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Is the Film 'French Exit' Worth Its Weight in Baguettes?
"About French exit the stories about a woman who's you know, aging socialite and she's widowed and she has her son with her, and she kind of does her last. Harada her last trip. To France to Paris, where she is wanting to send to sort of get rid of the rest of her husband's inheritance, says she's coming to the end of her life, and it's I wouldn't say it's um It's not a standard movie, because usually you get these things from the from the male's point of view, But it's her sort of trying to run out the clock on her life with her money, and she's dealing with their sort of aimless son, played by Lucas Hedges and It's very much a character piece. It's not the action pieces it Zaveri biting and sardonic comedy, almost to the point where it wouldn't even categorize it as a comedy. It's It's really there Morpher fans of Michelle Pfeiffer to watch her play in such a somewhat off kilter role in a bit of an off brand role for her. Yes, well, a couple of observations from the trailer. It's very, very dry, but arch comedy and you know, and it's based on a lot of it looked like it was based on dialogue where she says, Well, my plan was to die before the money ran out. But I kept not dying and well, here I am. That doesn't sound funny, but I thought it made me chuckle the way she said it. I'll wait till it's available where I don't have to go in through the theater. But I'm looking forward to seeing French exit myself. How many bad gets for French exit in theaters? I'm gonna get a 2.5 baguettes. I wasn't as I'm not as big of a fan of the structure of this type of story. It seems a little bit Moby, but great performances all around
"harada" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Heard Abdel God hear Salama Harada Alcor Web from Les Bleus Day cartoon music from Sudan from Yemen. We heard Ana Atari Ock. Unfortunately, I don't have the singer's name that's from a compilation, the music of Islam. Volume 11. Want to Syria with a tune called a la Pluie, By Nassim Holla. Then we visited Iraq and heard Iowa do G from their album, Iowa. Then from Holloway and Iranian American who played at the Madison World Music Festival. We heard floating down from her album paratrooper and we finished off back in Syria with Omar Suleiman gets a lot of airplay here on global revolutions. Love the sky. Lee Raja, the whole walk home was the tune from the album ya zero nights. Yeah, that's really interesting of really been a fan of Omar Silliman for a long time. And one of the interesting things sort of like one of the effects of the Civil war in Syria was that Omar Suleiman went into exile. He was one of those wedding singers and his band played party is pretty much every day of the year. And once he goes in textile in 2011, he really becomes like invited to all these festivals, even in Boise, Idaho, If you can believe that. And he's always had the sense of community back in Syria, where, hey did Kurdish Ussuri, Arabic and even Turkish music because it was right across the border, so just someone who's really embraced The idea that you can Really celebrated across borders. And Martine. There is no question. I believe that the election of Biden Harris, our nation can again recognized the important contribution that artists and all people from These countries make two world culture. We really need to end this rhetoric of building walls and banning people. We regularly play this music. We also just wantto showcase it when we use global revolutions is a way of building bridges of Knowing and celebrating cultures around the world. So last week, I played a set of dance music to get us dancing over to the polls, and after a rough week following the election, it's time to do some more dancing. This time. We're not going to play dance styles from around the world, but we're going to dedicate the whole set of music to swing. So we've got several styles of swing here. Seema Kristic Gypsy swing. There's some French swing. There's some vintage swing. There's even a swing cover of a talking head song. And up first. This is the rhythm, future Quartet, Night and day. You don't talk about you. It is all sold. You want on it.
"harada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"His much Do you love to eat? But that's what I'm saying. When you imagine I give up smell smell would be mine. Can you imagine, though, going through life and not being able to eat your favorite meal? No way. Yes, I would be so happy. So okay without no, Because I would still eat more. I would. I would still die. You just like the comfort of something in your mouth of eating. I like like losing my meeting. Go, Let's not go there. No, Let's go love to go there, 855591103, But you have to give one up there telling you, you know, whatever. In this case, it's the only one probably give up. Smell. At this point, she probably would say forget about it because her life is ruined now because she's smelling rotting meat. We're rotting meat. Isn't that the way as a result of the Corona virus, my friend that happened to her? Really go eat like some seafood, and it smells different on her. She can't even sit there. Harada railing our friend Laura, we did a report on her before the Tribune reporter. Okay, young, too. I feel bad during pregnancy. This happened Studios it like things start to taste. Smell different and messes. People up. I think I would give up. Just like smell and taste are connected. I don't know. Let's assume they're not. You could still each our favorite meal because you could still tasted just cause you can't smell. It doesn't change the fact that you could survive. Pizza smell is the one I might give up. Yeah, assuming that we're not connecting them. I know they are. But let's assume, though, that I can still taste But I can't smell that means all the bad smells out there. I never have to smell exactly You know, but I wouldn't know if I smell bad. And then I could be walking around smelling bad all the time. And that it would be an issue. Someone would tell you, but you smell bad. Yeah, but I wouldn't be able to stay up on it now. I can't smell myself. What you gonna do about it? I mean vision hearing..
"harada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Much do you love to eat? But that's what I'm saying. When you imagine I give up smell smell would be mine. Can you imagine, though, going through life and not being able to eat your favorite meal? No way. Yes, I would be so happy. So okay without no, but I would still eat more. I would. I would still die. You just like the comfort of something in your mouth of eating. I like like losing my meeting. Go, Let's not go there. Oh, no, Let's go love to go there, 855591103, But you have to give one up there telling you, you know, whatever. In this case, it's only one probably give up. Smell. At this point, she probably would say, forget about it because their life is ruined now because she's smelling rotting meat. We're rotting meat. Isn't that the way as a result of the Corona virus, my friend that happened to her really? To go eat like some seafood, and it smells different on her. She can't even sit there. Harada railing our friend Laura, we did a report on her before the Tribune reporter. Okay, young, too. I feel bad during pregnancy. This happens, too. Doesn't like things start to taste, smell different and messes. People up. I think I would give up. Just like smell and taste are connected. I don't know. Let's assume they're not. You could still each our favorite meal because you can still taste it. Just because you can't smell it doesn't change. The fact that you could survive. Pizza smell is the one I might give up. Yeah, assuming that we're not connecting them. I know they are. But let's assume, though, that I can still taste But I can't smell that means all the bad smells out there. I never have to smell exactly You know, but I wouldn't know if I smell bad. And then I could be walking around smelling bad all the time. And that Well, that would be an issue. Someone would tell you, but you smell bad. Yeah, but I wouldn't be able to stay up on it so I can support myself. What you gonna do about it? I mean vision hearing. I.
"harada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Then you wouldn't eat us much Do you love to eat? But that's what I'm saying. When you imagine I give up smells that would be mine. Can you imagine, though, going through life and not being able to eat your favorite meal? No way. Yes, I would be so happy. So okay without no, but I would still eat more. I would. I would still die. You just like the comfort of something in your mouth of eating. I like It's not like losing my meeting. Go. Let's not go there now. No, no, Let's go live to go there, 855591103, But you have to give one up there telling you, you know, whatever. In this case, it's lonely would probably give up. Smell. At this point, she probably would say forget about it because their life is ruined now because she's smelling rotting meat. We're rotting meat. Isn't that the way as a result of the Corona virus, my friend that happened to her? Really go eat like some seafood and it smells different on her. She can't even sit there. Harada really our friend Laura, we did a report on her before the Tribune reporter. Okay, young too. I feel bad during pregnancy. This happens She doesn't like things start to taste smell different and it messes people up. I think I would give up. Smell and taste are connected. I don't know. Let's assume they're not. You could still each your favorite meal because you could still tasted just because you can't smell it doesn't change. The fact that you could slice pizza smell is the one I might give up. Yeah, assuming that we're not connecting them. I know they are. But let's assume, though, that I can still taste But I can't smell that means all the bad smells out there. I never have to smell exactly You know, but I wouldn't know if I smell bad. And then I could be walking around smelling bad all the time. And that would be an issue. Someone would tell you, but you smell bad. Yeah, but I wouldn't stay up on it so I can support myself. What you gonna do about it? I mean vision hearing. I.
"harada" Discussed on The For Real For Real Podcast
"So go ahead and do that and shot out to like the NBA who decided to make other arenas poll voting stations. So listen there somewhere that's relatively close to you will. You can go out and vote. So please go ahead and do that in addition to excess your right to vote for those of able body in mind and the had the free. Time also encourage everyone if you can to donate your time and become a poll worker man as you guys have already Kinda said, I'll just echo how important this election is. We don't need any issues where people going up and showing up for polls and then can't get their vote counted because the line is too long because machines default in our because they're being turned away. So if You are of able body and mind highly highly recommend you guys go out there and do what you can't volunteer great organizations out there like power poles that are making it easy to kind of make sure you have the information that's needed to sign up in your local area. So this wasn't a sponsored read or anything like that. So recommend you guys going out and doing that but. We'll be here every week to fight the power with you guys, and hopefully by the time we get men will have some good news because Scott it's been a long year but as always. Thank you guys Harada with us through this episode we'll be back next. Monday. As we are every week in the meantime in between time man, it is up. On Social Media F R F R The podcast. Let's think about the episode. Let us know what you WanNa hear a see people Kinda in our Deanza game every now and again trying to send over topics man so yes, and there's something good man we might actually dive into it on an episode. So keep the comments coming to feedback comment until then piece..
"harada" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This is my bed. Oh, this is my man. Tony Ruff is going to join us is a great story. Told you what they his law farm went up against Governor Cuomo. You don't want to miss that job. Really on this. Ours Will Harada's with us. Eric Trump with us and the legendary law enforcement. Longest serving commissioner in the history of the NYPD. The great Ray Kelly will join us as well. Speaking of spectacular Here comes Debbie, Do him checking out traffic for you on the roads of 7 21, Then am 9 70, the Edsel. Give warning Episcopo. Good morning, Joseph. Ilya Alcatel. Oh, and everybody. Hey, guys, let's go out to the cross County Westbound Right at Midland Avenue, Yonkers. Watch out for an overturned truck there. It's in the express lanes. But you're not moving very well. They're diggin north found as you get up. You're Willis Avenue moving solely with an accident. Just about clear then you're busy right into the cross Bronx. Another accident being clear from that ramp. If we want to take it solely out there. The roads are wet. So be careful traveling. Let's go out to the Seaford Oyster Bay heading North America, the IAEA It's a collision and over on Alice, you get right up towards east in street and we're still seeing some pockets of volume here as you head to the Garden State Parkway north of 1 54 with construction 80 westbound in Patterson. It's an accident being pushed off to the shoulder reign will end later this morning clouds today high of 83 You now know where not to go? I'm Debbie. Do I aim with Joe Piscopo? Am 9 70. The answer, sponsored by Meiko rollout refreshed with Mayko enjoy online estimates in contactless service for easier and safer. Eatin collision repair gets started it Mayko dot com O better get Mayko Hey, Jo on the radio talking about jail, D tax J l d tax. You got to go to jail the tax. You know why? Because you can't you will not be able to deal with the IRS and I know I know, I I remember years ago 2030 years ago, the iris. They came after me for something they ordered Wantedto ordered me and I said to my business manager at the time I got this. I said those I didn't I said I said don't No, No, no, no, I got this is going to be okay. I got this. And so you talk to that day are on forgiving at the IRS. They don't want to hear it. And you could say well. You know, trying to work as hard as they can and hears everything and you could be is honest as you can. They will try to bury you. There is no heart within the Internal Revenue Service. Let me trust me. They're just like another. They're like alien beings. And I say that with respect. Respectfully like aliens. But look, just put all that aside. Don't call the IRS yourself. And by the way, when you see Jersey and New York amount you because they have no idea, please. I'm so mean to make this political, but the States now have no idea how to create revenue and everybody's leaving because it's so mismanaged. So now the tax people are going to come after you. We just called jail detox, please. Look, it's Louise Louise cases from jail. The tax one person old 90 grand Jail D was able to settle it for $5800, another client at J. L. D. Old over. $55,000 jail detects a settle it for three grand total to 1479 25 72..
"harada" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The walkie journal Sentinel Story dated July 3rd. Kathy Flanagan is the writer. The fair is cancelled. But you could get state fair food, So they're calling it the fair food drive through. We're gonna have food vendor station throughout the fairgrounds West counseling corndogs cheese curds. The list is long here. Pork chop sandwich is Island noodles, Waffle chicks, big cheese sweets and treats Gertrude's pretzels. Ricks Pizza funnel kegs. School isn't like through the parking lot. It must be like a like a circuit or something that's away unless you ask people apart. But if you parked in Archer should contribute people gathering in groups. I would think you're defeating the purpose. Yes, I'll have to have to ask my friends over at the state fair what that all means, But so that's going to happen at some point. That's good news. We got a couple calls. Let's go to Anthony quickly. Anthony. Hi. How are you? Good. Well, I always get a craving for Jenny's grotto on Harada and downtown Walker shot Tell me about it. Why is it good? Well, okay, it's ah, deep fried like calzone type thing. They're kind of the original makers of it. It's just something grew up on especially younger year. You know, it's a good one of those, which might be a little heavy on a day like today. You you wrote from Kenosha. All the way to walk a shot for one of these things. No, no, no. This downtown walking shot for they are I'm from watch. Okay, Got it Got it locked and I have to try that. I've never had one of those. Let's let's get James. Into the conversation call from Milwaukee, Hodgins. Yeah. You guys talk about the chicken? I goto ticket save and get Teo get fucking wings or peace or even a whole chicken type of stuff like that. A different varieties and stuff like that Mild still. Then go over to our Delhi there and get the Beatles and stuff like that calls for himself and mix it any which way you were making me hungry, James. With the chicken time. I'll tell you what you need almost a whole bucket away by myself with her, But you think I or a big guy James, How do you fall? I'll tell you A time when you when that's the only thing you're going to meet her in day time, I'll tell you what this call with my weather and stuff. Well, white not middle of day and you feast on that potatoes and calls from the court report topped up cool. Sounds delicious, right, James hanging there with that chicken and thanks for the tip. They're all making me hungry. Well, I You know what? I, um I love chicken tenders from like my local Metro Mart. They're good, but I mean, if I'm really going to crush it, I'm going for KFC. That's that's just the fact that it is It is a different world, a different reality. It's reached the pinnacle of chicken, right. Whatever that is. Chicken Dumb colonel. That's the reason he was a colonel, cause he knew what he was doing with chicken. Uh, I still want to know, but I don't. I don't even know where the closest KFC is to hear. Probably where I went trapping up there for no, No, no, It's over here. And, like 74 that's still 74 blacks identical west. No, not gonna happen. In the old days something I'll send my driver. Yeah, Once you set your driver in the old days, somebody from KFC would have already had chicken in our hands. But with open 19 you can't have shared food anymore. So you can't get a damn Kringle can't get KFC. The world we live in. I'm not sure I'm happy about it. I'm not happy at all. It's the Apocalypse Where the Locusts all right while we look good, So that's something all right, 11 31 late for the news again. Here he is again. Mike's Paul to make me hungry, talking aboutthe Goodness, we're all hungry. Well, news wise. Wisconsin is among 40 states reporting a steep increase in covert 19 cases. This over the holiday weekend states. Positive test rate jumped from 6% Friday, too. 11% on Sunday. The overall caseload in Wisconsin sit now at just under 32,000. The pandemic is also affecting the world of sports in Wisconsin. Both the Brewers and Buck's reporting players or staff members tested positive for the virus. The Brewers, confirming two players tested positive prior to reporting another park last week while the Bucks were forced to close They're training facility over the weekend. They set off for Orlando later on this week is the N BA resumes its season and the White House again rejecting calls for a nationwide a mask wearing mandate. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said on Fox News this morning that the president continues to see the issue as a state to state issue. Time for the W T. M J Drinking Associates Market Update. The Dow is up 330 points at 26,000 won 57. The NASDAQ's up 206 points at 10,000 for 14 while the S and P 500. That's of 14 points at 31 70. W T M J w y dot com Time Saver Trafficking About 90 For Highway 16 to DOWNTOWN Is your standard 18 minute Ride, 41 45 South Found Highway cuter Izu That'll take your 14.
"harada" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Right right in from the northwest then as we get into the work week with a ramp up opportunities for some showers and thunderstorms passed Monday tonight maybe some isolated showers early the upper sixties early Sunday for Monday our stores we afternoon as we get a eighty more for Monday night and then better chances for the match Tuesday yeah you know from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS stay connected and informed with the latest news at the top of every hour then talk about it on talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M. and W. C. B. M. dot com broadcasting from the W. C. B. M. safe retirement solutions studios call rob burrow we four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com twenty first century radio is sponsored by Hieronymus and company now more of twenty first century radio with your hosts doctors Harada miss Saul bass welcome to twenty first century radio I'm doctor so Hariharan amiss lower corners are executive producer and I need a Brockington our engineer in nineteen eighty four I found of the Ruska mansion community health center in Baltimore Maryland which is the largest and oldest freestanding outpatient holistic healing center of its kind on the east coast if not nationally offering options that.
"harada" Discussed on Adjust the Mic Podcast
"About this kind of stuff is that we're in the morning and we just had a serious conversation. I think that's it. I don't know I think there's different talking about here. No some people are more read ritualistic like some people light candles and I don't know if you're that type of your candlelight later well I love candles but not when I do that. I can add you to the candle lighting group. I don't WanNa be a part of that. Okay shout out the Eucalyptus meant so your best porn stars than no bath and body works hand in and it's it's yeah. Is that your favorite kind of candle. Is your favorite stress. Relief Eucalyptus Mint. It's a stress relief. Can you can bring your own candle to the show. Yeah Light It. I have to close to you. Call any of you. Ever had eucalyptus put candle candleholders side just on every I'm gonNA bring one in. I want bring you. Can I love candles and enhance bath and body works episode? Show how I had a lit candle and I was creeper rapist because my candle. Well listen if you come over later. I'm not gonNA have candles lit. Okay time okay. What's your favorite? I haven't had candles lit in my house since I had kids. That would. Yeah that's true. So now it's a glade plug INS glade. Plug in sent well Christmas time. It's always the apple cinnamon or any of those one Macintosh apple but then otherwise. I just go with the clean linen because it's like it's a small one of my kids shit that's called basic white girl Shit. Hey that's what that is. It's essential that covers up. What you these parts of these kids. I have man hike unreal. I'm addicted to Gardenia and jasmine smelling candles. Yeah have a jasmine Bush right outside my front door. Gardenias and jasmine besides smell so good. Can't wait for you know really smell the candles. Don't really smell like him. That much though some of them do yeah. Bath and body works sometimes when they got that three per one. Oh I got a shipment coming today here. I'll share whatever. Sure calling all right. I mean I used to Kathy you. What kind of candle she has when she's reading her Roddick's doors. Oh Harada. Yeah Kathy d like candles when you? What do you think it's Is it is a red. Is it a Red Candle? Is that look a thing like to like literally like have a candle windows? I guess can't look at my email though. A lot of candles look in my emails. A lot of bath and body works pretty much. Go to probably almost any store. It's all she could probably buy a candle in that store. It's all chicken wing places and bath and body works emails. O in death. Wish coffee shot the death. Wish coffee what..
"harada" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast
"Our which really leads into the next thing what is bringing me immense joy that chocolate is bringing me. Immense joy me loves But also what is bringing me? Immense joy is getting into bed at eight PM and and really giving myself offering myself the space to do whatever I want to read a book to meditate to sit to relax to work a little bit. Sometimes you know my work is. I'm so inspired. Sometimes and I'll just sit in my bed and all right. Harada poem or outposts. I'm really this is bringing me immense joy. You know I'm so well rested when I wake up in the morning In Las Lane number by eight what. I'm what I'm enjoying I have a Tom. Tom Delivers all of my fruit. And veg and lots of it is luckily learn especially right now the green beans like the handpicked. The flavors the tastes the textures. That are coming out of these fruit and VEG. They just do not compare to what I've been buying in the store. And I'm so so grateful and I've been going back to my roots and enjoying my veggies smothered in olive oil and lemon. It's what we do. What's that's what we did Growing up in great Greek household. And if you follow me and I'm Jay you'll see you'll see a lot of what eight and I've been sharing this as well. So food is in. My wellness is one of my core values right so food as support for the body and support for energy and vibe cracked. So what I'm enjoying right now is fresh fruit and veg. I hope that was helpful. That was alone inspiring euro to pull some things from that so moving on over the past six months. I've been on a very deep and dock and wild journey that I have dubbed as awakening my feminine and tapping into my sensuality and my sexuality. I have been rewiring my nervous system to respond a new and differently too old habits too old wounding and told conditioning right. I've been learning how to use my voice. My Body right to start and lead my days with pleasure is my God right not hustle and charge riot and I've been honoring my rage. My sadness my anger my joy through using my voice and sensuality practices and.
Why Front's Series C matters
"I'm Alex Wilhelm and once again I have have denny Crichton with me Danny how are you doing. I'm doing awesome. That is that's enthusiasm. You are back in New York. I'm in Providence and I have to say I've I've had enough of this shit. I want some summer but the good news is despite the terrible weather and the time of the year. There is a gazillion things to get to. So I'm going to skip the usual faffing about and jump bright in. I'm going to start the show with front which I need you to explain to me why this particular funding round was such a big deal. Right you'RE GONNA kick off the entire show that so start with why. Hi the Health Care Front. Raise fifty nine million dollars in series C and Here's here's the deal. They didn't have a lead. They had no investors. There no lead V. V. C. WE KNOW Vision Fund. No no sequoia. Although Sequeira did the series B. on they actually lead with a couple of really prominent be to be CEO and founder so lasting Cassia and founder Mike Cannon Brookes octa CEO and Co founder Frederick Harassed Multiplex Co founder and CEO. Ryan Smith Zoom CEO. Eric Yuen. What's interesting here here is is? We're getting to these late. Stage growth rounds at a time when there's more growth money than ever and basically said now we're good we're just gonNA take from really prominent angels. Who all of that exited you know? Kind of startups and. So what's interesting here is twofold one is one the dynamic. VC industry which we can talk about more but to actually kind of the strategy here of front is a B. Two B. Product Arctic. Selling to other kind of B2B startups and so by taking this money from other kind of B. Two B. Sales centered Start founders and see IOS. They're really kind of like buying. I'm from their own customers so to speak right synchronicity. That's connecting the two together. So the fifty nine million dollar round had no lead. VC there was no like Kleiner liner coming in here right in the big check. I'm curious do you think that the disease that previously invested got pro rata in this round or do think it was all just money from these I guess executives turned angels. I think they've got Harada me. I don't think it was in the press. Release that they did but I am sure they did. I'm also not entirely clear that these folks took the entire round. I mean there could have been nate. Twenty or twenty five million dollars slug from around that was announced yama funding from a farm that was announced But nonetheless like the fact that it was positioned this way If you imagine in ten years ago this sort of round first of all wouldn't exist but this ground where we would said Oh a bunch of angels came in late stage. It'd be like well. This company must be doing terribly wrong Novi. ABC was willing to lead the round. Things have changed so much. That founder can literally say God. We got a couple of individuals around at the party. At the craps table they put in fifty nine million bucks. We're going wow unbelievable. They said no to everyone. It's amazing change in time. It is but also I'm kind of embarrassed by the number of people I know on this list. Like I know Frederick a little bit I know Ryan a little but I know Eric a little bit. I think I've met J. I mean I think I need to change industry industries because the the same eight people keep coming up. That's embarrassing to me. I need any new friends. Let's talk about what the company does front is be messaging kind of calms thing. It looks like email works for teams. I'm assuming this is kind of product aimed at customer support customer success kind of groups. Yes affront fronts. Innovation was really for a lot of top companies they have an email like support at techcrunch dot com or press at at Google Dot Com. Which is actually how we reach out to right? And so when that goes into Press Google Dot com on that actually gets centered and moved around the the thousands of people who are in Google Google to figure out how to respond to it. So if he's coming from an ad tech crunch email address like from us he goes to our tech crunch contact if it goes to APEC Asia. Pacific it'll go to someone who's live overnight overnight overseas and so basically thousands of people are accessing the same email inbox and so. Have you ever tried to do your own inbox with g million. No it's basically impossible with one goddamn person on the box. Now you had an hundreds of people all of whom are interacting with the same emails etc and suddenly. It's just a complete mess front. Took that and said Hey. What have we built in box from? Scratch zooming that. There are thousands of people or hundreds of people reading the same tickets reading the same emails. And how can we respond to it. Really really effectively. Huge problem tons of companies have it. They've been super successful. It's only a couple years old and what's interesting is actually the the founders are French It actually has a large Parisian office one founder Laurent Had A decade and enterprise. And then WHO's also female be to be founder of rare breed unfortunately in the industry who CEO up and she. She kind of came out of her master's disagree in two thousand twelve and dived into this and front. So it's a five year. Old Company raised one hundred thirty eight almost one hundred forty million bucks. An insane amount of money ended the speed was raise capitals crazy because their series of ten million was back in May of two thousand sixteen. Then Bam sixty six million early eighteen and then two years later fifty nine million so really. It's pretty frontloaded or backloaded. I'm sorry to kind of where we are in time now. I'm curious to see how much more capital they'll need to scale this to IPO. It's already kind of there. But certainly a lot of star power a lot of customers on this new investment and. I'm kind of curious that this is a trend that will see a flex from companies. That were so hot. We don't even need venture capital all the real stars of our industry the money in It's certainly a new way to approach it absolutely. I think one of the key lessons here at least for me was a company that really figured out product market fit super early on You know if you look at it was founded Five years ago it took two years to build out so uncork. Capital is sort of a firm that argues it focuses on product market fit. They raised three point. One million seed in October two thousand fourteen and then once they sort of got this product market fit. And it's sort of obvious today but looking back in time the idea that there d the SASS product to fix this team oriented email. inbox was sort of not a concept of. Now it's just scaling right it's all sales scaling And so we're seeing the rounds. Get faster and faster. Because they're repeated you you know the sales are repeating assuming the growth is repeating internally. The numbers look great. It's sort of classic SAS business I expect us to see as one hundred millionaire our club as you call it hopefully in the next year or two that there hasn't been announcement around the revenues but I expect it to constitute here about their W. two and a half year over year now has a pretty quickly quickly there probably. I Dunno just guessing. You're twenty thirty million era or somewhere in there and they'll be largest soon enough. Let's talk about the couple world through a different Lens. Though you have been looking at Tau really large funds cutting smaller and smaller Jackson. We're talking about funds at have billions in assets under management writing five seven million dollar checks which seems to make no oh sense. According to the old model of larger funds larger textile works otherwise. They can't really disburse the capital. But that's changing and I want you to tell you why because to fascinating fascinating kind of like nuance about today's venture capital market. Absolutely free front is a great example of this right. So here's a fifty nine million dollar check that no growth stage investor mister. WHO has a billion dollars ready to deploy was able to invest it and so we're seeing once again The largest funds billions of dollars. We had we talked about last week. Show I think we had twenty-one fundraisers that were over five hundred million last year. It was ninety one somewhere in that category so a ton of money deployed and so the idea that you would do early. Stage investments is nuts. Because you can't deploy million dollars a thousand times a year and so the challenges is like. Why are people doing this when I started asking if he sees the answer was well once the the cap tables in the series B and D are out there? They're locked it in a sequeira already in the a benchmarks already in the a founders fund the and they have the capital to deploy in the B A C D E F g all the way through the Sesame Street Alphabet All the way through and so by the time you get to the D. you have no access or in the case of front. No one had access suicide. Basically you have to lock in earlier in earlier and so even if you're the Softbank Vision Fund you WanNa throw four hundred million dollars in series d you have to be in the seed or the series. He's A to start to lock in that Barada to start locking in those early ownership rights. It just gives you more ball control later on because other people are going to kind of knock you out of the way to get around in place and so there's sort of this paradox. Where we're seeing? You know the the largest latest stage funds doing the smallest early stage rows and so that that was a really interesting dynamic that we haven't seen before yeah and the one thing to keep in mind that when I was learning about the BBC World you know maybe a decade ago. Now I was always told that if you couldn't find a new lead investor for the proximate round the next one. It was a very bad signal because it would imply that no one else in the market one to lead your Siri seafood areas to be and having Europe preceding investors. That were leads lead. Your next around was a very bad thing. Now it's entirely flipped on its head because capital is sufficiently unscarred so ample so much flowing around the people want to stay in a company. Preempt preempt that next round they want to lead be and then the as much of the capital to work as they can on a winner to ensure that they can return enough capital to make their large fund contractive enough to raise a second one. So it's a facet of there. Being too much money in the market is certainly a change. Compared to how things used to work it's actually an inversion but it just goes to show how in twenty twenty the way the world works certainly is at least in my experience new. I'm maybe it was like this back in the late. Ninety something but certainly it feels like a new chapter and I presume zoom. Welcome back to what used to be normal when there's less capital around but I don't see that happening for the next eighteen twenty four thirty six months so this this is the way it's going to be Danny presented for the next while.
"harada" Discussed on KOMO
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"harada" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dr Bob Harada, Mus. Got a little bit more. You're listening. Here's my dear friend, pop grim. Bob grim wrote the song about me. And he's just rediscovered it. And he is the guy that paid the bucks. So I could do the Woodstock bus. What went up the Woodstock that, that became world renowned that them back in sixty nine some become bigger right now? So that's sheriff, I don't know why he saw me as God sheriff, but he did. Well, that's right. My boss told me why because I used to put people under citizens arrest when I would see them throwing junk out the window of their car. I didn't just stand there and say, hey, you know, put him under arrest and well anyway, it'd be better get away from that our guest, of course, is Jennifer gale, and it's the return of planet. Cigna, sedna astrology healing. And the awakening of 'cause Mukunda Vini healing arts press. You should get a copy of this book. There is so much in it. We haven't even touched on water. We haven't even said anything about she introduced me to Rustum ROY, which I can't wait to talk to her Lebel much later. I guess and Dr. Sell ru and motifs all about water crystal and good, theor-, friend, Rudolf Steiner. This is some book. It really is. She is well developed in many different ways. Congratulations to you, Jennifer. Thank you very much. All right now. Why are sound and vibration, so important in the process of healing? When I work with vibration, the feedback that I get client. And what I feel myself when I marry. It is that if I gray Shen directly into the conscious round if I've Haas's linear thinking and the logical. The logical left side of the brain, which wants to see think once the compartmentalize things label thing and analyze it, it five passes that tendency Hugh fall into a narrow paralysis found deep. Unlock frozen habit and pattern that keep people three Keating things that we may not want to repeat. So. In two. Those areas and you find yourself responding to it at such a deep level that it is very subtle very subtle in its delivery. But it is profound in its effect. You find yourself changing. And what clients have said, is that when they experience America's Donal world after they had a treatment after they've experienced found. And this is what I have come to call after founded found recording based on their level thing. That's her. So their nails chart and perhaps, you know, any transit or their Sola return, but it's the planetary frequency that are affecting them now. And as they listen what they have found is that Ren they encounter stressful situation. They are responding from a much more centered grounded authentic rate. They don't get knocked off center. They don't you know. No. It have also. Been experienced by client who had headaches, or or physical symptoms. It's mitigated those symptoms. But what I'm describing here for listeners is something that goes e for that is. A more mysterious and. Federal unfolding of their offense ity. I hope that makes sense. It certainly does. And also, you know. I forgotten which Greek philosopher, it was that said, all things are vibration. Do you remember do you remember who that was? I'm. I can't remember myself but really when I learned about absolute zero and what absolute zero does to vibration. But. That is that cold certainly changes things there. However, as you noted in your book there, there's a cold or cold than, than. Nicole that we've experienced, but things don't seem to fall apart out there. These planets gets that cold is that true. I'm not sure I under you're talking about cold. Is that what you're saying? Yes, yes, in when it gets to absolute zero than things stopped vibrating than that or. Then matter falls apart and I've forgotten what, how coal, but the absolute zero really is two hundred and some degrees below zero. Something like that. And that's the reason why I brought that up is because when I heard that when I studied all the Greek philosophers. Some of them said, all things are fire. All things are water. All things are vibration, kind of thing. That's the reason why was poking around in particular area. I'm not sure that I could be intelligently on hold. And what, what you are referring, but I would like to go back if it's okay to the Greek philosophers and upon something I am better acquainted with and not have. Fagor Rian eerie. Oh, yes. Thank god. Yes. Please do. I wanted. This is important in the whole concept of astrology from language that can be used through the meat and experience through the medium found as well as a language that health of unfold integrator authenticity. But what I wanna share with listeners is that a Siberian. Theory states that number in and of itself is implies order. And that is, in fact, what the word cosmos means. So number is in itself. Order it is the language of the universe in number in faith is geometry. Number in time is music. Number in time is a strana me. And. When I when I learned this about, you know, the factory and I the music of fears made so much more sense to me. The. The reason why I am using ended astrologer and love. The principle of sinus medicine and how it connects to nature nature's rhythms and FICO and use the body and the body's organ system as operating in such a way of the planet's two in the heavens. This all makes sense to me. So when I. Pain to realize how. Hit a fag in the number of metaphor. And implies order it implies the refers, I should say to the implicate order of the Cosmo. It made even more sense to me. Why enthrall Aji can be meaningful to our healing journey because of an strana me as I said, before, is a language called most Charlie is a Lang represents the language of the individual place in the cosmos. Pathetic say all things are number. I'm not sure if he well, probably. But I don't know that I've seen quoted says, all things are number, but it makes sense. I mean, the number is the language of the Kaufman, but he also saw number as a metaphor. He didn't. He he did not perceive number as. Rick lee. I don't wanna use the word linear there literal. Let's put it that way. He did her Steve number of metaphor. And this is the way Chinese medicine. Know you this system to heal people when you look at the names of the acupuncture points on the body, they all have poetic names there. So one of the things that may help kinda pull this together is that we have linear and symbolic processes in cognitive. In our cognitive profits. Let's put it that we, we have linear and symbolic. Perception. Hi medicine uses more symbolism. Astrology uses symbolism. The return of sedna is about embracing that symbolic process within us rather than seeing things and perceiving. Our world strictly in black and white strictly duality in separating those complementary forces, we need intellect, but we also need the intuition, and the imaginative processes to balance that intellect. Visit not, you know about women coming back to Tom and hates men. This is about balanced about balance for all men and women if about of embracing the intuitive, spiritual and imagine it imaginative side of our expression of our being. I certainly agree with that. I think that's the key to what's going on, in our world today, because of the I guess, better not get into this, that aspect rather get your perspective on it. Because in our book, we spent four hundred pages on the this particular topic, especially in regards to the, the great damage, that's been done to our planet of, by subordinating. Intuition, which of course, I always think of into issue when I think of women. Certainly, I would certainly part women woman, myself and something many ways. Well, we all were women and men. Jesus wiz. Scared people college. Reveal to us Diani Ma a move. Yes. No, yes, we each to have the feminine and masculine how farts within us. That's right. And some say that we've new reincarnate sometimes you come back as a male or next time, maybe a female that. But that's not necessarily true. But. We do balance that I believe doctor, Bob. I mean when, when you consider that for full who really. Evolve mature into having compassion and respect for all of life. That's so really needs more than one lifetime to have experiences. Experienced being powerful power live, Matthew, Lynn feminine all the different races. We have to. That is the memory that's embedded in our DNA. And that is another part of sedna, by the way, that is important because in Chinese medicine fed knows. Relationship to the water element. The to the kidneys and the urinary bladder in Chinese medicine. And the emotion of fear. But if working to transmute and transformed, the emotion of fear that of love trusting the process of transformation. But speaking going back to the NA the kidney in Chinese medicine, kidneys house. Our ancestral connection, the, the blood route is, you know, that is where the NA live, of course, and we're learning so much more about the information that is stored in our blood, and in our DNA that is another thing that I believe will we will be learning much more about, as we learn more about sedna right now. We're learning that we have to take another break here. Kale return.
"harada" Discussed on Wooden Dojo
"Spend all these hours hilling. These better not kill no of course not just to kill people in cold blood kind kind of monster and these people are victims. They're just innocent victims. I mean <hes> if we if we know that they're from Harada then they were his messengers entrusted busted with Ninja sensitive information and therefore they know what's going on already if they aren't then we need to have a talk with them and convince them in some way to not spread worried well. I'm just GONNA say this. The people that captured them at tortured them were both unashamed of their imperial garb true so if this is a situation situation of of perhaps ill feelings towards Ninja. I think they're going to be more concerned with me and my imperial outfits then you have a point <hes>. Can we get some plain clothes for you at some of a change of clothes I I'm sure I do but while we're.
"harada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To him Harada maybe more backbone than I thought. Remember that devoured for? All right. Well, okay. Give we have a deal. Make the giving final. Kid smoothie with a Bank account. You're pretty shrewd. The compliment. Sure. Made out to cash here. It is. Better told. Ten percent. Today's up to last night. That is including the DOE that you. That you dropped at the table with the galloping Domino's. I said. Pardon me, right here. Another does name. Developing of meeting any black circle Jemaine. Yeah. Pickings to was a good day for both of us when we made a deal. Good.
"harada" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"harada" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Harada Mus. Twenty-first-century radio. I'm Dr O'Hara Khurana snark coordinator is our executive producer and Anita Brockton. Our engineer Joseph Murphy who goes by the moniker of the Murphy star or Murph stir thirty five says of himself that he is quote. A lifelong liberal political junkie being born and raised in Chicago. He is no stranger to bare knuckle politics, he spent twenty years working for United Airlines. Another nine is a fraud prevention expert for large online retailer, he is the author of president evil. The rise of Trump's in the two thousand sixteen primaries and its sequel, president evil to a Claude work orange. Murph stir thirty five is a top recommended writer on the blog, politico dot com. And I welcome him back within Hausa for. He is one of the few people in America who actually listened to Trump's entire campaign year, his every many campaign speeches his current. Outrageous and ongoing defamation and Twitter slanders in libels knowing that Trump if he has mastered nothing else, he has mastered the key to controlling the conversation on any given day repeat ally often enough, and some people might believe it's true. Welcome back. Murph stor. Thanks so much for having me back. How are you? I'm good. And there are so many things to talk about. So why don't we start with the most obvious what I call the unconstitutional and illegal usurpation of the citizens of the states rights by shutting down the government. Yeah. Spiral out of control everybody. Everybody loves to sit there and retrospective blame barn Coulter egging Trump into it. But. I won't recently that for more. I'm sitting Nancy Pelosi actually to shutdown. How so. Last two years. He's punted on the wall. And. Summit meeting in the Oval Office. It got out of control. And. Government eight busters button. To be shutting down the government. Mr president. You shut down the government. You don't have the voice. And that was the Qissa..
"harada" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Any of these mob Harada or any of the other up only scripture. So, but are you are you open to the possibility that that this is very unusual supernatural our existence. However, you think formed and started I mean, it's so complex yet. It seems like there's so much order. I mean, we need the planet to survive we needed to have air and water. It has a where here we're doing what we're doing. I mean, what the heck are we doing? You know, I'm doing this radio show, you're listening. What's it all about Walt? Yeah. I like, I say, George, I, you know, it's it's a wonderful wondrous quest that were on you know, what I mean? Well, let's ask Claude something as the physicists Claude. Will we ever get that answer? Yeah. I think we will. I think it's not that far away. I think that in terms of of the world view that you're caller is describing that is the scientific world view that we are taught in school. It's a materialist view that there's nothing that exists except matter, and you can see it, and you can touch it and obey certain laws, and that's it. And that's what I western sciences. That's that's the picture we have to work with so that only allows material things, but when you start looking deeper, and I think the newer energies, the things like the Corey Gordon David Wilcox have been talking about with the secret space program. For example, the torsion drive there's a good application for torsion right there. A lot of the phenomena that the Russians are studying with torsion. This is another energy. And once you begin. And of course, they also say the torsion is closely connected with PJ with psycho nieces and with all the paranormal phenomena. So so now, you're getting into a new kind of energy that allows things to happen that the old science didn't predict or explain once you begin doing that. Then maybe some other things could happen that you wouldn't expect with the old materialistic view, you could have for example, other planes of existence that are right here. Sure out parallel to ours. But we don't see them. But maybe by a slight shift the frequency or phase. Then suddenly, we could see them if you allow for that. Then you could see how it afterlife as possible. How spirits can be right here. You know, there's there's more in other words to this universe that old materialistic view. And so that's that's all I would suggest lots of examples in my book. I'll things like that. Some of these seance phenomena are just a few eletronic voice phenomena, the George meek developed he was trying to communicate with the afterlife, right? And and claims he succeeded. Well, yeah, he he he knew that the older techniques that use what they call VP. Basically, it's orbs vibrating making some little voices. That's the kind of a low frequency version, but he thought that the higher planes of consciousness would involve higher frequencies up communications. He was up in a radar and the x band gigahertz regime, and he made contact with spirits, and we had these wonderful recorded dialogues between his engineer and a disembodied spirit of a former of physics professor who came through and spoke with with. This engineer at length and told him how to change the value of the resistor to make the device work better. And things like that. So here is intelligence, you know, that's coming from the either. So I think we have to kind of broaden our idea of what's possible. Well, and because I think life is so remarkable you have to conclude that there's something very special about how it was created. This isn't an accident. I mean accidents don't happen so organized, they I I agree and the other part of that of that issue is that we've had help that. It's not just us. You know, the conventional picture is it's just us humans which kind of like, you know, just hairy ape. Just banging rocks together here on this planet. But in fact, we've had an interaction with advanced species like ET exactly for a very long time. And some of them have been interested in helping us to evolve we're kind of a project of theirs end up with this whole business of the shift that coming up here, I've been really interested in I have a theory now for what's going on with this shift. Again, I think it's left handed torsion, which we have we know enhances ability, and he SP, and I think there's a cloud of.
Europe without Merkel
"We're looking at Germany. What Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced her decision to step down as leader of the ruling, Christian Democrats. So all we know entering the post Merckel era. And what might it look like joining me on the line from Berlin is up euro chief there guys on in here in the studio as European editor Ben home die. First of all. What's this a surprise? Mrs Merkel's decision to step down. It was actually a surprise. Everybody was watching very carefully the elections in Hesse, which is one of the states in west Germany. They have elections on Sunday, and the CD you the Christian Democratic Union. Michael's party had been doing incredibly badly in the polls. And on the night. They all said did extremely badly their vote share shrank by eleven percentage points, but they actually scraped through which meant that they were able to stay in power and renew their coalition with the greens. And not even after bring in any coalition party. He's so actually the result was nowhere near as bad as some people had been expecting. I mean, there had been even suggestions that the government might have been voted out of office in that direction. It didn't happen. Now if that eventuality had happened everybody was expecting that Michael would step down. But the fact that the CPU clung to power meant. Indeed, I wrote myself it looked like she dodged the bullet despite that she decided to stand down. And that was the thing that surprised everybody that she squeaked through and Ponzi and squeak through and still she decided to stand down. And yet she's also said she intends or light to stay on as chancellor until twenty twenty one. But at the same time, there's now a contest onto lead the CD you so is her position tenable d think and who's emerging as the front runner for the CD you. Well, everything depends on who is elected party leader. Because there are three candidates who've declared one of them is Michael's anointed to add RS, rather undergrad. Cramped Cowan Bauer who's the current secretary general of the you now she is very much Marcle clone. She's very loyal to the chancellor, and she generally has a similar kind of agenda to her. She's very popular in the party. And she is odds on favor of the moment to win. But there are two others who declared Jens bond, the health minister and free with mounts who is a former head of the parliamentary group, and he is a real ideological industry of Michael's and spun this to now if either spun or Mets win, then all bets are off no one really expense medical to be able to survive as chancellor till two thousand twenty one till the next elections. If either Mansell spun our elected posse leader, it would just be completely impossible combination. She would understand that as well. And there's no way that she would persist in trying to cling onto the job of chancellor if one of. Ideological rivals gets the party leadership say ideological rivals. What are the key splits? Welsh fawn for example, walls, her most ferocious critic during the whole refugee crisis. He really was very outspoken against her sort of liberal policy of keeping Germany's borders open during the crisis, which led to an influx of more than a million migrants as we know mainly from the Middle Eastern North Africa. He's been very very critical of that. He's very very hard line on the fact that these people now have to integrate, and if they don't then they should be kicked out. He's sort of taking a very hotline. So almost like AFDC line alternates of Germany, this all the sort of anti immigration line. Although I must say since he became a minister became health minister in March. He's hot down a bit Matt's. Also, he was always very strongly opposed to Merckel and the way she essentially pushed the party to the left or to the the centre-left of German politics bay. Basically, he represents disgruntled older generation in although he's not so old himself. But he'd represents that sort of group of conservatives women the who have resented the way Mackel has tried to modernize the party. They wanted to return to its conservative roots? Now, Ben, obviously one of the characteristics of the Merckel era is that Germany's become more and more. Evidently, the dominant force inside the European Union. So the rest of Europe will be watching this with considerable interest and perhaps some nervousness. Yes. I mean, once again, European is a sort of bystanders to German domestic politics, which is becoming all too familiar. Pose for the last several years through the eurozone crisis. Of course, you could remember moments of critical decision making that depended on voices and debates like in the Bundestag in Berlin. I'm sure leaders across the continental watching incredibly closely to see what comes out of the CD you leadership contest. And then the stability of the government. If mocal really wants to stay till twenty twenty one it's quite likely that will have lots more instability, particularly within the grand coalition from the SPD. So this may well be a German government that does very little the next three years, which will be bad news for your how bad though, I mean, can you actually cope with a period of stasis where nothing much happens? Yes. It could I suppose I've just been in Paris. And I think there's a very strong French view, for example, that this is actually quite a benign period of relative economic growth. And actually, this is the time precisely the time to fix problems, particularly in the yours in for the next crisis, which may not be not far away. And I suppose the other big threat. Of course, he's the populist insurgency, which is really gaining traction across the continent. And I think certainly the view in Paris is that Europe can't afford to just sit there and do nothing has to move, and it has to respond to try and galvanize citizens behind sort of more pro European position and to try and sort of quell this. Insurgency? But I guess the reality is isn't a guy that even under the pretty pro-european. Centrist, Mrs Merkel, the German government had been pretty disappointing as far as the French concerned in responding to some of these more ambitious plans for European integration. Yes. Absolutely. I mean, I think one of the big surprises in a way has been the performance of Schultz. The finance minister here when the coalition treaty was hammered out between the city and the PD in February March that was a very strong European chat to that. Which was basically written by the Fulmer SPD leader Martin Schulz who was himself a former president of the European parliament. It was incredibly strongly pro European very idealistic really sort of buying into the whole macro Mian vision of reform and what's happened since. Then obviously, it was Martin Schulz was kicked out and the currently does, AVI. SP a Turkey not interested in European. Reform more yours and reform all of Schultz's just down to be sort of pale imitation of Wolfgang showing blah in fact, lacking showing blows vision of European integration. So he's been a big disappointment for those who are really hoping that the new German Grand coalition would respond to microns of reform proposals in a positive way. So if anything I suspect, then Ben a new Germany would become actually more introverted because the best you could hope for its continuity from European point of view with a look alike, but if it were spun type figure, you would have a headset used what nationalistic, but a more conservative, more, Germany. I approach I think that's probably right. I mean angular mogul has been chancellor for thirteen years. She's a set at Europe's top table for that long. And even though she has a self been incredibly cautious and conservative in the way that she's handled a lot of European questions. She does have a very strong kind of European. Instinct and sensibility, which perhaps successes won't have to agree that possibly the next chancellor is going to be less pro European than angular Merckel. I suppose the thing that we have to remember though, is that they're not going to be that Euro-sceptic Germany is still a pro European country. It's still very much in Germany's national interests to want to strong Europe. And I don't see us Manipur from the far, right? Fringe with the rise of alternative for Deutschland. Which by the way, looks like it might be plateauing anyway in public support. I don't see a huge shift to the right on the big European question in Germany, and I guess the irony is that even if Germany is losing some of its traditional europhilia, it's never been more powerful in Europe and more central to what's happening inside the and that will only be essentially with Brexit. Oh, that's certainly true, especially with Italy locked in a showdown with Brussels and other Member States and intentions with the east Spain, which seems to. To be fairly politically weak and Britain. Obviously leaving the big question is whether Emmanuel Macron can recover popularity in France, and whether he can bring his reforms to bear to convince Germany and convince public opinion on political opinion in Germany that reform is for real. And therefore, you know, Germany should take his ideas for your zone reform, for example, more seriously and finally guy I mean, maybe it's a little bit too soon to be writing the victories for the mobile era. But what do you think she will be remembered for him and she's been in power long time? I think essentially she'll be remembered for many things I mean, it's interesting when people sort of looked back they look at the great chance of Germany's postwar history people like Konrad Adenauer who really anchored Germany in the western lines helmet Kohl who achieved German reunification, and it's interesting. You know, she's been chancellor for thirteen years. And when you ask people, so what is she going to be remembered for people? Struggled to come up with announcer. And the funny thing is that a lot of people think it and Haman Han than say, the refugee crisis and actually that in a way might be a lasting legacy. I mean, I think she would resent that because it wasn't a hit finest hour. But I think in many ways the fact that she stood up for the idea of open borders for the idea of humanitarianism and for the liberal world order in a way in her response to that crisis. I think that says a lot about her. And I think also says a lot about how she changed Germany because I think that approach would never have happened before she had become chancellor, the German response to the refugee crisis. Will I think be remembered in decades to come as an extraordinary moment in recent European history and Harada was absolutely critical.