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John Perkins Describes His Journey to Jesus During the Civil Rights Era
"I'm talking to John M Perkins who at this point is one of the last witnesses of the civil rights era and he writes about it in his book Canada, joy. The subtitle is the ridiculous paradox of suffering. I want to get to that. But John, you were talking about your brother was killed by a cop. This is one of these classic situations that you hear about a nightmare. That there was so much violence that you left the area. And then in the 1950s, Emmett Till is murdered, all kinds of things are going on, but it was during that period that you came to faith in Jesus and it changed everything for you, at least that's what it sounds like. It did. It changed everything. And he was at a good news club in Southern California that was held in our home and in the community. And in a neighborhood. He first went to the club and went to Kurt and he came to teach them battle class. And then when I heard that God loved all the children of the world, reading yellow, black and white, it was all over. I saw a whole new reality in the milk of religion and religion had accommodated all of that that was going on. And black was not able to separate, but Inca, that's a triple. You can't get there from here. You can't get that from here. It's too expensive. And you call it colts society and make quite that for the world, and now we are mad with the minorities. Well, it was Bernard is going to be able to spend it.
The Alexa Prize Story - Professor Jan Sedivy on Winning the Alexa Prize SocialBot Challenge and 40 Years in Voice Tech - Voicebot Podcast Ep 225 - burst 05
"I start date group and there were many students who got through Applause am giving the who worked with me. Owner fees asuncion Step by step We have been following the progress in the industry and i was You know get inca people who are more and more interested than who are willing to cooperate and in some i would say like plenty fourteen. He decided to do question answering. So he did the Different knowledge database as son view slowly but surely giving questions like typing questions Did voice until Land the very basics of or the students learn the very basic so unhappy like do data extraction duties on the And then sunday in twenty sixteen. All's own came up with this competition and the competition or the main task of the competition was to create a social boat. Which would engaging louis and also entertainingly talking to users so and the target or the goal of those to talk as long as possible to survey difficult to convert into functional end to any a system function so it was something which is a entertainment as well as mathematics and many many different algorithms in it and a deadline We once of the road is meant a muslim put on there but they just resold so we should try and the weaver very pessimistically plus weaver. starting beautiful He can do these universities. We are admiring from here that they have a much better team. Sunday would be those who would lead. But the thought okay. Let's give it a try so we put together a proposal and the we mainly based on our work in the question onset. Inca believe me or not. We made between the top twelfth. Who was elected as these semi-finalists that time and is brought us like two fifty For students and This money this was something fantastic because this monday helped me to keep the key people on board and no students receive money therefore four day fully concentrated on the problems. We were interested in which was the social. We stopped the to put it together. In a very practical by firestone stopped with trying cody allies debts time grew and neural networks and after a few attempts we thought. Okay that is. This does not work. It's very difficult. And we opt for very simple based system and started to grow a simple system and it worked it did something is and people were able to talk to it so we went on indie competition. The uber very surprised that we were doing very out. We saw on the leaderboard by Even two or the competing sites and we've had been we have been leading so we continued. We ended up in the final on the second sports which was unbelievable. Fantastic success v about twice in seattle Received the mind price in In las vegas so unbelievably nobody for a while. I was in las vegas but none of the students was ever in las vegas. Which is again something you cannot note. See anywhere else. Except in las dos.
The Music of World Showcase in EPCOT
"If i say the music of epcot what's the first song that comes to mind. Probably something from future world and as we covered extensively back on show six nine six ten future world has background scores and attraction and so show themes that not only. I think resonate with us but are enjoyed by us beyond just our time in the parks. They are on our playlists and in our ears when we drive run exercise. I'm obviously like reaching and assuming those last two or whether we're just relaxing at home but why which is my favorite word. And i think it's probably because so. Many of these songs were created by disney for disney they are original themes built around the theme using the time-tested recipe of what makes disney music so memorable but for the other half of the world. Showcase much of the music is not only traditional but helps to set the stage and represents the culture of the participating nation. And these aren't songs. I think that we would normally associate with a theme park experience. Either that is like if we're talking about walt disney world But some of my favorite songs. That dizzy songs are found in many of these background. Loops of not just future world. But some of these world showcase pavilions and they always seem to bring a smile to my face as they hear them. Whenever or wherever i am and i said on the intro to the epcot show that that the music is very much a melting pot of so many cultures ideas ideals technology and different flavors. And it's a place that you can hear music that is as diverse as the pavilions and cultures and speaking of diverse. I want to continue our musical journey from future world to world showcase once again with friends who helped kick off this musical odyssey so i'd like to welcome back to the show. Lisa denote glasner from the castle. Run and core memory candles dot com to be back. Jason connect from here with the magic and the after our show on the facebooks. Hello it's good to be back with you guys and the one and only zac brown from the one and only the zac brown show. Everybody excited to be here. So i am excited for this. And i'm curious to one because i want to see if hopefully we can beat or not break record long. Our future world discussion was. But i think and i'm curious because we don't talk about this ahead of time how this may differ. Because i think again so many of those future world songs and themes are ones that we can mention by name. Papillon came up again. I think exactly you know if it was a drinking game and papillon was your word. You're in some serious trouble but so much of world showcases different because one. We can't pronounce many of the names the songs they don't necessarily roll off the tongue and they're not one that we might necessarily know by name but we know in terms of how they make us feel and they are there are some pavilions that have themes or some that. Just have background music that we enjoy very quickly. When and they'll round in the same order. When you think of world showcase when you think of world showcase music what is the first song idea pavilion. Thought that comes into your mind for me. I remember when we sat down to do or when was sitting down to prep for the future world. Show i joked that. I've never felt so prepared and so unprepared at the same time for a topic because it was like it was a topic. That's just sort of ingrained in my soul but at the same time i didn't know quite how i was going to articulate it and This show said hold by juice because like the rest of disney right is supposed to sort of insulate you from the rest of the world and i think the unique thing about showcases that it has the opposite job. It's supposed to transport you into the rest of the world. And so while you know so much of the music throughout disneyworld otherwise as supposed to sort of encapsulate you and bring you into this place. You know. the imaginary kind of didn't do their job right right if they did. If that's the result of in world showcase because the point of showcases to make you feel like you're not in central florida. It's supposed to make you feel like you're traveling around the world. As you're walking around world showcase so i don't know if i have a quick good answer to like what song first comes to mind. it i mean i could say something. Easy like golden dream of course. Which is you know sure. We'll talk about that more But now i think it's it's like background stuff. Like le vian rose and like the stuff that green and like that. The the the music that i just associate. Because i'm here. So much with walking around world showcase but at the same time you know like you said in the intro. It's not necessarily music that you're supposed to associate with a theme park. Don't you have a green sleeve. The greens leave story to which will have to get to. Because i remembered crossing the bridge an international gateway with you and i said isn't the screen sleeves using it yet and then you told me a story from your childhood is i am. I am right. I mean who doesn't have a green sleeve story like there's a green sleeve story and i want to don't jump ahead of ourselves but that really from my childhood i whistle. Inslee leaves all the time and it makes my mother crazy. Maybe i was just hoping it was from your childhood. Okay i i mean to answer the question. What's the first song pavilion jumps to mind. It's gotta be mexico and it's got to be the three cobb heroes right like that's got to be no actually. It's not that i think. The the for me world showcase had an anthem and no it can't be eliminations but it had an anthem. It would be basically the soundtrack to impress his france. Of course which. I am super excited about francine far away i know he s- t and wonderful. We'll get there For me it's kind of an unfair answer. I think about the international gateway. It's kind of this. Great little collaboration of everything that you're going to experience it's kind of the coming attractions. You know like lisa said you've got le vian rose and you've got a little bit of music piping in from like the china pavilion and everything just kind of blends and it just sets the overall tone and of prepares you for the pallet. That is in front of you whether it be musical or food you kind of preps you and gets you in the mindset that is world showcase and for me you know if i was to close my eyes and just say world showcases a couple of songs that jumped right to the top but one of them and this is actually a great way for us to begin. I think is. There is a world showcase background loop and being disney enthusiasts that you are. I'm pretty sure. It exists on your iphone or ipod your spotify playlist because this is one of the ones that i think people do have an play when their home or even in their cars or when they're working or walking or just relaxing and while you might not necessarily know the names of the songs if you were to listen through it and serbia following along this. This item list of the music yelich like. Yes inca dance by cousteau. That's my favorite song. Although you wouldn't walk into sam goody's not that there's a sam goodies but go with me here. You wouldn't walk in goodies and say i need incan dance on forty five guys have that. But i love the world showcase loop that you can hear on both entrances to where you could. We'll talk about some of the changes that came about relatively recently but those are some of the songs that i hear that like the future world entrance mentally
"inca" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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Revision Host Maurice Cherry Interviews Danny Shaw, Director of Digital Design and Branding at Brandshare
"All right. Let's get to the interview this week. I'm talking with danny shaw design educator located in new york city. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do all right. Thanks for having me. I'm danny shaw. I'm a design educator. Most of the time also product manager when need to be a project manager as well and at the co- at the end of the day. I'm still a designer multi multi-disciplined design of course across the digital space. Okay how has twenty twenty one been for you so far. Twenty twenty one i mean. What are we with thirteen days. Then will far personally has been fine. You know but just looking at the world around me. You would be hard pressed to say that right but personally has been fine so far. So i'm grateful for that How was last year. I know you know the pandemic really kind of turned everyone's world upside down to some sort away. How did you get the year. Last year was a lot. I think a lot of people was ally of me personally. A lot of personal relationships it greatly impacted things for instance my grandparents who visit my grandparents all the time multiple times throughout the eddie live atlanta. I have not been able to see them. And that's really been a tough pill to swallow on person aside and not being able to see other relatives so that's definitely been hard but then which is probably roundabout way on the professional side. It's it's been probably one of the most busiest of hat professionally. A lot of business in the landscape changes so fast rapidly where the digital acceleration accelerated even more than the pace that it was already at which impacted my inbox in my email. People me up for advice and counsel and job. So it's been a mixed bag is definitely been a mix. Let's focus on work for a minute here. You're the director of digital design and strategy for a company called brand share. What does brands share. Do all right. So shit is e commerce marketing company in for a lot of people who may not be familiar with that concept and idea. We work with a lot of. Cpg burns consumer packaged goods such as emmons but if a lot of the packaging goods that we see on a regular basis as consumers so we work with these companies in regards to the marketing strategy. Introducing them to the market gaining insights and data on these new products that's being introduced to the market and we partner with them on their strategy and execution and how the scale they are offering to the audience at large in a nutshell. It comes across multiple channels digital in person shipping. We do a lot of experts. You things as well so Touch on a lot of areas with these brands trying to get as far as being the partner between the brands and these new products. That's trying to the market. In services and reaching that specific audience that the china targeting reach for their respective products. How did you first get started there at the time. I was transitioning from a position that i was working. At in north carolina as product manager and at the time there was some organizational changes. And i was looking in north carolina and and doing that and just going back and forth between new york and chronic to get my fares in order and iran ran to the person who became my manager So we just ran into each other. We used to work in the past at time. inca essence. She just told me she was working there. She was she just started. She was trying to build a team. She was looking for some freelance designers and asked me if i would be open to discuss it and i i'm open to discussing. I was just transitioned from the last role and said hey you know this might be something of interest for me. While i'm transitioning to china figure out the next and then it just happened to work out. Well we worked well together. I've worked with the rest of the team. And i'm working on the designs and floor the digital initiatives and then it just kind of kept going from there into full-time role and then may stand with the company and so forth. What does the team. Makeup look like autumn. Agean you've got designers because you mentioned design but do you work with so i work with everybody. We work with everybody. So i have Outside of me to other designers on my team i work with the vp of marketing. A record the bp digital. We're we're not. We're about fifty. I'll not that big. So we're about fifty person staff based in new york and of pennsylvania so i pretty much everybody to chairman of the company as well That the president. It really depends on the project. What's what needs to be done. You get to intimate environment. So i kind of get to work with everybody account managers and so forth as well now given that the company sizes is so small like what's a typical daylight now because i would imagine you all are not able to get together in an in an office or you now while the pennsylvania offices so they are all the way the to set up a lot of the new york office we are. We're all remote right to be clear. And we were based in midtown manhattan midtown manhattan but The pa office depending on the circumstances on what might be needed. Maybe like a photo shoot or something like that. Some members still going to office but for the most part is still pretty much remote as well. So yeah but a typical day. Nowadays is really. Just you know looking at Obviously out calendar in the before just trying to coordinate on the bear. Risk projects and initiatives looking at tickets. You know gotta look at these tickets to see what's to was the status of status meetings just to kind of make sure that we're on track with a lot of things calls a foul benders looking at roadmap. There's a lot of. I would say a lot of time. Put was president planning a lot more so than in the past so so to speak. It really varies. I really wouldn't even know what to say. What did with low but my on a log. I'm pretty much aware of what my day is already gonna look like just because i leave when i log out. I just see what. I have lined up for the next day. So usually it's a mix between meetings. Some our collaborate with the design team once needed as well as account manager for any new requests checking on the status of ongoing projects as well touching base with the vp of digital. For any other items. That might be down the line sometimes. I am checking in with some of our dev engineers team on the status of things as managing few about digital initiatives and ecommerce sites. Yeah it really ranges mountain towns. I'm looking at analytics in number. Metrics is to see if you know some insights in in regards to the strategy. And make sure we're on pace. We're doing the right thing. There's room for improvement in always looking for some wounds improvements as well so it really varies. Throughout the day. Monday tuesday could be two completely different. Days does sound like a lot. Yes it's it's cool but yeah it can vary a lot. Have you had to adopt any sort of new like strategies or workflows over the past year. Yeah sure well. They tend to crack jokes on me. Because i am like the uae. Try to organize one. You know being a project manager and in the past and project management roles a really try to align and keep things as organiz as feasibly possible. So i think i've definitely had been allowed strong advocate for that. Not just for myself but across the team especially during kobe right so that one thing that be really just had to really make adjustments for the communication on big on communication. I think a lot of not just designed problems. I think a lot of problems in general could be resolved if we communicate elopement so readily had to be strategic in how we communicate and open up communications to help foster solutions especially now that we're not all in this together we can't just walk over to someone and so forth so the communication was definitely gonna be safe there and also iguanas when everything for his hidden in in the world changed right before. Is i do think aloud people kind of know what to do right. So we worked in mit working past normal times and things like that and i think for me was at a place where it had to be diligent about. Okay shut off. There's only so much you can do. And i think not just for me. A lot of people had to make that adjustment as well with the state of the world. Yeah i know a lot of think. It was last year right around the time that the that the pandemic happened. Or the the lockdown started to happen. I was talking with a lotta people for the show who they had either just started a new job in like now it's day for and their mentor. Work from home continually or they're having a tough time to transition from being in the office to now having to sort of work in this synchronous sort of fashion right. And i will say to me. Just because i've had roles in the past where i've worked remote merola north carolina. It was a big remote work environment. Culture prior i would go into the office but it was nothing to see a member who was working remote that day for various reasons. It was very flexible. People have kids people have health issues. We worked with teams across the country. Kind of remote teams across the country engineer so it was never never felt like everybody had to be all his so for me. I was comfortable already transitioned into a more remote environment but this has been the most. I don't know if this is the most remote. I just to show. Has there been like one thing that you've gotten that's really helped you make that adjustment pretty. Well bob meditated. On is i. I really got into a meditation a bit more. Just read different philosophies at least for me just trying to make sense of everything that was going on you know i. I don't have the head. Space is the head. Space app was very very helpful. Helped me sleep more consistently in and things like that. We all just trying to figure out what works for us right. I didn't feel i needed. I wasn't really looking for anything. I was going to make me a better employee anyway. On it I think i was more concerned with was going to help me maintain some schmidt to help during all this time. Yeah so like when it comes to working on a new project or with a new client. What does that creative process look like with you being the director strategy. I know you've got the team under you. What does that sort of process look like from start to finish well. It really varies. Because the relationship that we have with declines it changes in some cases we are more or less facilitators and creative may already common just working on a strategy how to execute it for them and what are the proper market in digital media channels so to speak and then other times. We are developing in design in house. And when that happens of course that's when the standard procedures. What's what's the goal was the objectives. What are we trying to achieve was the demographics that research behind it first before we start opening programs right trying to get an understanding of what the client needs. What goes let's the. Kpi was the measurement of success prior to all of that and then basically looking at our offerings the now tools and resources to see how we can best executed across the board. It may not always be digital 'execution it might be exponential execution might be Just some inserts in getting them the scanty oracle's taken you know micro sites and things like that might be a newsletter campaigns and stuff like that so it does vary but i think we start each project just trying to warn just get an understanding of what are the key goals and objectives and. How do we facilitate that. That making sure that we have the right information to go about executing properly across creative across strategy and course execution as well
An Indigenous Mixtape from Lima, Peru
"Basically this week's episode is a catch wa language mix tape and this mix tape starts with track. One introducing librado. Yeah that's clearly now my voice. I'm getting mixed eight hosting help from my friend. Dj just john. Okay here we go now. That's lebron connie emceeing at the national theatre here in lima. This past february he's rapping in a mix of spanish and catch wa if you haven't heard of catch wa that's kind of the point. It's the most widely spoken indigenous language and latin america about ten million people speak it and liberal bringing it to people in a whole new way. His mc name librado. Connie means i am a free man and a call and response you hear throughout his concerts is catch wa is resistance. I met librado while in lima peru. And i was in lima on this. Totally non far-flung gig filming young rappers and beat makers which have been doing on and off for the past seven years all over the world priscilla. Anyway i've always been interested in ways. Music leads to cultural mashups like catch one hip hop and how that intersects with identity and the way people feel about themselves and when it comes to documenting hip hop it's always a cool story when different languages and traditions get mixed into the music but it's kind of hard to tell what that mixing means. What does it mean. When someone is wrapping in their ancestral language does that relate to a language living or dying and house. All that culturally significant politically significant. When does it lead to change on. Its face it might seem like the fight for catch. Wise is about lima's pride in their past and that's true but there's another crucial thing at stake here. It's the ability for indian culture to survive and to evolve into the future so to get the significance of what liberals doing we need to start with some background on ketchaoua. But you don't hear much catch. What outside of the countryside in peru ever since colonisation spanish has been the dominant language of government. Business education. Really life in general. And there's of course all kinds of cultural implications with that as well in the broncos music though you don't hear any of that higher he swapping between languages constantly and letting catch while on hooks his call and responses. He's young but he's like a classic ninety s hip hop head and when we hung out. He seemed really comfortable in his skin and sincere about everything. Oh and heads up. We were talking spanish most of this interview. So you'll hear some overdub. English shorter track to deepen the andean bronx. This is teach them what either made from purple corn. It's very delicious from corn. You can even make teacher. They hold a credible. We're walking down along. Walk walking for a little bit. We are eating a kind of Proven popcorn and we're drinking a purple corn based drink. Ginger morava balmy out here. It's not that hot again. Noisy sirens is a cultural hub for peruvians. It's like they're la and new york matching into one about ten million people live here and the population's growing we're walking through downtown. Lima librado told me that when he went to new york to perform for the first time in two thousand eighteen a lot of what he saw reminded him of home unusual ways. You told the crowd that he realized he was like a rapper from the indian. Bronx they loved it. You know. he's a rapper. So he's good with metaphor and there's something very hip hop about his light experience. He grew up in a world that was hostile towards identity specifically his indian catch. Wasp became identity twenty mike cornell so librado wrapping and catch wa flowed great to my ear as someone who didn't have a lot of linguistic and cultural context. It's just good sound but sometimes locals were shocked to hear the language mixed into hip hop track three welcome to the donkey belly sky. And what are those. Locals is my friend oscar durand he's producing and basically co hosting this episode with me. Oscar grew up in lima in the eighties. And i left peru in two thousand two to study and live abroad as a photo journalist. The first time that occurred without those music. I was surprised you know he was not the first time i catch wa. I heard it when i was in crew. Obviously but it was the first time that i hear someone rapping ikeja and he was a new context for language at the energy. So i knew that. I had to meet this guy told me the story man. I wasn't there so you know. I already heard about him. So i was really curious about his because as a journalist i have my my antennas. You always scanning for interesting stories to last time when i was visiting peru i was there for work. I send a message of media and she told me. have this concert. why don't you come. I couldn't make it but him and his band were playing this rehearsal space so i just went and then we start chatting and it was just such great energy because i felt like i knew these guys forever and then they start playing and it was just the most amazing experiences having peru because he had this concert just for myself. But what was it about him that shocked locals. I mean there's great musicians in peru for sure. So what was it about librado. That made him stand out. Well its first surprising to catch on. Because when i was growing up catcher was really around me in school. Remember catcher being mentioned in our history class when we were talking about the inca empire our glory days but those days are long gone and many people would not associate catcher with innovation or success.
The Amish Pandemic Sewing Frolic
"It was friday april tenth. Two thousand twenty. The pandemic was really starting to roar. Ppe was scarcely in the supply chains. Were already breaking down. Every hospital was scrambling to find enough masks gowns and face shields. It was already every state every institution for itself. It was everywhere in the papers. Page one page to page three on page nine of the new york times dateline creek ohio. A headline cut on ape. Make a sewing frolic in ohio. The amish take on the corona virus. The story struck a deep chord in a state with us throughout these long months. The way this isolated centuries old self. Reliant community was rising to the occasion and collaborating with the world. Outside was something we wanted to know more about your attempt to record story. A new collaboration was born in that way that the pandemic has triggered all manner of new collaborations artists. Laurie anderson ohio born designer stacey hoover and producer. Evan jacoby all joined with the kitchen sisters to bring these voices to wear today. The kitchen sisters present. The great amish sewing frolic sugar creek. Ohio inca i. John miller manufacturer here with deep connections to the close knit amish community of central of got a call from cleveland clinic. When i get a call from purchasing cleveland cleaning at midnight i know needs. The hospital system was struggling to find protective face masks for it's fifty five thousand employees plus visitors. I thought about the fact that every amish lady in a community knows how we could then utilize the talents of the ladies into to make protective gear. Could his team so twelve thousand dollars. In two days he appealed to abe choi. Kind a local lumber neil and goods business and leader in the amish community. I called deep. Troyer and said make a sewing frolic a day later. Mr troyer had signed up sixty amish home. Seamstresses and cleveland clinic sewing from was i made patriotic ones. I think mine are also the other ones are from my sister. Sarah may meet those jeff. I am rudy Homemade candies. I'm curious sister. I am esther troyer. We had the candy store in the basement of our house. Frolic usually is using up as barn. Succumb people come from all around spectators as well as i have. Four course meal nash. Potatoes some kind of me sal desert. Some kind of dessert should be retire. But that doesn't pay the bills. So i can do this. The frolic of masks sewing is just. It's a group getting together doing a project as good. 'cause i went to egypt troyer to bring supplies. He's got three or four women in his own that console and they were cutting. The little wire knows please. That goes in the mass to conform to your nose on the kitchen table. Literally within three days the sewing machines were set up we had. I'm running in times like this. When can't have you no more than ten people in a room together you know. There's there's around. Ten thousand sewing machines in amish homes abe went and recruited sixty or one hundred sewers literally overnight and we may twelve thousand masks for cleveland clinic and forty eight hours that then turned into an order for one hundred forty thousand which scaled again. Currently we are making seven hundred and thirty eight thousand masks for the state of ohio.
Manure for Enlightenment
"Mall. Thanks for coming on my pleasure. Dan great v. here. So let's start. I'm sure you're not surprised that i'm going to start here with your personal story as i understand it. A big landmark in your personal and contemporary of development was going to prison. Can you tell that story. Yeah absolutely. I'll try to relatively briefly so yes that was A really important time for me. I spent fourteen years in federal prison. How did i get there. I was one of those baby boomers that came of age in the sixties kind of classic angry young man graduate from high school in nineteen sixty eight completely. Disillusion daily naked justifiably or not. That's what was going on with me. Both families up but a lot to do with the cultural stuff. All the assassinations and so forth and i grew up in the midwest roman catholic up being basically good family but we out her issues. Alcoholism and things like that. There was quite painful. Sixty eight was one of the multiple two issues culturally in this country. I just went headlong into the counterculture went off to a big state university but really majored and drugs and rock and roll and antiwar politics and any other crazy again bombed in. But i'd always been a spiritual seeker. In fact my family always thought i was going to go into the priesthood early on or something like that so i'd always been as brutal secret. I continued that all along. And so i ended up eventually leaving the country. I just became so alienated. I in part to get away from the drug culture house and baldin and partic- nixon was reelected. I i just wanted to get out and also was on this search for something authentic. I remember at a time in my childhood when i felt really plugged into reality things. We're very ribbon. Really been magical and that kind of just gone away at some point and that's probably a normal developmental process. But i never made peace with it so i was always hungry for that looking for that and you know the drugs were some mirage of that but obviously with a lot of baggage and if you got a hole in your gut indicative propensities that can take you down a lot of twisted roads. So i did leave the country star traveling as an ex pat throughout latin america. And and that was very transformative time. I've spent a year living on a sailboat to another guy night a small native both that we learned how to sail and kind of an incredible life for a while and just living off the ocean literally and and then sold. The boat continued to south. American and i had some notion about getting to prue and finding something magical there and had nothing to do with drugs. I don't know where. I got the idea but i did get there and did. Discover something quite magical. They're just environmentally. There was some kind of real magic in the environment. And unfortunately the first time i came back to the states. When i ran out of money. I had to come back and work for a while. I couldn't bring them with me. So i realized you know it was still environmental and anyway this went on and eventually at near the second time i fell into or may choices rather engaging kind of small time cocaine smuggling originally just i was i had a connection and i would purchase something for people who are coming down and smugglers and i can make like a thousand dollars and live off that for six months down there so i continued like that for a while eventually got involved smuggling myself to come back to the us. And you know that kind of path remained intertwined. While before i could pull it apart. But when i came back for the us for was to go to nairobi university. I'd been trying to practice on my own for a couple years. High mountains impro- in a little place that bay remote valley up above the sacred valley. The incas and i zeroed in on the tibetan buddhist tradition reading the few books that were available at that time. And and then when i someone actually showed up at my house there with a copy of rolling stone magazine in nineteen seventy four with an article about that first summer session. It was kind of legendary in boulder at neuropathy vendor open institute and when i saw trump firm shades name i just knew i had to go there and so i did and went. Got my master's degree there. It was very intense. Contempt would've or clinical contemporary psychology program. And that was very transformative in the process. I became a student but i kept his other shadow. Part of my life a secret for quite a while from teacher from everyone i would disappear once or twice a year. I was able to live outside. The system continued to pursue my interest and so forth and my marriage was falling apart. I kept those problems at bay with money. And so i had all this cognitive dissonance and when i was traveling with my teacher which i was very fortunate to some develop that relationship and travel with him a lot as one of his primary attendance and when i was on retreats and i spent about half the year and retreats programs are traveling with him and then i was leading a very sane life and now go to this completely crazy life back and forth and before i could tease that apart i ended up earning my way into what originally looked like a thirty year. No parole prison sentence
The Hotshot Crews, And How They Assist In Fighting Wildfires
"Nearly a hundred million acres. California is a big state and during the two thousand twenty wildfire season over eight thousand eight hundred fires have contributed to the burning of nearly four point five million acres making it the largest fire season in California's modern history to put that in context, the twenty twenty-five have been more than the last three years combined with five of the six biggest fires in California's history happening this year unfortunately, there's been over ten thousand four hundred structures that have been damaged or destroyed, and at least thirty one fatalities relating to the wildfires. Today over fifty, six, hundred firefighters continue to battle twenty, two wildfires in the Golden State hotshot crews are the most highly trained skilled and experienced type of hand crews. Hotshot crews made up twenty, two, twenty, two wildland firefighters who respond to lodge high priority fires across the state and the nation and fight the most challenging part of the fire. They are trained and equipped to work autonomously in remote areas for extended periods of time with little or no logistical support. The Texas Canyon Hotshot crew located in the Santa Clara Valley in Southern California was established back in nineteen, fifty four. Zuni Indian served as firefighters with Texas Canyon until the one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven, fire season, and the knife wing can't Cina is the official symbol of the crew. which has fought fires in just about every western state including Alaska. I catch up with Justin good who's been hotshot with Texas Canyon crew for five years. Justin is about to deploy to her eighth fire of the season what you're about to hear. Past no views and opinions not those of the US Forest Service or for that matter anyone else. I stopped by asking just dean about pets which is trying to quiet down. So I have have a couple of animals. So I have chip he's a Yorkie. Very small but very brave, and then I also have a mini pig that you know as many pigs are not that many once they totally grow about seventy pounds. He still sleeps in bed with me mostly on the couch and just hangs out. And these two they they don't really get along but they don't get along that makes sense. But there's probably a whole instagram feed of dogs and pigs. There is which is influenced by I was trying to get him to like you know sleep in the same bed together and they'd never do but you know whatever nobody likes his like instagram. Well if anyone's life is life, ANC Ram it might be you you. You're kind of like a real life action hero. Funny I was thinking about that like the more you get to know someone the more you realize. Only God. Everything. So maisy Minnie actually like see how it really is. Your odd everybody's got. Everyone's the same. You know you never got problems. Is a Texas. Kenyon, hotshot just incas you all one I am a Texas cannon hotshot. It really is cool. So it's like it seems probably pretty arrogant actually call yourself. A hotshot is literally in our job name. So we're. Probably done a little bit more research to find out exactly how many hotshot cruised are are in the nation. There's not a ton of us. It's a pretty. Small. Amount of of groups. So we're basically like a special uses module that go too hard to access difficult access portions of the fire or fires. So a lot of time with wildfires they might start off the road, but then they burn up kinda going towards the middle of nowhere or they start from a lightning strike in the middle of nowhere they're very difficult to access and you're not gonna be able to drive up there and put Jose from the road says where we come in were a hand crew. So we either hike in or we fly in to get those more difficult portions the fires
After a 7-Month Wait, This Tourist Got Machu Picchu All to Himself
"Jesse Takayama traveled all the way from Japan to Peru to visit Machu Pichu. Seven months ago. Yesterday, he finally got his wish Officials opened the Inca ruins just for him. Three. Amazing thank you. The country is planning to reopen the site to visitors again in November at 30% of normal
Seattle to require minimum wage for Uber, Lyft drivers
"Under the ordinance, effective in January. The drivers will now learn at least $16.39 per hour. The law, modeled after a similar regulation in New York City aims to reduce the amount of time drivers spend cruising without a passenger by paying drivers more during those times. That's your money now. Jennifer Cash Inca Comeau News, saying Anything too
The history of potatoes
"Like corn and tomatoes, the potato was born in the Americas before it conquered the world, they come from the spine of mountains that run all the way down from from Chile all the way up through the Andes and really into the Rocky Mountains Rebecca Earl is a historian at the University of Warwick where she focuses on the history of food and on the history of Spanish America and potatoes are bang in the middle of her ven diagram potatoes are from the. Andes that much is clear. The earliest wild potato ancestor that's been identified is from the shores of Lake. TITICACA on the Peruvian side but there are a lot of potato varieties claimed by a lot of folks in the region. In fact, there have been some recent disputes between Chile and Peru over attempts by Peru to patent whole variety number of potatoes as being Peruvian and of it and part of our national patrimony. So where they originate doesn't sit so neatly. Onto national frontiers, wild potatoes bread, and down the America's they've even been found in Utah but it wasn't until about eight thousand years ago. The people in the Andes started to domesticate these kind of unpromising marble sized super bitter tubers. Potatoes came to form a really important part of life in the Andes because they can grow an incredibly inhospitable conditions I've traveled in the Andes. In Peru and not only did I get intense altitude sickness but people farming there look like. They're hanging off the side of the mountains the Andes. Are Super Tall and super steep. It's just rough terrain for growing things in the whole of Peru only something like three percent of the land is classified suitable for growing crops compared to twenty one percent of the US but for the potato, no problem at flourishes in those conditions. So yeah, the potato was a big deal in the region, but it was still the food of the people it was essential not special. Unlike the other big American staple corn planting of the maize crop was something that the Inca himself oversaw of the ruler himself planted symbolic wro of as as part of a big ceremony and there was a team priests who would prey over the course of the year to ensure good maize harvest and it was a whole lot of ritual associated with with maize the empire. was not very interested in potatoes. They saw potatoes kind of lowly everyday food that didn't have great spiritual resonance Mrs Going to be a theme with the potato that said on that lowly local level. The potato did have spiritual resonance. It was a day. T called the potato mother who looked over the potato harvest and ensured that it grew well. So it was very important not. Just in terms of Diet. But in terms of kind of ritual spiritual life on village, this was something the Spanish conquistadors picked up on right away when they showed up in the fifteen hundreds. So they said Oh these the people here eat a kind of route, which is the bread of the Indians as they put it they were always comparing it back and forth to. European. Bread they said it is their bread which meant it was the staple. It was the backbone of the Diet that said the Spaniards knew it didn't taste like bread. This is how a Spaniard described the potato. It's the very first written description that survives potatoes are something like Spanish truffles aside from being a bit bigger and not as tasty. They said potatoes, they are a thing. Like chestnut or a bit like a truffle oil parsnips they grow underground there were route and they eat them the way that we parsnips of the way that we eat chestnuts. So they quickly drew connections between. A variety of different things? Some root vegetables like Parsnips, turnips, and somethings like chestnuts that we might not think a potato is exactly like the texture is not on similar. If you bake a chestnut, you end up with something a bit mealy but like a potato Europeans brought this new truffle chestnut food back to Europe with them although we don't know exactly when like many crops that have spread around the world people didn't always record when they first saw it. It seems like the potato landed on the shores of Europe somewhere in. The second half of the fifteen hundreds I to the Canary Islands and then to mainland Spain and from there they spread across Europe and around the world. But in terms of how potatoes caught on, there's an old story that has stuck around for a long time. It's almost become conventional wisdom and it's that the peasants in Europe were pretty reluctant to give potatoes a try the old story is that peasants are inherently conservative and will not do anything new. They will not try unfamiliar cultivation techniques they won't eat new food they're they're basically backward-looking and highly superstitious and regard the novel with skepticism. So there's an old story that says peasants looked at potatoes and they said this food is not in the Bible we will not eat it and they said our grandparents didn't grow this food and we will not grow it added to that. There was the unfortunate fact that the potato is part of. The. Same Botanical family of the deadly nightshade. So that's kind of suspect and the potato doesn't grow from seed like a normal crop instead you so little bits of the potato the ground I mean, why would you trust plant like that? Europeans didn't understand this. They thought it was the food of the devil. There's a whole lot of old writing from decades. By historians who say that, Europeans looked potatoes and when they saw them, they saw something freaky on weird.
La Casa Matusita
"In many ways Lokossa to see sita is more legend than a place whispers surrounded in its neighborhood, Lima Peru and none of the stories about it entirely match they weave in and out of each other never forming a complete picture. Various businesses operated on the first floor of the two story building near the intersection Espana and Gossip Lhasa, de la Vega at us. But the top floor apartment rarely manages to keep an occupant. The each window that lines the wall is surrounded by cheery golden paint and Teal Trim. The Place Somehow always feels dark and closed in. Visitors find themselves assaulted by violent, but unseen forces, tortured cries and flying objects. A priest to attempted to exercise the building was heard screaming before he was found dead due to an apparent heart attack. The name itself derives from one of the legends surrounding. Qasim to see to. The Legend tells of Japanese immigrant by the name of much. Sita who killed his wife and her lover after discovering them in Flagrante. When he realized his children would never forgive him. He killed them as well before taking his own life. There are no historical records confirming this quadruple homicide ever occurred but allegedly, there are property records that Saint Immigrant family did occupy the building. At some point it is likely the name stuck due to rampant xenophobic sentiment in Peru during the first half of the twentieth century. Japanese immigrants began coming to Peru at the end of the eighteen hundreds and their numbers grew in decades that followed. By the nineteen forties however anti-japanese rioting and protests broke out in Lima result of long-standing xenophobia and the pressures of World War, two. The idea of an East Asian, immigrant holding a property like Mukasa, Macho Sita would stick in the minds of xenophobic Peruvians. But the legends of dark happenings at Mukasa Mata. Sita date back centuries before Mr Montecito set foot in south. America. The origin story of this haunting is actually about a very different kind of immigrations. Dare. VASA. Knew they were coming for her? She thought that her neighbors might be more just standing here than they've been in Europe but she learned however that hatred looks the same no matter where she went. When she was little dare Vassilios father told her that her blood, the blood of Persians south of it dynasty was the most rare in the. And while dare boat had been blessed with keen wit and a sharp tongue, she was a long way from Persia and the Peruvian locals had no qualms about reminding her. Not only did they find her form of prayer abhorrent? They resented the fact that she lived alone. She didn't need anyone to provide for her when found themselves in trouble she was the one to help them out with herbs and healing hands. She expected their protection and return, but even they bowed to the KISTA doors. She tried not to blame them. Many of her neighbors could still be calm when the INCA had ruled this land and not the Spanish. Some said, they had seen the fires that burned the Great General Chow Gucci Mock. They had heard that threats of Pizarro to burn their now murdered emperor at two Wolpe to. The Spanish said they were the fires of God and like Derek boats talents, her neighbors called it magic. Their fastball correct them magic was a tool for evil not a way to Allah or to their God's.
"inca" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The scene unfolding last night near West 10th Avenue and North Inca police responding and found an armed man threatening people in a vehicle. Denver police division chief on Thomas the officers immediately extra their vehicles and challenge that person who was threatening those individuals in the Kel, that individual, then turned their attention, toe the officers and began advancing on the officers and the threatening manner. Uh, the officers continue to issue challenges to the individual to drop the weapon and stopped their advance and ultimately fired shots of the individual. It is unclear how many shots were fired. The suspect was taken to the hospital. His condition is unknown. No officers were injured. Been more than a month since five members of an immigrant family from Senegal were killed in an arson fire near there. Denver Homer in there Denver home, Two of the dead were Children. Still no arrests. Now the reward for information to solve the crime has been raised of $40,000. Members of the immigrant community asking for help. Yeah, begging me on the ground. Anything you know, Please come forward to help us solve this crime. A crime stoppers bulletin shows two people in hoodies and vast leaving the area. Lieutenant Matt Clark says an arrest would answer a simple question. Why? Why did this happen? How wide this family and why? In this way you can contact Crime stoppers at 7 to 0913 Stop Gerry Bell. Keohane NewsRadio. President Trump is defending his early response to the cove in 19 pandemic. During several interviews with legendary journalist Bob Woodward, the president said he didn't know he wanted to downplay the illness. Speaking to Fox News, he says he didn't want to create a frenzy. I gave it a little bit of a shot Sounds like it's not going to be good. But if you look at what I said today, I said Don't paddock. We don't want to be jumping up and down and going while Don't panic, make you leader for this country, and I don't want to see panic. The interviews are part of Woodward's book Rage, which comes out next week. November opponent Joe Biden is reacting to the revelations in that book. Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned President Trump over revelations He knew the risks of Kobe 18 in early February long before the White House declared a national emergency march 13th. Six days later, Trump is on tape, saying he still likes to play it down. He knew about covert 19.
Trump calls for drug tests before Biden debate
"The president trump has spoken to the Washington Examiner yesterday in the Oval Office and he saying that he would like Joe Biden and himself to take drug tests before the debates begin next month. And they asked him why do you think that Joe Biden might be on drugs INCAS, listen I I'm pretty good at this stuff. He says that Joe Biden performed very well during the debate against Bernie Sanders and he said there's just no way. He can pull it together that quickly let's bless you. Nice little sticky. Your. Trump says he takes one aspirin a day, but he would like drug tests. The V. Before the debate start I think it's at the end of next month and to September Well, you know what he's doing, right? No he saying Yawkey accused me of so much stuff out of nowhere. This. Just so ridiculous even even trying to get me out of office with impeachment and all these things that were made up none of it ever. True. I'm. GonNa Start Making up some stuff on you I'm just going to start coming up with things out of the blue. To throw a show, see what it's like. He did have an interesting about the debate. He said, well, it's a prize fight. It's no different from gladiators except we have to use our brain and our mouth and our body to stand I want all standing. They want to sit down which I thought was an interesting thing. I WANNA be standing during the debate. They won't have chairs so I duNNo. A lot of posturing at this but the part of that is strength. Of, strength. vice. President Cheney has major major heart problems. So when he was in the vice presidential debates when it was he and Bush were the the team. He had to sit down for his because of his heart condition and that was part of the agreement with that. But if you're not, if you're not having, you know if you don't have any kind of health condition that would prevent you from stain I thought they would do. You remember or not but. I thought they would do several debates in several different ways like one would be standing. One would be sitting would be a town hall kind of setting the way I, remember there there are stools and when it was your turn to speak, you would stand and or and so that with the other person was speaking, you'd go back and sit on your stool. Then when it was your time, you would stand and. Come forward to speak to the people in the room that was one of Hillary Clinton's big complaints about one of those debates where they had the stools in a town hall setting and instead of when he was done, he wouldn't go sit back in his chair he kinda stand eight feet or so behind her and just kind of pace back and forth and she said she felt at ver as like it was. What do you call that? He was talking her coming like he was stalking her and trying to be you know what that's called that's called Gamesmanship. What people do he figured out? I'm not going I'm going to change this up. I'm GONNA throw her off her game by I'm not GONNA, sit? I'm going to stand. It's it's it's strategy. Yeah I. Remember when I remember this because I'm ninety one years old. But during the Bush Al Gore debate when they were doing the townhall went on the stools and Bush, was answering a question that was asked to him and Al Gore. Walk Right and got in his face. And he stopped and looked at him like Hey. Buddy. And then just went on with the stuff was a great. You know you've got a good laugh out of it. I mean he taxes he's privacy going. Hey if you get on my space yeah, I, remember that because it was a big deal that. Gore tried to intimidate him in Bush just kind of made everybody laughed in Gore had to step back and then it. A mistake that Al Gore may again, they do all kinds of that little strategy game what they say when they shake hands, what do they say because a lot of times people will say something to kind of make you reek wha, what did that mean rise to make you think before you start but in the the the Romney Campaign Against Obama that vice presidential debate biden wipe the floor. With the what's his name? The Republican? He was the speaker of the House and he he's a Paul Ryan. All Ryan. Yeah he's a he's a fake. Yeah. Fake conservative. And Yeah Biden. whipped him in the debate. Yes. So he's he's not a bad debater if he's if he's Going on his own. So the strategy begins now I guess, of course,
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Lemonade does no way after the lion beyond say has gained her stripes in this community. Her in this means the community area out of both. Have both you know they can put whatever the fuck they wanna put out. It will be great regardless but yeah thank you for that dope finding thank you for boosting me try. Watch it watch it. I was going to skip over because not an easy. The last half lemonade best fair lasts half. A lemonade was very pretty very pretty. So is this if anything watch it for like the aesthetic and how much does just the beyond say fetig. So it's beyond say but it's not lemonade. And that's why i really appreciate it. That like it's not the same thing she's always doing always done. Yeah in the beginning. She paid like a lot of like respect to like new orleans and that whole swamp area of houston and new orleans. But i think nasa and she i bet you she probably did like a research ancestry with it with lemonade. Pain respect in new orleans. This one. yeah she also she paid back to houston and new orleans in this use makes two different areas of africa and he shall songs Fi in each of the imagery shows up with each song exemplars area of africa different areas africa. They actually thought. I would like to see if she ever like. Put it out on. Dvd if she ever did like behind the scenes. 'cause 'cause beyond say like i i've always growing up. I always bought like her concerts on. Dvd and she always has like a behind the scenes alike watching she like. What's up the concept of her shows. All right i'm going to watch the that's a lot of beyond say comet commentary commentary with lack of skating. I i can't get matt. I like you're absolutely right about being frustrated at the criticism around black king. High felt the same way before i watched it..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
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"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"So i seen that happen in season two already but i mean it bothers me because i know i know that he can project bins likeness fourth and let him speak but he chooses not to for what what. Why why is that a choice. 'cause i know and he's tired of some student. It's tom i agree. I wish he was alive. I was with somebody. They could bring them back alive honestly. 'cause i don't like it. I feel like it's abusive. Then every time. I see him on screen. I feel bad for him. And i'm like this. White man is keeping him captive. I'm really interested in how you feel about the end of the season i revisited. Are we visited bro season. Two i finish it could avenue avenue bashi right crystal. You say you're going to try. What's movie ocean wife ways. I a slaps Music which offered me crystal fao turn on. I was reading this article on On a facebook. i'm trying to save it wrapped up now article. Okay my bad. All right. So i want to shout out jamila woods. I'm so mad. I was my own too so i'm gonna do a spotlight because she released the song caught. Soula seles beautiful if you. I don't know i'm gonna try to a quick background of saloon. Why it's so important. Sula is name is a book by Tony morrison which she is a major important black author. I love tony. Morrison death But the song is very beautiful Song very beautiful. So i can gone. I can talk about it forever..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"He talks a in tamaki author and sells them. You guys gotta go to dependence peninsula china because that's where one of the that's where we can investigate the first cataclysm right. Yeah the the author tamaki and team up with people from section four are boy. Oh goon and finding the big guy called juggernaut right uh-huh condemn close. I bill nice. So bad i wanna see it so bad. 'cause i know is weird. I know he's like long with big as hands. I can feel it. They're not but long though he involved with a pot belly like a ill. I think speaking of weird biden touted. Beano dammit oh thought. Just said they're randomly. Say why are you liked. Just weird as fuck. It is weird. His body is weird next. Yeah they're don't ownership to china Peninsula and that's pretty much last episode of the talking about the mission to investigate china chinese peninsula about the greek alcholism. Yeah so it's going to be. I think this is a slow aric dan. What's going to be the rest season. But it's no big deal. I just feel like once after this. They're probably going to give us a nice little. Here's some k. Here's some little chaos. I felt it. I know did i know did need that right. That's a episode. Five of season. Two five dollars. Cool with it Y'all got any slaps snaps loves what you so. Let me see i got. These are all going to be mainly youtube. Let me see if they're worth talking about. 'cause i don't think that really worth talking about but you know what i really wanna get into. I've been really trying my best to lie. Watch it. But i just have too much on my play Ocean waves. what is this that the name of it waves show. Yeah it's a movie by Miyazaki never heard of this came out in one thousand nine hundred ninety three. It's on a of course she know. Hbo max hbo mex has all the me is will the miyazaki films on their this. One happens to be on there So let me give you a little synopsis. it's not it comes from the Studio ghibli but his is arguing. Thank you that's why okay. Thank you believe. Student studio giblets kibbles and bits sorry sir. I thought it was by me as ocoee now. They just kinda makes me. Why up prime. So but i'm still gonna watch it though. That was good. But i've i've been wanting to watch it. It's been on my watch list forever so probably gonna watch it if not tonight then tomorrow..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Somebody has to have somebody. Somebody has to really put their as their feet. But they would have arkansas. And i mean on the end where you're not okay. I'm with the order you know saying. Of course they're going to be billons. But i mean somebody just radically making a decision. That i'm gonna just dude. Fuck i wanna do do. And i appreciate that characterization. I definitely think we're deputy against what does scare to has been teaching unless something completely shows me. He deserves it but right now. I don't think she needs a with it for right. Now be aired her and could be still well written. I do like in catholic editor. Even though she's annoying as hell annoying not really lesbian on is the only thing that annoys us about her is the fact that you so obviously choose the wrong side for no reason other than you it. And you don't have a actual reason other than how does it make girl look you Respect that cuts back to shimla laying on the ground. No and his team finds them Helps them back up there about to leave. And then all the survivors of the fire are thanking them for help them survive and then shinwar recalls back what the force five force eight no five forecast at said to him that i don't i don't i don't recall all the people i say if i recall all the people i didn't save and jim nez single about this like yeah they can thank me but i still didn't do my job as best i could. I didn't saving guidance as people save all the people who did that. I think that's a. I really like that about this episode. Yeah i like sheera character. Definitely right so i think that's pretty much it right. No there was other very chill five. Four seko's back their place Captain ob talks to sh- inra tamaki yet..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"He's over there and just like do you really wanna fight again because your body saying though obviously like you know what i really can't but if you give me a chance only she's like nah i think i. I think i made my choice. And they ended up walking away walkway Tired of light. i take him. i asked me to anytime. He can't he can't do it anymore. He's like gas now so they end up walking toward god. Yeah they handa the. Yeah the white clad the karen. How how many how many. And what's the name inca. Walking walking away from the city the escaping right and then one of the incas friends who survived panda walked up with a gun was about the like. Hey go crime. Franco's like doing the best. He can and trying to save his best inca. My house late. Yo dust. Tim real quick as cairns about to popped like a pimple inc stops. No don't worry about this do shit. Yeah she did right then. Chill on it. Is that what you do in here. Pandas like she's like. What are you doing here panda. And he's like let go. You're not going to. you're not going to. You're not going to harm moran and little. Did he know she wants us. Inca one-season incas is with shits. And he's with the sheets like she does what we call this. She does some where she she both blows up her friend and excuse it as being like well fayed told me to do like i can already see the lines of fate and for you. It was already over. Yeah but like. I'm fucked those other lines of faded. You had your hands in like you did you you do that. Line it wasn't she's doing so fucked up determinism just because the choices. There doesn't mean you to do it right right like she. They lead the the body of panda burning as they walk away in inca smile on just like i time to get the danger zone going honestly..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Oh my god you got action over here you get action over there. You gotta action in the corner just lie. Wow all around the bay tall around the bitch you xinhua again knocked the fuck out author fine lady cabin finance crazy ass woman. She just lucky gives me togo bides. She would definitely got his. Sp yeah then stop goes. Ashby got one good hidden one. That was a bomb. And he's that's bailey. Barely got scratched get. He had one bruise on his chest. One bruise on his face. When tim is over here looking all scuffed up the way you can get your sp but you learn to do better. learned he harder next time. So we get into. This first episode writes a continuation so leaves off where it's that ice tower i star. Yeah ice tower in the sky. In then inca comes of next right. It looks at the tower when she's like mattress gary low key just like living. Her life dislike eating it up it. Yeah this is. God's you sick and shut in liste- she is real and i like her. I really hope that lie when we get towards the middle of the anime. She kinda like realizes that she's also fuck shit in changes she turns into a super villain. I just fill initiates like it's not my fault. They said i should do this to you. A bitch we're all going to die anyway. Yeah she's looking at this and then shinners over here like yeah we gotta go. Why are you going with them. You could fight back or something. And then she runs down. She makes a checklist in her head down. She's like now. If i go with shandra are probably be in jail. 'cause i've done some fuck shit probably get out one. I'll get out get out. Maybe i have to do a year. Oh pro double minor probation. I may have to pick up some garbage or some shit. I'll be all right. She thinks about going with them. And she's li- yeah again because she can. She says she can see in the future. A little bit a little bit okay. So she has little premonition so she's like now if i go with them. I'm definitely want the stabbed every day and my feet and I won't be able to ever have control of my life again so definitely going with that option. A smart option. That is fun option. can't be live and i'm here to be in here to enjoy. My brother died than have aboard in life. She's the logical extreme of that She's like bill. This is a little now. Want to stop but you like that. He rationed when she would she. Would she liked issue. And what's next. I think this is a point where karen is about to be chin. Ask again and then she's like i. I guess i'm going which all now. Yeah i seen re punch is one of the guy in the face. He does that. Loan that little hand got caught. Hand thing he did. Yeah and he ran up muffed a nigga and again the face all for all for inca say so long bitch..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Oh who looks exactly like oma looking like a little snack then and can some beef jerky my bed. Did i miss up anything. The cancer premise is. That kogo was beaten by oma years ago. And he's always looking out for revenge and guy oh is now looking for this dude. Who looks like him. I like that. Yeah like a party. That i wanna get into. They sought fighting and then kogo eventually finds out. It's like the underground matches a whole different world type of beasley. I'm not so. I'm gonna have to do this I feel like a lot of criticism about canyon. Omega is that it starts to slow. Unlike hanging omega it starts off like really fast. But whether they are now in the manga justifies that slow star to really powerful beginning of the game matches. They've just been through two. And i think they equal be matches. Oh don king and ostra. So if you haven't read canyon a it. I recommend reading the manga more. Because i we said this last time. You watch hannoverscher. I just watch i read. Did you read my brain now. You find. Chris stole your brain. Sometimes i just get like really frustrated. Because it's like me m my brain just can't like think of sometimes and it's just like ken night. A compute all control delete. But i skimmed through the manga and i just preferred the manga more style wise. I didn't like the anime because of the graphics. What i was looking for in keegan. I can't really give y'all that right now. So hopefully nobody comes at me for saying that. But what i have in my in my head in the style of how it should look doesn't translate into halla describe it but i just i just didn't like the graphics it's like cgi. It's more stiff. That i feel than the manga allows to. The manga has such amazing art. It's really hard to translate that to animation and a relatively new serial relatively smaller studio. That didn't have the time if it was made by the same people. Who did dojo heathrow. I'll be like yeah go for it. Yeah i would have preferred like a grungy moore thing. Let's go with that. I would have preferred grungy or vibe..
"inca" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"You just get older. You just say weird. Where did the time go and like. I've gone to a point. Now in my life where i put in a lot of work in are put in a lot of time in a lot of sacrifice four my career and i'm getting to a point now where it's like. I just want to go back to the things that made me happy in life because yacht away bitch. Logistics being my ass and logistics is very mentally tiring especially in times like these so yeah logistics and. I was just talking to my coworkers about this. I was telling them that like for some reason when it comes to the Logistics is like. You're almost like almost like you have stockholm syndrome. It's like everybody's so focus in whole purpose of life is making sure that the monster that is. The transportation industry makes money and like they those people who work in my job. They will be willing to sacrifice their children to like get a truck out. And i'm just i dunno. I feel weird about being around people just talking to each other crazy on edge all the time drinking ninety five cups of coffee just for you to lay your head down night. Say got little. Susie her package. Y'all from her grandmother that's how it is and then the real thing about it is it's not even really like so individualize you know. I need to get this kid. Her package it's just like i need to make as much money for this company as possible and i'm not willing to do it. I'm not. I'm not willing to like bend over for my job. Inches run myself ragged. Like they do like people come into work with like pneumonia during peak season. Guy mask honest. shit. I'm mike y'all latch in mind. You got me fucked the okay. I drew sap is that sometimes the only choice ago. That's only job they can get. They can get other jobs they choose not to because my job draws in a ego type You know what i mean like a. I was picked on when i was little and now i'm coming here because i have a ten when you become a manager there you'll probably have unless you're one of the upper upper managers the lower management managers. They have like fifty to sixty employees. So it makes them feel big to be able to tell people what to do and those types of employees because they're not getting paid so much they're not going to put so much into their job is you or i would. So they ended up not showing up or fucking up or whatever so that gives that manager a reason to talk to them crazy and treat them poorly because frankly the job. You know encourages so it's just a very. It's a toxic place to me. That's where my specific job. I mean as much as i say. Don't go into and but i would give it my right leg before i go back in the corporate fair like big companies big. That's might never wanna do fair. Because he was always it was never the manager at least corporate for me was always the people the management being like. They never really saw me as a person data. Saw me like you nam. Asana off to looking at you at the end of the day because now matter yeah you don't mattis machine Yeah so. I am lucky that. I'm i'm elise freelancing and something that i do enjoy even if it's not the thing that i wanted to do in the pass it's still something that i enjoy now. See at least you enjoy. I ain't going to say. I can find enjoyment and a lot of things especially things that require me to like..
Amazon Launches Space Push to Drive Cloud-Computing Growth; Adidas, Ford, Clorox Join Facebook Ad Boycott
"Says major users of its cloud computing services. Hoping to benefit from rising government spending and private investment. The Wall Street Journal says the move by Amazon Web services comes during a multiyear surge in U. S military and civilian agencies spending on space projects. Ford, Pepsico, Clorox, HP, Adidas and Microsoft, the latest blue chip companies to join the growing advertising boycotting Facebook and its Instagram unit over its failure to deal with hate speech and misinformation on its platform. Over 280 companies have now joined the boycott. And that's your money now. Jennifer Gosh. Inca Comeau
Travel to Bosnia
"Welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen? Let's talk about Bosnia. I like to welcome to the show. Canaan Charter, which who is coming from Bosnia and his coming to us from highlander adventures dot, be and has come to talk to us about Bosnia Herzegovina. Canaan welcome to the show. Thank you very much happy to be here excellent and for people who can't find Bosnia and Herzegovina on a map. Where are we talking about? Well. Everyone knows how to find Italy. It's a big shoe ships country. You have a boot-shaped country, so just go to the right side across the Atlantic Sea and we are right there. Well and your neighbor of Croatia. Bosnia you know goes around like little crescent moon. knoll on the West and south, and then these we have Serbia and southeast Montenegro. I to address. You're interested in making sure that people understand that. If they remember news about Bosnia, they may be remembering news from twenty thirty years ago when Bosnia was going through. A, war that's done, and that's been done now for quite a long time there there are people who are out in the working world who don't remember that and it's a wonderful place to go I. Want to say that I was anxious to do this show because we haven't done a show on Bosnia for a long time. And since then I have been to the country and loved it. So why should someone go to Bosnia Herzegovina? Well, there is a lot of reasons depending what you're interested in now. Bosnia is very complex country, but extremely small size of Pennsylvania, but inside. You have so much for the adventure seekers. There are so many adventure opportunities from Whitewater. Rafting canyoning to paragliding hiking is spectacular, and then if you're into history, we say that we have much more history than we can handle. Different Than Empires were here. We like to say where the crossroads or that where the meeting between the East and the West. Culturally very complex country, and also religiously we have Muslims, we have the Orthodox Christians, and we have Catholics with three big groups. Of course there's the Jewish community here which has been here since they were thrown out of Spain after Kista, so for five hundred years, all of these make this crazy, crazy and beautiful mix that very interesting for foreigners to see because inside I will for example and. And in many other cities in Bosnia, you can pined mosque Docs Church Catholic, Church and a synagogue literally in two hundred meter radius, and it's been like that for five hundred years while inside I will because that's how will the city is? And all of a Bosnia and we're very proud of that architecturally very different from anything else you can find in Europe you're GonNa, find this mix of. Of European styles as well as the optimum styles and a lot of course, local Bosnian styles in all of that mixed together will like to say that we are a Bosnian pots. That's one dish that we have. It's cooked in a big pot with a lot of things, mixed sight, and that's Bosnia a lot of things mixed, and it works perfectly. An Indian taste is fantastic why you should. Should visit Bosnian well. Whatever you choose. You're GONNA love it. If you're into history too much of it, you're into nature. It's absolutely stunning. It's fantastic, magic Pennsylvania, and then put inside the Rockies Grand Canyon Inca trail at a lot of other things as well a bit of New Zealand as well. We just like seaside. We have twenty four kilometers of seaside, so that's one thing with them have. And then, of course, for actually learning history or getting certain messages, let's say about life about history. How people live together or how they don't like each other, because while we had a lot of wars, let's especially in the last two hundred years. There's a lot of lessons that you can learn in Boston. Let's say war tourism doctors is now very big part of tourism in in Bosnia so if you want to learn about that, we are definitely to come to see what happens. If you don't defeat fascism, like most of Europe defeated off the Second World War and it actually shows how life can be both good and the bat also if you want to visit a place. which is completely different than rest of the Europe and very relaxed very laid back with fantastic food, most at a lot of reasons I think.
15 Practical Ways To Improve Yourself Today Better Than Yesterday, Tomorrow Better Than Today.
"We're going to be tackling different wise to become a better person so in time right now where it's perfect to be. Y- doing some reflection himself work with a lot more time on her hands at the moment I believe that journey becoming better. Every day often talk about today better than yesterday tomorrow better than today and listeners rechanneled say well you keep talking about smarter better than tonight he. Can you give us a few tips on how you do that yourself and go? So What Pink Gum Tommy with? What's happening moment with most of the world in Lockdown Oscillation? It's a great way to sit down. And say hey. Can I become a better person hacking on? Be Better tomorrow than what I am today. I WANNA share a bit of a framework for people to be able to make the most of the time right now to become the best versions of themselves and to become the best that they can be and remember that we talk about this in terms of personal professional and family that lives broken into the three areas of personal professional and family And as a person constantly on this journey of growing and I keep talking about. Journalists destination is a bit of a journey and today. I WanNa talk of what life is a journey full. Stop and I want to talk about fifteen ways to become a better person through the journey. So He's a ten point. I'll try not to talk too quickly. Which someone listening to say I do. And that's that's that might be strategy. Because I want you to listen to a few times that you know. Try and keep it at a good tempa. Pathetic number one compliment itself. It all goes with the positivity of your mind it's it's all about complementing yourself meter. We were very harsh. Inner Selves said of people that? I can actually on on myself at times and have high expectations of myself But we need to make sure that we're complementing ourselves if we WANNA grow every day and become a bit of vision we need to complement. Esso's doesn't mean that we're GONNA be fake until ourselves laws. We're going to be honest and authentic with ourselves but definitely make sure that we're taking the time to complimenting assets. Number two is making excuses. I talk about this little time. Speak Hannibal we're GONNA make mistakes. I've met plenty of them but I said of people united so make a mistake. I put my hand up in our own it. I don't make excuses. It's it's all about making sure that we're a cannibal note blaming other people united somebody else's fault. It's it's take. Take our ship and this will help you grow as a person number three is something that's is. I've been in a bit of a journey over. The years is letting go of Anga. There's going to be things that happen in our lives. That really upset. Us and anger is no more in logs. It's normal emotion however I am not a setup being on best and being able to grow as a human. When I'm able to let go of Inca and what I do there is see the problem. Take the problem on. I write it down. I love using pen and paper. You said that I write down what the problem is brought them. What is making me angry? So why what's leading to the emotion of anger and then I start dealing with. It helps me let go and if I can let go INGA QUICKLY. And then it helps me grow It doesn't hold me back at number four goes with obesity. Number three is practice forgiveness. It doesn't mean that we forget things but I do believe this comes with having a strong faith in in in practicing forgiveness. A lot easier said than done. Meditation has helped me a lot with. This enables me pause and reflect and really think about you. Know The positivity in practicing forgiveness because it helps me get rid of that anger or it helps me get rid of the negative emotions into being the best that I can be number. Five is all about being honest and direct. I mean I don't know any other way I set of people. You might not look what. I've decided that you can trust them. Telling you what I think you need to hear and I want people to tell me what I need to hear. Not what I want to hear. It won't people to be honest and direct with me just as I want to be honest and direct with them. Number six is all about being helpful. this is something from a book called the God giver from an Early Age. I read the book Cuba. And it's all about helping as many people as possible. It's all about. What can I do for you? Being in service being hospitality industry has helped me. A LOT IN. That area is being helpful. What can I do for you and I find that? I grow as a person when I'm constantly putting myself in a position to be helpful for this Or Two honors. The other one is listening. Thomas you know in a world where we do a lot of talking fund that it's important that we will send listen making sure that we listen to people and giving everyone a voice and making people feel valued and heard It's important to allow others to feel valued and hood and if they're not being within valued and I think that being a good listener changes your loss in a positive manner. Over the years I've worked on becoming a much better listener to others And this is something that I've had to work on very hard because you're in a position of leadership you constantly during a lot of talking but actually when I beat focused more on listening to others that it actually made me that a person that made me later and it also helped me grow as a person. Listening to others is important. Number eight locally. It might not seem like a big deal but if everyone does a little bit species current terms we're talking about everyone does something act larkhall in urine becca on whether it's donating clothes cooking for somebody helping somebody get their shopping out. Whatever it is is just do something for the community to show them that you K- And that starts locally it has to be tackling. The big things acting luckily doing something doing a good date of some sort whether it's buying somebody coughing. The line behind you whether it's dating close to the local charity or going shopping is a sit before these are things that can help you and we'll help you grow as a person a number on his be polite said to people that. I can tell what somebody's like when I take him to. Lunch or dinner and have that trickle white staff always be. Polat is is you know. Being thankful grateful holding elevator doors letting people through just a kindness to sit a lot about a person when they're being Polat Rudeness is not is not something that's going to get people very much in the sent me doesn't allow people to grow so being polite will help you grow as a person ten is all about being yourself making sure that you're always yourself your authentic self This is something that's really really important and yourself will be based on your values and your beliefs This is what shapes your identity. So you really need to know what your values and beliefs because this is what shakes your identity and is important in being the best version of yourself. Eleven is always about being open to change so the pointer at number eleven is to me is about be open to change. The world is constantly changing things in our personal professional and family life change constantly. We need to be open to challenge for not open to change. Then we can't grow and that's why we talk about journeys versus destinations. Everything's about journey. Every day is going to be different. Some highs some lows. I'm better some worse but constantly a journey and life is mission in moments so being a change will ensure that you can adapt and grow as a person. Nixon is be respectful on this something that was instilled in me from a young age by my parents. Oversee son of migrants Very respectful say. Hello Greek People. Say Thank you You know respect the people around you respect during varmint respect others respect ideas lost dolls feelings Everybody has their own perspective. Everybody has their own lens of the world. Something we talk about a lot is seeing things from different people's Lens helps you to become respectable. You don't have to agree with people to be respectful. You know people sometimes think that I have to agree with somebody in that respect now. Not True respectful means understanding. Somebody else's position not ridiculing him for being understanding towards whatever they lenses of their perspectives. At that moment you know. Be Respectful of that. Be Respectable peoples times the thoughts their ideas. You know it constantly. Taking up people's time in the time that men have to give you is not being respect from so respectful is also being conscious making sure that we're conscious of what's going on within ourselves and then others in our environment next one is something again that came out of the Italian upbringing which is done show up. If the handed on every time we come visit somebody we would always bring the wine or flowers. Chocolates biscuits will bring something of A. It's a real big European tradition of You turn up to somebody asks empty-handed you don't get party be handed It's just a show of appreciation. It also makes the respect and and and making sure that you're you're showing people and it's also a language of love. It's one of the languages of love giving and that's something that helps people grow as people is that you feel this native giving actually connects you to a motion into what's going on. Ranji So just try to. Don't Nick semi going some. Don't show up empty handed and you watch. That makes you feel and actually help you grow as a person. Fourteen is always about educating cellphone. Voice talk if you want to be better tomorrow than today today better than yesterday. We need to constantly educate ourselves. We need to be in constant learning mode And this is something that people died in so said what we talk about Mindset Pestis fixed mindset is the people advocating themselves a constantly in growth mindset. They're constantly working on being better tomorrow today. And is surprised. People Len had to put a smile. On someone's surprised just do something different for you know. Make them stand out feel bedtime
Who Was First on Earth?
"Today are mysterious past the first the people on Earth. Where did they come from? Leonardo Davinci. Tesla is dying these three in one hundred others over the centuries all with ideas. You were ahead of their time. Where did these ideas come from? Metal Staples at held Mexico's Ancient Pyramids together yet. Local indigenous business people had no knowledge of metallurgy. The NASCA wells relied on air pressure to bring water up from underground rivers and the unexplained tunnels on on the two thousand five hundred mile. Inca road that are carved through solid stone. How did that happen? How were these deeds? Possible where to disadvantage. What's knowledge come from could survivors of a long extinct species of Homo Sapiens have somehow passed on the tiniest spark of knowledge through DNA? What a silly question indeed based on science I guess not so silly before you dismiss this premise? Completely let's take a look at the evolution universe. Science would agree that the planet earth is about four point five billion years old to put that number two perspective consider that a billion is a thousand million and a million is a thousand thousands for no less than a century. It has been believed that the earliest earth was covered with the see of vocally magma however evidence of this of the rocks have either eroded with time or stay down underground inaccessible enter Zircon crystals. Not the man made versions but tiny crystals pulled from the Jack Hills of central Australia. The oldest of which have revealed that during the first five hundred million years so the planet earth was not covered with the see of magma indeed that it was cold enough for the formations of continents were above sea level. What is revolutionary is these ancient crystals have revealed that early earth and some aspects? Wasn't that different from today. These science-based facts are less than a decade old. That already gaining aning the respect of mainstream science in one four point one billion year old crystal carbon was found suggesting that life existed justed on earth. Three hundred million years earlier than scientists previously thought. Twenty years ago this would have been heretical. This carbon resembles modern carbon. Though this all adds up to the conclusion that early Earth was more hospitable to life than science thought and begs the question could could the environment of early Earth supported. Humans could earth's I people have crawled out of an ancient ocean. The primordial soup so to speak and evolved over the next two hundred thousand years if we run with that rough figure man and is developed brain may have been walking walking around over a billion years ago not two hundred thousand. But where's the evidence of a civilization that all the answer is. Where's I the evidence of anything? Over one billion years old science degree so there have been five periods of mass extinction. Four hundred forty four million years ago. When eighty six percent of all species became extinct? Three hundred seventy five million years ago. When seventy five percent of all species became extinct and in two hundred million years ago with the loss of eighty percent and finally sixty six million years ago when seventy six percent fell to extinction keep keep in mind that the tortoise of the Galapagos has evolved over twelve million years each of the known periods of mass extinction did not eliminate all all the species and some fossils remain science agrees that there certainly could have been far earlier periods of mass extinction and extinction say over a billion years ago? One that would leave. No fossils. Time would take care of that. If Homo sapiens were among the victims uh-huh of an early earth extinction. Of course there would be no fossils. But what are the carbon found in Australia's ancient zircon crystals and what of the advanced knowledge displayed by South America's earliest indigenous people. Where did they come from? Your guess is as good as mine and only time time will tell
Mark Downing Discuss Being a Maker
"Today. I'm going to introduce you. Mark Downing vadly with over forty years. Experience his Bene- Creator in so many disciplines woodworking metalworking design general contracting to just name a few. We will discuss what it's like to be a maker and how it affected his journey through life mark. Thank you for meeting with me and welcome to. Its would thank thank you. It's nice to be here very nice now. We just had a two or three or shop around your house. I'm going to have some photos on the website. So check those out out that this man's eye for design is stunning. Wanted you guys to look at those pictures somewhere. What turned what was the first time you've got turned onto woodworking? Oh Gee I've been making things out of wood. I can remember back to six years years old in the basement. Working at you know my dad would be working on something and I would be driving nails into a block of wood So it it goes back a long long way of throughout my childhood I built tree houses ever more fanciful and crazy and And then in in high school in my freshman year in high school I built a sailboat. that I then sailed for a couple of years and and Like that quite a lot and so I built other sailboat. I and then I in a and I enjoy sailing a lot and so from there I went off to college and had a regular liberal arts education but during that time Ah I hooked up with a sculpture teacher who In his basement was building a beady for airplane and Shy I got to work on Beatty Beatty for airplane which is all aluminum fabrication rivets and things like that and So I've just been making things all along I started out as a teacher that wanted to be a teacher I graduated with a degree in education and I went to northern Italy and studied for a year. They're in Montessori Education. It became certified as an elementary level Montessori teacher I then taught after that for are five years and decided that I really didn't enjoy that it was. I felt I felt like I was burning out really quickly on it and TAME Came back brought my my wife and my baby child to my parents house and Camp Out on the Sofa for a month or two and Tried to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up on my mother finally got sick and tired of of that and She said Hey. Hey you know I know this. Nice young man. And he's remodeling a house and he needs some help and you know how to build things So you ought to go down there and and Dan she. If you'll hire you to do something and I went down and he hired me stuff. Insulation Attic of a two hundred and fifty year old house in Annapolis Helpless Maryland. It was a beautiful house. It was all timber frame. Basic core. Construction dovetails mortices and tendons everywhere everywhere. And it was just thrilling and stuffing insulation in. The attic was terrible and I did that for about two days. and Ah Jake Then decided that he wanted to hire me as a helper carpenter's helper. So I did that for a little while and decided if I they wanted to be a carpenter that I wanted to woodworking professionally and then I decided that I could do that anywhere And I ought to choose. Is the place that I want to do that. And so I chose Portland Oregon. My brother WHO's already here going to college and again I brought my my wife and daughter water out and we slept on his floor For a while until I got my feet under me and I did Various kinds of carpentry three and then finally settled into Cabinet making I I I was hired as a journeyman cabinet maker for the Charles Grant Company company here in Portland. Charles Grant Company doesn't exist any longer odd but it was the the largest most prestigious cabinet shop on the West Coast coast. It did a lot of very high in commercial work When I first started working there We were doing four floors of law offices in boob Inca all wall paneling all the doors when the elevator doors opened in your stepped into the hall. You were walking through sequence matched veneers Going around outdoors over bookcases. Everything is beautiful. Yeah for four floors And I was one of thirteen cabinet makers working there and the other there are only two of us spoke English as a native language. The other eleven had all served their apprenticeship in Europe up in the old traditional way where the parents pay the cabinet maker to take their kids away and teach them something useful and and and they they apprenticeship quite long. It's about four years or so and so they all had these beautiful handmade tool chest with full of beautiful handmade tools. And there. I was And I just felt like from the day I walked in the door to the day that I got laid off because they you know they are temporary slowdown On that my features weren't touching the floor. I was just running so fast. Just trying to just trying to keep my head above that water and So so that was really a special experience for me After that with that on my resume on I was able to which are able to get jobs in a couple of very nice con situations and I did I ran My own cabinet shop. I had twelve cabinet makers working for me and And I sold that and then I went to work for a a prestigious you just General Contracting Company as project manager and we did very high end homes there and so I've been I've been and seeking out very wealthy people and trying to get them to build. Allow me to build them something For some time and And that brings me to present so just so the audience knows. Can you tell me about Atlay. What what is the scope of Your Business Right Let's see basically I think of myself as wearing three different hats that I think of myself as a designer I will spend on some projects aval spent months working on my computer in autocad working. I can't on designs of things Designing both woodwork and and hardware for that woodwork. And also I designed lately I've been designing carve stone and tower two in as part of the larger project. I like working working with multiple trades in Working with top craftsman in other in other crafts and That's certainly the situation. I'm in right now. The project working on right now. I think I forgot what your original question was. I was I was just trying to actually And so that's the designer and then as a specialty woodworker I have my woodworking working shop in my backyard and I billed special things for the projects that I design and I also build things for other people to for other architects and other designers and and so yes I do a lot of woodworking. My shop is is specific acidic in that. It's not as small as twenty four feet by twenty four feet and it's not all set up for handling a four byte sheet of plywood and if I need to deal with far by shoot apply what I cut it down to rough size out in the driveway and then bring it in and deal with it then All almost all the work that I do in that shop is with solid. Wood solid woodworking frame and panel construction on that sort of thing and so I do a lot of specialty woodworking and then I also a licensed general contractor in Oregon Oregon and so I- organize a variety of other trades to accomplish projects I take on landscaping contracts And then I'm involved in The landscaping structures and building designing and building them I take on a residential construction projects and they may be designed by someone else or design them and then I build special would work work for them and supervise all the other traits. Bring the other trades in also so yeah Designer woodworker and general contractor. Now I know this is like asking you to pick your favorite child but which of those three brings you the most joy. Oh I think design and woodworking brings brings me the most joy I I really enjoy the general contracting because at its best on what I'm I'm just working shoulder to shoulder with other really top people in their fields and the synergy of the creativity that happens is is just thrilling and the the the final product is is just so cool and well beyond what I could've done
"inca" Discussed on KOMO
"Police department real change starts with our community. And police. And the mayor have vowed that there will be more community meetings like this in the near future. ABC's Adrian banker Dutch prosecutors have brought the first criminal charges against those allegedly involved in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen which was brought down over eastern Ukraine in two thousand fourteen two hundred ninety eight people died, ABC's, Patrick reveal with more does prosecutors said, they will bring mud charges against four senior pro Russian rebel commanders for their alleged role in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen ABC's Petric reveal in Moscow in a press conference in the Netherlands, the officials alleged the men, one Ukrainian and three Russians who are responsible for Quiring the missile from Russia's military. The us to down the line of eastern, Ukraine in two thousand fourteen the men went aimed as eagle, instead of dubinsky only pilots and Leonid, hutch, Inca Russia has always rejected any involvement in the disaster has resisted, the invest. education but holland's chief prosecutor on wednesday said russia had known the missile came from one of its military units that it was involved in the crime the investigators said they suspected to been sqi may even have been an active member of russia's military intelligence at the time of the shooting down the judges were based on an international investigation by ukraine malaysia belgium australia and holland which had the most citizens aboard three of the suspects of believed to be in russia the prosecutors pledged the trial will begin in the netherlands in march twenty twenty even if the men don't pay the investigators have said these are just the first charges and the investigation will continue the focus now on establishing whether it was russian military personnel that i stayed launched the missile patrick rievaulx a._b._c. news moscow china's president heading for north korea and meeting with kim jong un it'll be the first trip ever to north korea for jean ping and an advance he pledged his full support for kim jong un and vowed to play an active role in bringing stability to the region she also said beijing would continue to support north korea in its negotiations with other countries china remains a valuable trading partner to north korea even with sanctions in effect bills in for reporting komo.
"inca" Discussed on Love Your Work
"It's probably nicely designed to be really user friendly, and you press this button to do the one thing that you've come in the to do, but and the colors will be designed with you in mind, and You you know, know. there's a whole user interface experience, but that, you know, that's very different from what's actually going on under the hood with all the bits and bytes, and the electronic components, and so on so the way I think of it is anything whether it's any kind of ideology or mental system, you can think of if you wish just as a software, and it will activate ponts of you'll your own hardware, and we shouldn't forget the emotional aspects of this troop too. Because even if you just look at the anatomy, the emotional brain is pretty critical in the Brian. If you will you're doing is thinking through the central, you know, the frontal lobes. You're not gonna have a big impact not going to access the whole of you'll abilities and talents. I love this metaphor so much of thinking of it like as as a user interface for different visualizations, or I mean, I've been thinking a lot about you know, in in one of my books. I talk about mantras for for for writing a book like right things. It's almost like a command line interface. If you can say certain phrases to yourself, then you can change the operation of your brain, and your physiology and a certain way. So I love that idea of having. A concrete thing that you can manipulate whether it's words or visualization that creates this response in your body. Yeah. I mean when I was a hypnotherapist call anchors. So the the metric be an an image can be an Inca Apostol can be an anchor another person or another kind of situation can be an incubator. Produces that stay. It's not the you know the equipment of clicking on the the desktop high. Con to open up the location. You give repeat your mantra than that opens up. The writing up -cation inside you'll break to continue the eligible metro. I I love psychotherapy or not. But sorry, hypnotherapy hypnotherapy so much. We we've had Andrew Johnson on the show. I don't familiar with him. But he's he's the UK. He makes these wonderful hypnotherapy apps such as relax, and he's got one called Hilary..
"inca" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I suspect is in custody in two officers are in the hospital after a shooting near six than Inca yesterday. Denver mayor Michael Hancock says the officers responding to reports of shots fired earlier in the day at one twenty nine shots were fired at officers as they were approaching the Inca address. Were called to transfer. These officers were pulled to safety by their fellow officers on the scene. Denver police chief Paul Peirce and says the officers are in fair condition at Denver health medical center chief pays and says a third officer a swat officer was injured in an auto crash responding to the scene. He is in good condition on Capitol Hill. There's new pressure on Democrats and Republicans to work out some kind of a deal on border security as the federal government officially reopened this morning. There are Democrats that are itching to strike some deals, and then of course, there's all the other sort of immigration reform with the Democrats wanted to get done protections for those dreamers protections for people here with protective status in refugee status ways that the country treats asylum seekers it's going to be hard for Democrats to ignore the parts of their hardy that are willing and eager to get some legislation written ABC's, maryalice parks, White House officials say President Trump is prepared for another shutdown. If he doesn't get funding for the border wall in the next three weeks the man arrested as part of. Special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe pleading or pledging I should say to fight for his life. This indictment is thin as a rock. That's he was on ABC's this week. Roger stone longtime associate of President Trump vowed to prove his innocence. He was arrested on Friday and charged with obstruction of an official proceeding making false statements and witness tampering. He was released after posting bail former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper went back to his roots. Last night. He got behind the bar in Des Moines and started serving drinks, the former geologist term brewer turned governor spoke to a packed house. And then got behind the bar to local brewery, the governor took questions from over one hundred attendees and shared his experience of bringing people together to achieve progressive policies. It can Looper has not made an announcement about whether he's running for president he's running. If he does definitely have a beer summit. Yeah. I was gonna say I think we definitely will at that point. You're up-to-date. It's Colorado's morning news here on KOA NewsRadio. You really have nothing to lose. So why not try to win exciting? I never win anything thousand dollars. Listen every hour, weekdays seven AM to five PM. Julia. Just one dollar word for cash on KOA, NewsRadio.
"inca" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Nine nine three seven three three Inca that same opportunity that we they they're free picks between the patriots and the rain and that early college Basque sheriff they bring it up to the rep. And the rep thinks that they qualify in that it's going to be, you know, something that's not going to waste my time. And of course, they're going to have the conversation. They'll set up an appointment. But look my schedule is so tight I'm taking on new players every week. I can only handle one new player a day Monday through Friday. I'm trying to build it to five hundred players by taking on five new players every week. And if I get a guy that's not the right guy. I to talk to another person to fill that void. So every week. It's five new players five junior members to equal one full membership of the platinum club. And then yes, we will definitely have conversations about grabbing individuals and. Having them. Also bet the echelon games on top of it. So JR somebody were to grand we'll have thirty one thousand bet on the SuperBowl. Next Sunday, somebody starting off with a two thousand dollar bankroll will have a legitimate. At least let's even be conservative le-. Let's just say that they didn't bet as much as I was even professing to them to do and they decided to cut it down just a little bit. You still gonna make twenty to thirty grand? So what about the timing to the Super Bowl ten times? What you starting off with which would normally take thirty days on my platinum service. You'll be there in half the time. So what would it take for so many of the qualify? What do you look for the right person it really it's the right mentality? It's a a motivated player that's willing to show the initiative and really wants to get rolling right away and telling me, well, let's take a look. I mean, we get that all the time guys wanna see at work major started with a guy a week ago who paid twenty thousand dollars to enter into the club and is already seven and one but still wants to take it slow. Okay. No problem. I put the brakes on and we're gonna. To find the player. That's got the motivation who says, wow, this is special. How can I get into the upper echelon and continue to start? Not just betting the way. I am now, but I can add to it and play with that house money. 'cause I mean, look he said the guy that went seven and one he's like, well, I made sixty one hundred I said you made sixty one hundred betton a thousand a game. If you bet in ten thousand a game would have made sixty one thousand if you Abedin, you know, twenty five thousand a game, I would have been able to make you a quarter of a million dollars in that same one week of time. It really was just a snapshot in what you're gonna get. And where else can you invest twenty grand and make six thousand in less than a week at seven and one. If you do the math if you do that for listen tons of money on his invest, and that's me putting the brakes on a new player. I don't let guys get in with me and start betting twenty five thousand a game. That's a mistake. I gotta know that they're doing what I'm asking. And that they're not going to spike. The number on us that they're not going to bet more than we're asked. If I tell about about a grand I want him to grant fight see that. There's a spike coming from there. Graphic location after I give them the gain of twelve in a lot. And it's coming initialising from that geographic. How important is it to you that they listen the most important factor is knowing you have a good thing and following by the rules and just being a soldier in the army. That's my really the best way to put it because there's only one general on the battlefield. You can't have two generals going at it on who's going to make the decision is one. And that's me, I'm gonna tell you exactly how and when and how much if you follow those rules. You're gonna make a ton of money, and you're gonna have a smile and YouTube be calling me saying, hey, can I send you more money? I mean, this is going great. But listen it starts off right now by you seeing how real and transparent. We are. I'm going to give you the Super Bowl and a college basketball winner going down today. The game tips at nine AM Pacific. So you wanna get this game in right away..
"inca" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Inca. I think the president. Job didn't they don't throw him out of office. A TSA spokesperson says the agency is closely monitoring the situation and that the screening wait times remain, well within TSA standards no-one Laden for seven ten w award. And addition to negotiating a budget, Bill Democrats. The president has also involved in trade talks with China US delegation is in Beijing. And let's get the latest on that one. That could affect a lot of people to NBC radio national correspondent bills in for Bill. Hey, good morning, Joe. Yeah. This one is big. And it's really setting the stage for what could be a major developments between the United States and China one difference. This time around though, if you remember the last time, the United States had some high level meetings with China over trade in Beijing. It was Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and commerce secretary Ross Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, the heavyweight from the Trump administration this time around adult those big names aren't there? Eight is Geoffrey Garin who was our deputy. US trade Representative leading the delegation couple of agriculture officials and energy official, but none of the top level cabinet members in this delegation, which is probably good news. It means that these deputies are laying the groundwork for what could be some substantial agreements coming up down the road. Of course, President Trump and president gee agreed to a ninety day truce on further tariffs, and that'll expire on March first, so we are working on a deadline here. But I think this is an important step as we work toward these trade negotiations. There will be some big issues coming up here agriculture. Of course, our farmers have been hurt by tariffs energy, China, the world's largest purchaser of oil and gas that could be a boon for the United States. And of course, automobiles at the same time. This is happening. Elon Musk just announcing that they've broken ground for a huge factory outside of Shanghai. So they're a lot of things going on here. But I think this is a good development. Joe these deputy ministerial. Meetings laying the groundwork for something down the road. All right, embassy radio national correspondent Bill. Thank you Bill sounded like good news. When governor Cuomo said he had found a way to make repairs to the end line without having to shut it down for fifteen months, but some local officials say they'd like to know a little bit more about this plan. Cuomo's eleventh-hour decision to scrap the fifteen month L train chat down for new European technology. Never used in the US requiring service disruptions only on nights and weekends has local politicians and transit advocates demanding answers Manhattan borough president Gail brewer, but what we need now is transparency on.
"inca" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"The. Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm Inca joshing. News in Kentucky in Inca. Jerry's over there. So this is an Inca cast stuff. You should Inca short stuff. You should Inca. You like that one? Yeah. I'm surprised just dumb enough. What do you mean? Oh, I mean. Dominic goodway? Okay. A dumb joke is what my one of my biggest compliments, you know. We have really been hit with the accusations of dad jokes. A lot more frequently lately have you noticed? Well, more than we did ten years ago. Yeah. You know, we're getting older. And that's when dad jokes start creeping in. So these people are right. They are correct, man. Never would have thought. I'd live to see the day literally. That's right. We still stop before we hit puns. Yeah. We're no stricklin. Nope. That's ageless. That's just some sort of mental defect. Nothing to do with age. Not ageless is in timeless, and you could do that anytime. And it's great, right? Yeah. The opposite of that. So Chuck speaking of opposites of that, let's talk about whether or not the Inca actually ever created a written language of any sort. Yeah. This was cool. And I would love to do a longer form show on the Inca period, the income people because man when you when you start poking around a little bit at things that they achieved. And when it happened, it's pretty striking. Well, you know, we did an episode called. How did a hundred sixty eight can Kista doors bring down the Inca empire. Did we really that was a good one? But I I'm sure there's still plenty more to talk about with them. We could do one just on the Inca. Yeah. So I mean, here's here's a couple of things in the wave an overview they had the largest pre-columbian empire in the Americas. Lot of people during the bronze age, and you're not successful as people that that that can grow and thrive like that. Unless you're doing some of these things like building roads to the tune of twenty five thousand miles of highway, right? That's amazing. Yeah. There was something like twelve I saw ten to twelve million people in the Inca empire who were walking along the twenty five thousand miles of of highway which by the way, cut through the Andes..