25 Burst results for "Keats"
Screens: Are They Ruining Our Brains, Mental Health and Eyes?
"So people pretty worried about screens taking over our lives. And there's been a lot of hand-wringing recently. About what screen. Time is doing to the keats. Some say it's ruining their attention span. Language skills might even messing with their ability to read. So how do we need to be here. And what's the right amount of screen time before it's time for the little ones to switch off to find out. We called up brennan a desk. She's an assistant professor of psychology at pace university and brennan studies. How kids interact with these nasty beasts screens. Yes screen and brennan doesn't just steady this. She lives it. She's got a seven year old son and they've been pandemic together. I'm living the situation now. At home i have a child at home. Who's doing school. And if i need to get some work done and he's done with school is it. Is he gonna spend more time on a screen. Maybe and yeah brennan says it can feel kinda to watch a kid getting sucked in by screen but is it really that bad. The best worry we're going to tackle is whether these screens are screwing up. Kids attention spans. Making it harder for them to concentrate. 'cause looking at what's sunscreens these days brennan's like it kinda makes sense that they wouldn't be great for focus a screen. You know you go on a screen. You can watch whatever you want. You know when you want it and you can switch between all kinds of things you could go on tired of the show. I'm gonna play an app. They're looking for that next. Hit
"keats" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Don McLean. My tea is forceful, Intuitive, honest, impartial, loyal and modest. Perfect. Get her motel. My coffee must be making me hard of hearing because I can barely hear you. Oh, and I barely had a chance to sip it because of all the crashes on the system with Oh, yeah. Oh, Oh, really? Already you're driving dawn. Not good. Because westbound 94 was closed at Keats. Where do you enter the freeway from Woodbury. Oh, um Century. So it wasn't close to where you were. No, no. Okay. Good. Good, good, you know, but it still was like I go so slow that it's annoying to people. I hate it when people are on my tail, But I got like 45 on the highway. When it's like this. I tested out on other streets where you know I brake hard so that when no one's around to see what my car will do, Yeah, totally. And it is not good, you know, and you end up sideways in the road. You're like Okay, That's the way the roads are. So it's like halfway. They've salted and they haven't done the other half. Once you get into ST Paul, it's It's a lot better, but, yeah, I still go slow after that, So it did take me probably twice as long to get in and Got up early because I knew it was coming. Yeah, That's nothing. You need to be a ashamed of dawn. I think the people that drive that speed or the ones surviving and crashing from what I've seen because there was rain and sleet overnight. Now there's snow on top of that, and there are some wild spin out Rex all over the system right now. Including including this crash on westbound 94. It was an overnight crash, semi versus Minda plow truck that had the freeway closed for a number of hours. They just opened one lane past the scene. The crash happened it Keats. And traffic has been jamming at Manning. So there's a bit of a push to get through there. The Woodbury Well, I was surprised on Lee because I looked at the the thermostat. It said, like.
"keats" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All rallies. You're driving dawn. Not good. Because westbound 94 was closed at Keats. Where do you enter the freeway from Woodbury. Oh, um Century. So it wasn't close to where you were. No, no. Okay, good, good, you know, but it still was like I go so slow that it's annoying to people. I hate it when people are on my tail, But I got like 45 on the highway. When it's like this. I tested out on other streets where you know I brake hard, so that when no one's around to see what my car will do, Yeah, totally. And it is not good, you know, and you end up sideways in the road. You're like Okay, That's the way the roads are. So it's like halfway. They've salted and they haven't done the other half. Once you get into ST Paul, it's It's a lot better, but, yeah, I still go slow after that, So it did take me probably twice as long to get in and Not, apparently because I knew it was coming. Yeah, That's nothing. You need to be a ashamed of dawn. I think the people that drive that speed or the ones surviving and crashing from what I've seen because there was rain and sleet overnight. Now there's snow on top of that, and there are some wild spin out Rex all over the system right now. Including including this crash on westbound 94. It was an overnight crash, semi versus Minda plow truck that have the freeway closed for a number of hours. They just opened one lane past the scene. The crash happened it Keats. And traffic has been jamming at Manning. So there's a bit of a push to get through there. The Woodbury Well, I was surprised on Lee because I looked at the the thermostat. It said, like.
Hisham Matar Reads Colm Tibn
"Heike sean lowe deborah so the last time that we were doing this together we talked about shakespeare's memory by bore. His one minus one is a very different story a very different kind of story. What draws you to it. Well story. I love but it's also. I wanted to choose a story that i had read in the magazine and remember vividly the the encounter with us and it just affected me very very deeply and a for how simple it is. It is in very subtle ways. It's about such complex things. And i think for that reason over the years since i read it occasionally fought back on it and found more and more layers than us with the stories about a man from ireland living in the us who returns home As his mother is dying. And you've also written in fiction and nonfiction about exile about the loss of a parent about estrangement. There's something in the subject matter that speaks to you or is it more in the writing. Come tobin does that very well in his work at something that he manages to open up. That's space of ruthlessness that has touched very very much. So i'm sure. I'm sure there's a connection. I also have a very slightly embarrassing our relationship to ireland and to irish literature that i think has made me susceptible to us. Don't be embarrassed embarrassing. Because when i was seventeen years old i had come under the influence of all these great irish writers felt so drunk by their brilliance beckett's and enjoys keats and and i thought this is got to be a magical place having never been to ireland knowing nothing about ireland except those writers and i made a promise to myself seventy that where i go to ireland. Must kiss the ground. And i'm not fond of kissing the ground general for that reason to stay true to by seventeen year old self. I never went to ireland. I avoid until. I was shortlisted for a prize. My first book and the price was being judged by a writer that i admire took. Healy passed away a few years back and the mc for the prize was going to be calm toibin. So i thought. I can't miss that i must go and And it was magical but to negotiates kissing the ground. When i got off the airplane. I pretended as though i was betting tiber shoelace and kissed my finger and touch the ground. I thought that's a good compromise. But you know from that trip. Really a group of irish rises dirk mitch and roddy doyle and a few other writers of took me really embraced me and made me feel very welcome and i had such a natural connection and correspondence with them that has stretched for a long time to to this day. And i think it's got to be connected in part at least to some of the experiences that irish writers have gone through sadly whether it's censorship or exile and so they felt they felt very close to me an uber reading these irish writers. Seventeen year old. You were in egypt. I was in cairo My family had left libya but seven years before then and certainly for me. Then there were the most powerful reading experience. If you want to call it does in the english language. Partly because of what i was into but also i think because of what we're
"keats" Discussed on Blackout Podcast
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"keats" Discussed on Blackout Podcast
"A poetry project would be like you can do john. Yeah yeah that tracks But but he was interesting. So it's fine. I don't mind And i've always kind of felt like tied to him because the name my parents were just really big fans so You know my my dad was like what about. Keith's for little girl and my my mom Was positive she was having a boy anyway so she was like yeah. Sure whatever and then when you know. I came out and I was girl and my dad was like our little keats. It is but but now my mom loves the name. And i love the name. I can't imagine having a different one and millions elizabeth. So i could go as liz if i absolutely hated it but i don't so it's it's nice so i like dave davies liking casual chrysler. Help break yes devas. And i have a band together called casual chrysler fairness i would call it. Devos's band you know. It's it's mostly his originals. That we play. I think we may be do one or two of mine but like kind of right near the beginning because we're both very big personality So sort of right when we started doing the band together. I i kinda in my brain is like. I'm giving you the rains late. This is a fun thing that we can do together. But if i start to think like our band i'm going to start to like drive in this controlling it. Whatever so i was like no. This is devos's band. That like i also help out with and have fun with and i think it works out really well. He's got these incredible songs that he writes so we kind of joked that the whole band is kind of like good vibes. Like it's just every song even if they're not all about good things like you know you he writes about Sad stuff too but it's always kinda like upbeat like you always kinda wanna dance to his songs and just have a good time and So yeah they're really catching. I know he is. He just didn't want bat. Or i should say we. We just released Didn't want it back. Which one of the songs he wrote And it released with a music video as well and that one was really fun. It was just a bunch of our friends kind of In front of the camera lake. They're on a first date because it's all about that You know when you first fall in love with someone and like all the jitters but you're also excited and so it's just like a bunch of different people going through those emotions so that was really fun. And then i know i think he's releasing another one this month. Take the lead Yes we're releasing. Take the lead this month. I don't remember the exact date another videos coming out with that one as well. And that's just the ban because it's me devas gene. Gene ho spelt like hot. So i always want to say But it's gene ho Who's incredible musician Plays like a million instruments all incredibly and then Evan tough martinez is our drummer. And he's amazing swell incredible incredible drummer. We were so lucky to work with the people that we do. Like and even just working with davis. I've never really like sung with someone That like i can just so completely trust. You know like when you have that. Like emotional and vocal chemistry with someone. It's incredible. it's it's the best thing ever mosul process for music for me for writing music. I generally it depends on the song you know. It's all a little different. But i usually do lyrics. I like the lyrics and melody generally come to me together. I very rarely will think of a line. that doesn't already have kind of a musicality to it. And then i sort of go from there. Sometimes it's at all at once. It comes out of me and that other times. It's very much like a labor of love. Where i'll have a song for two or three years before i can really nail it like just working on it on and off like feeling like it's finished and then me like oh you know what actually no i think i really need to rework some stuff here like actually the one i'm releasing this month. That actually comes out next week on. The twenty fifth is called lipstick stains and that one is a very short intimate song It's just some finger picking very mellow it's just me and my guitar and some rain sounds on the track and that one was a little bit of a labor of love that one i came up with the like the first verse and then i did a lot of working on that one. I did a lot of reworking. I had several different verses for that. One that i kinda rehashed and recycled and but now i'm very happy with the finished product a product. It's like i said it's a very short intimate song. But i that's what i think it needs to be. I tried to make it longer. I tried to add a chorus. It just didn't really feel alright. So i'm really happy with it. Okay i wanna talk some more. But i think i rallies into using so carrying it today. we'll just klay up the senate bid and then you please. Something sounds good. I'm excited thank you so much for coming to put cut off. Thank you so much for having me. It's been fantastic. It's really been a joy laws. Yes he'll he would really enjoy. Thank you long bad. Sorry about.
Police: Dead Dog Found In Crate Dumped In Millville Woods
"Millville police want answers in the case of a dead puppy found in the woods last month the mail pit bull mix believed to be between six and nine months old was found dead inside a crate in the woods off of Keats Boulevard on January twenty fourth Millville police have shared photos of the dog sweater leash caller in pieces of fabric found in the crate in the hopes that someone in the public will come forward with information regarding the incident police say the dog did not have any signs of disease or trauma in the cause of death appeared to be by neglect police are investigating a possibly pursue criminal
The 10 Most Checked-Out Books in N.Y. Public Library History - The New York Times
"And your public library is revealed its top ten checked out books of all time Brooklyn born writer as red Jack Keats is this no we day was the most part book in the institutions one hundred twenty five year history the children's picture book has been checked out more than four hundred fifty eight thousand times coming in second Dr Seuss's the cat in the
"keats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Show Keats's keeps us honest about the markets all right so you're here with us in New York City this honest on the retail market why do we care about this again the repo market is essentially how Aries entity's whether it's a bank whether it's a fun hedge fund money market fund how the finance themselves on an overnight basis because nobody wants to just hold cash because cash you know doesn't really earn anything into people always gonna be maximizing their province so what they do when they need liquidity is they borrow it overnight and they might play some collateral like treasury bonds or mortgage bonds or something like that so that they can make the guys they need to pay right it feels like one of those things that no one really cares about internet stops working which is essentially what happened in September right exactly right so in September we saw the rates on overnight repo borrowing absolutely store and it's important to recognize that prior to that for most of the time it moves roughly in line with where the fed sets the rate and then it's one way one mechanism via which the fed sort of sense short term interest rates and you expect the repo market to behave the issue is that with the and the cash that banks have is really reserves held at the fed and the fed as part of its quantitative tightening trying to quote normalize its operations post crisis has been reducing the available supply of cash at the fed at the same time you have regulators telling bangs you have to hold a certain amount of cash as part of post crisis regulations to ensure that you have adequate liquidity so what we saw in September was this confluence of multiple things there's the fed tightening reducing the amount of reserves available right there's the regulatory restraints saying no you have to hold these reserves even though the fat is eliminating their existence and then you had this timing issue we're due to tax payments and treasury auctions and things like that certainly that created a lot of demand to right system that's exactly right so this is end of quarter payments things like that there's another issue which is that a quarter and in year end is when regulators come in they take a look and the analogy that I like to use is you might have a really messy bedroom but if you know like five minutes before your mom or dad gets home then suddenly you clean up so occasionally throughout the year the regulators come like peeking in and they want to see well how liquid is your billing she learned what kind of acid do you hold to everybody scrambles to hold the highest quality most liquid assets right at the same time the problem is if there's a finite amount of them right then you really have to pay up to get them so should we expect another squeeze come in a December here we're wrapping up not only a quarter but a year this is a really a really big question and sell them the man that everybody listens to on a repo is this strategist at Credit Suisse's Alton posts are whenever he puts out a note everybody wants to get a talk what exultant say so he is concerned about that is that there's going to be this major liquidity squeeze is very Sandinista man this liquidity ahead of the regulators checking in at the end of the year the flip side is that the fed seems to be way more cognizant of the risks this time around they've certainly stopped shrinking the supply of reserve balances said that uses some of the strain they've also engaged in some of these operations are people can borrow essentially liquidity at the fed so it's kind of unclear right now but perhaps what we saw in September and sold sounds a warning themselves may have been what kicked regulators in the fed into gear to present a blow but we don't know for sure and it's interesting I mean the number of questions in the amount of time that J. pal had been doing his last press conference essentially reassuring answering questions from reporters a about this it felt like he did a good job but it was one of those moments where you thought man he really is talking about this a lot it's extremely complicated stuff and a lot of people in the market still don't get it actually Tracy Alloway one of the authors of the business week piece about posts are and I we had interviewed him for a podcast in the most important thing you said to me the takeaways reserve balances at the fate he called them tokens and see you can and what I love about that analogy you could imagine going to an arcade and everybody is enough money to play the games so no one is actually broke but if the token machine isn't working or maybe some people pocketed tokens and took them home you people can't play the game the game is finance everyone might have money everyone might have solid balance sheets and you could still have a crisis if the tokens are missing and that still wasn't a we love catching up with him on our daily show he's always got a little bit of a quirky perspective but I have to say he set the table beautifully for this I feel like now every conversation I go into about the repo market an arcade is going to pop into my mind he really did explain it well and it's an important story it really kind of confuse the market's confused investors but it's been a hot topic when it comes to the federal reserve NJ Powell specifically and one that's going to carry us into twenty twenty so definitely check that out you're listening to Bloomberg business week coming up what are the effects of the me too movement on the financial services industry spoiler alert hasn't been much.
The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'
"So homecoming is such an incredible book? And it's already having an incredible impact. I really enjoyed hearing all the different things and actually I listened to the audio book. I know that a lot of our listeners. Love audiobooks listening forecast. Say The audiobook. Because they're really interesting experience to hear the voices as well Tennyson it will a- and about your the thinking behind the book when when I can concept came into your head and what it was like an his first stages of planning a few years ago I wrote a memoir about growing gluten with my Jamaican parents called bad guy at the wheel. By guys. My father's nickname his Jamaican can. He had baggy is an all of his friends equally. Funny Nicknames that define them and they adhere to whether they liked the name or not so there was one man called old shine. Who was bowled? Like me anxious was very anxious. Tidy boosters very fussy but his footwear clock had one arm longer than the other. My favorite was manacled somewhere. And when somewhere came to this country from Jamaica in one thousand nine hundred system light summer suits tropical suits the matter. The weather weather come halo storm and when I thought about writing this book ask my mom. Whatever became of somewhere and she said well he caught a cold and died within a few months and I was shocked by that straightway which she spoke to sit in very matter of fact way had an edge to it but also it was quite a funny and I remember that when asked let's grapple loosened in the sixties all? The people were really really funny. There were like in my mind. CAST members of guys and dolls the Damon Runyon and they were all of my figures. We had no television until nineteen seventy two but they were television and what. I finished that Book Burger at the wheel about six seven years ago now I was wanted to continue it and away. The beginning of homecoming was a continuation of that story story but equally there were books. I read as a young man about Caribbean people in this country especially a book by Sam Cell Phone. Call the Lonely Londoners which is a book about a man called Moses who is kind of meet and greeter. So Kirby America's Dan to Waterloo station or Paddington and greets this carbon pioneers come off the boat train and equally. They have Wonderful characters wonderful names as a character. Awesome Galahad is rather light my car somewhere and when I finished up I wanted to myself. Well what would what would become of those people from the nineteen fifties and sixties if they were still alive today and what were their stories. What was the story of their great pioneer migration to prison? And although there have been books about that I don't think anyone's really interrogated the individual stories. And what you get with this book which is kind of oral history is a kind of an accumulation of similar stories and by that accumulation. You realize there was a bigger truth because sometimes when you hear stories you think that's just a one off when you hear again again again and you realize the experiences and I wanted to to have that kind of course onus in this kind of chorus line because right the way through But also the kind of gives you some of the shape and the contours of their lives from six to the present day and the people that you you chase to feed the book is e. Say An instruction that you you kind of chose intention eaten interview more women than men. 'cause you know those stories are represented. And and also more Chinese these people than Jamaican tell us parents Jamaican and three quarters of the migrants came from the Caribbean were Jamaican. But I right now. The Jamaicans take up too much room in the culture. The make too much noise have to credit opinion on themselves and they're over represented in our culture in terms of books books films music and sometimes they're kind of eclipsed some of the other islanders so I was very keen to address that so if that into more from Guyana kits and I was interested to find out why people ended up in certain parts of the country. So if you're from Saint Kitts you end up open leads. If you're from Saint Vincent in Hiwickum if it from Trinidad you end up in North Hampton and I think we want to these areas because they they were pay people were or their friends and associates broke. Equally is very keen to complicate the story because many of us will see those photographs photographs of the wind rush generation. The wind rush people coming off that ship. Ninety forty eight and the kind of I chronic now these men in Fidora's and zoot suits behind. You ever see any women in this girls but on that ship is often said from the beginning of that story. That now was that the five hundred Jamaican men. That's not true. There are other islands on that ship and the two hundred women on the ship including a woman called Mona. Baptiste's this wonderful jazz singer so I wanted to tell this story but also I wanted to use them to complicate the stories because the women were actually much more generous with their antidotes. Does that much more prepared to interrogate the interior lives and live longer but also in all honesty but I went to interview them. They're prepared to feed me saying that being you played this game I think three hours and the men wouldn't think to feed me and I'll be the on the floor gasping for water a little bit of bread but women would feed me straight away and actually what was interesting to me. I thought began to re revisit. Some of the stories. We're kind of finishing but some of the stores were not familiar. But I heard this story again and again from these elderly people who are now in the eighty s and ninety s had remind. I was on the antiques roadshow. And that what I was hearing were these jewels or this precious antiques. That not been added it for many many years. They've been stored away in cupboards in people's minds and never had a pap form and as an dustin down and reveal them to the reading public because to me they are wonderful rich funny cide. Moving polemical sometimes Philosophical stories that. Give a real sense of the panoply of of of of carbon life in this country. Because I think sometimes sometimes we have very reduced idea about the carribean presence in all honesty. If you look in terms of the archive in film and Television News Pretty Negative and right from the word go. It was pretty negative. People talk about the hostile environment. That Theresa May introduced in two thousand twelve but in my research it was not a new venture. She was very from the very beginning. And I. It's what I was interviewing a lot of these people who are in their eighties nineties to some of the archive of this month. Lockup in the British library the BBC See San Marcos in the BBC people around Archives let the deejay Don Letts had done lots of news twenty years ago. He's archive you've but also I would to my hometown is Brighton. Went to Sussex University where the Mass Observation Archive is held old and in nineteen thirty nine mass version which is so socialist research tool wanting to discover how people live. That was the whole idea of massive station Tau to working people live. What do they do with their money? How they use this time they still go to church too? They gamble. How do they make love but not at thirty? Nine maps vision decided to do a survey about black people. What did people in this country? Think about so-called Negroes in nineteen thirty nine and it wasn't very flattering it was pretty obnoxious really And I wanted to give a sense of what this carbon people who come into because in their minds I say this is true was everybody I spoke. They were a British. I'd even my mom for the book my Mom's from Jamaica and when she was growing up making the nineteen forties she knew how to fold the union flag flag. She could site keats. Shelley Wordsworth automatic pope's by Roach. She knew them all didn't need any book to repeat this poems and she told me that when she went to the cinema the reality cinema and Kingston in one thousand nine hundred dollars at the beginning of the screening of a film people. Stand up to sing the British national anthem and at the end of the screening people. Stand up to sting the British national anthem and I interviewed amount from Guyana. Who told me that when he came to this country went to the cinema and at the end of the film he stood up and such and he was amazing Nubia standing? He was really perplexed by that. So the sense of why they felt Brigitta. So what idea of Britain coming to see if they'd had it had access to these archives from from muscles version. They might have been a bit perturbed but what was interesting also. Is that the British. Sometimes they produce these booklets which they sent out to the Caribbean to give people an idea about what to expect. So there's one booklet produced by the BBC called going to Britain question. Mark as a small pamphlet is western some idea about Codes behavior so if I was to say to nineteen forties forties as an English person and you How do you do? What did you think MSA
Jakarta's leafy oasis
"Indonesia announced recently. It's moving its capital city to the island of borneo account capital. Jakarta has become almost unworkable. If you've been there you will know oh how true that is it is overcrowded at has infrastructure problems or kinds of hideous pollution problems has another difficulty in that it is slowly sinking into into the sea jakarta on any measure is not an easy town but as david lipson explains there is one place where you can find some peace at engage in some of the world's best people watching in the streets of minting central jakarta stone's throw away from barack obama's old school is a leafy oasis where a constant stream of jakartans seek refuge from the hot concrete and kale's of the city. It's a park called thomas or party. A collection of manicured gardens and lush grass can't walk on of course along with a handful of sculptures shaded by towering mahogany and tropical almond trees but all hours of the day and night. It's busy is a veritable array of kaki lima food sellers and on sunday. The park is teeming with people all all in the space not much bigger than a cricket pitch in this hard and hectic city largely devoid of public open spaces. It's a beacon of relief for all walks of life. That's the sound of about fifty the people in lycra each clicking together. A pair of bright green sticks doing a sort of drumstick zomba aerobic session. There's also yoga here. You and keats karate a little further down a path past. One of the two big fountains a group children are taking violin lessons. Perhaps they hope to be part of the time and syrup potty chamber orchestra which practices occasionally performs here every sunday afternoon. This is thousand from padang. He learned in college. After he graduated came to the big smoke to chase his dream of becoming a musician. He blows his horn on here for up to eleven hours die with some help from my patient pasta teacher boehner. I asked him why he comes to this park. Particular dad cool temperature gives a pleasant mood. He says it makes for energetic practice and you can play for a long time <hes> but remind loud. You can play loudly right. I ask law we'd be farewell as something is catching my eye just past the pigeon coop. It's a group of sugar glider enthusiasts about a dozen of the furry critters climbing all over over them. Nadia gives us the lowdown on jakarta's sugar glider community which meets every week here to share tips on feeding grooming and breeding sugar gliders because here in this park. She says there are many people so we can mingle and share knowledge and take care of the animals we love. It's not worried that they might have around. She says it's been well trained. We mold character. They are 'obedient. Meanwhile just passed another group violins several obedient young men having the characters molded as well okay. I'm speaking to ari. Who's holding a gigantic sword by the things are you. What are you guys up to here today. Okay <hes> every sunday morning and <hes> we've begun throwing off <hes> he started calling european marsha ops typically we are resurrecting an inch an auto that has already gone dormant for sorrow and we'll type <hes> study what they're saying what the movement so and so does indonesia have its own history of swordsmanship indonesia of course i have <hes> ship <hes> mostly <hes> influenced by india indians dennis sauce that look like the the the the forum that is <hes> which is like a strong funny slowing single had an assault but <hes> then the how which warfare how how legit is quite different than what you've that's why there's some divergence on how we define sorts things only get more bizarre from here. The harry potter appreciation society has gathering on a big colorful plastic sheet divided into griffin door raven clause lutheran and hustled puff the houses of that bespectacled electical boy hero being to celebrate their harry potter's day cha-cha takes on the role of official spokesperson de ed day with <hes> play the game so you're going to play a game you today. That's unite visits. You're not so how does that game. Where you know came on rule yes there. Is that your net. <hes> the game like goo right yeah <hes> in this place men me i <hes> we can collect on your headphone <hes> <hes> so it's a it's a game. It's an this year. Tom poti celebrates. Its hundred time these big beautiful trees have borne witness to riots and political upheaval provided champagne for lovers and soldiers alike and and it's named after own tongue syrup party a former javanese slave who became an indonesian commander during the war against the dutch east india company in the fifteenth century. He's still considered hero today but for me the real heroes is diverse and welcoming jakartans who honor his name every sunday the romance and the beauty of the former of the soon to be former indonesian capital jakarta david lipson reporting.
Dating After Divorce ft. Podcasters Keith & the Girl
"Want to welcome this week's guest back to the show. If you're a podcast fan you probably already know keith and the girl they've been on the top of the charts for over fourteen years. They are also the authors of the book. What do we do now keith and the girl smart answers to your stupid relationship questions. Please welcome back to the show. Keep molly and i think for having us exciting. Thanks for coming back okay so guys. A lot has changed since we last saw you get down to we gotta get into it <hes> for those that don't know or don't remember from when they were on last a little background when keith and hamda started the podcast. You were both dating uh-huh yeah. Let's leave history. Word is okay are you guys broke up continued working together. You both met other people you gonna born read on when you guys were on the lascaux. The episode we did was staying with your acts of course but so you got married to other people but unfortunately those marriages did not work out keith. You had gotten divorced last time. You're on the show but hamden now. You're going through a divorce or has it been finalized. I mean the paperwork is paperwork but as of lake over a year <hes> we've split in i in my head which i think is where it counts announce yes. He can fuck off he eagerly he can did. I catch everybody everybody up correctly on wearing guys at so. How quickly did it take for people to become annoying and start saying y'all should get back together. I think some people people said it right away but i actually think it's just a tick for our audience. It's a thought process of of people who are with us from the beginning and we really did have a good dynamic instill do you on the show. So if all you're listening to the show it's like why wouldn't we get back together. You guys are brad brad and jan together. It's obvious yeah like we get along. We we make each other laugh but if you're in the room with us while we're doing it you see no sparks and if you see sparks i think you should just check for like a jealousy gene because there's no keith feel anything i despise them. Reverse hard on its inverted inverted whether it was ten deny or it was our relationships after we didn't announce until we were in a space to announce it because you know what it's like when you're breakup people try to make you feel better but really it turns into. You're trying to make them feel better. It's okay and you don't need the hassle so wait until you're ready and then when you're ready. They're stupid questions. Don't matter yeah so yeah so maybe some people said it but i think for the most part they were looking forward to like. Oh we haven't heard these two dating eating like ever really so. I think they were more fascinated by that. I was definitely fascinated by keats dating life ooh we he went through some interesting things and he's a very like black and white person. So what was it this this one woman that you went on a first date with you you get there and what was she she late and she was like oh. I'm so super high. He's like okay by a matter at a hotel and she was staying at the hotel in new new york and like the bar at the hotel i saw in the lobby and we're going to go somewhere else. You can tell she's just gone interface like i am so high. I got this so. Don't show up on a i d.
"keats" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Walk on the keith in the girl on you and i'm kinda and you should get keats new album vailable now you don't go anywhere on her social media on our website keeping the girl dot com come on i tunes it's called i'm dating your mom and you should just look at the artwork keith malley is i'm dating her mom available now get it now i mentioned this yesterday but maybe you're like dating my mom tracks six will tell you okay let's take a look at today's guest ladies and gentlemen hander known for his viral web series i'm walking here will get into that i love and he goes into let's say grand central here in new york for example any shows you the nooks the crannies in this place it looks like a video game that wasn't finished some of these levels also a new podcast that he has thirteen episodes unquote am i astle he goes into that a reddit section might be an so like killed my son my son finishes homework and then you know people debate about that believe it or not areas you're pile in my elite status status that'd be sad what what one attack award for going out there and making the world a better place than any big guys thank you so much for having yeah buddy i come to you bearing bad news and i i really don't wanna bring to you i'm no longer believe me i slipped i i wasn't rain the reviews i i embrace positivity in just i lives in i let lives then you would go to a place let me let me explain what if people in the know go go and find out right now of course opened the show back in november this show is called elite status that means is you're name you're embarrassing i am so sorry to nine eight two way back in the two thousands elite status three thousand episodes elite status with stories like yours keep it going then elite status and you talked about working at yelp your top reviewer and now you're saying you would just enjoy life go into a place in eat the food talk to maybe a loved one about it yeah have intercourse and call it a day and yelp says no no no you're not on top of it you're starting to become a human being not judging weirdo we don't need you i'm one of the normal reviewers just like you i i put my review view on yelp and it just says my name and that's it there's a little elite red badge show wasn't like a red hamburger no it's not appreciate that either as and actually serious still holding on label it's a pretty readily without a burger right what look like a ticket looks like a nice no a nice like placard okay nice out i it is funny how he take that for granted i never even though yeah 'cause you're like a flood rockers guy what does that do you reid elite status status is and be like fuck oh no no no there's still more credible i still respect instead of of are society okay you know but you don't miss it i don't miss it i don't need it anymore i asked him another chance well all you have to do is write more views but i think like but if.
Pets on Planes: Are Emotional Support Animals Legit?
"The show that pits facts against furry friends on your flight. These days. It's starting to feel like aeroplanes a going to the dogs. People with anxiety depression, bringing their pets onboard because they saving me them for motion support during flights, and it's happening more and more often. American Airlines says that in twenty seventeen they allowed more than one hundred and fifty thousand animals for emotional support to fly on their planes. That's fifty thousand more animals than the previous year. Meanwhile, the animals people I using four emotional support a getting quite unconventional. It's not just dog and cats owners are now getting emotional support from a range of animals pig. Monkey Turkey duck. Kangaroo and now up peacock tried to take flight two. On one point you have people saying that they really need if a baby on the plane, Sydney Torok at her emotional support, squirrel daisy boarded the frontier airlines flight, they told me I had to get off the plane that they do not accept rodents. How was that flight flying without daisy, your squirrel, it was emotional on the other Pau these animals ruffling feathers? I mean, these dogs cropping all over the place and even biting the passengers a lot of people are looking at the situation and saying what a crock so in today's Minneapolis owed Wegener find out if this a load of crock, oh these animals really helping people out on their flights. Emotional support animals, unlike guide dogs, they haven't been trained for a specific purpose. So to bring one of these animals onto a plane, you basically need to tell the airline that you'll catch to a dog. Go Turkey is helping you with a condition recognized in the DSM that's the psychiatrist bible and a lot of people bring their pets on planes because they say it helps them with things like anxiety or depression. The way through the research on a motion support animals we called up how Hertzog at western Carolina university because he's been studying animals for decades old kinds of animals. So I spent a lot of time in swamps knee-deep in water calling baby alligators in their moms. And you wanna know what? Baby. Alligator sounds like exactly what I wanted to know they goes out, and that's telling its momma, it's here. And then if you grabbed the baby start, for example, pinching it toes, and it starts to feel some pain that starts screaming for its mom. Sounds like girl. Oh, why would you do that? How why would you do that? It's it's ci-. Question is that from you people how has moved on from pinching baby alligators. And he's a professor who studies and through zoology, which is a fancy word for the science of human animal relations. So right off the bat. How told me that when it comes to animals and stress they eat something he'll the evidence that some animals can reduce stress in the short term for some people is actually extremely good. There are a lot of studies that have shown that and it's very good evidence. If for example, petting a dog for many people not everybody, but it can reduce blood pressure, reduce heart rate, really just from petting a dog. Yeah. Very good evidence. Very good. For example. One study found that when Keats were getting their blood drawn having a dog in the room made them feel less distressed and even made this stress hormones guard down on the studies found similar staff, and how has seen the power of perches fest hand like there was this. Therapy dog that he saw at Charlotte airport, and it had a vest. That said pet me here for half an hour. I just watched people walk by this dog dog's name was Dylan in the number of people that just bit down and petted that dog for just a couple seconds and talk to it. And maybe kids gave it a hug was just stunning. I played with them too. And it made me feel a little better dogs can make you feel good. The you know what else can a blanket? Yeah. Researches at Yale gave kids either blankie or a dog to play with and found that both of them made the kids feel less anxious. So this is my answer to the therapy dog problem that airplane are dealing with now blankie.
"keats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A day. Radio seven hundred w l w. Good morning Keats gifts from Wally a very special birthday. A woman celebrating her eightieth birthday has three sons they're all very very well off her three boys. So they're discussing what to get their mom and their together. And they decide what each of them is going to get for their mother for her eightieth birthday. The I said, you know, that little cottage mom's living in just never do. She deserves a palace. I bought her a house beautiful three hundred fifty thousand dollar house with everything she could ever want. Second son says well, I didn't do as well as you did. But you know, that old Buick that's been in the driveway. You know, she never really drives anymore. I decided to get her brand new Mercedes Benz with a fulltime drivers. So anytime she wants to go anywhere. She's got a chauffeur and a nice ride third. Son says well, you guys are making me look bad. And I have the kind of cash you do, but you know, how mom likes to read, but she can't really riser bothering her. She likes to read the bible. There's a church and town that has this parrot. It's like a series of the bible parrot, all you gotta do is mentioned in chapter and verse Matthew six and the parrot spouts out diverse. I'm going to get her that parrot. So two weeks after a birthday she sends out. Thank you cards, two or three sons to my eldest, son. Thank you very much for the house. It was a wonderful gesture, but I only really live in one or two rooms, and it's too big for me to take care of my second, son. I appreciate the find new car and the driver, but I rarely go anywhere. And actually the drivers pretty rude. To my third son. You know, exactly what I like that chicken was delicious. Hey, alexa. What's everyone talking about getting.
"keats" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So make sure you've got some cash handy when you're doing okay. Next up the romance. Because whoever said romance requires big money never went shopping with me. Okay. So hit your local. Here's a couple of different places. We talked about the thrift stores. Now, we're talking about your local secondhand bookstores. Okay. And actually, I every time I go to the goodwill. I find bookshelf after bookshelf of beautiful old books and you'll find books of poetry, you'll find books of old biographies of poets themselves. Shakespeare and Keats this kind of thing you get the point pursue the shelves for an older copy of the classics some names to throw out there. Lord, Byron Shakespeare, maybe some Keats, and if you really really want to get wild and brave try writing poetry of. Your own into a card you create yourself. All right. Yeah. Pick yourself up off the floor guys being totally serious about this because you're a card from the stores always appreciated. Oh, but the card or dare I suggest handwritten love letter. You make yourself will probably get sobbed over shown off at work, framed, quite likely insured. We're talking about the makings of a huge. Let me just put this right after you get out of trouble free card for future. Use literally that could come in mighty handy post Valentine's Day, for whatever reason, you know, garbage day comes once a week valentines days just once a year, you give something like that. On Valentine's Day, I can guarantee you your get out of trouble free card when you forget for the eighteenth time to take out the trash, I'm telling you that is money in the Bank that is solid currency our aid. So we're talking jewelry. Hit your local goodwill. Hit your local consignment stores. The upscale jobs have some fun go for the real pearls. Go for the real diamonds. Go for the real, Emma? Marlton, rubies. They're gorgeous. They're the flowers. Hit your local warehouse clubs store. All right and don't be afraid to compete. If one dozen roses are good two dozen roses, even better the math speaks for itself. And then the romance guys be brave pick up one of those dollar store cards writes something sappy in it. I guarantee you the more sappy it is the more likely you will get out of serious trouble with it in the future. I'm seri-. Invest in yourself send one of these gorgeous sappy handwritten farts,.
"keats" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Com slash forums. Is where you vote let's say voting ends in a week or two, you know, so make sure you get in your your little pick now next segment and my aggressive shifting the show. I would not say regressive. Hello. Got to look up words in. How did you see your leg? Okay. Like stupid. The Dave Chapelle. Mike slap on the leg. Shattered it again, by the way, I'm looking at the category. Best fight with Andrea Allan can digression is nice. Andrea island has its own category. Happens to be Andrea Allan talking about does aggression all the time. Shit. I'm getting the whole rundown of the girl extended universe here. Oh my God. You're so each goofiest moment of next year now. I'm just being me, man. Mentioned without pot. Crazy. Most goofiest moment. JP Europe twice wome. Most do I. We have on Keats second orgasm sex move. And in second place right now next to Judy gold. Keith disciplining children is J P. Mcdade key tries to tell the story about Lenny Dykstra. Okay. Yeah. I remember those. Yeah. Those are good twenty hunting for myself both times. I'm going to log in from two separate accounts and he stuffing ballots. Hackers involved. We're gonna when you when you fill out an okay cupid profile. This kind of thing. Will you mention how clean your? The. I'm just going to play this easy going clean. Shea. Not ready. I don't people who write easy going are the worst. The I know our buddy and filled out the profile and wrote vegetarian go and just yesterday, we ate meat, and she goes, well, I want to be one Spiring vegetarian. I would not know how to fill out a form like that. Like, I hardly know how to vote for myself in this in this cat. Go word really think the only way to do. This is for Andrea to fill it out. It's going to be the most aggressive fucking slobby profile if you filled out a pro phone. Yeah. Bet that'd be tissue on the floor of the website. Do you know what I mean L ha I thought like 'cause I'd be crying through it. And I'm like Millen I can see that because I'm like, wow, really getting deep. This is news for those of you out there that are happy Sola Z O L A, it's a wedding company that will do anything for love. They say the reinventing the wedding planning and registry. Experience that could be to do you know when? When you thought there was a future. To do to put together a registry put together all the planning. In fact, we we know many people were that becomes a fight. It has become a fight. And also you need like a third party because two of you, and you guys will butt heads on something. You don't need that. Join five hundred thousand couples who've used Sola so Zoloft to like fear fear upcoming wedding. That shouldn't be a problem with them..
"keats" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Sports Spencer. Keats men is at the desert Ford dealers sports desk for Paul Calvi VC. And yeah, it was another one of those days for the cardinals. Happy holidays everyone. The Arizona Cardinals get blown out again by the Rams thirty one to nine. But perhaps the biggest story of the day was when ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the cardinals are planning to part ways with head coach Steve Wilkes following this season. Wilkes was asked about the report during game. Really, don't listen to downside noise. My head is down. I'm working trying to do everything I can to win a football game and get these players and coaches moving in the right direction, and I will say this I walked in his organization integrity. And when when that time comes in Milwaukee with integrity, and hopefully that's twelve fifteen years from now, Larry FitzGerald might have played his last game at state farm stadium yesterday. The only highlight of the day was when he connected with David Johnson for a touchdown pass on a trick play. The Rams ran for two hundred and sixty nine yards against the cardinals. Cruise to victory cardinals fall to three and twelve on the season. The Phoenix Suns wrapped up their east coast swing yesterday losing to the nets in Brooklyn one eleven to one or three the Andrea Eytan with another game yet another double double with twenty six points and ten rebounds in the coyotes. Have now want to in a row, they defeated the sharks yesterday four to three in a shootout that sports, I'm Spencer Keats been KTAR news. Fifty four. Let's get a check of traffic. Dani Sullivan live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, and before we let the moment away merry Christmas, Danny merry Christmas to you to you and your family. Thank you so much and my present to everybody is freeways are looking really good right now. It just happened to work out that way, but freeways, look good. As far as accidents. Go you've got one new one. It's on northern at thirty first avenue and thirty second street that's closed for a downed power poll on thirty second street closed..
"keats" Discussed on The Starters
"To ellie. That's only eleven o'clock Keats at eleven. Yeah, they have to start prepping. We call at the end of the podcasts just keep calling. All right. All right. It's fun. Come on PK. That's weird. Leave a message. I call an east coast location, California, they'll California. Named will start your takeout order? Yes, it's Matt. Thank you. We're gonna get for you today. I was actually just ordering pizza for some of my friends and I'm not sure what they want. What's the most popular pizza there. Chicken pizza. Barbecue chicken. Okay. Thank you. I'll call back. Thank you very much. Wow. So maybe you're right. Maybe it is overrated. If I'm not mistaken, they invented the barbecue compete. She did say it's our signature. Oh, was she completely badge? Never even that. Let's amaze. Maybe people go there because like try the original incomplete shot from that. It's very clever what they've done California Peterson. So they have to make it seem like it's a little bit healthier. So we gotta use chicken instead of pork, right and now, but chicken gets dry. So it's noticed it's not just chicken. It's barbecue. So they're gonna slather it on with a bunch of sugar. All right. Thank you. Keep it. You're right, that's exactly right. I never made a prank call before. Was that a prank call. The research just quick sub question. If I took a the chicken part, if I just had pizza over or under it overrated underrated I guess I'm going under am going under to going under. I mean, yes, his great..
"keats" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"You don't forget about the laughable laugh laughable dot com you can follow us in keats specifically as opposed to following a podcast specifically you're following the person so any show we do will automatically pop into your feet for example in la we were on comedy film nerds getting doug with high harmon town sklar brothers have dumb people town burt cast the door forest our buddy remained zehr with rainbow brain skull our you'll see all this stuff okay eilly rainbow brain skull our we got high with remain and like remain and i are used to and comfortable getting trippy and so you hear keith starting to get trippy and then just shitting all the hoover just making fun of this peer slough is your own still yes yes yes like in the other world the we keep our painless all right everybody thank you it's good to be back we'll talk to you soon put your dick in a older this upside of because you wanted to put your peanuts and fair let's good do you get to to pair holders and like the balls or in one and you're you're just for the ball what john.
"keats" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel
"In of of the top one hundred when he came out of high school average seven point six points a game in he has steadily improved every single season and a lot of a testament to that purdue coaching staff forgetting him better i obviously had the opportunity to play with some really good college basketball players and against kale's swan again in practice for three years but is it costs is undervalued nationally in this kid is a force and i said it earlier in the show ease a cheap code inside menu throw the ball into him he's going to get a basket in in a world where big men are becoming more and more obsolete especially the higher you go the the the way basketball is going specially the nba level is is smaller i'm curious to see how isaac and if and how he can possibly fit into that elite but i think he's been absolutely tremendous and a major part of produce success and one of the and if they go on to to a final four or to a national championship game he's going to be a massive part of it sect they all discuss as kevin keats over at north carolina state in his first season he has the pack fifteen and seven sitting fifth place in the acc conference the keep in mind year kevin keegan's seven years ago was a high school basketball coach coaching at hargrave military academy use air from two thousand his second stint there is from two thousand three two thousand eleven then he went to lure warm was a assistant coach there for a couple of years and he spent the last three years at you see wilmington taking them to the incidentally tournament the past two seasons so seven years ago he was coaching high school basketball and this year alone he has wins over shawn miller roy williams and coach k and has a team that's mainly filled with players that he did and recruit on the bubble for the nc aa tournament now grad transfer alor freeman has played a big part.
"keats" Discussed on Deadcast
"Mm hello i'm melissa kirsch and i malice bradley and we're the host of life hackers podcast the upgrade the upgrade is a show about all of the ways you can improve your life that means how to be happier and healthier and more successful and more productive and just generally better in every way we talk about stuff like sex very few people are like please jackhammer me for another 45 minutes psychedelic you don't just go on the died aboard when old and jump into deep because that would be traumatic and psychopaths giving you accept cleave went you need or want without maybe you being aware that you want it you can find us wherever you get your podcasts we're back uh john reid said a drill multiple insist you speak very highly of carrie gold butter that's true i have not paid by carat gold butter but i do like carry out yet to week who they butter brad ranking of considering a move away from landolakes if a butter advice for dylan ross all i know i should i gold is is very good there's a keats butter from maine is really good and a something called ler pack just because i like it though packet alexa it's it's like a big block of butter as opposed to like little sticks of butter i think that the only thing that sets it apart from like hotel bar or all the other buffets laid i use the daytoday eye disease like a crappy whip butter from though grocery store on my toast is it a four is the big block the four sticks or the two sticks it's another it's a full wethednc it's a forced at one because the four one that's that's a pretty bollards sticker butter gag that they have to like you're going in there were the plan.
"keats" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review
"At it in the evenings and the yellow light of the street lamps one could see three or four skinny boys whizzing down the hill on their boots some leaning forward like downhill skiers others standing bolt upright as if this wasn't happening and they were really in a very different situation talking to someone at a crossroads say while others again swayed and tottered like walking pipecleaners head at he's a arrived at this moment these old rat ragged boots that he had coincided exactly perfectly with this fad for going on the hills and he became the very best at a during this thanks to these boots spinoff ads i say i can't even remember what they're called now but the you know the kind of motorised scooters we have that we're going to be the future of and house had cellars no dad i cannot i thought i by stock there there is a little bit of the nostalgia the that you're talking about it in the joseph roth is kind of the the moment that has come and gone um at looking back on that so i'm that's that's what i've been reading john i am kind of a book recommendation in a move your recommendation this week because the book i'm reading is john keats is selected letters which whichever mean refer longtime because they're just supposed to be you know this towering literary treatment but the reason i pick them up at this particular time is because i just watched the other day jane campion's bright star which came out uh longer go than i thought two thousand nine i think and that's a a movie about keats and his romance with fanny braun who gets a lot of these letters written to her and it's just a very beautifully filmed beautifully written really beautifully perform movie so uh that inspired me and now i am kind of in the opening stages worth a little hard to get into it because these aren't the highly rickel letters to fanny they're kind of more businesslike letters to friends and family and there's a lot of arm which are around them like describing weary isn't who's writing to and so it's not really like into the flow of his voice quite yet but and i'm sure i'll i'll.
"keats" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The greatest lessons about this when when keats especially fondness revise like simple simon mather had my only standing never saint cana was no mighty hull have hundred shown because she liked the social security and of course humptydumpty fan much better he criticised allow cash longtime health came good lessons to be saving for your financial future smell ferry kale cut you all had goose that lays the golden eggs you choose the safe from the opening bell on wall street to the close of trading here about it all on the money station am 1410 kbnp that the investigation is nothing proven yet but were wearing out beyond obstruction of justice and whose what's be vested gated this is really aims at perjury false statements even casually treason i don't see a crime it is i think that even if it was coordination even if the worst case scenarios first we now now is the russians getting liz trump junior and say jerry on hillary clinton give it to you and he goes and guess the information that's what the new york times did pentagon papers asked why washington post and many other newspapers did with information so you are allowed legally to use material that was chained illegally as long as you are to do with the illegal nature of tv the information at the moment i see no legal jeopardy chock junior but of course we have to know more fast but simply using serially knows change illegally is not at the moment regarded as prime and i think it would be wrong to prosecute somebody for that non crime welcome back everybody welcome back of yours alan nathan the militant moderate once again this is the basis for those who have version to the left ripe blackwhite twodimensional progessively delighted you could be with us and folks you will i listening to senator tim kaine on cnn's new day with my new rajoo and mud who asks cain if he thinks the meeting between trump junior.
"keats" Discussed on The Starters
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