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"king rama" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Think this is a different way to approach rather than were teasing teasing. This is like the better around. he's always going to be around type. So quantum mania doesn't come out until february twenty twenty three so whether he makes a full appearance before then i'd love the how they're already. He's bathed in like purple and green and blue lights and the purple is everywhere. Why don't think we'll see. I don't think we need to see king till then but if we see other versions of king rama tut amortised vary fucking day. We're going to keep getting different than you know. Maybe each variant is like slightly worse but not the king we eventually needs to deal with. We're gonna have various just like it just makes it the concept villain that you can never like fans you could kill right right but the idea of villain that even as john major's character at the end like i'll see you get like just newly ever ever get rid of him. He always like he's destined to always do something into fuck with you. I think is is an intriguing idea and something that can be very scary. I'm traveling conqueror is bad news and maybe even this is the fantastic four in one more thing and i never watched like stuff in the past about carrying like like. I found him kind of silly. Yuck i was like oh this van traveling back in time and like wearing a purple masking shit like this is silly. But they've done a very good job of making him. not silly. Yeah we'll see if he has helmet. You can't do the terminator and you can't go back in time and kill him as he discovers time because that timelines always going to exist where he discovers it. Oh my god you can't stop him. You know you can't stop him. It's always going to happen. That's why he can be reborn. Here's one thing. I did appreciate the explain. The fucking pen and rensselaer's storyline kinda petered out towards the end. But it's one of the things. I didn't like the rivonia stuff. I didn't find her intrigue. Oh she so now. I'm pretty sure she is on the side of i don't know if she knew he who remains but she wants to protect the tv and the people who run the tv a The pen is from hunter. Fifteen is now a what woking other hunters taking them to and the time line where rivonia rents layers of principal in two thousand eighteen in omaha or something and that's not even roosevelt high school. But that's where the pens came from. So that's interesting but then all of that gets raced because he gets sent back for a season to a whole different fucking. Tv a line. So who is running. This tv is going to be another ramona. Is it the same ramona. Who's now comes over here canal. She knows more shit..
"king rama" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"They're doing an old man will get. Yeah yeah and it's not on stitcher an audible icing so probably got paid for it. Yeah probably yeah. I've been seeing. You know things like the ones. I'm sicher eventually gave them to us for that. That's the thing it's like. I'm happy to listen to an ad. Yeah i fire okay. I will listen to an ad why wonder to pay for my my thing. I got to watch chapter in. America does too soon today again. Because i was saying that i have had let the ads role. I don't mind. I wonder if they do that eventually. They did that with stitcher. Those other ones they put him. They put him up on stitcher. You had to pay for them. And then eventually they Some free with ads in. And i'm sure a lot of people i mean i'm sure some people pay for it to listen to it right away but of course you know it's it's a comic book is a comic book universe. Podcasts i think the the intranet frenzy over it is gonna be a lot less than in generally available saas. and maybe. They're trying to do something here. I don't know so. I'm just waiting for the non fungible tokens coming to digital then s. When things really start to go crazy. Ooh i'm every detroit. Download is its own. Non fungible token the. I might have to let you know. I might be able to listen to the old man star wars. Podcast oh. I don't know if because i have a siriusxm account because they do podcast now too. So yes actually it's on sirius. Xm that's what you have to pay for it. Okay okay. I have an account account. So yes so i can listen to yell at you know because someone was told me about this at work. I guess there is a bunch of a yelich bunch of famous names or like part of this. That's the thing is like right now. All those billions of dollars at the billion billionaires have it's actually in liquid investment capital sewing all these entertainment companies to pay millions of dollars to name talent to come and do voice over work which is really hurting the voiceover work economy in. Its own way but home. So i know russel's you say no that's common theory. We think more. Mcu tv's related. The can we yeah. We said that it's like they're probably. They're probably preserving that secret time. Line to make sure ken comes about. I mean that's one theory or that. The three timekeepers or king. Rama in mortis or possibly Crimson and then rama tut is gonna say his attack from the flanks aside universe. 'cause that's that's how that works. I mean i i was. I read some of the vendors forever that mini series that basically cleaned up caught nudie in that. Because that's where like was at a mortices like basically you know us time or whatever to copy jim hammons body so yes body was the human torch and remain the human torch but there was also a copy of it that became the vision or they actually separated hanging amortised. So it's like hangs like. I don't have to be that eighty it anymore. Ha technically he never had to. He had to make a choice not to be him but he's like. Oh that's what my dad doesn't have to be like destiny anymore. 'cause you know yeah i. It's like it's well. You did something similar to Iron lad and the what's the what's that series called with the forgetting what they called it. The it was originally all the mutants who came in were very the very versions but they had like they had like rebecca barnes in the head kamala khan in it but only old kamala khan i remember getting what they called that series exile exile talking s and because they were all the time variance of together to do. You basically go on suicide missions. It was great and One of them was iron. Lead in ireland's curse was that he had to relive becoming tang. 'cause much like paying that wanted to be mortis ironclad. Didn't want to be. Chang who fun facts is that there is another variant of ireland where he is team tang and that is the one that doctor doom manipulates along with the juvenile Anaylyst to become ultimate doom. that Eventually you know monaco. The magic and the f. ash that was an earth with the future foundation essentially owns. That's the allred's but so that's a good one know that's always one of my favorites. Every time he everytime gets beat up. That's that's always my favorite. And that issue ask you to go out loud. But everybody s february thirty. Didn't care about that but Tribunal gives them the curse that you will get a mark upon your face every time you hurt another human being and yeah i was reading vendors forever and the some that like that west coast avengers software looks like the scarlet witch when evil basically a mortis And again now. When i think it was like yeah yeah the timekeepers task mortis with preserving the timeline that brought about the the time keepers. So maybe it's maybe this is them preserving their own time line. who knows. I'm in that make sense in some right to like well. We only come forward. It's worth and maybe that's maybe they're going to deal with the time twisters in this because is a universe in which the timekeepers that's another book that predates the actual introduction of the timekeepers. Where the time. Christians were introduced. Have to look that up. But the idea is that something went horribly wrong in the creation of the time keepers and that created the time twisters. And maybe at the time moore talking about you know what can kings a minor inconvenience you don't chain is like you know he's he's a human from earth who has a time when sheep. Yes we know. Those exists sometimes are problematic sometimes not more or less but the time twisters or what we're trying to prevent coming to existence will maybe do variation on. At the time. I get fracture in timekeepers. Become carrying mortis enrollment. Who knows what they're gonna do. That's the fun of shows we only got three episodes last. I know at the time of this recording. 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"king rama" Discussed on This Day in History Class
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Podcast for people who can never know enough about history the day was june twenty-fourth nineteen thirty two the siamese political party routes adine or the people's party overthrew the government of king rama the seventh ending seven hundred years of absolute monarchy under the kings of yom the bloodless coup resulted in the introduction of democracy the first constitution of thailand since seventeen eighty two the kingdom of yom or day thailand have been ruled by the secre dynasty beginning with rama. The first who founded the capital city bangkok throughout the nineteenth century much of southeast asia was colonized by the british. French and dutch see wasn't never subjected to colonial rule but rama the fifth who reigned from eighteen sixty eight to nineteen ten set out to modernize the kingdom. He introduced social and governmental reforms that were based on western models. The old ruling families rejected his reforms. But from the mid eighteen eighty s to the early nineteen hundreds rama the fifth overhauled the administration established military conscription abolished slavery and made major changes in the country. The king was committed to modernisation. He was also committed to maintaining thai traditions and independence. He instituted all these reforms that they would save. Sam from the threat of western. Colonialism looked civilized to colonial powers than it would supposedly avoid western invasion rama the fifth son and successor rama. The sixth also worked to modernize the m and welcomed the adoption of some european ideals. His reforms upset members of the aristocracy and nobility as well as groups of progressives and radicals in nineteen twelve a group of military officers conspired to overthrow the king but the plot failed. There is debate over the main causes of the nineteen thirty two revolution but the rise of western educated commoner elites become dissatisfied with politics in. Csm played a significant role in the event rama. The seventh ascended the throne in nineteen twenty five. He created the supreme council of state made up of senior princes who served in previous administrations. They quickly let go of commoners. Who had been appointed in the civil service and military. during rama. the seventh rule returning western educated students grew disillusioned with the status quo in nineteen twenty seven. A small group of military and civilian students gathered in periods with the intent of founding party to bring change to see 'em this group of seven people call themselves the promoters and they decided to stage a coup to end absolute monarchy in the country to achieve this goal. They formed the canal route sedan or people's party. The promoters worked on gathering supporters. Meanwhile seamless facing economic problems. The great depression made it to the country by nineteen thirty. The value of rice see'ums major export fell drastically. Land values also failed so the government had to make a bunch of budget cuts by nineteen thirty two. The people's party was made up of more than one hundred students military officers and non-royal government officials on the morning of june twenty-fourth nineteen thirty two while the king was away from bangkok. The people's party led the coup the promoters seized control of the army as well as post and telegraph offices and they arrested royal officials who were part of the ruling group. Armored vehicles and troops gathered at the throne hall in the royal plaza and one of the promoters read the narrow sadan manifesto declaring the end of absolute monarchy and the establishment of a constitutional state rama. The seventh was playing golf in the south of seattle when he got news of the coup he agreed to the demands for a new constitutional system and by december of that year he had promulgated a new constitution a state council and national assembly established but conflict between the connerotte sadan and the king continued a couple of years after the revolution rama the seventh left for england and in nineteen thirty five he abdicated the throne spending the rest of his life in england though. The coup was a major turning point in history. The next few decades were still characterized by political unrest and roll by military governments each jeffcoat. Hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday and if you have any suggestions feel free to send them our way. We're at this day at iheartmedia dot com. If you want to send us an e mail you can also hit us up on social media. Where at t. H c podcast. Thanks so much for listening to this show. 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"king rama" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Read Sean stepping up to do that for us said thriller decided Let me start that again. thrilled you decided to jump onto season of loki. I thought i'd jump in with a knee. Comedy connection to some upcoming. Mcu happenings so this judge slash superior officer the owen wilson keeps talking to his rivonia. Rinse slayer we'll come. As a surprise to no one that this character also has a comics. Counterpart revolt in comics is not so closely a tv associate but is deeply entrenched in the marvel time shenanigans nonetheless to understand the significance of this namedrop. We have to take a detour. The mc's biggest time traveler has to be nathaniel richards. Nathaniel richards is a twenty sorry thirty first century native and blood descendant of reed richards or victor von doom. The specifics having been lost to time in various ret cons. A reed richards of course is the leader of fantastic for Scientists extraordinary stretchy. Dude victor von doom. Everybody knows who who doctor. Doom is right. He's he's dude. In the full metal. Full metal alchemist. Get up so nathaniel. Richards has thirty first century. Son of one of these two gentlemen travel back to ancient egypt to rule as king rama tut only to eventually be deposed by his potential ancestor. Rich rich reed richards. In a fantastic for following defeat nathaniel would cross paths with this other possible father doctor doom enthralled by doom style. And the thing that would go on to adopt the guys scarlet centurian. He spent some time rolling around under that new name went. On the fight the avengers losing discarding. The scarlet centurion Like an internet troll discards an old alt- you'd later himself stranded far in the future past even his own thirty for century origin. In this far future nathaniel co ops or technology and uses strategic genius. Become kang the conqueror. He conquers earth and begins the toe Torment which is our current time era. The test the skills against those like the avengers during his conquering the far future king meets the daughter of one of the last kings of earth. Whose name is ravenna. all right. We caught up the road here. Rivonia in king would go on to have a very rocky relationship sometimes together sometimes as bitter enemies i've relationships like a king himself would eventually grow weary of his conquests and take up the role of immortals master of time and his final incarnation and mortis would generally speaking work with our friends timekeepers And here's like some potential spoilers if he's right about the series so if you don't if you wanna go on this completely blind now's a good time this last emails go ahead and switch off your podcast here a cool or recall ready for here. Some some marginal mcu spoilers potentially Has also worked. Wait a second to So so you also worked at the time keepers reverse. The damage has earlier self did two time stream. And mortis also worked to keep the avengers in check. After was revealed that left unopposed. The of injuries would often expand into a universe conquering force of their own. All of the freemen jihad from dune. That's interesting the avengers with left without a sufficient challenge and opposition will just fuck in mount up and take over. The universe.
"king rama" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"king rama" Discussed on Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza
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"king rama" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Gonna go him. I'm going to go on a limb and say that possibly there's a little jungle fever in the past and down your real homes. There steve for figuring that out so it makes you wonder how does how does he do it. Yeah i know. I'm not sure how you figured out that. Sherlock holmes encyclopedia brown steve hudson. She's scalloped one pitcher in salt mystery. Dan is an welcome dylan. There's an actor in this enter. Name is veronica falcons. Are you looking at this. She's in the falcon and the wizard winter soldier. Her name is veronica falcon. We'll just fits as crazy. I will confirm what steve said to be true. There's definitely jungle fever and dude dude. That's that's just fucking going to ancestry dot com and that's all that is look at one pitcher. Yeah so we'll find. We'll find out. Rebecca rikki barnes. We'll find out. We'll find out loki rumors. Roger were had some loki rumors. One of the timelines visited by the time variance authority. The tv loki will be a home of evil for who went completely insane at some point in his life. By chris hemsworth. Yeah dude. It's not confirm chris. Hemsworth is not confirmed to show up in this show. But they're saying that one of the timelines visited by loki when he's part of the tv. A will home of evil. Thor who went completely insane at some point in his life. I love that. I think that's great and i can see. I could see hemsworth doing that too. He seems like he's not done obviously gone to war. He seems like he's still really enjoying himself with this. And yeah bring that on me both orchestra plotline without hemsworth even showing up to you could just see the aftermath of what evil or did true recent video this last week. That showed up on. Chris hemsworth workout. 'cause i know in marvel chevy right now but this is like hitting ready to play whatever. Yeah robert now that you're saying what if he does show up show. We'll check this out. Jake what you said kind of lines up with this next one. Thor rights are the members of a semi religious sect. Fighting in glory of thor each member receives his own hammer as long as he dedicates his life to fight loki and his followers lurking. Around the ruins of post apocalyptic new york. Do you remember one of the shots from the trailer that came out during the disney investor. Day of new york and it pretty much looked decimated wiped out. Could that could that be from the rights. You have very possible that yet does lineup. up like the th- authorites is like a great way ahead to show that this evil. Thor thing did happen at did leave. It's like ripple in the pond and this is what's become of it right right right. Yeah so thoraya. Members of semi religious sect biting in glory of for each member receives his own hammer as he dedicates his life to fight loki. Oh my god okay. Jonathan made jonathan majors. Mortis is one of the timekeepers does manipulations of mortis will get him to create alternate timelines and to become king. Eventually jake remember. We talked about rumors of jonathan majors. Showing up in this key series and we thought is gonna show up. Well guess what. Jonathan majors might show up. As a mortis one of the timekeepers and creates an alternate timeline and becomes king. According to the rumors here by roger goodell. I could see it too seriously seriously. I could totally see this. hold on. i'm not saying it's true but like even in the comic books. There's versions of the conqueror that our future versions of tony. Stark can't shows up is a completely different character in comics for. Yeah yeah kings and fantastic four right. Yeah king rama tut. Yes so yeah kind of a great way to introduce him and it doesn't mean they have to use a whole bunch but it'd be a good way to kind of get him into the mcu familiarity. I don't know. I don't know man guys. I don't know if these fucking ads. i don't know if this is the real. Roger were dell with a real roger ordeal. Please stand up. I have no idea if these are the real. The real roger goodell or this is a fake account and some of these sound like it could be one hundred percent true and some of them. Sound like you could be complete bullshit. I have no idea guys. The reason i'm bringing these up is because when we finally get to see these series awan division loki. We're gonna know this bullshit or not like jacomb. What dan steve. What's wild about this. We did a fucking spoiler episode for endgame and some of the endgame. Spoilers that we gave were dead on and those rumors came from the real heart roger. Wardell you've been right a lot man. I have no reason to doubt it outside of the mystery. Wardell if it's the real world that's the biggest mystery we do out of curiosity Going back to this thing. Is there anything that i should be reading up on. Loki or just go in line Just watch the marvel.
"king rama" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Let's go toe Wally in New York your turn to be heard he had w. ABC, Wiley Carter's You were hinting at similarities between you and George Washington. Listen, there's only one man in our lifetime that even comes close altogether. Now, Juliet, go Buchanan. Go beep. In the beginning. It's hard to do that so hard. That's a tongue twister. You can't go. You can't go. You can't do it. It's like very tongue, Twister judge watching it had to do with our dental conditions. That was it and boy did he have dental conditions? Anyway, Let's go to Abby and Queens. Your turn to be heard here. W. ABC, Abby Yes, a little heavy. I'm Annie in New York. Okay on my own. I'll give you I'll give you an extra five seconds for that. You're OK. Why? Nice Winey, Psycho baby, A K a Grifter in chief. Please go away far, far away, preferably to Russia. I've had it with you. Good bye. Yeah, that's well, That's a place he probably would be pretty safe because he has been so sweet to flatter Putin. Anyway, Let's go to Larry in the Bronx. Your turn to be heard he had w A B C. Larry Frankie Russo needs that guy view lawyer Lindsay Young to do the weather him. I'm waking up screaming out the 800 number. Hello, Kalamazoo. A Listen folks buy in the sense of where you let Steve from Manhattan on. If I went to ABC, the big cat would give me the building. Uh, light, Lindsay. You know, he still does weather forecasts. In fact, Frank Murano, the other side of midnight that you can hear now and extended our 126126 every early morning before Bernama gherkin Shit. Rosenberg comes on. Actually was interviewing him. I think he's out in Wyoming, doing whether I'm not quite sure. It was a great great interview, though You need to listen to that show. Let's go to juice apples calling from New York your turn to be heard he had W. ABC, Joey Hello? Yes. Hey, Curtis say doing this one, said he got a great show that you would have an unbelievably with better show. We didn't have that heat of that. Would you know when that hate Let's go to Jerry Use calling. Okay, you'll get your wish. Someday. Let's go to Jerry, Who's calling from new Charity? Your turn to be hurt. He had w A B C chair. Hi. I recall a couple of weeks ago You mentioned that New York Times did not cover the Holocaust. The truth is, they did. They did a lot worse, though. What they did was they knew the story and they buried it in the in the back pages Now, Jerry, I don't believe that was us. I do believe that was Mark Levin, who consistently talks about that. Because Phil's Byrd Junior, I think is resigned. That's the publisher. I think he's still on the board. But There's no shows burgers any longer, I think directly calling the shots there. We didn't discuss that. I don't remember doing that. But live in. I was discussing Obama Gate. I mean, That's something that will live in talks about a lot. Yeah, I mean, but you know when I report reporting reporting, Yeah, maybe talk about the trump tape. Let's go to Duke, Who's calling from Queens? Your turn to be heard here, WNBC, Duke. Not to say no to Queens. This is a levee aboard with from New York and I want to stay happy in the weather and your to everybody except my husband, Alex. Critical jerk, and she doesn't even know his name is Alec. Not even Alex. Gosh, Gloria, what is she called? She called him. Alex there. Mm. Anyway, let's go to Bob calling from Long Island. Welcome to the rapid fire addition here. W A B C. Bobby. Hey, at 2021, my two friends and just to let everybody know Jeffrey Epstein is.
"king rama" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"77 W A. B C. Here's Lydia Surana. Thank you, Bernie and said Joseph, Wait. Lydia Surana way have to acknowledge that the are a lot of our listeners are stuck in cars. The traffic is awful. It's a Monday morning. Even when I was coming in this morning at five o'clock, the westbound grand central around LaGuardia people will ponding they were doing like You know, 70 80 Miles an hour, but it is sliding all over the place because of this pond, and you know you and I had to cut down Who would like 65 Miles an hour because of it and avoid these people swerving all over place. It was terrible. Lydia. How do you come into WNBC? Oi! Come in from Westchester County, And then I took the sawmill down and that was ponding. It was flooded. It was horrendous. It was It was bad E mean It's awful that mode before you start your work day. You come in, You're already stressed out from the community. I mean, that just sucks, doesn't it Right, And the one thing that does help is that the public schools are closed. So then the parents have to say home because the kids can't go to school. That's why there is less traffic. So it's actually good for me because I've been on this crusade about keeping the school's open, and that's what my Lydia reports is going to be about. Because once again now we have the politicians contradicting each other. They're contradicting the sciences. But now they're also contradicting each other. So last week I played the CDC. He said. We should keep the school's open. There's been other sciences have been saying the same thing. The head of the operation warp speed, and now you are not going to believe Bernie, who is advocating to open up the school's guess who Governor Cuomo, King Cuomo, King Quantum Anomaly. Seymour King Rama. Let's have Let's play that sound bite from the press conference. You can reopen the school. Because the school is safer. In the local community. Let me think about your 3% infection rate in the community. The school is under half a percent. Why would you want the child to go to say stay at home, Which means they're not going to stay at home. That means you're gonna go outside. They're gonna run around in a 3% community. Right, not being educated. Have them voted a school where the positivity rate is 0.5. It's absolutely astounding, led back to the voice of reason. But you know you're right. But let me ask you this video. Where was he? Last week? When de Blasio shut it down and who has authority Who has the ultimate authority? Really in this is that de Blasio? Or is it the state Cuomo? Who has the authority. Ultimate answer. I know Michael Mulgrew has the unstated authority but between De Blasio Cuomo, who has the authority when it's under 3%, 3%, and under this city. Has the authority the mayor a K A. Mulgrew, the head of the Teachers union. When it's above 3% threshold, That's when the state can take over because then I think it's called like an orange zone. So listen to how crazy this is. The school's could actually re open because the state will take control. Once the cove it positivity rate goes up. Well, that makes no sense. And I will point this out that out on Long Island Long Island where I live. The positivity rate has to be 9% before they closed the school, So I don't understand it at all right. By the way, this is a Benjamin Steakhouse report have to mention that before they got to mention it. A cut above the rest definitely had there for Thanksgiving. They have, like a whole prefix menu, cream spinach and go on and on. Go to Benjamin steakhouse dot com. They also have seafood options. But yeah, because you might want to have to go there since Cuomo's saying, You can't have dinner at home and you anymore for Thanksgiving 10 people, arm or whatever. So the last Supper actually would have been against Cuomo's rules. The last supper? Yeah, hilarious. His face was peeking into the last Remember the last Supper. You had 12 of the apostles and Jesus so anyway. It's it's insane. It's absolutely insane that you have the governor and the mayor at odds of whether or not to open the schools, But finally, Cuomo's making sense, he said. Less than half a percent but we talked about this. It was actually point. Not even 0.0.2 percent. The positivity rate in schools Why does he make sense? Two days after we make sense, he's the governor. We should. He should be making sense before we make you know, and all that and I hate to defend the governor. I do. I hate the defender. But days before They shut the schools down. He was saying, we should not shut the schools down and 3.0 days before they shut them down. He did say that he did, and the reporters said to him Well, what are you going to say to me? Oh, grow. I couldn't believe it. I will. I need to know who this reporter is because everybody knows Mulgrew is the one holding the reins here, he said. The law is the law. That's what I'm going to tell him. And now Mulgrew he's saying Well, you know what? Maybe we won't do a whole city wide closure. Maybe we'll just do it by regions. Remember? They tried that holds it coat That's not gonna work. By the way I got some inside scoop on that Hasidic wedding. 00. Yeah, that wasn't people. The wedding has the governor very, very upset. So I had a guy named Jacob that called and he sounded very reliable into my show last night, a six o'clock show, he said. He has it on very Vicky's ultra Orthodox himself. He is that he couldn't tell me, he said They reached out the organizer's of that wedding, the grand rabbi because it was the grandson of the Grand rabbi. They reached out to the governor's office and to the mayor's office on how to do this wedding safely and effectively and they were rebuffed. So that's why they gave them the big F you and then did a 7000 person wedding. Yeah, but that's what he said. So they knew all about it. No, I know, but there's no way that they can possibly give a wedding of 7000 people. Let's be honest about it. It's very nice day, weeks out to the governor and mayor, I guess, but You can't have a wedding of 7000 people. You just can I agree, But the Cuomo said, Well, we're gonna investigate. We're gonna look into it. If this is actually true, he lied. He knew about it. Right? Thank you. That's why he got busted. He's a liar he knew about. They said anything about Maybe we'll both you guys Bernie and Lydia at Lydia News. By the way on Instagram and Twitter, have they given an indication as to one they would allow kids back to school. Hasn't been any any date any time. No, it's got nothing. The numbers will dictate that. But again, they're not on the same page. This is the crime that's being perpetrated on the kids. The mayor and the governor are not on the same page and their policies being dictated by some unknown creep like Michael Mulgrew, whose by the way, so find out where he lives. And protest in front of his house name and shame. Michael mogul. He's the face of the criminal of depriving your kids off their lives of traumatizing your kids..
"king rama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well, I think one of the first things that we had to do is we really cut costs very, very dramatically throughout the hotel group, the hotel group you know where the brake even may have been a say 50% hotel occupancy Previously I think when we see the market recover, and that's one of the things I'm very optimistic on. We'll see a break even point, probably closer to 30%. Within our hotels. Many of the hotel's a birdie reach break even in Thailand on Lee from domestic business, But as soon as we can open up the channel for foreign business, we're going to seal up further improvement on that. Our food business, on the other end has been very strong and we have brought back more than 20% of our workforce on DH while dining a still slow compounded by both the virus as well as the Ah Ah, the protests. We have seen delivery of now The numbers I saw were plus 15% in the first three quarters over last year, pre called it Dining there still down as a result of Corbett and Ah, the protest, But but even that we see improving dramatically so formal food perspective. We expect a very strong profitable year in 2021 on, we expect to still close the year with profits at the food group for 2020. Well, A lot of the airlines have been saying that things are not going to get back to normal for a couple of years, at least, and we can really not see 2019 levels of traffic for ages. Of course that has an impact tells you something about air travel and how it feeds into your hotel business. That's what kind of full costs you making, looking ahead. Well, you know, I think that the there's a Ah, um, opening up that we see from just getting some of the travel happening. You know, there's no question we're not giving it back to 2019 levels in 2021, But I don't think we need to get back to that. If Thailand can open up to China will already see a huge impact on the whole tourism and economy without having to risk a great deal because China today is It's probably one of our more risk neighbors. Bill, you give up your U. S citizenship a long time ago. You're now a Thai citizen. How closely are you watching the US election and linked to that If Biden becomes the next president. You expect Asian Asian businesses to benefit in any way. I think you know Biden will bring in a probably a different perspective, if if he's elected, and I think you could expect probably perhaps an attempt of bad closer relationships with some of the Asian trading partners, So I think the overall I feel the Asia will come out of it, whether Trump's president or Biden better than most other areas. Bill before we let you go. Just one final question. I mean, we've seen a lot of protests demanding reform for the monarchy. We know that the Thai royal family has a 3% stake in minor international. Do you envision that? That could be a backlash because of that. I don't think so. My view is that this has been a steak that's been held for more than 40 years. Ondas part of the overall investment that relates back to King Rama, the ninth, So no, I don't anticipate anything on that. There's the monarchy holds a stake in many companies in Thailand. That's been a tradition. Bill. Always good to have you on my show Mine into national Chairman and founder Bill Hi, Nikki. There still to come on. The show are counting down to the open in India, which is seen reaping billions of dollars and foreign and flows from the next round of changes will check the stocks to watch. This is been back. How long will it take for the economy to recover? How many of them have remained on the job? Throughout this people are not going to be in public. Transportacion. Nobody knows you have received £600 million in the UK, But we can promise the most complete information and the most detailed analysis. The question is what kind of recovery will be to every twist and turn? Would you be wary of investment in China? At this point Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg. The world is listening. Just a few months ago, you would have thought it was science fiction. What do you think is realistic in terms of getting a vaccine and no, it's a reality. Do we invest for inflation? When it gets really When you make that cold? What's the pushback? Get the information you.
Siamese Revolution of 1932
"The day. Was June twenty-fourth Nineteen thirty two? The Siamese political party rots Adine, or the People's Party overthrew the government of King Rama, the seventh, ending seven Hundred Years of absolute monarchy under the kings of Yom. The bloodless coup resulted in the introduction of democracy, the first constitution of Thailand. Since seventeen, eighty, two the kingdom. Or Modern Day Thailand have been ruled by the Chakri Dynasty beginning with Rama, the I who founded the capital city Bangkok. Throughout the nineteenth century, much of Southeast Asia was colonized by the British. French and Dutch crm was never subjected to colonial rule. But Rama the fifth who reigned from eighteen, sixty, eight to nineteen, ten, set out to modernize the kingdom. He introduced social and governmental reforms that were based on western models. The old ruling families rejected his reforms, but from the mid eighteen eighty s to the early nineteen hundreds. Rama, the fifth overhauled the administration established military conscription, abolished slavery and made other major changes in the country. The king was committed to modernisation. He was also committed to maintaining Thai traditions and independence. He instituted all these reforms under the guise that they would save from the threat of Western colonialism. Civilized to colonial powers than it would supposedly avoid Western invasion. Rama the Fifth Son and successor Rama the sixth also worked to modernize the M and welcomed the adoption of some European ideals. His reforms upset members of the aristocracy and nobility as well as groups of progressives and radicals. In nineteen twelve, a group of military officers conspired to overthrow the king, but the plot failed. There is debate over the main causes of the nineteen thirty two revolution, but the rise of western educated commoner elites who become dissatisfied with politics in CSM played a significant role in the event. Rama the seventh ascended the throne in nineteen, twenty, five, He created the Supreme Council of state made up of senior princes who had served in previous administrations. They quickly let go of commerce who had been appointed in the civil service and military. During Rama the seventh rule, returning Western educated students grew disillusioned with the status quo. In Nineteen, twenty, seven, a small group of military and civilian students gathered in periods with the. Founding Party to bring change to see 'em. This group of seven people call themselves the promoters and they decided to stage a coup to end absolute monarchy in the country. To achieve this goal, they formed the canal rot. Sedan or People's Party. The promoters worked on gathering supporters. Meanwhile seamless facing economic problems, the Great Depression made it to the country by nineteen thirty. The value of rice see'ums major export fell drastically land values also fell, so the government had to make a bunch of budget cuts. By nineteen, thirty two, the People's Party was made up of more than one hundred students, military officers and non-royal government officials. On the morning of June twenty-fourth, nineteen thirty two while the king was away from Bangkok. The People's party the coup. The promoters seized control of the army as well as post and telegraph offices, and they arrested royal officials who were part of the ruling group, armored vehicles and troops gathered at the Throne Hall in the Royal Plaza and one of the promoters read the narrow Sadan Manifesto, declaring the end of absolute monarchy and the establishment of a constitutional state. Rama the seventh was playing golf in the south of Seattle. When he got news of the coup, he agreed to the demands for a new constitutional system, and by December of that year he had promulgated a new Constitution A State Council and National Assembly established, but conflict between the CANARSIE DON and the king continued. A couple of years after the Revolution Rama the seventh left for England, and in nineteen, thirty five, he abdicated the throne, spending the rest of his life in England. Was a major turning point in history the next few decades we're still characterized by political unrest and roll by military governments.
"king rama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me. Julia Morrison here with me Sally leaves the London-based international risk and security consultant who's advise both British and Australian governments and Robbie bodies have British scholar an expert on T betton nationalities in China based at Cambridge University. More from them in a moment before that North Korea is reported to have again, testified a number of short range missiles, the South Korean joint. Chiefs of staff is reported as saying that the missiles flew between seventy and two hundred kilometers. They were fired into the sea from one San in the east of the country. Andrey Langkow is a professor and specialist in Korean studies that Kookmin university in Seoul. As a North Korean sort of want? This is what they are going to a few days ago there vice minister for foreign affairs, expeditious set eve Americans are not going to hurry up this some negotiations. Well, somos Caribbeans vote. Probably will do something different something you. It was a very clear hint. And now, they're sort of confirming it, and we should expect more things like that missile launches some suspicious activities as a nuclear missile sites. More of the same to happen in the next few months. These were short range missiles were the yes, they will. So technically North Koreans are not breaking any obligations in late two thousand seventeen and again in early two thousand eighteen they explicitly promised not to launch long range missiles ICBM that is indicated missiles capable overheating the United States, but they did not make any promise in regard to the short of mid range systems and the same promise about nuclear tests. So they has not breaking it. They just saying signal. Look we are here. And we are waiting something to happen as vice they can become dangerous again. Right. So I mean, what kind of political and diplomatic cow. Relation. Do you think Pyongyang is making here? Brill to say a great disappointment during their last summit with President Trump in Hanoi. They did not get any serious sanctions relief. And if you stay in many years, maybe it's time ever sanctions are having an impact on the North Korean economy. Therefore, they feel insecure and the Americans who also know that sanctions are biting. Now, they believe that the Cy time is on the American side. So they just waiting for North Koreans when the situation gets really tough to come this a lot of concessions so most Koreans Acehnese signal to the Americans telling the time is not necessarily on the American side. And if I don't negotiate knows guardians can go back to the previous mold of his maybe eventually even game tests of missiles capable of hitting York City. Maybe a sermon you create explosions. Everything as they did. And of course, it will be bad for Donald Trump really actions will be bad for the American security. So the signal don't count that will be going just to sit down and wait until our economy start completely collapsed, which I just wanted to ask you one last thing because you mentioned sanction biting how much are they biting? Now. Do you say it's a big question, which is discussed this morning. I spent a lot of time talking to my highly knowledgeable colleagues about the issue. It's not clear because prices on food remains stable. But there is a recently port of the World Food Programme about the voice, harvest, ingenious, largely because of weather problems. And there are reports about factories are closing because they cannot do any kind of foreign trade because current sanctions essentially ban North Korea from being engaged in any kind of expert'll impact. Accusations. They cannot sell anything overseas. They cannot buy anything overseas. Bayview exceptions saw office factories are closing salaries. Donald paid and Raza is fat. Andrey Langkow Koopman university in Seoul, Sally legally how much concern should there. Be about these short range missile test. You think will themselves not so much the issue, but we may be entering another phase of nuclear uncertainty with North Korea that this multiple missile tests has followed on an announcement of the reduction in in rationing to the population down to about twelve hundred calories a day, which would mean starvation with within groups of the population. If that continued for long, so the pressure to feed that population through this show of force, and and potentially and upgrading in the types of of testing that my heaven is very serious, indeed and the seriousness it isn't the threats, but we can see North Korea's working to a time line. Which is obviously to do with armored Saint hungering the country, but that once you get into nuclear uncertainty. The question is who's in control. And by what accidental and other means could we have a real threat. And quite frankly, it's a nonsense to think that the north North America is is at risk. It's Japan that most direct risk of any nuclear situation with North Korea. But on the politics, I mean, we had Singapore. We've had Vietnam. It sounds or the suggestion is that we might be back to square one on that. We're not back to square square one because the opening is again at this top level rather than the lower level talks are not working and the reassurance needs to be at the top leadership levels. And again, it's it's a Trump meeting with with North Korea and Trump involvement of the other countries that are involved, which means Russia and China talking of China, Roby anybody. In china? We'll be watching this very closely. Of course. Yes. If you cost your mind back even a couple of years, China was seen as the main manager of north Korea North Korea was seen as a client state of it that that notion has basically collapsed, but usually important for China to try to recover its prestigious strategic role in North Korea, and the Xi Jinping has met with Kim Dolan recently. But we still don't know whether the Chinese were informed about this these missiles before they happen, whether they still have a major role to play. But it's almost certain he says that this is an issue where the Americans need to be doing to the Russians and the Chinese. And of course, there's a long border between China or North Korea people in North Korea. Close to starvation Sally said that has a. Significance on that level as well. Yes. The China's very very uncomfortable about the prospect of more refugees escaping for North Korea and has a very very rigid control. Over those that managed to get across the river, the difficulty with the nuclear threat is that it is obvious that that China and other countries are going to have to feed that population America is going to see the any breaking in sanctions and fading. The population will give the leadership a chance to put much more into its nuclear program. So they need to be a level of ingredient that greatly involves both north and South Korea and the regional countries. It's forty minutes past the hour. The coronation of king Maha what your along corn of Thailand is taken place in the Grand Palace in Bangkok. Three days of ceremonies are being held as the country holds its first coronation. Vanity seven decades our chorus. Abundant in the Thai. Capital's Laura bicker. What have you witnessed in the last few hours, Laura? Well, at this kind of a spacious time of nine minutes past ten in the morning at time chosen and because it has significance within the cosmology. The king began what is as you mentioned a three day ceremony. This was the most important part that it was a purification of sacred water taken from five sources from around Thailand. This is then followed by an anointment and by eight significant public figures among them three former army commanders that kind of underscores the importance of the partnership between the monarchy and the military, which has actually ceased power here in Thailand twice in the last thirteen years, the king, then please this seven kilogram pointed crown on his head he issued his first Royal command. And he promised to rain with righteousness for the benefit of the time. People echoing the words of his father aim at his coronation nearly seventy years ago. Oh, and I've seen on social media that a number of people have really that. This message is really resonated because his father was well loved and well revered this afternoon will be a ceremony with leaders of the state heads of state and also the beacon of a housewarming party. Which is something we can perhaps relate to a little bit more. It's two and a half years since he actually became king. Is there any significance in that time lag between that moment and the the events that you're witnessing now? I think the last two and a half years has given people hear an idea of the claims of king Rama Ted might be. And I think they've seen a number of changes both within the palace his changed with the Telesis run. He is very intelligent of performance in has publicly outed staff and other things he's kind of grasp hold of the palace treasury, which has thirty billion dollars estimated worth. And also his very very close to the military's of former pilot himself. He flies himself, right? And he managed to train in military. Studies. Indefens- studies in both the United Kingdom and famously very very close to the military, and which as I mentioned has kind of seized power in Thailand twice over the last thirteen years. This gives people here in idea of the kind of king and that he will become during his reign, and I think the there's a kind of belief pan that they're entering. Different era, and what will the next few days? Bring by way of spectacle. Well, more of these have melting of biggest and Hindu rituals. So there's going to be a procession tomorrow where he'll go right and the city and visit various sacred temples on we're expecting to see members of the public lining the route. Although it is thirty eight degrees celsius outside with eighty percent humidity. So if it's a it's a long, it's a long time to wait for the king to pass, and we're going to see more of this going to be an LED lights show. So is more ritual more sediment, but he'll also annoyed yourself and envied declared head of the Buddhist religion as well. So and these kind of melting of Buddhist, and Hindu and theology the Hindu gods show, the Perez is bestowed upon the king. And the Buddhist theology is all about the good deeds that can can do. And that's these ceremonies are supposed to show. It can a balance of power that. I can't hold. Thank you very much. Laura. Laura bicker there in Bangkok to. To India now cyclone funny brought destruction to the Indian state of OD show on Friday. The cyclone brought down trees and power lines and damaged buildings but officials say a massive evacuation effort during which more than a million residents moved into shelters appears to have been successful our correspondent in India is Rahul tandem, the cyclone has really decreased in terms of its teach junior data the restaurant speaking to you from his capital Bhubaneshwar crossed into West Bengal. There were great fears that it would hit one of India's most populated cities Kolkata, but it seems to have passed by this morning that city now coming back to life. The airport has we opened, but here in Orissa, there is a huge cleanup operation that is now beginning and also the the problem is that because so many areas of the state of cut off. They don't have elect visited the telecommunication systems at down in the rural parts, we really don't know. How big the impact is being we know that a million people were moved. Into temporary shelters, but what are the conditions in their homes? How is it going to affect their livelihood that will only find out in the next twenty four hours or so as where be as we're able to move into those areas and see what damage has been done. How do people regard the way the area prepared for it before it arrived? If you go back to nineteen ninety nine when we had a similar cyclone ten thousand people died at the moment. The death toll is around.
"king rama" Discussed on On The Ledge
"You so can probably two pounds for small succulent. And I think the pri- gone way way above that here in the UK. Now, the other thing I've seen a couple of times and actually bought from is kind of caught that goes down the street so guys selling Plum off a cop. So he's literally got this kind of wagon loaded up with plants and brings it pasta may have a little bit of browse. And then issue this, really. Yeah. It's kind of like a Greengross if upon. That's mine. Retirement plan. I'm going to buy, you know, like, I know to CV or something to Seve and set off round the streets K selling house bonds door to door that she. New york. That's you know, two maybe two house on. Yeah. Really, great punch up in Brooklyn. They during the summer have kind of van that they open the side of it looks like an ice cream van and they're selling phones. Maybe he will do that sounds amazing. Yeah. That's interesting. That sounds really great Thailand. Tell me about what you saw in Thailand, I was imagining that a lot of the house plans that come that that aboard in that part of the world come from Thailand seems to be a huge center for house. Plant breeding. What did you real hope of kind of new house new breeding, and they kind of have more of a obsession with pumps and different plants variegated leaves? And yeah, it was it's a flower show that I've been trying to go to for a couple of years, and I even had a ticket book. They're a couple of seasons ago, but didn't get round to it. But and some I think it was cool. It's just the king Rama pop pump there. It was on in Bangkok. And and oversee because I was just in China sunny a two hour flight. So was the same as jumping on the Ryanair flight to rough to them or Amsterdam so super easy, but myself and went to this plunge show, and it was absolutely amazing on the the plants. I saw that. I just can't even compute was just gossiping, you know, every stand and go so many photos, I've barely even managed to go through or identify because it's quite hard to identify some of the fun because they will cool it then local name, and you know, all of these reasons necessarily use lactate. So you alone name in Thailand. And there's quite a language barrier in these places as well. And of course, you could use Google translate to someone older coffee, but how do you talk to someone about a Plum in the name of translate that doesn't work? So you kind of you have this mutual appreciation that you. But clunky, very coaches languages and just kind of. Mel sweetly each other. Over sweet. But oh my gosh. Oh, I oversee send you some of these pitches and send you the links to an obstacle wrote my website. But really, oh, where do I saw water lilies in all of these lovely exotic blues pinks miniature ones for indoor growing as well and Dunia MHz, which is a Plum that we don't grow much in the UK because it does need a very very sunny windowsill. But in Thailand, they grow some of those of very off with the double flowers denim colored one the black ones, and then was there was one there that was the CEO, which was about six foot across six up. So that can you imagine this big heavy roots have monster with these lovely desert rose flowers on the bright vivid thing, and it was I think it costs something like two hundred thousand ball, which is I think about oh, maybe five thousand pounds of something like that. We'll have to really check that car. See conversion? But it was oh my God. It was a show piece was amazing. What else there was something that I saw a lot of which. Oh, I should've looked before. It's what it is. But you know, that Plum which is kind of a new bit like the, but it kind of has a lace of gun that trails and looks like a monkey puzzle tree. And it's a new. Cool. Hang on. I'm googling googling. It begins. The d j. Got some an it's the name's escaping me as well. I'll look it up all inserts, very hopeful. It will come in. I'll use the magic of editing to insert the name after the fact. Does cool, but he's very cool plump because there's seen trailing. But they don't sell it in a hanging basket bacilli in a pulse, which has basically a hole in the books of the post is growing out of the center. The pop, you know, you know, we saw in the UK a few scenes because he's upside down to Moscow contains anchor them in pots like that. And I'm not too. So why I wonder if they quite happy been little bit more west at the roots? Because of course, you'd worry about drainage, but they seem to have developed ups down containment to grow these in which is really fantastic that could just plan after that thinking of all kids tapped lands, lots of golden Raynaud kids, you know, the yellow one chain link go just ones of those. I could've bought sign many things, but I just bought one Trump to then type back to China, which was a hernia, you know, the like the Palios with the little alien. Flowers. So I the one that's most like an alien and cost me twenty which is like way less than a pound. And I snuck it in my luggage brought that back to China. So that was then posted up and and join of the fifty house blondes, which my partner is looking after for the next couple of months, and I'm sending him regular instructions on what to do. Yeah. 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"king rama" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"And then Hindus E news tonight, the one hundred sixth Indian science, congress wrapped up earlier this week in Calcutta and their theme this year appeared to be those guys on the scathing atheists, don't make fun of Hinduism. Enough was amazed. God, okay. So to rectify that oversight. They spent the weekend spouting scientific inaccuracies on a level that would make a Texas school board blush. These included, but were not limited to a refutation of the findings of both Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein all all of their findings by apparently calculus is upon scheme. And gravity. Really pissed them off. Yeah. All right. If everyone tries to use gravity at the same time, the elephants load off the turtle who said the elephants lower serious serious. Math was being an asshole. I love that some guy obviously was like, hey, Hindu, boss. I was just reading the worst of Einstein looking for you know, what we disagree with because we're Hindu. And I cannot read the works Feinstein. Denno just cut it all just cut off. Okay. Sounds just cutting. Yup. All goes wrong much. It's going up now or so other highlights from the esteem scientific body was a claim from the vice chancellor of undrawn university that the demon king Rama Yana, how did his disposal twenty four types of aircraft as evidenced by network of anxious landing strips in modern day. Sri Lanka was also. Yeah. There's also the clay by an Indian scientists that gravity doesn't exist. Thus those waves that everybody's all stoked about should probably be named nerve drum Mody waves after the nation's prime minister, gravity is bullshit anyway, but the gold medal in my opinion went to the head of a southern India university who used old Hindu text to argue that stem cell research was discovered in India thousands of years before Whitey figured it out. Do that's a clip from south park. Cartman made a Shakey's fetus, not real. And we eat braised the great shock rookie nailed it for now. Called shock rookie. So of course. We put this on video, and I should be clear here. Well, there are a lot of very serious scientists in India doing very serious science and well the Indian scientific congress association vociferously distance to sell from those remarks this is far from an isolated thing. Right. Many of criticized the administration of prime minister Narendra Modi for bringing pseudoscience into the mainstream by saying things like the cosmetic surgery was invented. In India thousands of years ago and offering up as his evidence been Nashes elephant had. Okay. I mean, we had Ted Danson way before they had Balkan Nash. So get what we don't think, you know. I don't think we did. And in oh, Canada news tonight. We've got some good news this week. We are happy to report that Rehoboth Muhammed, Al Coon, the eighteen year old who fled her family on vacation in hopes of escaping forced marriage, physical abuse n d very possible threat of death arrived safely in Canada as a refugee. Yeah. And Justin Trudeau is just waiting for her at baggage claim, and there is locked and they ran towards each other and slow motion chariots of fire started playing she threw her bags to the side and jumped into his loving embrace, and they kissed hard, and they kissed long the crowd went wild. Sorry. Sorry daydream. What? No, no. Let's let's let's play this out a little hurt. You'll be here. And then we went on a ten them bicycle ride. You slipped up and said we now. You had me when it was wrong. Remember the dirty dancing? The big lifts he does lift for me dancer. Hey, fun. Fact about dirty dancing that movie is about a child. Right. But. Note. So for those of you who haven't for she's fifteen so for those of you followed the story, according to self. She skipped Bangkok by slipping away from her family while on vacation in Kuwait. She didn't barricaded herself in her room and took to Twitter to ask for asylum. Holy shit low. So take a second to appreciate the kind of desperation..
"king rama" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"And in India, I don't know I when I think of India and science, I think of all those Nobel prize winners, I think of of Hague's Bosa and particles, I think of all those people who have contributed so much to science. I don't think about the political leaders who maybe subscribe to slightly different reality like can do nationalism. Dibble lot of political leaders in Indio, let me percentage wise, it's waving. They've so many people so this year at the one hundred six Indian science congress, which you know, it would be pretty pretty big deal which was inaugurated by prime minister Narendra Modi. There was a bunch of scientists, quote, unquote, scientists who decided that we're going to let people know about some of this fringe stuff, such as there is an old isn't do text that proved the stem cell research was discovered in India thousands of years ago. Tim and king Rama Yanna had twenty four types of aircraft and a network of landing strips now, Sri Lanka. Transplant case. Okay. Okay. Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein were Brown about gravitational waves, and it should be renamed. The no Renta Mody waves. That's just sucking up to the boss. Do the prime minister tried to name Einstein's theories after himself at a science convention. Scientists a lot more politics. And I think that people realize one person says Newton failed to understand gravitational repulsive forces and Stein's year unquote, misleading invented calculus. He knows nothing. So the Indian scientific congress association came back out said we don't subscribe to any of these beliefs. These people are crazy. Is are not our thoughts in a payment much set. Everything up to have your money back, which is what they should have embarrassing. If you're a collection of geniuses, and then somebody comes in the room and has like flatter theory. Man, exactly daring get out to you. Do not qualify who invited that. The point minister plano. Well, this is this is part of a global trend towards religiously motivated, nationalist movements taking power and trying to influence every aspect of light. And that's exactly yeah. This shitty. Part about being open minded is you have to like crappy people have conversations, you know, in this always beneficial. India has Hindu nationalists. That are in power. We have fucking Mike Pence running everything baggers and all those other groups and like their loose-knit organization. So we're so used to it just blew me away because I'm not used to seeing it, right? So. Yeah. So go India. Well, yeah. Just a little bit. They're the world's largest democracy. There's a people who live there they problems. I mean, we have like what like forty percent of the population. They do. Oh, it's closer to they have four times the popularly of times. That's right. Yeah. Yes. Is there a one point two? We're at about three hundred so yeah, they. But I because of just the way the news is construct. You don't hear a lot of India news over here? But that is I've been going out on my way to try and get more international news. And this was cut up. And it was a doozy. The anti-intellectualism is out there. But these people they really think that they are purveying secret truths. Like, they're really like surprised that the rest of the world. And you know, when you if you I'm fascinated by the woo suppliers. You know when all brands like, you know, I've mentioned that'll be I mean. Yeah. Sherman's book, why people believe weird things I mentioned a few times this this in this podcast. But he has that chapter. Why smart people believe weird things? And it's because smart people are better at defending incorrect assumptions that they build upon. So if you're smart, you're more endanger of arguing poor position. Which is why I never tried to argue with kids from from a debate. Because even if there are so completely wrong. They could out logic and outreach in me. No. Yeah. Which is why you don't use logic and reason all the time remember without the emotion centers of the brain. You're not you're not capable of making decisions. So everybody's decisions are emotionally tainted..