35 Burst results for "Kuna"
"kuna" Discussed on WTOP
"By the American bankers association Jill to Kuna brings a lot of energy as a new congresswoman from Hawaii. We have already hit the ground running. She's a longtime state lawmaker and wants to make things more affordable. Addressing issues like housing and education. Is so important that our families are communities, our workers have not only a voice, but someone who's going to really bring about change and action. She first came to Washington from Hawaii in high school. And even then, she pledged to come back. Now she's here in Congress. I'm Mitchell Miller. I'm rob Nichols, president and CEO of the American bankers association. The 118th Congress is open for business, with more than 80 new members. The freshman class includes veterans, former hill staffers, and the first Gen Z member of Congress. Each bringing their own experiences and skills. America's banks and their 2 million employees look forward to working with the new Congress to grow the economy and give everyone the chance to succeed. Learn more at ABA dot com slash America's banks. This is WTO news. 6 23, the FDA could be considering a new COVID vaccine strategy. It comes as an independent FDA advisory committee voted for a proposal recommending that anyone who gets a vaccine should be given the bivalent shot instead of the original formula. CBS medical contributor doctor David agus joined WTO to talk about the need for bivalent shots. We're going to start to see the virus is changing. So let's make the booster a little bit different so that we can have a broad enough immune response to really contain what the virus is that year. Over a million years of evolution, the human genome changed 1%. This virus can change 1% in a day. And so the idea that the virus can change is real, and we really have to respond with science when it does. Currently, Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines which were developed in 2020 are being used for the first two shots, the committee also considered but didn't vote on a proposal to have an annual COVID vaccination. Meanwhile, the FDA is expected to ease restrictions on gay and bisexual men who want to donate blood. Right now, men who have sex with other men need to wait at least three months after that contact before donating blood, but soon the FDA is expected to remove the waiting period for men who are in monogamous relationships. That's according to The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, other countries have made similar changes in recent years, including Canada and the United Kingdom. A Christian baker in Colorado who won a partial U.S. Supreme Court victory after refusing to make a gay couple's wedding cake has lost an appeal in his latest legal fight. The newer case involves his rejection of a request for a birthday cake celebrating a gender transition. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that the cake Jack's Phillips and masterpiece cake shop was asked to make is not a form of speech. It also found that the state law that makes it illegal to refuse to provide services to people based on race, religion, or sexual orientation, does not violate business owners right to practice or express their religion. Phillips plans to appeal
"kuna" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Manila Kuna beating classic getaway. All hands down to be honest. Yeah, I'd be surprised if the form on better ground isn't switched. For all the classes get away is clearly very talented. He cost absolutely and he goes 570 thousand pounds. Classic getaway or a small farm I'll take the small farm thanks very much. It could be I don't know, but it's even a good runner. For me anyway, he looked potentially very nice horse. It's already a great one winner. That's the last year or a video a very good ride, but I think he's wrong in the algorithm is top class. It's a cracker. And a nice guy. And you know, Paul stopped with him there too, you know? I think a lot of them and he results only beaten to relent by the nice guy at conscious answer. So you know, I feel that it is very good. He also in the second in the pandemic, he didn't win a plane. If I believe a second, we're very good at grand jury in a pilot. So noise, he's only 6. And so he's coming into his prime and top pass. I'd say that was a top class beginners to be honest. Podcast. Two very good artists. One is probably attention vocal bars. And it could be the Marx chess, I would say. I wouldn't surprise if a corner come back, a small bit is there. I wouldn't surprise me. If Willie didn't stretch him out in the three mile this year over fences and kept plastic and stepped him over three mile or maybe the other way around. No, I think you're right about that. The impression I got from the race was classic getaway is going to be delighted when he gets to three miles, whereas manilla kundu could stay at this trip. He could. He doesn't even feel like that's hindsight. But I'm
"kuna" Discussed on ESPN FC
"My hands up to say I was surprised how well they played against the Belgian side which some people expect to go quite far in the tournament, but this is the nature of football and I think Roberto Martinez is right. They probably didn't deserve to win, but the beauty of the game is you just need to score more than your position. They did that today. So both teams in theory can take away positives. I think you can hear from the calendar account, but they believe they can be anybody and for the Belgium team they've suffered but still come up with a three point. So they believe they've got the grit to be able to step forward and play better and win more games. Well, Martina definitely will be happy that Belgium did get the three points in this one, but probably a performance he might not be happy with is when you weren't happy with and that's one of your boys Kevin De Bruyne. Yeah. Not often that he doesn't hit the mark, but you felt he was off it. No, I think he was a little bit off it according to his very, very high standards. And I think you'd probably admit to that himself. There were a few opportunities where you'd get you'd break the lines and you'd have the ball and be driving. But someone else through balls one is clean as we've seen from him in the past. And that's his own high standard. We used to see him playing some incredible through balls, which we would never even think of doing ourselves. But today, some of the simpler ones. So I think he'll be probably disappointed with that, but if I was to be a betting man, I'd bet they'd address that going into the second game. So again, you take the positives, you won the match, and you didn't play it your best. So what's the come when you do play better? I still love Canada getting out. That's fine. You can do. And I think from what I've seen today. There's more of your respect. I thought I wanted to be so much so much. No, no, no, no, no. I was actually. Don't do that. I'm not on the servian one. But what I would say, what I would say is I think the energy in which they play that the nature of the high press, the good football that they played. And the fact that they literally made Belgium can look pedestrian. This is a Belgian side that was in the last stage of those competition four years ago. It was very, very impressive. And it's for me, I think, of the concave size. I think it's the best overall performance, but it's a shame that it came out of nothing. All right, well, you know, may I always campaigning for our Concacaf teams. If that's a fight. Canada definitely. That's the fight. That's the fact. Exactly. And Canada definitely has made at least a Concacaf region proud in this World Cup qualifying campaign. Right, let's move on away from the World Cup now because there is some big news over in the blue side of Manchester in case you haven't noticed that natum side mister Manchester City TV over her. Allegedly. And that means Pep Guardiola is going to stay on at least till 2020. You see, it's a big smiley face. You seem quite happy with that. I'm happy because you're happy, and I know that's your boy. I know that's a club. I know that they make your bank account happier. So Guardiola, man city. I mean, he's teaming today. Just look at me guys. But we do know that you love that is your set about just on Pep Guardiola. It's almost feels like a true man cuny. Now this had to be done, right? Yeah. I wouldn't say initially had to be done, but it felt as if people wanted him to stay. But with Pep Guardiola, he's earned the right to be able to make a decision himself. I think some managers end up being kicked away, but for him. The years that he's given to cities, some of the highs and the emotion that's involved with it. I think if people wonder whether he's really attached to the club, you look back to the last game of last season against Aston Villa. And he's brought to tears as the teams winning the title. But it's a title that they've won a few times since he's been manager. So it shows how much the club means to him, how much those moments meet him and overcoming those stressful situations with him with himself with his management staff with the widest staff with the fans with the players. And I think for the funds themselves, continuity really does matter. I think as you look around some of the leagues and you see the managerial changes that have gone on, it's taken a bit of time to bet in, but in this instance now, this continuity, so you kind of know what man city you're going to look like because if it's anything like the years have gone by, there's reason to be hopeful there's reason to be positive because so far, I think it's done a pretty good job. Look at that smell on your face. A two year contract extension. Is that enough to win the Champions League or maybe two, because we all know that. Here we go. I'm just being fine. Here we go. That's what you need. You have one of the other for so long. You brought into the Champions League. That's the only thing, yeah. That's all it is. So why is it not being sacked before now then? Why is it not been said before now? Everything else domestically. So it's not just the Champions League then. But well, you need the Champions League, don't you? Do you need the jump music? I mean, everyone wants to jump into everyone. Everyone wants to jump in. But it's no secret. That pip wants to. Yeah, absolutely. And it's no secret that every other top manager wants it as well. I think you'll be very much disappointed that it's been so long since his last one. And the fact that some of the teams he's had across those years have been as good as anyone in Europe. So there is a sense of disappointment, not just amongst him, but amongst those players as well. And I'm sure the next two years you'll continue to try and have that as a big priority, but the fact is it never comes at the expense of anything. So I think in the years when they've not won the Champions League, domestically they've been great overall. So I think that's going to be the idea. Be great domestically, but now can you get over the edge and win a champagne again and maybe sort of solidify his legacy as such for the one or two doubters that left in the world. Well, beside us over on our ESPN Argentina set, we had a very special guest in Kuna guero yesterday and I remember doing an interview with him where he did say that it's hard to call it a perfect season at Manchester City. He told me until they win the Champions League. So I'm going to trust what Kuna Guerra told us. Let's move on now though to talk about the red side of Manchester United because you've got a smile on your face now. I'm just smart because I'm happy to be sat here in Doha, but what's an event for a week they've had from the christiano Ronaldo bombshell interview to now knowing that he has had his contract terminated by mutual concern. So I suppose and now we're hearing that the club could be up for sale. This is the news that you would assume
"kuna" Discussed on WBUR
"Carisi Kuna link thinks cars themselves are a problem She lives in Brazil and has spent decades campaigning for investment in public transport and walking and cycling networks There is a big movement here from the automobile industry as a whole when technology industry as well towards the clean electric vehicles Compare your lobbying power to that of the automobile industry Oh wow it's very small We have very little influence compared to the automobile industry So I think it's a gigantic crusade To receive runs the Brazilian branch of the nonprofit the institute for transportation and development policy and lives with her family in Rio de Janeiro My 11 year old boy he's always trying to find electric vehicle in the street It's quite funny He has this obsession about trying to find the electric vehicles So when you're out for a walk and he's looking for the electric vehicle so you're like hey look there's a bicycle Oh look at that person walking Oh there's a bus He is all of us are constantly bombarded by this images You can all have our own smartphones and our own private vehicles and this way we will not need to worry about the climate crisis He's the whole time very seduced by that And I find it interesting because if he seduced by that and he has a mom who is an advocate who is always talking about it let's imagine how the rest of the population leave Clarice's issue with the electric car revolution is really that Let's imagine how the rest of the population live There is a reality that is very different from the global north to the global south In the global north we could say that the majority of trips in many places are already made by pollutant vehicles and then migrating to electric vehicles might be a solution right That's not the situation in the global south That's definitely not the situation in light and America not the situation in Brazil What we have here is the majority of the population traveling by public transport And while more people are buying cars in Brazil they're not buying electric ones The majority of the population here will not be able to buy an electric vehicle anytime soon That's not going to happen in ten years That's not going to happen in 30 years There are lots of hurdles to getting people to buy electric cost being the main one but also where do you charge them How far can they go Put all those things aside for a second let's wave our magic wand And say everyone who already has their own petrol car gets it replaced with an EV Look under your seat You get an electric vehicle You get an electric vehicle You get an electric vehicle With that reduce emissions by enough to help us reach our climate targets Heather mcclain looked into this question in the U.S. and wrote a paper about her findings And the title of the article gives away a bit of the result the title was selected of light duty vehicle fleet alone will not meet mitigation targets Spoiler alert Yeah as the title suggests our conclusion was no or at least that doing so would require deployment of battery electric vehicles at a pace that exceeded at the time at least the most optimistic projections What have found was that to keep global temperature rise below 2° in the U.S. all car sales would need to be electric by 2035 and 90% of cars on the road would need to be electric by 2050 Today electric vehicles make up just 2.5% of car sales in the U.S. and 1% of the total cars in use But don't worry There is another way to get vehicle emissions down I want to take you back to the mid 90s for another vision of the future As Quentin Wilson was whizzing around LA in that early electric vehicle I was about ten so I couldn't drive but I was sat near the champs elysees in the center of Paris France The roads were empty but we were glued to a tiny portable television screen watching and waiting for something to reach us A flash of color the grinding of gears the thrill of speed Our rubric clearly this moment when cycling became the coolest thing in the world My experience of the chanson is different I've been there when the Tour de France isn't on and.
"kuna" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Did he just say that? But that's what their face is all said, almost exactly, but silently. They have no idea what to do at this point. Sharon Gilbert just told these creepy Christian men that her husband and possibly some other guy tried to do outfit stuff and it went super badly like really problematic. But she's not aware of that being the case. So they're just not along and hope for the best. Well, it worked. At least for me, it's the best. She continued. I said to other Derek, who are you? And he had the nerve to claim to be a xerxes. I love that moment. And we get to so often that that moment where the Christian host realizes that the accidentally just got a garden variety crazy person instead of a liar. It's fucking glorious because somewhere deep in that pained expression of theirs is this realization that they also can't tell the difference between their thing and mental illness so. They can't so yeah xerxes alien is trying to fuck her or something. So after she says xerxes, by the way, Sharon Gilbert looks over at the panel like she just tied it all together and it makes sense. You guys got it. And the camera pans over. And again, it's just blank stares of terror and confusion. And then there's a cut in the video I watch. I watch the clip from right wing watch. Absolutely not watching this entire like two hour episode of the Jim baker show. But based on how she comes back in, she told the story of this outfit stuff thing happening several times. So after the cut, she continues, this last time indicating that she told a bunch of these stories already, this last time, I knew he was really desperate again and she's talking about xerxes the king of Persia, just there. He was really desperate at this point. I asked him again, who are you? He told me the same answer. And I said, I'm not going with you. Finally, I said, I've had enough. I reached up. I grabbed his face and I said, you are a liar and Jesus is real. There's no indication that xerxes contradicted that at any point, but that's what she said whilst grabbing his face, whatever, continuing again. I pulled that face off and beneath it was a reptile and he had little creatures with him this time. What? He brought these little halfling creatures and they looked like, I don't know, gargoyles. So beneath that, the face of Derek was a reptilian serpentine creature probably similar to what was visiting the anasazi. What the brogue is happening. Her husband comes out as space is all banned. For the last time, those halflings are our kids Sharon. They're kids, and everybody looks creepy underneath their face. You ripped my face off. It was fucked up, man. So I'm sure everyone completely understood was happening there. But yeah, I wanna add a bit more context just to be clear about how it works on the gym baker show because this is the important thing. This is how they're evil. They're not just liars and crazy and stupid they're evil. They listen to this whole thing. The panelist listens to her whole story, still terrified and baffled at the end, obviously. But then Jim baker, there's a pause and he's just like, all right, well, this is why everyone needs to buy my DVD. Yes. The great delusion and it tells you all about how to understand alien stuff in the proper biblical paradigm that is very important. And then the panel guy next to him is like, yeah, lots of Christian people have to deal with aliens, of course. And if they haven't studied up with a DVD like this, they might get sexually abused. That's why this is important. And then this exact words. He says, this is really important stuff for our day to today as Christians on our day to today. Yeah. Now, you sometimes she got a deal with the fucking aliens xerxes trying to fuck you with his reptile face, yeah. Gargoyle cargo Wrangler you need to get the DVD. But yeah, only one easy payment of 9 99. And finally tonight in Nebraska's stupid question knows. It's time to check in once again with Nebraska preacher self proclaimed prophet and midway point between Ray Romano and Fred flintstone. Hank, Conan. Great. Yeah, you may remember Cunningham for repeatedly insisting that Trump was going to be reinstated as president any damn minute now or maybe for threatening to smite people who pointed out how wrong that was with leprosy or maybe you remember him from that time when he blamed school shootings on abortion demons. Well, he made it back on our radar this week with an impromptu mid sermon history lesson that was just about as accurate as his election prophecies and his leprosy. Threats. According to Kuna man, there's no such thing as separation of church and state because a number of preachers signed the Declaration of Independence. I mean, yeah, just to be clear, the number of preachers who signed the Declaration of Independence has absolutely no bearing whatsoever on how separate.
"kuna" Discussed on TNCnow
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"kuna" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America
"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever
The Propaganda Rodolfo Acuna Wrote to Mexicans in the U.S.
"One 23 not only is the United States said to be a white dominant systematically racist society pressing all people of color But the country is very existence is a legitimate due to its colonization of Mexico's land This is what's argued hence the true natives are the indigenous Mexicans not the whites who promote racist nativism And this is being taught in our schools and so forth and obviously it's something that many journalists really embrace There was a book in 1972 written by a guy called a Kuna called occupied America And the author writes Mexicans slash chicanos in the United States today are on a press people They are citizens but their citizenship is second class at best Their exploited and manipulated by those with more power and sadly many believe that the only way to get along in Anglo America is to become Americanized themselves see what I'm saying Here Mexican American in your patriotic you've been Americanized you've got a problem
"kuna" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
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"kuna" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now
"D to make your immune system strong and give you what your body needs for protection. The other thing i would say is we want zinc onboard. We want somewhere between thirty and fifty milligrams minimum for zinc you could use up to one hundred milligrams of zinc day. I would just be a little cautious using that for a long period of time because zinc a lot of other capabilities and can change your hormonal structure a little bit so be careful using hundred milligrams for months and months and months and months. At a time i love a product called transfer factor. It's a great immune product and it can really help support your immune system and we've seen it bring up white blood cell count levels when they've been low. We use it in a lot of our chronically ill people it is extremely helpful. I like to travel with product called to kuna from neutral. Medics to kuna is a really good antiviral product. It's a liquid tincture and this can be used in tight traded dose depending on age. I would not use it in pregnant. Women are breastfeeding moms. Because we don't have studies. Show it safety effectiveness With pregnant moms so pregnant. Moms need to stay with things like vitamin d. C and vitamin c. Now there are protocols that you can use that the frontline doctors have put out for other practitioners to help as a preventative and to treat early. Onset these are things like hydroxy. Chloroquine ivermectin culture zine pregnant zone pulmicort inhalers and and you do need an antibiotic onboard. We are seeing two to three percent of the cases testing positive for mycoplasma. Pneumonia and clemencia pneumonia. Which are bacterial infections. That cause bronchitis and ammonia. So we want an antibiotic on board. If you're acutely ill as a preventive People that are using hydroxy chloroquine a couple of times a week and or pairing that with ivermectin dose by weights. Either once a week or every other week so these are great tools. That people can have to protect themselves. It's very important for us to protect ourselves. This is the key if our healthcare practitioners and our leaders are not going to put this fourth. We need to do this ourselves. We have always needed to protect ourselves. We never needed to depend on our government to protect us that is not their role that is not their job. Our job is to protect ourselves and our families and prepare our families and ourselves for whatever. Emergency may come up..
"kuna" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"kuna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Twelve is so long it feels very long when you go out there and it's not super high but it's a proper proper climb and you just have to look through the list of winners with a few names accepted you know. Proper climbers have one up there so am glitches stein to feel of fatigue and if mass and lopez art are both equal to. If not better than him then we could have a really interesting. She type on the climb. We could rich and it is one of the sacred places in spanish. Cycling on in the world of cycling. It's one of these names. Really the conjures up kinds of Images an unholy certain gravitas very important place in spanish history as well because the battle of longer in early in the century was the first acts in what is referred to as the reconquista. The christians seizing back control from the muslims from the moves in spain and that went on for while it went until the fifteenth century but covadonga is very significant in the reconquista today. Who should really know about this. So i thought might know about this and anyone who might be studying history This i'm studying history at this test. Who could that be Well this morning i kind of. I can't even remember how how i discovered this the today. Oh i think general. I think we were discussing the fact that yesterday in the was it kuna benelux to johnny vermeer and remco van had a little bit of a to do after the line. There was some beef and that got me thinking about whether florin for mash here. Who's riding for lotto. Sue dial was any relation to johnny. Come on daniel. You went up to them and make some this morning things up with the law. He was not a little bit more reading about florio discovered that he was studying history again. University so i thought he would be the perfect man to eventually after a long preamble along conversation about his studies. I thought it'd be the ideal person to ask about covadonga reconquista so.
"kuna" Discussed on Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews
"Ma'am you're writing something for brevity and clarity And you don't well which in my personal opinion you should never see the journalists. The journalists beliefs the journalists anything personality really in a news piece and i wrote largely informative Journalism like you know healthcare legislation and how it impacted small businesses. So that was kind of my my bailiwick. You should never see yourself in their writing. A novel is can be very vulnerable and the first number of years it was it was terrifying to have other people. Read it at one hand. you know. i want someone feedback the other half. I'm like oh my god they're gonna think that either my writings terrible or the plots terrible or something so it was loosening up and and trying to become free and and really write a story and put all that passion of storytelling in it which is can be quite different when you're writing hard news because again it's all fact based and you're trying to be as concise as you want to be in here you know when you're writing and first person or deep third person you're really trying to explain you don't ever label their anger. You explain other jaws clenched in there. You know white knuckle fists you know so. You're trying to expand that so it's like to have the same coin sides of the same coin. Okay and so you just saw you. You were concerned it ken. I cannot pull this off. And then the feedback. And i think every author might deal with you. Release the book to get this back and fabulous. Continue a writing career. You're not just only get fabulous feedback. And i and i could see any artist. Kuna singer actor. You're going get some feedback. you like. Whoa that that hit. I can see why you would have been like them. I really wonder this is so thought. So i'm gonna switch pivot just a little bit away from the trying theory as you come down to like the last ten minnesota show but what. I wanna talk about to creative me. What inspired you launch can make creative media. My llc began Really as a it's basically..
"kuna" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Your study is an anti-aging anesthetics initially before opening the first clinic in cancun after experiencing success with clinic in kuna playa del carmen location followed as the bio spa. Clini you to grow bio spa clinic. Loom opened about six years ago. She loves empowering women to feel and look their best from the inside out. Here's a bit about jackie on my youtube and you can watch the full video as well. Let me see if it loads if not You can just follow the link in the show notes and then go watch. the video. Doesn't look like it's floating. Somebody's gonna pause it. Oh wait hold on nope so. Just go watch if you're curious. So high found them. They came up several times in my search online. When i was googling botox so bio sparkling to loom when i reached out. Jackie personally responded beautifully from the start during our video chat with duck. dr belinda. We discussed talks as well as hifu ended up. Doing the hifu. As i've shared the first time ever during my minnie's spotty as you know i love staying healthy like a boss from the inside out before i knew it. My spotty to experience folks in an.
"kuna" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"Maybe but it's hard to really tell and a lot of kids show up to school either way right but to your point the other question that was directed at me. I mean this is actually a a moment of reflection for the community. So faith leaders have come together after this tweet to begin saying you know what maybe we need to talk about this. Because in all of the interface work that i've been a part of or activities if thought is different events visits to massage and synagogues. This has almost been the elephant in the room that nobody touches. You know we talk about the sisterhood and brotherhood. That's there we talk about you. Know the deep bonds of faith how have similar prophets and stories and values the same value of islah of improving. The condition of our world is the same as their concept to kuna allom. I mean there's so much there right. That's that's brings us together but this was a topic that we all kind of stayed away from and i think that was. It was intentional. Because we didn't want to compromise or risk right those bonds. But i think our leaders now have realized the importance of having some of that courage to have those courageous conversations. Right to kind of say you know what our sisterhood in our brotherhood is so much deeper and so much more valuable in infinite then allowing something like a political conflict to divide us so. Hey let's let's start talking with that because we can still see our common humanity beyond that issue. Even though it's existential in a way for the jewish community right. I mean i've come to really appreciate how challenging it can be to have that conversation when it feels. There's no other safe place for you in the world and that's it's a refuge especially in the context of the holocaust and that's kind of how that identities internalized and that narrative shapes how people feel about it. So why do you think the response has been so harsh has as it has been. It just seems like situations like this happen so often but it seems like from this from their perspective. They think that you had some kind of a bond or some kind of report that you had established with them and you've achieved some level ups Support from them. Maybe i'm just guessing here. Maybe from their perspective. Yeah yeah so there are gonna be recognizing you in in some capacity and elevating your status To what extent do they do. You think that it's some kind of revenge. That's happening that he we. We thought we were cool. And you decide to step out of your territory and getting these topics. What may have been fueling this. There are a number of things that make this really complicated. So i do think on some level i mean i do think some of it is genuine. Hate like i think there is definitely a semi phobia and that's part of why the muslim jewish dialogue has been so important. It's to try to undo antisemitism and islamophobia in both communities to humanize one another to each other so i do think there was a lot less good faith goodwill and patience with the situation as a result of that. I don't think that's the only thing that play though kind of similar to what i was sharing. Just just now you know. The concept from a young age for a lot of jews is inextricable to their jewish identity. And that's something in the history of marginalization expulsion..
One Woman Is Preparing Her Neighborhood for the Next Flood
"When heavy rainfalls in austin texas residents of the dove springs neighborhood. Brace themselves the water has nowhere to run but to us. Longtime resident francis a kunia to storm water flows down from surrounding areas into the streets in yards of her low-lying neighborhood. New development is made matters worse. Asphalt and concrete have replaced greenspaces used to soak up rainwater and as the climate warms. Extreme storms are growing more common. A kunia says several years ago. A flash flood damage many of her neighbors homes and destroyed their possessions. You don't know what to say because you see you off a disaster so the only thing that you do is just give them a hug and you try to help. The experience motivated her to advocate for solutions. A kuna now works at go. Austin vomits austin a local nonprofit as the lead organizer for climate resilience. She helps residents prepare for emergencies for example by elevating furniture to keep it dry and planning when and how to evacuate as she's pushing the city to improve its storm water systems to better protect everyone as the threat of flooding grows.
Cases of Indian COVID-19 Variant Surge Across UK
"This week was meant to be one of celebrations. The biggest easing of the case komo navarre's restrictions in well over six months pubs. Restaurants will open indoor dining again with even hugging allowed outside but the positive mood was dampened by several out. Big of new vote of covid nineteen spreading in parts of england new variants of concern of always been on the government's radar estimate. The could challenge. It's lockdown easing plans but so much is unknown about this new strain particularly its transmissibility health sector matt. Hancock told the house of commons this week that the government was hopeful of getting it under control. We have used the extensive security surveillance system that we've built and new techniques to identify the areas. We're most concerned about where we will now surge testing. Vaccinations further. this episode shows. Just how important it is that every single person who is vulnerable to covert nineteen gets not just one but two doses ties. Let's begin with this new strain before we look at in the uk. Obviously india has had a very very difficult time with kota vice and we've seen those polling images of hospitals running out of oxygen running out of intensive cab bats and that obviously now with rhetoric is also do with this new strain of kuna virus that although it doesn't appear to be more lethal it is spreading much quickly than the dominant kent fair in this being within the uk for some time even the question of how much more transmissible it is is uncertain. Seb i mean you i. The public politicians would love some answers to these questions. But it's quite complicated to work out for example whether it's much more infectious which would destroy the remaining phases of the government's lockdown clan. Or whether it's just a little bit or infectious in which case we can probably go
I'll Peanut Jam Your Brain
"Okay so earlier. I did this thing. That probably sounded weird to you. Emily your sentence. It didn't make any sense but you know another day. Another dollar alright. Okay well well so when someone does something unexpected like that when they're talking to you or get this even when you're reading something that doesn't follow the standard conventions of the language. Something kind of cool happens in your brain l. So they can actually measure this right so when we studied brain one of the ways that we can study. Brain activity is by measuring electrical current. That is flowing through your cortex rates so the surface of your brain for the cells to talk to each other. They released electrical current. This is sarah phillips our expert i mentioned earlier. I am a rising fourth year. Phd student in the linguistics department at new york university and also a member of the neuro linguistic slab very cool. She studies bilingualism and code switching which we will touch on in a future episode because it is objectively but for today. She's helping me out as explain. These things called n. Four hundred and p six hundred. He's are measurable responses. That happen your brain as you process language okay so little electrical signals that your brain is always giving off right but these are different from your normal brain buzzing. That would happen. If you're listening to like a quote normal sentence got it basically these phenomena are your brain saying like hey hold up something weird happening here okay so like when i peanut jam your brain that an example of one that can spark some. You know chemistry for you. Oh yeah yeah. I felt wrong and a lot of ways so as i peanut. Jam your brain. That's a good one anyways. Yes in nineteen eighty two psychologists. Marta kunas and steven hilliard published a paper showing that among these electrical signals. There was this big response about four hundred milliseconds person. Reading a sentence came across a word that was like semantic league confusing or the meaning was wrong. Okay so it's like a linguistic oddball sentences thrown your way your brain will produce a end. Four hundred response four hundred milliseconds after you heard peanut gem in that benefits. I peanut jam. Your brain your brain was like whoa. What's that doesn't make any sense. Exactly yeah and your brain. Does this kwong in less than half a second. Which is wild. So sir philip's art linguist from earlier explained. It happens in other scenarios like garden path sentences. So you start to hear a sentence and you think you know what's going to happen next but then something goes wrong okay and so when something goes wrong your brain has to go wait what. I don't think i interpreted this how it was supposed to be. I've got a restart which sarah says can happen with the sentence as simple as he spread the warm bread with socks yummy. This is fun. I like this okay. So how does this compare to. The p six hundred you were mentioning earlier is different than and four hundred the big differences just that they go in opposite directions and they happen at different points so when she says opposite directions. She's talking about how they kind of show up on these science graphs. You've them sure one one shows up in the positive and the other shows up as negative and and okay but for me the easiest thing to hang onto is that they happen at different times so the four hundred happens four hundred milliseconds after the wuxi. The p six hundred. The brain gives off slightly later. That response peaks roughly six hundred milliseconds after the woopsie. That's really it and we're trying to understand when we see this type of fact. What could this affect represent. What is this affect characterizing. What's happening in the brain in. Initially researchers thought that the answers to these questions was that the end four hundred was happening because of semantic errors so involving the meaning of words right and that the p six hundred was showing up because of grammatical errors which not to brag. But i make all this and we've met you for that. Yeah yeah sure okay but but it turns out as research into all this has gone on these effects might be more generalized kind of than researchers previously thought it might just have to do with how your brain processes complex language and this just shows that when we think about language and how we process language. They're actually a lot of steps involved. Starting from recognizing that the sound that you hear is a sound of the language that you speak and how those sounds then combined to form some parts of words.
"kuna" Discussed on KTOK
"This is coast to coast. A M with your guest host Richard Sarit. Welcome back Sitting in for George Noory. This'll is a solo effort from the Who front man. Roger Adultery. How far scientists have studied whale calls for decades to learn more about the communication and migration of these oceanic giants. Now they found a new use for the vocalizations. Creating an ultra sound of the ocean floor. The strategy reported today in science could help reveal details about Earth's crust in earthquakes without disturbing sensitive marine life. It is a simple and very creative idea, says James Miller and Ocean engineer at the University of Rhode Island in nearing Set Bay, who has studied underwater acoustics for 37 years. Until now, whale calls have been an annoyance to seismologists. The research the researchers plays ball shaped size seismo meters on the ocean floor. Record earthquakes. But the instruments often captured the repetitive songs of Wales, which the scientists must delete from their analysis when Val Cloud kuna was a PhD student tracking earthquakes At Oregon State University. However, he wondered whether the trash of defected fin whale vocalizations in his recordings could be treasure. Instead, KUNA found that besides the sound waves directly emitted by the whales, the ocean bottom seismometers also captured their echoes waves that pass through the ground and bounced back off subsurface rock layers. Scientists use similar echoes produced by human made instruments such as air guns to map the sea floor and look for oil and gas deposits. We can use whales in the same way and for free Cohen assess you can read more of the story in the in the news section. Bed coast to coast am dot com. And if you like what you hear tonight this morning and you want to find out more about what I do.
"kuna" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Recovery. That's 1888 recovery. Alright right down to it. Don't worry about the bells and whistles. We're just going to get into it. I asked why the significance of the 17th Day of this calendar of January. Why all of our public safety elements are freaking out. Let's go. If we can to Joe and Rockland who seems to know a welcome to WBC Giuseppe, how you doing? I think Saturday is important because although the Trump supporters are gonna be at work during the week Oh, you couldn't be more hopelessly wrong. Couldn't be Iike you're not divulge. I know there were thousands of you out there who know of the importance of the 17th. Let's go to Johnny Boy, Little Falls, New Jersey Are you going toe? Let us know why the 17th Sonny Hey, Curtis can afternoon brother. Listen first I want to see him a long time listener, And I think you're a punk and for Gezi, but the significance of it is the 17th letter in the alphabet is cute as follows. Moron kuna is out there that believe this nonsense going on. Do you agree or disagree? You mean whether I'm a punk off for gays eat well? We could get back to that. But I am I right Or am I wrong? You are partially right. I will give you three quarters of that. Yes, you have decipher good. Why the 17th letter of the alphabet, which is Q is so important a Cuban on and their followers and others who sort of follow what they have to say. But you understand what the mention of 17 triggers off in their mind. It's a trigger word. You do You know what that means. Enlighten me, please. Oh, okay. You see, you got three quarters. I'm going to get the other quarter and then you're going to explain. Why am I punk? And what I made for G so I don't punch your schnoz right down your throat. Here it goes here 100 times right here. Right now..
"kuna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of football team merchandise Everybody has this year. And the next year. Whatever the new name is, the Indians will decide to take that non steps so they're not going to be called the baseball team this year. They're gonna stay with the Indians expect the next year. Florida State Atlanta Braves decide to deal with the Tomahawk chop will see. But the merchandise issue Grove the situation for us long as it could. Until frankly, Dan Snyder was economically pressured to change it. But as important he's looking for public money for a new stadium somewhere in the D C area, and you're not gonna be able to do that. If you kept the Redskin names, you can guarantee that We're talking a wrecked car over here on CBS sports Radio. Um, Golf is actually benefited from the pandemic because so much activity was restricted. There were areas in the country and certainly golf. A places that allowed people to get out. You could still get out and do some exercise and play some golf and do so social distancing so a whole lot of golf places so number of rounds and amount of money generated actually go up. Now that the restrictions aren't as strict as they used to be. Is the increase in number of rounds and the productivity of golf, continuing to trend opposite did six months ago. Yeah, I think it's important because you know, a lot of people were saying, who's the next Tiger Woods and if it's not around right away, what we're gonna do in the business well, 26% jump in rounds over the summer. 331 million, and clubs, bald and other gears, equipment sales up nearly 30% training tools, swing ads, all of that stuff, the aides for us really important. And so that was the safest sport you can continue to do. But it was also, as you know, the first televised sport to come back, and I think everybody enjoyed watching it outdoors, even if There are non golfers and for me, which is incredibly important. You know, I've invoked that 6. Ft is good rule because of social distance thing, and people haven't talked to me about it, but it's certainly cuts him strokes down off of my grounds. What you think No. Anyway, your strokes come down. That's a good thing. I recall He was on CBS Porchetta I early and I know we're only a week and a half in but early returns and he had a lot of national televised games. For the N BA this year. Viewership is up TV ratings are up last year was so weird with the bubble. I didn't even know how to get a grasp on the dynamic of how the ratings were going to play. Now we're back in arenas without fans, but back in arenas, and at least early on the viewership has been up across the board. What do you read into that? Well, I read into the Christmas quadruple header, which is really important reason that the sides got back to the table and started their season as early as they did because I don't know if the rest of let's say January is going to be as good I hope so, but we have a lot of people stay indoors. And excited about the fact that there were only 60 days between the championship games and the beginning of the 2021 season. So I don't read anything into it yet, except the fact that people do want basketball. And when you think about all of that No, we're nearly $1.2 billion a TV revenue last year because of the bubble because they played regardless of pans. And you could say that save the economics of the system just like television, save the economics of a lot of sports. The other place where the N B A is borderline thriving isn't wagering a zoo? Many states is there are that there are legalized gambling. Now I know the numbers are up on the NBA to start the season as well. I think they're up on just the gambling outlets website your phone hour to get your action in these days or up tremendously because yet during a pandemic there just that made more people that are out and about and doing other things, so they are taking their chances and watching there. Games. So for the states that did leg it's late in get legalized gambling. I guess we're all benefiting from it right now, right? Well, yeah. $3 billion for the first time sports betting on a monthly basis in November and the states that did decide to pass before the pandemic. Realizing that they got a lot of revenue for roads and bridges and education in schools, and all that kind of report to stuff is well, including some companies. You know, Caesar's bought British bookmaker William Hill for $3.7 billion. It's even more than your salary, which is contemplating a little bit a little bit. When you think about it. It's one of those things will continue to go up and you every sport. When I was doing the NFL stadiums for the NFL, I couldn't talk about gambling or casino sponsorships or even stadium's on Indian land as we did in Arizona. Now, if you don't mention it, you're leaving money on the table, Right? Just flat out foolishness. One where one place where it is actually down. I did notice. Sneaker sales, which does make sense because again people aren't getting out At some point. We hope everybody does get out and the vaccine works, and we're all getting closer to what we used to work the way we still live Life. But the last year has been difficult for people and just getting out and about which would signify sneaker sales down. Do players to endorsers actually take a hit because less sneakers? They're moving. It's not them. We can figure out why sneaker sales are down to the players pay a price. Yeah, but the endorsement contracts are usually kind of flat endorsement contracts over the recent ones with the big guys are percentage of sales. So if the sales are down, yeah, they do. Take a hit, but on a greater scale, they'll be coming back once we get outdoors, and they'll recover some of that, But Kind of broadly from the stock market. Here's some advice. If you know the pandemic last longer than you expect, here comes tell Akane and here comes the indoor stuff, which is really important and he'd take the stock increases and when we're ready to go outside again, entertainment stocks and and the Nikes and everybody else going up again, so Some go up some go down, but it's good to see that the economy, at least in some cases continues to improve in sports is a very important part of that. You mentioned one company, which I should ask about. I don't even know His paella time. I know it's an individually owned company. But is it a created company? Is that a company you could have or can buy stock it? Yes, there's a big typo. There's a big public move for Palestine and for a lot of the other home exercise Cos pretty quickly and that market is increased and is going to be significant. So keep watching it. Okay. Keep an eye out for it, too. Yeah, that if I'd missed out on that, I would have been pretty ticked off. No. And, you know stock tips. Talk stock is really important. So so watch from now I'm going to the weather forecast. I'm do real estate. That's why we have a mind. You understand? CBS sports radio or a car or guest? Um, last thing And I will readily admit I know nothing about this, So you have to inform his back. It can our listeners the best like I read a story where Russell Okun KUNA, offensive lineman in the National Football League, asked And agreed upon getting paid a portion of his NFL salary in Bitcoin. I don't know anything about Bitcoin. I don't understand. Bitcoin. Bitcoin goes right over my head. What is the advantages to that? Is this a trend We're going to see going forward. The players would prefer to be paid in Bitcoin and good old American dollars. Yeah, That's a very good point. So the good old American dollar still is kind of the bulwark of what everybody is using on then gold and then maybe Bitcoin Bitcoin is kind of the new trendy thing. It's it's private currency, so no government backs it. But if you want to buy something, and you use it And you have to wait for somebody to be able to pay big point if you like it, So it's growing but is limited. And the idea is not only you getting your money, but you're getting an investment opportunity in it now. Bitcoin suddenly A flops on Do you know? Russell kun says, Look, I'm sorry. I made a mistake. If I'm the team, I said, Well, yeah, but you made your choice. So you know Congratulations on your big point Investment, So it's ah..
Rocket Roundup for June 3, 2020
"Twenty twenty. Today's livestream was hosted by Anne Wilson. And our audio is reported by me Allie Pelfrey. Most Mondays through Fridays. Our team will be here putting science in your brain. Usually Wednesdays for rocket roundup, and we have some catching up to do. Let's get to it, shall we? A JAKSA H. to be rocket launched the H. T. V. Nine Mission Aka. WHO NATORI Nine on Wednesday may twentieth, twenty twenty at five thirty one PM ut see. The mission patches a gold ring around a blue and yellow graphic of the H. T. V. Capsule with a yellow image of the ISS in the distance against a black background. The text H to transfer vehicle and mission designation HDTV, nine, or in the yellow ring. The Japanese characters say Kuna Tori nine. There were to last for this flight. This was the last flight for the H. to be the first flight of the H. Three is planned for later this year. This was also the last Katori. A new Japanese cargo vessel is expected to launch and twenty when he to. A lot of cargo went to the ISS ON HDTV nine. Six thousand two hundred kilograms to be exact. That's four four thousand three hundred kilograms in the pressurized compartment and one thousand nine hundred kilograms in the unpressurised compartment. This includes a solid combustion experimental module. The module will continue research on combustion in microgravity, also on board were six new lithium ion batteries for the space station and fresh bell, peppers, Kiwi and citrus fruit for the crew. All fresh fruits and vegetables were grown in Japan. One of the other experiments was a wireless. Lan Demonstration or W. L. D. pronounced wild. Wild was an experiment that was performed during Kuna Tori nines flight. This was tested during Katori nines approach where video taken by a camera attached to the craft's propulsion module was broadcast in real time on board, the space station via a wireless data link the technology tested by wild will enable ISS cruise to monitor approaching vehicles during an autonomous docking. This was the first time to spacecraft communicated using w LAN during a rendezvous. On May twenty second at seven thirty one am ut see Russian. Armed Forces launched a Soyuz two one B rocket with the cosmos, two five four six mission. This was a military mission. So details are a little scarce. Here's what we do know. The payload was the Tundra Fourteen L. satellite that will be used for an early warning system, replacing the aging US K. and US Komo constellations. This is the fourth satellite and the newer. Tundra Constellation. The satellite was placed and ammonia orbit, which is a highly. The satellite was placed in a Molnia orbit, which is highly elliptical and highly inclined. When I say elliptical I. Don't mean a tiny bit. egg-shaped were straight into severely stretch territory with altitudes ranging from six hundred to nearly forty thousand kilometers above earth. At that long oval of an orbit and place it at sixty three degree angle relative to Earth's equator, and you get the highly inclined orbit. The what's the purpose of this orbit? Thanks to orbital mechanics. Ammonia orbit is uniquely suited to providing useful satellite coverage for earth, observation and communication services needed by ground terminals operating in high northern latitudes. Those areas are not easily serviceable from satellites in the typical geosynchronous orbits over the equator. Because any antenna you're using would be pointing at such a low angle that a small hill could easily block the path of the signal. And even though polar orbiting satellites can reach these same latitudes, they only have coverage of any given spot for several minutes at a time. The MONJA orbit is inclined in such a way that the desired areas are not only clearly visible. The satellite is pause for a time at its highest point. Thanks to orbital mechanics, which provides several hours of uninterrupted coverage that. L. E. O. AND GAO satellites simply can't
Rio de Janeiro, Botafogo
"Rio de Janeiro is not known for its food. Bossa Nova Jaw dropping coastal views and a year-long party spirit is what the Brazilian city has come to be known for the southern rival of. Some Paolo is Brazil's culinary scene is taken seriously in part because that's one of the biggest selling points of the sprawling concrete jungle twelve million city residents. Brazilians will often tell you that the only thing to do in some Paolo is eat but one neighborhood in Rio is becoming a hot spot for new dining experiences offering something more refined ended up to date than the mountains of fried shellfish and basic beach. Snacks Botafogo is an area further up from the emblematic Panama. In Copacabana Strips towards the center of town a nondescript neighborhood famous for its football club than anything worth visiting. You go there to get your car teat pop into the dentist. Visit a great aunt who lives in one of the High Rise apartment blocks today on any given evening. The areas buzzing with young Cariocas Rio Residents. It all began around five years ago spurred by lower rent in the areas more favorable location. Botafogo is a halfway meeting point for the artsy crowd that live up in the hills of Laryngitis Santa Tereza and those who commute from Lebanon and Gavia. What stands out is that butter. Fogel has an experimental confidence that hasn't been seen in the city before with many establishments running a multitude of Functions Cafe Come Delhi Barton Gallery and Art Center. All in one space on offer is a clever mix of traditional hole in the wall bars or tackles that have moved away from selling generic mass produced bid to locally brewed Ales. Let's act alongside laid-back. Restaurants often disused car mechanic shops that have been revamped to offer fresh. Well presented dishes at affordable prices plus a few Michelin Stars topless thrown in restaurant. Last cy helmed by CHEF RAFAEL Costra. Silver is credited with really kicking off the gourmet seen in Botafogo. He's earned mission star since the place opened in two thousand fourteen and sources ingredients from his own garden as well as a plethora of nearby produces in grows. The menu is Brazilian but with a distinctly Basque flavor and lay out small plates. That stunningly presented cost spent several years in the Spanish part of the Basque country before returning to rear further along. The same street is market. You Come Tech. Customers cannot for their tasting menu as part of their dinner service. But there's plenty of space at the bar to just sample cocktail for simpler. Quick Bite. Resto bar KUNA has gained a reputation in Rio for its homemade hamburgers. The line regularly curves passed entrance with Pre Party. Goes opting them. Vegan inspired cats. You Burger all soft. Shell crab in a bomb order. Side of Deep Fried Mushrooms Croquettes said with generous dose of was sobbing mustard. They're delicious humid some nights in Rio plus dancing to their Afro House and Techno Dj sets calls for tip top soft drinks list to quench your thirst. Community subs traditional Matej their own in house. Fizzy drink and ZINGY NUTTAL. Jesus like lemon ginger and hibiscus. The founder Bruno Negron seems to be focusing on creating a culture around food in the area. He helps run a regular market locale community. Let's project gets independent for Jesus together. There's a miserable feeling among cariocas here of wanting to help the poor communities around them with sustainability and a great to social awareness. Shed by many. The onus international restaurants has taken note of the areas new buzz a successful haunt Lapuma over in Panama. Run by a French Jew. Went onto launch CANASTA. Rosenborg last year a wood burning. Fire UP ON TERRACE. Russell's up messy dishes like whole cauliflower drizzled with Sadiki that accompany that wind by the glass list crew is part english-owned a wine bar that specializes in natural and organic bottles
Keith Recker on Color as Narrative
"Guest in the studio is Keith. wrecker who is the author of a new book true colors world masters of natural dyes and Pigments Heike. Hey how are you both pretty good Keith how did you get into color. I have to say it's been a long and winding road I come come from a background of poetry and literature and of course you know when you have that background you have to do something and I ended up having to separate careers. Maybe three three one and big retail as director of home furnishings at Saks fifth avenue gump San Francisco and Bloomingdales Direct Response and another career nonprofit as head of aid artisans As founder of the hand Eye Fund and hand eye magazine and currently as pro bono creative director of the international folk art market based Down Santa Fe and my third career has been in Trenton color forecasting with Panton. WGN A little bit with Stylus of really trying to inject a sense of adventure creativity relevance to their client base. Now when we did our episode where we interviewed Donna. Karen that was was She had part of the international folk art market in the urban store and and we were surrounded by products from that market But she didn't really talk about the interview. Can you tell us a little bit about the international folk art market. Yeah absolutely you were surrounded In the urban zone holiday market by I think it was twenty nine different artists from all over the world mostly textiles in that In that collection and the things ranged from the most amazing handspun Kunia hand-knit by artisans in Argentina And the group. That does these. Things is part of have a biosphere management program in the high dry plains of Argentina where Kunia are an essential part and the Kunas harvested the incan way where the village surrounds the Vicuna. So that there's no sense of panic. They slowly move in until the animals can be sheared It's a really touching story so you have. You were surrounded founded by twenty-five stories with that kind of depth and historic resonance And the folk art market is an annual event in Santa Fe. Happens every July. We bring together between one hundred sixty and one hundred eighty artists from all over the world fifty plus countries and they're bringing the best of what they make from a traditional point of view view sometimes from a personally adventuresome creative point of view sometimes from recycled and cutting edge social point of view. It's a real mix of creativity city that from our us-based experiences seems very out of the mainstream and therefore terribly exciting and motivating they must get a lot of just going to that and and meeting each other and seeing what they all do all around the world you that that must be just such experienced for an artisan who works in the community services that do the same thing and then meeting artisans who do wildly different things from other parts of the global. You've already understood the thing that the artists themselves I liked the best about it. They love exchanging topics with each other. Whether it's how to whether it's Oh my God you should try this. Sometimes they get together and collaborate after the market so somebody shares of an all white Chikan embroidery piece from Lucknow and they send handed off to one of their new friends to be dipped in indigo to be Bandini tie-dyed to to be transformed into something subtly and beautifully different so the exchanges which is really the magic plus the sales a lot of folks walk away from the market with a years worth of income in their pockets based on a twenty two hour event. We sell a around three three point. One two three point. Four million dollars worth of product in twenty one hours and all. The skit paid out Two days later so in five days you go from setup to pay out and reviewed archie. It's an amazing operation. It sounds like a really tight knit community than really so. Is it hard hard to join that community or WHO's finding new artisans for that. It's a very tightly jury. Joe Artists from all around the world apply online pictures and text and their two juries. There's a group of academics from museums around the world. Mostly around the. US who look at it from the point of view is of is this this really rooted in a cultural assets right that we recognize that there's techniques color languages languages motif. Is it routed somehow in community entity heritage and then the second group answers the question. Is this gonNA connect with the market. Does it represent a product. Does it represent a look. Does it represent a price is point and of course is it super beautiful. I mean that's that's the first question that we have to answer before we even proceed to the further analysis so those two groups are responsible. Secure eating something. That really is unique in the world. There's nothing like in the entire world so between that and what you're describing in your the book about being in touch with all these natural colors ways of getting color from the earth from plants a lot of this is about being in touch with what what you're making an and how it's being made and we talk about the supply chain a lot but most people aren't really at the root of their supply. I Chan they don't they don't go back to you. Know Not alive designer. Spent much time in cottonfields looking at different types of cotton as they're growing what the fibers look like in different fields. They get finished product. Kind of textiles What does it do for the world? If if people are more in touch with this I would love to answer your question in a complicated way. Cleans that's what the show is more. I think we need to look at the heritage Jane even as we look at the supply chain If you look back at how how we got where we are today in terms of what we make and how we make it into textiles especially The eighteen fifty six invention of the first synthetic dye. Mo- Oh Wien right by a teenage English chemists Perkins totally by accident. He was working with coal tar to try to find a synthetic Quinine quinine substitute right to treat malaria and the colonial era of of the British empire and he discovered that something that he was making Would dissolve Alvin Water and color rags in really very attractive sharp Purple Reddish purple. That unleashed the willful exploration exploration of using a lot of petrochemicals to substitute what were centuries thousands and thousands of years of heritage so for example the company that became. BASF right the maker of the cassette tapes that some of us are old enough to have fetish started off by making making synthetic indigo and interestingly the synthetic indigo they made did not appeal because they had not really captured that the full charm of indigo go went beyond just the indigo molecule. They had to go backward and realized that. Indie Ruben. A red molecule that would form in the process of indigo dyeing was needed to give the color depth so they had to go back and explore. Why Nature was so much more beautiful than what they were at first capable of making in any case since eighteen fifty six we have lost so much knowledge? If you and I walked down the street today and Looked at what people are wearing down the street and we asked ourselves well. How would you ever get that color? Are we using anything other than a chemical would have zero insight. Chances are right. We've left all that behind so the heritage chain I think has impoverished the richness understanding That we used to have about what comes from our world and how it's made and how valuable it is. We've gotten to a point where we're so distant from our heritage chain that things have the virtue of plastic bags of disposable valueless product after they've faded in the washed twice were done. There's a statistic out there that eighty percent of the clothing we buy ends up in a landfill within one year. And it's because we're so oh distant from people culture heritage skill invention and talent that the things we buy are not worth holding onto so then we go to the supply chain right and there really is in as an extension of this heritage chain a set of material knowledge judge that is still relevant in making textiles. It still relevant in making clothing and it's waiting for us to study at more and to really really incorporated into responsible valuable fashion creation.
Jump Racing Stars Return: Weekend Review
"Tracy hello welcome back to the show. Thank you having me back again. Your debut went condone an absolute storm. So no pressure no pressure no I loved it Alaska and so it's good to be getting back into the national hunt side of it at this time as well Have you been reading out much at Tom Georgia stable and have you any info for us. Yeah yeah that's it. Yeah the form is kicking in now as well broke. Because I mean it's well documented. Isn't it with Tom. Sources that they take take a little bit of warming up for the season but OC big guns are coming out now with at some available in black off. Yeah the WHO is going really well. So it's worth getting early in the mornings as mornings getting the leaker at the minutes are going and see yes bro Policy Hoses now into getting getting sits on the. Yeah as we see the frost in the morning and it's dark when we wake up early in the morning and it's getting during the evenings aren't stretching out like they used to but the great thing about it though is that we get to talk about jumps racing and a man who has so many fingers in in so many different pies and so access to so much information is at the races pundit. Mr Kevin Blake the award nominated Nominated Kevin Blake by the way. And if I said this earlier in the year if you don't win this year it's an absolute disgrace time was. has you sound confident. You're sounding confidence. Speech is better than that. Yeah thanks boy. Simon Rowlands also dominated from the racist dot com and rightly so at the races. Dot Com have got Microsoft for the jumps which Kevin has contributed to so to podcasts favorite. Toni Keenan and many others. There is some gold gold information there so highly. Recommend you check it. It'll come up on the at the races. Main page click into it info gold like therefore you speaking of let's look back at some of the highlights. The weekend we saw Nicky Henderson unleash some of his Cheltenham Festival hopes. There were two big races that to you his young guns running and they won but this a bit of question marks over both of them after their performances I would say. Let's start with Santini. We were recording on Mondays. This was yesterday the Virgin bit future stars into media chase at sandown. He just about beat now McGinty to be fair talk. His jeep brand. No SORTA racing was well back in thirty lengths behind winner if the bet three six five or whatever the hell it's called now Cup At sandown. What what did you make of this performance to start the season for Santini kitschy? Yeah it was. Laborious believes the mean Nicky Henderson came out himself and he's a very strict toolkit very nicky Henderson and he said himself you know he's the first one to say that it was is a bit of a struggle facade teeny and but everyone saw him before one hundred and he was he was pretty big weightwise in the PRELIMS US country down to post and I was in the shooter day so we got the full coverage of him and we had a Ken encore in. He rang up to preview the race. What he'd seen in paddock and he just said some teeny he said he? He is big and so naturally he's GonNa come on. Fritz and Nicky Henderson said himself that he's a really it difficult to gauge way. You all with him and he says he doesn't really do a tapa home so he does always need to run and he does always come among for it but he was just always behind the bridal luckily McGinty gave him the lead. Because I'd save Santini a hot to make his own running essay he would have been an idol out in front probably would have lost a few links at his at his fences so not reasonably. He's not going for the king. George now probably move based on His run in Felton noses lush. Da were finishing the. It's just. He's a big horse. He needs galloping. Track in Camden. I'm doing is just to shop for him. Say Rid of a blessing in disguise from a from that point of view but no we. Didn't he just in seconds. Let's talk about him briefly. I thought he ran blinder. I vote he had a sneaky chance going into it of Sierra Stuart Edmonds usage. You never have any fears. What so ever I? I'm out that they are going to be a shooting to perfect shen for that race. Either master trainer of course in terms of he feeds them to the heavens Today that he makes himself but he trains them really hard. So they're tough. They're always fit but they have a plenty enough energy and enthusiasm in them to go well so he runs on an absolute blind just being behind the bridal early on another one a and Tommy Bryan made really decisive move in just getting him up with the pace Properly make his mind evidence fences and forcing the issue and and baking his fitness toby source Santini country down to post and thought he have the fitness to a retention prevail over him. But he'll go to Welsh national on our which We will have a massive massive chance in that providing Yeah is his jumping still say as well which he had a little bit of an issue last last time Last season one hundred with fresh early on how to get Genieford Huntington very unseated Karen Gatherings at day. So he's an yeah. He's a really nice looking forward but yes I'm teeny is going to have to come on a lot. He's got approved himself. Invest Higher Rankings. So Santini is rory largs idea of the Gold Cup winner will come to my selection who has reappeared hidden very much disappointed already this season but this was his first our start. He's threes on Kev. Are we being overly harsh on Nikki source. Is it just a case of while he's come out in these one or would you look at this. This is a forerunner race. You should've known by further. Yeah and I'm pretty disappointed. SULFITE Very Labor which you wouldn't really expect it's an honor horses seasonal reappearance. They should be more exuberant than normal really under the seasonal return and he was very labor. It needed to be driven away from fences dances relatively early in the race and just made really hard work of hired to put a number on. What now McGinty did in Iran up to himself or was he was he just blow himself Out of his wallet. Because they're a monetary of the rest having raised the Gallup so very disappointing. Look you'd never judge a horse too harshly on on one. Go with again. The next day was if he shapes in in in any way similar fashion. IB reaching for cheek pieces or blinkers curse or something like that. Because I think he shaped like a horse that needed them there and you know. It's it's puzzling Nikki. Seemingly isn't considering the Christmas chasing Jason efforts down for him. If he doesn't want to go to the King George that would be the natural target for I think Nikki is a small bit allergic to go to Ireland anytime buyer the Punchestown unfestive which is Pity because you'd imagine the effort sound would play to his strengths. Why is that though because the the lexus chases aces used to be known? Now the Leopardstown Chris Denman came over for best mate. Came over for it. Pretty sure L.. Best mate got got beaten in it by the infamous for Salmon Salmon. Paul carberry celebration but it is the ideal race for him and yeah look. Nikki is tell them focused. It doesn't like to travel before it and I think that's ultimately it okay. Well let's take a look at some of the other horses reappeared who are second season chasers and this means that we have the opportunity to talk about this yet. The ladbrokes champion chase down royal was won by Roach. Respect is a real funnel podcast favorite mostly. Thanks to Kim Blake Cleanser Soba was well held back in seconds. The King George Winner Alpina so back in third. We'll talk about jockey bookings a little bit later on and then there was Delta work all the way back and forth. Who was my idea of the Gold Cup winner? I was really perplexed by this. Was this In your view Kate a real case of. It's very early in the season. Let's not panic or would you be a little bit worried. The cleanser Soba was beaten so easily the delta work was well held. Maybe we're not giving them respect to Russia respect. Yeah I royer I. I definitely think it's way too early for me to take any sorts of judgement entitled to send in a Kuna cools after the race. I mean it's been well documented over stars who their seasons pools horses will very much needed the Ron and you kind of thought the fact that Kandebow was making the journey over that he might Well have that fitness on his side. He may be a bit more focused on the fact they were going that way but I think he he shaped really well and You know I caridi wouldn't read too much into that and Yeah he's A. I think he's a really nice progressive. Who Still Use Yucca? Plenty enough it gives you everything folks on this end of the season at this stage. Now it's not for me to read too much into
How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?
"It's not often that you look at an animal and think I bet all the goth kids wish they had a chicken like that meet the IM to money the Peter Murphy or Robert Smith Smith or Lydia dates or darth vader chickens. Pick your pop culture reference. All visible parts of this chickens exterior feathers beak tongue comb and talents are black back and it would seem as if darkness should end there but not so it's inky exterior is just a teaser darkness within it turns out the bones organs begins and muscles of the IMG are all black as well which in addition to their rarity explains why these birds are so popular amongst chicken aficionados. They're also dubbed the Lamborghini of poultry because the going price for these guys can range between two hundred dollars for a single egg layer hen and five thousand dollars for a full grown mating pair her native to the Indonesian island of Java. Im Toumani has been used in rituals and kept status pets by the elite for centuries. They were thought thought to have black enchanted blood. The lift curses or heal ailments strangely enough. The blood is one of the only obviously normally pigmented things about these birds aside from there cream colored eggs but when you look at an im money the superstitions around. It's being magical seemed completely rational because this chicken is gorgeous gorgeous in the sunlight. Their plumage matt black like a charcoal briquet. It's cured dozens like a Hubble telescope rendering of Nebula in deep space like looking into the most hypnotic not all covered pedal in the mall parking lot. These chickens are complete knockouts but why what could possibly cause a chicken's flesh and bones to appear to have been pickled in India ink it turns out I am to money is the world's most extreme example of a condition called dermal hyper pigmentation or fiber melanomas three other chicken varieties have this condition to varying degrees the silky Bam tim the Vietnamese Kung and the Swedish sport Kuna and I couldn't find pronunciations on those last two. I hope I didn't butcher them too. Terribly research published in two thousand eleven revealed this genetic condition causes strange behavior in chicken in embryos precursors to Melanin sites which are the cells that produce the pigment Melanin pigment that gives our human hair eyes and skin dark color usually the precursors to Mona sites in chicken embryos wind up in just the skin and eyes of the developing birds but in chickens with fiber melanomas those precursors travel throughout all the tissues of the embryo and what's more they don't shut down the usual stage instead they continue to multiply by creating way more Melania sites than usual which leads to the hyperinflation that we see in these birds once they hatch strangely enough scientists believed the mutation that leads to fiber melanomas and chickens is so unusual that it most likely happened only once in a single bird that lived thousands of years ago. No one knows how gene transfer I the globe from one jet black bird but Marco Polo wrote in twelve ninety eight about black boned chickens while he was traveling in Asia so the gene probably made its way around the world via trade routes interestingly even though the flesh I am. Toumani looks strange. It reportedly tastes just like chicken.
Electric vehicles are getting noisier, for safety's sake
"The electric vehicles lack roaring engines. What should they on lake instead from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying hang the digital economy. I'm kim in for molly would <music> one of the strangest things to get used to about electric vehicles. It's out eerily quiet. They are it. It makes you realize how much we associate engine noise with driving that lack of sound can be problematic even deadly think about the visually impaired or anyone one blandly oblivious to vehicles because we're tearing at our smartphones in the european union. New models of electric vehicles will now have to make some kind of noise out of these safety fifty concerns. Some carmakers have already been doing that and they're taking it as an opportunity to craft signature sounds chris. Valance is a reporter for the bbc b._b._c. He reported on the designers need to think about when making that new car sound so i suppose the number one consideration is that this tells you something is coming that there is a car on its way but then within that of course you know like everything in a car manufacturer from i guests the cup holders to the keys as a kind of chance to say something about the brand so few manufacturers have been doing this for awhile ahead of rules that are going to require roll new electric models in europe to have one of these what they called acoustic vehicle alert system. I wanna visited jank. You're which is calm armani factory with the long roots in the u._k. Because they'd already put one of these systems in their new electric s._u._v. the jaguar apace and we actually have have the sound of the i._p._c. collected it. You know that sound has gone through a pretty lengthy development process before it hit those interestingly. The sound design process starts really before the visuals of the car. Finally i said jaguars so they start with kind of like mood boards boards and then they sort of try out the sounds now i think one of the initial sounds they came up with was a sort of flying sources sound and that was sort of problematic because <hes> they said that people wouldn't look at the roads that we sort of looking at the sky because you know what does a flying saucer so try the sounds <hes> some were they felt were a little little bit too futuristic like this synthetic engine sound <music> rather sounds that are sort of layers is they then build up the the finish sound from so. I rather like this which i thought was a bit like the deck of the star destroyer <music> but they want something a bit more. They thought it was a bit more positive so let's say let's say the st engineering planning falcon. We're talking about changing the very the sound of a busy street why not just try to replicate the sound of a moving car. You know we we recognize well. I think for the bronze i it's it's sort of an opportunity to to really make a statement about their vehicle. They are kind of designing away the future sound of the streets and that certainly concern for the designers jaguar. I mean they. They played me a mock up there and made of water a whole street full of their new i of their r._e._i. Pace cars would sound like we can. We can hear a little bit of concern. There actually actually was that you know the internal combustion sounds. They blend quite well. I mean you can argue about that but you know we used to. The noise that lots of internal combustion engines never very concerned that the sounds of their cash as well and they played me what it would sound like if you got it completely wrong. It's it's pretty annoying really so. It's dentist's drill isn't it. I mean not serve like are there any rules or regulations limiting. The sounds like cars are we'll be able to make yes there. Are there lots of rules and regulations. They talk about you know. The restrictions on frequent says they specifically sort of rule allowed some kind of sounds like a memory serves. I think you mentioned the random sounds like waterfall sounds. You know it can't just be anything. I mean you're not going to get the hamster dance up from gaza anytime soon chris valance reports for the bbc he says it's easy to fred about all these annoying sounds filling streets gapes but the designers in car makers say the future of our roads with more e._v.'s and they're fake sounds will not only be safer but actually quieter than today and now for some related links if you really value peace and quiet. You may be glad to learn that b._m._w. Is finishing up a program to install a hundred e._v. Charging stations at or near national parks it helps address the problem of e._v. Charging being too concentrated in in certain areas but absent from remote places need proof that car makers are really investing in sound b._m._w. Is partnering with hans zimmer. You know that film composer behind movies like inception anyway. He's composing the sounds for b._m._w. Iconic sounds electric. The company is sound brand. Techcrunch has more on the partnership and there's a video featuring the sound. He designed for one of their concept cars. The video is appropriately weird and korean automaker. Sunday is the first to release a mass market electric vehicle in india. Bloomberg says the kuna s._u._v. will start right retailing for two point five million rupees there. That's about thirty six thousand dollars up to this point. India has been the last major market without a real all electric trich vehicle for everyday consumers the government there is making a push to reduce pollution that plagues the country. I'm jed kim and that's marketplace okay. This is a p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by inner calm intercom. 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Dissecting the 2019 Version of 'The Lion King'
"Are here to talk about the twenty thousand nine hundred film the Lion King which is also one thousand nine hundred four film called the Lion King. This is a photo realistic digitally animated reimagining though not quite so creatively reimagined version of the lion king which is of course one of the Canonical Disney new golden teenage classics that has been remade in this series of remakes and boy. There are a lot of things to say about this film. They're not a lot of things to say about. The plot of this film because the plot is exactly the same as the original yes for the most part but Amanda. Let's start this conversation by talking about one thousand nine hundred four wow take take me back to Amanda Dobbins in one thousand nine hundred four entering a movie theater and experiencing the lion king so I would have been nine years old at the time of the release police and I'm trying to remember. I don't remember this actual theater day experience because again I was nine I don't know what are you going to say children children but I have probably seen seen this movie after the fact as much as any other Disney movie that I've seen and I think this soundtrack definitely became a part of my life. We have spent a lot of time on this five guys talking about how much I love Elton. John and I think this was my entry way into Elton on John. <hes> so I the music and those opening notes you make me emotional every single time and I think I'm trying to remember we were talking I went to they were released the lion king the nineteen ninety-four Lion King about ten years. There's an I actually went to see that in theaters which is strained. It's not something I normally do. I don't go in for that type of nostalgia usually but this became the central Disney tax for Amihai for a lot of other people in my generation I think because it's not about princess and it's not about a boy either I mean obviously there are male and female lions but it's just about animals. I think it's about more than just a love story which which is great it brings in a larger audience and I think probably both in terms of story musical achievement. I think it's the peak of the new golden era of Disney I would agree with you and I think that that has evolved over time. This up in this movie was obviously massive box office success. Yes it was later adapted Julie Taymor into a very successful Broadway adaptation. This new version is directed by Jon favreau. Who is one of the I think one of the signature blockbuster film makers of his era so you know this meaningful the movie the original movie was nominated for the two Academy Awards which actually feels quite low in retrospect this is before there was a best animated feature category was not needed for best original score and best original song for can you feel the love tonight? I definitely saw the lion king three or four times in the movie theater really and I was I think I was eleven when the film was released so maybe a little old but I also I think I was very I think Aladdin ensnared me and I got very excited about people like Robin Williams and so the <unk> Immonen Puma aspect the movie. I've done very appealing. I was not quite aware of the Shakespearean hamlet intonations or the biblical Joseph and Moses Story but at the same time I think that this movie is pitched a little older than say Aladdin for that the reason because there are those generational and canonical overtones in it's about fathers and sons and family what we leave behind and responsibility and larger issues. There's there are no oh princesses in this movie which I think is one of the other things to that is significantly different from so many of the classic Canonical Disney movies that we talk about this isn't Cinderella. This isn't sleeping beauty. This isn't even Aladdin in that respect. It's a very male movie. All of the main characters are very male and I wonder if as a kid I I was responding to that unconsciously somehow. I'm sure you were. I think it is also somehow it is very male but somehow feels like less masculine that a lot of I have been handed a lot of male focus. I've caught her throughout my life and especially as a kid and I do think that this opened up a little bit more than it is. Also there are female characters. Nala is not as developed as you might right like but at the end of the other lions you know they're lions can see yourself if you're going to see yourself in an animal. You're going to see yourself in an animal. There's kind of less gender stuff to work with. I'm glad we agree that. This is the peak of the Disney neo golden era the decision to remake. This movie is complex on the one hand. If you listen to our episode about alive and you know that there is really one reason why they're doing this which is money. These movies are making a lot of money. These live action remakes. Some of them are more successful than others. Yes I think Dumbo came out earlier this year and has already been forgotten. That was not very successful these from financial perspective I think creatively there's kind of some cool things in dumbo happening. It's Tim Burton applying his Tim burntness to the Disneyworld which is kind of a kick unto itself. We may look back on in ten years ago. That was interesting. I found beating the beast for example to be utterly dull and pointless and I thought Aladdin was strange and a little bit unnerving and a little bit sexual and why why are the only person person who's like let the genie have his life. Why not I want to be a human? That's part of being a human. Let's make this a sex positive podcast. Okay thank you. The Lion King is different from those movies. Those movies star the sex in this movie. There's there's has no sex in this movie and there's no humans in this movie at all and all those other movies all of these other live action remake Cinderella Kenneth Branagh Cinderella Stars a human being Willy James. The Lion King is completely digitally animated and there are some brilliant people I think chief among them Rob Llegado who is the sort of digital overseer of this whole film the person who has conceived a lot of this new has worked on a great many films Steven Spielberg and Maureen Scorsese in his widely considered one of the premier digital architects of the modern era of movies but there's something you know the the phrase the Uncanny valley has been used frequently in aggressive reviews of this movie because Sedna Valley and there's something unnerving about looking at real life photo realistic ish lions <hes> talking and singing and nuzzling and conquering <hes> the actual physical Ram like manifestation of this movie. How did you feel about it? I think I'm the only person who is really pro. I honestly it's like a nature documentary with Elton John Songs. I'm not mad. I do think I turn to you within ten minutes of this movie starting and was like we should be high right now. We shouldn't in a band because it was a professional experience in the middle of the day and it's important to have boundaries kids in that theater yes exactly so we made the right responsible decision but in terms of the attitude with which I would enjoy seeing this movie I thought it looked looked amazing and I I really do think that as a technical and visual achievement it's beautiful and there and I wanna say two things about that. One is in terms of the it's. It's competition and comparing it with all of the other effects that we have seen. I find it so strange that people don't seem to like this because we have sat through so much true visual garbage in the last two three five years so many blockbuster movies that we see look like trash and their garbled and there's so much C._G._i.. And that's I mean that is certainly true. I think of Superhero movies which I just have stopped taking into account visually because I've just give it up but also a lot of now that we're using more C._G._i.. And Action Movies and honestly just for location stuff so much stuff looks really bad all the time and you can tell that it's fake and I saw that this looked beautiful. I agree with you to an extent. I think that if you look at a lot of the early reviews of the film what you'll see is this kind of phrasing the lion king is an extraordinary breakthrough comma but and the but what is this is creatively dead end and I think you're what your feelings are. I remember this kind of conversation around Avatar. It feels very similar to the one that you're having right Avatar. which is that habit to see Avatar in theaters? I don't know if you saw it in theaters. I assume you did okay you like most humans saw. There is a blizzard in New York and I'd better my house for today's and I gotta go right so Avatar. I remember being completely blown away. I it was a very similar situation where I was not really thinking terribly hard about the world that James Cameron had created but I was inside side of the world and it's sort of movie that when you watch on television does not stand up in quite the same way but it has this ability to surround you an envelope you in what it has created which is from whole cloth the line this lion king. I think is somewhat similar. The problem is we know where the movies going the whole time and so if you are not stoned and you can't fully just appreciate the digital presentation it feels like you're on a road to nowhere and end. I like the I like the story of the Lion King a lot and there are things about this version of the lion king that I think are interesting in well done but I couldn't just help but feel like they stretched out something that I didn't need this moves thirty minutes longer longer than the original film I would say that the voice performances some of which are good most of which are less good than the original which is not what you want true they meet an interesting trace to <hes> interesting choice but I understand how it happens they spent all of their time on the visuals <hes> and it looks spectacular and they did not update this script they they seem to have extended the story little and I think they spent a lot of extra time. Is the the Hyena seen in the chase scenes. Which I think are pretty scary? Yes and I'm curious to see how kids handle they're going to be tougher for your old. I mean that was a little scary in the cartoon yeah because I mean and that's dealing with parent death and real serious stuff but this genuinely mainly frightening an immersive and so I thought that was a great achievement and I think that's where the time goes but they didn't update the actual scripts like there are still lines being said that were written for a children's cartoon soon version of these people and there is a difference between a an what if if is the non pejorative way of saying children's cartoon well how would you you're well but I'm trying to distinguish kind of the nineteen ninety four animation from the new enemy that is something that I wanna talk about a little later in this show but but there is a difference in presentation and style and it's two different types of art and they both require skill and artistry but you expect to different things to come out of the mouths of the nineteen ninety-four Lion and the photo realistic two thousand nine hundred nine no doubt the original film you go back and we watch it and last week on the Internet there was a twitter account that very predictably did a side by side of the ninety four version of the Lion King <hes>. I believe it was the performance of a Kuna Matata. I can't recall specifically which song it was. I think it was gonna Matata and then the new version of accoutrements auto and what you see in the animated version is this almost busby Berkeley. Ask musical execution. The characters are like whirling dervishes. They're doing flips. They're swinging from vines. They're not just walking through the jungle and in the new Kuna Matata it's just a warthog and Amir cat and a lion walking singing and that is just less visually dynamic and it's more difficult to do this sort of photo realistic digital animation that they've done but it's not as fun and the original Lion King is really fun and there's something intellectually absent from this in a way. It's like the in an attempt to be more real. They have lost sight of what was ultimately truly great about the movie. I think that is that is where my head is. I I think that's true. I don't think that this movie like does it to borrow sports metaphor that I barely understand like carried the baller cross the goal line if he will done that state football yes right they don't they don't get there but I I also watched that clip of the side by side and my first thought was wow I nine and was really young and I was at child when I saw this movie and this is a movie it is it does have childlike wonder and what I responded to in this New Lion King and you and I had this conversation after we saw it is it's like it's a different type of imagination. I mean here's my thing what if lions could talk that would be cool as shit if like lions could actually talk and you could just watch them have an actual shakespearian drama and it's not even amber narrating narrating it it's them actually talking and it looked as and it was real life and it looked beautiful and it was shot beautifully as this is that is more exciting to that type of imagination is more exciting to me than total made up worlds ads and total out of nothing fantasy things I just did the things were spinning reality and suddenly it's like these majestic creatures could speak to you. I I find that really exciting and I liked that approach to this movie i. I don't think they leaned into it fully enough. I'm going to ask you unanswerable question. Let's say that there was a movie in Twenty nineteen called the Lion King <hes> that was written designed executed in exactly the same way but the nineteen ninety-four version of the lion king did not exist and this was the first time you're seeing this movie <hes> this story. Do you think you would like it well because you typically do not like quote. Unquote Animated Films Right I. I don't like things that are for children because I'm a grownup and I know that that's like really hard for you to here. It's just unnecessarily. It's just it's just I'll bet you asked me unanswerable Kushner and I'm trying to be very honest if if I could sense and this movie so for children <hes> you know and so much of this stuff where they didn't make it they made it pretty scary but then they're still kind of the goofy numbers and they don't explore a lot of a lot. AWW questions number one. There's no sex had a lot of questions about like the demographics of a Lion Pride yes you there. There are larger political issues that they kind of leave on the table because you got it just like have a a little lion singing a song about you. You know I just can't wait to which I by the way have memorized and I just forgot the title there
Swanson, Freeman go back-to-back as Braves beat Giants 9-2
"Asking, I'm going to take you to the next couple hours talking. Giants baseball talking about this game tonight in which the giants lost nine two two nine run seven hit Ciro runs. Sarah errors for the Atlanta Braves too runs six hits one era for the giants Atlanta, Braves winning their twenty seventh game while the giants lost their twenty seven game tough night. Some margin came out pitch beautifully in the first inning. And mostly all his woes in the last couple of starts was in the first inning. You have a hit, but he thought he threw the ball real well and then the second thing that just didn't start off. Right. He went. See when three oh Austin Riley, and then he got a walk from him. He battled back mechanically strikes out and then the ball back to him in which the shift was on longoria was playing more shortstop and no one covers second base. And of course, he threw it, and no one was there. So it kind of screwed up that whole inning and ended up Joyce getting a base hit. And then the pitcher freed ended up getting a ground ball another run. But then it really bottomed out. He struck out Kuna and the pitch was a split finger kind of touched the front of the plate bounce Stover Posey for awhile pitch. And then a home run ball, Swanson and Freeman and literally that was the whole game. And it really came down to a plane which they had to shift on most of the time. Pitchers will look back and know what guys covering the bag and I just don't remember him doing it. Usually see the pitcher point to the guy that's covering then see that. And I don't know. That was a screw up or the shift kinda turned on him after he went to the stretch, but that cost them and mental mistake again. And the giants couldn't catch up, of course. Holland comes in and seventh inning he bottomed out. But again another mental mistake, there Crawford could've turned a double play Salona was lake covering a bag and it only got one out. And of course another home run by a Riley at really opened a game up and, and that pretty much cost them the game with nine runs. So tough game a tough night. But another outstanding pitcher in this young Braves bulbous starting rotation max freed and the bullpen was lights out after that was sore sec Winkler and Tomlin. And they just couldn't catch up too much of a hole in what the giants bats as they are right now. Of free just dynamic game. A young left handed pitcher, threw the ball real. Well, six innings. Four hits only gave up two earned runs. Two walks five ks but going into the last couple of starts that he threw threw very well against Milwaukee six innings to hits northern runs and got the win on that game. And then against Arizona, he went five innings nine hits, three earned runs got the win, and that, so that's three win straight for max free. And that was his seventh win on the year. So they land of race command, take the two out of three and one more game tomorrow, Madison. Bumgarner taken the hill at twelve forty five start Kevin gauze men against him. And Madison's been throwing the ball extremely well, but a lot of powerful right hand hitters in this lineup. The Braves have and just a tough night at the ballpark after the second inning. When you look at some Marga what he did after that second. Any really calm down just through. The ball extremely well after that. He went six innings only giving up for hits two of them were home runs all runs were unearned as the Arabic cost that and it could have been an easy, an ending, right there. He's the kind of double play ball and who knows what would have happened these things happen in a game. And it happened so quickly. And the next thing back to back home runs. And you saw his eyes look out to center field, and he was confused. He he was upset, but coming back after that second and third inning at a nice clean inning for thinning and he pitched well after that, but the damage was done. And when you fall behind like that it's tough to tough to catch up and freed or is this one of the top pitchers? We saw sirocco throw on Monday and these two guys are lights out young talent on the Braves, and you're seeing this come to fashion, as we see the Braves and the Braves are, are definitely battling every day. And the key is, is. The C you know how much they can do damage when they're in the east chasing Philadelphia right now. They're only game and a half out something to look at as the Atlanta Braves of filter through San Francisco right now. And, and watch them. See if they have enough strength to
Ellen and Portia Encountered Shark While Paddle Boarding
"There are these little tiny baby leopard sharks that are really close to the shore, and you can tell the leopard sharks because they have little skin covered leopard-print and. It's what happens when you cross a shark with a New Jersey housewife what happened. So leopard sharks are dangerous to humans. They eat little fish and things, but but here's a tidbit that I found out when I told someone that we are seeing leopard sharks leopard sharks. Great whites. Yeah. That's why they're there for the great whites. And. They said on the news the other day that this year there are more sharks in the southern California than ever before. Yeah. And there's a scientific reason for that. You see there used to be less? And now, there's more. Last year someone spotted two eight foot great whites out in front of our house. And now they're back and grown, and there are ten foot sharks out near our house. And it's a little scary because Porsche paddle boards every single day out in the ocean. And I keep meaning to tell her about the great white. But apparently great whites won't attack until they're adults as long as they're under twelve feet. That's when they become adults. They're juveniles when their ten feet, but who's out there measuring with the tape measure? Hold on. I don't know. I need to know if you're gonna eat me. You keep biting me. I can't measure you properly. I haven't seen the sharks. But I did. It's amazing living right there on the beach because you see so much wildlife. The other day, I was walking on the beach, and I saw a seal and the so Ashton meal a live on the same beach, and I was walking toward their house. And then there was a little baby seal up on the beach, and it looked hungry. And I was worried about it. And I asked what was wrong, and it it's lips were sealed. So. Anyway, we call the marine wildlife rescue, and some neighbors, we all took turns because are dogs out there, and we were botching it and keeping all the dogs away. And it was trying to throw sand on its back with his little hands. They held little hands and head this door little face little nose and kept looking at me like knew who I was just kept staring at me, and it was talking about working on that seventy show and doing movies with Kristen bell. Now that I think about it that could've been meal Kuna said. It may have been she was tiny like that like meal is anyway, I checked in the morning, and the seal was gone and the cutest thing you want to see a photo. Oh, take one. I wanted to. I knew you'd want to I thought I'd ask anyway. But yeah, should've taken one that would have been a better story to have a photo.
Braves, Atlanta And Kuna discussed on The MLB Show
"The kunia, obviously, wonderful young Braves player. He's just won the rookie of the year award. He's going to be a cornerstone of the Braves franchise for years to come in today. It came out that he's going to be a cornerstone for even longer than that because he signed well, I guess a seven year extension. It's being reported as eight years, even though the first is the twenty nine thousand nine season with two club options on the end. And even if both of those club options are exercised this will amount to just one hundred twenty. Four million dollars for almost the next decade of a kunia, which seems like the biggest swindle steal, whatever. Synonym? You wanna use to show that basically kunia is going to be incredibly underpaid for the next decade Ivan seat like you, usually don't see people get absolutely destroyed in Atlanta like this and less the federal grand armies involved. I was I went into this with an open mind because so far from free agencies. I mean, he's frankly, so far from arbitration that you wouldn't you can't like look at the I mean, it's essentially seven year one hundred million dollar deal. You can't look at that. And think, wow, you know, he's only making what is at thirteen million dollars a year fourteen million. And and judge that against free agent salaries. But then you look at the like the two extension deal or to extension years or or seventeen million dollars each like what like if he's going to be worth going to be worth exercising? Those options. In his thirties. Like one old be the going rate for a superstar by that point. I can't I dunno. It's it just seems. I you call it a swindle. I think that's that's not a bad way to describe it. I mean, the Braves just completely put one over on him and Kuna, I think it's important to note is in this position because he was not a super highly touted prospect when he signed at Venezuela with Atlanta as a youngster he wasn't one of those guys who made, you know, five million dollars on the free agent market. I think it was watch us one hundred thousand hundred thousand he made and he was held down by Atlanta for the first month last year. So he's going to hit free agency a year later than he otherwise would have he's making the league minimum this year next year. So he's not really going to have the chance at getting paid for a few years anyway. So you can sort of understand why he would want to lock up the security because if he suffers a career threatening injury tomorrow, then he's. Not going to have the sort of financial security to fall back on that players who came from more means will have.
Israeli Scientists Predict Cure for Cancer Within a Year
"For big pharma. We just this past week and participated in the race for the cure for this would treat all now. What is this motto is apparently a multi target toxin? And so what the scientists say that it's exceleron evolution biotechnologies advanced as you're it'll be effective from day one. So when you diagnose you start on it, it doesn't take very long for the treatment, and the cost of the treatment is less than what we pay now for like, you know, whatever we're using radiation, and she moved smell and all that could be the biggest medical news of all time humongous. Maybe if it I talked to you about my dad was stage four cancer, and he's been alive now for like three and a half years because of these pills, but he was only like one of one percent who responded, and my brothers always said there's going to be a cure for cancer within five years. He said the problem is finding something universal. Different right now. Here's the Israelis come to the table. That's grads. Incredible. It is incredible. Jimmy Carter's cancer was metastatic spread so and that's even harder to to try to get a handle. But this says the cancer cells are killed and the patient could stop treatment within weeks. That's incredible. It's motto attacked ho puck Kuna motto. It means. No cancer. Right here on over there. So it's up at the website. If you WTO dot com, if you're going what does she say? That's amazing dad
Michael Flynn asks judge to let him avoid prison
"Unclear. The salient was on a police watchlist flagged as Patel. Essentially radicalized Strasbourg came to the European Union's parliament remained on down overnight and residents have been warned to stay vigilant. France's interior ministry says police had attempted and failed to arrest. The gunman earlier on Tuesday for an attempted murder. And that this may have triggered the attack for NPR news. I miss me Nicholson in Berlin. You're listening to NPR news. There's been a moderate earthquake in Tennessee this morning. The US Geological Survey says the tremors magnitude was four point four, and it was centered in eastern, Tennessee. It could be felt in Atlanta. The first quake was followed. A few minutes later by three point three magnitude aftershock, the final version of Congress's farm. Bill is out and it legalizes industrial hemp harvest public media's Esther honing explains that will bring stability to farmers and states that are already growing the crop thirty nine states already allow for the cultivation of hemp, and there's currently more than twenty five thousand acres devoted to the crop. In the US federal legalization is a boon for producers of CBD oil, which is derived from hemp and used from additional purposes, Kristen Kuna gross hemp in Colorado and says federal legalization gives her and her husband the confidence to invest in their farm. We just feel a little bit safer that we are going into a legitimate business. And there is going gonna be room to grow and to do what we've always been wanting to do the farm Bill would allow each state to oversee local hemp cultivation for NPR news. I'm Esther Hoenig in Greeley, Colorado. A Canadian court has granted bail to Chinese business executive mung Joe of ten million dollars. She and her company while we technologies are suspected of selling equipment to Iran in violation of US sanctions American. Authorities would like to have her extradited to the US separately an international think tank reports one of its officials a former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include L, D, entertainment and roadside attractions with Banus back starring Julia Roberts as a mother whose son unexpectedly returns home Christmas. Also with Lucas hedges. Now in select theaters expands December fourteenth. Steve Inskeep is going to speak with Trump supporter. Chris Buskirk Buskirk runs. The conservative publication American greatness. And the conversation will be about President Trump possibly being linked to a film of campaign finance violations that story just ahead on morning edition also had an Alabama policeman. As you may know recently killed a young black man is he ran away from shooting in a mall. The was legally armed but police figuring out who the quote, unquote, good guy is in chaotic situations can be difficult. A closer look is coming up on morning edition.
Five Marines missing after two U.S. aircraft collide, crash into sea off Japan
"Missing at sea took off in two aircraft from Marine Corps air station. It will Kuna you were keen CUNY, rather, the US Marine Corps says they were on. A routine training mission round two AM local time there today when they collided mid air. It was an F eighteen fighter jet ended a KC one thirty aerial refueling tanker. There were seven service members involved two marines have since been found. One is hospitalized in stable condition. Back on McKinney. And the other was brought aboard a Japanese defense vessel. A no word yet on that marines medical condition. We'll check WGN sports here with David is sponsored by northwestern basketball. Chicago's big ten team.