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"lalita" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"I'm so as Ted Lee, you're listening to one a so Lolita has been free to use so far, but earlier this month, OpenAI, which is a different similar but different brand announced a premium membership subscription that cuts going to cost about $20 a month. I wonder if you have concerns about equity issues when it comes to the expansion of AI in the classroom. Yeah, certainly. And we want, you know, just to kind of build them a PSA that we want all students to be part of building that future. We want students who go to school to be prepared to not only graduate school. High school and college, but solve the problems that haven't yet been discovered. And I think moving to a subscription model, sort of predictable, you know? But we also know with varying results. Other companies are working on other organizations are working on their own chat chat bots and AI tools. So I'm hopeful that as more people get involved and feel invested. And I think that to me is even as there's been so much fear. The fact that so many people are engaged is a hopeful sign to me. And I think we have a chance to do a few things as people using these tools. And one is, I think, to be part of the conversation around things like how are how are these, yes, we have chat bot detectors that's great to hear that that's being built. But some people have said, you know, should we be citing AI generated text? Should we be referencing it or naming it in some way? So it becomes normalized and not sensationalized. I think it gives us a way to really open up the conversation even more about media literacy and critical literacy that scholars and teachers have been doing for a long time. I think the two other points I wanted to make about this because I think we want more people to use these tools because we want to demystify them. And we want the tools to be more responsible. The makers of these tools. And that is to continue the teaching and learning relationships that I think all of your guests have talked about really addressing those because that also can feed or diminish equity and access to education opportunities. And the last thing is we want and I think I say we as an education community but also as an educated community, we want people to ask better questions. We want students to really dive into their inquiries. We want teachers to deepen their inquiries and I think only good things can come from people asking better questions more questions. And I think that's what both from an ethical perspective in terms of who has access, but also from how we use these tools, that's what's going to help us, I think, shape and agitate in productive ways. Yeah. You know, I wonder PL because it perhaps the solution is using the Sal Khan method Sal Khan of the Khan Academy where you do the lectures at home and do the homework in class. Jeff emails us, maybe English teacher should have all essays done in class I have long hated the idea of assigned homework. It's not necessary. Do you think something like chat GPT is going to reopen that long-standing debate about homework? Oh, absolutely. I think that it will definitely sort of explode our notions of what is the best use of time in class and what is the best use of learning time outside of class. So I think to go back to what Daniel said earlier, something that I have been seeing teachers experiment more with is just switching up that format of multi modal learning is the better use of time and class writing or demonstrating learning in other ways outside of writing, having a dialog drawing you picture about something that they've been reading in class, so I definitely think there's room for more creativity there. We have only about 30 seconds left, but I wondered, do you expect reporters and journalists to start using chat GPT to write up their stories when they're on deadline? Don't tell my editor any of this. No, but I'm joking. I didn't say you. I just said people. I think that that's something that every newsroom will have to navigate on the road where starting out conversations at wired about it, but that's I think that remains to be seen and will be developed newsroom by newsroom. Interesting. That is a PSR, senior digital producer with wired and lalita vaso davin, is a Professor of technology and education at Columbia University's teacher college. She is also the college's vice dean for digital innovation. Thank you so much for joining us today. Norma tweets, I'm the founding director of Hispanics for stem and association of parents dedicated to the promotion of stem and computer science among Hispanic students in Northern Virginia. I'm recommending the use of chat GPT to learn English. We continue this series know it all one a and wired's guide to AI tomorrow, with a conversation about artificial intelligence
"lalita" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"She's a professor at Columbia University's teacher college and also pierce. She's a senior digital producer for wired magazine coming up with meet a teacher who fears AI could bring an end to high school English as we know it. AI can write essays, it can make music, or at least remix it. What you're hearing is an AI generated remix of the one a theme song? Oh, it's not. But that's coming. You'll hear it. I'm Celeste hedley. This is one a. I'm not an AI, by the way. I'm at WU and NPR. I'm Celeste hedley. This is one a and we're discussing artificial intelligence and education. I'm joined by lalita vaso David. She's a professor at Columbia University's teacher college and also with me is pierce eris. She's a senior digital producer at wired. And let's bring a new voice into the conversation. Daniel Herman is a teacher at mamic high school in Berkeley, California. He wrote an essay for the Atlantic magazine called the end of high school English. Daniel, good to have you with us. Good morning. Thank you for having me. And we would love to hear from you as well. Jack tweets us this college professor here. I checked an essay recently using three different AI detectors, one showed the essay almost entirely written by AI, another showed 42% by AI the third none all human written. How can we trust the detectors? And we'll be talking about that with the guy who built one of those detectors. But we would love to hear from all of you if you are a parent teacher student, how is AI showing up at your school, you can send us an email at WAM U dot org. So Daniel, when did you first start experimenting with Chet, GPT, which only came out in November, but still, when did you start? Yeah, it was, I guess, in early December, I started seeing things show up on my Twitter feed. A lot of people did, I think, you know, rewrite famous Hamlet soliloquy reason in the voice of Donald Trump. That sort of thing. And I made an account, and of course, the very first thing I did was start plugging in prompts for assignments that I give my students and I'll never forget that moment, my heart started racing and I really couldn't believe what I was what I was seeing up here on my screen pretty much instantaneously. Because it was so close to what you read from students. Oh yeah, totally. And you know, I think for the past few decades, it's been a bit of an arms race for teachers to craft assignments that are what I would call unhackable and it immediately became clear that the definition of what unhackable meant had changed irreverent, irrevocably. Okay, so let's dig into what you mean by unhackable. One of the assignments you give your students is to write a 12 to 18 page paper. Comparing two of the great literary works. Here is part of a chat GPT essay that compares Homer's epic Odyssey and Dante's inferno. Homer's Odyssey and Dante's inferno are two epic poems that represent important works in the history of literature. Both works explored themes of journey, heroism and human nature, but they also have significant differences in their style content and purpose. One of the most significant differences between the two works is their time periods. Homer's Odyssey was written about 800 BC while Dante's inferno was written in the early 14th century. This temporal difference results in different styles and language use, the Odyssey uses a straightforward narrative style while the inferno is written in a more complex and poetic form featuring metaphors, allegories, and symbolism. So Daniel, would you immediately realize that was written by chat GPT and not one of your students? Yeah, I think so, you know, there's a certain level of idiosyncrasy to any students writing. You know, I listen to your show yesterday. I heard one of your guests say that AI models merely give the average of the data that it's called from. You know, another way to say that is that it delivers the conventions of a form or the standards and norms associated with a task, in this case, correct grammar, syntax, syntax punctuation, which let's be honest is more than we can say for many high school and college students. There's no mistakes in it. That's how you know. But before we get back to our other two guests as well, I want to have you respond to something that pia said and other people are saying. We got this tweet from a listener who says they are a former high school teacher who says teaching has fundamentally failed to keep up with the world a person for the 1950s would find most aspects of society dramatically changed, but a typical high school classroom almost entirely unrecognizable. And PETA said maybe chat GPT is letting teachers know that they're asking the wrong questions. Yeah, a 100%, I'm with pia. I really, honestly, who cares about the green light in Great Gatsby. It's really, you know, we've collectively decided on this very narrow definition of what writing is and what we need students to be able to learn how to do. You know, there's just this certain standard of expository writing or sometimes a narrative essay writing one would never say that a student needs to graduate high school needing to write a sonnet or a short story. But everybody assumes for some reason, you know, this dreaded 5 paragraph essay, but very few of my students are going to become literary scholars. So why would this particular task about the green light to be valued over way more interesting questions about what does it mean to desire something? What does it mean to be excluded? These are all things that The Great Gatsby is offering. And there's a lot of data and research that shows that sort of writing, spontaneous, expressive, reflective writing can actually be really beneficial for students well-being. And I really appreciate what you're the two guests have said about the crisis of teacher mental health, but I really think that we need to also focus on the fact that noting needs to be told that teenagers are not okay and are experiencing their own mental health crisis. And for them to have to focus on the literary background of the Odyssey and inferno, maybe let's throw that away and do something way more useful for them and for the teachers. Jerry disagrees with you one of our listeners says, was the question about the meaning of the green light worth asking? Absolutely. Not all students in a class can handle the deepest questions, some will need lower level questions to help them develop their thinking, and as someone who often employs people, I would love to find people who could really write. But PL, let me put this question to you when researchers tried out chat GPT. They found that the AI client passed the U.S. medical licensing exam. That is what students takes before they become doctors. It also passed the final exam of a core course at the prestigious Wharton business school. So how are we to understand the implications of an AI being able to pass these tests that make someone an MBA or a doctor? That is a great existential question for education.
"lalita" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"At Columbia University's teacher college and we're hearing from you J emails at the university where I work students are asking whether using AI like chat GPT counts as plagiarism, while using AI to do your work for you may be useful in the professional world we need students to write their own papers so they can understand the concepts they need to learn. How do we ensure that AI is being used honestly, lily to do you have a response to Jay's question? I think it's a really valid one. And again, I want to echo a couple of points that PMA in response, and that is truly about how hard teachers work and the level of exhaustion that is prevalent across teachers right now. They've been going sort of nonstop in continually volatile conditions for a few years. And I think the question about plagiarism versus what is this thing? Is Chad GBT and author? Is it a sounding board? Is it an editor? Is it a conversation partner? I think one way to answer that question, I would say, would be to invite teachers into that conversation and students into that conversation. You can easily Google phrases and it'll show you where they appear. Universities and colleges have been using, turn it in for a number of years to address this very thing. But I would err on the side of two points. One is the question around cheating and chat GPT is the tip of the iceberg in terms of what we could potentially see as the value of such a tool for learning. And so chat to cheating obscures the real set of questions that I think we want to move towards. And but that doesn't negate the concerns that teachers have. And then the second question, second point I would just say, really echoes something pia said, and that is, and I'll put a little bit of a spin on it. Not only does it call into question what kinds of assignments, what are we asking students to perform and producing schools, but how are we supporting teachers to ask different types of questions? Interesting. We are talking about AI and chat GPT and we're speaking with lalita Vasa davin.
"lalita" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"Within just two months of its launch last November. It took Instagram two and a half years to reach that number. Users can type in a prompt and quickly get whatever they asked for written by artificial intelligence and it didn't take long for students to give it a try. I teach freshman English at a local university and three of my students turned in chatbot written papers this past week. I spent my entire weekend trying to confirm that there were chat bot written, then trying to figure out I'm going to confront them, how I'm going to turn them in as plagiarists, which is what they are, and how I'm going to penalize their grade. This is not pleasant and it's not a good temptation. These young men's academic careers now hang in the balance because they've been caught cheating. Thanks for that message, Kate. We continue our series today, know it all, one a and wired's guide to AI. We have partnered with the digitally focused news outlet, and today we'll talk about artificial intelligence in the classroom. Later in the hour we'll hear from a student at Princeton University whose peers enthusiastically embraced chat GPT, so he developed an app to detect when AI wrote a piece of text. But first, let's get the basics with PSR. She's a senior digital producer at wired Hai pia. Hi, thanks so much for having me. Great to have you. And Lolita vasudev David, sorry about that Lolita. She's a Professor of technology and education at Columbia University's teacher college also the college's vice dean for digital innovation. Lalita, thanks so much for being with us. Thanks so much for having me on. So it's incredible how much students are already using chat, GPT. How is it appearing in classrooms? That is such a great question. So I guess just a little bit of a background on chachi PT and how it works. I think we'll give us a better understanding of how students have been adopting it. I think what makes chachi PT so distinctive compared to its predecessors is that the interface is more accessible than ever compared to, for example, GPT-3. So truly any one with an Internet access and an email address could theoretically access this tool, which is what we're focused on here in this conversation on education, any child with an email address could easily use this tool. And right now, unfortunately, we are seeing some cases of students who are using chachi PT in the case here in this voicemail for to plagiarize for their papers, but we're also seeing, and this is more the focus of the story that I was working on for wired, some teachers trying to proactively discuss chat GBT and even incorporate it in some of their lessons. Yeah, we got a tweet from Damien, who says, as a professor, I've been devising multiple assignments that are meant to teach students how to use an assess GPT type tools in their work so they can get a hands on understanding of the limitations and implications of the technology. We'll definitely be talking about that today. But lalita Chad GPT itself is quite new, but AI is not new. How long have you been thinking about AI and the ways it might be used or maybe banned in the classroom? Yeah, thank you for that. And I really appreciate what pia just said about just how accessible this particular tool is. But AI has been increasingly creeping into the education sphere for a while now. And, you know, my colleagues and I had teachers college were in the technology and education program have spent a lot of time really thinking about what automation means for various aspects of teaching and I think we collectively take the approach that automation is not about supplanting the role of the educator or the teaching and learning relationship. But when you have districts like New York City who relies on Google Classroom to help support students learning to provide opportunities for students not just to be able to navigate these different tools, but also to create increased access for students for all students enrolled in the district. And this is the question we have around the use of AI technology. So I think people have been using various forms of AI in increased uses of virtual reality, augmented reality to really help kind of build out simulations when other forms of access were not available. We see the use of various AI tools to assist with some basic assessment. Now, there's a spectrum here. We don't want to necessarily outsource everything to artificial intelligence tools. But like pia mentioned, there are teachers who are trying to be thoughtful about how can the existing tools support the kinds of teaching that I'm trying to do in the classroom, which is different when you're talking about assessments or an analysis than it is when you're trying to teach someone how to write, right? So let's explain exactly the difference between, say, plagiarizing Wikipedia, which is quite easy to detect and chat GPT. You spoke with Kelly Gibson, an English teacher who includes The Great Gatsby in her curriculum, and she asks her students to write a 300 word essay on what the green light symbolizes in the great gaps. So Gatsby. So one a producer Chris Remington asked chat GPT to do the assignment form. In F Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby, the green light is a powerful symbol that recurs throughout the story. The green light is first introduced in chapter one as a distant, yet visible Beacon across the water visible from the end of daisy and Tom's dock. The light represents hope dreams and aspirations, but it also has a deeper meaning. The green light represents Gatsby's unattainable dream of being with daisy. Gatsby sees daisy as the epitome of everything he desires and the green light represents his hope of one day winning her over. Gatsby believes that the past can be recreated and that he can relive his former romance with daisy. I mean, that's not brilliant writing but holy cow, that's close. Look, I have a surprising number of friends who are professors and teachers. They're freaked out. They are very concerned that students are just going to submit essays written by chat GPT. Is that a reasonable fear? I think that that is a totally valid first response. And the teacher that I spoke with for this story, Kelly Gibson, that was her response as well. I think that it's important to recognize and validate the experiences and feelings of teachers and professors right now, especially coming out of the tumult that was emergency remote learning in 2020. I think a lot of what I've heard from teachers is not just a direct response to Chad GPT, but just continued exhaustion built up from the shutdowns of March 2020. So I absolutely hear teachers who are feeling fearful or just tired because it wasn't too long ago that technology somewhat similarly upended their lives and their practices. On the other hand, I feel like panic volatility response is a one node alarm bells kind of response and it might be some teacher see it an invitation to instead step back and ask, well, if a chatbot could answer a question like what does the green light symbolize in The Great Gatsby was that a question worth asking my students anyway? Why is it a question? That students that could actually demonstrate understanding. PSR is getting spicy. She's a senior digital producer at wired also with me is lalita vaso davin.
"lalita" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"Stodgy and how horrible league that i think is suffering from a type of fulfilling cancer for for a while now which is interesting the to do with median or minutes. The ball was in play in the top five leaks lalita consistently and finished his bottom of that. So that statistic just basically measures the amount of time. The ball is in play and doesn't average across the league of the games. Lalita is consistent finished. Bottom of that in the top five leaks so much time is wasted in league and the flow of the game is so pork in comparison to primarily football and city of football and of particular so the say of the canary in the mine. Ravaging bossa nova spanish. Football that and pull. The league is in poor health. So yeah that's what. I took away from from a classic A pretty underwhelming classic oba. Yeah we should before as well on the part about the being rebuilding project. That is still exciting. But it is going to take years to come to fruition. I'm remedy to sink waiting for imbaba date night. So yeah that's it happened in alaska this weekend. Fast blow my mind. Point raised about the bullpen. And play when you consider the spanish national team style. The boss salinas style bass insane surely just last average out l. Send you the link. afterwards is taken from. Stop ball muchly. They're breakdown and they've also got the lowest goals per game and top five european two point seven eight which sounds high. But it's it's behind era. Visa bundesliga permit premier league. Premier league story in city are so era era of these as top assyria second. I guess it is top. Because i don't know if everybody's as is a top top league but they have a here on the internet and you watched leaky games. Now is difficult for more on uk tv because of the broadcasting rights shifted so much. Which also i think speaks to the value of the game the so much time wasted still and the way that rests referee came to the permanent other leaks in particular. A lot of the pay's going now they don't do that the recipe typically pernickety. There were not legal. It's really suffering. Yeah can can ask him. How formed is someone who's been often promised of center says the pitch on fire a d. Lock him Yeah i say perform well when the game He's still very much accelerating is consistency. Throughout nineteen minutes. So he has moments of period vigil brilliance and said real signs that but as you said this season she'd been a breakthrough season for him to beginning. How does it go in the champions league. Was it last week or the week before. An individual effort scott's past five shocked pairs or sheriff as i forget who remedied applying and sticks it in the net so he is certainly developing. How remedied hype because if we can remind back eighteen months there was. His pitches benza. Marin the in the half time dressing in a stadium saying you don't pass to finish junior now. I mean they can stop passing to him. Say yeah breaker. Turn around him. Also is quite interested in this game. The barcelona team lined up with satin spanish nationals or even lamaism graduates whereas ramjet had won spanish national. That's another sign of weather teams around and almost like as low as baffler sunk with the loss of and stuff what they seem to have a clearer path to to rebuild whereas rama is lithium by embossed..
"lalita" Discussed on Daily Game News Show
"The nintendo switches a success the playstation five sold an estimated two hundred forty thousand seven hundred seventy seven units to bring its lifetime sales to twelve point forty four million units that xbox series acts s sold one hundred and fifty. Five thousand one hundred seventy two units to bring their lifetime sales to seven point six million units. Everybody's buying unit s- gone off and then they go on and talk about. Mr william dangelo goes on and talk about the rest of the cells looking at sales week on week. Nintendo switch sales are down by over. Twenty one thousand units place jason. Five sales are down by nearly six thousand while xbox series axelle are by nearly eight thousand units. That's probably something to do with the production of the system What's being produced. You know what that's crazy to think that for this time period two hundred and forty thousand seven hundred seventy two thousand seven hundred seventy two. Ps five units were sold one hundred and fifty five thousand eight hundred. Seventy two hundred fifty five thousand one hundred. I don't speak numbers right. Now of the xbox series access were sold. It's crazy to think that in that short time period. September twenty six to october second there were fucking units available somewhere in the world where i can't find him. Where the fuck are they matt wales with your game or dot net reports that. Ea has renewed their contract with v pro talk to pro and let them know that their name is annoying. While the future of ea sports licensing deal with fifa is looking increasingly uncertain. I talked about this a day or two ago. The publisher has announced its renewed. Its contract with v pro to quote deliver the greatest both authentic football video game experience in quote the renewal described only as a quote long term commitment in quote will enable ea to continue using the quote thousands of player names and likenesses in quotes supported by the fifth pro license agreement. And it's football games alongside various official leagues including the uaw yufei you. Efa champions league con mobile libert liberty loop lieber liberte two doors. Anybody that needs to know. I was educated in texas. There you go. I can't pronounce anything beyond a couple of words in english premier league buddhist lita and lalita santa towards times. I even fucking use the wrong words quote. Our players regular regularly remind us that one of the most important aspects of an ea sports experiences the deep immersion created through authentic use of the world's greatest leagues teams talent in quote says e as david jackson and their renewal announcement quote. It's how we continue to. Uniquely blur the lines between the blah blah fucked and block or per doc. Okay it's notable that. Ea refrained from using the fief name to refer to. It's hugely successful football game series throughout the latest announcement especially in light of last week's news that the publisher is currently quote exploring the idea of renaming in quote as long-running fee for series more recently a trademark file lee-ing spotted on their websites of united kingdom intellectual property office in the european union intellectual property. Office i suggested. Ea could be readying to adopt. Could ready to adopt the moniker. Ea sports f c time will tell as for e. afifa twenty two the latest installment as football series. And perhaps the last two sport. That name your gamer slammed. It's morally bankrupt. Monetization at our recent review. I love you. Euro gamer morally bankrupt. Monetization i would say morally bankrupt and i know this is expressing an opinion. I'm supposed to just be spitting out the news. But i would say. Ea is probably morally bankrupt in itself. If you looked at at. I'm just fucking shit. You know all whatever stephanie nunnelee with. Bg twenty four seven reports. That epic finally admits fortnight's imposter mode was inspired by among us. You wanna talk about morally bankrupt. Fortnight's imposter motta was indeed inspired by the popular indie game among us. That games official twitter account has admitted no fucking way. The initial tweet brought to the to attention. The fact fortnight's mode now contains a new role bias feature which allows you to decide between an being an imposter or agent when playing public and private matches the most recent update the version eighteen point two. Oh also added imposters playlist with open voice chat and today's tweet epoch said the mode was quote inspired by the hit among us game in quote and further tweeted it would like to work together with inter sloth on something quote fun in quote sometime. We got our lawyers together. We saw what we could get away with and we kind of the direction we're gonna make. Inter sloth remove fortnight's imposters features. A team of players who must work together to either eliminate everyone or workout. Who's lying you already know among us as what am i doing here. When it was released epa games come out and say the mode was inspired by the inner saw title but enough people notice the similarities. Even the developers of among us noticed back in august. Inner sloth community director victoria. Tran said that the indie studio did not work with epic on the mode. Although it would have liked to looks like things have finally been cleared up though. Maybe a collaboration with new to studios will sooner rather than later that would be good for inner sloth. I would like to see that to be honest. I gotta be positive here. I know this is just common among video game development software development any kind of development computer development technology. People borrow shit all the time. It's such a new. It's such a new field. You know as far as technology in the last thirty forty years. We've rarely it. There's just all kinds of shit going out there. It's pretty bogus though. Epoch should have been like. Hey you know. We were aspired by this and we're coming out with their own moat instead of coming out with this mode and go on being quiet about it. That was kind of a bogus thing. But you know it's one of those things. It's their their gamble on a little bit just a little bit though. Because they're making so much fucking money so much fuck money. It doesn't matter tanner. 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"lalita" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!
"A chance to do another another play episode. That would be something really fun to kind of explore as the drama in the lalita community. Like have you ever heard of the elitists. No oh yes. They're like elite away later girls. Who like oh. Do you have baby socks in accessories would you like. There's these particular labels and like it's all very like and they have these tea parties. The schieber shady there's unfortunately a lot of body shaming and the community. Because you know. A lot of the dresses are done are for the tea. Like sizes But at the same tempers a lot of positive things because a lot of the designers from japan are one particular designer from japan. Publicly came out and was like. I am in all of american Lowly fashion people because they make everything they so it they create it. They are artists. They make patterns and i really respect that as a creator because the japanese sizes are not. They don't do those things. Don't come in american sized. You can order from bodyline which might namedrop the next time. I play yuki which is Which is based out of china And the body line has bigger sizes but everybody here in the united states And i imagine you yuki as japanese-american probably like that's the reason why it was like. Oh she does and she makes her own stuff. Because i i don't really imagine her as like super petite. I imagine her as maybe more athletic And having just sorta make her own stuff and also being maybe a little a little influenced by like violet. Chomsky you know and a little bit of like drag influence in. They're like my characters to be three dimensional. Yeah you know it's so funny thinking about the negative parts of lolita considering like the roots of it. At as far as i understand it listeners. Please free to correct me. If i'm wrong but as far as i understand it. The essence of lalita came from this idea of like. I don't have to be attractive to the so. I'm literally going to dress like a doll. And i'm gonna wear the biggest skirt possible so that you can't get close enough to touch me. That's that is a big aspect of it. there's been several pieces online feminist themes and lolita fashion that kinda combat this other ideal of like sort of the stereotypical patriarchal ideal woman. Because like some of the things that you know lake knowing how to so and cooking dinner and being modest and but then like a lot of people were like wait. A minute like the feminists out there relate that earth involving the community Let's pause and let's really ask them questions. This really examine this because we're talking about a fashion that does not centerman at all. So it's it's like it's sort of like a. It's both things you know because everything is not always as it appears. I like lalita fashion. It's cute. You're the day like and i and i also like historical stuff and it draws a lot of you know the petticoats. And there's a bunch of subcategories to a lot of the stuff that is like inspired that inspires magical. Girl is very sweet. Lalita in terms of the paints pastels Which you keep effort player. He's like i. Don't i don't do i. Don't think so. She wears like blacks with splashes of blue maybe purple. She's like she'll sit down and have a tea party. Maybe dark pank for valentine's all No red velvet red velvet like a deep dark red velvet. Like you know with some hearts roses definite yet..
"lalita" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I had to abide by that. I greatly regret. Dive is not to what we stanley kubrick. Who wasn't an lowly. I i think when i look at the experiences of children young people in business. I'm very lucky because i wasn't exploited at wheel. What very much. Our agent struggles. It might get more money for us. We will love got residual you know. He's a businessman and got was it. But i i. I wish to him very well and Your right he was a kid. It was as my dad. My mom that may be why you all got along. I guess you know one of the things people who are now just learning about the fact that you've written this book one of the things that they should know. Is that towns like a key moment for you in deciding to actually write. This was relatively recent discovery. When you visited. I guess the disney archive and learned that. You know you've been aware. I know that he did not want you to do lalita when you wanted to do that. And maybe some other things but the full extent of how your image was being managed was navy not fully appreciate until this visit recently. That's absolutely true Cars were just nation is amazing. They catch every missile scribbled. Note all the letters that. I dwell on the boat to me the letter. My parents role chat between each other. My brother.
"lalita" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"But just alice bonds because people would make you you you were talking about the thames stuck and is still used to cheat. Stay for me. I think some of fashion's most memorable raise into alice's. Wild originated across the pond in the united states. I'm thinking of leave of its vogue. Shoot and it's cost characters so cry. Did a very english story come to resonate so much overseas for example within the united states and even japan. I absolutely agree. I think the leap sheet really does represent a defining moment in addis fashion establishing Absolutely incontrovertible as a style icon. It says a summation of the fashion world and out-of-style style at that particular point in time just after the ten of the millennium. I think it's from two thousand street. We might have expected that that would be the final word so completes involving say many different design is and it's so opinion and so wonderful but instead of that instead of being the final words instead it's itself triggered an inspired countless other sheets editorials and commissions over the last eighteen years and these ah definitely not limited to the english speaking world examples editorials from all over the world. I'm from germany. Argentina correa fronts. On especially i think has always been a fatty transnational affair. The first alice styles were in the united states Some shoes being sold with a connection to the aspects and there's an early reference to queen olga of greece with ahead combed back allah alice. I've already mentioned the alice. Bonds which became internationally popular in the nineteen thirties. That is has also as you mentioned. Come to be a huge reference point in the lalita fashion which originated in japan which itself now has a global following. I think a lot fifty international appeal of the books from a fashion point of view. Cetinje somewhere like japan is actually about the fusion to a particular national identity. It's based on this perception of allison. The books is being quintessentially. English quintessentially victorian. Addison comes to sort of sum up a lost world of raise gardens tea parties of costa in cucumber frames people across the globe in on are attracted by fascinated by that kind of vision at the same time there that can be a much lesser..
"lalita" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Achieving what we want to do more efficient minute and a different coach usually yeah different culture. I think we will moving anyway off culture. Is jenny that cell. Too often and the rest of senior management team guy was ready to shift the culture. It was quite a sinai driven culture. And we've been moving motor. Collaboration culture and follow of a heart phones culture. I think is that something that you are going to your building in houses. So you bein. Was it hybrid of those things. It's a hybrid. Said we're gonna partnership coat. Anderson responsible says flyer there that we built south south some of our digital tools. We built ourselves. The app coaches used to run the teams didn't feel up something in a market. Who's quite right for us. We can plug in all scheduling tool since that so Fictious pulse matheny says. Something's we built. And some things we are just labeling for example. Rit at home which is why labelling. Because there's no point in building that from scratch when you're looking at sort of major projects and that sounds like a major project. We've seen other forms of finance being available for sports governing bodies sports leagues who've seen lalita and cvc. There's a deal being done yesterday. And that's very much Part the the sports compensation these days. What's your view in terms of the relationship between the faa and private money. I think when you look practitioners looking. Not i need the money they can bring but it's also skill set that can bring and yoshi not to at fantasy can't do underwriting say to me if you look a six nations in pulling Out of huge value. But mainly in the pre-christmas internationals By pulling the different together than longer competing with each other from across point of view and that can sell volkov's package and have wells playing at different times is called the plankton. I think way you get that unifying factor that's clearly additional value there. Nothing the same with formula one. I think they parted really bringing the media mobile forwards that a successful. I'd say by traditional media mobile liping through able to recognize that nothing. That's been about two so think any sport looking at that. You've got to look at money but what it brings. I think for us is less obvious that kind of added value. We are looking at number of different investment options around the women's game but by specifically about how we can accelerate the gripe that and actually get essential multi quicker beside With byproduct what we've achieved all but we see it. No most potential.
"lalita" Discussed on ConCiencia Podcast
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"lalita" Discussed on ConCiencia Podcast
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I may lead the head on Cooper get one the door the lean out there. By the slobby di dino said by de skip. It's okay so now. Let us today building ladera and dollar. Christiane de la forma. Soon bella stilo every lead them in data Es get stuck with u under your knees more than three is the mosquito say they're a styler reformer former ten is more knowledgeable. Sony style protozoa posted. It's like we're seeing in love a salary at a Peba they their our our eve. Rail go more nasty on detroit. Johnny smoker motel is not on are parallel. Who is one who you spend. I wanna rest our assunta. Nouvelle physical elise giannis more mediocre food. Our whole lonzo whose an associate is stepping narrowest our speed limit That i will not hear on new graphic ican s that constancia is calculus giannis more in los primero seals babble under down cassini salomon who the your skin is system morgan ebay s. They'll face got a speed out us. Ms lewinsky larry as soon as got out a speedy dwell. See them budweiser reformers. Who said yes get over formalities. Tomorrow less skinny dude us episode on the most crucial element liborius speedy twelve susanto. The leader comments are not put them aware. Lalita that beaver leaky faucet. More there is moving in upper interprofessional tech sawyer even less lonely. Interpreters i seen is but intra-palestinian More inclusive as they look up the scoring the sort of throw this idea they less camargo liter sooner relic buddha in america will not their las. Pasa cassius kitty. Does governor numerous physically komo al gore lead there you go hit estate that indirectly more protests stamping in all of split standard. Los que no scam. Sarah listed as malady kamasiyah knbr. Biddle sorta anal intercourse on lakota scheming. La tehran will stand dismal for mahmoud for your does went on melissa. Santos we mean roy. Dispense you battle dispense as least as its fundamental. Complaint oilers professors shortly rail ozan. I see really speedy us university culprit ambient. Are you need physical. This ball bustle here. Stay there are a astonishment. Unix will hear unanimous principles promoters john nelson darby in militancy dosing went that militarization process sent them. A proper was dispensationalist. Silicate you've riled restored Were also needles c. I scofield day. Simeon is him body a vigorous atlanta. Ill semi now. You're kiko. Alice gives lucy me nadia's must this india. Gas considerable alesane through brings a bell depends be spent at least or india. Yummy food food operates. Passover meal literacy and tossing yellows are los Does a stay that commune cycle. Without a ford assump- mickey riley lament. This was as speedy twelve. Scenic governor question physical. Influ your gome blade. The main theme last better speak divas politika's the las ingles sober emphasis out. But i still go this. Donald tambien dove riley loretta. Palestine mala mass camargo. politics has been under narrowly huron. 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"lalita" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI
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"lalita" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lalita" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"It's great it's a great movie berry interesting cool but yeah i bet it's been on my radar. Had some people close to it. I've had some people who were like very close to like almost having i see of shares but With no it's been fun to like catch up on. Listen to and i made me wanna buy some penny stocks and stuff but now i don't know what apt to us now. That robin hood has cancelled. I mean a lot. Robin hood is the one that was like the most known and that they were doing this but a lot of them did like stop people from banged stocks yesterday so it wasn't just them which again makes it harder to figure out where to go. But i tell you. Amc's up forty five cents. It's shockingly enough when they when they stopped people from buying. It started going down but now they've turned it back on. People seem to be still board a bit so I don't know i mean i certainly wouldn't suggest that anybody like toss a bunch of their money into any of these stocks like they're they're not objectively good stocks. We putting money into around your retirement to any of these. No but yeah. It's a it's been. It's been such a just such an interesting. I mean month really but this week at least has been like a little bit less close to home in terms of the big action of the week. So that's been kind of a nice change had to learn about it as opposed to being far too aware of the forces at work. Already Roquefort tour yeah meant that one joke feedback right. It's it's like in response to like say. Hannah said saying that was far too. Where kylie hannah said. She was far too aware of something. I don't remember. It was stupid. But i said more like far too aware. Feel good us. This is a whole. This is an ongoing bit on our three year long. Podcast not the whole time. You know but debts that's l. up fronts. Anybody else got up front. No no thanks. I don't think so. Nah nah i'm slowly making my way through the lalita podcast. I'd up talk..
"lalita" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lalita" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"Oh man oh. Find bed which she. She interp- she interviewed a video. Essayist in this latest episode. Who did a video about lolita. And i'm wondering if it's the person that hannah watch the video from. Oh miss lola. That's what she's miss lola Okay never fucking mind than anyway. Yeah so as if we should probably put a content warning about this because lalita is a book about child sexual assault And this whole podcast is basically about how a book about the kidnapping and rape of a twelve year. Old girl has been so incredibly worked by culture into this idea. Precocious sexually advanced young girl. Like there's this whole 'cause like the book itself is a very classic. And i actually. I actually do wanna read it after listening to this. Podcast have after having heard all of this criticism came permit because the book itself is told by her her kidnapper and her assaulter a very classic example of a an unreliable narrator. And it's set up like that from the beginning like the forward to. The book is a fictional fictional forward written by a psychologist who like supposedly treated the the salt humbert humbert the the the narrator of the book and i think also the context of the book like the the whole idea is the intended audience. I should say that he's writing to in. The book is a jury in a murder trial that he isn't so like he's he's really he's obviously trying to make himself look better..
Real Madrid win La Liga for 34th time
"Madrid are champions. Champions of Lollygag for a thirty four time this after they defeat be a real two to one. We're joined by Julian Iran and GAB MARCATTI JEWELS I'll start with you Real Madrid at the beginning of the restart. We said it was very likely they would have to win every single game to overtake Barcelona. They've done it and they've done it so easily clinched the league match still to be played. You're right and winds of ten, and there were two points behind boss, not when restarted Lalita. What six weeks ago, something and then they were just unstoppable. They may maybe not always the most. Pleasant towards attacking wise, but so efficient in both boxes so solid defensively. This is the best remedy defense for for the last thirty years, and that was always the plan from Sudan. Is Priority to win our league this season. He promised it. He delivered it and he did it in a very different way than the other titles before that club this this one was built on being very strong, defensively, being very well organized playing as a team and then relying on Wednesday march the goal. Benzene has been fantastic all season. And the defense has been fantastic or season to Wayne Gordon Veyron and says almost at the bag, the two full as well they've been. They've been pretty special I think and on these eleven heightened for eleven title in two hundred nine again. That's one i. told every Nineteen Games. He's putting credible down I don't believe you're all Madrid. Have trailed since the restart. How impressed with their? Performance. have been very good and I think even when people will flag up certain games where they got the rub of the green with with severe and whatnot by I agree with Jules, you look beyond that this is almost another level of around Madrid. It's almost as if when you think about it. The GALACTICO era is well and truly over in the sense that. Korean bedroom is tastic as he was he. He's an Galactico type as much as he is. A warrior hard hat tight you go through the team beaten hazard for most of the season Gareth Bale once again missing in action, other Michigan's on the bench. except for Tony Crows MoD modern as well off the bench a lot of the time we saw a lot of rotation. We saw a lot of grit. We saw a lot of efficiency we saw. I think aside of of Sedan, who previously was seen as just kind of like a a man manager, a guy who didn't necessarily get to involve not screw things up and just let the players play. We saw a guy who is actually very actively coaching when the injured guys came back. You've worked in back in and I. Think in some ways this might be the most satisfying. Of the of the titles that that's it down as one. Jewel so much has been made in recent days. Officials VR helping out Real Madrid even with your Barcelona ways. Will you discredit that argument here? Think, they were the best team all season really since the loss against my. Tober, I they. They've been on another level really in terms of. The results of course the way they were playing. Pretty much everything they did was almost perfect, and even with the pandemic and break they can by flying. As we said with those ten Wayne's, there were so well prepared far better prepare than boss or not folks up. What both fitness wise and tactically as well and I think Don deserves it off great. See Dan priority because he still feels that it doesn't get the credit deserves and what he did before in the past, lally, gainfully seventeen of research I'm visiting in a row that people never praised him enough really sort of our, but you've got Chris overnight. All you've got wet players and you've got a team that was winning before own that kind of stuff and I. Think this one for him will always be very special because he did it. Maybe as we sit in a very different way, but also him as a as a man as manager was very different, and the personal that you especially without Christianity was very different, and I think he will you take? I think far more prides in in many ways to of one this one especially considering that remedy warning since two thousand seventeen. The would always have a very special taste for him this one.
NBA Formally Proposes 78-Game Season, In-Season Tournament for 2021-22
"It has leaked out today. Brian both from Adrian margin asking and Shamsher Rania the NBA has sent teams proposal for the twenty one twenty two season so this is the one thousand nine hundred twenty season so this would be two seasons from now. I'm just going to go down the list. You tell me if it's a hard no something you would consider. Yes okay. Seventy eight game season down from eighty to absolutely yes. You're not worried I'm with you but you're not worried that it messes is with the integrity of the stats like that. I don't care okay. I don't care either. Baseball went basement. There's no gain that's more stat driven than baseball in terms of how we honor people in this. Whatever it's not always been one hundred sixty two games in baseball dave adjusted and the big worry is if you go to seventy eight games these well? What are you GonNa the revenue that you made from the other four games because all of us are paid based on an eighty two game season? Here's your answer. It's the second thing in in season tournament so roughly thirty five games into the season. You have a tournament and the players each get a million bucks if they win it in. The coach gets a million and a half in season tournament halfway through. What do you think stupid disagree? Here's why right now. All we're not even thirty five games in there are. How many games the Lakers your twenty-five before they played basically thirty twenty nine Would you agree with me that there are eight to ten teams that we already know. Aren't making the playoffs. Yes that are just dogs with fleas. Yes like the the Knicks. Yes okay. This gives their fans something a reason to watch something. Does it it though it does. I would want a game right until they are eliminated taking a step further. Bill Simmons wrote a proposal on the ringer where he said what you have to do with. This is because most players make so much money that a million dollars. They wouldn't even care about what you have to do. What they care about is making the playoffs and win the title? Let's say you win the tournament you should get credit for like five wins. That now makes it. Because here's the deal. The problem with it is win the tournament and you get a playoff spot instead of who the team that is. I don't like data. I need all because I'm just throwing that the that's you're you're basically getting the problem along with the only incentive incentives that you can really add our is money and that's what they're talking about basically the interest unless so you'd go the Simmons route and you say it helps you make the postseason. That's good for three games. Four games or whatever it might be and taking that at team and putting them into the playoffs over a team that gets you. You know that that that wins more over the entire sny seventieth season but you gotTa Watch Turnham. There's a wrinkle. That's coming where I could say. You combine idea to an idea three but the biggest problem right now is not that you can't get the players to care it's that you can't get the fans to care because okay great. The Lakers win the mid season tournament. So what like. Why do I care about at that? Mostly I'm concerned. I'm going to be watching this thing going. God I hope Anthony Davis doesn't get hurt. There is a way that you can maybe combined make this kind signed to work with the idea that you were saying before we get to idea three all right play in tournament for the seven and eight seeds in each conference this this I like I do too. I like this a lot. So maybe you take seven eight nine ten or seven eight nine. Make a round robin whatever might be right and you play that as a plan Dan. I love this idea because now you're talking about you know reason to care if you're an eighth seed or nine senior couple of games back like you know you still have a chainsaw. There's usually not much of a difference between eight and nine in terms of how good they are right and so I like the idea of extending it so those teams have report teams jockey to get to the six right and what. Oh you now want to do is if you wanted to say. It's a seven eight nine are part of this plan. Plus the winner of the Eh of mid season tournament. But what happens if it's not one of those teams like you know right. Well you'd have to play with it. I think you can take time. It's not going to matter and so I don't think I don't think it's a fan. I'M GONNA care about my team if it's good winning some pointless midseason tournament when really wanted to win a title and I'd be worried guys get hurt again matter. Well did he get hurt and practice. So here's what Adams's practicing to win the the thing at the end. Well here's what Adam silver is trying to duplicate. They do this in soccer all the time they play for a cup in the middle of the season and and it's fun fund. If you're a Laker fan what you want is you want to see your team play. So they're in this tournament. You're watching and you're GONNA watch and you're GONNA care but you're not going to be super deeply invested in the away to the playoffs and the differences if I'm not like a steep soccer guy but most of these things are are between leagues. It's like the Bundesliga team. Plays the Premier League team and Lalita. And it's like whatever you know. I forgot the name of these things. But like it's all of these great teams together playing against each other so you're the match ups that you wouldn't otherwise see. This is just another version of Lakers versus nuggets. I just I don't understand I don't think means more more though. It's just a regular season game if it's in the tournament I it unless you can incentivize it so it was actually has more meaning than that. I don't see. Yeah Simmons. Good are wondering about the last thing that the proposal that they sent to the teams final four when the teams get to the final four. You reseed in the play offs based based on regular season records. So if if the Lakers and the clippers battle for the Pacific Division. Let's say the Lakers went and the Lakers win. Sixty five games but the clippers finished second in one sixty four games. The Clippers then are not a division winner in that scenario. And let's say they have to play a a team from the Central Division that only one fifty five games right now. The reason the way it exists is the division winner. Has Home Court really. Yeah the clippers yet. The the clippers would would have to be the row team. This would reward you for a better regular season record regardless of your stand. Absolutely I agree. I'm Greg what do you think of all those. Are there. Any that jump out is good or bad to you. Know I'm good or bad. No I really liked the plane game to see love nothing. That's fantastic tastic I tend to actually agree with Brian on the NCAA tournament. Say like an like a weird is rising as many excellent points you know throughout my radio time right every once in a while but this is just one of those things like. Yeah I'm just because. Let's say the Lakers win win the mid season tournament right Willie no win the final. Like oh you're like Oh yeah. We won the midst. Congratulations on being the mid season tournament. Champion where the NBA finals champion. I mean anyth- so simmons the idea. Was You have a Russell Cup in a Chamberlain Cup okay. And in the Russell Cup you get the teams that have the fourteen best records okay Eh and in the Chamberlain Cup you have the
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Atlético Madrid 1-1 Barcelona – as it happened
"We start in Lalita the Spanish capital Madrid taking on Barcelona right atmosphere. The match certainly didn't match that terrible. Forty seven minutes on the clock should've been a red conflict the cost for the elbow. Will he goes in strong? As always does. I'm not sure I will give him a red card for that. I think he's drawn a ball to the player of the bone going for the face, but he stays on the field. And he scores are brilliant goal from a set play good movement seniors the plan marketing, he gets round the back the deliveries. Absolutely perfect. It's real world on the training field to stay either. And could do a lot better. Why does he is nearly done? I think he feels the cost is going to go down. All these feet, but he's gotta stay that little bit higher. It's not a good safe from the goalkeeper. But a really good headed from the cost rarely lasts ten minutes. This game got going. It'd be then valet. He'll get equalizer. You have to give a bit of credit for the bullet was played out to look because it was going to get away from messy here. But he just toe-poked it only defender, and he does well just to have that composure. He gives a bit of luck hits the goalkeeper's lakes all black and then defend on the line. And then there's couldn't keep it out. So it spoil shed. Let's come Trent one that boss alone. No one. I think he probably offered this results. Both teams at the start in the match. They've probably taken there's not really too much to say about the game. Because it was really that Goodwill's. You know, if you're looking at Athletico Madrid game against boss load. And you said what has it gonna go? You'd say exactly what happened athletic Madrid defended. Well, all over the field. They made it difficult. They didn't leave too many spices. But they didn't really look threatening themselves and on couldn't find those little pockets of space to make things happen one or two. Applies. They're very messy couldn't really get involved in the game Suarez up. It was poor throughout but there wasn't enough creativity. And there was a lot of plaque in. There was a lot of fouls. There was a lot trying to calm the referee. And that was probably the biggest influence on the
IBM, Leicester City and Thailand discussed on All Of It
"To all with Crystal Palace. Iran. Thrashed Real Madrid five one in L classic with the future of manager Yulia. And is now in serious doubt rail now ten in Lalita and in baseball Boston Red Sox the wraps on a dominating season with a five one win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in game five of the World Series. The Red Sox are killed their full title in fifteen years James more from James in twenty five minutes. In the meantime, let's talk about the computer giant IBM spending thirty four billion dollars to buy a software company that gives away its products for free business presented this morning. In Hong Kong is Andrew would Andrew what's this all about? Well, he doesn't give away all of the products for free. It gives away the key products. You remember the old thing they used to say is if you give them an official feed him for a day, if you give them if you teach a man to fish and you'll feed him for life. The capitalist version is you can also sell him fishing equipment. You can sell him magazines fishing. You can send him about theme holidays and conferences, and it's a bit like that with red hat, which is the company that IBM is board at the key to its business is the Lennox operating system which has been around for a couple of decades now, and it's no fun source software, and it's free. It's basically being put together by volunteers. So the problem is with the with the software is that because it's being put together volunteers. There isn't really anything like a company you can ring up or help desk. If you've got problems with Lennon's so company like red hat comes in and says, well, we'll solve your problems with lenox. We'll we'll adapts it. If you need it be we can debunk it. We come come connect you to other computer systems, and so on so red hat makes a lot of money out of that. It's also into cloud computing as well now IBM is the deal is worth thirty four billion IBM's worth. About one hundred ten billion on the stock market. So this is quite a big deal in terms of expanding the size of IBM rather. It's quite a big big takeover that might take a bit of time to digest IBM gets access to an awful lot more technology services. And traditionally IBM was very very good at coming up with big computers and lots of software and selling them a rather renting them to people. And so in a way, this is actually going backwards to what the IBM was like thirty forty years ago. Very good at coming up with software, which you can sell services rented out in effect, pay subscriptions and get cash again. And again and again. Yes. So IBM kind of coming full circle. Thank you. Andrea. That's our business presented this morning. Andrew would and as you may have had in the news throughout the last couple of days funds of LeicesteR Leicester City football club in Britain has confirmed. The chairman of the club died when his helicopter crushed outside the stadium on Saturday evening. All four people on board were also killed. Funds have been laying clubs shots and messages of support. Also the team stadium. Mr. VJ as was famously helped to put together a team which ton Waldron at one of the Premier League in two thousand sixteen at odds of five thousand to one at tell us more bottom and how he made his fortune that ended up in LeicesteR city's George McCloud who's a political risk consultant based in Bangkok. And you started his business is all right, George. Yes. That's correct. Now, would you would you say that he was immensely wealthy? He was he was a extremely wealthy businessman. His net worth was estimated at over three three billion US three point three billion. And speaking to my colleague Jonathan head not too long ago. He says that he wasn't that. Well known. In Thailand until he bought Leicester City. No, he was you know, he I I would say he was a figure of some controversy as well. He he he obtained a very lucrative duty free concession for Thailand's airports, which obviously did attract attention, but. His his acquiring of of the Leicester City football club sort of propelled him to to a new level, you know, locally as well, obviously internationally and what we've seen with other. Thai wealthy people. Not least should know what ended up in politics, but he stayed out into. Well, you know, formerly speaking he did. But behind the scenes, he's he's he's been incredibly active, politically, I'd say that that he stands apart in that sense. A lot of businessmen in Thailand try to deliberately steer clear of politics. He's been very active financing various sides of the political spectrum depending on I guess who's in power at the time. He's switched sides a number of times, then proved very dexterous at at navigating the difficult political system here, why Lester city of all the teams why did he pick it? Well, I mean for for one thing it was you know, it was an underdog team. And I think he set his sights on on, you know, wiping it into shape, which which he did very well. I mean, the shows a high level of sort of business acumen on his part and. It was very much a down de project. He he's as I say very wealthy, but he doesn't come from one of the legacy wealthy families here. And he was always struggling to gain acceptance in those circles, and I think acquiring that football club was partly intended for for that level of acceptance. So how will ties be reacting to his death? Well, there's obviously shock over this grief over this because he is possibly, you know, the the only figure in this country that's managed to internationalize himself to that degree. But you know, of course, I don't think people are in the under any illusions that they that he has been a figure of controversy as well. Good to talk to you. Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts with us. We've been speaking to George McLeod who is a political risk consultant based in Bangkok. So.
Afghanistan, Crack Cocaine and Hawn discussed on BBC Minute
"We start in Afghanistan. A suicide bombing. Nangahar province in the east of the country has killed at least thirty two people more than one hundred. Others were wounded. The province is the center of Islam, estate, militant activity in Afghanistan. Common once Hawn is trending. She's resigning as Spain's health
Danes to Fence German Border to Stop Boars with Swine Fever
"Denmark has given final approval to the building of a controversial seven hundred kilometer fence. Along its border with, Germany it's designed to protect the. Country's pork industry, from wild boar that could carry African swine fever. The, fence will cost eleven million euros and is due to be finished by the end of next year Critics say it's a waste of money. That doesn't work against a problem that doesn't exist environmentalists have raised concerns about its effect on. The ecosystem Danish farms export twenty eight million pigs every year accounting for half of the country's agricultural exports