22 Burst results for "Hainault"
"hainault" Discussed on Untangle
"And as i went through some of the different podcasts. Your podcast is called calmed down. And they're short with music. Which is really lovely. I think one of your goals was to really speak openly about struggles setbacks. And you have one that you talk about suicide and what's your inspiration for doing this. Podcast in it as a may be natural or other extension of the music. You're creating your thanks so much for bringing this up honestly. Podcast came out in the fact that i'm ready to travel so right now twenty twenty. No flights may cause a lot of myself as international and daring all of this. It wasn't like okay. Well what's a quick fix but actually quite the opposite during this year in particular i receive emails all the time pre-coded of him going through a difficult time life and you music is really huckerby out. I just went through a divorce. Or what have your net. And now at twenty twenty. It's only been so incredibly heightened to where not a day is going by where i'm not receiving a direct message or an email of the same thing and so what's been really fascinating to me as everyone sane. Your music is helped me through the most ten one lady wrote. I'm listening to your song. Such and the tempo matches the breathing of my husband. As i sit watching. Take last few breaths or just gone through such heavy times right and being the path i sit. There has to be a way to connect further with these people because of music was really the thing that brought the attention that means music is playing the role of healing and italian this year. I just wanted to get into the grit. It really is. I keep saying that. That's the word that comes to mind writ. I just wanna get next someone and say i want to walk through this with you and so for me personally. Podcast was the very first thing that came to mind. And i wanna keep it short. And i wanted actually keep it relatively positive. I wanted us to be very light. I wanted really encouraging into same hainault. We're really in a sticky place right now. Let's just try to help each other out. So that's really where the pockets came from and so september suicide awareness month. That's why did the episode on suicide and that is the two right now. That is the only episode or actually broke down crying because it's so important because right now people are just too so much and this is. What do we need to do this. And so the fact is actually been really good for me. Not only in my learning ivy huge interest and emotional health and you have been studied history and the science of the marriage music and mental health and wellness for two years. Now and so. It's to have that opportunity to actually noted something around it. I just could not be senator about and it's funny because the spotlight person. I would prefer much to be behind the scenes. I don't like attention. I don't like the focus and so with music is very difficult for me to talk about using because it's just not look at me kind of person but the podcast. I'm just like let's talk. Because i can see where it will immediately help somewhat and the demos that i've been receiving already from the fourteen so apple that i've done with podcast i've just been out. Reggie particularly the suicide. There was one on the suicide when i tweeted about it. And someone sent me a tweet and said today's is my thirteen th year anniversary of might attempt and i can't believe it. My favorite artists is actually bringing this conversation to the awareness. Please keep and at that point. You're like okay. This is a. You're i'm an and this is the right thing exactly. Ns an just like it. All came from music at all came. There was a study out of the oxford pressburg listening to music or communism. Three to five minutes just completely lowers the anxiety it's obedient f levels and such that just really. There's a science behind his reasoning behind it. But i'm trying to get the tax not heady not unique in scientific keep it where where they are a little short stories planes trains none of bills and just little takeaways. If people were against remember actually this past week. I so appreciate you bringing this up this past week about regrets breaking it down to regrets breaking it down to just a simple idea of looking at regret and someone posted on instagram about this instead. I've never looked at regret this way. But if we re frame the idea of rats and it was at a time that was then but now he no differently. And that's really how you have to look at regrets. I didn't know i do. And so you just take that idea of instead of just carrying that regrettably everywhere you go up just saying. Hey you know. At a time. That i didn't know and i know better and i'm gonna make sure it doesn't happen again and so if we can just any idea reframing things looking at them and south reflective way then. I think it's really gonna help. I know you said you. Don't wanna go all geek on your podcast. But you can go geek on my podcast. Will you go geek for a second and talk about what you've been studying for. The last couple of years about the science around music meditation and mental health. That really is just a core of it. I mean this how the beat enough levels. There's like this happy hormones that we have in our body and so i was going to blog about this ways to increase median. Which is this happy hormone if you are things like sitting with your friend had coffee while we can't really do that right now or exercising and a lot of people are going to gems so it's like okay so maybe goat run or being out in nature grace when these things are active things that you can be doing to increase speed afew eller this happy hormone but what i found most interesting was that music was the loss of one of like every things such as being with a friend or exercising happy. They were all very active. Very you have to be in that moment to experience. 'send yoga what have yet you fill amazing afterwards but you do have to take that time dedicated to it whereas with music you literally can have it on in the background if i look at my numbers if i look at my streaming stats nama analytics. Kind of freak. Sunday through thursday by numbers are sky high through way up there as far as streaming as far as what. Listen to income friday. They dropped like a rock because nobody wants to listen to this on. The weekend is a right to let their hair out. Have a great time which. I don't blame you. I do the same but come sunday afternoon or evening. All of a sudden. They just skyrocket again. Because what i found is that that's when people are study or to or doing tasks that they just want to have on in the background. Relax with and so this. Study out of action. Preston is basically targeting that we're looking at this. You're saying okay. What types of music and what they found obviously was calming music to be able to do this now. There is a double-edged sword with us to where music has such an impact we both know but if you go through a break up. You're going through a difficult time your life just says he's the as commun- music is going to elevate your in your spirit. You have to also realize that there are songs their artists. There's music that's going to bring you down and even further if you allow it to as far as depressing music is far as something that you just go to because of the break-up until you do have to be aware of that science behind like this actually is legit. This study says proved. But i think what's so tremendous is that we are seeing wear. The impact of is really come in place right now with science and to where people were saying. Okay there actually is something to this rather than just saying. Let's get you on prescription medication we have. Cbd we have talk therapy. We have things that are in addition to mess and medicines great. I'm not saying anything. Negative at all medicine. I'm just saying if we can look at everything in a matter of saying. Can we start with music. I and see what this and it's just been fascinating to learn. Yeah it's a beautiful lens to see the world through for sure. I wanted to just have you tell us. I think it was your first. Podcast was about. I'm not sure if this is exactly right but was it called life lessons from a snow globe exactly so. I started thinking about that this morning when i was.
A New Look at Sunspots
"In. A new study scientists are looking at sunspots but instead of using high resolution images, they are viewing the sunspots at low resolution as if they were trillions of miles away this is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future sunspots are darkened patches on the sun caused by its magnetic field. sunspots are often precursors to solar flares intense outbursts from the surface of the Sun Anders standing the frequency of flares is one of the keys to determining a planet's chance of harbouring life. Recently scientists took a step back to get a look at what our sunspots might look like if they were on a star faraway data points indicating the amount of light in images taken by Nasr's solar, Dynamics Observatory and and Nasr's Hainault Day mission were used to create light curves. Subsequent sets of curves were strung together to create plots that show what a passing sunspot might look like if it were light years away, the resulting patterns present a stellar view that helps explain activity on distant stars while simulating what our own son might have been like in its
Affirming Your Queer Identity
"Thank you so much for joining us today. Michelle thank you for having me. I'm so excited you always happy to have a fellow Xavier right with us in the guest share. So excited you here. So, can you tell us a little bit about your practice Michelle? So you specialize in working with Queer individuals and couples. Can you tell us a little bit how you got into that? Yes. Were really catapulted me into this practice was I was working diversity and inclusion at a university, and I wasn't adviser of some of the student organizations, their needs overlapping, but they weren't able to access like missile healthcare in a way to was I. was going to help them navigate their graduate programs and I was like one knees. So I was like well, maybe I should go into you know working at a university setting, but I didn't want to be limited to the university setting just because of funding and things like that I really just Kinda over the highest setting. So my there his actually encouraged me to my own practice and I was lured like, wow, you think. So I started marketing to initially graduate students who have like a queer identity who were individuals and couples images grew from there like give me the referrals in is really fruitful so far yes sounds very needed and I love that is how a lot of successful practices kinda start. Right is that you see the need you work to try to fill it. So a question that comes up in our community is people who are kind of questioning their sexual identity gender identity and not being sure like where you even start. So we know that we don't always get a lot of information about this school or from loved ones, and so people I think are often very confused about like how do I even know you have some suggestions? About how you might even start that conversation with your? So yes, that's actually a really good question. So for people who might be questioning or even questioning if they're questioning I would encourage them to examine and they're like close intimate connections already had in also the Wednesday, their yearning for a lot of people find themselves like, Oh, I, just really want to be in the company of. This type of person or I'm yearning for this type of connection but they feel limited on like how to pursue that or whether it might mean for them. So when encouraged them to think about kind of communities? Are you crazy? We kind of connections are you craving in? If you feel any personal judgment around yourself around it, there might be a really great place to start. Like Win White, you know that working with a therapist to help you explore this might be helpful if you are questioning like your identity or your sexuality is distressing to you or you feel you don't have anyone to processes way or you don't know where to start or you've had experienced, you want to go about it in the like I guess like the safest way or the. Way, I would encourage them to reach out to therapist just that I can kind of get to know like what are their needs whether they tries to accomplish? What relationship do they already have? That might be safe or unsafe so that they can practice navigating their identity in places that's going to be encouraging them forward. I appreciate that you share the spectrum of why you might reach out for a therapist right because again I think common misconception is that you only go to a therapist in crisis but I appreciate you that you share that if you don't be like you have other people in. Your Life that you can talk about this with a therapist might be a good place to start is yeah. So how might you identify a therapist who is going to be a good fit for you especially to talk about some queer issues? Yes. So actually as I was thinking about this I, realized my clients really taught me how to find what type of questions to ask. So the first is just to look for his like outwardly names that they are queer firming in their heels or on their website. That's a really great place to start but initial phone conversation if they do offer like. A free phone conversation or like a free first visit to really ask them about their politics in their frameworks Hainault had they treated anybody who has a queer identity before was their mindset or approach towards caring for Queer people. If they have day employ anybody s queer, do they have any queer identities? Those are like some great places to start in also were really might help move conversation a little bit further is asking the prospective therapist like if they're trauma informed because a lot of the trauma informed theories of modalities really help set the therapies up for success to be able to care for. Somebody who does have a ooh You say a little bit more about what trauma informed means. Yes. So trauma informed care really lends itself to the way you engage with a person it really takes away from like demonizing any part of you. Any thought of you in the experience of you, it really isn't integrative whole body in my experience in approach to therapy, and so it Kinda has a framework where anything that we could have experienced could be trauma have to be anything big in like how do we use language tall the relationship the setting to care for the person as a
Coronavirus Latest: Testing Challenges And Protecting At-Risk Elderly
"Hey everybody emily here so obviously. The biggest story in science is the corona virus and rising cases of its disease cove in nineteen. In the coming weeks. We're going to cover it a little more with regular updates on the latest news and science and today to help us do that. We are lucky to have not one but two colleagues from the NPR science desk correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce. Hainault Hi Emily and correspondent John Hamilton page on high so krona virus. It's already impacting American society. And you're each going to focus on one part of the Krona virus story this week. Now why do you got for us? So one of the things I've been thinking about a lot is who is most at risk of severe illness from this virus and while there's a lot we don't know about exactly how deadly it is overall. We do know there are some things that we need to do for the most at risk people to keep them safe yes and John. You're recently in Washington state in Seattle. Which is the site of one of the biggest outbreaks in the nation? Votes rate is where the first use case of corona virus appeared back in January. Now it has hundreds of cases dozens of deaths and no efforts to slow down. The Corona virus have have really largely. Shut down the entire Seattle area. It's not quite a ghost town but it's pretty quiet there all right so in this episode. We'll talk about all of that efforts to get tested for the virus up and running in Washington state amid the slow roll out of testing kits by the Federal Government. And how we can help people who might be the most vulnerable to the virus. Okay now before. We dive into some of the details from the week. What's the latest on the virus and it spread and I should say we're taping on Thursday morning and things are moving. Pretty fast they are they are. I mean just in the past twenty four hours. There have been some pretty dramatic developments and you can kind of feel a shift. In tone as the nation grapples with this president. Trump has this travel ban for visitors from Europe that he unveiled in an Oval Office address the NBA has suspended its season here in the US in Germany. You've got soccer leagues just playing to empty stadiums. Even Tom Hanks and his wife announced that they had corona virus. And so you can see as testing increases cases across the. Us are going up. There's this real sense that things are accelerating here and people are paying attention in a new way. Yeah and we should say that neither of US actually here in the studio with us right now. Yeah so I'm feeling sick with the kind of sickness that like normally you might sort of like you know take some cold drugs and go to work but like these days they say to stay home so I'm staying home will. I'm feeling fine but because I was around people who might have been exposed to the virus during the time I was reporting in Seattle I have been encouraged to stay home for a couple of weeks just to make sure I'm not contagious. So now I want to ask you. Oh I hear a dog. Yeah that would be. This is Bella. Bella Bella has been wanting to be on shortwave for most of my life. This was an opportunity and she sees did so John Yourself Quarantine Nell. You're keeping yourself home to make sure you don't get anyone sick. You're both so responsible. Thank you So John. We mentioned earlier that Seattle. It's the center of something called a community outbreak. There's a few of those right now in the US. Tell us what that means. All it really means is that the virus is spreading in the general population. Right so in Seattle you know the first case was brought in from China and then there were a bunch of cases related to a single nursing home but those are both sort of isolated. Now it's all over the place so while I was in Seattle. I saw the public health system stop focusing on tracing individual cases. Start looking at clusters of cases and they are also emphasizing community wide efforts to slow down the spread so that Seattle's response and hosts a little more of what it all looked like when you were there. He used to live in the Seattle area. And I never saw the traffic so light as I did the past ten days at rush hour on I five you know. It was a breeze and a couple of days ago I was. I was walking through Seattle's Chinatown the Pike Place Market. These are both big tourist areas and it was strangely quiet. A lot of the restaurants were closed. There were signs explaining that Kobe. Nineteen is the reason and I should also say people's behavior Seattle has changed You know they keep their distance. They wash their hands. I passed a couple of bars that were still open. And you could see people sitting there but it was every other barstool. Yeah our people trying to get tested for corona virus in Seattle. Yeah definitely I mean everybody wants to be tested in a whether the symptoms or not and the problem is it is really taken a while to set up the system to provide all that testing. And why is that? Well you know my my colleague. Richard Harris has been reporting on that and one reason he's found is that testing for the kroner virus. It's not that simple. You have to extract viruses from samples taken from patients. Then you have to use this device that creates lots of copies of the virus. Then you need another instrument that looks to see if the virus is a genetic match with the corona virus so this is something that is sophisticated lab can do but a doctor's office really can't and John. Why is testing so important with a couple of reasons is really important? It's how you pinpoint an outbreak. You need it for contact tracing because you have to know somebody has it to go and look for other people who might have got it from them and later on as as things spread it tells you which communities are getting infected that sort of the point where Seattle for instance is right now within Seattle. What areas is the virus showing up and finally it tells you what percentage of people who have symptoms actually have corona virus if percentage were to go up over time. It would tell you that you're not winning but the testing is what gives you clues that allows you to follow the spread phillies have a trail. You now what do you think about that? I think it's interesting. It's a different way of thinking about diagnostic testing than most people. Normally think about it. Like normally you feel sick you go to the doctor. And the reason you're getting a test is so the doctor can determine your treatment like maybe you have strep throat in that. Means you need antibiotics. But in this case we have no proven antiviral treatment against this new virus. We don't have vaccine. All the treatment is basically the same kind of supportive treatment you would give someone with another respiratory virus. So it's kind of weird situation. Where the testing that sort of everyone's clamoring for is really of most use for protecting the community and giving public health workers information about what they need to do on a community-wide basis rather than individual patient basis. Yeah and initially the CDC. It wasn't even permitting private labs and universities to do testing that dramatically reduced available capacity for testing. But that's changed recently right. It has and now certain labs so called high complexity labs are they are allowed to run their own tests. But that's not really actually the biggest problem. The biggest problem is setting up the system to collect samples for testing because they have to be sent in for a lab. You don't want people to sort of descend on some doctor's office or a clinic where they might spread the disease yet. You have to test a lot of people really quickly so one solution I saw. Seattle is What they call drive through testing. It's something that they used in Asia and the idea is that you can get tested for corona virus without leaving your car and I actually spent a morning watching this happen. I it was in one of these multilevel level. Parking lots you know next to a hospital in northwest Seattle. So the morning I was there a nurse named Jeff. Cates would walk up to each car. He was in full protective gear. You know with the disposable gown the Globes a clear plastic face mask and he would greet each person as they arrived by name. Jeff and then play health. Now we're going to be doing your swabs today. So he takes these these two swabs one from each nostril. Lean your head back with a little so you know he. He collects these samples and seals them up in plastic tubes and they will be processed by a lab. That's only a few miles away so we're going to be testing for flu. Ab IN SV when we're also testing for covert wriggles. Back to you as soon as we can. Thank you feel better soon now. Only healthcare workers are being tested his way right now but it's important because they're the people that are on the frontlines of fighting the virus and so you gotTa make sure they're not sick still they don't take the infection to other staff or patients in healthcare system. Also there has been talk of expanding this kind of drive through testing to for instance first responders who might have been in contact with somebody who had the virus and eventually even to
"hainault" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"hainault" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"You don't need more doesn't seem to you. They might feel better. If they get the story out. And people start saying, okay. Michael Jackson is no longer this. He'll be part of the Hainault. I guess for me always looked at like when I looked at the art Kelly documentary. It was like my my takeaway is I'm glad it happened. Because now he's held accountable. Hopefully, he will not be able to profit based on the things that he's done. If that was my take away from that one. I don't get that. Same takeaway from this Michael Jackson, one Bush to to speak to the victims. I don't know what what they're dealing with our how if this could be therapeutic for them. It's just there's always like a certain level of marketing capitalism in profit that you see coming from this. And I don't necessarily see the point if this man is dead, and he can't defend himself. But you know, what one of the other things that I saw that that came out of the orchestra documentary was just of a push to have other victims speak out, and like, you know, possibly even fund some of these organizations. So it was also a way to help people that's experiencing that same issue to give them the strengthen courage to possibly get out of this situation. So could the same thing. Out of this like you are to people that have alleged being sexual assault about Michael Jackson, big star who seemingly untouchable, right? You know? And they were afraid to speak out because one about leaving to protect about the money that he has like could this also give other victims occurs to speak out against the people. That's victimizing new. Michael Jackson, just in general. There could be that could be benefits coming from this documentary. I think anybody about anytime anybody speaks out about some trauma, or or or assault that they've come. They've experienced it gives other people courage to do the same thing too. So there is that aspect whether it is a platform like documentary, or if it is just me going to a local community center or shelter or whatever when you speak out it gives people the ability in court courage to do the same thing. And seeing people speak out against powerful figures. Could also empower them to do the same somebody who's. Seemingly less powerful. Like, they're probably powerful to them in the world, you know, because of the the rope power that they have you know, within their life. But you know, you can be like, oh, they can do against Mike, and r Kelly's I can do it to, you know, possibly, so, you know, but I just wanna sit mass you, but you look I'll try to Michael Jackson with wants to happen when they start taking him of the platforms and they start stop playing Michael Jackson music like they trying to stop or Kelly. You know, having go happen. That's that's never gonna happen. I can say that we're confidence. They're not gonna meet Michael Jackson. Bre. Nope. Documentary. Off the cause. But I'm not gonna mute. Life is a class. He got too many votes. That's ingrained. He has more hits than our Kelly. And like it's it was hard for. Like, I said this is already happening. He's already had a documentary saying that he was doing these things and nothing happened to Michael Jackson. So another documentary isn't going to do shit except for major victims. Yeah. That's it. And I don't know why my heart goes out to his family. I'm Mark Jackson family, like his kids and his sisters and brothers. Like granted. He didn't do they didn't do it. And they're gonna have to deal with they're going to have to deal with the repercussions of his actions. And that's not fair this morning, a brother. Yeah. Janet, this is this is so interesting to me like the two dot com. Yeah. Like, this is is. Because in one situation, you can hold the the the agree. You can hold the person accountable for that is exactly what it is. You can't hold Michael Jackson accountable for what's gonna come out who's going to be accountable or people who have absolutely nothing to do with it except the ones that were defending him. So are lose is more of a monster than than Michael J? You can actually attack the Maasai can actually be something to the monster. In this case..
Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?
"Van jealou- Kohl's more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic church was they want to take a more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely. Evangelical have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the evangelical priests in their churches, especially those of the biggest searches in in Brazil, such as the universal church of God, the vision of cell to Hainault deals led by Juma. Do it. You must see a do also owns a very large devestation in Brazil called record TV. And he hasn't been extremely vocal. But he has given some public comments supporting Jibal so narrow the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now, the president of Brazil, and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves are quite discreet. Or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite suppo-. Live off. What is currently the far right movement in Brazil, the sort of tough on crime conservative in social terms. So this is a very strong movement in Brazil, and a majority of the oven Jellicoe showed support for valuable so Naro by some pulse. Seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted for ball Shara. What's your sense of which way round the horse in the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Vizcaya Bolsonaro because they think he's the guy. Always I also narrow going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's their guy. So the interesting thing is that Djabel sano is not an Jellicoe. He doesn't follow innovate Jelica religion, his Catholic. However, his wife is even Jellicoe, and he has demonstrated several policy positions and brother philosophical points that are very aligned with even Jellicoe concern. So for instance, the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to jerus-. Elim he stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that. However, it was a point that is widely supported by even Jellico is because of their belief that the Jews should return to resume and rebuild the temple. So that the second coming of Christ would come. It's a belief that is very widespread and even Jellico community, at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the past and to some extent in the present will sonata stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that even Jellicoe stink is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. So these points if Jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned there are some voices in the Jellico community that worry about the long term implications of this for the oven Jellicoe movement as a whole for its future because at the same time. That there are very comfortable alliances of positions between both scenario and the oven Jellicoe, both Renato also state some points that are quite violent and points regarding public security such as shooting to kill criminals, supporting torture of criminals, all suspected criminals, and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men, which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily even Jellicoe. So it's not a complete harmony of thoughts. But so far the social conservatives mobile on auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned is it a challenge for president Bolsonaro any Brazilian politician to try to manage the the expectations the hopes and the energies of of both the van calls, and the Catholic church are there points of difference between the Natale I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the politic. Support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazilian population. So the reason why this balance between even Jellicoe sin Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years is that the Jellicoe movement has been quite divided politically. Whereas the Catholic church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved, but in a very fragmented way. So they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil is a country with around thirty parties represented in congress, and it is very fragmented. And there are von Jellicoe, you know, in many many parties, the Workers Party that is now the main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon arrow in his right-wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the evangelical during Duma Rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some Paul. Proposals to provide sexual education gender decay shin schools because of even Jellicoe influence in true, Brazilian, political fashion. Diva Jellicoe movement has been quite versatile and adaptive in aligning itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and try to block some of the moves there against its philosophy. And its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues, abortion, gay, marriage, sexual education schools and things like that. So just as a final thought, then if as does seem to be the case Brazilian politics has become more conservative at least if we think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current president Daud extent is that being driven by religious faith. Whether it is the more, traditional Catholic, faith or the new and in a jetty evangelical faith, I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservative. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is
"hainault" Discussed on Correspondents Report
"Once more switch over the airfield his in bright thousand purifies I used to keep the office. And my Badri slightly less toxic is a little orange lot. The his day and night the one that takes the tiniest pollution padras known as pm two point five. They're the ones that a tiny than human hair ones that into the lungs and then the bloodstream and cause cancer heart and respiratory diseases. The light glows and angry orange because despite pumping and purifying Ed twenty four seven the machines, cont low of PM two point five to Saif level, all the privilege and technology in the world confines of pollution problem. It's getting more dangerous by the year. This is Shimon Hainault in New Delhi for correspondents report. It's probably the most difficult place to report in China in the far western province of Xinjiang, the Chinese conducting a campaign to smash is extremism and independent sentiments. It's home to about living million weeds. And if Nick minority who practice the Islamic faith and many now describing what's happening there as the biggest crackdown on any ethnic group in the world today. Human rights activists, say one scale abuses and messed attainments taking place, but the Chinese denied this and don't like foreign reporters going to see for themselves earlier this year, China correspondent Matthew Connie went to the region for the foreign correspondent program. Let's listen back to journal of what happens it was midnight. And I was in a deep sleep after.
"hainault" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Yes, we get. Everyone's like, oh, man. There's no way that was one of the game. And they win that game. And there's all these times when we come up against Moore athlete. Way more talented teams. And everyone says there's no chance that Wisconsin can win this game. And then we went and everyone, I think you're right. They feel a little cheated because like this isn't how basketball is supposed to work and Wisconsin from how has this like cheat code to like crack crack the matrix every now and then and be injury lightweight if you're what if you walked in and did like a pickup game. And you're like how is this possible? Like, no one on this team like can shoot can dunk to do anything. Take charge and everyone on this team is gonna play in the NBA. But that's why I mean, that's why same decker was such a boy wonder from Sheboygan, you know, he was perfect. It was first time that I saw an athletic players shooting. Throws like look like he was going to go to the NBA boating Ryan can figure it out. It took Ryan still own to figure out what the hell do commit skin decker because he's like holy shit. I actually got like super talented guys on the same thinking, this is wild. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's that's good point Sam Dekker. He's actually he's become a friend of mine in Hainault cut being shipped game. No han. Trying to entertain your audience. How many how many cubic kid I need that? Thank you. How are we going to be like, oh, he's really hate each other? Yeah. Like versus barstool. Yeah. Friends, but whatever since after I I was convinced that he got concussed semi final game in two thousand fifteen because if you remember he I think he air will I shoot three pointers in the final against Duke. And he told me that he didn't get concussed, but I have full time to dig it can cost that I think he's now convinced himself feels about can cost like we would've wanted if I didn't get any cuts, and I just looked at the pet. So that is another aspects on that are two championship. Well, speaking of Duke, that's the other reason I wanted to have you was talking about this team because you you in pay in really the three of us together. I think you've put us three together. We are. We just got a sampling from you. But the three must together I think are the best do conspiracy theory guys in the world that we can always conspiracy theory or anything. But so I wanted to have you want to talk a little bit. But with that, I guess transitioning from Wisconsin to do how does it make you feel that that was kansin has basically taken over the Duke vibe. Like, the reason everyone hated Duke now applies to Wisconsin with Brad Davis and drawing charges and now Duke has like a team that's almost impossible to hate. Because I in Williamson is like the most fun in the world. And everyone seems to love this team and bread. Far say they're fossil bay there. I still very much eight to two team. And I listen I'm used it on conspiracy theory guy have not a conspiracy theory guy. I'm just saying that Wisconsin to your first half in two thousand fifteen they I think they've all call for eleven in the second half, whatever classic. Yeah. It is the problem with fish year. Here's you kind of. You're you're you're you are kinda right? That you get caught in a moment. I watched do Fisher. And I get caught when watching them and being wild by how good they are how good diet is. And and you know, like all this talent, they have and you almost like skate from the fact that you're supposed to hate you. And then you have to strap back like wait hold on. I hate these guys. Stop stop stop. So that's the problem with this year Tate, doesn't even hate him table. Just hourly say like, I can't hate these guys. Well, it's a Nolan Smith real all you have to do when you feel like you're enjoying do basketball is just look at the bench, and you.
"hainault" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast
"I don't know if that, you know, go to the levels they deal in ready player one the movie where hey they're delivering pizzas. And you know, they're going around, you know, dropping bombs. I don't know about that. I'm not I'm really not sure. But it was an interesting article it did kind of piqued my interest a bit like, oh, that's kind of cool drones. I know of drones I'm aware of drones. You know, I don't actually know many people who particularly have drones. But I know about them I'm not like, you know, complete like a drone. What's that? No. I have a base idea. What it is. And that's what drew me to this article. That's why I thought Hainault at this my big technology to bring right because drones are definitely technology. And they're definitely kind of like, you know, a new I won't say the nationally new anymore. But there's definitely new models coming out every now, and again, and that's this is just a new model a drone that maybe do things that previous models that drones. Just can't do. Right. This is a possibility. So yeah, it's really kind of cool. It's really kind of nifty. Kinda, you know, intrigued me when I read about I was like, oh, that's kind of cool might be fun to talk about that and bring that over here. So I chose to do that. And. Yeah, like, I think he I if you wanna go. Oh on you can't go on Kickstarter, and you know, put a little bit money in there to help them. You know, get this, you know, new model started, and that's a cool little thing. If you can I don't know what the amounts are. But I want to say there's probably different brackets. I don't think it's like, hey, you have to give this much of that much. At least the Kickstarter. I've to in the past aren't like that. So yeah, check it on Kickstarter. If you can give anything to be really cool. I'm sure they'd really appreciate that. And yeah, definitely check it out and keep an eye on it coming out in April two thousand nineteen which will be here before we know it. Yes. It will. And. Yeah, I just think it's kind of cool that they're doing that. They've done in the past. And it sounds like it was pretty successful. You know, I would say that. Yeah. Doing another one with newer features in new options and new possibilities and think is a great idea. So yeah, as I learn more about if I hear more about this hover to definitely be sure to bring it to this podcast up -solutely. Yourselves another short little break and be back in a few moments with more side fine. News..
"hainault" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast
"Read on certain different, topics. This is probably great app. So I don't know for me personally. I'm not too excited about this app. But I did choose this one because it sounds kind of interesting. It's like, hey, that's interesting idea for an app, you know, in the world where there are so many apps in how days and so many more apps coming out every single day. It's nice to about something. That's a little different this kind of trying to like, you know, season need or sees like, you know, like a like a market out there. If people who, you know, probably read, newsletters, or reading magazines or things like that at home and wants to find a way to make it easier for them to do that. And it sounds like it could introduce them to new newsletters that maybe they're not familiar with and help get those newsletters out to more people. So it's got some cool applications. It's got some good possibilities. I think it really does. Does. And it sounds intriguing now I said, I don't know if there's gonna be something that's going to be as big as they think it is. Or it's going to be as popular as they think it is. I'm not sure I'm also not sure if this is going to be is if the market I I don't really know personally how big of this market is. I just don't know is it bigger than I know because I just I still prefer usually reading, you know, I'll re digital books in my laptop. But I usually prefer reading like a physical book or physical comic. That's just me. And I know there are a lot of people who are still that way. But I know that there are I I believe there's a lot of people out there to who, you know, do prefer to read on a tablet or reading their laptop or things like that. Right. And maybe if you have a bigger phone read on that too. Maybe it's a possibility. So I don't know. I don't know if this is going to be like the next big thing, or if it's gonna be this great, you know, amazing app. But it sounds like, you know, it's something you could definitely. Try. I've done that. Lately. I've tried out some new apps McHale Hainault, we'll give it a shot. We'll see if it's cool or not. And if it's not you know what I am able to remove it. So it's not like, you know, ham stuck with the app forever now. So I think that's kind of nifty and. Yeah. I would suggest really I guess if you are someone who likes really, newsletters, or maybe you're like kind of looking for some new, newsletters, maybe on some newer topics or topics already passionate about check this app out keep an eye out for this app. Like, I said, I'm not sure if it's available now, or if it's just a kind of their beta testing right now, and just you know, fine tuning it. But definitely keep an eye out for this. I guess that. I don't think it's going to come standard. But it sounds like it shouldn't be too hard to find, you know, in either in either, you know, medium it shouldn't be too hard to find this on I o s or in the Google play store. And yeah, I'm intrigued by it. That's the main reason I chose this topic because I'm intrigued, but I'm like that's kind of a cool little thing. And like I said there's so many apps out there already that all do the same thing or similar things. And there's an insane amount of dating apps. There's a lot of different apps. Like every company has an app..
"hainault" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak
"Oh, man. I think you it's always in the back of your mind a little bit. Whether it's something you're doing or what the tours like or asong, you're writing you're like, okay. Who's gonna like hear this and be like that before? So I think that always is in the back of your mind a little bit, but part of its. Kind of that indefinable thing about music where you put yourself out there. And you kind of tell people who you are as an artist and all of the things that make up who you are going to announce. And then you hope everybody doesn't go a hate that. I don't like I don't like you at all. But it really is. You know, every album is kind of there's always really personal things that you put into the music on a record. And you know, I joke a lot people are like, okay. Well, we're the song come from an I'm not really the kind of person to name names. But I was like, you know, when I had tomorrow out, and I was like that's the most money ever made off a break-up like. Ended poorly. But you know, what I got a great song out of it. So it worked out. So when you have a song like that. And there's a legit story for you behind it. How does that work? Do you do you let the person know or what's the etiquette behind that? No. I do not. I'm not going. Hey, I wrote this about you. I'm not showing up at Hainault the girlfriend's house going. They listen the scientist root for you. But you know, I do do right allow love songs. So I guess if I wanted to get away with that good. But that's interesting because that's good. So well, right. So did the person that it was about realize and she knew her. No question. She knew she knew because it was one of those. You know, the the line in the courses, you know, we're like fire gasoline a good fan for me. And in that was what it was. It was like really great or really bad. And there was no in between. Yeah. But I like I said I got a good song out of it. That's awesome. That's a great story. That's also how it is. Sometimes in sports. How did you? How did your sports interests begin from when you were a kid? What got you into it? You know, one of the first things I really remember doing was I threw a Super Bowl party and everybody came over dressed up, you know, in in whatever their team gear was and of course, the Cowboys are not planning this. But that that's not important everybody showed up, and and I just remembered that in a so much fun. Even when I was a kid. I was going. This is cool. Like, I like this. My mom was a single parent until my stepdad came along for a lot of my sisters, and I are childhood and she didn't didn't make a whole lot of money, but one of her bosses one time gave us tickets to a basketball game. So my mom took us. It was like this'll be cool. Someone can go to we didn't know we were like in floor seats and. I just I'd never been to a professional basketball game before that experience was an MBA. Accord side, what we were just like, this is awesome. This is what it's like every time. Right. And she's like, no. Oh, wow. That's awesome. There was always like little moments like that that that happened. And I was just always drawn to it. And always had a love for for sports. Even though I did not play because everybody sees me. Six four big guys play football MC. No. I did choir. It worked out. And that's a terrific story. And it's very true..
"hainault" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast
"And it's really cool to go around. You know, kinda like you can switch characters rounds you want. You can give them little power ups as you want. You can level them up as you want. There's some kind of there's sometimes you can fight like say your level six and the bad guy going into the thirteen if you beat said bad guy, you know, you get more experience, and therefore you get up. I kinda like update I mean level up your characters, you know, your your teammates your party a bit faster. And yeah, it was just a cool little story. Like, you know, you go through it. And you find out Hainault happing to other parts of your friends. So there's percha to play his bad guys a little bit here. And there I didn't get all the way through it. There's like. I think like three main chapters and the one I did play. It is expansive. Thank you only. Have so many moves you have to choose. Okay. Where to go here, and where to go there and do you want to do this? You not wanna do that. Luckily, there's one to my went through one mode, and I missed getting a party member. But I gotta go back and get said party members. So that was kinda nice, and it was a lot of fun. But it was definitely a little challenging to. There are a few interesting, but sort of predictable twists and turns as the Modi played a went along. But it was it was a really really fun game. I really enjoyed it. It was just kind of cool to get the hang of it. I liked it on the switch, but I had played it on the PlayStations while before. So it's it's it's fun on the PlayStation two. Don't get me wrong. It is. But yeah, but I had a lot of fun playing this game. It kind of gave me a bit of idea of the characters like their connections to each other and things like that. And yeah, it was definitely a different fighting game. I'll give give it that for sure it's not your normal run of the mill fighting game. No. It's very different. It's very, you know, unique and different. It's cartoony. The power ups are released strong, some of the combos if you get the hang. Them are really really strong some of the characters I had more fun playing as than others some characters had were stronger than others. And yeah, I'd say if you're a fan of dragon ball this is a game. You're gonna wanna play you'll probably know the characters bear than I did you probably know their backstories Burr than I did. You know, you'll probably understand the story. Maybe even a bit more than I did. Although I'm not sure if this story has ever shown up being the movies or cartoons or as a series in the I'm not really sure, but I wanna say they probably haven't. So this has been available on the PlayStation for an Xbox One. I think since last year and it became available on the switch in September sixteenth two thousand eighteen it's vailable now. So yeah, I would how they recommend to try it out. It could be a fun game to play with your friends. Like, I said if you like, you know, if they're just the there's also the really good adventure mode. And yeah, I would I would suggest doing that adventure mode because it's kind of like the more the more recent world combat games. You almost wanna do the adventure mode of the conquest mud. You can you know, play different characters unlock new new characters. New powers and techniques for those characters and just get better feel for those characters. So. Yeah out how they recommend doing it. It's very expensive. It's gonna take up your time a little bit because there's so much going on and so much to see and do. But it's also a lot of fun in the story. It tells us a really really fun really really close story. So yeah, it was a really fun game. It's. Available now. And yeah, I would say if you're a drag fan, you're gonna probably have hours and hours and hours of playing there's just too what how I get going. So that's all the time. We have for this technology episode. Hope you learn some really cool things. I know I did. And I had a lot of fun bringing them to you. And we'll.
A New Law In Latvia Aims To Preserve National Language By Limiting Russian In Schools
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything this year. Lot is celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of its founding as an independent country, even though for half that time it was as an unwilling member of the Soviet Union now to strengthen its national identity. Lot government has decided to cut down on the use of the Russian language in schools, but that is causing an outcry from some Russian speaking residents. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from the Latvian capital Riga. In Riga's historic old town, you can hear a cacophony of languages as foreign tourists pack, the cobblestone streets. If you over here locals, there's likely to be speaking Russian as they are Latvian. That's one reason. Let us government has passed a law that starting next year will limit Russian has a language of instruction in the country, schools out constitution stays the state languages Latvian. Whereas at home, you can speak your mother tongue freely. Non Jackson whatsoever. Ricard's Kohl's is a lawmaker from the nationalist party that pushed for the law Latvia's, a tiny nation of less than two million people and many Latvians feel the need to protect themselves from cultural and political assimilation by their giant neighbour. Russia, basically, we are nation state. So we're founded on the basis of language tradition and culture, we Hainault independence in very troubled times. But about a quarter of Latvia's population. Don't share those traditions their ethnic Russians, many of whom moved here during Soviet times to find out what ordinary citizens think. I leave the quaint steeples of the old town and head for Riga's central station. Whose money these jump on a commuter train going to the edge of the city. Monta neighborhood was built during Soviet times row after row of concrete, apartment blocks. You're I run into Eric Garner's a driver who's out for a walk with his wife. He thinks the law is really about October's parliamentary election chew step only sokaia. Needs to use it when you're pure politics. If there weren't such bands like the language law. There would be a lot fewer problems in our society, Dr snicks ethnic Latvian, but says he feels more comfortable speaking Russian. He says language isn't an issue in daily life, Dr snicks laughs when I mentioned that opponents of the law are accused of being puppets of the Russian president. Dr Nick says he's never considered himself when of lady Amir, Putin's helpers, but Russia's annexation of Crimea for years ago is still on the minds of many Latvians putting justified his military intervention in Ukraine by claiming to defend the rights of Russian-speakers there. Elisabetta christova says a similar scenario could happen in Latvia. If our addition will increase ethnic tension, then online point it would be possible christova as an ethnic Russian activist who is suing the Latvian government over the language law to Latvian security services suspect, her of working for the Kremlin. She says she's acting on her own convictions. I hopefully, they'll find a good way in our state without violence and his out needs to us help to any foreign country, Latvia sovereignty is supported by its membership in NATO and the European Union Carlos shut door skips. The education minister says the new law is intended to defuse ethnic tension. If we are not. Learning together, we are not able normally to live together. And therefore, this is just the breaking ice between two communities in Latvia. He says the new law will help integrate Russian-speakers into Latvian society, Lucian, Kim and PR news Riga, Latvia. If you like this podcast discover the rest of the NPR portfolio at NPR dot org slash podcasts. And learn more about eight of the country's top twenty podcasts according
"hainault" Discussed on Photography Tips From the Top Floor
"Right. Hainault welcome. It is what is it October twenty eight episode eight forty three and well, let's see. Oh, yeah. Last episode. I announced the white angle webinar that took place on the third as in yesterday the day before I record this and it went well. It was about challenges when shooting wide angle and what to do about them. Thanks, all of you who showed up. There was a total of I think almost three hundred people watching life, which is awesome. It's really awesome. And as a usually more people re replaying it going to the replaying. So if you are as VP your replay link should already been your inbox, and I talked to rocky nuke, by the way, my publisher who organised this whole thing. They will also put this video on YouTube. And as soon as I have the link I will shared here with you. So you can watch that too. It's not too long. It's under an hour and try to touch on the on the fall of the five most important things when shooting wide angle, which is well, the first is too much stuff in the frame, right? Too much clutter is easy when you shoot wide angle because. Yeah. More angle more stuff at the second one is about contrast being too high and that happens again with the wider angle. There's just more stuff in the photo and real estate photographers know that they have the problem. They have to wide angle often to show more in the frame. But then of course, they run into windows and high contrast high dynamic range in the in the scene, we talked about how to tackle that one. Another one is edged distortion like if you put someone's head at the edge of wide-angle frame that head will turn x shaped. And there are ways to use this for effect. And they're of course, like best practices to kind of avoid these kind of things. There's also a bit of us did of a. Secret move with a shift ends if you have one where you can put a person right at the edge of the frame without them being distorted at all. And number four was the well the fact that wide-angle ends has more depth of field than a telephoto lens. And that makes it harder to tidy up your compositions because with a longer focal focal length, you will often just blurred the background. And then what's in the background, isn't that important? But if you shoot wide-angle, well, you cannot blur the background that easily. So it means you'll have to be more tidy in your compositions and. Yep. That is certainly something to watch out for and then last button at least a fifth point. I touched on was vertical lines that tend to go all weird and falling. If you tilted camera, which again is something you sometimes just can't avoid and the wider angled the stronger these affect gets talked about what about that. And again, there are several ways to fix this imposed or to not let this creep into the photo in the first place. So yeah, a webinar on wide angle photography and the challenges again, and this is all from the wide angle book. So. If you've read that you already know these things if not let's just a taste of what the kind of things are in the book that that might be helpful. So anyway of YouTube link is about to come out soon. Here's a call for help podcast or in peril. Not really, but you know. Okay. And by the way, this goes out specifically to the Kiwi is among you because you know, an talked about this in previous episodes that Monica, and I are planning to spend some time in New Zealand early next year in January and in parts of February and a while ago. I asked you the Kiwis for hints and tips and two great responses. Awesome stuff. But there are a couple of things that I didn't ask for and I yeah, I'm I'm asking them here now. Okay. So first one might be a relatively simple one. Of course, we need to get around. Right. We want to start in the North Island. And then make our way down to the South Island and spend probably spend the majority of time down there. But let's at least a recommendation that we received. Nothing against North Island. But whatever we need transportation. So of course, this is going to be a car rental..
"hainault" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Someone else asks if diet energy drinks are gonna, what is basically hurt their diet when leaning out and I kind of have an answer for him if you want me to take that one go for we, we love monster, energy, muscle monster keeps us well, energized Hainault. And I mean, if you guys know those have like zero everything, I don't know exactly what kind of trickery they used to put flavor into those. But no, those are not going to hurt your your macro or whatever you wanna call it. But we're, it's gonna hurt. You is when you're trying to go to bed that night. And a lot of people don't understand that. The like caffeine has a like a eight hour half life. Oh my, yeah. So a lot of people don't even understand what I just said. They're basically if you were to have a monster energy drink at six o'clock today by like two AM, it actually be out of your system when you'd actually be able to get to fall asleep, right. So in in like on paper? No, it's not gonna hurt this guy's diet, but when he's trying to recover is really gonna kill them there, and he's not going to be able to get the rest that he needs and that's where it's going to hurt him. What the half-life of booze is know that I do not know, but I know that it doesn't let you get into deep sleep and it. It's funny. 'cause like people actually will turn to alcohol to try to pass out, but they don't actually get enough rest when they drink alcohol. Right. I know. And same thing happens with like marijuana and some other things too in. The interesting thing is like, I just wonder if like. You know what kind of research is particular doses? You know, you don't like what, if you just had a glass of wine, you know, rather than like getting smashed like the the interesting thing about some of that stuff too is that if you have two glasses of wine, you sleep, you feel fucking awesome. You feel so good. So it's like, yeah, and some of the stuff I'm experiencing right now, I've been sleeping with this ring and this ring tracks just a ring. I wear my hand track my sleep and I don't know, seems fairly accurate, but it's showing that I wake up quite a bit. And you know, I'm gonna work on trying to figure some of that out. You know, some things I decided to chop out some caffeine a little bit more here and there I, I'm not even I don't even really give a fuck about caffeine that much. So drinking coffee is almost more habitual than it is like a real thing for me. Right. A lot of times I do have a Cup of coffee first thing in the morning, but my morning usually starts like five. And then it's kind of like. I don't know. It's weird. It's like you just think that you need it. 'cause you're used to drinking anyone? I feel they almost. I don't really ever feel tired, but I almost wanna feel energize a little extra. And so sometimes I reached were, but he has to be certain things I'm gonna have to do to try to adapt to try to be able to get this sleep track a little bit better. Somebody asked me my view on carbs cycling, highly effective. Lot of people do it, how you do it. This kind of two different people have different theories..
"hainault" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Eight hundred six four MBC beds. You need by the way. To set some sort of. Disclaimer that is not accurate. Purposes, only we cannot accept. Yeah. That's on the market. We catch up. Give me a call. We'll figure it out. What's even veterans with the voice? I'm looking through the glass. He's got the Yankees hat on. Oh. Great. Okay. Other things out there. Molly Tibbets through tragic story girl from Iowa, right? The name the fake name that this guy used. Yeah. So the guy who killed her. Is named Christian by Hainault Rivera Twenty-four-year-old illegal immigrants from Mexico, and he'd been working at a local farm, and they said, well, he gave us fake papers. And so we ran a background check on them. They didn't go through the verify system. But they said they ran a background check on him and all the paperwork checked out. We have his alias, and I'm calling BS on the farm. Okay. Now, this was one of his aliases. So I do want to say, though, the AP is reporting this, and they're saying they cannot confirm whether or not he went by this name at work, but the alias he had on his out of state photo. ID was John, bud. John, bud. John, bud. Yes. Okay. No word if that was junior or the third or senior maybe John bud was the name. Now if that is the name that he used with the background check. Why are you calling? This is part of the problem when it comes to illegal immigration and companies willing to look the other way when they're hiring people who are here illegally. What are you saying you have a twenty year old guy at the time where he was like nineteen or twenty when he was being employed? From Mexico doesn't speak much if any English, and he says his name is John, bud. Yeah. That doesn't raise any red flags whatsoever. With you. Hey, man, you go down that trail. You know, what happens? What what are you gonna make the comment, you're working at the farm? You say he doesn't look like John bud to me Ray says I'm just saying I might want some follow up questions with the I've known a lot of people from Mexico from Columbia from South America. And I've worked with a lot of them. When I was when I was living in Texas. And now also you're gone with that line. I've had friends that are Hispanic. Okay. Here we go. I'm just saying I've not known one of them to be named John, bud. That doesn't mean they can't be an original sound very soon. I'm going to try to get a job at a farm and tell people my name is Juan Lopez. Okay. Give me a break. Well, how would that work someone at the farm says man does look like John, bud? I don't know. Got friend of mine mentioned a guy named John, bud. But I think he was a we'd dealer codename. John doesn't even sound like a real name. I know there has to be somebody named John bud out there. But that sounds like a fake name. Anyway, regardless of of the nationality of the person using the name. But if I just if you introduced me, Jamie Markley, if you introduce yourself to me, and you said, hi, my name's John, John, bud. I'd be like that's not your real name. Sound like a top forty guy from the eighties. The hits luggage job bud along with you. It does it sounds. It. Sounds like the finals coming up. Fine. Young cannibals. A new Vanessa Williams. Yes. Oh, man. Speaking of music back in that era. Vanilla ice in the news. Did you know he was on that plane? I yeah, I heard that that's a crazy. So there is this plane though is an immature line flight detained at New York's JFK airport. Yesterday because a whole bunch of people were sick. They're running fevers, they weren't feeling. Well, and they didn't know what this was. And you know, a lot of us were saying this is how horror movies start you have the quarantine plane at the airport at one of the busiest airports in the world, you're saying that from one of the terrible movies you've seen fair. There are a few of them out there that start off that way, but vanilla ice who by the way, also has a name that sounds fake to me. Not the vanilla is part. You know, that's not real his, I didn't know winkle. Right. And know his real name was Robert Matthew van winkle. Yes, sir. That also that's a fake name. There's no way he's actually name that. I think it is. Anyway, he was on the plane. And then what tweeted about it? He tweeted about he said, this is crazy. Apparently there is over one hundred people sick on the bottom floor, so happy I'm up top. It's double decker plane. But Neil is looking out for vanilla ice. Yes. It was exciting. I flew fourteen hours into..
"hainault" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Are we doing yukons Yeah whatever weirdly enough at sixty five percent decrease in the in the word broth. In. The occurrence of broth Okay Broth is having such a, moment but maybe it's because, within, yeah it's, it's I think that's. Bizarre and then the last one strangely enough sixty decrease in. Sausage I find that where to because sausage center can meet cinch coutry and, yeah so. Interesting so then let's talk about fats because we were saying how olive oil has has a huge. Thing And they were saying that few food groups stir more intense setting nutritional. Second guessing than fats which explain some of the. Spikes. On this, chart there's a bunch of spikes like butter. Olive oil went Hainault went when was up butter has been steadily declining funny enough which? We think is so interesting lard? A, giant shoot up from nine hundred ninety, all the way to twenty, fifteen, like a massive uptick in lard. Discussions and are you using more lard I alert cookbook yeah. I mean I think there's more I think you're right I think there's more, books online. Margarine is this really wonky wave of up and down how do you buy a merger no I Number I don't even. Understand I think my mom because she was a German cook like she didn't understand. It. Yeah so she never bought it coconut. Oil you guys the best part about it flat from nineteen ninety twenty ten flat at almost. Zero now it's spiked at a girl for four, percent like in the last two or three, years like coconut oil has gone. Crazy it's still having a. Moment I. Know so it's like they're saying basically the decline in. Butter they shift to the natch nutritional wisdom that the taste food magazines like gourmet and brought apetite in the, nineties which, then you, know kind of like the magazines were heavy into European food and, restaurants style, home. Cooking and that means a lot of, butter and then they kind of went down as coconut oil kind of came. Up. Yup so really interesting. Thing lots of things about dough and everything else Talking about, the decline, of bread, recipes and the widespread demonization of carbohydrates demonization of carbohydrates carbohydrate they, said that, they. Think that the decline in bread recipes, coincides with the availability of good bread also in the eighties and nineties there. Worth. The bakeries there are. Now so people weren't making and cooking Brad You know are. They were and now they're not they're just buying it because there's so, many good bakeries around think about that That's kind of interesting so anyway there's. A lot of this stuff out there. I wanna I'm gonna put this up because it's really interesting to kind. Of pop through look at the rise of non-european flare I like the chili cumin is is way up eight. Percents fish sauce something that in one thousand nine hundred was just beginning is now in twenty is sixteen like up, five? Percents it's kinda crazy over, the years in Harissa and kimchi has got a wicked spike nothing in one thousand. Nine hundred right so this is really interesting and I just it's kind of one of those fun little Yankee. Ways of diving and. So we're going to put that up. For you guys to play around on and. Have a look, at so there you go one last thing just before we go I just. Before we cut the. Segment office here's a thought. Manny's ice cream and we'll let you sit with. That before we come back we'll be right back this is the weekly dish Having.
"hainault" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The fan john is joined us a very interesting background awardwinning media experience in the entertainment industry as well now one of the things that interests me is exactly how it is that you got a legendary sports writer to write the forward for your book arnold hainault the great arnold hainault arnold and i are good friends and the reason that came about was i made a film about arnold in his life and his career as a writer sportswriter and a warrior for social justice that was the last long form film i made before it began this project net film was called hainault essentially in the bleachers and that documentary is also available on amazon as well but we we worked together on that project for a few years it's been very successful and widely praised and when we were putting the book together and i think well who who who they gonna get to do the forward and arnold is still he can still right with the best of them so i reached out and he said sure i'd love to do it and they wanna things about that's amazing about arnold is he's legally blind so he can't really see all that well and so he's not going to sit at his keyboard and type all this out so he he dictated it to me over the phone and is he's amazing because he said he you know as as a writer did you ever do outlines and frame your stuff up he said no no no no no you you just start writing and he's back because most riders will tell you can't work like that but you know he wrote one of baseball's most iconic books a day in the bleachers about game one of the fifty four world series and of course wrote for sport magazine for many years for my big thing it was fifty five five to about nineteen eighty one and a remarkable guy and incredible writer i learned a lot from arnold about writing about life in general mention the fact that he's ninety six years old he is and what are the highlights of the film was when he turned i think he when he turned ninety three he said you know i used to throw a pretty good screwball he was a.
"hainault" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Stopped not to be confused with the s p n version of further thirty for 30 series called the day the series stopped and then from there i produced and directed a documentary about one of the most prolific writers of the 20th century who was also a sports writer and his name is arnold hainault who rode one of the iconic baseball books a day in the bleachers and i i remember getting arnold's biography willie mays when i was ten years old and i distinctly remember the name of the man who wrote that book little knowing that about fifty years later i would make a film about him and uh that film it was is a favorite of mine because arnold is not only a terrific writer who else who who who met babe ruth and saw babe ruth play and uh actually had a ticket and saw the don larsen's perfect game uh but he's become friend um i learned a lot about writing from arnold and he's also a social activist who's done some wonderful things are or for minorities as well as the environment um so that peace came along and i was looking to do something a little bit different in my documentary work i wanted to tell more stories over a shorter period of time to sort of amortize by cost over the long haul in one of my colleagues friends kelly holds clan i would get together for lunch every year and we catch up on what our projects were me any says you know you keep telling me these base stories of these films you're making just i don't even like baseball but these stories are fascinating have you ever thought of starting a streaming television channel featuring these baseball stories i said no but there's a hell of an idea and that's really what got me started with the sweet spot and um you know we began our our first season started airing on amazon and roku infamy on demand last december and is pass january but to answer your question about.
"hainault" Discussed on WTVN
"The pew directly behind him so when he set back if there was a problem somebody else was their and our guy was there but when he came back that he was sitting right behind him in the pew and uh i only tell you the story this happened on a couple of years ago and i only tell you the story because and nothing was going to happen that day is it turns out oh i'm gonna k i confusing or one of the guys who did his went to jail this guy i'm not sure if he if he was a guy who went to jail or for something else and remember what happened to this guy in particular but nothing happened and nothing would have happened uh because the people here in texas and the people that i go to church with i'm not gonna let it happen and you know if somebody would have been in the church yesterday in the church with a gun it may have ended sooner but it did end yesterday because a civilian had a gun earlier this morning on cnn uh what's his name was his name's do of course kromah chris cuomo was talking to a an eye witness and this is what he said about uh after the for the eyewitness stars talking he says this about the gunman was hainault in our neighbor in my opinion for what i saw delano about the neighbor thirty years he you know he stop this this would have been a lot worse i don't know how you can look at it any other way i mean why all accounts of people who are saying what happened in by his own to law enforcement for more we're told them the murderer came back outside for some reason and that's when they engage and the reporting is that the gunman wound up drop in his weapon chatelet vehicle to flee and and other paypal saw him fleeing and chased him down until he eventually won off the road and they don't know if he died from being hit by the effort taken himself out but if not for your neighbor who knows what would have neighbor gun let me go here to eni they said the sitcen paxson the.
"hainault" Discussed on WDRC
"Said the whole purpose of religion is to make you happy not sad and the and the greatest way to be divided from god is to walk around with woods said this for what you've done because that is as trick of satan to divide you from god so although you may think you have done a sin and probably in your own mind you have tried to be happy about your current life because you're a different person yes i thought i carried around a number don't don't that's that's dividing you from god is it's satan's trick is to divide you through sadness and depression and guilt divide you from a guard at another what's the benefit of being guilty would tell me what you're gonna do you to bring the baby back by walking around hating yourself no no i i think right you're right and more all right so the baby is not coming back if you hate yourself what you're doing is making itself miserable and keeping yourself away from the true meaning of religion of god which is the be happy not to be said yes yes you're right right so be happy thank you that's it's that simple that's that's my message today stop beating yourself to death mary i'm gonna send you god faith reason the minute it's out staying alive sure you a abdeen neue hainault your israel lord our god the lord is one that's all jews say what does that actually mean what does that actually michelle ma destroy aol other noyo hainault other noil a who a hero israel odaguard the lord is one what does that mean what does it mean what does it actually mean it's a way of apprehend the truth it's got something to do with the acoustical sense speak onto the children of israel even the words semite is akin to show mom meaning to here you know the difference between hearing and being def to hear shimaa here hero israel to here the acoustical the acoustical.