adulthood and that contrast their dreams and sacrifices that they've made in both volumes Beth becomes ill and what occurs to her in each of the sets sets the tone of the work with the first volume representing the compromises compromises that Alcott made to get her story published while the second shifts more towards semi-autobiographical viewpoints. You know given that many adaptations only concentrate on the first volume of the sisters as young girls you know. Those are usually crafted heartwarming tales of Christmas and Family Unity Gerwig treatment really breaks the mold for little women that shows the girls as adults facing the realities. That young women have aspiration faced in Alcott's day to find their own paths in life only to be constantly told that their journey it has to be tied to a man to achieve anything the first volume resonated with Gerwig too many readers as young girls the second volume resonated much more to Gerwig when and she was an adult Gerwig. Little women is what all caught wrote that stuck with her when she was viewing it with the eyes and of an adult all Rhode her volumes in her mid thirties with that that perspective in mind that looking back at her childhood Gerwig here adapting the book in her mid thirties keeping in mind viewing all cots writing with a similar perspective on where they are in life as struggling talents in their respective fields. The dialogue was written so that the actors would end up talking over one another on occasion very frequently much. It's like a real conversation might especially with this family of a mother and four sisters who really know each other very well and are not afraid to share their ideas when ever a thought strikes strikes. The actors are not stationary in this film at all they usually perform actions as talk and walk in to a room and into another room in a way that draws out how people might do so in real life felt that period pieces don't necessarily need to move slowly because in their own time. They were the bustling and modern the era they were the most modern era up to that point. There's plenty of dancing here of seeing in running and feeling alive and a naturalistic flow to these performances. That are given due to who the well rehearsed.

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

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"I know it's very disturbing to think about that in the netherlands in holland yes that is a common search term during rush hour people talking to their phones requesting this while they're during their car will wait a minute district where's the porn guinness show weber the celebrity celebrity on the screen if if you if you're in the car you just say to your phone okay google show some porn with black women yeah yeah and then what then it'll take you to a paging and driving hello yes i understand understand your surprise yes they're driving when they ask these questions yes i guess they just want to see it while they're driving or maybe they're stuck in traffic they're bored or it's holland's terrible it all and i just thought that's a great statistic well it's one of those trade secrets yeah i guess the point being that there's a lot of people who are marginally qualified qualified making decisions about what is right for you to see or not it's certainly not any smart is no al go running around i'm doing it for you all right well i accept off gritting i get nothing oh great so we can go to listen to steve hilton attack no no then i can i can do something else for you before i do wanna hear the steve hilton thing i know oh you're all you're all about it i'm all jacked up about it but there's something else going on do you remember when we talked about google sidewalk project check for seattle this is the project where you have a replicant and they built a whole profile about you and where you stop op and so they have had everyone thought it was creepy when we played it they build us don't have the old clip i'm sure i have it somewhere now let me see pippen creep creep people out again okay well you wanna play the whole thing but will play a little bit here we go replica is made up of two parts a replica activity table at database representing all the trips and activities so this is the smart city and it's not just in seattle this particular older clip is about seattle and the smart march city this this google project it has sensors monitors everywhere in the street lamps you know it wasn't to do this in toronto i believe yes to toronto onta my next clip but we start with with the seattle and here's the creep they're gonna bring on your life by people in an area and explorer and easy to use interface for querying the data and creating maps and charts first let's look at how a replica activity table is created we used cell phone location data yeah covering a small percentage of the population to learn about travel patterns and create a travel behavior model basically a set of rules that represent how a person makes makes choices on where when why and how to travel the location data is collected by third party mobile apps with all identifying information mike names and phone numbers removed shortly we use aggregate census information and other sources to create what planners call a synthetic population this is a virtual population that is statistically representative of the real population you remember all this yes sim city exactly really so creepy obviously and there's some talking there about oh yeah it'll just be anonymous data we won't know anything to worry about i bet big news out of toronto where they are planning and the late planning stages of exactly the same project the toronto sidewalk project from sidewalk labs which is one hundred percent owned by google here's the news why did you decide to resign this this is the privacy expert who was brought onto the project their name is an kevorkian i think and she quit she stood up and quit the other day i was hired by sidewalk labs to embed privacy by design into all of the smart city operations this is i well privacy by design years ago goats framework of proactively embedding much privacy protective measures into the design of the smart city now normally that would involve obtaining the positive consent of the residents of the city but we know that's not possible here because the data will be collected automatically by sensors and other technologies analogies so the opportunity for consent doesn't exist so what do we do about that my comment was you must de identify over personally identifiable definable information at source meaning at the time it's collected by the sensor you de identify it right then and they're using very strong the identification protocols because that will resist we identification attacks that's essential and sidewalk labs has committed to that but recently on on thursday at the meeting they indicated to waterfront toronto that they want to create this new civic data trust which is great a number of bodies will participate make decisions relating into the use of the data but that they could only encourage the identification of data not make it mandatory and when i heard that that's when i knew i had to resign the civic data trust.

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03:40 min | 2 years ago

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"'cause i'm watching the a documentary 'cause k. q. e. d. PBS our logo PBS station has fallen prey to the history channel's kind have programming ideas and they have this series called nazi mega weapons oh that's a good one i like that what they have like a mile long cannon dan and stuff they were talking about the v. one in this case k v one story on nazi mega weapons is is like riveting it's very interesting and i did not realize all these years being a baby boomer all these years that v one attacks on london and when they really started sending the v. ones over the they finally got the thing to work all took place after d day oh i didn't know that either either so they thought they were just something that was going on d day save today he was dead done all right we're good to go no so when d. he day after d day was well underway well underway not just the day after well underway they start that's when they did the attack in london with with the v. one small so that was used to me that's united felt like an idiot you know they still dig one of those up from time to time here in in holland the draining some some water but they do that reclaiming reclaiming some land and now all of a sudden they'll be the of viana surface unexploded of course stuff like that shows up all the time do is interesting thing about this v. one that really got my attention i'd like to see how this machine to see there was a little device they rolled all doubt that was the size of like a v eight engine with a bunch of big pipes and weird stuff cook to it and it was it was some sort of a steam embalm and they would hook distinct to the v. one would be strapped to this rocket launcher device so get go in and they just think generated this little device it was very small it was moved it wasn't like a ramjet type deal they had going on there but the ram jets are real a problematic because is you can't make them actually do anything until they're going at high speeds it's it was a ramjet but they had to get it launched an into the air at high high speeds to get it to restart really working and then it took off like ramjet it wasn't flew across the channel but they had the launch it with something and they didn't have like rocket look at launchers or anywhere getting into going to use a spring or anything they had this little device and they showed it and it was like a created a steam bomb tom and they wrap it onto the stage latching onto the back of the launching platform and it would be hooked to the to the rocket and then they clamp lamp down with a bunch of these levers and it would then they turn it on it would generate this apparently unbelievable monitor steam uh-huh and then they release it and it would go pushed his rocket up and if you see any relaunches of a. v. one if you go look them up on youtube all that smoke can crap is actually the steam explosion and then they roll the thing back and use it again what was this thing is there a an equivalent for rockets for train formers i think you hit the nail on the head in good morning.

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08:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Ask fitted in their scott it in the whole show plays something to take a little side trip here and do louis something a little intellectual oh my a day to kick to kick drugs okay let's try this is a there's a guy out there who's a very famous historian he talks mostly about the peleponnesian wars and things like that his name is victor davis hanson absolutely i've seen him he's he's he's he's area dyke character in a book recently called the case for trump he's total pro-trump he's a trumper yeah and get by an academia i was looking at some status recently this year social sciences or even the history department ratio ratio of democrats or republicans as like fifty to one but he is so good that nobody but he was on this show that the stamford stanford hoover institute does your question yes what exactly is the hoover institute who's behind it what's the deal who's financing using it the who has been around forever and i started off i think within domino from hoover himself to stanford it became this institute who who's currently financing it is i don't know but i'm sure it's a bunch of running but it's a part of stanford university yes it is so but he's not they loaded tap was visiting professors m people who are over there to write books while they're there and have meetings here in nightstand way so but this is stanford is not a liberal lefty yes college hoover institution david away they said the hoover institute is like there we're balanced i like what did they have it all that's like that okay yeah i hear you got you makes sense awesome for balance look at look at the hoover institute in the cage over there we're balanced okay a lot of it did a couple of historical analyses of world war two and i thought that these i picked a couple of clips up just very three of them and i want to play in probably in the order of let's start with the victor hansen on japan in world war two japan japan was strange because as as i said they were the most vicious they killed seventeen million people in china and yet they lost three million quite a lot we burned down forty percent of their urban urban through the b twenty nine insincere rage hiroshima and nagasaki but we never invaded their land as we had done italy and germany so they had not seen seen a battle on their own turf i know they'd been bombed but when they unilaterally then surrendered they never quite accepted that ah the american marines or army get face to face with and they never came to deal with their pass as they do today and if you don't believe me they just put their big first big carrier use it it they just launched it what the name of it was the kaga you know what the cargo was it was a leading character pearl harbor and he's as being just like this speeded this yeah this was a species wasn't the interview this is probably about three years old okay iranian good stuff that i'd never heard before i didn't know that i didn't know that either for the clip not obscure information trim l. on it's kind of rude she think i mean how come not worse trump calling him out on this well i think it was during the obama that explains is it okay got it now let's talk about appeasement a little bit this was good in nineteen thirty to nineteen thirty three the oxford debating society yes i am very famous debate said for king and country i shall not fight at the same time they were already trying into violate the tennis treaty germany mussolini was already planning to go into ethiopia the japanese had been fighting for two years so there was a sense of appeasement which is a good word at that time that you were ready ready to listen soft power lead from behind that's what it was but it meant that they sacrificed qualifies their material advantages because the people in it were not willing to fight in other words they weren't they lost it turns because they were not willing to lose a few thousand soldiers soldiers so they wouldn't lose sixty million people in a war and that translated on the battlefield as a BF nine was no better than a french fighter mark three tank was no better or worse than a shark tank but five missions for b f one nine per day to for a french fighter french tanks ran out of gas germans didn't so he is is making the point that there was no german advantage in so far as armament was concerned it was just enthusiasm german they were you know if there's one thing i can say about those nazis they hadn't during susie we're very enthusiastic about the mission mission yes now good point from the professor there now so again this speech took place during the obama administration so this is his last little clip that was was interesting he's talking about the UK and it's something we never consider in fact we don't even consider the fact that russia is largely responsible for winning world war two chew while we do you and i do would you and i do in a few listen to show doing some other people that are sensible realize this but a lot of people don't owned and they don't care one way or the other but this part about the UK is not discussing it's probably just as important as recognizing the russia for helping beat hitler and it's kind of more interesting because it's even more ignored britain waged a brilliant war it was the only country to a fight the first day of the war and the last day of war september september second six years no other country fought the entire war no other country went to war think of this for the principal ally we only went to war when they attacked the soviet union only went to war when they attacked us germany attack people italy attacked people japan not britain and went to a war horford principal they were brilliantly led they put forty percent of their investment and land and seep error and naval power they avoided the psalm tom verdone they lost the fewest of all the major four hundred and twenty-five less than half what they had lost in world war one and much more ambitious warren to that being said they mobilize we think we mobilize they mobilized to agree that was on precedent more so in terms of per capita investment assessment than the united states is soviet union they were flat broke when the war was over and then unfortunately because of the deprivation they began to socialize derails third healthcare system their transportation their iron steel industries or power and low and behold within ten years the countries that were flattened like japan and germany were industrial powerhouses turning out mercedes and hondas toyotas and britain's car industry take one example was over with so they had a very tragic chick and they also gave up their empire willingly so but there there's was a tragic experience and it makes me very sad when i hear obama's thomas and they're going to get back at the they were the most admirable and idealistic of all the allies and they thought way above what they people have thought they were capable in every single category munitions except one year planes they al produce the third reich had all of occupied the EU up today under its power well of course it's true i mean even when we had our office in london it was still in shortage which was being rebuilt as the hipster place to be but there were still bombed the buildings there they took they took it hard but you know what they had an enthusiastic guy they had church yet they had a motivational motiviations speaker was interesting his journey shell both countries had motiv- motivated enthusiastic guys all three including hitler in writing about world war two for paper at school you can just say adam uncle adam uncle john said these were really enthusiastic ask guys now just a little world war two tidbit which i feel bad.

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06:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Sarah carl please change my current status from baron of the alps to earl of the swiss alps because elps an area that covers aac different countries is too difficult to put on the not know agenda peerage map i think i do not get it read i did not get registered with no agenda the maps anyways going on in these guests something about the elps wikipedia link thanks to both you curry to both your curry hello hello courage zander's talking about so throats the father means proud dad and that's the translation of that hashtag l. okay but otherwise yeah i think he kind of got got high they're halfway through dutch things we do that you know let me rub banging out an email hold on where was i oh yeah alps thank you sir saunder we'll change your title momentarily and of course dr fuji we'll see you on the podium later as well sir donald borowski our buddy from from spokane values actually is is actual title is sir donald of the fire bottles count of washer her eastern washington state he sent a no vote in the united federation of planets letterhead but she didn't have to because he already donated enough money to get all notes read once again time has gotten away from me so here is my donation for october and november which is two times one two three four five or two hundred forty six dollars ninety cents and i enclosed an article from car and driver about people pushing back against self driving cars cheers sir david okay all right did be one any gingrich he has no jingling or anything listed so karma exactly you've scott karma and so here we go here's our buddy circum- posta ranger and grand canyon canyon arizona two hundred dollars oh yeah we referred to him recently i it's been several months since i've donated so humbly request request deducing -duced bit busy lately and have been catching up on the fast fast s. pugh episodes i saved the last two in my phone and look forward to listening to them while around the grand canyon for work hikers invariably still kayla presume i'm listening to a dushi ted talk as a burst out laughing yeah they go in fact we should just have all our album march to say hey ted talk not even add ten acces talk light good idea the ted ex i'm confident i have people say why don't you do a tedtalk do they pay no i know your answer but it's a ted ex it's for the community yeah companies making money how i'm doing something for a nonprofit or he's not making somebody starving like this show right if somebody's walking away with millions and creating this huge huge industry i am i gonna pay me it's ridiculous i'm confident it's fine i'm confident there bemused smiles would disappear from their faces if they're thinking this statistics talk ted talk the instant they learn i'm actually listening to old white guys anyhow in response to john's question a few episodes ago whether i can still accommodate producers who wish to visit the grand canyon unfortunately i no longer have the apartment i had when i initially the offer because i moved moved glacier national park in twenty eighteen to shoot to shoot proud to shoot problem grizzly bears with green bags eggs in rubber bullets for the summer a year ago the park service put me up in a haunted old hospital room that has been converted into the very spartan living quarters i'm no longer able to help out is to that you can probably get a tour well hey i'd like to shoot some beanbags bean bags at some grizzlies that sounds like a plum job until the grizzlies go after this show the shows have been remarkable phenomenal national recently and i'm patiently awaiting the hovering killary too finely swoop in and enter the ring of professional wrestling keep up the great deconstruction and know that your analysis is deeply appreciated miles into the inner canyon at some bunk cows where there's no wifi hifi cable or any radio reception i request jobs karma for all in a china is asshole circumpolar ranger ranger always lovely to get a note from jobs jobs jobs and jobs that's vote for john karma that's the end of our list of associate executive producers and executive producers for show eleven eighty eight hundred thank each and every one of them for helping us and reminder that the titles these executive producers an associate executive producers received for their contribution to today's program gives gives them the actual credit of executive producer or associate executive producer of no agenda show eleven eighty eight you can display it proudly on your CV your resume you're linked thin profile linked in by the way is the only place you're going to get hired these days i've learned now all these job sites is bullcrap you've got to put stuff on your linked profile fill that out that's that's where people are finding jobs as much i just happened no this from some recent experience this is the place to be add that to your list and then let us know if it made a difference it should good and we'll be thinking more people fifty dollars and above and our second segment and of course anyone can get one of these credits themselves all you have to do for our next show on the second thursday the of the week also known as sunday is go to iraq dot org slash and we are the ones who predict everything like hillary the rate formula is this we go out people in the mouth.

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06:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Sarah carl please change my current status from baron of the alps to earl of the swiss alps because elps an area that covers aac different countries is too difficult to put on the not know agenda peerage map i think i do not get it read i did not get registered with no agenda the maps anyways going on in these guests something about the elps wikipedia link thanks to both you curry to both your curry hello hello courage zander's an about so throats the father means proud dad and that's the translation of that hashtag l. okay but otherwise yeah i think he kind of got got high they're halfway through such things we do that you know let me rub banging out an email hold on where was i oh yeah alps thank you sir saunder we'll change your title momentarily and of course dr fuji we'll see you on the podium later as well sir donald borowski our buddy from from spokane values actually is is actual title is sir donald of the fire bottles count of washer her eastern washington state he sent a note put in the united federation of planets letterhead but she didn't have to because he already donated enough money to get all notes read once again time has gotten away from me so here is my donation for october and november which is two times one two three four five or two hundred forty six dollars ninety cents and i enclosed an article from car and driver about people pushing back against self driving cars cheers sir david okay all right did be want any gingrich he has no jingling or anything listed so karma exactly you've scott karma and so here we go here's our buddy circum- post arranger and grand canyon canyon arizona two hundred dollars oh yeah we referred to him recently i it's been several months i've donate so humbly request request deducing -duced bit busy lately and have been catching up on the fast pugh fast s. pugh episodes i saved the last two in my phone and look forward to listening to them while around the grand canyon for work hikers invariably still kayla presume i'm listening to a dushi ted talk as a burst out laughing yeah they go in fact we should just have all our album march to say hey ted talk not even add ten acces talk light good idea the ted ex i'm confident i have people say why don't you do a tedtalk do they pay no i know your answer but it's a ted ex it's for the community yeah companies making money how i'm doing something for a nonprofit or he's not making somebody starving like this show right if somebody's walking away with millions and creating this huge huge industry i am i gonna pay me it's ridiculous i'm confident it's fine i'm confident there bemused smiles would disappear from their faces if they're thinking this statistics talk ted talk the instant they learn i'm actually listening to old white guys anyhow in response to john's question a few episodes ago whether i can still accommodate producers who wish to visit the grand canyon unfortunately i no longer have the apartment i had when i initially the offer because i moved moved glacier national park in twenty eighteen to shoot to shoot proud to shoot problem grizzly bears with green bags eggs in rubber bullets for the summer when i return to grand canyon a year ago the park service put me up in a haunted old hospital room that has been converted into the very spartan living quarters i'm no longer able to help out is to that you can probably get a tour well hey i'd like to shoot some beanbags bean bags at some grizzlies that sounds like a plum job until the grizzlies go after this show the shows have been remarkable phenomenal national recently and i'm patiently awaiting the hovering killary too finely swoop in and enter the ring of professional wrestling keep up the great deconstruction and know that your analysis is deeply appreciated miles into the inner canyon at some bunk cows where there's no wifi hifi cable or any radio reception i request jobs karma for all in a china is asshole circumpolar ranger ranger always lovely to get a note from jobs jobs jobs and jobs that's vote for john karma that's the end of our list of associate executive producers and executive producers for show eleven eighty eight hundred thank each and every one of them for helping us and reminder that the titles these executive producers an associate executive producers received for their contribution to today's program gives gives them the actual credit of executive producer or associate executive producer of no agenda show eleven eighty eight you can display it proudly on your CV your resume you're linked thin profile linked in by the way is the only place you're going to get hired these days i've learned now all these job sites is bullcrap you've got to put stuff on your linked profile fill that out that's that's where people are finding jobs as much i just happened no this from some recent experience this is the place to be add that to your list and then let us know if it made a difference it should good and we'll be thinking more people fifty dollars and above and our second segment and of course anyone can get one of these credits themselves all you have to do for our next show on the second thursday the of the week also known as sunday is go to iraq dot org slash and we are the ones who predict everything like hillary the rate formula is this we go out people in the mouth.

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06:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Sarah carl please change my current status from baron of the alps to earl of the swiss alps because elps an area that covers aac different countries is too difficult to put on the not know agenda peerage map i think i do not get it read i did not get registered with no agenda the maps anyways going on in these guests something about the elps wikipedia link thanks to both you curry to both your curry hello hello courage zander's talking about so throats the father means proud dad and that's the translation of that hashtag l. okay but otherwise yeah i think he kind of got got high they're halfway through dutch things we do that you know let me rub bang out an email hold on where was i oh yeah alps thank you sir saunder we'll change your title momentarily and of course dr fuji we'll see you on the podium later as well sir donald borowski our buddy from from spokane values actually is is actual title is sir donald of the fire bottles count of washer her eastern washington state he sent a no vote in the united federation of planets letterhead but she didn't have to because he already donated enough money to get all notes read once again time has gotten away from me so here is my donation for october and november which is two times one two three four five or two hundred forty six dollars ninety cents and i enclosed an article from car and driver about people pushing back against self driving cars cheers sir david okay all right did be one any gingrich he has no jingling or anything listed so karma exactly you've scott karma and so here we go here's our buddy circum- posta ranger and grand canyon canyon arizona two hundred dollars oh yeah we referred to him recently i it's been several months since i've donated so- i humbly request request deducing -duced bit busy lately and have been catching up on the fast fast s. pugh episodes i saved the last two in my phone and look forward to listening to them while around the grand canyon for work hikers invariably still kayla presume i'm listening to a dushi ted talk as a burst out laughing yeah they go in fact we should just have all our album march to say hey ted talk not even add ten acces talk light good idea the ted ex i'm confident i have people say why don't you do a tedtalk do they pay no i know your answer but it's a ted ex it's for the community yeah companies making money how i'm doing something for a nonprofit or he's not making somebody starving like this show right if somebody's walking away with millions and creating this huge huge industry i am i gonna pay me it's ridiculous i'm confident it's fine i'm confident there bemused smiles would disappear from their faces if they're thinking this statistics talk ted talk the instant they learn i'm actually listening to old white guys anyhow in response to john's question a few episodes ago whether i can still accommodate producers who wish to visit the grand canyon unfortunately i no longer have the apartment i had when i initially the offer because i moved moved glacier national park in twenty eighteen to shoot to shoot proud to shoot problem grizzly bears with green bags eggs in rubber bullets for the summer when i returned to grand canyon a year ago the park service put me up in a haunted old hospital room that has been converted into the very spartan living quarters i'm no longer able to help out is to that you can probably get a tour well hey i'd like to shoot some beanbags bean bags at some grizzlies that sounds like a plum job until the grizzlies go after this show the shows have been remarkable phenomenal national recently and i'm patiently awaiting the hovering killary too finely swoop in and enter the ring of professional wrestling keep up the great deconstruction and know that your analysis is deeply appreciated miles into the inner canyon at some bunk cows where there's no wifi hifi cable or any radio reception i request jobs karma for all in a china is asshole circumpolar ranger ranger always lovely to get a note from jobs jobs jobs and jobs that's vote for john the karma the end of our list of associate executive producers and executive producers for show eleven eighty eight hundred thank each and every one of them for helping us and reminder that the titles these executive producers an associate executive producers received for their contribution to today's program gives gives them the actual credit of executive producer or associate executive producer of no agenda show eleven eighty eight you can display it proudly on your CV your resume you're linked thin profile linked in by the way is the only place you're going to get hired these days i've learned now all these job sites is bullcrap you've got to put stuff on your linked profile fill that out that's that's where people are finding jobs as much i just happened no this from some recent experience this is the place to be add that to your list and then let us know if it made a difference it should good and we'll be thinking more people fifty dollars and above and our second segment and of course anyone can get one of these credits themselves all you have to do for our next show on the second thursday the of the week also known as sunday is go to iraq dot org slash and we are the ones who predict everything like hillary the rate formula is this we go out people in the mouth

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Pants sexual because i i looked i looked for pan sexual look for meatloaf and i can't find any of this meatloaf i don't remember it is that sounds ring a bell i got the other ones but i'm he's going to have to wait ten on the rest of the now you have to let you finish them up he says here's hoping to several more years or the best podcast in university for your exit strategy finally works all jingles founded phone boy dot com slash no agenda and then he has his a gallon ringtones that he's got some accounting so we have to go to phone boy figured out hey man police limbo probably had the pan sexual yeah but i don't know what it is i mean i'm sure we have it but it just how can that be what's titled doesn't make any sense at all right that's the end of his note i can do the right the other ones for my have that sequencing will throw some karma there for him if he requested that but he's gonna get it uh-huh my gosh can you see that jews that juice the juice that comes without my hand is dripping wet here because i have nothing juice noda your karma people are part of the guy going on about his being covered people remember the strangest things i've been i i still tune into okay i believe it's it's not HBO it's one of those shopping channels trying to catch that guy and that woman because i know that they would do this again in similar because that guy's always always dramatic this is a big giant guy and he's really dramatic yeah i have not been able to catch another clip like that for a couple of years now thinking about oh well well yeah fascinating story dave role of america's heartland is saudi arabia three hundred thirty three bucks yes for gazeta pleased preloaded the following jingles dogs are people too that's true gentlemen good day donating today in honor of our beloved mutt charles bartholomew fu bizzotto third junior junior who passed away a couple of days ago he's been sick for a while so we knew he'd probably won't wasn't long for this world but passing thing was still something of a shock dame's melody and isabella and i are hanging in there but we would appreciate some service goat karma for our family and all those who have experienced experienced this loss it was a wonderful ten years with a very good boy we're going into misstep mongrel thanks for your courage sir dave earl of america's heartland in saudi arabia we we make a lot of jokes about dogs but if there's one reason i really really don't want pets anymore is that i hate it when they die like you remember that so much more than when you got them the first day you've got armagh ooh you're sander in

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on No Agenda

"Pants sexual because i i looked i looked for pan sexual look for meatloaf and i can't find any of this meatloaf i don't remember it that sounds ring a bell i got the other ones but he's going to have to wait ten on the rest of the now you have to let you finish them up he says here's hoping to several more years or the best podcast in university for your exit strategy finally works all jingles founded phone boy dot com slash no agenda and then he has his a gallon ringtones that he's got some accounting so we have to go to phone boy figured out hey man police limbo probably had the pan sexual yeah but i don't know what it is i mean i'm sure we have it but it just how can that be what's titled doesn't make any sense at all right that's the end of his note i can do the right the other ones for my have that sequencing will throw some karma there for him if he requested requested that but he's gonna get it uh-huh my gosh can you see that jews that juice the juice that comes without my hand is dripping wet here because i have nothing juice noda your karma people are part of the guy going on about his being covered people remember the strangest things i've been i i still tune into that's okay i believe it's it's not HBO it's one of those shopping channels trying to catch that guy and that woman because i know that they would do this again in similar because that guy's always always dramatic this is a big giant guy and he's really dramatic yeah i have not been able to catch another clip like that for a couple of years now thinking about oh well well yeah fascinating story dave role of america's heartland is saudi arabia three hundred thirty three bucks yes for gazeta we pleased preloaded the following jingles dogs are people too that's true gentlemen good day donating today in honor of our beloved mutt charles bartholomew fu bizzotto third junior junior who passed away a couple of days ago he's been sick for a while so we knew he'd probably won't wasn't long for this world but passing thing was still something of a shock dame's melody and isabella and i are hanging in there but we would appreciate some service goat karma for our family and all those who have experienced experienced this loss it was a wonderful ten years with a very good boy we're going into misstep mongrel thanks for your courage sir dave earl of america's heartland in saudi arabia we i mean we make a lot of jokes about dogs but if there's one reason i really really don't want pets anymore is that i hate it when they die like you remember that so much more than when you got them the first day you've got armagh.

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11:57 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on No Agenda

"It started creeping in where even though you've got the transcript to read there's nothing in there were trump says i would like you to make up up dirt about if you can't find it made it up but that's what the left is saying oh around here is you hear this you starting to hear this is a mean now yeah ah yeah trump called the comedy comedian president of ukraine and told him to make up dirt about joe biden cheese yes that's what everyone says yeah it's like why getting it now people over here they they don't even really want media tell them what's happening but here's how it usually starts trump's not gonna impeach dizzy that's pretty much what everyone has said to me not do you think he's gonna get impeached what's going on just like he's not going to get impeached busy which is interesting and no one's really does that coming fried on no one's mad i think because they're all so they're being hammered about climate change and you know they have other problems it went trump to stay 'cause he's a climate he's denying us he's he's like don't have that bullcrap over there at least well we have it on and off we just don't have to such an extreme right because we don't have a great leader like greta berry dum dum burg burgh bloomberg listened with warren finally defined the middle class i was just asking about this on the last show i'm i'm did you did you hear this yeah you if this isn't the same played in the last show i'll be surprised now i didn't play this clip on the last show now this is a new clip it's a shorty but she's asked to define defined the middle class because she promised costs will not go up for the middle class now did we arrive at a number at the break i think this reporter even asked for the bracket rocket we do we come up with a number as the title i thought at the number we came up with obama's number which was two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year is the top end of the middle class okay well some states it seen poverty right which is why what's poverty twenty five thirty i think it's twenty five currently lately i'm not sure okay so it's vicinity so everybody above two hundred fifty you could be rude no could be screwed by warned by warrants tax actually no you don't have to be worried at all raise taxes what is the income writing here's one hundred i think it does raise taxes on anybody but billionaires and you know what billionaires can afford it and i don't call them middle-class billionaire that's where it worked under in this race not anyone under a billion dollars pays not a penny more you heard there that's your middle class is under a billion this we yeah i think this is similar to clip you played now well i don't know what that clip is then but she made this common this went around and oh and it's bullshit she never specifically said the middle class was anyone who makes under a billion no she just said it now although she didn't really say that he's asking who's who's gonna get taxed now he says what is the middle class what's the bracket well she'd ES but she didn't answer the question if a politician i'm going to have to say something here we know that politicians don't answer the question so we can't really f- she's answering some question that wasn't asked she's asking who's gonna get taxed and he asks who's the middle class that she didn't answer the question i don't see that you can accuser of saying this when she did to her normal avoidance behavior of not answering the question and then sticking her with an answer i think is unfair i think you're being unfair to to betsy that was normal name desi betsy i did a bunch of research owner betsy the with a new name betsy so i came betsy what's her name i drive researcher because i was saying i saw a picture of her or here's what i thought that dull clinton for the cartoon i'm saying that because i've oldest stumbling i'm to get to my point where's elizabeth's the biz warren's betsy warrants where's your husband what do you mean what's his name which is okay do without looking what's what's your husband's name paul am i wrong wrong over what is his name bruce oh yeah i knew that i it was paul or a bud or something like that to us mysterious married initiative divorced and she is very brutes and you never see bruce you never hear bruce nobody's he's doing profiles of bruce he didn't wanna beer that's why she also he said no and that was his career over with done you're not camera they actually they're actually a kind of a for their agent all they're cute couple and she's very pretty when she was in high school on and off she has glamour shotted started looking up all our pictures users so she's just talking her that she has a glamour shot one at one point which may be running a newsletter because in this glamour shot she's got the epa kansas fold you know she she looks like an american indian she's got black hair or hair is always dark not deploy blondie as she is today and so i looked at all our pictures in grammar school and all all the rest and reread this very interesting profile over in some obscure publication and she was one of the she gets skipped shoes smart girl she she skipped a year in school moved up and she was apparently a master debater won the state championship for debating and i'm thinking this would be i didn't like the idea of her running by although i do know she's not going to do anything issues always a republican it till she was forty something very strange yeah i know i i knew that and she i would love to see her in a debate with trump i think this would be fun to watch because apparently she was a kick ass debater an observation is that you're creeping on betsy their betsy you're creeping out let's they do diligence yes okay due diligence now you know what little defensive about her she was very cute i mean everybody heard it i'm not the only one who i heard that this is okay all right well i respect your your analysis bill gates disagrees with you you historically actually have been favorable wealth tax i obeyed highest tax of a highest state tax yeah so there is now on the table bowl elizabeth warren has a true wealth tax table search for billionaires would cost you i believe close to six billion dollars dollars annually if you had to pay it in on top of what you already pay what do you think of all of this so there i've paid over ten billion taxes i paid more than anyone in taxes but i i'm glad you you know if i'd had to pay twenty billion that's fine but you know when you say i should pay one hundred billion okay then i'm starting to do a little math about out what i have leftovers i'm just kidding you really want the incentive system to be there and you can go a long ways without threatening that have you ever talked about an hour would you want to you know i'm not sure how open minded she is ha ha bills doing stand up here he's just one after another he's always been a funny and if he's got the crowd going yeah they like four in the odd thing thing is bothersome miami i've never i mean he's always had these affectation in his in his voice but you know who does that no ted turner was a big ma before he said anything i think it might be a mill you issue while you gotta be careful because ted has severe dementia now he's a shadow of himself so i'm sure his eyes have gotten completely out of control i wonder if it's an early warning sign while you're in a role jay sure how open minded she is it's a nerd fry as a nerd vocal fry be willing to sit down with somebody who has a large amounts of money okay so let me make a complicated for you you've been l. politely say public about your misgivings about our current president if elizabeth warren worthy other candidate what would you do i i am not going to make political declarations but i do think no matter what policy somebody has a professional approach is even as much as i disagree with some of the policy things that are out there i think can professional approach to the office whoever hi decide would have the more professional approach in the current situation probably will way is the thing that i'll wait the most then i hope the more professional candidate is an electable candidate okay yeah i wonder if it's a tell because he's basically they're just lying his his ass off because he'd never vote for trump he knows that if it was warned half the vote for warrant because otherwise he'd be excoriated from the pedo club yes but maybe it's a tale when he's going to do a really big lie why isn't it and it's different than just normal people i i do it you do a little bit yeah we everybody does it they say is not the same as a CEO listen to that last approach is either as much as i disagree with some of the policy things that are out there i do think professional approach the office whoever i decided would have the more professional professional approach in the krim situation probably will way is the thing that i'll wait the most nah and that sounds like it sounds like his body is also think this ball shit by approach in the current on situations probably will way is the thing that way the most nah i hope we gotta pay attention to i'm doing that now because i think it's a tell it might be a tell i he does a lot yeah but that was a good movie the whole thing he really the advice like where they're different it's a it's a cool version of threats maybe it's nerdy thing bill supposedly has parkinson's and this is normal is not discussed a lot but i've seen absolutely zero evidence any evidence of that either at least not in this and this was i think i heard about this fire five years ago there's no evidence of it so see what's go wow now she's lying around coming back she still looks like she

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10:04 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on No Agenda

"A friend of mine is a former former heroin user and observe people's voices change when they start using heroin dropping into vocal fry he says he can almost instantly spot heroin user user based on their voice and it's called out people who've confirmed that they started using now my question here does that go for oxy as well does it go for four or does it have to be your main line and heroin it doesn't quite surprised me because they used to be a nice still have some of this i've never done this again dan but i could because i kept it there was a cough syrup out there called ventilation and i had some issues does does decades ago and if you take you take this stuff it nine only gives you vocal fry but i personally sound exactly actually like henry kissinger man you gotta you gotta you gotta do a hit the problem is is that it it takes hours and hours to go away you hammered when you take it or or the fry takes hours to go away yeah the frightening hours to go away and we're constantly you really have to be i don't know if it has anything to do with my my reaction to this particular whatever chemicals in this cough syrup but i just had a malifa mike like this rich's complete but it's like it's like that with with amplitude nice because the difference i can't amplitude i can make a sound i can't do it at high amplification which i can with that stuff cool and it's distressing off to try some you'll maybe get stuck like after try so this was the best response and actually struck me as with maybe not as he intended it gentlemen fantastic language segment a minor comet it i believe the dropping tease issue is more of a neglect of ends in reference to words of important mountain on the real letter at issue is the end i guess i agree this is the best lottery yes rediscuss i'd guess this end neglect has something to do with the youth regarding the nasal aspect of the n. as sounding not sufficiently hip or two square or maybe it's a symbol for anti-french sentiment which was that he threw in there but these these are the words where it does show up important and mountain on and what what you're getting when you say mountain and important is you're getting a different end sound you're saying important in writing i n i think is actually even bigger than that what he's discussing you're getting the import in and it's always an in in or mountain wolverton kind in sucking in the end point is an easily word in is weird they don't want to say and in a normal fashion by his thesis and i think there's something to this i have a theory what if your entire life you were told you can say anything you want except the n. word could it do that that that could it be that is stuck in people's brains to such a degree import and even when the end mound and it's the same end as the as the n. word could it be that is what's going on no uh-huh i mean i- possibility thank you i think this is my my theory the and i'm sticking to it they're afraid of the n. word just a curtain kirkman curtain kerr an n n curtain kirk curtain cartons her and it's a mystery is what it is is this a dang mystery about a few important it you don't have to really say the t to get the word out i mean it could be -portant it's it's very important it's very important import can't that's the difference i don't say important i say important but not as important and choke it up you don't choke choke the word out just stop it stop it children's stop it enough this needs more discussion obviously because it's we've been talking about since you find that old clip thank you we've been talking about obviously for at least three or four years ears no nose guess local fron voice do you do come on courtney so what's going on over there you only eight thousand miles away you sound pretty good for that distance the fires are out there contained one hundred percent oh really that's good news and has the power on your power has been on here i don't know where there's probably still off someplace nothing nothing i think they're trying to impeach trump yeah i have not missed seeing that twenty four seven it's just it's really been so nice i mean it's of course you're looking at other death and destruction we're all gonna die but at least it's not impeach trump it's just it's refreshing some some other shit is going on in the world yeah what do you got any updates is preferable i will say this by the way today's zef trae was only seven cars long now there's something wrong i think so you could do a stock chart forecast forecast it could be the lack zephyr report and based upon how many cars the zephyr had on average could you could have better economic numbers than than anyone else in fact yes i could so i don't like seventy seven is low seventies says low low count well let me tell you what i got about the impeachment stuff i only have two things that that were that caught caught over here is about the whistle blower who i guess we still don't know who it is or we think we know who it is as but we're not supposed to say enjoying a name around right but you're not allowed to say it because the whistle blower has protections protections here's rand paul who disagrees so whistle blower mazda make protective whistle blower you know it's illegal to actually see you got that wrong account we should work on the product here's the thing is the whistle blower or statute protects the whistle blower from having his name revealed but inspector general even the new york times admits that no one else is under any legal obligation the other point joint and you need to be very careful if you really are interested in the news is that the whistle blower actually as a material witness completely separate from being the whistle blower because because he worked for joe biden worked for joe biden at the same time hunter biden is receiving fifty thousand dollars a month so the investigation into the corruption of hunter biden involves loves this whistleblower because he was there at the time did he bring up the conflict of interest was the discussion of this what was his involvement with the relationship between joe biden and the prosecuting there's a lot of questions that they go so i guess that makes him a bad whistleblower bad sums stakes fake something's phony about this west whistle blower of course but yeah everybody's on rand paul's bandwagon for really always he's leading leading the charge finally on leading the charge but he that was of importance important statement that he made and he the elliott right wing talkers are all joel ran terry i don't agree with everything he's one of these agree with everything he says but exactly really you know what's going to happen we're going to keep doing important and you know it's going to become language and then people are going to hate us should be careful you're going to hate us anyway samantha powers' spoke up like why does she even heard he rose from jesse come out of her coffin speak she she sounds like she came out of the coffin she sounds like dude do you think that republicans and many of them would say a quid pro quo does not actually reach the bar for impeachment of high crimes and misdemeanors think what you see from republicans is a kind of nervousness cute nervousness us about the facts of what trump did tell me if you don't close your eyes that doesn't sound like a dude like stephanopoulos height you know doesn't it sound a little like jane fonda to and therefore more and more discussion of process it's not fair process it's critical opened it's a show trial and so they're really trying to change the conversation i mean he went and i noticed says they've been trying to change the conversation perception you know the old dutch proverb but you say if mainsail medical health which means she may be accusing people of what she is about to do herself and so they're really trying to change the conversation i mean he went and asked a foreign government to not dig up dirt makeup dirt in order to this is new did he ask do yes just showed this showed up about three or four day or actually even longer but it doesn't i know it started creeping.

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09:39 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on No Agenda

"Which came from i forget which actors came from it is self partnering and did you hear about this fabulous emma watson emma watts when paul tried try to the woman you will hear this is on the BBC the woman who will be is being interviewed is from the washington post a serious news publication culture troch came up with the term conscious coupling when she was getting divorced now we've got 'em watson saying she's self partnered why this desire to come up with a new term to describe being single sure i think the word single sometimes doesn't convey the richness and fullness that can happen in a person's life it doesn't acknowledged the fact that a single person might have really healthy friendships and relationships with the family and a couple of it's so oh good this way misers may want to think about booby because she she's asked the questions she says sure which is another another one that we just i just i was so much i just wanted to give you a couple of things to listen to the sure was in there as well healthy friendships and n. relationships with family and you know here at the washington post a couple of years ago we coined a term solo wish to describe with the idea that a single person in their own but it's also full of other fulfilling relationships beyond the partner for mystic way of kind of describing describing a state i mean you're still single at the end of the day you know it's hard to know why am i chose the term is resonating with people full on twitter and stuff sometimes in a joking way people saying that you know they're gonna tell their nosy relatives when they inquire dating lives that they're self partnered but but i think a chance to say no i'm happy single and sometimes the word single can sound like something is lacking or bad had a person is looking for a partner and that's not always the case so plenty of single people are happy that way and self partner might be a good way to describe that ah so that was a combo plummer she's homage all there was one like one option making no way and then she said it said twitter and stuff yes in stars at me stuff to read about on tritter twitter and stuff you know that's the washington post for you so we had this conversation about this t- dropping and a lot of people wrote in and and here's what bothered me is we had only only just gone through this phase of being excoriated a few years ago people saying i remember that was kind of like oh you know that's a misogynist mr remember that john was just a brief moment where people were pushing back on and then it kind of went away got pushed away and no one talked about it so i was very are you surprised when we were called out for being racist misogynist because that's pretty much with the the linguists professor said ed and i wanted to play a report that i think we might have played from two thousand thirteen so only six years ago not that long long and this is not a podcast this is CBS CBS this morning it's mainstream television this is how they dealt with it's six years ago pretty pretty much the same thing we got excoriated for just four days ago america's young women are running out of oxygen what else could explain why so many of them sound like this week you just kinda like my motto you know motto don't get it get it get it believe it or not there's a scientific term for the way kardashian speaks and it's vocal fry it's a low creaky vibration produced by a fluttering of the vocal chords speech pathologists call it a disorder that verges on vocal abuse and here's what it looks like call it a quirk a trend or an epidemic vocal fry is everywhere i'm not staying being here tonight tonight the only reason why i'm going just like network network a recent study of women in college found that two-thirds of them use this globalization which explains and why the fry is assisting topic in the new york times on morning tv is on something like this even for an NPR host it's annoying i mean it's really annoying when i was a tween in the early eighties valley girl l. was born she brought us and talk and there's been like a general cultural agreement that like that kind of speech leaves these are sending air heady and unprofessional all but vocal fry is unique because researchers have found that women who talk this way are seen by their peers as educated urban oriented and and upwardly mobile you love him and he totally complimented you compliment you some linguists even suggest that creaking young ladies are evolving our culture as linguistic innovators tyler has a pretty good reputation in this business business well metaphorically i encourage every woman to find her voice i'm dismayed at how low it can go on my sixteenth birthday birthday i'm burned out on the fry it sounds underwhelmed and disengaged it's annoying to listen to a young woman who sounds world-weary and exactly like her fourteen best friends i just find that very interesting that this was kind of dealt with six years ago and you ordered everyone was complaining about a new york times NPR everybody said this is dom it makes you sound dumb and somehow just no no no no you you can't tell anyone that's wrong that's just just racist assist so what was your favorite piece of feedback you got from this dropping of specifically the dropping being of t almost everybody my favorite feeling just in general or people coming in saying i been in this field and this is being taught as by s j w thing thing that's a sidelight is not really true linguist ics were or on the side of noam chomsky who's the father of modern linguistics and this guy's full of crap and he shouldn't even be teaching teaching as kind of his stuff you beginning but a lot of people said they don't have one specific to read i do something that guy wrote that i thought was funny where he referred to one of the one of the clips of the women that we played as a day no i don't remember that part and but then they refer to she really is one of his notes i missed that he says they instead if she when it's a note when it's a woman and we would normally go along with the pro hyphen talking the woman is a she not avai and into into assume they're a day is makes this i mean to say they without somebody telling you the personal pronoun violation very presumption jess violation of all of all terms and conditions i made us just say she goes right across his she but the they in out of the blue lou it seemed to me to be presumptuous and also like just a virtuous signaling they i really was not impressed with this guy fact that he's a professor of linguistics at a at a prestigious school yeah it makes even more disease outmost depressing depressing one that i want to put this guy down on no but well it so i think the general consensus was what he was saying saying is this is prescriptive in not the not defining so language is always alive and it changes and it morphs and and this is true there's no doubt about it and you know you don't hear us complaining too much any more about words that have completely taken on new meaning but gays an excellent example i was in my lifetime that definitely meant something else man happy right and yes and so you know but okay so we go along with a lot of things but language changes not because someone says this is how we're doing it shot up old white men because that's the message i got was was it was the message yeah like you know your language changes urine the way no that's not the deal it's like the older generation and not the way it works the older generation gets to gets the grouse about it and bush older generations will is part of the reason some of these things never change yes yes it's our it's our duty our civic duty i like the analogy of human language is more similar to fashion than it is to c. plus plus in that it kind of resonated in my brain i think that's true comments that i thought were interesting in one related not just to the the globe undesired glutted dot glut his asian too easy for you to say that's not but to vocal fry one of our producers says.

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05:12 min | 2 years ago

"greta" Discussed on No Agenda

"The center of the world and broadcasting live just off runway to seven people airport in the capital of the morning everybody i'm not curry and from northern silicon valley where we're fog dan and it's gonna be kinda chilly i'm john ivorians john logged in forty five degrees people airport amsterdam zardam rainy gray skies and it's nighttime and it was nice now i didn't say that i said horrible is gray she said it was it's nice that i say that when i first hooked up the you said one ex you said what's the what's the show and i said gray and you heard me say you said great and certainly wasn't nice now you said great i said gray not well gee like a millennial meant great that's on the schedule we will be discussing that on the this show today is his grad however for a for a brief moment yesterday people my temporary home was the center of the universe over here what that news got over here i know i'm totally timing my clips and you just jumped adroit in i'll try again so we can edit it later we were the center of the universe good evening the world held its breath for hours late today after word of a possible airplane slane hijack drama unfolding in amsterdam a signal mistakenly transmitted from the cockpit of a madrid-bound airplane indicating a hijack was in progress triggered a full on military and police response and reminded us all that when it comes to aviation security there is no taking chances kelly kobe it starts us off at one of the busiest airports in the world tonight a major security scare planes stranded at gates after dutch police got a hijacking hi jackie alert from the cockpit of a plane that hadn't taken off flights delayed parts of the airport closed nearly two hours later it was over the the airline air europa explaining on twitter the alert was activated by mistake nothing has happened all passengers are safe and sound fifty million million travelers fly through amsterdam-schiphol airport every year last read house injured were evacuated after a man claimed to have a bomb police arrested a fifty one year old canadian but found no explosives tonight dutch military police tell us they're still investigating what sparked today's hijacking alarm lester leicester or kelly kobe with those anxious moments thing yes thanks very anxious moments i was not in the hotel i was at christina's house in rotterdam but taxi eric was here here 'cause he's always driving people to and from the airport he said he'd never seen so many blue lights in all the years he's worked near the airport he says it was completely -pletely filled it was a mess and everybody wants what was happening there were reports that there were stabbings were the craziest no one knew anything and honestly i was sitting with christine and shanta were smoking dope whatever you know we'll figure out later but eric was texting me updates people are sending me emails like UK and that's always interesting how that goes appreciate it you know the nice people think of me in that way we got a little bit of information within an hour or so on CNN play you know pop says an emergency involving one of its planes amsterdam armsterdam is false law spokesperson for the dutch military says passengers and crew safely off the plane of towards the it's called a suspicious suspicious situation aboard an aircraft emergency services hot flocked to the boat and there was a major incident underway nick robertson what son is following this in london nick give you that you liked enjoy telling us what you robot says was the reason why are you ready for says that it was a mistake on the aircraft the warning that was triggered by mistake of warning was triggered eh by mistake at this point that's where i'm tuning out i'm like okay they have no idea what they're talking about so i do know what happened and it's it's really it's an odd one and it's stupid but also odd on every aircraft that flies certainly commercial show you have a transponder and the transponder is a little box that has four digits on it's very simple and the transponder you're asked to set code in there and that's what then radar can read that and and identify you by the code they just gave you so my plane would be you know eight eight five to nine and what you see on the radar yes flight or flight radar exactly and the