19 Burst results for "Jeju"

"jeju" Discussed on Black, No Sugar

Black, No Sugar

03:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"jeju" Discussed on Black, No Sugar

"Ma'am meet. That did chaudhry and anything that falls under that clean. Image is is is just pushed out to the moment. How does it affect people and their ability to live dignified lives because we have to push the idea dignity even when. You don't have with coupons doing. Can you afford them. The ability to live a dignified life beth. Before you come in. And i know we're running out of time. I just wanted to comment on specifically looking at And i think that we when we frame kultura days a tendency to look at it as static and there's a tendency to look at as being housed between an analogy to your board and the ad council doesn't operate like that and i think that when we talk about what what quote unquote is considered. African culture is in african cultures specifically looking at the The the colonial patriot. He that is rooted in jeju christian values and the ways in which passed over. So i think that it's really impossible to have a conversation around sex shaw and reproductive health without necessarily having a conversation around Pity that needs to be done within Within certain frameworks. And i think that our mission something interesting just reading up on how the un african block was largely pushing echinacea the town sexuality and sexual education as frameworks within even within the un. So i think that when we look at These gorton courts. What is our culture and the ways in which We've value we. We look at the nuclear aspect or family. It's a very interesting. That within that christian conceptualization is hypocrisy. Because we know that largely the people we know the families we know they don't practice christianity as prescribed by the holy book those values aspirational in sense of With we Heaven rewired if you've practiced in way which means that you can aspire to them but largely ignored a practical. And i think that the interesting Approach to that which i think is even within religious leaders with with since gaza run religious leaders at the air In their celibacy practicing outside like the open secrets that everyone knows that children of the father one calling father rather call him uncle in the ways. In which languages could depending on where you are stationed life. So i think that the interesting things around sexuality and sexual discussion and again when it comes to framing all wing comes to the things that religious groups stunned for the heart of that is a certain hypocrisy around whose culture the culture is but also around the practice of even the values of claim to have which for me. I think also largely goes down to where the money's coming from which i think is very very important when it comes to who's funding and In jackson school teach us to follow the money that that's where the story is. So i think that in discussing sexuality education even discussing languaging. We also need to discuss Issues around a. He's a history within precolonial like the kind of colonial paycheck. He says the precolonial patriarchy around sexuality as understood by separate communities in what it is now and buses what it can be but also the question around The ways in which.

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"jeju" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

Midlife Mixtape

04:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"jeju" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

"Or here's a again and again from someone who says it'll happen to you when you least expect it and i would do the internal i roll. I'm doing it right now. And i'm married so like i punch somebody who said that to a single person. I know shut up. Yes but you hear it. You sure i would. Yeah and i never ever really believed it until it happened to me. So you said dating is a skill. What can you as a season to date her. What secret skill could you tell people listening right now like. What's the number one tactic too that you think pay. Maybe people don't know about like your ninja skill. I think ninja skill is to be able to talk to anybody When you're out dating for a long time You become a really good communicator. Which has a lot of benefits in all other aspects of your life sure so when you are communicator. You are good at picking up. What's going on with other people being able to connect with them around different things that you're sensing and you also end up often being really good listener and that's also a really important skill and the other one. If i'm going to add a bonus spin just kill coming your way. Don't judge someone when you meet them right away unless there is a very obvious reason to do so like suddenly immediately. Don't feel safe or something like that but otherwise none of us want to be judged out the gate. You don't wanna be judged it's not right for someone to jeju. Don't judge them. Give them time to present themselves because often we're not our best elves right away on a first date. Imagine the nerves tons of them. Yeah yes of course. People put a lot of pressure on themselves when a go out on a first date as though this next person they're going to meet is going to be there forever partner. That is just wrong. Wrong way to be thinking i would think as i entered cafe that restaurant bar that venue whatever it was i ultimately would make..

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Pro-Trump mob launches insurrection at US Capitol amid Biden certification

Nightline

05:57 min | 9 months ago

Pro-Trump mob launches insurrection at US Capitol amid Biden certification

"So glad you could join us on juju chang. i'm byron pitch tonight dramatic images at the. Us capitol building. We're just today. It was the scene of one of the darkest days. In american history of failed insurrection byron. It was a sea of lawlessness incited by the president storming the halls of congress tonight. Lawmakers returning to the floor to certify president elect. Joe biden's victory for the very latest we go straight to. Abc's rachel scott reporting from just outside the capital. Rachel you witness the mayhem and bloodshed at the capitol. Today walk us through the day. The president's speech to the protesters to how quickly it turned violent mood you do. This really was a final stand for the president. You saw him address his supporters. Making it clear that he will not concede they wanted to take up that fight so we saw thousands of them marched right here to the steps of the us capital calm and then chaos and violence. They stormed from all sides smashing in windows pushing pass the capitol guards to get inside of that capital to the senate floor. Lawmakers huddled under their desks outside. We were hearing chance a fight for trump. One woman tonight lost her life and we watched as she was wheeled out onto a stretcher gushing out blood from a wound that looked like it was appear to be in her neck. We did not know her condition later. On jeju we found out that she unfortunately lost her life. It's been a long day of reporting for you. Rachel scott thanks for joining us. Stay thanks you action. And chaos at the us capitol and attempted overthrow democracy. Like we've never seen in american history black sheer terror as lawmakers duck and cover while vilest pro-trump moths to see of us. With a horrifying day for american bloodshed mob violence fear among the people's elected representatives. Doing the people's business that they might be killed tear gas wafting through the chamber house of representatives. You could not have been greater contrast and a greater tragedy for that constitution shots fired inside the house chamber of donald that the doors and windows bashed in described. This scene happening behind me here. As trump supporters have taken over the west lawn. Here all this happening as the us congress is supposed to be certifying. president elect joe. Biden's victory threatening. The safety of duly elected officials is thought protest. it's insurrection when the day dawned in dc. The nation expected a very different kind of drama. To play out today was supposed to be one of those days in the democratic process that we don't even notice this is the verdict of our people and then the congress counts them by mid morning. Thousands of trump's supporters were gathering for save. America march not far from the white house there to protest president trump's november election defeat. Just fourteen days. Before joe biden's inauguration trump's family appeared first drumming up the crown with incendiary rhetoric. This is donald trump's republican party. We are in this fight to the bitter end to take our country back at noon. The president took the stage further. Fueling the fire of anger and dissent. We will never give up. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't conceive with his death. He called on congress to reject the election results an election. He lost by seven million votes but continues to call rigged despite no evidence to walk down anyone you want but i think right here. We're going to walk down to the capital. You'll never take back our country with weakness you have to show strength and you have to be strong speaker the vice president and the united states senate by one o'clock the much anticipated joint session of congress got underway when we got to the state of arizona. A republican member of congress named paul gosar stood up to object that objection forcing the house and senate to separate and debate over on the senate side. Majority leader mitch. Mcconnell bluntly confronting his republican colleagues voters court and estates all spoke if we overrule them it would damage our republic forever as debate continued inside outside president trump supporters arriving in the mood distinctly changes demonstrators soon climbing the walls and scaffolding violently confronting law enforcement. Clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm to our officers by deploying chemical irritants police. While inside. the vice president was whisked away by the secret service as the mob moved in the entire capital went into lockdown but protesters were already inside some carrying confederate flags. Law enforcement was no match for the sheer size of the invasion officers forced to retreat in the house chamber. Lawmakers huddled in the balcony as armed security barricaded. The door

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"jeju" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"jeju" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"jeju" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"jeju" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Point A. to Point B. and doing it together and search for me and back then as well as currently today you know it's not just a one way street that they It's a symbiotic relationship between me as the coach and then is a student I'm a I'm learning from them. Scream there weren't for me. It's crazy. You know it's it's it's. Teachings calling right and I say that all the time you have to have the patience and you have to have the will and desire to pursue it in. Obviously you know something that Kinda you grew into, and you're one of the few economically say you grew into it and I think that that's a testament to your patients and your willingness to spend time because I've seen you on the range and spend time with you, you genuinely enjoy it. Yeah I, know absolutely I know plenty of people that you know aboard the idea of you know teaching other people but for me even if it's somebody who's been shooting, we're twenty years or somebody that just picked up with John the last week it's still bad across creating as cliche and found a greatness in. You know there's because as as you and I know there's unfortunately a lot of. Insecure people in the world. Why people that don't really have confidence in themselves at the from their livelihood growing up on maybe troubles in the past afford agrees and there's just a floating as a wife and not really really living just kind of existing and I feel I'm sure you can agree that unfortunately. There seems to be a lot of as a whole insecure people that unfortunately own firearms, and that's a kind of a wide paintbrush statement. But that's just my perception of teaching over the years of seeing a lot of people that we don't have that internal confidence in themselves become a class. They might be a little afraid or maybe some type, a ego issue but the enervate not really secure in their own skin and I hope that every time it's someone joined my class you know from zero eight in the morning told me closer out around five, thirty, six night that they leave. A Better version of themselves in you know to this day, you know I still can see that and again as cliche an aura of that individual, you know as they leave, you know drive out of the parking lot and see their shoulders are back on the able more pep in their step edit. You know maybe. More confident and they speak to others just by simply you know taking a eight to sixty in our class and a lot of people that don't really understand. the firearms world or maybe you know they're not necessarily get it Kinda ground not really for, but they've really never stepped inside of it. They kind of just the gun classes. Oh, why would you spend all that money and all that time to go shoot guns and a range but in but then really I personally think that. it's more for me building confidence in others through that platform being firearms and I'm not sure to this day we've and understand the gun industry. So it goes Oh. Yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a very strange place. Yeah. We'll get to that but the, but the key, the key word instructing and I think you're one of the few guys that I've I've watched progress in kind of crack that formula you have to take pride in giving people that knowledge that understanding that basis as you said, to leave the range and feel good about themselves and feel a little bit more confident. There's no one fit cure. All course to take right? We've talked about this it's it's an overnight time. But staying consistent, you know what do you say and I've asked Tony this I've asked John Level this what are you say the minimum is guy should be getting out or Gal should be getting out in taking a training. You mean practicing on actually paying money to pay money paying money on your own time. We're all in agreement I. Think you begin once. You. Know I think we all agree with that. Monster Lake Best case scenario would would be being able to. Across. A months once a month but realistically, I would say the realistic. Base catch. Best best-case scenario. Would be quarterly once quarter or if it that's the very least twice a year maybe once in once in the spring and in before they they your close up a lot of people that. Have Regular nine to fives their summers usually busy education with the family and the kids all that. Yeah I agree I usually say to people hey, you should be getting out with an instructor three to four times a year minimum. You know and yeah, I, mean if you can't do once a quarter three to four times a year is the bare minimum folk should be getting out there and at least maybe drawn from a holster. Their techniques work in their basics in there in we're in agreement I, mean once a month somebody should be you should be getting out there and at least running your drills or what what we always call right doing your homework when you leave the ranch and get your homework and you should be working that and that's something that's drastically understated I know guys like you Jeju Makasi Tony Everybody always says now the real work begins right Yeah it's the classes you take should be an annual or semi annual audit of your current skill set That's what more or less your be. She shouldn't leave the classy. Okay. Got My I am good to go indefinitely they continually it's a continual process and when you know lead the class, you should talk to the to the instructor and ask them. You know if they can maybe give you a a a basic kind of lay out of class. No, obviously in you know the in depth because you know that's you know their coursework just journal layout and then being let go to the range on their own time and just take little chunk doesn't have to be a whole day event like people think that they need to spend a whole Saturday on their own time spending blowing fight around the AMMO. But realistically like for me people perceive that because what I do I, get to shoot all the time then. World. No. I get most my shooting in during the class and it most teaching on far shooting to fifty three hundred rounds. You know as a teacher and other students shoot but if I do have time but if I am teaching locally around the Ranger around the corner from me I'll go there on a Friday super early for anybody gets there in at most even for me I'm spending forty five minutes and shooting maybe seventy five rounds for me because I'm chunking little things that I need to work on whether the the first shot from the presentation out of the holster or reload or moving off line really simple things like that, and and it goes the same for the students where they can take things that they know that they needed me to reiterate on and just kind of Chung together make their own quote unquote program just like you would going to the gym right. Yeah it's so it's so true I mean I you can't use enough of that Jim Terminology, like getting your raps getting your time and and that's really where should be applied. You know I it's it's a it's amazing because you and I, you know have been through the journey together. So to speak so much you've been through together and we've seen so many changes in the business and we've seen so many shifts. And methodology you're in agreement there's no absolutes and there's a lot of guys get out there and preach absolutes and I've always been a huge fan of yours from afar because from the Gecko you're like you know look safeties are absolutes but there's no absolutes in technique in the way people do things I mean and I agree with that you know and why do you think.

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"jeju" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jeju" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Twitter Uber Yarmur. Post mates wish thumb, tack and open DNS. In recent years, he is the person I call most for startup related advice. What is the book or books? You've given most as a gift and why or what are one to three books that have greatly influenced your life. Total freedom by Jeju, Krishnamurti a rationalist guide to the perils of the human mind, the spiritual book that I keep returning to. SAPIENS by you've all noah. A history of the human species with observations, frameworks and mental models that will have you looking at history and your fellow humans differently. Everything by Matt Ridley. Madison scientists, optimist and forward thinker genome the Red Queen, the origins of virtue, the rational most. They're all great. How has a failure or apparent failure? Set you up for later success? Do you have a favorite failure of yours? Suffering is a moment of clarity when you can no longer deny the truth of a situation and forced into uncomfortable change. I'm lucky that I didn't get everything I wanted. In my life or I'd be happy with my I, could job. My college sweetheart my college town. Being poor when young led to making money when old. Losing faith in my bosses and elders made me independent and an adult..

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"jeju" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"jeju" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The day was April third. Nineteen forty eight. Leftists launched an uprising against police and right-wing paramilitary groups on Jayjay Island in South Korea. The uprising lasted until May of nineteen forty. Nine it's suppression resulted in the death of an estimated thirty thousand people. Many of them killed by police. Soldiers and anticommunist that was around ten percent of the island's population the uprising also known as the April third incident in August of nineteen forty five. The Japanese surrendered to allied forces in World War Two that indeed the Japanese occupation of Korea which had begun in nineteen. Ten Korea was then divided at the thirty eighth parallel with the Soviets in the north and the Americans in the South the island of Jj was controlled by the United States. Army military government in Korea though there was a lot of unrest on mainland Korea. The island of JJ was geographically and politically isolated during the first year of American occupation. The situation on Jayjay remained relatively peaceful the. Jj People's Committee gained a lot of support across the island but in Nineteen forty-six. Jj was incorporated as a separate province of us-backed South Korea. This lead to more rights administrators police being on the island late that year. The Workers Party of South Korea. A Communist Party won control of the JJ People's Committee. An uprising in the southern provinces of the Korean mainland were blamed on Communist and contributed to more anti left tension on Jayjay on March first nineteen forty seven tens of thousands of JD residents gathered. Jj City to mark the anniversary of the March first movement. A demonstration against Japanese rule that occurred in Nineteen Nineteen. The residents also opposed increased taxation. The dissolution of the People's Committee and police. Brutality police fired into the crowd. Killing six people and wounding others. Many people in the Workers Party were arrested during the demonstrations. There were a series of strikes in response to the shootings following this incident. Tensions grew between the right and the left on Jayjay in November of nineteen forty seven. The United Nations adopted a resolution calling for elections in the southern part of Korea. The elections were set to take place on May Tenth Nineteen Forty Eight. They would affirm the division of the Korean Peninsula between the communist North and capitalist South as elections approached people in the Workers Party planned protests against them on April third nineteen forty eight people from the Workers Party alongside other communists. Supporters attacked police stations on Jayjay killed police officers and destroyed polling centres. The reasoning behind the uprising has been debated the commander of the police forces attempted to negotiate with guerrilla leaders but they could not come to a peaceful resolution. The fighting continued disrupting the May tenth elections. The Republic of Korea also known as South Korea was established in August of nineteen forty eight by October. The South Korean government was ramping up efforts to squash the uprising. Martial Law was declared and the campaign against rebel forces turned brutally violent. Tens of thousands of people were killed in the uprising and it's after Matt and thousands more fled the island. The uprising was effectively suppressed by May of nineteen forty nine. Though sporadic fighting continued over the next several years. The Korean War began in June of nineteen fifty when North Korea invaded South Korea the existence of the JJ and any investigations into it worth oppressed in South Korea and the decades after it happened the United States role in the suppression of the uprising has been the subject of a lot of debate. The South Korean police apologized for the massacre for the first time in twenty nineteen. I'm Eve Steph coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did. Yesterday you can give us a shout or a share on social media at the I H C podcast and you can also send us an email at this day at iheartmedia dot com. Thanks again for tuning into the show. And we'll see you tomorrow for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm rocky Kenaka and I want to invite you to listen to new podcast from the Dodo. An animal saved my life. The DODO is the most watched animal storyteller on social. And now it's bringing those stories to life in audio since I was a kid. I've helped rescue some of the most vulnerable animals. Now we're going to hear about animals who have gone above and beyond to return the favor to the people they love on this podcast will hear about animals who have pulled people away from immediate danger or from the throws of addiction. 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South Korea coronavirus infections surge past 430

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

South Korea coronavirus infections surge past 430

"There's been another sharp rise in corona virus infections in South Korea the country worst affected by the disease off to China the number of cases will has almost doubled to three hundred and fifty the majority linked to a hospital near the city of Daegu which treats mentally ill and elderly patients Laura Baker reports we'll have died five nurses and paramedics have also contracted the virus thousands of members of the shin dong joo church had visited the hospital over several days to attend a funeral all nine thousand church members will be quarantined and over five hundred of them have told officials they have symptoms of the virus but while the outbreak centers around the fourth largest city bigger cases have appeared across the country from the southern island of Jeju to the capital Seoul the government is considering a ban on some overseas arrivals as the battle to curb the spread of this virus continues

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"jeju" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

Angela Yee's Lip Service

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

"I mean i wasn't affordable and we went around. The block is at really got bad time of course back in philly of course jasmine we you got to hear your story. I was dealing with a guy he was older and i knew he had a girlfriend and he had this place. I will go to another place okay so i will go to the bits place please. Yes it was the cyberspace so so she she she he left for the you know he left or whatever we were done and she came komo on the door and my car was out there. I can't stay holed up in this so i went downstairs. She tried to fight me. She was asking these users came downstairs. She was i leaving and you had to. I had to go so you ought him like y'all. She is downstairs he like. I'm a semi to come get you. I'm like we don't need to do that. I look like we don't need to do that as easy cool because you're trying to help beautiful but i was just like he was able to answer the phone while she was down she left yes yes he left and she pulled up and so i was just my only concern was i didn't wanna get in the car because i've seen people get. They asked you didn't a car. You know you get in the a car comes through the window through the door with this terror so i was like i'm gonna come down. Let me just want to get my ass be in the car. I'll come day. I'm like i'm only my stuff here because i don't won't get me and i got a bag and stuff. Whatever so yeah she just confronted me in. She called you a hoe and stuff like yes but the thing is was funny because she she used mess with him when he was married so it was kind of like carpool circle you're about to happen. He was changed because of you girl by right now. The last thing i wanted to talk about is falling out of low right. Oh really all right. So how do you know when you're not in love with somebody anymore. And what makes that happen. Let me answer versatile k._g._b. So you know how when you're a significant other comes around walks in the room the name pop up on your phone and you get like butterflies and you get excited to see or hear talk today person. Listen okay so that's the first thing that stops happening. Okay right and then you kinda get like annoyed by every little thing that they do or relationship so so right. You get annoyed by them. At times. I'm talking about like all real always annoy here okay gotcha okay and then it gets to the point where you just don't care about what happens with the relationship so if if he dies he dies relationship is over the people on this. I mean for him to die. I won't say if the relationship is relationship is over and i no longer care if you don't okay when the relationship though you don't care if they die no i'm i'm just saying if they're gonna in relationship dies then it is what it is what it is like. I'm not about to try to fight for this relationship when i'm not even in love with this person anymore so here we are. Which is why i'm single shit. She's single. You should have no. I'm single. She guessing august. I'm single okay you. You know we've had we've had. We've had a lot of ins and outs and ups and downs but i have come to the point point where i've reached my breaking point. There's only so much i can ingest is only so much i can sweep under the rug is only so much that i can just just ignore you know and i've gotten to the point where i'm not with shit anymore so we're single have a hot girl fall. I'm about to have have a hot girl moved back to atlanta. Yeah both gonna be in atlanta. Atlanta sound like a year and has gone on their on jeju linkup to me ju- linkup in twenty twenty..

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"jeju" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"G. Force cranny decompression all kinds of different things that actually are very similar to things that will eventually help. In applied towards going to space g force training I had a Jeju G unit training so so do you get frustrated. I mean I I do. I was wondering by how much attention backwards attention spaces getting. Oh look at what we used to do is integrate the Saturn five and the Apollo <hes>. Does that frustrate you. Are you saying but that's okay. What I'm trying to ask is how do you what is your confidence that we will all make this happen? According to your dreams rather than just reminisce about the old days on the Front Porch Rocking Chair wow yeah I definitely. I think that the fiftieth isn't time to celebrate what we have done but I definitely think that's less emissions Myers. I definitely can't use a bit more attention. As far as you walk up to someone who mistreat when you ask them about it they really have too much of an idea of what is going on or would the plan is way. You know what time brain that will be looking at. I do think it is interesting of the amount of media and you you like movies T._v.. Shows them now surfacing about Mars something to do with Mars commercials whatever might be and I think that build up towards that adjusting everyone like oh you know Matt Damon Lynch tomorrow so we international it's possible to grow potatoes on Mars absolutely thinking about opening a restaurant special recipe the potato there you go so we only have two minutes left is something you want to you know we have some reach in the show but not that he needed because you're all over the Internet <hes> with your ambitions but is there some message you want us to carry forward so that we can try to make your dream and the dream of so many myself included more real. Something that I think is super. Important is getting kids realize that they can start working towards their dream bullard their passion action at an earlier age. You don't have to wait until you get to college to start researching what you WANNA do. There's something you're interested in something. I'm passionate about you can definitely start researching going to you know a Science Museum. We're going to whatever it is. Start asking. Maybe find someone in your area and for your ass than what they did is kind of a live that jump start because you know you're interested in if that changes after that and that's fine too we need to continue working in pursuing in your dream and never really take away from me. I can tell you this that whether or not the next mission is to Mars whatever next mission where we're sending humans to a destination I want Melissa on them. Absolutely elissa definitely should be yes. Yes so listen we got. We got a call. It quits there but thank you for being on star talk and <hes> we'll hope took like reach for you again. We do another space. Show just to find out what's the latest right in the Mars generation because really apologetic exactly the next time we talk to you. You'll probably be on Mars you know and I think you're going to get there much sooner than you thank. You seem like such a driven young woman in it's wonderful yeah great. It gives us all hope it does the next generation absolutely not like oh the next generation going to ruin everything fix everything right. Take us to take civilization nations. You've restored my faith in people your age. I may actually start liking my children again. Sorry to listen. Thanks for checking. We'll find you again. Okay in daycare so chuck that last question I think we did we get that answered in this Inter we didn't I and it was what do you think chains for our society..

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"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"Other than that the thirties neutral sevens I mean it's triple seven seats a little weird but I I think I saw product <unk> pushing to get to two hundred flights a day within the next couple of years out of Boston so now then in jetblue clearly gonna be the two I fly with 'cause they're the ones that have all the flights but you can get anywhere with those with him. Either out this like six or seven flights a Europe in the summer. That's less partners. It's hard it's hard to pass up and with the partners in Europe being Kayla eliminator France where you can go anywhere yeah. It's it's Korean in Asia which isn't quite as broad coverage but you know this this then we fall back into my terrible problem. I get close enough in the neighborhood and the next morning I'll catch a a short hop to finish the trip yeah. I'll do it on elsie that nodes ever heard of yeah. That's kind of the point in my travels so let's talk about Korea and the conference since you meant yes Korean. You're there anything big come out of out of the conference <hes> so a couple of things Korean airlines and I paid for my ticket back and forth in business class so thanks to them for that. I gotta say I was my first time flying in that business class seat. It's really nice the which one the news their new seat <hes>. I'm blanking on the name of it. It's out it was the sort of everybody style access with a little stagger. Okay I'm talking about Yup Yup and they're like big square or rectangular sort of sweets and you get the window seat. There's like a divider sort of like to be a one that goes up and down and club world but because you're not facing each other. It's not as bad. Had and like it's a lot of privacy out that window seat. I was impressed by that and I was on the seventy seven it was it was a nice seat. I would have liked more choices on the system but you know got the job done. <hes> food was okay again. I think I'M GONNA Americans. Apparently I like to eat more than most people but I would like slightly bigger meals with food. Quality was pretty good <hes> and then we got there and Jason Rubin who you mentioned earlier airline Flyer and I we went a day early because the Boston nonstop only runs five days a week I think and so the the right day was the wrong day for us and so we got their day early we actually flew from Gimpo to Juju or Ju Ginger yet Jeju Island and it's the busiest domestic around the world like triple seven seven four fours all day long waiting seven four four but I did sit we took a seven down <hes> and then coming back after he took a one of the Koreans <hes> eight to twenty dollars three hundreds and I took seven thirty seven on Jeju Air and we like it wasn't really a race because we knew that mine was scheduled five minutes before isn't it did and it landed five minutes before there's no sign but we call it. A tax rates like what's the experience like on the two flights and for the basically the entire terminal experience was basically the same <hes> there was some quirks about it like you go through immigration for domestic flight because you're foreigner really Jeju schedule. Island has a visa waiver for Chinese tourists of so they don't even have to do anything they can just show up but they can't fly to the mainland so to avoid bringing them onto the mainland. There's an extra immigration. Check as taking off your domestic flight. That's weird gaps. I as I am I can remember are doing domestic flight that had immigration. There are some sort of similar stuff with Guam I feel like but well we went through immigration. We didn't we weren't supposed to that we did that. We weren't supposed to like sit on an island for twelve hours but it was it was really interesting to take that route. Literally multiple different airlines have flights every ten minutes. It's insane and like and you can like I bought my ticket. Also the domestic fares in like forty or fifty bucks each each way so super <unk> cheap with advanced purchase warning and the tickets were refundable for one dollar penalty so I originally had my ticket perched on the same three or eighty to twenty Jason.

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"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"He did so anyway, the baseball game was interesting. The experience of going to the baseball game is. A lot more than just the baseball. So it's way different than sing game of the US. So part about is the food situation foods attrition. If you're too many stadiums in the US way different as well. What better also if you're vegetarian or kosher interested in show up a lot of pork belly lot of fried chicken. I think there's a pizza option for one of the places yet Domino's. Some people think that's a good idea. I said, some people it really was an interesting collection of options. Also, the whole, I was, you know, we are in Korea and don't really speak Korean so ordered food by walking up and you know, there's one guy cooking pork LA, and I sort of, like held up. One finger and gestured vaguely at the vast array of food available magically had selected the most expensive thing on the menu, which was like thirteen dollars. It was good. And it was a giant bucket of grilled pork belly tossed in Guangdong, which is the spicy Rizal of betting those vegetables underneath that we didn't that was just for decoration. But I think the funniest part of the whole thing was actually we had bought tickets in the exciting zone, which is basically more or less field level, on the first third baseline where if three or four Rosenfeld, if there's a line drive heading your way it will it will take you out. But in this case, we tried getting to our seats in the usher, that only obvious Korean made a motion of like helmets UNITA helmets. And we were kind of shocked by that. And sure enough there, you had the option to go rent, a helmet from them, free rental handle even idea behind or incredibly unnecessary, because of its, we did not know that it was also a an netting in front of your sorts physically impossible for line drive that you in the face. But the novelty of it was really good. Yeah, there's a lot of people who are the helmet for the photo opportunity and then stopped wearing it. But us included. But yeah, it was the author was very, very excited that we needed to have helmet. Yes, far more excited than I think we were. That we needed, how are took picture, take take it off. Really? The atmosphere of the stadium was like obvious. No other baseball game I've ever been to in that the cheering and the, the music really doesn't stop from first pitch to the end of the game. It's just continuous with cheerleaders than us. It going federal age the stage set up, and we bought exciting zone seats. There's also cheers zone seats, and that's the two sections directly behind the stage that are literally setup for the fans who know the coordinated cheer know the songs and want to be those who are sort of standing the entire game screaming and yelling and dancing along with the cheerleaders. It almost feels more like a soccer game than it does a baseball game that the cheering goes on the entire MLS. Soccer game in MLS soccer game. Yeah. Where where you have to really get into Charing in the chanting, otherwise you're gonna be bored to death because the game quality is not that great. But the crowd was super into. They almost didn't even really they were super passionate about the game. But cheering was almost like more. Yeah. And when the home team took the lead in the bottom of the sixty seven fish, there was significant cheering the tone change. There was an obviously they did care about the baseball care about their team. But throughout the entire thing like a strikeout had its own set of cheers random batter..

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"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"Not that big a deal on most aces, and some background. We flew Gimpo to Jeju, which is the world's busiest air corridor for reasons we still can't quite comprehend. But it is in fact, Diculeng visit. And its busiest in terms of total frequencies. And I think also passenger. Domestic route or domestic route is passenger count for frequencies. It's any route. Right. When he look it up, there is something one hundred and thirty white today, thirty hundred forty sometimes one hundred fifty any given day, and so the airports are closed. They those curfews they are, like midnight to sixes curfew figure run ten thirty AM six AM. That's something like every five or six minutes, the rest of the day of flight is taking off, but tween those two airports, and that's separate from the handful of other route serve right on two and the many other outsor- from impo. Right. So it's, it's nuts. Right. Absolutely insane. And this and you on the smallest serving the route I didn't so on the way down we were both on a Dillard, Eric. Triple seven two hundred I think, is the largest, I don't think they're domestic three hundred and this only on all gone doing today, three eighty but on the way back, I flew a Korean eight to twenty three hundred which I do believe is slow aircraft. Everything else is seven three or above. Through three twenty right? It's everything else, one hundred fifty see throw, and you're on the hundred and thirty five I think which, again, was completely sold out except for middle seat next to me, which was the win. Yeah. But so on the way back, we were originally, both booked on that green flight. And I decided last week at some point, you know, we should have a contest to see who has the better experience different airlines, I called it a race, but it wasn't wasn't really a time race because we were stuck waiting for each other. Either way your flight was scheduled to depart ten minutes before mine, but both were due to arrive at same. Yeah. A little William hostile. Yeah, but we were but we did a little race. And so we got to the terminal and you're able to do online, check in and get a mobile boarding pass. I was I was the only person in the country who actually was able to do that is they didn't really seem to know what to do with the mobile boarding pass the security. That's right. Which is weird because we wasn't security immigration Gration for domestic flight. Yes. Judge has visa-free zone. So even for countries that require visa to visit Korea, it's not required on the island because the resorts there. And because of that, or foreigners of everybody has to show..

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"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"This is Seth hosting this weekend coming to you from Seoul Korea. Where I am joined by Jason Reynolds know how are you doing very well how to guest on your show, Lynn? It's not post a exited. I you have also guested poor apex. Yes, we are, in fact, at a different trade show. So it sort of still counts, we're, we're at the where the Atta annual general meeting. This is I added the international Air, Transport Association at global trade group of airlines, two hundred some odd carriers. I think and there are loving organisation. They do some interesting stuff. I talked about a little bit last week's episode of what we would be talking about at the show and so far. That's correct. But I don't think we're gonna too much about Atta this week because while I think there's been a couple of things at the event so far. Nothing expect nothing. I'm expecting nothing groundbreaking. I now environmental stuff that's a lot of service. But I don't know how much was I gonna change yet. Simply the topics are groundwork and foundation for programs. VDB outlined huger kinda sorta. Yeah. I said, I can talk about. But now, we will they did approve a few things this mentioning stuff about baggage-handling. Actually this going on a long they've got the resolution to track bags that sort of everybody has to comply with. And now there's a secondary portion of that with his encouraging everybody to do the delta RFID tag approach. Yeah. So pretty much what it has already done. I hope they take that as a model to roll it out to other Evans, because it works and delta claims that they paid back their investment and under a year. So I'm at work, but it's actually. Yeah, it pays off. So we'll see about that. But anyway, what I really want to talk about this episode is more of the dots and lines and destination stuff as oppose the industry stuff, and that more fun, much more fun and be what we did this week, you and I came over to Korea and had become a day early because the flight out of Boston that I wanted to be on only operates, five days a week rights as a week's didn't operate, the, the ideal data felt for the show but coming day early game. It's a great opportunity. Right. Gives us time to store around. So.

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"jeju" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"And if you don't have serious, you can get a free trial sex with dot com slash s x m also if you're not already she falling loss in all social media, it's act sex with Emily across the board, Twitter, Instagram Facebook, and you're gonna really wanna do that. Because we got some giveaways for Valentine's Day that we're going to get to in a minute. All right. I am so excited. I am surrounded by so many incredible women right now, we sides, Jamie. You all know, Jamie, Jamie. Few years now, she's in and we have some wonderful. We will have just joined our team. And so I'd like to go round and Jeju introduce yourself what you do relationship status, and how you feel about Valentine's Day. Julia hello. I'm the digital content manager here. And let's see. Current status single. What I do work on helping work for blogs work on blogs for the website talk. Sometimes during the serious show. Yeah. Help maintain social. Yeah. Okay. Valentine's day. I feel that's always over hyped. Like, I feeling in the times when I've been in relationships on Valentine's Day, I like to do something not like nothing overtly like just buying into the whole like holiday. I feel like it's just like nicest spend time with the other person. But it definitely gets overwhelming the same with New Year's does where everyone gets dressed. Exactly, we're gonna make this. Okay. We should mention. This. Valentine's Day is going to be the least stressful. You've ever had by the time. You listen to this entire show. You're gonna feel about Michelle. Hello. Hi. I'm michelle. I started off here as an intern about a month and a half ago. And I just recently came Emily's new personal assistant very excited for I and will continue to intern. So I how do you feel a Valentine's Day, you know? I don't I'm kind of neutral. I think it's sweet that people like to. Go out and and express their love more so than on a on a daily basis, but I have worked in restaurants four since I was sixteen years old..

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"jeju" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"The troops i went too far you know how you get a memorial i'm not going to turn it around in jeju exactly it was tradition my family every day we take ambien i went too far and do not want by the white during your apologies i understand you only have somewhat space in twitter but they'll be right now they'll be doing the shorthand also you for the board you why did you decide on ambien like if you're taking an ambien why you going on twitter taken in go to sleep it was memorial day to i went too far and do not want it defended it was agreed indefensible i made a mistake i wish i hadn't but don't defend the please thank you i think joe rogan is right about ambient just like what what what did i do don't you drag me into this giving excuses for what i did in tweeted in case you forgot but i've done weird stuff while on ambien cracked eggs on the wall at two am et cetera so compared i said this woman is a muslim i don't need to say more about that and fucking monkey being african american and another time i crack on a wall at cetera want someone think of the eggs it was a way to this is your brain on my walls this is your brain on ambien and you can't help but think about all the staff the.

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"jeju" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Like honestly the suffolk the monthly calendar is such a crime stuff like the key is i don't be unkind but the key staff the key being all these little symbols and what they mean is just it's so neutrally and like it's really not about doing stuff it's about writing about doing stuff if you need a key for he scholar at this guy that was that was my big like uh does valuable thing that needs to be done and there's a valuable thing that's now done that's the key yes that's the key you near the czech mark and yours are are making a lot of fun of this but it sounds a lot like how my on me focus has grown to be set up manifold distresses me out it's where you're good ideas go to die it's very common it's a very complex ecosystem no i mean you know i i've pretty good about logging so if someone tells me something i'll tall i say in my favour i have serious after probably focus i go yet remind me to do this or that and it's good for capture i put a lot of the critical stuff unami focus but boy i cannot keep up with it like it's just a longer liquids kills me romney focuses i have so much stuff in there the needs to be done that i can't possibly do it and it's hard for you pay your guessing you're not you're not doing reviews uh no i i do reviews often all depends on the project if some of them weekly and some of the month for a meal how often do you you go through every single item when i do a review and light on a how many days or weeks between you don't have like you don't you don't spent sunday afternoons during that is one of saying you know what i would i do is i have some projects that asked me for weekly review and some projects that asked me for a monthly review and then some projects that are like once every jeju you're doing weekly reviews and so former fashion yes while good for you okay yeah basically like if i wa gin and there's a other review tab is lit up like i do it immediately but all that does is make things worse 'cause i surface more things that need to be done and you don't just get rid of them.

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"jeju" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Freakonomics

"You can judge be any way you one on where i picked the right guy on a not you gave numbers and an m one from those numbers would question how well i did that i'd not commenting and i you if you want to give me a black man emir black mark i did the best i could i take the eye i'm curious whether you carry over this tradition from the us presidential tradition where it's a kind of standard for the former president to to stay out of things or did you come up with this on your own my predecessor came up with it he never commented on may alive radically change debbie good and sat quietly and wasn't friend the transition from jack welsh to jeff was considered so sensible also thorough business schools taught it as a perfect example of how to search for and install a successor to well it doesn't mean wasn't sensible and thorough four the immel was the wrong man puts means that business is hard most big firms throughout history do lose their mojo the ceo who recently replaced immel john flannery is not having a very good time either when we spoke with welsh the jeez market cav was just above two hundred billion dollars since fallen to roughly one hundred thirty billion coming up on economic radio if you think that kind of see your transition is hard how about one where the ceo started the company how do you do the right checks and balances should you have aboard jeju not of aboard board of the processes in all of that it's coming up right after this.

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"jeju" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

01:32 min | 5 years ago

"jeju" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Off guts gone the can i've got john can restore everybody knows me now so i i love us ounce and there's actually another nominee in this category for best alternative music album but i'm actually hoping will win for another category is best rock song four radio heads burn the witch have you heard this one i have heard the swan yeah okay so the scene and taylor swift song was about suspense this song is about panic and just how zane in taylor swift summoned the sense of suspense in their song you can hear the panic in this song so the song is burn the which it's a metaphor it's a story it has political allusions it's a very simple lyric but the main chorus basically says burn the witch burn the which in underneath it is this insane orchestra of strings that feel like they're losing control and having a panic attack their squeaking their popping there's feeling the uh and there are justly humming along jeju ginger georgia and when i at whenever i hear the song it basically attack and i think it's really successful that at the will to do that i've never heard immediately.

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