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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

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03:58 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Well, thank you, doctor. I mean, it's just amazing. I mean, I always listen to you and try to get as much from me and as possible. I need some amazing because the fact is you don't think about it, but it has been almost like a selling tool. I mean, everything is sexualized in a way to get your attention somehow somewhere, whether it's products or stuff and now you got all these sites and you got all this stuff and it's an industry. It's on its own. And there's so much stuff going on. And so on the flip side of that, I mean, the other question I would have is what motivates people sometimes to get into your feed that stuff into yours. We're talking about some valuable stuff and they just hit us with a chat about it. What do you do with them? I mean, it's like ignore them, obviously, but it's amazing how some people don't have just basically automate these things and they just go, I mean, you see them on comments all the time. Like you get somebody that just crashes on your feed and put some nasty comments or pictures or whatever it is. I mean, it's just amazing. Yeah. So as you know, success in what we're doing right now is measured in the number of hits. And there are a number of ways that you can get hit. And one of the fastest ways is to put up an image or a few words that will entice people just to click on you and then you've got your number going up. Yeah, yeah. And what you've done hurricane is you've actually taken that and you've made it part of this show so that we can have a discussion so that thousands of people can think about this so that the next time they are on a screen, they can go, you know what, maybe I should go work on my relationship a bit more. And that's how I will improve my life. Because it has to do with being here in life for the long run. Not just the next three minutes or the next hour or so. But to make sure that life is improving step by step, each particular day. And that takes a lot of effort, but the rewards hurricane. The rewards are fantastic. Long-term rewards, I would say. Long-term rewards. That's exactly right. Well, thank you, doctor.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

03:55 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Were here live and then that's what came on watch out. I just didn't want to display it. So what's that? In terms of the psychiatry of it, I mean, it's almost like an art right now or science. Well, I don't know if it's a pandemic itself. I don't know. Yeah, so you basically asking why is why is our culture so sexualized? And media so sexualized. And solicitation. Yeah, yeah, it's solicitations. Okay, so all right, so in psychiatry, I've got to go back to Sigmund Freud and look, there are a lot of things that Freud talked about that we just don't believe anymore. But one thing he articulated that has standard firm, okay? And that is that we are motivated by things that are unconscious inside us. And here he articulated that two of the main things that we are driven by is aggression. And so this is, you look at a whole lot of movies, you know, you look at the westerns, you look at the adventure movies, you look at the sci-fi movies, a lot of violence. In some sort of form, and the other thing he said was sex. Now, when he said sex, he also meant creativity and love, but it is very basic in our nature to express our sexuality. And we are all sexual beings. And we all have to come to terms with our sexuality. The thing about that is that if you just put up a sexual image or a sexual word, the brain, the so we're talking about the articulator, the reticular activating system in the brainstem. One of its programs is to notice sexual imagery, because it is something that we respond to on a very deep brainstem level. And so it will catch our attention very, very quickly. And the media social media is full of that because it is so immediate and it can capture our attention.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

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04:16 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"It's so wonderful to be living with somebody who you think you know well, and then they bring up something and you go, oh, I don't understand that. And then you listen and you listen to the whole background of what it really is they've brought up. And it brings you into a whole new world and you feel closer to that person. And you haven't done anything. You've just listened and accepted that person the way that they are, which is quite amazing. But it can be hard to do. Well, listen, listen, is a tool as a technique that's used in business. It's using sales. A lot of stuff. You got to listen. And I'm talking not just here. You got to really pay attention. Active listening, right? And I think that's sometimes if you speak too fast or you just jump into conclusions before you get the whole scope of the story, I think that's what causes challenge. And then it just escalates and told her before you were there. That's right. And I will say that on Amazon, I have a book on listening. It's a very small book, but it's particularly for relationships, but as you said, it's also useful for business because listening is a skill, which means you've got to practice it. It's like playing the piano or dribbling in soccer. It doesn't come easy. You've actually got to practice it. And once you practice it, you get the benefits of what listening actually is. It's not just the knowledge. Well, thank you. Doctor, you mentioned something that we've touched on also in the past, which is the fact that we watch TV that we are on the social media and stuff and spend more time there than with the real relationships that we have. And I think that's for your significant other, as well as your family, sometimes your Friends. I mean, I've seen people in restaurants and they don't even talk to each other.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

04:42 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Start dating somebody new, you've got to look good so you need to wardrobe, okay? You need makeup. You need shoes, okay? You've got to go to restaurants. You've got to impress, which means gifts and everything. Whereas a content couple, they actually go out less, they actually spend less on their clothing. And they have other things going on in their mind, like a mortgage rather than dating. So they will actually put money into the mortgage rather than going out on a date night every so often. So unfortunately, there's an inverse relationship between consumerism and longevity of relationships. But that's a very long bow, okay? We need a lot of science behind that. Still, people can make their own decisions hurricane, which is what I, as a psychiatrist, always encourage. Well, thank you, doctor. And it's amazing when you talked about I mean, it's so true when you said about the idea I love that rooster man. He's on that the rooster is a guest also. It's all good. But so are you for you right now? I want to be where you are. I'm sure nature is beautiful there. Oh, that's right. The reason is that Valentine's Day is coming up. There's a happy dude. So, you know, it's truly what you stated about the idea of no relationship is easy. And you know, people always have different arguments and so on and so forth. This is how you go about it. Then, you know, it's funny because when I watch these shows on their ships and they call the marriage happy manager, forgot what they call them now. But it's about marriage. Love and marriage. I think that's what they go by. And they ask the older group, or I would say the ones that have been married the longest, and typically the male will say, just she's always right. So and you know, what that indicates not because she's always right. I think the approach is that, okay, I'm not going to argue. And I think that that makes it a lot easier I think the problem is when European versus mine and I'm an Al fayed alpha and we all both go head to head to it. That's not going to work.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

05:02 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Being single and the benefits of being in good relationship and perhaps we're starting to move towards, you know what? Relationships are hard work because even if you're a good relationship, it's hard work. But the benefits are worth it. And in fact, the meaning of life may be found in a relationship. So Samantha, there's a whole lot of different reasons for divorce rates being high. And it does differ across the world. In different countries, although the overall trend has been for divorces to go. Up. But for example, we value marriage in gay couples now, all right? More than 30 countries in the world have acknowledge this, which means that we are starting to value relationships. Just that little bit more. So there's always hope. And the hope is that we will value our relationships. Thank you, Doug. So I just want to add something. Well, to ask and add just a little comment that came to my mind. So historically, I've seen, I mean, I travel a lot and one of the things that I've seen especially in cruise is a lot of seniors that are literally married for 50 plus. I've seen even over 60 years that are in a relationship. And they seem to be happy, and they made it. I mean, at the end, they're 60 years or 6 years. Multiple lifetimes and they've made it. And that's awesome. But is there any correlation to the way we live today? For example, if you look at the early 1900s or even prior centuries, there was no real dating as we have it today. It takes like that. You could not possibly be accepted when you actually get out of the house and just meet the other party and just have your own life before marriage, right before you have some sort of an official, I guess, engagement, and so on and so forth, families approval.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

04:07 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Own lives for that egg, where gorillas will risk their lives for their troop, where female kangaroos will put up with heavy joeys in their in their pouch all the time. Where human parents will put up with toddlers having tantrums and becoming teenagers and basically sacrifice a lot of their lives for the sake of children and we all do this. This is part of our innate nature as well. So to balance our analysis, we have altruism which gets expressed in love for each other. So that's amazing. I mean, we have both, I guess, elements. It's just a matter of where do you balance it? But that's the hard part. Balancing is always going to be the hard part. And again, it depends on circumstances that people go one way or the other. And there's got to be a middle ground that I think that's the hard one where everybody needs to somehow wind up. So again, I don't know if there's a tool that in psychiatry that's used to maneuver and kind of guide people towards the middle ground. I don't know if that's even a possibility. Okay, now you're talking about things that we have put in the book that we're coming out with. And the way to look at it is this way in any relationship that you have. Let's say partners, two people together, right? Altruism is the things that you do for the other person and it preserves the relationship. But selfishness are the things that you do to preserve yourself in that relationship because if we didn't take care of ourselves in the relationship, then another person can kind of take over, right? So to have an equal relationship, you have to be yourself to match another person. So that in a way is the balance between selfishness and altruism, expressed in a relationship. And that can go for any relationship, parent child, friendship, mentoring relationships, work relationships and more.

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

04:51 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"I think we spent almost half hour on the topic, which is good, but are we ready for the next one? We're ready for the next one, hurricanes. This is, I think this is going to be like one of the key questions you probably answered all the time. And it's very simple. But what is narcissism? And how to deal with a narcissist, Jack, New York City. Jack. All right, narcissism is one of those buzzwords today and what I believe about that is there are a lot of people that get very hurt in relationships. And when somebody selfishly wants what they want, they tend to get labeled as a narcissist and how do we deal with narcissism. And look, Jack, it grieves me how much heard there is out there, particularly in relationships, but let's unpack narcissism a little bit, all right? This is going to be very unpopular when I'm about to say hurricane. Unfortunately, it's the case. So we all know that we exist. And the brain actually organizes the whole world around our individual existence. So that actually means that even for the sake of survival, we are all by nature, selfish. Now, Jack, what I'm saying here is that there's a part of us where we're all narcissists, right? Well, I think there's validated. I mean, I think everybody wants to be listening is probably can agree to that extent to a degree. It's just how we behave about it. I think that's the difference. That's true. That's true. That's exactly right. It depends on how we handle it. Now let me go to the other end of the spectrum for Jack and talk about a scientific validated psychiatric diagnosis that's called narcissism or narcissistic personality disorder. And this is a personality that is characterized by grandiosity being special to other people or thinking that your special to other people, selfishness, arrogance, and basically all the things that we know come together in what we call narcissism, right? And the question is, when does somebody become an actual narcissist? So according to the DSM, which is like the psychiatric Bible of diagnoses, it's when your life goes badly because of your narcissism, all right? So let's take a lawyer who's a great lawyer who does fantastic work as earning a lot of money, all right? And can be a bit offhand with people around, put people off. But that person is not a narcissist if they are functioning well. Okay? However, if this person becomes a judge and thinks that they're the center of the universe and puts people down and their wife and children don't speak to them anymore because of their attitudes, then that person's function is going down, all right? And so that person may seek help and get the label of being a narcissist.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

05:15 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"So it is part of the fabric of science to not see God as the answer. But psychologically, and this is answering Mike, this has led to a situation where it's almost expected that scientists do not have a faith. And of course, that just isn't true. Francis Collins, for example, is a great faith. And a lot of scientists do. Now I'm going to turn to Aldous Huxley, who in the 1940s made a choice for atheism personally because it meant that he could enjoy things in life without taking responsibility for them, okay? Because the disadvantage if you like about having a faith in a Supernatural being is that you believe that you are answerable to something outside yourself. Whereas in atheism, you are answerable to yourself. And to be able to take that responsibility and move forward, we get into a whole question as to maybe the culture that we are living in at the moment is still sitting on the foundation of basically faith based systems rather than science. And we're moving towards science. So maybe I'm packing too much here, hurricane. No, no, no. Thank you. I mean, it's deep. I mean, we can spend a whole hour more on this topic. I mean, there's always that. And again, I mean, at the end of the day, I think you said it best is that the fact is when you do believe in the almighty and the higher being power Goddard depending which believe, I mean, I think we all agree of the one nature of it as being the creator. And then the rest of it is how we call our creator that varies from religious to the other. But the idea is if you do commit, then now you have to commit to all the rules and regulations that come with it. As a humans, we'd rather be free release and do that. In the belief systems or at least a major religious, you have the free will to pick and choose how you want to live. The problem is the question always remains in religion. Well, you're all going to die where you're going to go from there. And that's the question. No one has been able to answer. And just to bridge science and religion a little bit, I want to go to Einstein's belief in God, because Einstein believed that God exists, but he believed in it okay, so he explained it as Barack spinoza's God. So a God that exists, but is not personified, is more the sum total of all the energy of all of us together. So that we all are an expression of the part of God, be it an energy or a overriding force. And we all contribute to it as well. So rather than there being a rules and regulations as in the major faith assistance, he saw that our whole experience of life adds to the expression of this grand thing that we call God. It's amazing. I'm listening to you, but it almost sounds the opposite of how it is stated in the main belief systems.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

03:10 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"And I don't think that debates in religion because I think even religion can determine some of that to an extent. Depending on how deep you go. And so there's that. And again, the soul, many, from the Greeks, back in the time, I mean, they had what they refer to as the ghost in the machine, for example, which was, yes. Who is running this vehicle? Do you have a Tod that we look at today? Yes. And I think that's really who's potentially experienced in this life. I mean, it's nothing different from when we dream, for example, right? I mean, you are technically out of this shell, but you have a shell. I mean, you do see yourself in a different vehicle or a body. And you have interactions. I mean, again, I don't want to get into that one, but I just intrigued him. Since I have you right now, maybe. What is this? What is that part of it? I mean, how do we kind of compare this to life? You feel alive in those dreams. Yes, you do. You do. Okay, so I am going to get into it a little bit because some thinkers have said something about this. And it goes a little bit further into answering Mike's question about the psychology of disbelief, okay? Because when we dream, you feel that you were in another world that you actually experienced things that you have gone on some sort of a journey. And from the scientific point of view, we do not understand why we dream. But we can explain dreams under different frameworks. However, when you get a preeminent cosmologist by the name of Martin Rees in 2004, he wrote a book 6 little numbers. And what he said in that book was the idea of this being a random accident where these amazing numbers that are relevant to each of our lives just fit so that life can actually exist. It's a bit like standing in front of a firing squad of 21 people and they're all loaded and they all miss and they try three times. We need a better explanation than just saying it's random. So he said, so either God exists or we are part of a multiverse. And as a scientist, I'm on the side of the multiverse. Now as a bit disappointed in that, because as a scientist, I believe the thing that he should have said was we are either part of a multiverse or God exists, and as a scientist, I want to see which one comes out on top eventually. So what I'm pointing to there is a bit of the psychology of disbelief. There's a psychology embedded in science and I'll explain that in a sec that basically is God is not allowed to be the answer. Now the reason for that and we go back to the 17th century early 18th century and we're talking about the royal society in London where the scientists say that, hey, we're going to discover this world and one of the ways that we're going to discover this world is to make sure that because God wanted it is not the answer. We have to look beyond that, otherwise we will not learn anything about

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

05:10 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"And one way of looking at it is if there are 8 billion people in the world, the idea of science is things that we can all agree on. We all agree that there is a son we all agree that this and that, okay? Faith based belief, there are probably ten or 12 major systems based belief. But when it comes to subjective opinions, there are 8 billion different subjective opinions. And these all overlap and in a way you were talking about that area between science and faith based beliefs. And yes, things are not neatly in three categories. There is an overlap between each one. And I'm going to relay personal experience to sort of just illustrate this. So we lost our mother just a few months ago. And my father, this is life. And my father keeps asking the question, where is she? Where is her soul? So here's a belief in the soul, and he's very disappointed that science has not understood what the soul is, and nobody can scientifically tell him what a soul is. And the reason for that is assault, if it exists, exists in the area of faith based belief. So outside of the here and now phenomenological world that we're a part of. And so the idea that we all have a common belief is in a sense true too, because if we go to a place like Jung's archetypes, now Jung was a psychiatrist of the early 20th century that said, there is something in the stories of all of humankind that is pointing to something really fundamental. So the idea of a father or a mother or a child, this is fundamental to humankind and it's not just got to do with reproduction. It's got to do with the meaning of life. But to cross that, I have to cross from science into faith based belief as to what that meaning actually is. And yet we all get to develop our own meaning of life too. And that's where the 8 billion different opinions of what belief is becomes very important because each of our individual lives

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

05:19 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"However, when we're talking about God and afterlife or different aspects of God, a Hindu aspect of gods or the Muslim aspect or the Christian aspect, we're talking about things that we can't see. So the word belief is a different meaning there. And you can actually believe in science and have your own faith belief. So there are plenty of scientists that are atheists, which is a belief system. There are plenty of scientists that are Christians, Muslims, Hindu, and so forth. Because they're two separate worlds. And then there's the world that I work in hurricane. This is the world of psychiatry, and we're working with beliefs, but these are subjective beliefs, beliefs that are only worthwhile to the person themselves. So in my practice, I've come a lot of come across a lot of people who say to me, I am nothing but a worthless piece of crap. Now, I know that sounds strange and it's negative, but people believe this. So the same word belief comes up. And so if you believe that one side of politics should be in or not, again, you're not looking at evidence and you're not looking at anything to do with a world outside of our material world, you're looking at a subjective world as to what your opinions are. So the first thing I'm saying to Mike is that there are three different ideas of what the word belief means. And so we don't actually need to have a debate about science versus religion because science and religion coexist and they actually pertain to different worlds. Science is this material world, religion has to do with a belief system about a world we can not see or experience. So Mike, you can quite happily believe what you want in those areas. The science is there to build up what we call a common belief in the material world. So that we have a language and we understand each other, it's in the belief of an afterlife where there's less agreement and in the world of opinions, there's even less opinion. There's even less agreement because we all have our own beliefs. I hope that goes a little bit to the way of explaining some of the things that Mike might have been talking about. I mean, I'm assuming it does. I mean, it's a lot, it's a big subject. But I do have some comments today just to that. Sure, yeah, yeah. Again, we live in a world of over I think we're just hit over 8 billion people or something.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

03:45 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Can also call the number that's on your screen. That's also available, or you can just put your questions right now and we do have some questions that we're going to start to show up. So again, it is live. This is the opportunity to talk to an expert in the psychiatry world. And you don't get always to do that. A lot of people may not want to go and ask because it just what it is, but we have him here and he does this and he's really dedicated and time and an hour to do this for you. And we've had great shows, great answers over the last two years already, I think. We're like season three, really. I mean, you know, so it is happening. So please feel free to join us. Again, call 732-332-8493. And we're here for you. Now, that being said, doctor, welcome, welcome, welcome, as always. So we're going to have diversified questions I have a bunch of them, but we also will talk January, February's known to be Valentine's month and there's love in the end that kind of thing. But I do have one question and we can talk about that also. I know you're working on a book about all that relationship stuff so we can maybe touch on that. So I'll start with the first question, which has nothing to do with love. Maybe it does, I don't know. So the first question states what is the psychological take on religious disbelief knowing that the majority of people have some sort of faith base how does a person's psyche work to determine the unseen and the non material world, Mike LA? Okay, so Mike, what a great question. And I actually like the way that Mike phrase that question. So what's the psychology of disbelief rather than the psychology of belief? So Mike stance is sort of saying, okay, let's take the given, which is with the majority.

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"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

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02:05 min | Last week

"heim" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

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Escobar homers again, Carrasco pitches Mets past Rangers 4-1

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00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Escobar homers again, Carrasco pitches Mets past Rangers 4-1

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Calhoun 2 HRs, Pérez wins 7th straight as Rangers beat Mets

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00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Calhoun 2 HRs, Pérez wins 7th straight as Rangers beat Mets

"Cole Calhoun blasted two home runs and drove in four as the rangers came from behind and ran by the mets by the final score of 7 to three Calhoun hit a three run shot which was the first to back to back long balls in the second frame as Texas catcher Jonah heim followed with a solo Homer to the right field upper deck Calhoun then hit a solo shot of his own to left field to extend the rangers lead in the fourth Felt good Felt good Want to swallow game you know And gave martini a little bit of breathing room and go out there and do a saying like he has all your text to order more team Perez picked up his 7 victory Starling Martin Eduardo Escobar Homer for the mets who have dropped 6 out of the last ten Mike Moriarty New

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"heim" Discussed on Coming Home

Coming Home

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"heim" Discussed on Coming Home

"The government built this spring house and my parents stayed there deliver literature meaningful property. Initially i believe it was actually a commission house that we rented repaid cheaper in and then ease of mom and dad working in saving up. We folly border you office time. This is coming heim where we follow the stories of three women from childhood through young adult hood to their experiences of homelessness. And how they eventually found hype and safety and a place to call highland coming high. We'll show how women's homelessness looks different from men's will examine the systemic drivers that laid to women becoming harmless the gender inequalities women's economic disadvantage and family violence and the profit driven australian housing system. That can no longer provide enough.

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"heim" Discussed on Coming Home

Coming Home

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"heim" Discussed on Coming Home

"There. Little things settled notice. And i thought what that's compared to when you baby nuts. Nothing we pretty much kicked off straightaway away. We're got engaged six months later and got married in europe or of just fell into a mold and was molded. This is coming heim where we follow the stories of three women from childhood three young adult hood to their experiences of homelessness and how they eventually found and safety and a place to call hyme coming heim. We'll show how women's homelessness looks different from men's will examine the systemic drivers that laid to women becoming homeless the gender inequalities women's economic disadvantage and family violence and the profit-driven australian housing system that can no longer provide enough affordable..

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"heim" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"heim" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"As a whole completely different experience and you know cast as you know a lot of french. Fashion houses are actually shaved their customers when they're looking for vintage pieces for inspiration. And that's actually how i learned about it from my dear friend and former neighbor irene. Heim meal who is a fashion historian. Who married her region and now works at low so very special shadow. Thank you to you. I mean for all of your paris recommendations rain also as a side note for anyone visiting a future. Two sisters a little word of caution that we should to our travelers that were with us there as well. You know look who's was used to be very well known in the past for pickpockets and things have gotten infinitely better in recent years. We've definitely did not have any incidents at the flea market but just something to keep in mind when you go there that you need to be visual about your bags your belongings your wallets etcetera. So we want everyone travel to trust was started. I don't know about you. But i'm exhausted from the shopping. That does it for us today. May consider adding additional wardrobe items from your local flea market. Next time you get dressed.

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The MacKenzie Family Murders

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 1 year ago

The MacKenzie Family Murders

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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"heim" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"heim" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"So i think we. Actually everybody's like mainly i got to lead. Who's the first person to bus. Your ass remember my rookie year you did. I do remember us. So i i was hurt. I missed the first twelve game. He came back. I got school is fab- reserve would suck and to give davis. Had mutable had me on a bench in two minutes. And he told me what he was gonna do i will. I'll give you two thousand real quick. And i went for the same same. If you ain't the only one not everyone yoyo live on. Location men. The black one chilling orlando as we always We get back on road again but you know. At and t. keeping us connected with them tiles right. Now we've gone all the way out each league onto chan we've gone and we got the king candidate coming. Abbas heim is maggie. Rep it to the fullest. It's alleged in his own right. Y'all should know what's going on wooden because he wanted them people in lead. The health issues held them back. But we hit. Let's all know and tell his story. Big one wagner bro. We appreciate you coming on. Man took us through. Talk about what you man like. I know 'cause. I was there when you first got to the league and you know you michaud i will gains you really practice. Do do a whole lot of anything but when they played you.

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Jacob Roloff Says He Was Molested by Former Little People, Big World Producer

Mojo In The Morning

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Jacob Roloff Says He Was Molested by Former Little People, Big World Producer

"People big world star roloff says he was sexually abused by a producer of the popular. Tlc reality show off. Is the youngest child of amy and matt roloff who both have dwarfism. The premise heim the show in a lengthy instagram post. This week jake. Roloff claimed that he was molested by former producer. Chris carter mom wall taping the show with his family. He is now twenty three years old. He wrote quote. It is often much to think about things than it is to talk about them. And so this disclosure been delayed. But through that delay i have found the fortitude and words as a child after what i realized now a long grooming process i was molested by an executive field producer for little people. Big world and jake said he didn't want to share details of the encounters. He would only say that he hopes this man is never allowed. children Never allowed around children again. Excuse me tlc. I know made a statement yesterday. They said they just learned of these alleged encounters It is a third party connected to the production of little people big world. They said they are cooperating with authorities and are saddened and troubled by the very serious allegation.

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Why young people sued the U.S. government over climate change

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Why young people sued the U.S. government over climate change

"People today will be living with the effects of climate change for decades to come. Some such as thirteen year old Levi drama Florida have watched their hometowns flood as sees rise. Others like nineteen year old Jimmy Butler of Arizona have experienced water shortages and those young people deserve presentation to stand up against the systems there imperilling their future. Julia Olsen is a lawyer representing dre Heim, Butler and more than a dozen other young plaintiffs five years ago they filed a lawsuit against the US government asserting that it had violated their rights by permitting and supporting the burning of fossil fuels which drives climate change. Since then the case has been making its way through the courts, it was most recently dealt a major blow when a federal appeals court dismissed it. Also, Menor team are in the process of appealing that decision, but she says despite the setback, the cases given the youth, a public platform to explain what's happening to them personally and what that means for their lives, and though she's hopeful, her plaintiffs will ultimately succeeding court. She says, they've already helped to ignite the growing climate movement.

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Intel announces its new 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs

The Vergecast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Intel announces its new 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs

"Start with Intel Heim. Today. Explain to you why they made their new logo in Microsoft word. The new logo is the future and the fact that it looks like it was made Microsoft word can only lead me to assume that Intel believes that Microsoft Word is the future of computing. It's not it's not a coincidence that that the the only real performance metric they gave the tiger late chips was that it does office productivity like twenty percent better than the tension stuff. This 'cause Microsoft. Word is the key a love it. That was really the metric that was the metric. The metric they gave is that it is twenty percent faster speeds on day to day office productivity and a twenty percent increase in system level power where there to. Metrics on the processor side, they are excited about the graphics than the processor, right. So walk us through Eleventh Jen Tiger link. All right. So Eleven Jen Tiger Lake this is you know the the classic Intel Tick Tock Mechanism last year they jumped to architecture they were they finally released their ten chips and this this is the refinement of that the announced actually end their last earnings call that they're not hit seven nanometer for at least another year plus. That's delayed. So this is a refined of version of last year stuff but Intel's hyping this up as a very big jump forward, and one of the reasons that they're doing that is that they're finally rolling out their new Z. Graphics, which are Intel's really big graphics push for the first time in a very long time it's going to start rolling out there doing dedicated GPA's and external gps, which is the thing that they haven't done for a very long time slash ever depending on what you count like one weird project from Weill. Back. But this is this is you know the first wave of that it's the integrated graphics. This is actually the worst of all their stuff. They have much more powerful stuff on their roadmap, but they're promising like big stuff. They're claiming that you know it'll run a bunch of like triple a games at ten P. on an ultra book which is impressive if it works which will have to see but yeah, that's that's Sort of where they're they're starting from is you know they're they're claiming to exa better graphics and that's sort of the base point.

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Look, I Made a Hat! (Stephen Sondheim)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Look, I Made a Hat! (Stephen Sondheim)

"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies and Gents, and whoever who? what I lost my train of vodka. Feed Trivia Quiz Yeah like Trivia. Teams in Trivia. Listened this podcast. We are hosts I'm Lauren Julia. Yeah when you. Layered half to oh, God. We've been doing this for like almost three years now. I know it's kind of amazing. So good that we're both organized. People are else. This would not have happened for as long as. Know. Basically doing a book report every week for three years. Who knew that we loved book reports so much, so we decided to like a side hobby. So speaking of book reports actually mine is a pretty today my topic is. As Book Report he is. It's GONNA get for the most part this weekend next and my next topic the week after next I think is going to be very very like middle school. This is my. This is my report on so and so. But. Today I decided to do a little a little something different for all Lt. I've I'm expanding my my my mind and my different areas, and like going back in time to where where I was like where I wasn't high school, and what my where my interest lied, so. Today my topic is going to be on Sondheim. is to make. DIS lunch everybody La. So. Caveat. About Sante time. Your girl Lauren is recovering musical theater nerd. I cannot sing which I think. Where a lot of my resentment lies about musical theater, so I used to be super musical theater, and then I was not, and I am to this day like very uncomfortable with musicals, so I am not super familiar with Sondheim like the nitty gritty about it so I will not be. You know giving you personal stories about things, but I will say son. Heim has been involved with both one of my favorite musicals and my most hated musical, the musical I hate more than anything in the whole wide World Flint. Let's just get into it. Shall we please? Stephen Joshua Sondheim was born march twenty, second, nineteen thirty. He is still alive. He's ninety this year. Yep and we'll talk about that in a minute, but He was born into a Jewish family in new. York City the son of Janet and Herbert Sondheim. His father manufactured dresses designed by his mother. and. The composer grew up on the upper west side of Manhattan and after his parents divorced on a farm near Doylestown Pennsylvania so he was an only child of well-to-do parents, and he lived in the San. Remo on Central Park West and was described in Merrill. seacrest biography, which is called Stephen Sondheim a life. He was an isolated, emotionally neglected child. Perfect for. Perfect for musical theatre Yep he traces his interest in theater to warm for May, which was a broadway musical. He saw when he was nine quote. The curtain went up and reveal the piano. sondheim recalled a Butler to the duster and brushed it up tinkling the keys. I thought that was thrilling. He attended the New York. Military Academy and George School, which was a private quaker preparatory school in Bucks County Pennsylvania. When Sondheim was ten years old, his father already, a distant figure had left his mother for another woman. Herbert sought custody of Steven, but was unsuccessful. sondheim explained it biographer secrets that he was what they called an institutionalized child, meaning one who had no contact with any kind of family. You're in though its luxurious, you're in an environment that supplies you with everything, but human contact, no brothers and sisters, no parents, and yet plenty to eat and friends to play with and a warm bed, you know. SONDHEIM detested his mother, who is said to be psychologically abusive and projected her anger from her failed marriage onto her son. He said when my father left her. She substituted me for him and she used me the way she used him to. Come onto and berate. beat up on. You see what she did for five years is treat me like dirt, but come on to me at the same time. She wants wrote him a letter I know. She wants wrote him a letter, saying that the quote only regrets, she ever had was giving him birth.

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Mental Health First Aid In Lockdown

Mentally Yours

07:44 min | 3 years ago

Mental Health First Aid In Lockdown

"Listeners. You might have noticed that we saw it a little bit different obviously chatting about different things because a pandemic is happening the well destroy at the moment. Yeah it's really weird and scary and Pau. That is where working from home now so if an eye annoy next to each other as usual if we sound a bit different that's why we're over corday from our own homes and self isolating as advised usually when we do the podcast. We basically meat. So That's myself an Ellen. And then either judy at all. Sam Altogether in a room with a lovely guest sources together and we'll have a chat and then take a photo but at the moment. Yeah I'm Home Front of my Laptop Ellen's In front of a laptop jewels in front of a laptop in front of the laptop. So there's like four things that could go wrong and it's a little bit stressful. And he's doing a lot of mini episodes this week about Kerlin virus in general. Because I think it'd be weird froze to pretend that it's not happening with time. Excitingly anybody like whether you have a long term and to health issue or not. I think those must be more stress around from home just general kind of anxiety around the situation that we're living in at the moment Yeah so kind of thing that chatting about this stuff is more important than ever really. Yeah so we're GONNA start with. Took him working from home with Emma? What is Mental Health First Aid? Mental State is the equivalent of physical fast aid. What's really great about? Is that the training that we provide -ticipant into providing them with skills and competence and recognizing what to recognizing sinus symptoms of common mental health issues and effectively guide. A pass into the right support. Be Bat self help or professional services but the key to things about is just raising awareness around common issues that might arise and symptoms are more so effectively key things to signpost people's relevant help. What kind of things can help with can help different things I mean? We trading inspections of mental health whether it stress anxiety extent depression a covers acquire wide variety of the spectrum. But initially it's very much around. Those made things so of mental state. I feel like applies in the workplace and now with Kern virus so many of us are working from home. How can mental health status continue to do what they're supposed today whether now remote? Yes so. That's really interesting. Aggression actually quite good question itself. I think don't the training is definitely workplace focused. But we're now going online and being quite How Do Exist? Organizations will still have to connect with their colleagues But also what's great about the training as well as much? We don't even wet place focused you. You can't apply to family to so to answer your question. I think the key thing of mental age. They're definitely not therapist psychiatrist but they can't offer initial support through non judgmental listening or guidance to the keeping is is for them to be able to connect people line super cheap. Where there is you know offering their services actually to their colleagues and signed an colleagues are being aware that even still working from home they can contact them via the personal laptops or whatever meet him they using to connect eventually with Java. That's a great opportunity to still be able to contact at. She helped make a difference and again. The same could happen in terms of family and friends. You know you co pay. Some of us are living at home because the current situation with either housemates so Fatmi old friends etc Sagana saying could be applied there but I think the key thing is that as much as we're reaching out to our network of festive mental best ages. They make sure that they too are looking after themselves and getting the the support that they need to enable them to help out those. We'll all the kind of issues that are going to Ryan's now the F. One is self from home. You know worry about a very serious democ as well. What kind of issues that can arise from? Not I think there's quite a few different issues that could rise to that. I mean you know. We come station before we started around. Just getting your head around ragging from high and last week. We launched new guidance Alongside our our recent campaign miles south and the guidance actually look at how we can support meant to help them wellbeing whilst working from high of one of the things that could displace people came to. It you now that. I'm a high end because everybody's very used to getting up and leaving the building and you're leaving the house and go into a building to act so I think some of the things will be just like thinking about how they can get into regular routines. How set their day to enable them to achieve what they need to do? So a lot of things will be around just how to think about using your days productively whilst whacking from high and also any missile off things around still keeping up the mental mental and physical wellbeing again. Most of us we the guys who are Gym Swimming Pool. Whatever physical activity will have during the day or at? Wack wack than that. That's allow hot now. So again thinking about really quick easy exercises that can be done in the Heim and actually to some extent the Need equipment to do so if you have got a criminal. That's great if you don't you still think about this. Lots of things online out that offering free twenty minutes thirty minutes an hour sessions depending on what you WANNA do. Some advice would be for people that she off being a bit overwhelmed with the whole issue of what do I do? Now that I'm not working on going back is to establish the daily routine. Wake up the same way. You would wake up every time you set your goals for the day in between them take breaks where you're either going for walks or you're just taking time out to the family that around your friends you know and connects with your employees. The Noble Way. You would eventually actually. I think what's also interesting about you? The other problems that might arise when you kind of already from home is Sunday. If you're working virtually your Dr gets bombarded so many meetings because again you know having to either Goto meeting or you know physically being the meeting room when I think about what I would advise people to do is space out their time so to ensure they're not they're not in continuous back to back meetings and also they have you know social meetings included in there where they can have copied Copycat jobs have lunch with colleagues Ashley So I think it's definitely comes down to the routine piece and just making sure that your routine consists of you actually having something active whether it's going for jog in the morning before you start your day or lunchtime or having a walk in the afternoon just to break up not constantly being in front of the Laptop. You exercises in there as well. Do you mean things like meditation affirmations? What do you mean? I said mental health and physical health. I combined If you are mentally healthy you can be physically healthy and vice versa. So for me I think from a mental perspective meant to help. Perspective is very much around the mindfulness. It's very much around meditation. It's very much around yoga sessions but also to get your you know your blood pumping and just being a bit more physically active you could do sit-ups you could do jumping jacks do different things so. I think it's around of a good balance between Exercising the mind but also exercising the

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Why Did I Skip out on a Good Opportunity?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:20 min | 3 years ago

Why Did I Skip out on a Good Opportunity?

"CRYPT IPOD cost and I've got to say today opportunities that move well except a btc well those little cray on that twelve outshot will announce move and I wasn't with it I didn't that trump now why ause I am absolutely oscillate spent completely exhausted and needing rest it's that simple I got Heim yesterday the two and a half hours sleep from the red eye from Perth did my scanner soon as they go to an end always embedded eleven o'clock in the morning while you get a five thirty Josh Bath Seven thirty so I have been pretty much busted and today is very much the scientist ahead spice where no on a debate to make consistently good decisions and get good treading outcomes as tried are a lot of the time you've got to be sitting on your hands uh-huh uh-huh doesn't just come in the form of wedding tries it comes in the form of annoying when you are not at your sharpest trying not something that is very very simple to do it should be it should be simple but it won't be easy and the hardest part is going to be managing your mindset now I ran a course again in Perth over the weekend and as said to members that I always do just because you trading strategies doesn't mean you'RE GONNA get my results I you might get better results as many people in the community doing getting penetrating results not that number that number on bit Phoenix is seven thousand seven hundred thirty three dollars new breakthrough that range then yeah that's we will see further downside for the time being clanging clicking clanging around within a range between about seventy eighty seven hundred and seventy seven hundred pretty average On bitcoin he's consulting very very slowly acting very strange it may in fact set up a bit of a breakout show and if it does we'll guess who will be the target the guy in a very average looking very saw wise very very average indeed a US against the US days fans resistance around that three to Omar gains does ninety six cents up point seven percent and a very solid waste shot once again still aluminum as it stands right now sitting at six point three cents has been for quite some mm time it's Dan one percent ex pays held above that. At sorry that twenty eight five handle the resistance and support level now a city at twenty nine it took twenty nine fifty five starting to try and move on a little bit of a pullback over the last twenty four hours down one point seven percent bonnets ticking along at

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Weekend Racing Preview: Flemington

Three Wide No Cover

09:59 min | 3 years ago

Weekend Racing Preview: Flemington

"Is a great. I love Flemington. Tom Years paying a warm weather build up to us this Saturday and just love white for is rising and it's basically GonNa say some good offices. Dan The strike which we love a Flemington in but Sydney holds the K. doesn't with the epsom the metro flights dykes. She's pretty skinny but the dive into it first things first the track record four Melbourne and Sydney yet Flemington knowing mate is good for you as estee said beautiful conditions may even need to put some irrigation on he goes Thursday thought it was so so it can be a little tricky. Lamai cave superstar who work. I think it'll play fair. I think Tampa Bay the K. but don't be worried. If your horse his three four ward they have a bit of an advantage especially around the circle. They might blending in the office in the middle of the track case. I don't don't be too stressed if your horse his dream because I think why might be okay the strike races with with this Rice's well. It's the best to be close to wide with. The grain stand inside in middle this week. I think will be the plays. They're a little bit of a disadvantage. We go to rain week at three made his good for again. pervy conditions look. I think on spe deploys debate but I think again. It'll be tamed by related. They might come to the middle of the track at some stage but Arkan buys places fairly fan but if you want at Flemington to worry about the Guy Very Josie now. Won't you guys coming in first before we hit up to see me. We're going to have a look at one. We said we're going to cover auto group one rice and this isn't a group is I hot rice. The GILGO stike center at online at tune on he joined by sunlight so a couple of everest horses they Satori Dettori at six fifty. Now we go from the tar dollars on exhauted iding votto silver nineteen does better Martini twenty-three dot rocky twenty seeks on someone thirty five and I will have the pipeline tile at thirty four Vine Street hundred to one Josie the map and guess what we wanted to always is this one or two awards rights or is something that can produce for van sort of that well racing especially in the last couple of weeks. We'll say that there hasn't been one horses awesome to horse races. We've had a couple of hundred to one to win big rice in getting in Black Look David superstar center aligning sunlight. They hard to knock. They're very very good horses. These rights as we always expect these Rice's up the right. They may not do a lot of work in that fourth. I four hundred five hundred six hundred Justice Zippo in the last six hundred minutes. All I am going with volatile silver so I'm going against the top two for sort of no real apparent reason other other than the fact that I'll just mocked him a little bit bigger than what the markets go to both of them not much but just a little bit bigger. Santa Light Up twelve hundred this run and gene sunlight look hard to knock just thought maybe in that guy known who'd be a bit of a tricky spot for us of Goma bottle Suba strong the guy to. I think that more people debate. Benny Mellon goes on so positive engagement day this is also one is from fifteen point in Perth. We know the horses are very good would Beta horse started called Galaxy Star. She is a stock Oregon. It's going to run a really good rice for nine dollars. You can have a play H. Y. Erica reconvene so I might be the spot to Bay Benny Melon and the piece came if you don't know them they're flowing ten from fifty to twenty percent over there. They come here. They were really really good team. They're pretty good. Deployment of the Horses Oregon. It's got the figures to run up Alto. Jacuzzis coat the Perth bog after getting gets off in this pump and added twenty one and thirty one bucks now for me. Cetera of I'd Love Center and I stopped probably needs the Ron Sung honesty stripe third up. How did we get some pennies drums. He's just come fresh from the role of Alvin show how bag you get a jacket lot that is jammed on the Perth Bandwagon. They're absolutely flying and understand that he's got really good figures you first time. Dan The strike or just law but at that price you happy deformed and have something only joie get that Josie and he's got to the speed. He bought a less Silva dauth rocky on someone son lot set an unusual preparation leading to an everest but you'd listen to Tony mcevoy sighing at she hasn't been fit. You needed the run. Not Everything went well in the code he had gone to Rice him between a Winter Moon Valley to give her another another blow out there. He's been coined on on the track and he's using these rices to get back into again of fitness up to a liberal who run a Moon Valley was outstanding on the non because it was controlled robot nitrous. Nash comes back to her best track Flemington down the strike at the new market the lightning. She is just an absolute star these me and she broke one. One nausea ran one. I twenty five when she won the newmarket. That's unbelievable galloping and she gets to free wheel against as a whole on showed I think she dictates terms and controls it and she's got that kicking turn of foot and she finds a gear at Flemington sunlight from me is the one I wanna be riding. Santa Ana lines interesting steady Boise first up weans were and he's first and second preparation. He hasn't won first up since so he normally takes one. This is a really good rice for him to kick off and get ready for an everest because a locks to travel and stimulate the Beagle. She'll be raw for the ever so it'll be charging. Heim sunlight for me. It's worth noting also sixty kilos. CNN aligned but he's so well in compared to the other who was he's just so well graded and somewhat as you mentioned this quick backup backed up two times before when the magic millions and one the Kumo right back yes. I've been up to sixty to ninety five. It was son opened up three dollars out of money. He's starting to count for absolutely and we talk about this preps Vince Benedetto La Jolla or something in front side. I mean this is clearly. Sit Sit for a second what they're very very good art. Let's turn our attention to the turnbull stakes. They have always mystic journey two dollars seventy looking to Mike and Means Mr quickey at four hundred twenty finch as a Yeoman Capos non box hot fifty kings will drain twelve roster Povich at thirteen very very elegant fourteen dollars trump for fools twenty. Three Bucks can lead the Hawaii State Kentucky Braves at twenty seven dollars Josie. I'll let you pick it up from he the map and how we're going to take one apart you note a Lotta spayed here. I would think a host like Kentucky braise on the backup. It's hot and feet. They should row four and track for foods. We know he's an my hero forward but there's not a lot of speed. I think finch confirmed probably late his back K. W. Day can probably get one one on the time now with I should go forward with that horse. What's mystic journey. I think she's probably going to be posted three war and as I stated in the preview probably not too much of an issue especially because I don't think they're gonNA go overly hod and I think she's the one to seventy in the market as you mentioned wally she's to forty so I think it's a good bit with her. I know she guys two thousand made us for the first time third OP. I recognise is going to be a pay. Run the coax bike but I know that I think this will be a performance without prep. She won the stray. Guineas was sort of a soft tone. She sprinted home. I think it's sort of the Roy sort of set up for her to get two thousand maters look. She ran really well. It's just getting absolutely through the roof in the mcabe. They win two seconds. She couldn't do any more than that so it's a perfect platform nail for to get a two-thirds of maters if he's going to run it. I think the rice suits it. Don't be too worried about or mapped Warburg. I don't think that's an issue I think she's that we are a contract for fools run a massive bryce Oregon if he goes faster than what he did lost out on the backup. He's been sensational on the quick backup before Perth. He can run well bought Music shoop society got or if you got something else I wanna say Mystic Mystic Journey a lover and wish the all the very best and there's nothing wrong with Iran last dot with the gap sick and up about getting better getting fouled at wife why I wanted to say getting again for me to be really counting on mystic journey to run the mall and a quarter for the first time stuck in a wide guide fighting the breeze a little bit slow speed paid Justice Cutler question. She's not the one on one of Rodney's one Rawdon is the warhorse nominees age and it's hard to know what you got to vowed back at Flemington and just couldn't make grammys to quickey finished beside him and just went past him and then a coalfield the other die he was close. He zoomed up in behind him. He's awesome looking for two thousand and I love the backup. He's a Flemington holes but the reason I want. Rodman see strong guy. It's nice but he can jump land out saw Italy. He can jump land one eight one back. He's going to have that breeze going to have that cleary to roll into the rice on his own terms and really look the winner at this stage. He's fit and I can trust him and he's around. What what is he the place he's around thirty to forty to sixty and wants to mystic journey to Noni uh he's GonNa. Look Win MIC Journey. We'll come and troy and go with him. At some stage Mr Quick. He's gotTa give grant and comeback in a small field is drawing Levin. We want to say it again. From Mr quickey was the catcher in the sports world black booker you can from it finch. Mom Album couples absolutely absolutely humming and there are side. Could he be a blow it just getting the Bauxite lucky did when he won last dot and just Gallup out well at Flemington. It's good test Takata Flemington for the first time I ever Molin as he warmed up to amalgam cap a loving but it's hot no little WANNA rod in the

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Dengue Fever hits the ABC Jakarta Bureau

Correspondents Report

05:53 min | 3 years ago

Dengue Fever hits the ABC Jakarta Bureau

"Twenty Nine Thousand Nine is shutting up today. The worst year ever for infection rates of the debilitating potentially fatal mosquito born virus dengue fever it infects up to four hundred million people every year and two of those who fell victim this year are from the A._B._C.'s Jakarta Bureau David Lipson and Phil Hemingway. Shed their experience for these report. Normally I'd start a story like this with the sound of buzzing mosquito but here's the thing about the dreaded dinghy fever carrying Eighties Aegypti. They are completely silent compared to the noisy lumbering Australian mazey's those here in Jakarta like time traveling Subatomic Ninjas silently flitting in and out of existence assistance to avoid the electrified tennis racket shaped swatter that are sold at all good hardware stores. I used to be somewhat Buddhist in sentiment toward food. All living creatures even mosquitoes now. I'm selectively cold blooded. Mosquitoes are evil and must be summarily exterminated emanated. What changed me is dengue fever. At first I thought it was just a bad case of the meat Switz- after a feat of gluttony at the Jakarta airport. Airport Burger King in January by the time I was on the plane back to Sydney for friends wedding. I had quite a headache when I asked the flight attendant for a third blanket. Thank it I started to conclude. It wasn't just fast food regret ten days later a blood test confirmed it was the mosquito borne virus sometimes is known as breakbone fever because of the associated aches and pains. I wouldn't say Philip like my bones were breaking but I was definitely we saw and I could not stop sleeping. I'd yawn and stretch after yet another thirteen. Our KIP ATE my breakfast in front of the T._v.. And then pass sat on the couch for another three to six hours I even slipped through the stint in a Sydney hospital. It was Australia Day and are needed a blood test so I showed up at emergency expecting a very long wait when I told them I just landed from Jakarta with a fever and aches and pains was given a face mask surgical gown with the back open and hooked up to a heart monitor before being wheeled into an isolated room but just as as no vaccine for Dengue Fever and no cure uh there's no specific treatment so after about six hours I sent me home to recover another who fell victim the A._B._C.'s camera operator Phil Oh Hemingway who was struck down a few months later with a particularly nasty strain that landed The indignity of having to announce his toilet breaks over the intercom into the nurses station. I know this because of the video shared by his ever helpful wife Sabrina he can. He is struggling to contain her amusement in the background here. POPO toilet jokes aside. It was actually pretty serious. Fulfil Phil was not fun at all that recommend. What did it feel. It's it was unlike anything other had before. I'll say hot called old. <hes> the favor was just really extreme. Not Those dot was really really bad. So what was the moment that you knew you had to get the hospital. I came home from work. <hes> real got really cruel. Qualls Wick that morning we're shooting demonstration and <HES> and I thought I had like <hes> like hades stroke this kind of fill like very D._C.. In the Houghton call thing was really extreme it was really weird and <hes> straight to bed and then that often it just got worse. I was lying there and he was a bit arrest. He kind of filled it better feeling liner embiid feeling worse and let's say look. I'll go to the doctor this. This is getting see leading. The test came back positive that not for Danny within an hour say. <hes> and <hes> and I'll send Heim <hes> told the rest up. There's not much you can do <hes> and then the next I had an appointment to go back and do another test to see house going and I had to go back early before the test and I couldn't even walk into into the clinic. They had to tighten the wheelchair out of the car and I was really bad on his seventh day in hospital. Things still weren't looking looking great fills platelet count was still far too low but as preparations were being made for a Medevac to Singapore for a potential blood transfusion. The platelet count started to bounce back after that fills recovery was pretty quick. It has been a particularly bad year for dingy in Indonesia but now the wet season has moved to countries north of the equator and the World Health Organization is warning Malaysia the Philippines Singapore Vietnam and and Cambodia all to brace for significant dingy epidemics this year this week. The Philippines issued a national alert. So if you're planning a holiday soon it's worth checking if dingy is prevalent there and if it is pack your date repellent and cover up take it from us. It's worth it. I'm sure it is that was A._B._C.'s Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there from Jakarta and I'm pleased to say I think David's pretty much fully recovered now. Thank goodness.

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The climate change lawsuit that could stop the US government from supporting fossil fuels

60 Minutes

04:21 min | 4 years ago

The climate change lawsuit that could stop the US government from supporting fossil fuels

"Than Juliana versus the United States to quote, one federal judge. This is no ordinary lawsuit. It was filed back in two thousand fifteen on behalf of a group of kids who were trying to get the courts to block the US government from continuing the use of fossil fuels they say it's causing climate change endangering their future in violating their constitutional rights to life liberty and property when the lawsuit began hardly anyone took it seriously, including the government's lawyers who have sensed watched the supreme court rejected two of their motions to delay or dismissed the case for years in it is still very much alive in part because the plaintiff. So the master body of evidence that will surprise even the skeptics in a force the governor. To admit that the crisis is real. The case was born here in Eugene, Oregon, a tree huggers paradise and one of the cradles of environmental activism in the United States. The lead plaintiff university of Oregon student. Kelsey Juliana was only five weeks old winter parents took her to her first rally to protect spotted owls today. Her main concern is climate change drought and the growing threat of wildfires in the surrounding cascade mountains there has wildfire season. That was so intense. We advised not to go outside that particular matter in the smoke was literally off the charts. I mean, it was so bad. It was it was passed severe in terms of danger health in new that's because of plummet change. That's what scientists tell me. It's not just scientists even the federal government. Now knowledge is in its response to the lawsuit that the effects of. Climate change are already happening and likely to get worse, especially for young people who will have to deal with them for the long term important as this case to you. This case is everything this is the climate case, we have everything to lose if we don't act on climate change right now my generation and all the generations to come. Okay. She was keen when the lawsuit was filed and the oldest of Twenty-one plaintiffs. They come from ten different states all claim to be affected or threatened by the consequences of climate change. The youngest Levi dre Heim is in sixth grade here eleven years old and you're suing the United States government. That's not what most eleven year olds do, right. He's lived most of his life on the beaches of a barrier island in Florida. That's a mile wide in barely above sea limb. What's your biggest fear about this aisle? I fear that I won't have a home here in the future that the island will be going. Yeah. That the island will be underwater because of change. So you feel like you've got a stake in this. Yes. That department of Justice will were recruited from environmental groups across the country by Julia Olsen, an Oregon lawyer and the executive director of a nonprofit legal organization called our children's trust. She began constructing the case eight years ago out of the Spartan space now dominated by this paper diorama that winds its way through the office to what is this. This is a time line that we put together documents what in win past US administration's knew about the connection between. Clean fossil fuels and climate change. The time line goes back fifty years beginning with the presidency of Lyndon Johnson during president Johnson's administration. They issued a report nineteen sixty five that talked about climate change being a catastrophic threat, whether it was a democrat or a Republican office Olsen says there was an awareness of the potential dangers of carbon dioxide emissions. Every president knew that burning fossil fuels was causing climate change. Fifty years of evidence has been a mass by Olson enter team thirty six thousand pages

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Jim Boeheim strikes and kills pedestrian on highway

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00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Jim Boeheim strikes and kills pedestrian on highway

"Frightening situation last night for one of the best known men's college basketball coaches in the country. Police say Syracuse coach Jim boeheim struck and killed a fifty one year old man who was walking outside his vehicle on a highway. Syracuse police say the man had been in a car with some other people before midnight. After their vehicle crashed bay Heim was driving by at the time and struck the pedestrian while try to avoid the vehicle is cooperating with the investigation. Police are there was no sign that he was impaired. And so far. No citations have been

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The small wall of China

Correspondents Report

06:46 min | 4 years ago

The small wall of China

"In China, a neighborhood dispute over fences is as common as it is here in Australia, but the ways of dealing with it sometimes differ as China correspondent Bill Birtles found out in Beijing. This is a story about offense dispute, and how some people in the Chinese capital Galvao, solving it the names of in changed at the request of those involved. But the story remains the same a friend of mine in Beijing. Let's call her Lulu asked me to come along as a foreign reporter to observe a bus stop over a fence. She full well news such a small dispute would never make it onto unusable as an overseas. And I think it was more about having a foreign journalists present to add pressure. Anyway, the story begins with a first floor apartment in failing new compounds on Beijing's outskirts lulus parents live there, and they have a nice big balcony, technically not their balcony. It's actually common space. For the residents of the compound, but her parents are the only ones who can access it. And when they both the apartment a few years back, the exclusive use of the balcony was a big reason, they chose it. So a few months ago, some new knives moved in next door. They have an adjacent apartment that also fronts on to the balcony to have exclusive access to their side of it. And there's a steel fence separating the two sides not long after the new neighbors arrived, I'm told they knocked on lulus parents door to say they've noticed the fence that separates the balcony isn't in the middle. It's actually about a meter and a half thir- ther- towards their side giving lulus parents extra room in front of the neighbor's apartment. The knife is said this doesn't seem fair. So they offered about two thousand dollars to lulus parents if they agreed to move the fence to the middle. Lulus parents retirees they really like gardening on the big balcony. So they rejected the offer. But a few months later when they went abroad for a three week holiday to New Zealand. They came home to find the fence had they moved and we're talking about a big steel fence with a brick base. The sort of thing you would need to get workers in four lose parents were incensed as retirees they felt these younger night as in their forties were pushing them around because they're all so they went to the building management. Many Chinese compounds have residential committees just like parliament buildings in a strata. But not this compound, the developers never relinquished control over the buildings of phase to the owners and the developers themselves control the management company, and although a Representative agreed that the new neighbors had done the wrong thing by not getting permission to move. Move the fence, the building management company declined to intervene. What's done is done? I said an urge the new neighbors to apologize and for everyone to leave it at that lulus parents would deterred they called the cops. The police turned up spoke to both sides and said, it's a small civil dispute which should be resolved by the building management. So at this point, it would appear all is pretty much lost fluids lulus parents, but they hatched a plan. They decided to choline some gangsters not real gangsters mole, the low level rent. A crowd types who happy to destroy offense. Kick a few bricks and Spock confrontation Lulu had a friend who knew some heavies and before long on one called winter's morning that all arrived in several cars at the. Among the renter crowd role. So some trades who sit to work on the fence with a powerful and other tools all happening at about eight in the morning. So it took a little while for the night but to emerge, but when she came out the door to see free work is destroying the fence. Plus another ten people standing around helping them. She didn't look particularly surprised it was as if she knew some point Lulu and her parents would resort to this. Nago now never believe for about an hour or so the accusations flew back and forth as the work is steadily dismantled defense, and then the brick face one point the neither stood perilously close to the edge of the balcony, prompting one of lulus friends to hold and restrain her to make sure she didn't jump off or full all the wild is commotion was happening. The compound security guards and police like uniforms walked past watched. And did absolutely nothing. Finally, we've defense destroyed and the remnants symbolically placed back it's a rigid position. The neighbor called the cops. They turned up ordered both sides to the local police station and everyone else, including me when Heim when I last checked with Lulu. She said the fence of being taken away altogether. But the dispute clearly wasn't IVA. She seemed to think the night. Live is assumed no one would ever push back and the parents had to show them. They weren't week give him an inch. She told me, and I'll take a mile and pretty much everyone that die took it upon themselves to tell me the random foreigner. Why lulus parents had no other choice, but to get some heavies and Spock the confrontation they said in China, you often have to take matters into your own hands because police obesity management or whoever is responsible for solving disputes can be reluctant to do. So one told me it was to do with Chinese culture and the reticence to interfere in others a phase. Now, the friend said it's to do with personal connections. If you don't know the right people, no one will help yet. Another friend of lulus said it stemmed from lack of genuine rule of law. Whatever the case. The message was clear if you don't stand up for yourself, you'll get pushed around and. For now. At least in this battle over a balcony Lulu in her parents have shown then no push his Bill Birtles they reporting from the front lines in Beijing.

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Tyus Battle's 32 Lead Syracuse to Shocking Upset Win over Zion Williamson, Duke

SportsCenter AllNight

07:58 min | 4 years ago

Tyus Battle's 32 Lead Syracuse to Shocking Upset Win over Zion Williamson, Duke

"A lot going on in the world of sports. We'll get into more dominance from James harden, a decision that gets pretty easy for the defending Super Bowl champions in my mind at this point a decision yesterday did seem to be a no brainer. That for some reason. I felt like we treated like a lot more than it was. That still has plenty of drama left to unfold for one major NFL prospect. But I. Holy hell Zion. Williamson I understand that Duke lost. I understand that. And if you missed it last night. Syracuse went on the road upset Duke ninety five ninety one in overtime. We got a little free basketball, which for those of us watching the bachelor last night. There is nothing like watching Colton going camping with the girls and the bachelor house and seeing simultaneously. Oh, I'm getting free basketball to this was all of my worlds coming together in the absolute best ways possible. Now for the Duke side of things I understand Duke lost. But when you look at the circumstances around why it becomes not only understandable. But I think it's never excusable. I want to say that right now Duke is too talented across the board the guys that they had left on the court. We're still good enough to where you have to get this done at home. And I say left on the court because part of the story for Duke last night going into the game. Cam reddish, one of the stars in their team missing with illness. Not in an available for them in the game. And then about five and a half minutes in trae Jones their star guard a guy who's a defensive juggernaut for them and a huge catalyst for them. Offensively leaves the game with what Mike chef ski described after as a shoulder sprain. It's a shoulder sprain. And we'll put out because I'm not gonna do medical stuff. But it's a sprain. There's no break, although he was in a lot of pain. He's a kid that the toughest kid right away. I don't know if my car broke bonus broken, you know, and it was that it was hurting that badly, but it's a sprain. And that was my worry. The I I saw that you thought it might have been a broken collarbone, which would have been devastating for this do blue devils team that listen the proof is in the pudding like the when he is on and off the court for them just within the body of this game be five minutes and change that he was on the court during this game Duke point differential, plus eight with him on the court field goal percentage. Fifty five point six percent with him off the court the point differential, minus twelve thirty six point six percent field goal percentage. They suffer offensively they suffer defensively where he's one of the best, man. Demand defenders in the ACC. And so that is going to affect you always said when it comes to injury. Usually we talk about it with the timing going into the season. At different points of the year, injuries are going to affect you differently. And so if you're a star player that gets injured at the beginning of the season ally. Last Joseph the Boston Celtics, for example, Gordon Hayward being injured at the beginning of the season. You spend the entire rest of the year. Figuring out how you adjust without Gordon Hayward. Kyrie Irving being injured right before the playoffs. All of a sudden, that's a major adjustment for a guy who has been a huge part of your offense. You might grow that down to a single game. And Cam rightish, who you know is not going to be available to you. That night is one way you adjust the game plan. Trey Jones going down in the body of that game is another completely when you have to now adjust without that guy on the court for you without the certainly the encore leadership that he brings you and all that production, and so the energy shifted as one might say. To Zion Williamson at RJ Barrett. Who took who scored fifty eight combined points last night the second most by Duke freshman duo under Mike shefty, but it wasn't quite enough. And I say all this again is a backdrop to discredit Syracuse for going in there and getting a win. And Lord knows we have become accustomed to Syracuse teams throughout the course of time underachieving during the regular season finding a way to make a run that alternately lands them in a Sweet Sixteen type season. That's the capability always exists with a Syracuse team. But man, you even heard Jim pay Heim after this who as usual was lighting up the sidelines in a way that the internet sopped up and enjoy tremendously even Jim boeheim after this kind of understood like man, there was a lot working against Duke. And we are still the team as Twitter would remind you last night big night for Old Dominion Twitter. Because ODU Twitter was reminding you the transit of property can be ineffective you so choose and college basketball, and this is a Syracuse team that. Lost to Old Dominion earlier this year, and you can kind of hear their head coach wearing that dukes. Great team. They don't have to other key guys. That's the breaks of the game. Sometimes. Those two guys the whole game. But you know, it's just one of those things. I watched one tape white may eight threes one game. I think seventy a lot. He couldn't tonight. That's just the way the game is sometimes I am. I asked Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Duke talk about not being able to buy one from three that was the other thing there were a lot of specific jokes made about the sexual prowess of the bachelor over the course of last night. Those were only outnumbered by Duke missed three point shots in a game where they went nine for forty three. Again, a game in which one of their best offense players out. They went nine for forty three. The most three point field goal attempts in school history. Duke now becoming the fifth AP number one team to lose at home to an unranked team in the last ten seasons. So. An outlier in a lot of ways. Again, you look at all the things surrounding this performance. I'm inclined to look at these and not excuse a loss. But understand the circumstances around and say, all right. I'm not going to sound the alarms yet for do. Because this is still a Duke team that again man you saw what Zion is capable in. The midst of all this for a team that has struggled this season against own. We know no one really runs it better than Syracuse. In a lot of ways Zion still thirty five points in a loss. He goes thirty five and ten in this game. He becomes the first major conference player. With thirty five ten four and a game since Kevin Durant. Did it back in two thousand and seven and you saw for all the talk. We had about on a while back. I want to be known as more than just a dunker. You saw that on display last night because him going down and being that differentiating force in the paint. And that's where in the past by the passed earlier this season when you look at the other loss to zag and the things that undermine them in that game with teams clogged up, the paint, this outfit tend to have a bit of trouble. And you saw them do a better job of that last night. They just couldn't hit shots. Like, it's we always hear about the NBA to make making mislead couldn't hit shots your one of your best players and a guy who initiate your offense. And your defense goes out within the first five minutes of the game last night. And all of a sudden the plan changes. Now, what it means going forward becomes entirely different and Jay Bilas ESPN college basketball analyst pointed that out that long term for Duke. The worry. I think any team that loses a point guard like that is going to have some issues and.

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These 1,000-year-old, blue-specked teeth could rewrite medieval history

Science Magazine Podcast

11:31 min | 4 years ago

These 1,000-year-old, blue-specked teeth could rewrite medieval history

"Where they scrape your teeth, and they take is called dental calculus or tartar off your teeth is that lesson for any. No. But luckily that is a relatively new thing and back in the day. And like medieval times, people were not having their teeth scraped every three to six months, and I say lucky because there's precious information hidden in that dental calculus may be able to learn about the oral microbiomes of the people who live in the past and also about different diseases that they might have had. And now, it's also telling us things about their occupations what they did every day or or kinds of chemicals encountered in their lives. I have Christina Warner here. She's gonna talk about some dental calculus that was contaminated with a blue mineral, so Christina. What did you find these blue particles associated with dental calculus on these remains was when we first saw them? I mean, probably the last thing I would have expected to find we were trying to look at it in house. Yeah. We expected the bacteria has after all calculus is made a plaque dental plaque. Which is made up of bacteria, and we expected to find little bits of food because when you're alive, and you have plaque on your teeth, and you're eating or your smoking or your breathing and pollen all these little things. Get stuck in your plaque overtime, the plaque calcified at mineralized in your mouth from the minerals in your saliva. In fact, it's the only part of your body that fossilising while you're still alive, and this actually happens over and over again these layers actually build up almost like tree rings or layers of an onion. So after you've calcified one layer you'll form another layer that apply can keep doing it. This woman that we looked out. We actually cross section debt, and there were so many layers. It really looked like this calculus hadn't been removed in twenty or twenty five years that had so many layers built on top of each other. But for an archaeologist this is a gold mine. It's like a time capsule that tells the story of of this woman's life. What was the first thought from the group if you know, they saw these little blue flecks in in her teeth under the microscope? We had no idea what it was. We could be some sort of contaminant is there's something in soil. That's blue. Yeah. No, no. There's not we looked into extensively actually blue minerals are very rare. They tend to be things you have to mind from deep in the earth. They don't occur in surface sediments. So we thought well, maybe maybe it's a it's a mineral of some kind, and maybe it's a paint. Because certain was so blue was Royal blue the brightest brightest blew it looked like Robin's eggs tiny little, Robin. I bet it. I was probably as right as right is a pretty common mineral, it's a pretty inexpensive mineral, and it's really widespread across Europe. And it was used by are in the middle ages. I was pretty sure it was as right? It ended up being fairly complicated to identify for a number of reasons. One is as we were looking at it the blue began to fade and disappear. Oh, yeah. This happened over and over again it took a while. I figure out what was happening, and we finally figured it out when you wanna look at calculus under a microscope. You can't just put under microscope. It's too compacted. And you have to break it up and the usual way of doing this is to apply a little bit of weak acid, and it just dissolves the mineral enough to allow the particles to come out. It turns out that many mineral pigments are actually unstable in the presence of acid and they lose their color. That's what we were seeing. So that gave you a clue that maybe it wasn't as right? We'll also breaks down from we actually tested many different reference, pigments and determine which were stable in. Which were not. So like cobalt blues is stable. But as right is not and Lashley was not there, aren't that many lose that were available to the medieval painter, they had a admitted access of the blues that they had available to most blue because of particular element. So cobalt blue is split because cobalt, Azure is blue because of copper, Vivian. I is blue because iron Rapids Lashley, actually, not one mineral. It's a bunch of minerals together. Blue component is called laterite. There's also white minerals in they're called slug apply and also pyrite the golden flex that. People often recognize one thing your paper reminded me of is that in a television show, and they say what is this mineral residue and just handed to the lab and that have hands and back and answer is never that easy. You had to go through a lot of steps to identify. What exactly was going on here on these T? So what were some of the tests that you had to subject this mineral to will the trouble with Lazarie? The blue mineral is that there's nothing unusual. About it. In terms of its elements made up of the same elements that are found in soil just configured very differently into in their mineral structure, and so we use a technique called Rahman spectroscopy which actually allows us to look more at the mineral structure itself, and that we were able to get a very good match for lodge right after we identified the blue crystals as being a match using two different methods for laterite. We thought let's test some of these white particles that ordinarily would completely ignore and they turn out to flog apply laterite and flog pie only Coker together in legislation that gave you that confidence that you what you are looking at. But it's really surprising that that's what you're looking at. It was extremely surprising. This Lashley was one of the most expensive and rarest artists materials of the middle ages. We did not expect to find it. I think it's hard for us understand how expensive it was. And how difficult it would have been to get their lap. Lashley only had one source during the middle ages, and that WAS FG. Anniston? So this pigment had to traveled from its source in Afghanistan overland along the paths of the silk road, basically at through the Islamic world. Whereas probably refined into a pigment traded up into Venice. And then distributed into Europe made in extraordinary six thousand kilometer journey to make it into the mouth of this very ordinary one about that in women. What about that last little bit of the journey? How would it end up in her mouth? I mean, there's no way this could happen completely Occidental's. She must have been exposed in a very intimate way. But help Osprey happen. Now, we spent a long time debating what the possible scenarios could be. I have my favorite. It's not the one that it is my favorite is all the the book kissing that people were doing it. The look if think has so so this is really incredible during the middle ages, but but actually later than the that was eliminated it. Yeah. Yeah. During the fourteenth century, there's this sort of fat. Bad for what they call emotive devotional osculation so says like intense kissing books, and the idea was to become very affectionate with the images. Eventually they started creating these little osculation targets at the bottoms of the pages to try to encourage priests, for example to kiss the target and not the face of Jesus because it was wiping away face that one was discarded because it was it wasn't the timing wasn't right. And let's turn to one of the what are the likely scenarios in which woman would have introduced us into her mouth. So he came up with two of the we thought were more likely that either she was trying to produce a pigment herself. And thus may have inhaled some of the dust, and that was so she would probably producing it either for herself or one of her sisters or she was an artist herself with the first scenario, although it's possible. I don't think it's likely for one reason. And that is because if you just take lapis largely Sony new grind now you'll. Will get a really dull gray pigment. It's not nice. It has too much of the flog pie and other minerals inside that dole the color. So what you have to do is you have to refine it and the technique use to refine lavishly at this time wasn't really known in Europe. It was primarily performed in in the Islamic world. But what I think is probably the most likely is that she was an artist herself, we do know from some artists manuals around the same time that one technique for producing a really fine point for for fine painting work involved. Compressing the the paintbrush between the lips the lap is largely was quite distributed through her mouth zone. It wasn't Dustin one place. It was also really disperse. So it didn't seem to have been incorporated as a paint, for example, if she had kissed it had gotten stuck an also there are some really amazing letters from right around the same time period. Maybe a little bit later. Also in Germany where there is a men's monastery. There's an or Mario. Who is the keeper of the books and he had commissioned the production of several new books from a neighboring women's community. So when you say when you say she was an artist it's more about eliminating manuscripts than it is about making paintings, correct? It was very likely for eliminating manuscripts. Because it was a lot of book production right at this time. It gives evidence that women were producing books and they were producing important books. Yeah. But unfortunately, these letters don't stay which pigments were being used we can tell by the amount of silk, and the amount of parchment that he was sending for these books to be made that they would have been quite nice books. Is there anything else from the grave site or from the ruins of the monastery where where this this remains were or anything else there that would help with that the women's community from the letter was different one. Okay. Not this community. The remains of from a site called doll. Heim doll Heim is located in western Germany and today. It's actually the site of museum about monasteries and the cemetery that we focused on was one of the very associate with one of the earliest religious communities that was founded in this area, and it was a women's community with interesting about all Heim is almost nothing survives at all. Today. You can go and visit and I recommend doing. So it's really fun. But all that's left of the women's community is the stone Dacians, none of the walls. Are there? There's no art that survives. There's not a single book that survives this poor women's community, which at its at its height supported actually, very small group of women. Only about a dozen women live there at any given time it underwent multiple fires burned to the ground multiple times. It was sacked in at least to battle. It was hit by plague and eventually it was abandoned during another war and a non was murdered and the whole community fell apart this was centuries later, and then later a group of monks moved in and they built a monastery, and that's the monastery. That actually release revives there today. And that today is really the museum people go to visit. But you can still find this kind of traces of this little women's what they call a frown closer this little women's monastery, a little women's community still bear the church foundations and the foundations of of the place where they lived, but it's very small kind of tucked away and forgotten. It's like had just been a rate how absolutely race. And so to me that was something that was so interesting is in this totally unexpected context from this very ordinary seeming woman from the cemetery we've been able to identify someone who was likely in live, quite extraordinary person. She must have been a very talented artists, and I say artists here because lapis Lashley was not used by scribes who is not used typically to write words, it was used to illuminate pictures. Wow. That is amazing. So other other remains from the

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For Madoff Victims, Scars Remain 10 Years Later

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:33 min | 4 years ago

For Madoff Victims, Scars Remain 10 Years Later

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Yahoo finance live. Are you ready for relevant? Financial news streaming anywhere without cable or a subscription. Tune into Yahoo. Finance live for hours of live market coverage. They're ready. Are you ten years ago? This country was reeling from the worst financial crisis in decades. And in the middle of it all came shocking news, Bernie Madoff a pillar of Wall Street was arrested for orchestrating a multibillion dollar Ponzi scheme. Then you spread fast and quickly engendered panic amongst investors who gathered at the offices of their alleged swindler, hundreds of people were told the money, they'd invested with males firm was probably gone. They included rich and famous people. But also, those of more modest means now, many of those investors have recovered most of the money they lost. But as NPR's Jim zarroli reports, they're still living with the consequences of made offs fraud to his investors, Bernie Madoff was a Wall Street genius. A man who racked up? Big returns year after year. No matter how the economy was doing but made off lived with a terrible secret. And in two thousand eight with the economy crashing he was forced to admit that his investments were a fiction in tapes published by New York magazine later made off talked about breaking the news to his family. Cry. I should. I just. I have to tell you as news of made offs Ponzi scheme broke, thousands of investors, including many charities learned. They didn't have the money. They thought they had they included Steve Heim off a writer and critic whose retirement fund was wiped out. I had an Email from a cousin of mine, and I read through the body of her Email see explain that. It was all done every penny before then Heim off had never heard of made off. But an investment fund used by him and his family had been feeding money to mate offs firm now that money had vanished. And at age sixty two Heim off was forced to refinance his condo and severely cut back on spending. I just stopped going to restaurants. I stopped by Clova. I stopped going to -cations I stopped going to movies. The toll his losses would take on hyme off was considerable with came very close to suicide. For at least a year, it's been very emotionally exhausting. There's an element of post traumatic stress syndrome in the year since then made off who's now eighty pleaded guilty and was sent to federal prison. So were six of the people who worked at the firm including made offs, brother. Peter one of made off sons hung himself in his New York apartment. Meanwhile, the court appointed a trustee to try to recover what he could from the wreckage of made offs finances that trustee Irving Picard he spoke to NPR's weekend edition on Sunday about how he worked a lot of hard work. Some good lawyers working with us and forensic accountants and investigators and we developed the case from the ground up. The fund has so far recovered about thirteen billion dollars partly by selling off made offs houses. Aunties fifty five foot. Yacht named bull. The money will go to. Mate off victims, surprisingly, many of them will get back most of the funds they invested with made off, but they're only receiving money. They actually put into the fund those great returns, they thought they were getting the money in those monthly statements made off sent out virtually all of that is gone, Michael davita estimates. He'll get back about sixty percent of what he put into mate offs fund. I retired in August of two thousand eighteen eight years later than I expected on less than a third of what I expected to retire on nor will investors get back much of the taxes. They paid over the years on those returns davita has become something of an investor advocate since then and teaches a college course on made off. He says a lot of people weren't very sympathetic to made off victims. There was a lot of of feelings back at that time that people who were invested with Nate off quote got with eight deserved that the returns were too good to be true. And therefore you took advantage of the system. And you know, what ha ha we got you. But davita says a lot of made off victims weren't sophisticated or rich. They were just average people like himself people who naively trusted made off with their retirement money and have paid a terrible price. Jim zarroli NPR news, New York support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the Walton family foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton family foundation dot org.

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The next two years of Donald Trump

Correspondents Report

06:26 min | 4 years ago

The next two years of Donald Trump

"Let's head to the United States. I way President Donald Trump has come out swinging after midterm elections this week sacking his attorney general holding testy press conference and banning prominent CNN reporter from the White House in doing so he's lift America and the Washington principal wondering whether this is the tone to expect for the next two years, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel reports it's about seven AM after the terms I can hear my son scuffling around downstairs getting ready for the early. Bus to school is mommy Heim yet. I hear mosque. My husband the exits the front door into the foggy Deysi morning. Yes. Sh- I came home at about five AM after reporting through the night on the election results at last live crosses into a stray Leah's evening news or in the very early hours of the US morning from freedom plaza just behind the White House the lights. Hind me framing the US capital in the distance. The midterm results presents a lot more obstacles for Donald Trump for his next two years in office. So Daniel joins us from Washington Zoe, what will losing the house main for the president. He can expect a lot of pushback, basically, it's going to make it really hard for him to get the rest of his policy promises through but beyond that, you can expect Democrats to launch a series of investigations into the Trump administration. And it's going to be another busy day. The first of the next two years for a Trump administration hampered now having lost control of the house to the Democrats. Never this feeling. No the power to win my fine vibrates, and I pick it up of the bid-side title. It's my Donald Trump tweet alert. Are we doing a news conference at the White House? He says and so the second two years begins. Thank you very much bliss. I've been covering Donald Trump now for three years since the end of twenty fifteen when he was just an outsider candidate since he's been president. He hasn't done many of these free. Wheeling solo press conferences the last one. I recalling day say was in February twenty seventeen a few weeks after he's inauguration when he called a press conference with Balian an hour's notice causing the press to scramble from all over the city, and it feels like we've been scrambling ever since two years later, I find myself sitting in the East Room of the White House, again, the president sills the midterms result in which the Republicans lost the house, but gained seats in the Senate as a success as an example of the eleven candidates. We campaigned with during the last week nine one lesson. This vigorous campaign is up the Blue Wave that they talked about. I don't know if. There ever was such thing. But could have been if we didn't do the campaigning. Probably there could have been while. He's early tone was measured the press conference quickly degenerated when the president was pressed on his pre election campaign, specifically anti immigration regime, cover a so caravan of migrants headed for the US border from Central America Vigors, president challenge you on one of the statements that you made in the tail end of the campaign in terms Zooey, go that well, I if you want us residents and that this caravan wasn't invasion as you consider to be as known as president caravan was not an invasion. It's a it's a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the US. Thank you. Why why did you why did you characterize it as such as I consider an invasion you, and I have a difference of do you think that you demonized immigrants that is electron try them? I want them to come into the country, but they have to come in legally, you know, they have to come in Jim through a process I wanted to be a process, and I want people to come in. And we need the people you're playing your weight. You know, why it was quite a moment as CNN's Jimmy Costa who habitually takes on the president. And his press secretary kept pushing and refused to give up the microphone. They're hundreds of miles away though there hundreds and hundreds of Manila that that's not an invasion. Honestly, I think you should let me run the country you run CNN or if you did it. Well, you're reading let me ask you if I may as president by may are you worried enough. That's that's one of the other folks that's enough. Pardon me, ma'am on this. That's enough as president. I had one of the guy may ask on on the Russian Gatien. Are you? -cerned that that you may not concerned about anything with investigation because it's a hoax, are you? That's enough. Put down the mic president. Are you worried about indictments coming down in this? I'll tell you what she n n should be ashamed of itself having you work in for them. You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN from my ri- talk. Good here. I think it was Saracen is calling out to a cost to put down the microphone for a moment. The angle is so palpable that I wanted. If a punch might be thrown or if the secret service would stepping, but a cost of finally, pasta, Mark and the press conference continued go ahead. I think that's very rude person the way, you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible and the way you treat. Other people are horrible, you shouldn't treat people that way. And go ahead meter in gyms defense, I've traveled within the watching him. He's a diligent reporter who busts fan of yours either. So I understand to be honest. So let me ask you a question. If I can you repeatedly you are the best Mr President, you repeatedly over the course of the just sit down place light of the White House revoked the scene in reporters credential, accusing him of placing his hands on the intern who attempted to take the mic something that multiple eye. Witnesses have refuted, however, the White House is staunchly sticking to that story. The hats to divert attention from the other one the fact that Donald Trump also started the post meet tombs era by sacking his attorney general Jeff Sessions reigniting concerns about obstruction of Justice. And whether he plans to shut down the ongoing Russia probe if. Day. One is any guide to the lead up to twenty twenty. It's time to get some sleep in Washington this Zoe Daniel for correspondents reported.

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