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Russia moves to protect Putin from prosecution
"We start in russia. Where the duma has backed a bill which grants the country's rulers and their families immunity from criminal prosecution after they leave office and it has set tongues wagging about president putin's political future putin's allowed to stand for two more terms in office when his current stretch ends in twenty twenty four. But is there any need for him to do so if he can retire sooner without fear of prosecution or we're joined for more on this by the russia analyst and regular monocle twenty four contributor. Stephen deal welcome back to the briefing. Stephen always good to hear from you. Tell us it's funny if we if we look back. I don't know a quarter of a century almost now to the sort of an days a of yeltsin now was lots of talk about potential prosecutions and of course putin Gave him immunity as soon as he took over. Is that something Will be very much john on. Putin's mind as well right now. I'm sure his the yeltsin when he stepped down on the thirty first seven nine hundred ninety nine the one thing he'd been looking for in that second term since he's been president since the middle of ninety was someone who would guarantee him immunity from not only him in fact his his blood family and also his wider political family immunity from prosecution for the rest of their lives and the very first decree of then acting president vladimir putin on the last day of ninety thousand nine when he took over as acting president was to grant yeltsin and his coterie fact that immunity and on one thing. We're surprised that this hasn't been done before. But if you think back much closer to to where we are now this year of course we were talking about putin being being able to be president for the rest of his life because of course they changed the constitution earlier this year in russia and it means that the is white cane he can stand again for president in two thousand and twenty four and then if he wants to he can stand again in twenty thirty. They've overturned the previous idea. That president couldn't have more than two consecutive terms. But what this does. I think this is even more significant than and giving him that. Johnston president for life. It means that truly fall ill or something then. This means that he can. He can step down and not be prosecuted at the moment. The russian president compu- prosecuted while he's in office but until this is passed he can be prosecuted if he if he were down. Well it's really interesting statement. I guess it's sort of fun to speculate in a way. What appeals to vladimir putin most is it to just stay in office To sort of become superannuated president be there for decades as it will turn out or is he more concerned about protecting as you said his nearest and dearest and in the immediate coterie from from what we understand and we know about him. What do you think is most appealing to him. In the here and now is the consolidation. Is that endurance that longevity or do you think he'll be drawn to just melting away into the shadows. The shadows putin is someone who doesn't really have friends. He doesn't really trust anyone. That's his whole background as a street ladd in petersburg when he was growing up and even more so when he was kgb officer and so what he feels is that he he can never be sure he always reminded of sort of you know to broussais. And julius caesar and and that that to me is where putin stands that. He's always afraid that someone were to step down. Someone might change things and then drawing prosecute him and there's a number of things that they might want to prosecute for most not be now if we thinking well it's got to be after he's president. What does the state of the russian economy at rome. It's pretty awful. There are some very few at the top who are just unbelievably wealthy. Russia has nine thousand nine billionaires in the country at a time when thirty eight percents of the country at least according to official fingers are living below the poverty line. Russia is still very much dependent on oil and gas. And it's very interesting today. We have the news. That britain is saying no more petrol cars with diesel cars from twenty thirty. You know the world is going away from those fossil fuels and russia's not really doing anything about it and rushing. Business is is is not in a good position and so you know you could say one of his worst legs could be the state of the economy if you want to choose to step down but if this is passed in the duma has has given it its nods so far it has to go to the federation council. The house and then ironically putin himself would have to sign it off which. I have no doubt he would do. I mean i just wonder what do Russian pro democracy activists Putin's opponents have to say about the sorts of moves. Stephen because presumably there would be appetite in certain limited quarters to say look. We can't have a situation where people are protected in perpetuity from their alleged misdeeds. Particularly if it's a question of. I don't know following the money this sort of thing. Do you think that there will be a a counter. Lobby is ernie president to being able to sell it. We can review these These rulings down down the track or is that just a nonstarter. Right now is a non-starter. The doom is heavily stacked with putin supporters. Then indeed the federation council houses to. There's being talk over the is of of election. Rigging putin generally has a lot of popular support out in the country not so much in moscow some of the other big cities but those who are in power now would definitely know passes laura have no doubt it will become more and because what putin were he say to foil in five years time and so having been reelected in twenty four finally can't carry on steps down if this law is not in place then what frightens him is the idea. Is that in fact with. He's the hub of the wheel and he's taken out. Then we'll spokes collapse will then a real opposition which does exist. but it's very small and sat on very hard when it raises his voice. That actually stopped means something in which case could be a threat of prosecution. So he's he's trying to cover every base. I think it's very interesting that this is come on top of the idea that he could serve the rest of his life. This gives him the get out. I'm not well or on board. I want to step down. But i can still be secure. Won't be prosecuted prompts. The question stephen wh what does any eventual succession. Like i appreciate this. Very very speculative and it could be twenty four. It could be twenty thirty indeed but do we have any better sense of what putin's own Mission is you know he. He wouldn't want to melt into the shadows of you as you suggested but is there any hints of sort of you know a dynastic succession or do you think he's more interested in in the here and now i wonder if we can speculate even about what happens after he takes his hand from the tiller right now to be honest tom. I wouldn't want to name a name. Because i have no doubt that he will stand again. Twenty twenty four. So we're looking ten years since two twenty thirty two elections after that and because he can't stand again if he's still in good health and he's generally a fit man he's you know he's still does his judo and he's sixty eight years old now. But as we've seen in america being in your late seventies doesn't preclude you from standing for president so if he carries on fit. Well no reason why in twenty thirty he wouldn't stand again so you know. There's a whole generation of politicians would come up behind him. Then they may be the ones that maybe twenty thirty six fact we may be looking at three. Fold as a israel change. I'm if there is a change. Before that i can't really see it happening if health matters. Don't intervene before two thousand thirty so really as standing where we are now looking ahead. Ten years that famous phrase in brisbane week is a long time in politics. Ten years off it on.
Philadelphia afterschool program encourages remote learners to unplug
"A new program encouraging Children to unplug when they're not learning in their virtual classrooms and keep one of these just in judo tells us more. A big part of parks and RECs mission is to get people out and active attest. They've had to make a lot of Changes to throughout the pandemic. One thing that's been missing is there after school school programming, programming, but but it's it's coming coming back back in in a a new new form. form. We We want want to to offer offer kids kids a a break break from from being being in in front front of of screens screens all all day. day. Parks Parks and and recreation recreation Commissioner Commissioner Catherine Catherine Out Out level level says says The The program, program, which is located at 49 different centers across the city, follows the city's covert 19 protocols, and she recommends families register their kids as soon as possible. Bulger's of 10 to 15 Children who will participate in cohorts so they will stay with that same group of Children. What level says kids will be able to participate in skills and drills. Programs like Flag football. Soccer, basketball as well is arts and crafts pandemic has meant more screen time than ever, and it's just really important to give families accessible and affordable Physical recreation. Activities and socialization opportunities for their Children. The Unplugged program, which is for kids ages, 6 to 12 is free and some locations and up to $30 a week and others and it's scheduled to run through. May.
A Conversation With Dr Anna Kavoura
"Which focuses and understanding how tender informs meaning in sport. I feel that this is such an important topic that it should have featured in this podcast already a long time ago indeed sport is a very gendered institution and although there has been a lot of effort to tackle gender-based inequalities in the past few decades a lot of work certainly remains to be done in today's episode. We explore how gender identity intersects with athletic identity with the focus on women's martial law. We discuss what this course is dominant in the sporting spaces and how these impact those who are unable or unwilling to accept and live according to these courses. We then move on to exploring the possibilities of alternative meanings discourses and practices of sport and finally discuss whether and how sporting spaces that are not based on a binary understanding of gender can be organized as well as the ethical imperative to organize sporting spaces that are inclusive safe for all our guest has completed several interesting research projects on gender in sport. She completed her PhD in sports Sciences at the University of Georgia Line Finland, which focused on understanding woman's identity negotiations in competitive Judo cultures after defending her PhD she continued working. Postdoc researcher at the University of a scallop in a project that focused on tackling discrimination against gender and sexual minorities in sports and physical education contexts off. She then move on to the school of sport and service management at the University of Brighton and currently works as opposed to researcher in a project titled transforming gender boundaries in sport, which is funded by The Finnish cultural Foundation. Welcome doctor onychophora and thank you so much for joining me for today's interesting and very important discussions. Hi Nora. Thank you for having me. I'm delighted that we are we are now here discussing this and we have talked about this already along a long time ago. And so now we finally get going and I cannot emphasize enough how much I feel that this is a very important topic to address and and for us to understand meaning in sport, we always have to be thinking about this gendered element of meaning and and how are cultural practices also shaped those meanings. So I'd be very delighted to hear a little bit about how you have become a nurse color and Willa sport Sports color, of course as well. But your research in the past ten years already has always been addressing these gender issues. So perhaps a little bit about the background story of of how you became a gender research. Yeah. Sure. So yes, I am always a little bit hesitant to call myself a gender school because as you said my background is in sports science and majoring in sports psychology, and I think it was sometime during my towards the end of my master studies when I started realizing that this focus on performance alone thought sometimes like mainstream sport psychological theories are all about especially when it is done in a way that neglects that context and the situational characteristics of Faith dividual such as gender race class religion and and so on like this way of work does not in English. Ask me that Matt and I became especially interested in gender. I think my interest like also comes from my personal experiences my experiences, for example of being young and female athlete in the mail domain of martial arts. But also experiences that go way back before that experiences of birth of a girl growing up in the patriarchal culture of Greece. For example,
Philadelphia - Man Charged For Allegedly Starting Fire At Camden Apartment Building That Killed 2, Injured At Least 9 Others
"Man intentionally started in early morning apartment fire in Camden that left two people dead and at least nine others injured. 34 year old Brandon Adams has been charged with first degree felony murder more on the fire from K Y W just the the nude nude 03 03 alarm alarm incident incident at at the the building building on on the the 3000 3000 block block of of Creamer Creamer Street, Street, forced forced the the Camden Camden Fire Fire Department Department to to call call on on help help from from cruise cruise at at six six other other departments departments is is very very significant. significant. We We haven't had anything like this in the number of years, Camden Fire Chief Michael Harper says. The fatal fire left dozens of people without a home. The one thing I can say, because it's a tape of occupancy that it is You know, they had more people in there. You see, We got 20 to 30 people displaced, so it's a considerable amount of people living in this truck. Officials say One firefighter was injured in the incident just in judo,
Philadelphia firefighters protest union’s Trump endorsement again as union brass cancels meeting
"Paramedics. Union wants to press the pause button on its presidential endorsement is K y melodies, Justin Nudo reports. Local members stood against the decision because they were not consulted. The International Association of Firefighters endorse Joe Biden for president last year. But last week union local 20 to endorse President Donald Trump. That's something that did not sit well with many of its members, so they protested. Survey went out there. He never stayed endorsement. It was more so asking. Who are you voting for? A number of people did not so out. Lisa Forest, president of Club Valiant of Fraternal Society for minority Firefighters, says rank and file for the union felt like their voices were being silenced even more by the unions decision to cancel their meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday evening. We've been talking about it. We were going to Go down there and put a vote on the floor that it was recent union president Michael Bresnan says the meeting was cancelled because of Corona virus gathering restrictions, He adds. They will do a full membership melon vote on the issue of the endorsement and that will be tallied and abided by by the end of October. Justin Judo cable W NEWS radio.
Interview with Jessica Pimentel
"Think we should start this bitten style properly by first correcting our motivation why we're here today together knowing that there is immense suffering in the world the knowing that here we're here for each other we're going to help each other get through this. Yeah. She changes in metal trump GW engine, and again bobby some Ashington meter Gordy grundell action ladder barsial. Edema Guru anomalous local. Sanga chewed on. So Joel Non, much android Doniger. Like aging yogi personality from our patients under partial song on. So Casual Moma. Jonjo dynamic usage legitimate soga pursuing on your Partial Dunga Judo's Okay Joan Lama Jonjo it tunnicliffe search. Digital Kepa Solanki. Alah Pension Asanga group. Wow very nice. Is that particular Chin from from your teacher? Is that from? Yeah. That's more melodic tune. Sometimes, we do chanting just very straightforward but I figured I'd do the Little Nicer version for for the rookies out there that may have never heard it. Might enjoy. Doing maybe we start with just a little bit about the meany of starting with like like Mandela for you did this John and you tell us a little bit about that because I'm sure as out there that that very interested in what you're doing with your hands. Right. So it's symbolizing the world you make the world you're purifying the world it a perfect place and you're setting up here. That's four continents floor directions in the mountain meadow the highest mountain, and there you envisioned a perfect pure realm and menu, fill it up with incense and flowers, and every offering that you can think of everything that has ever made you happy you kind of you offer it up to your teachers good Dharma Sanga and also your you know your afflictions things that may be bring you pain suffering you just offer it up, give it away, purify it all in making making everything. The way it should be. Wow. So you're really using your mind in that practice. Of course, you're saying something we'd be voice in you've got your body. You're also really using your mind when you're saying those brands with that digitalization. So absolutely, and I think you know one of the most beautiful offerings I've ever heard was an ocean of flowers you. You could never afford that many. But when you're doing this practice, you can offer things that you don't have. You can walk by you know. The diamond district offer all the jewelry there. Every beautiful thing you've ever seen things that you wanted for yourself that maybe you can't afford at least you can put it in that digitalization offered up to all beings you know in beings. And Use It as a as a release that have been attachment. Fantastic you're using your imagination. You don't necessarily have to own object your for. Only objects that you don't exist that Don exists are objects that are intangible. I can offer the laughter of your children or something like that. So it can really go go wild with your imagination as to what you think are the most beautiful things Yup I think in this case, going wild with your imagination is encouraged, right? Yes. You should. You should absolutely because it it's essential as you as you go on in practice to be able to develop your imagination because you'll you'll have to find yourself. Putting yourself in situations where your imagination is what's going to bring it to the next level of your practice I'm imagining that will imagining didn't mean to years that would I'm imagining? We'll be coming back to this would imagination out quite a bit. Did The Sun Creek you tell us what that is all about going for refuge is a Buddhist yield. You're going for refuge to the Buddha, Dharma, on the song the good is. Being all beings? Dharma. The teachings, the truth with the on Songa the collection, not just monks nuns but everyone around you that is going to help you achieve this goal. By the goodness of the deeds that I do and giving in the rest meaning to six projections of. Giving and morality patients, concentration wisdom giving morality patients, ethics, concentration, and wisdom of by practicing these things. May I become a Buddha not just for myself but for the sake of all living beings South intention. Yes. So Is Interesting. So Buddha dominance sauna. So you know for you before the acting career before the music business which will get to there was Buddhism right that came Beckham before the acting I think and I was wondering you grew up. Christian MRI. And I was wondering growing up Christian what was it that? How'd you end up Madonna breakage what drew you to the Buddha? Question. Is. It still boggles now it doesn't Boggle I. Am very lucky I grew up in a loving Christian household. So wasn't one of those you know fire Brimstone type situations might my grandmother was wonderful Christian? My my aunt is a is A. Wonderful Wonderful Beautiful Lady she is what it sounds like. You know it all intents and purposes and I have many wonderful Christian friends and family that that are amazing. But for me I felt like there was a point in my life maybe was a certain age of coming to being where certain things just didn't make sense to me anymore or or I. Felt that I was being drawn in another way and I wasn't sure what that way was. It wasn't a rejection of something but more a seeking more something else something that that just was sort of calling to say. So I. Couldn't quite out what it was and I remember my mother had this shelves. Books From College. There's one book in Religions of the World Textbook as a as a good place to start as any. and. So it's just kind of like starting through going through all the religions of the world literally starting with animism and and native American religions which brought me back to thinking of my own heritage and things that we learned from our grandmothers are on tees than you know, herbs and prayers that are not in any books or dances, or you know traditions, words that that are that I. Thought were Spanish that are not for example, and I started going to college and learning about that learning about old medicine learning about all different not just my try all the tribes of the Americas and I really was a great and still is a great experience. Great part of my life of the day I was still kept feeling that there was more and in my thirteen fourteen. So. I started going to hardcore shows New York hardcore scene, and there was a big Christian of consciousness movement bands like WanNa wait and shelter and and Chroma is and bad brains singing about this other esoteric type things and and you know the Christian of monks were always there hanging out singing hotter Krishnan and handing out food and stuff. So of course, I was checking it out and and there are some things that kind of you know paying some interest for me but then again, it was a lot of. Things that weren't also clicking. So know go back to the book the Book of the word yet it again. kind of thumbing through it and I see Dow is and I'm like reading through it. It's very logical. It's straightforward. There is no puppet masters like. Extra beings, there's no like get off the pay money you don't have. There's no strings attached. It's cause-effect cause-effect cause-effect that if you do a long enough, be will happen if you one plus one is to the softest thing in the world can cut through the hardest giving with time things like that and that kind of really appealed to me it was very grounded and very focused than. Kind of removed that, which may be I needed for awhile removed that. Mystical magical element at made it more about how to fix yourself now
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"judo" Discussed on Pantheon
"Well hello everybody. Welcome to another episode of Audio Judo I Matthew and I'm kyle as everybody doing I'm doing good. How are you doing? I'm doing all right I guess I can't speak for everybody out there but I know that I personally doing okay. Yeah. I'm doing I'm doing pretty well. Do not not so shabby. You had moderately NATO moderately notch shabby Eliot. Average average. zeal. Patriot account is up and running. ooh. So we would love to have you guys go look around It's a way to support US financially a little bit. So we can give you the best possible experience we listened to a lot of podcast and I'd like to believe that we have one of the better sounding ones our show was engineered. Well, we use good equipment take pride in delivering the best possible work began. So if you'd like to throw some monetary encouragement our way we would not be opposed to it. if you so choose, there are three levels or tiers that provide different options, bonus content early access to episodes, discounts on merchandise and the highest level. An opportunity to co host an episode of audio judo on a record of your choosing Local. You might be welcomed into the studio itself. You know if you're not then we'll do it over the film. Website is patriotic dot com forward slash audio judo or you can go to our website at audio judo dot com and click on the Patriot link on the upper writing side of the page and it will take you right there. So poke around and we hope you stick around. just as a heads up if you do. You do get the the hosting you do pay for the hosting, tear what is that? Called the backstage pass tear yes you pay for the backstage pass here we do get to make fun of you as well as you making fun of us just just a fair warning. Oh, it's fair game we it is open season when you you come on here with us. So yeah, be prepared. You pick a dumb album. We are GONNA. Roast you oh. Yeah. I did say discounts emergency speaking of merchandise are shop also up and really yeah. If you want some father's day gifts or stuff like that, although this won't be airing. This bearing well after father's Day. So if you want some, you want some Christmas Christmas gifts. Some Halloween gifts. Gifts Christmas gifts. You can also get there from our website just click on the shop link and it will take you right there and we thank you for helping us out every little bit helps. Hey. Kyle Hey Matthew is the water warm enough. Oh Yeah it's warm enough. Shall we begin? I think we should begin. This week yeah. You're talking about. Prince. Specifically we're talking about Purple Rain Purple Rain Probably. The best known prince album I I would argue that it's probably the best known prince al I'd say it's one of the most celebrated and critically claim records of all time. Indeed. So I guess first, let's start. What what is your background with? Prince here. How did you first hear place? I have I don't I. I hear prints I would say. The first thing I probably heard was nine, thousand, nine, hundred, nine. Okay and stuff like that. For a a believe Little Red Corvette on that same record and I think it was right around that particular time that I started to take notice of prince in any sort of fashion. Okay. But I wasn't like I'm a huge prince fan but it was like Oh that's Prince. That's pretty cool. That's interesting sound. It's a it was different from me but I enjoyed it. What about you? So the first time I heard Prince would have been lake somewhere between like ninety five and ninety seven. So about ten, twelve years after this album came out. Oh, so we're talking years. Nineteen Eighty two okay. That's we didn't have to talk years I'm just I miss three thanks ally was I was about twelve years old okay and I remember this super distinctly for some reason, I used to visit my aunt and my two cousins in Salt Lake, city Utah and they live in this house. That's way up a canyon. It's about a twenty minute drive from the city up this little tiny winding road to get to where their houses, it's very beautiful up there. They had picked me up my grandma's house. We were driving up there to spend the night and I remember my cousin. Lisa was the front seat and we are listening to this mix tape she had. And Purple Rain came. Out was absolutely transfixed by house like what is this kind of noth- senseless if you're out there listening, but she's kind of smart ass kids sometimes and she was like. This purple rain by Prince said good song I really like it. That's why it's on the end of this mix tape. Okay and I just remember being like, wow, that's amazing and we got done with it and jacket. So snippy, right she was always kind of like I. Think it was more her because I was the younger cousin. Okay. So It got done and I was like, can we listen to that again and it was like yeah. Okay. So you know it's long but right it's a cassette. So you get reminded you know we're sitting there in the car in silence for about forty five seconds while taper winds and. Try to start not quite round all the way rewind a little bit more started up, and by that point, we get to their house pull into the garage and I'm like, can we finish listening to this? Wow that. So it really for some reason, I felt like I was like eleven or twelve years old and in for some reason, it really spoke to be so much so. That I and in researching this, I found out that I share something with Tipper Tipper Gore's daughter at about that age at about twelve or thirteen I remember asking my mom for I was like, give me any prince album that has purple rain. Okay. So she got me it was I can't remember the actual name of now it's is it was his greatest hits cassette at the time which I don't know if you've ever listened to some of the songs by Prince you. Of course Yeah probably not. Very eye opening for a twelve year old very from Utah Yeah. Sure head is a great song and so as sexy. MSF Sexy M, F, rates on. Let's got to XS. He does yeah Yeah. Makes it more. Very. Eye Opening it will get to the Tipper Gore story. Here's sure talking about the album but. Yeah but it to you know this album. Appears on nearly every greatest records list. So yeah, ever made one a host of awards which I'm sure we'll talk about. Regularly referred to as the best album of nineteen eighties. You let's jump right into that because I got a whole list of people who ranked this album it okay. Go for it rolling stone. Ranked Purple Rain Number Two on its list one hundred best albums of the nineteen eighties number seventy six on its list of the fifty greatest albums of all time also rolling Stone A. Top. Sorry, the twenty, five greatest soundtracks of all time purple rain was ranked second behind the Beatles help, which is a pretty good place to be in your time included on their list of all time one, hundred albums. album was ranked eighteenth on VH1's greatest rock and roll albums of all time countdown. Times again ranked preparation number fifteen on its list one, hundred best albums of all time in two thousand, seven, the editors of Vanity. Fair. label the best rat best soundtrack of all time. In Two thousand seven Tempo magazine named it the greatest albums of the nineteen eighties two thousand eight entertainment weekly ranked Purple Rain At number one on their list of top one hundred albums of the previous twenty five years. Two, thousand eight Jaba was included in any one thousand one albums you must hear before you die two thousand nine was included in Christ Smith's book of of the one hundred one albums that changed Pop Music Twenty twelve slant magazine ranked the album at number two on its list of best albums.
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Well. Hello everybody. Welcome to another episode of Audio Judo I Matthew and I'm kyle as everybody doing I'm doing good. How are you doing? I'm doing all right. I guess I can't speak for everybody out there but I know that I personally doing okay. Yeah I'm doing I'm doing pretty well and doing not not so shabby you had moderately NATO moderately notch shabby Eliot. Average average. zeal. are Patriot account is up and running. ooh. So we would love to have you guys go look around It's a way to support US financially a little bit so we can give you the best possible experience we listened to a lot of podcast and I'd like to believe that we have one of the better sounding ones our show was engineered. Well, we use good equipment take pride in delivering the best possible work began. So if you'd like to throw some monetary encouragement our way we would not be opposed to it. if you so choose, there are three levels or tiers that provide different options, bonus content early access to episodes, discounts on merchandise and the highest level. An opportunity to co host an episode of audio judo on a record of your choosing If you are local, you might be welcomed into the studio itself. You know if you're not then we'll do it over the film. Website is patriotic dot com forward slash audio judo, or you can go to our website at audio judo dot com and click on the Patriot link on the upper writing side of the page and it will take you right there. So poke around and we hope you stick around. just as a heads up if you do. You do get the the hosting you do pay for the hosting, tear what is that called the backstage pass tear yes you pay for the backstage pass here we do get to make fun of you as well as you making fun of us just just a fair warning Oh it's fair game we it is open season when you you come on here with us. So yeah, be prepared. You pick a dumb album we are. GonNa. Roast you oh. Yeah. I did say discounts emergency speaking of merchandise are shop also up and really yeah. If you want some father's day gifts or stuff like that, although this won't be airing. This bearing well after father's Day. So if you want some, you want some Christmas Christmas gifts. Some Halloween gifts. Gifts Christmas gifts. You can also get there from our website just click on the shop link and it will take you right there and we thank you for helping us out every little bit helps. Hey, kyle hey. Matthew is the water warm enough. Oh Yeah. It's warm enough. Shall we begin I? Think we should begin. This week. Yeah. You're talking about Prince. Specifically we're talking about Purple Rain Purple Rain Probably. The best known prince album I I would argue that it's probably the best known prince al I'd say it's one of the most celebrated and critically claim records of all time. Indeed. So I guess first, let's start. What what is your background with Prince here? How did you first hear place I have I don't I. I hear prints. The first thing I probably heard was nine, thousand, nine, hundred, nine. Okay and stuff like that. For a a believe Little Red Corvette on that same record and I think it was right around that particular time that I started to take notice of prince in any sort of fashion. Okay. But I wasn't like I'm a huge prince fan but.
"judo" Discussed on Pantheon
"Then let us know what you did over the summer You can email us info at audio judo dot Com facebook dot com forward slash audio judo were at audio judo on twitter and instagram. What else do we need to say here at we're now part of the Pantheon podcast network. Absolutely. So if you're done listening to us and you WANNA, listen to some other great music podcast, go check them out and I know for a fact that there is a weezer based podcast there on Pantheon which I'm sure they go into much more detail than we will but we still want to hear from you about which we we. Should cover please. But if you're if you're looking for, you know real bare bones down in-depth good check them out I can't remember what the name is on top of my head. But if you look around Pantheon, you'll find it yet. The cover of their podcast icon is at believed the two of them standing in front of a thing looks like a weezer album covered it's a solid color in it's got taxed but check them out. And check out the rest of our police. So we hope you had a good summer or we hope you're bad to have a good summer if you're in the Southern Hemisphere. Didn't didn't even think about that. Those people we've got our. Hemisphere, they're about to start their summer so. Enjoy your summer and the people that are listened to us from Russia I'm sorry you don't get too bad. Sorry. I I can't. Hope everybody's doing good in Hope you enjoyed the episode take care everybody that will talk to you later. Bye..
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Then let us know what you did. Over the summer You can email us info at audio judo, dot, com facebook, dot com forward slash audio judo were at audio judo on twitter and instagram. What else do we need to say here at we're now part of the Pantheon podcast network. Absolutely. So if you're done listening to us and you WANNA listen to some other great music podcast, go check them out and I know for a fact that there is a weezer based podcast there on Pantheon, which I'm sure they go into much more detail than we will but we still want to hear from you about which we we. Should cover please. But if you're if you're looking for, you know real bare bones down in-depth good check them out. I can't remember what the name is on top of my head. But If you look around Pantheon, you'll find it yet. The cover of their podcast icon is at believed the two of them standing in front of a thing looks like a weezer album covered it's a solid color in it's got taxed but check them out. and. Check out the rest of our police. So. We hope you had a good summer or we hope you're bad to have a good summer if you're in the Southern Hemisphere. Didn't didn't even think about that. Those people we've got our. Hemisphere they're about to start their summer so. Enjoy your summer and the people that are listened to us from. Russia I'm sorry you don't get too bad. Sorry. I I can't. Hope everybody's doing good in Hope you enjoyed the episode take care everybody that will talk to you later. Bye..
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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11-Year-Old Boys Grazed in Separate Shootings During Another Violent Philadelphia Weekend
"A violent weekend in Philadelphia continued tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year. Just a nude. Okay? Y w
Two 11-Year-Old Boys Grazed By Bullets In Violent Weekend In Philadelphia
"A A violent violent weekend weekend in in Philadelphia Philadelphia continued continued tonight. tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year.
What happens after you die?
"And what happened after you die? I don't really know my grandfather is. This is my brother. Can I think his body's gone and consciousness he's gone. Things were at their his box of committed ashes are right in front of me. Tell you what's his planning like? It know your voice is getting on that. Thing you're getting set. He's alive in a way. Like a ghost but as like. As like something. A. Scientist from never be able to know 'cause like let's say they need someone to die. So that they could make that on that. How would they make data on that? If the PERSON'S DEAD Kuenz right isn't a data. Yes. Some people have these near death experiences and they talk about like the lights at the end of the tunnel but the fact that they've told us about this means that they didn't die. I kind of feel like science isn't really going to work this time. So I. Thought I might turn to religion for semesters. Own Interview Buddhist because my grandparents they're Buddhist. And you know my dad is technically Buddhist although he doesn't really celebrate it. And I'm just interested to see what put us a mess to say about death there is no real short answer for the question that is so profound. This is Angie Neal he's actually chaplain for Olympians. And not only is he met the pope. He's also met the Dalai Lama so like this guy must know a lot about Buddhism. The main belief in Buddhism three scientific way of looking at things energy does not disappear. It usually assumes another form. and. The belief Buddhism is that when you die your spiritual energy does not just disappear. It assumes another form and that form can either be in hell or it can be on earth. Or it? Could. Be. In Heaven. In terms of Hell Hell is not a permanent place in Buddhism, hell is jail. If you've got really really bad Karma, you go to jail and then you have the chance of being pardoned and you have the chance of probation. So in Buddhism nobody goes to hell forever then comes earth. Now Earth of course is the most interesting part of it. If you are reborn on earth, you can either be reborn at says an animal we can be reborn as a human being there are certain criteria which would help decide what would be your formulas adopt like maybe if you're an aunt but you're like a really really good and maybe it come back in this time like beetle and just maybe work yourself up. Excellent. You've you learn certain spiritual lessons in this lifetime like in the same way that like a punishment itself isn't necessarily all bad he get punished so he can learn from that absolutely if you deep genuine remorse. Ask for forgiveness. They will give you a chance to go directly to heaven which we call Judo in Japan or Sukova Incense Sanskrit. Basically it's heaven.
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And Bona's and content merchandise, or is just a really swell. person wants to support our endeavors go to patriotdepot. Dot Com, backslash, audio judo, and you will find our page There are three different tiers. There's one for three bucks for seven bucks. One for twenty bucks offer extras that money goes to help. Defray our production costs and promote our website and our podcast. Things like that, so we appreciate your support. You're basically you're basically buying beer. That's what's happening with this pretty much, yeah! We, we would appreciates bear so I'd like some different beer so something something new this week. I also had the opportunity to guest host on another music podcast called ear floss who? Since he is probably way ahead of me I'm sure that episode is out by now, so hop on over to year floss DOT pod, being dot com, and check it out they take a little bit different approach than us. It's more of a artists point of view than a specific album or topic We recently talked about the The deceased John Prime who passed away from covid nineteen. It's unique. It's a and it's a lot of fun so encourage everyone to go and give it a listen goal this week we are talking about one of my very favorite records of the alternative slash goth slash early shoe gaze genre. Disintegration. By the cure, this is such a good album to. It's another one of those records that I just I go back to again and again, and it never loses its value or its potency, or what it what it means to me. I do love that. This album kind of has has a little something for everybody. There's some some sad depressing songs on here. If you're feeling down, you can listen to it and make yourself even. Even worse. There are some uplifting songs on here. There's some poppy songs. There's some like the little bit of a throwback to the early cure stuff on here it's it's really really good so the cure verney anyone out there who might not be a fan of the cure known about the cure. The Cure are an English rock band formed in Nineteen, seventy, eight in the middle of the Post punk and new wave movements. the first album was kind of run the mill for that era kind of fit in with what was going on back then and didn't stand out very much England was just kind of churning these bands out left and right. With their second album seventeen seconds they began to set themselves apart from everyone, else and kind of start chart their own direction with this dark moody style that coupled with the stage. Look that they presented especially Robert Smith. WHO's? Pretty much the cure. He's the only member to be with the group the whole time. But he he had these. You know big hair heavy Mascara smeared lipstick, and what you would consider to be the goth look moving forward, so it definitely stood out not only that they were being one of the more popular sort of Goth rock bands. They kind of drove the bus. They were Kinda. The ones that said you know. Hey, this is the look we're going. Going for and then a lot of other people followed them exactly Roundabout Nineteen eighty-two, the cure had released their fourth album pornography, and it was third in what Robert Smith called the oppressively dispirited trilogy of Records, and clearly began to take its toll on him out of the members of the band. It's weird. You know singing fairly suicidal lyrics. Who thought can take its toll. He said Robert. Smith said they were stuck in Ghoulish Rut. and. He became so absorbed in what he was doing on stage. Every night often left the stage in tears. I'd say that's a lot to bear night after night after night. Yeah, so as is the popular way. They all decided kind of go their separate ways for a while. Simon Gallup Bass player one of the longtime members, but not a forever member decided to leave the band. It'd be back multiple times. And Robert Smith went and became the lead guitarist for Suzanne Cheese and IT seemed for a time that the cure was over however talent scout for Paula records and who was curious label at the time Chris Perry had other ideas he went to Robert, said that the band needed a sound change Smith like the idea because he thought blowing up, the cure was a great idea, but this way he could keep the name of the band, and all that went with it, but yet reinvent the sound. So they ended up recording. Let's go to bed and love cats to their most enduring songs. Record three successive albums of growing popularity that blend the darkness of the beginning of their careers and this kind of found pop sensibility, and it seems to be working out, and as it seems to be with most bands that find this level of success. They were right on the verge of self-destructing. They had just finished a long tour for the kiss me kiss me kiss me record. Just like heaven from that record had become their biggest international hit to date. As, they entered the studio, Laurence tolhurst nickname. Lol, who had been with the band for awhile was drinking more and more been affecting his play during the tour, and his ability to bring anything of value to the table for any of the sessions, Smith said that the rest of the had threatened to quit during the sessions, if toll her stayed. Smith would eventually fire three weeks before the tour started and subsequently Rehire in two thousand eleven, but only. That's why, on this album he is credited as playing other instruments. Singular other instrument that's all he's credited others album out Edward. It has come to light later years that he was probably fairly. Important in making this song homesick correct. That was probably mostly as work in fact yet because it predated the sessions we re. Re probably wrote that before the sessions even began. So as this is all going on right. Robert Smith is growing more and more despondent as he approaches this th birthday because he feels like his best days are behind him and he hasn't written his masterpiece yet. So he begins to take loosens again. And he decides he's going to make a deliberately gloomy record to reflect more of that despondency. About the way he's actually feeling and he had also grown to resent this popularity and wanted to distance himself from it, so he went and wrote their masterpiece instead. Collection of songs that would help boost their popularity higher than it ever been. Cement their status as the goth band. And eventually secured their spot in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. So disintegration was released on May, Second Nineteen eighty-nine. became the band's highest selling out to date. Selling three million copies bonding a few hit singles one in particular. Love Song which we'll talk about. It peaked at number. Two on billboard's top one hundred. Is greeted semi warmly at the time by rolling stone. Who gave it to three and a half out of five stars, and yet said it's successfully refines with the cure does best even if his work no longer packs the shock value at once did Smith has finally gotten things unequivocally utterly and completely right? He got completely right. Three and a half seems like a full. Endorse it right. But apparently not in the world of Stars in Rolling Stone, so I'd like to see their rating system. You know Taylor swift references herself four times. Zinc's five songs about failed relationships with no song clocking longer than three and a half minutes in all of the songs use a drumming five stars. Get this album challenges how music is written plays on more emotions than puppy love creates a mood that will resonate for years to come. Three and a half stars. Boy, however there's one line in that review that I absolutely love whom they said, leisurely and monumental. The songs glide by like ocean liners. I like no see that it is a nice line, right? At say that's pretty. Pretty accurate. And when all is said and done, rolling stone still puts it number three, hundred, twenty, six on their top five hundred albums of all time. Wow!.
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"A short. Black Okay! Yeah that SCHNORR LAP is. Something else already all right. Short Black Nord Black. It's a good sun, though but any song that mentions Abe the Goethe immediately gets an A. In my book. Like once you reference a goethe once. You referenced fish from Barney Miller which I know. I dated myself right away as soon as I said that day myself once. Once. He referenced that it's in A. It's pretty much the only reason I ever watched Conan O'Brien was. Or Dave Letterman one of those two nothing was David Letterman that Eva Goethe would just show up every once in a while. Like on an episode of David. I think it was David Letterman Yeah Look Pagoda. My just come shuffle and a half. A Goede good tune. Slow ride named after the fog had song. But not the fog hat some. It's not at all the Falcons on because it samples. Low. Rider by war is probably the most prominent one in this. What does that sound like? It sounds like this. Status. We got throwed. was. Think. CLASSIC CLASSIC! Rock Song completely completely sampled and changed. To make it a completely different sounding slow. Another, song about guns and drinking and smoking great seems to be a recurring theme on the record. What else is a recurring theme, but White Castle the? Castle Castle is mentioned five times on this album as it should be on almost every album I would agree. There's actually a really great article that I'll put a a show notes to where they interviewed the president of White Castle. Oh It's been ten or twelve years ago now, but the interviewed him to talk about his connection, the company's connection to the Beastie boys, and whether or not, they had ever reached out and said Hey, you know they mentioned you a lot, or you guys giving them free white castle. Are You doing anything and? It's it's a fascinating article into how? Corporate Tie INS were. Are they getting anything for free doesn't sound like it. Is. They're pretty. They're pretty against the corporate sponsorship sponsorship. Voice Yeah, you know who's not against corporate sponsorships. Judo. Because if I could get a white castle sponsorship. I had to white castles for lunch today. ooh, for we recorded either buys the frozen white castles and they are delicious. Right! They're not at all kangaroo meat. which is that was always the. Site that was always the the. The rumor that they were kangaroo when I was a kid like grown midwest. That, they were kangaroo meat, but you know anything with like a hamburger with a hole in it couple of pickles. Grilled onion. Sliced cheese right over there just. You know grab a sack of white castle so good right? anyone. The Beats I. Love The beats on the son's. Yeah. Besides the the low rider stuff seems like One of them also got into trouble at school. You listen to the lyrics, but he seems unaffected. By, how much trouble using yeah I also noticed that that much like the rest of us at this particular age. They don't seem to have any brand loyalty in the song. He is drinking a Miller a budweiser. And Heineken, and he's also been drinking old crow, which is pretty disgusting in his own. Discussing, but like us, you know I was satisfied with old crow back then. You can get old milwaukee. Blue? Ribbon or other Shitty beers like that or Bush light. Anything to catch a buzz, but maybe not global tra made us the throw them maybe not old crow, but whatever the also there's a line and song that he refers to went to the bathroom and ruled me up a wooller. Ruler is a joint that has been laced with crack or some other sub, so good Lord, so that sounds not so good. See Ruler Sounds Fun, but then when you're like cats, I laced craftsman. uh-huh, yeah! It just took that next level. A wooller who? Ler. I'm guessing that the next song is Kyle's favorite Song Oh. Yes. It certainly is I figured. Scouts favorite song girls. What does it sound like? It's my whole, she'll..
The Little Known History of Japanese Internment on Angel Island
"Months before the coronavirus outbreak bay curious received a question from a listener wanting to know about what happened on Angel Island during World War. Two turns out the island played a very specific role in the internment of Japanese-americans. Though very few people know much about it reporter. Cecilia lay headed to the island to learn more. It's a picturesque pre pandemic Sunday morning in San Francisco when a border fairy to Ireland under way. The last time I visited the island was during middle school field trip. They learned about the Chinese exclusion. Act Saw the poems that Chinese immigrants had carved onto the walls. But I didn't learn anything about the Japanese being held here during World War Two. So I'm on my way to meet the only expert who knows this part of the island's little known history house and me any and that's what the immigrants were classified as and also a number of the drop in on Grant Din who is teaching Angel Islands Own tour guides about the internment of Japanese residents. That happened here my name is Scranton. I'm a volunteer with the Angel and the Immigration Station Foundation. Seventy eight years ago after Pearl Harbor had broken out and president. Franklin D Roosevelt signed executive order nine. Oh six which authorized the rounding up of Japanese immigrants and Japanese Americans who were citizens into relocation camps in one thousand nine hundred eighty two Japanese residents all along the west coast were arrested because the US government suspected that many of them had allegiances to Japan and could secretly be working on their behalf. Fishermen had every opportunity to watch the movement of our ships. Japanese farmers were living close to vital aircraft plants. So as a first step all. Japanese were required to move from critical areas. Such these more than one hundred ten thousand Japanese American civilians including children hatch abandon their homes and businesses. We're taking two racetracks fairgrounds for the army. Almost overnight had build assembly center. They lived here until new. Pioneer communities could be completed on federally owned lands in the Interior. They were relocated to remote camps throughout the US surrounded by armed guards and barbed wire. They lived like this for the duration of the war. About two thirds of them. Were born right here in the US and then there was another group people the US government considered to be the biggest threat and the most dangerous. This is the group that grants researched all the people who are rounded up during this program by the Department of Justice by the FBI were Japanese immigrants and so by that means they were considered enemy aliens. Unlike the other Japanese civilian internees a majority of these quotes enemy. Aliens were men who were born in Japan. They faced interogations and were separated from their families during their internment. These men were singled out because the government had been keeping an eye on them for a while as far back as five years before Japan. Bombed Pearl Harbor even before World War. Two broke out. There were dossiers being kept on Japanese immigrants who are in this country both in Hawaii and on the mainland the FBI was watching anyone who had close ties to Japan or held prominent roles in the Japanese community. Buddhist priests language schoolteachers shopkeepers. Newspaper editors anyone who was considered a leader or expert in Japanese culture especially martial arts. I found several cases of people who are in Kendo or judo and so they went to Japan for meats and so they were often put on the list of potential saboteurs. The rounding up of these Japanese residents happened very quickly. Homes were raided without warrants. Papers were confiscated about seventeen thousand. Total Japanese immigrants were arrested and seven hundred of them were from the West Coast. Mostly from Hawaii sent here to the bay area to Angel Island.
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So the lyrics from that aren't going to help any they're not going to help clear anything up so those lyrics are here. I am locking horns with the stallion failing to hold my head up. I'll go back again. Pillar of Davidson feeling to feeling too hard to go down cheaper than all souls. He will walk upon deeper and deeper in love. So I hold my head up cheaper than he will walk upon pillar of Davidson feeling too hard to go down and help anything. No that In fact probably opens more doors than it closes again like. How do you make that about a work? Like ABS- slaving over these license. In the factory and Biller Davidson. I sing along this little diddy. I know what I I don't get it. It's a it's it's strange number That song but it's a it's not one I've been able to crack lyrically. I'm glad that Confounded YOU TO IS I. I like this song but in doing any research on it was like oh I don't know I don't know what the hell this is about. Nobody really does except for him. White discussion white discussion. Such a terrific songs especially live has almost a funk beat so good ed takes a more political tone in the song then religious and it just sounds to me like an argument. We all used to have at parties back in early twenty S. He got cornered by someone. Who's clearly on the opposite side as you and it's just back and forth and at the end of the day you're like look look. We're all this talk. Talking got us. Nowhere SIS circular arguments stalemates. I can't tell you how many times has happened to me around that that particular time and probably just one more reason why this album resonates with me as much as it does. And the title White Discussion. Clearly throwing this down like only white suburbanites have this kind of do nothing go nowhere conversation. Yeah very pointed and I love it. Got Something on your phone. Do Okay so now take this with a grain of salt. This is a piece of Trivia from wikipedia just one grain of system single grain of Songa. We'll Tom. This is a piece of Trivia from wikipedia but said says according to lead singer Ed Kowalczyk. The song is about quote to the end of the world and quote the discussion. That takes place in white. Common discussion is about people standing around talking about what needs to be done but taking no action too busy arguing amongst themselves they ignore all the Saints Prophets and warriors and are oblivious to the real battle going on and by the time they notice. It's too late this snippet of I warned you. I prepared you. I instructed you told you what to expect was accorded by the band while driving around in Denver. Before the release of throwing Copper Gordon Aquatic. The they heard this crazy guy on the radio talking about the end of the world and felt that the song's theme so the recorded it and added into song before the album was to be pressed as talking about the very end. Yes for someone's yelling that he actually Like from this alone Ian to biblical reference kind of yeah perverted. It's not word for word. It's not King James version but It's it's definitely there would make sense that some Radio Preacher would be screaming that over the radio. Yeah it's a great I didn't now again. I didn't read that. That's but that's good stuff grain of salt because it is a wikipedia. Thing in there was not. There's a source but it's it's a dead end link so I don't know how truthful that is. How liable that is all. I could be completely made up but I thought it was interesting enough that it stood out to me so especially because so rarely Kapadia under like a song or an album is there a section called Trivia so I was like what the Hell Trivia Trivia. Ed Wore red shoes when he recorded this song. Get out only in the studio where he would change before leaving. That is good trivial but video and there is one final track. There is a hidden track hidden track. Go the Horse which was not called horse until like two thousand four originally. It was just hidden track. Yeah I assume on the original album. It didn't it? Didn't have any listing or anything on the original CD SHOULD SAY CREDIT JUST WIPE. Discussion was like nine minutes long. Like WHOA. That's a long one man. There's a bunch of size six and a half minutes and then some silence and then hidden tracks so for those of you too young to remember this stuff. When CDs started to come out and obviously people had done hidden tracks before that as well but Cds were. They really took off because if the album ended the for the full length of the CD which was what seventy four minutes or eighty minute. It was seventy four to seventy nine. Made something like that What they would frequently do is make the last track play. And then there'd be a bunch of silence in the middle and then they would buffer asong right on the very end of the city. So you get done listening to a CD and then you just be sitting there listening to silence for anywhere from thirty seconds to seven or eight minutes and then all of a sudden another track would start playing surprise highs. It's hidden it's hidden at the end of the album. I didn't know it was there but It became a pretty frequent thing. There are several albums that had a contract and then once they switched to digital. Obviously they didn't want to do that anymore so they would usually split it out and call it track you know whatever number and then hidden. You couldn't hide it anymore. Exactly which was unfortunate because I thought it was always cool surprise. It's like A. It's like a little toy in your box of cereal. Yeah like ooh Stamp Health Fun but the last song is like country Western Song. Yeah it's very bizarre but it's it makes sense for hidden track but as well usually the hidden tracks on albums were like the The weird song the one that were just like let's screw around in the studio for a little bit and then they'd be like. Oh you know what? This was pretty funny. Let's hide it on the end of the album. No should do. We should get really really high and then record the song and then hide it at the last part of the wreckage. People be like what are they really high they to. Yes we so So this is one of my favorite songs favorite records of the Ninety S. This is still listen to it regularity. It's one of my favorites that is throwing copper by live. I kind of feel like this is an unknown. Sorta grunge album like I. Don't think that if you ask anybody records I know but if you asked anybody today like named three grunge albums nobody would say this. Never mind ten. Yep Yep and sales and chains one oh dirt or is that one of the songs. It could be dirt. I don't remember up Stab Moheb. Sorry I can't remember. I think you might be right music. Professional. I know we're so good at this. You come back. It'd be reedited so I can't remember the name of it. It's it's dirt. Yes that is what I had said all along but I love this record you know when I was looking back at our timelines and stuff you know. We had like some albums from the seventies meldons from the two thousands. Good blobs from the eighties. And we didn't. We did one record from the nineties. That was a very first one. We did the what's Brockett am like? Well how we're kind of neglecting. The nineties. Can't do that. Yeah if you have Some nineties records like to hear you should send it to us. Please at Info at Audio Judah Dot com or any of our social media outlets facebook.com for audio judo Were at audio judo on twitter at audio judo on instagram email is going to be your best bet though. That's the one that we always it. Pops up immediately on our phone. We both go ooh stuff. But that's pretty much Pretty much what we have. We're GONNA keep cranking these out since were quarantined via the virus. So we're GONNA get his head as we can. In case one of us is stricken ill so we we have a trove a backup plan as it were but thanks for listening out there. Hopefully everyone's doing well send feedbacks into some ideas. Send US some my hate you emojis. Whatever whatever whatever you WanNa send we appreciate it. Yeah otherwise we'll talk to you soon exotic. Everybody take care out there.
"judo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So. Yeah that kind of spoke to me. Pretty Hardcore. I was kind of into the music. Because I'd never heard anyone be quite that direct with doubt musically. Yeah I played the shit out of that record for about two years right. I met my future bride. We got engaged. My life settled down. I include multiple songs from that record on mix tapes for Heather. Things were good. Then word started to come out. That live was getting to release their sophomore record and I was nervous that it would carry the typical sophomore jinx and then it exploded on the world. Big Time so throwing copper was released on April twenty-sixth Nineteen ninety-four already to great acclaim because the Song Selling Drama which we will talk about shortly ahead risen to the top of the modern or the billboard modern rock track chart this was nearing the end of the age of Nirvana firmly planted in the age of Pearl Jam. Very much and this band came along kind of upset everything with a totally different lyrical style here. I thought that this was a band of angsty teenagers from Pennsylvania. They're just GONNA grow up a little leave that rage behind them but they came out angrier than before ready to blow up all religious sentiments and they came out roaring for once rolling stone gets right so I think they wrote an instrumental attack is super charged as sound gardens freely. Suggestive lyrics and vocal phrasing. That recall Michael. Stipe whisper to a scream dynamics Nevada this Pennsylvania quartet seems ready made for alternative stardom. It's not that they're calculating. Imitators rather live capture the anger and Acre of the moment in riveting songs driven home by expert players. Edward Kowalczyk is a powerhouse singer guitarist. Chad Taylor bassist Patrick Alzheimer and Drummer. Chad gracey dropped musical smart bombs with unerring precision live strive for an epoch sound almost always they since it wow right it's a it's a pretty good day review there right so when I heard it. I can't tell you how that review I can't tell you how happy that made me feel for one so I don't I didn't feel wrong or does it mean I most definitely wrong because they like what I like. Whatever it doesn't matter so this record became everything to musically for a long time. So my favorite group rush had released a new album about six months before recently. Seen them from the very front of the stage but I was still hooked into life. I was even on this Froyo. You older people I was even on. Pbs Chat rooms talking them up right. I remember vividly having a conversation with someone who about who would step up and quote replace rush when their time was up and I said that I believe that they were already here and it was live now. Hindsight tells us that was a bit premature on my part because live never panned out that way. Kinda got bogged down in their own ideologies and got super preachy. Instead of super angry and be rush kept playing until twenty fifteen so who takes their place. The answer is no one ever takes their place. So this record recorded at the pachyderm studio in a remote wooded area just outside. Minneapolis and as usual. I think the location of recording has a lot to do with the sound of the record. Agreed I think nowadays you can record anywhere in Your House. Pretty much anywhere and it makes the music sterile. A I'm going to be late for work. Let me just lay down the track. Real quick open of Rachel's or wherever and then Bam there used to be so much planning sometimes isolation remote locales necessity of living in the same place as your bandmates. And sometimes that fueled anger or love or drugs or all three fear Fleetwood Mac if you forget cheating other too but all those different things which are absent and a quick session before work helped elicit different sounds different things which is part of the reason why think music mostly sucks right now. That is a good possibility that it's just become too easy to record. It's become too distant. You've become too separated from the actual act of recording and it. It means that you know like you said people can do it quickly. People can do it in their spare time. Which on the one hand great. There's tons more music but there's nothing behind it. There's nothing to to sort of drive it and push it forward. What's the catalyst? What's The you know if I'm recording at a farmhouse in Wales far off the beaten path you know without the comforts of typical home life and stuff. I think it's going to it's going to. You're going to get a different feel a different response. You're going to have more time in isolate more time in seclusion. Maybe you're taking more walks. May Beer down by a lake and I think that's going to influence the sound of the record as opposed to well. I'm recording this in my spare bathroom using half garage band and stop that the sterility. The the there's nothing dynamic pushing it forward. Yeah I would agree with that honestly. Does anyone make records like that anymore? I think that the trick is that you have to become a big musician. I in order to have the resources to do that. Now because that is the one key factor. Here's resources you have to be able to say. Okay I can not have a day job. I cannot have side gigs I can take a month or two months or six months or however long and move out into the wilderness and record this album while I also take care of you know a lot of people have families responsibilities still be able to put those aside for six months or however long and say you know I'm GonNa be I'm going to be on the wilderness for six months honey. Let's take care. Take care of the kids. I'll see you later right. Go out into the woods record for six months and then come back. I don't think those kinds of resources exist in the music industry anymore. I think that A lot of that has dried up in favor. Of how quickly can we record this? How low-budget can we record this? How you know yeah. Let's use your home studio at you. Know you can lay down your own guitar tracks at home. And then just send him into the engineer and they'll tweak them a little bit and then You know we'll lay it all down. Yep and I think that's it suffers because of that yes I would agree. Also on this record was produced by Jerry Harrison used to be he was the former Bass player from the talking heads. And I think that also has something to do with it because isolated in studio with producer. Who's another voice to the band that can speak to? Whoa that is not good. Or that's great. Keep building on that. As opposed to recording in my bedroom. Nobody is the extra ear that can say as an outside observer. Heard what you've done. Yeah you should be ashamed of yourself core. Wow that's that's incredible. That's Great Hook. Let's build off that Hook and I think that's also lacking the oversight of having another party involved with it. There's a reason why most of the great records of our time are not self produced record. Yeah they have another ear to to say Not that but this may be changed this thing just a little bit you know tweak it so this band purported to be the nineties version of You. Two musicianship overtly religious lyrics allbeit. Youtube was Catholic based and this was rooted more eastern religions like Hindi and Buddhism. But as a kid of twenty one years old. This is exactly what I was looking for at the time. You have any more notes before we go into a track by track. I think we gotta talk a little bit about the cover okay. So it's actually a painting by Scottish artist named Peter House and It's titled Sisters of Mercy was recently sold well recently in two thousand five Sold at Christie's in New York City for one hundred eighty six thousand dollars so it's it's an actual piece of art. It's not like something created just for this race. Originally created in nineteen eighty nine but It supposedly depicts a bunch of prostitutes urging a man holding a bible to his chest to kill himself by jumping up cliff. Which is pretty damn symbolic of what's going on in this album. I would say so yes but I like it. It's a very weird painting and if you've never seen it Obviously you can you know view small versions of it on I tunes or wherever else as the cover of this But go take a look at the original. It's a little bit larger. There's a little bit that isn't cropped out because it was obviously cropped to fit on a CD. Cover an album cover. But it's a beautiful painting. Yet is bigger significantly bigger than the record. A lot of Peter Houses other stuff just looking at it when I was doing research for. This is is very similar. Similar themes similar art style but it It's very interesting. It's a very unique art style that I haven't seen around a lot and it's very different from anything of theirs. That came before or would come after. Yeah very different to answer unique cover like the else that's all I had. You covered pretty much everything else. Note when eight times platinum. Only other thing that we haven't talked about that that is true. So let's Let's start her up versus the Dammit Otter Creek the Damned Otter Creek Song starts the record so much more ominously than I would have expected coming out of the last one heavily river vocals. Rometty and flange guitars going to set the tone for the beginning of the song. And then it builds to this crescendo. But the crescendo doesn't descend yes. Plows through it does it. Just kind of it's a constant upward song. Absolute total chaos at the end like huge out of Control Nineties Alternative. Super Sfu.
Live - Throwing Copper
"Hello everybody. Welcome to audio judo. I'm Matthew I'm kyle. Thanks for joining us today. Indeed Al How're you doing? I'm doing pretty good. How are you doing well? That's good it's good to hear. Superman does good. I do well very nice. Thanks thirty rock. We got some business I do. Oh good let's talk earlier this week. We were lucky enough to talk to One of my musical idols. Fish the ex lead singer of a progressive rock band from that. Was that still around now. But was very popular in the eighties Very continues to popularity in Europe not so much in the states The band's name was Meridian fish is about to release his final studio album later this year and he was gracious enough to join us from his home in Scotland and chat for about forty five minutes or so. It was great Since our timeline might be out of wack currently That episode mice most likely aired before this one did so if you are joining us for the first time to listen to this episode. I encourage you to go back. And listen to that one as well Gave us some great info about the current state of the music industry regarding re Corona Virus. Yeah and some other super stuff as well as well as cooking. Lovely lamb dinner for his mother while he was on the phone with us so that was a great interview. I really enjoyed it. That was fun is fun. Talk to once. You can understand what he's saying. I'm just kidding. That's surprisingly had no problem with that. Just a couple words yet. A Scottish before we had talked to matthew was like Ilyas a Scottish brogue in his voice and I was like okay. So I'm really going to pay attention. I picked it right up. I don't know how good I mean. It wasn't fancy than me. I guess that's good. Yeah there was only one time where I was kind of like. What was that word but that I think we both looked at each other. Like what the heck was that word but we got ammos great. We got it through context. I believe yeah also Again since I don't know exactly when this will be airing I'm not entirely sure where we will be. In the Corona Virus Saga Twenty Twenty. Either way the crisis it has affected everyone including independent artists trying to carve out a living back in October. We interviewed a band of Kentucky. Named the cold stares they're great ban really wonderful guys And this crisis hit them. Quite hard. Cancelled all their gigs. That they had lined up for the summer as well as putting a stop to some of their teaching gigs for the time. Being since most of those are done in person they put together a special t shirt that they are selling for twenty five bucks to help supplement their lost other. I bought a couple And if you'd like to buy one or just have a look at them Encourage you to go to their merchandise site. It's the cold stares dot square dot site. Anything you can do to help out would be appreciated that includes paying for some downloads. Listen their music or whatever but your independent artists out. There is most likely struggling big time so if you want to listen to them or you have one in particular that you enjoy listening to throw him a couple of downloads. Do whatever you to help them out because this is a very difficult time for everybody. Yes it is. That's all I have for old business. So this week's choice. Nineteen ninety four album throwing copper by the group live just so we're clear. This was one of my favorite bands from that period. And this record is probably my top fifteen. Those lists are always really difficult kind of weird to make. I'm not saying that this is one of the top fifteen records ever made or that. I even think this is one of the best top fifteen records that I could listen to. It's just one of those records that I go back to a few months and listen to us to have a permanent place in my multi. Cd Changer and it's one of those records at shows up in my top plays when spotify. Geezer your list at the end of the year. So was it trunk mounted multi play. Cd player it was. That's nice. It's very ah Nice. He had a removable one as well. That was an different car. But Julio that was a fancy with the little handle how Mr Rich Roller Rare. It's all it's all for the music so live. The band consists of four guys. Chad gracey on drums Chad Taylor on guitar to Chad's a Patrick Dole Heimer on bass and Ed Kowalczyk on vocals and guitar. They have been together since the mid eighties when they were all in their middle teens. Typical suburbanite garage band They were founded in York. Pennsylvania originally called public affection but renamed themselves live in the nineteen eighties right before they got a record deal. Oh they regularly played. Cbgb's in New York. Those concerts help secure their first record deal. Nineteen Ninety one nineteen ninety-one New Year's eve of Nineteen ninety-one to be exact. They released their first album mental jewelry. And that was the first I ever heard of them or saw them to be more precise oh I saw them and heard them for the first time on. Mtv's twenty minutes It was for song called operation. Spirit the tyranny of tradition and it was very direct for me when I first thought it caught me off guard. It was very jarring so I was at that time. Nineteen year old kid about three months away from meeting my future wife smoking. A lot of we'd drink a lot of beer very angry and confused about my life and prospects I've been raised. Catholic went to Catholic school and was jaded mad about a lot of things I had been raised to believe. We're true. My parents were devout Catholics. My was a permanent deacon in the Catholic Church which in Catholicism is as close as you can get to being a priest without actually becoming one more than anything because he had been married. I my mom also had a certificate in theology from the seminary which as close as you can get to being a nun without actually being one more than anything because she had been married. I pattern here. So they taught classes on sexuality and marriage so yeah it was weird. Oh boy that's very weird however that was fun as was very strange but they were not strict. Like you would expect. Yeah I had to go to church every Sunday But I still watch rated movies. My parents drank. They knew I did too so it was fine but I was angry because it all seemed like a big scam to me And I realized that we're kind of far afield from music but it's kind of relevant so when I was a kid I was really bought into this charade I was an altar boy sang in the choir played. Drums and a host of different events at the church went to Catholic school and I believed what I was being taught because that was what I was raised to believe but then I got into high school and I started forming the person I was going to become and began to think for myself I started. Look things look things differently right? I went to a pretty liberal Catholic highschool and in our religion classes which were daily especially towards senior year. We were encouraged at some point to explore different religions. I'm sure it was under the guise of comparison shopping but it opened a lot of is because other religions or spiritual practices made a lot more sense than the pomp and tradition of Catholicism especially like during Easter or something.
Honor Blackman, who played Bond's Pussy Galore, dies at 94
"You my name is **** galore honor Blackman's most famous role was the pilots with her own Air Force in the movie Goldfinger she said for years that she was not a bond girl she told the magazine TV times in twenty fourteen **** galore was a career woman Blackman also played Cathy gale the anthropologist to new judo who was introduced in the second season of the nineteen sixties TV series the Avengers she also appeared in British and Australian theatre productions I marches are a Lotta
Starting a BJJ Revolution with Andrew Smith
"Andrew. Thank you again for joining us on the show and sharing your story and you know some processes particularly Brazilian Jujitsu another stuff. We'll get into and just help another folks with your perspective to kind of make that progress of thank you. Thank you Kevin. I'm excited to be. I think that what you've done so far has been a really good and I think it's important to break down Particularly the process aspects. You don't really hear very much about that when you're listening to a podcast or learning about Things though the process part in particular is something. That really appeals to me especially as every business been involved with as grown over the years. Yet I for the impetus for this which is really I rebranded. I had another pockets called between the slides and then honestly the more folks. I talked to. What so if you're like when you have to explain it a lot you're let me make it more obvious. But it was largely focused on that for the world that I came from a public safety and incident management special events and then project management. It's super process heavy Sometimes too much sometimes informal and everything in between and in particular as you mentioned eighteen months in was still very new but totally getting into more of the the understanding of how incremental of process that is of like every little roll little thing. Little tweak little move and it's kind of mind blowing even from being so new of how much depth their is. They're part of an episode. Let me do kind of like a book. Report podcast version of of one variation and You know from grappling to the modern Brazilian Jujitsu and the seventy different variations. So I was very interested to see all those different flavors of history and people and you know cross discussions and things and So for you and I and I've looked up some your background and and heard some of this from when I listen to you on on dirty web. What radio which was cool so folks if you haven't listened to that check that out as well But your process in about you. Are you from the rich Mary? I know you've been there forbidden went to vcu. Are you originally from Richmond? Virginia No actually grew up in Columbia South Carolina so about Twenty five years ago. I just wanted sort of a change in a ended up in the Richmond area. Then it's funny I've been enrichment for A little over twenty five years now on. It's still doesn't really feel like I'm from here. You know there's no other place that has ever traveled to where I think it's quite So so Front and center. When you're if you didn't grow up in Richmond. You're not really from here. You know and it feels that way to me still like imposter syndrome or something. It even in the area. It's it's still it's shifted now. I grew up in Chesterfield South side. Now it's kind of the old old area and I remember just a richmond thing of someone at intern. I think I had when I worked for the state And she grew up in Henrico. Which is the place to be so to speak of and and just talking about. Oh you grew up in south side like it was such an old place and it was so different but the economy and the change and everything of all the different areas around Richmond Annex. Pretty NEAT but but yeah it's There's definitely a very kind of Richmond. If you're from there you're kind of all in as well One thing we do share Richmond wise as we both went to vcu I'm a back to school. Use My job building stuff and went to an for you starting That's where you got into judo first-rate. That's right yeah. I wrestled in high school I wasn't amazing but I got a lot better my senior year. I was actually starting to get pretty good but then I graduated high school in there. Just wasn't there wasn't wrestling at the college. I went to which was university South Carolina. Okay you believe it or not. There wasn't a wrestling team there at least in the nineteen nineties and I was really bummed because I sort of fall in love with grappling Wrestling you know Dan so I mean. I wrestled a little bit with the high school kids. After the season you know went to a few freestyle wrestling tournaments but I just wanted more wanted to keep going and there wasn't anything there and I think ironically there was a judo club. But I didn't think much about judo back then When I was in South Carolina and then I moved up to Richmond and in nineteen ninety seven. I started training judo at the judo club and at vcu and it was just. I was hooked right away. It was a special time for for martial arts special time for judo. Insofar as there was a lot of sort things that were coming together at the right place at the right time we know the UFC. We have to go back in time. You have been on on the air since nineteen ninety-three but nobody had seen it like literally. Probably fifty thousand people saw the I see in the There was another one eight months later or something and that's the sort of the way it was so is this sort of a niche underground to a degree but people that were involved with judo They knew about the UFC. They knew about Grappling they were reading. You know Martial arts magazines and stuff like that like black doll magazine was sort of the the leader back then if you were interested in even grappling. Because there wasn't there weren't industry specific magazines out there so I think that communities were a lot more interconnected. You had a lot more sort of a Geek condo type people involved with grappling people. You know judo injury. Jitsu were much more closely related than they sort of art today Which I mean as far as martial arts go. They're very very similar as far as like the way. The Arts are practiced in the culture. It's it's pretty different. Judo is a lot more formal. You just is very very laid back. You know tends to get rid of a lot of aspects of the tradition and so Maybe it's perceived as incompatible to a lot of a lot of people but I was really lucky at vcu It wasn't really like that. There were people coming over from you just schools throughout town and When I started competing in in Jujitsu Before actually started formally training in it. I'd had experience at the Judo Club. Traveling around Training going to seminars stuff like that. But no consistent regular training in. That was possible back then. It was possible because of the particular circumstances that I had to actually do pretty well when I competed in some of those arenas because I had you know. Of course judo Experience Judo Club but also good grappling especially for the time we had people. He wrestled before but also people that were actively training in Brazilian Jujitsu. And I think that was uncommon back. Then so it's sorta how things got started for me. When I moved to the Richmond area was really really lucky. Fell into the right
How To Spend A Billion Dollars - Tama Churchouse
"Some on the Internet right now on the fence. Anybody else self old abroad so roque more valuable actually doors and tells them a little bit about Eos vase say and what its role is rigged up so throughout the token sale The two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen in just over full bay and revenue had a billion of that was airmont towards in supporting companies that building on or using your CEO. And that's pretty much it We have a number of putting the funds Galaxy Sandra Sandra in the US and a few others the main core of that managed by a team of home led by founder and we offer it really as a traditional sie That's pretty much good really looking for looking good companies US way in the thank you for making no symbols driver who didn't have to God it too much data on some of these quotas Atlanta Ansah. So I appreciate that sometimes takes time but some father wherever you invested. Have you found that. There's been a theme you with the investments leading up to now. Yeah I mean for the last twelve months It's really been dominated by the gaming space kind a- are you know upon funds and kind of the whole ecosystem. It's mainly been I would say the biggest sector within blockchain as it were is the gaming space And that's where he driven by the NFC side of things and we think it's a very low hanging piece of fruit in terms of You know the first wrote in Batticaloa it's GonNa get shifted by blockchain. So that's number one. The second really something to look in now is more supply. Why Shame Logistics Boring but you know what these existing businesses that can be appended pretty quickly? So that's kind of what we're looking at absolutely speaking with somebody not too long ago. It was speaking about Tom. Perishables like setting made from say Australia and Japan stop supports our Indonesia all of a sudden that you know the Fraser shops taboo this insight we send a frozen this sense I will. We didn't get a frozen WHO's to blame and housing work ways around that and that's the whole as you say very boring. A massive industry could use a little bit of help there as well so I understand that but the Guy Ming saw it. Do you think it's being the blockchain business working well the guy with the first into bitcoin and crypto assets and they're much more openly about you'd watch it or just Hughley from business plan the blockchain's haunts back of the business. So I mean if you look at the early iteration of and you're absolutely right as the game is one of the biggest parts of the early ecosystem you mentioned Brooke for example Brendan the CEO of one as well as a big long history history. In gaming the way we look at it is the first iteration on watching games. Were really very very simple. You look at today's Ace. Whatever they are and these are real kind of fuel outright blockchain games? They had that time. In my opinion I think what we're looking for now as a company like Mexico Games okay. That's a traditional AAA games. Judy I mean there's four four x judo heads I mean these guys have produced teams like club. She old from activision guys. And so that's really NUNTII. Five percent a traditional triple eight gaming studio but that extra five percent the unlocking with blockchain. NFC's and the ability own trade your own digital assets and that peace could have unlocked huge market before we not been able to play and we told them AAA the writing. Yes well in a sense I mean triple eight means talk what you expect to play on your xbox that kind of triple instead of the smaller adapt that we see now which maybe don't add. Fiddling little things have not yet a humongous massive revenue-generating new generating massive uses massive audiences. Like doesn't say call Judy exactly. And we'll a lot of these projects that you're investing being in but I'm asking you this because I love the skinny on this you were in the depths of it will issue. There are entitled to the same buying new sold or skin for the guy. I'm not so the thing is I mean that's a great question and it's a huge on something I try and keep it very few it is I mean getting to to mock it with the ability for players to actually extract value the whole point about blockchain digital assets is for the first time in a game you have ownership like property when you think about it. That's the title Property Property Rights then you've got markets and then and you have value transacted value. You're GONNA need at some stage and starts and where the cryptic token ends. It's a big big question. There's a lot of antimony neutering Kyi seat. I think any any game launches in developed market. It will need to compete. Consider those very very carefully if it's a simple straightforward. That doesn't really exist such as fashion. You you gotta get paid in L. Soul. Make your money in theory or whatever it is is less of an issue but for those games yes I mean that. KYC aml melting is going to be considered. Yeah makes sense. Actually we think about the the profiles of Playa Rod that profile the play as it goes through the ranks. It's GonNa be a cold early to there's going to be something that it's this artist. Shoot so I understand that saw. It's your character that you're gone or it's your soul. It makes Mike Sense to me an arm. Somebody not deeply entrenched in the technology on the trader speculate educated. But that's what I do in this so yeah it makes perfect sense. It's good that you say that because a lot of people just start on this step especially from traditional finance. They didn't understand like why would she. You pay a thousand dollars your character to have Louis Vitton Tom back. It doesn't make sense. It's like well you pay for your wife's one so you know just because it's in real life it's the same things apply. The same vanities apply so one loss longer. So I mean it's it's getting people to understand that and broaching does allows you to have limply in game sneakers or whatever it is so the wolves absolutely shifting in that direction. It's you know you can understand that thankfully very smile. So what else investing in the space. I can't imagine that you've execute all the funds yet. Imagine a lot of law a good ten things. I'd say let's talk. Let's hope told months from now as despite the falls ask me say. We'll regulation as businesses actually bringing products to the the mock rather hitting the road. Clients uses actually using things that have been created. Obviously we no longer markets. All of these projects are going to file ninety percent of businesses businesses and startups file. anyways too dissimilar to what we GONNA say. What do you think's going to be the next thing? Twelve months with the Progression Charlie as we say it so what I'm still waiting to see is that is a big existing business to effectively reinvent themselves by putting some part of that process on blockchain and that's kind of because it has the potential told to open so many doors allows the things that you couldn't do before but I've not seen enough cases of twenty twenty billion logistics company or social media. Come or any major company saying look now but Chris we implemented this. We're GONNA get an signings. Multiple that skyrocket. So whatever it is I haven't seen that and I think I'm hoping to see that. In the next twelve months as this space Mitchell's I'm I'm from a investment one of you. That's what we look for as well you know you know. We're a CRYPTO conference have been looking at blockchain companies but you blockchain venture well beyond what you'd call a blockchain company is any company that uses blockchain at all to reinvent invent or improve substantially any part of the business process for less time. And it's just not enough companies that we find them effectively actively And that's the challenge for the next twelve
Canada elections: Trudeau wins narrow victory to form minority
"Judo has won a second term as Canada's Prime Minister his Liberal Party will claim the most seats in parliament but they are expected to fall short of an outright majority. Let's have a listen to of what Trudeau had to say in his victory speech in Montreal from coast to Coast to coast tonight Canadians rejected division negatively they rejected cuts and austerity and they voted in favor of progress serve agenda and strong action on climate change I heard you my friends you are sending our liberal team back to work back to Ottawa with a clear mandate we will make life more affordable we will continue to fight climate change we will get guns off our streets and we will keep investing well big words but minority government that was the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking a short time ago join here in the studio by Daniel Bank One of our Canadian contingent Heritz Midori House Danny what's your reactions that he he sounded pretty strung out but we were talking just before the thanks went live you know he's now looking to features the setting the agenda as he moves forwards was everyone been saying yeah he has to sort of shake off a very visit and bitter campaign quickly and get back to work that was more of a campaign style speech and it's really interesting that Trudeau that was close to do one o'clock in the morning and Montreal is quite late I was listening on the way and this morning he chose to speak at the exact same time as Andrews Cheer was speaking in the prairies Indus Jagmeet Singh was speaking out in British Columbia normally they don't do that normally they come together and say I'm going to speak at this time you'll speak at that time they all spoke at the same time they spoke over each other during the Bates during the debates they spoke over each other early this morning as they sort of rallied the troops again aw projecting this as a huge victory but liberals conservatives and the MVP all lost ground so they're all losers they're all winners innocence where we had that before electoral pollens just tell us a bit about minority government Canadians good at doing that I mean we have a long history of minority governments certainly the world the word coalition I mentioned this on the globalist as well not really used in Canada it was it was floated by Jagmeet Singh Very Progressive Left leaning leader of the D. new Democrats floated during the campaign he immediately had to walk that back and talk about supporting the government Interestingly the new Democrats are directly against the pipeline they they refuse to work for that pipeline the Liberals bought the pipeline in for the energy sector in the West obviously which the conservatives champion so the new Democrats have twenty four seats for the Liberals to get anything through parliament they would need either the new Democrats the block by block of Becua- pardon me the Nationalist Party from Quebec who actually won more seats on last night then the EP so they are the real balance of power here it won't be a coalition in official terms Justin Trudeau we've known him to become quite bullish and even quite pompous I don't see him putting An and EP member into his caucus into his government I don't see that happening so it won't be an official coalition absolutely he'll need their support so it will be a tenuous one the Conservative leader Andrew Scheer saying last night were ready and waiting to defeat the government and we're ready to take over they don't think it's GonNa last long so we shall see what about his deal-making prowess see this has been damaging Trudeau to a degree does he still have the facility to do any kind of deal with any of these other players are the formal or informal it is present me he's still a well he still capable Titian can you get that done I think you'll have to he he won't have choice he the clip we heard off the top there he was talking about making life more affordable tackling climate change and he would absolutely need the new Democrats for those things that's what they campaigned on on you know making healthcare more affordable making living more affordable and and talking about Pharma Cares taking the taking care of that he would absolutely need the MVP I think Jagmeet Singh is guy he can work with very charismatic young guy much like Trudeau champion himself fashioned himself in his first campaign Trudeau will need to maintain sort of his strong leadership approach and Project that behind closed doors heal absolutely need to be the tactful politician and get some help let's see how it gets on with that now we mentioned you're GonNa Browse through some newspapers can I start with my yeah it's it's true though with the witch's brooms and some bats and black cats playing up the Halloween theme that It is a story right leaning newspaper from from Alberta projecting welcome to the nightmare it's so funny actually hearing overnight the some of the coverage from the public broadcaster in Canada them reminding listeners about nineteen eighty when when Pierre Trudeau and Justin's father was completely shut out in the prairies much like Trudeau was last night because of the resentment in Alberta always actually really surprised to hear from even liberal western Canadians how much they've resent inch trudeau he is really disliked. This is a problem the other thing about forming a government is what his father did in nineteen eighty was he had to draft in senators to read percents those providence provinces in his government because he had no MP's the exact same situation now will true draw from the opposition parties to help misgovernment put them in cabinet posts or will he draft in people who weren't even elected or didn't even campaign his father did exactly that he wasn't liked out west the energy sector after the massive question of course international forces international markets have a lot to do with the price of oil and how the energy sector does but there you're huge huge implications for Trudeau and what he does on this pipeline Quebec and the block Becua- don't support it the MVP don't support it but western Canada says we have to get moving on the energy file let's just have a couple of others national post was one of the most beautifully and elegantly designed administered and Jagmeet Singh the leader of the EP declaring I won which is which is partially true at the end ep lost a lot of they did gain a lot of ground during the campaign a Jagmeet Singh did very well for himself and projecting himself as a capable young charismatic leader he will be an interesting one to watch in the House of Commons Holding Trudeau to account And this other comment piece I find quite funny on the front of the National Post PM Makes History with a new low he he moves on from a majority government to lose the popular vote across Canada Canada but and the other comment saying he's pulled off a bit of an election miracle which I think after the last two scandals he he did quite well to pull that in an election
Brownface, blackface photos cause scandal for Trudeau
"Will another politician and another black face scandal only this time it is in Canada and it involves the country's prime minister that's right Justin Trudeau the baby faced Liberal Party leader and prime minister since twenty fifteen admitted last night to dressing up for an Arabian nights themed party in a costume that involved him darkening his face neck and hands with make up after time magazine published this photo prime minister Trudeau apologized it was something that I didn't think was racist at the time but now I recognize it was something basis to do and I am deeply sorry we have with us the reporter who broke the story on a per now combine piety of time magazine she's in our studios in New York City thanks for joining us yes things having a since this is a radio show and and many of our listeners might not have seen this photo that you've published yet can you describe for us yeah sure so it's on a your book page that has several photos from the gala and everyone is pretty much wearing most people are wearing some kind of appropriate of costume but the photo of judo specially stands out because he's the only one blatantly who darkened his skin using face paint. and this was at a party some time ago before he got the politics when he when he was teaching in a school right yeah this is correct this is when he was a school teacher. how did you get the photo I mean you're you're not you're not based in Canada right now so I heard about it as a source of gossip in Vancouver community and you know contact just source to see the photo and was sent the your Buck and yeah. so the Vancouver community people were talking about there's just like a line of of of the alumni of the school who was we will discuss it happening I you know I'd people who'd formally worked there parents former parents it wasn't widely talked about that a few people are talking about yeah okay so you confirm its existence with some people you have your hands on it you and the magazine decide to publish it what what did Trudeau's campaign say when you reached out to them great so initially they said we need to take a look at the photograph after being sense of version of photographs they pretty much immediately confirm that it was him we tried speaking to the prime minister's office directly we left several voice mails and from the phone calls but never heard back from them so we decided to go to the campaign. okay so then your prime minister Trudeau who we should say is fighting for his reelection right now he addresses this controversy on his campaign plane talk about that and talk about what the reactions been in Canada since you broke this right so their actions been pretty strong a lot of Canadian politicians and interest groups are talking about it calling upon him for an apology and so far he's been pretty honest and he's admitted to a a past event that mir is this as well. there's another event in in which she was wearing blackface makeup yes so during his address on the airplane he I admitted that he had worn black face during high school during a performance where he was imitating Harry Belafonte. this this is you've just begun your career time magazine is this right is quite a story to to start with yes that's true I stirred quite recently. or a time magazine reporter and Aparna Cumbum piety thanks so much for joining us this
Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison Dishes on PFL and MMA
"She wants to gold medals in the olympics. She's the face of the p._f. L. and i'm feelin her bagels. If kayla food drug it it's not every day. We get olympic gold medalist time today. I'm gonna feed you today. Anyone anyone who's been on the firemen heated so it's perfect sky's the limit burns about that name <hes> they'll make fun of me. I'm a little weird diet on kito so i can be friends anymore. Draw burning like seven thousand tossing pet. That's because the guys i do stand ups on. What do you recommend him. So that's what i'm gonna do for. Doing it isn't hito like all making all take on eh. Are we on any sort of restriction. Diet wise for me so now trying to do what you want i. Why do i want your kind of tell me if i'm wrong. You're kind of in the same category cyborg a little a bit where there's not a ton of match for you so darn it and this aspect of martial arts which would be judo right and then. There's just not a lot of girls who des yeah. I mean it's so it's still it's twenty years behind the men's. May i feel like you know it's still building. It's still sort of like you have. Strikers grapplers like you don't really have the super. You have a couple too. Well rounded fighters but you also don't have a a ton of athletes yet like there's been a lot of crossover especially at the high moral clauses so yeah yeah still ahead of the game. There's some guys right right right for sure for you being at this week class how did sign with p._f. L. come about because i'm sure u._f._c. belt or everyone wanted authorizes especially with your background. I was really hesitant to do to be honest. I'm not a huge. I mean i talk shit but it's all in good fun like i'm one of like i grew up around guy so i'm cool with that but i don't like having to sell a fi. I don't like being trying to be pretty. You're like this is like. I'm so uncomfortable right now you you know i know your yeah what because they got to go to talk. No no no because i have to wear heels and like well. You're good. Thank you have to anyways okay the p._f. L. first of all they were like if you wanna fight great if you don't we still want you to be brand ambassador so we wanna come commentate checkout fides. Hang out if you wanna fight. We're going to give you a four fight deal. We're gonna pay you a lot of money and we're changing the game and they're it's not about <unk> talking. It's not entertainment. It's if you want money win. If if you
"judo" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Our guest today is Peter Paul Chick who is an Israeli Israeli judoka he competes in the under one hundred kilograms weight category and won a bronze medal in the two thousand eighteen European judo championship in January decio Beata was second in the world judo wreck back to thank you so much for speaking with knowledge at Wharton today. Thank you thank you thank you to begin with pita up. <hes> how did you get interested in judo interesting question and it starts very very early in I was wondering how Caribbean Russia and I I was born in pounds. I was very very big baby and it was a baby the baby and then and then because of that the was very very difficult also for me and for my mom in she was fifty four hours in the birth room whom I in some yes in some point the doctors <music> side is save her. We had the we had the love of the difficult and because of because of everything immense mention the birth was <music> because the burn with a lot of this is in the bones and.
Exploring the origin of mass
"With Stewart. Gary. In a discovery that could provide new insights into the origins of mesh in the universe. Following the big bang, scientists from the international Jay park. Fifteen collaboration have used experiments with canes and helium three to demonstrate for the first time the existence of an exotic nucleus containing two protons, and at bound K on KOA a type of Meson existence of Maisons was first proposed back in nineteen thirty five and their eventual discovery was awarded with in their Bill prize K on's. Okay. Maisons are composed of an antiquated and aquatic pair and the recently become an important topic in research quarks elemental subatomic particles, and a fundamental constituent of matter quarks combined to form compass particles called Hedera NHS the mistake of which protons and neutrons which make up a tummy nuclei. Judo phenomenon is Kelly confinement quarks and never directly observed fan in isolation. But only. Kerr within Hadron, which exist. Either is Barry on such as protons and neutrons Maisons Kwok's have various intrinsic properties, including electric charge mass, college and spin they're the only elementary particles in the standard model of particle physics to experience all four fundamental forces in nature electromagnetism, gravity and both the strong and weak nuclear forces there. Also, the particles whose electric charges are not integer multiples of the elementary charge. There are six types of Kwok's. Then is flavors up down top bottom. Sometimes co beauty champion strange up and down. Quarks have the lowest messes the up quark is a charge of two-thirds while the down quark is a charge of minus one third approach. Proton is composed of two up quarks and a down quark while the neutron is made up of one up quark two down. Quarks heavy aquatics rapidly change into up and down quarks process of particle decay. The transformation from high MS to alone. Mash state because of this up and down quarks generally stable in the most common in the universe. Whereas strange charm bottom and top quarks can be produced periodically in high energy collisions such as those involving cosmic rays or in paddock accelerators for every quack flavor. There's a corresponding antimatter counterpart or, but if is only some of its properties have equal magnitude but opposite sign apart from the quarks glue that constitute the nuclear weapons, there are also Valence quarks which contain re pop into and out of existence due to quantum fluctuations. Now, the thing with antics and quacks think with all matter and anti matter. In fact, is that they know that each other as soon as they come into contact, and k on's usually exist as virtual quantum particles that pop into an out of existence inside the nucleus that under the right conditions. These virtual quantum particles could become real bound paddock was in a nucleus. And for at least a fleeting moment before they know at each other. They could become part of an exotic nucleus along with it to become neutrons and protons fan in the nucleus. That's because there is a slight time lag before the Kwok adequacy an island each other understanding how this happens could provide fresh insights in the mysteries such as the origin of mess and the quantum phenomenon of Cala confinement in quantum criminal amick ferry college charges completely unrelated to the everyday meaning of color. It simply uses the primary color labels, red blue and green to describe the properties of different types of quarks and how they interact through blondes with a correspond. Nding particles particle with a red green and blue charge has a corresponding Addy particle in which the culture must be the anti color of red green or blue respectively for the college to be conserved in paddock Adipatah, particle creation and annihilation in quantum? Crumley dynamics color confinement is the phenomenon that quarks must be bound together. In groups that can't exist in solution. Instead three different colored Kwok's red green and blue must combine the former Barry on such as the protons and neutrons fan in atoms while to quarks made up of color and Anti-cull pay combined to form Maison interestingly, if you try to pull these Kwok's apart the strong nuclear force, holding them together gets even stronger sort of like pulling on Listrik band. Eventually the energy required becomes so great that a new quick Eddie Kwok created as per Albert Einstein's famous mass energy equation Hake was MC squared so to investigate. This the authors tried an experiment in which they tipped it to bind a k. Gone to a nucleus to do the experiment. The researchers decided to use a helium trae target. That's a nucleus man up of two protons and a single neutron Binoche yet. And you Trump from the hill. Three target the authors were able to greatly reduce the energy of the K on by using the recoil of the action. And replacing the neutral with a K on by forming a tightly bonded nucleus with two protons and a single K on reporting the journal physics lit be the study's lead author mushy co Zaki from the racking cost of pioneering research says the experiment shows that Meson can exist in nuclear matter as a real particle like should've that's not dissolved in water. He says it opens up a whole new way of looking at it. Understanding nuclei understanding such exotic nuclei will give sides insights into the origins of the massive nuclei as well as how matter forms in the corp- neutron stars the authors now intend to continue their experiments using heavy nuclei to further their
"judo" Discussed on Only A Game
"In a remote section of California desert just east of the Sierra Nevada. You can find all that remains of man's in our one of ten internment camps were Japanese. Americans were held during World War Two during the war. There was virtually no contact between the people of Los Angeles and man's in our three hours to the north, but between nineteen forty-three in nineteen forty, four young athletes got a glimpse of life inside the camp with help from Los Angeles police officer and the sport of judo. Susan valid. Has the story. I'm in right now shoulder lane sage in sort of coming through the brush in watching out for snakes. The judo Joe at Manson are isn't easy to find. So made it through to adult road that runs through Manson are and there is an extremely large, very old poplar tree next to the poplar tree. Amid dead desert shrubs and green sagebrush our walks that outline where the DOJ, oh, used to be. And it's here where one of man's in ours. Most fascinating sports stories took place during a wartime filled with anti-japanese hysteria. Richard C was a kid in Los Angeles back then Margaret Chinese mar father was half Chinese. My mother was white. None of us looked Asian except my grandfather I found see through an old photo from the DOJ. Oh, it shows a group of ten people wearing judo suits posing in front of that poplar tree. Their names are handwritten across their chests see is in the front row, kneeling. He's the only one in the photo still alive. He's now eight wolves. The time we were living in the house of Japanese family that had vacuous, but they had a space underneath a house where they had stored lot of stuff not just of their own, but whether people first birthday one year see and his family flew Japanese wind sock, the kind that shaped like a fish and some of the cross, the sort of valley looked. Reporters. Because they, we were flying Japanese flag. Shortly after the war started fees, Ted who was only about two and a half years older than him started taking judo lessons. Some of our favorite movies when we were kids the Mr. Moto movies they were about a supposedly Japanese detective played by Pierre Lori, and he knew judo. And Ted wanted to be able to learn how to do all that, you know, throw people around stuff, and I sort of went with him. Siennas ankle took lessons from Jack surgical and LAPD sergeant who'd become the sense of nearby DOJ. Oh, after all of the Japanese sense as were forced to leave surgery, had friends intern at man's in our, you'll new people who at that award Russian from white belt Brown builder, Brown belt. What one of those degrees was a person who would receive their their training in Japan or Japanese. And that's what we went up to Manson are for because there was a turnament CLYDE Tich nor was also in the group. He recounted the experience in an oral history interview. That's part of the man's in our national historic site collection better. If you could scrounge up the guest ticket or says it was. At that time. Tichenor said, the man's in our dough, Joe had opened sides all around the internees, had a special name for it should go calm themselves. And it was a joke because the building was so rickety. It's quite often Shaked and the Shindo means shaking and quaking Tich nor see, and the others would compete in matches to determine who would earn promotion to a higher rank. It was a contest and the people who watch were just two people who lived here and plus what cook Asians were with us. There were probably twenty to fifty people milling around outside the open sides. Of course, they all knew that we were visiting as cocaine group. And this was kind of interesting to them. I'm sure they wanted to. Look others. To see if we look like normal Caucasians. I guess. Richard C was young enough that he only remembers random things about that man's in our tournament. It was his first trip away from home. He got to stand hotel and eat steak dinner in town, which was a rear treat during the war, and he could actually see the stars something he'd never experienced in Los Angeles. I. At the time, I didn't really think of it as a concentration camp. Exactly, you know, but that's what it was..
"judo" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"judo" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Means legal with some you with us on the tribe with judo the fabric children located in africa since june just from its harbor judo wants mitt a priest who these wants to black people you go luke luke legal which stoical melt those weakness seventeen eight so you see the new him okay turn this applicable clearly is africa but we don't compare in may two four two woken up to israel but the globe in its european use it these days are over there in marguerite in a suit a coach and we as a people uh cultural project for cost what we got jet coal we have given of god in the book uh oh boy if this plan to combat call the bottom of the food groups oh where are you going to solve in the mall ten go i think it's going to be a whole lot of them but this was blown take away because that we will did we don't offer met he's got maiden blood um and telephones it doesn't go card oh joe who's that's within d we we we won't policy we how we've got over the all blacks food back all but i grew up before he coach unison a crazy you've got abc news we just got people whose rely oh even the and he will soon well listen overwhelming bro kevin listen i'm right up against a break but i appreciate the phone calls and in everybody who chimed in on this a good conversation i appreciate it thank you uh two six seven one or two three two twenty two all right we do have to take a break when i come back will do the five things that are happening right out whole thai the brian jones show on wdbo w dot com and one or two point three fm.