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"landy" Discussed on Past Gas
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In the mid 60s, a couple of drag masters by the names of Jim Nelson and dode Martin. Oh, my bad. My bad, it's pronounced dodie. A couple of drag masters by the names of Jim Nelson and dodi Martin took a long hard look at those top fuel drag cars and thought, you know what? Those bodies are a little silly. Why can't we go that fast in a normal car? Just so they set about figuring out how to do so. These two guys grabbed a handful of 1964 Dodge three 30 max wedges and yanked the four 26 Hemi's and dropped in stroked 480 cubic inch top gas engines. Not the same kind used in top fuel dragsters, which made them technically funny gassers and not top fuel cars. But these cars were turning out high ten quarter mile times with speeds above a 130 mph. While super stock cars of the time were only hit in a 120 mph, 11 second quarter mile runs. This earned a big yee haw all around. People like going faster. People like ten second cars. That reminds me, man. You both owe me a ten second car. What? Yeah, dude. I thought we talked about this. No, we can talk about it off air, but you both owe me a ten second core. All right. This is so you treat family? Yeah, come on, man. You can have any beers like this. In 1965, dandy. God, I wish I lived back then, man. In 1965, dandy dick landy was the first person to compete in what would eventually become the funny car class. He rolled a 1964 Dodge coronet onto the green line in blue some freaking mines by post in ten second quarter miles at a 130 mph at the riverside dragway, 50 miles east of Los Angeles, where we currently reside. I think that's cool, too, with a lot of these old racing stories that we cover. This stuff happened right down the street from our houses. And right down the street from the donut studio. It's very cool to me. I mean, there used to be tracks all over SoCal. Lions, drag strip over and Long Beach, rivers, the aforementioned riverside had one of the longest road courses in America. And it was like a legendary course. And near grandpa was hanging out with all these dudes, right? My grandpa did work for Keith black for a little bit. My great uncle, uncle bob was one of Keith black's master engine builders. They went into business together and Keith black race engines supplied a lot of these engines for a lot of the guys that were talking about here. So Nolan's uncle built the motors we're talking about in this episode. Yeah. Pretty cool. Very likely. Great uncle. Bob. But it wasn't just the neck breaking speed that caught everyone's attention. These cars looked a little funny. The body was entirely fiberglass over a lightweight body structure. Chrysler's engineers then tossed out the rule books and started messing around with the wheelbase. They shoved the front wheels ten inches forward to the point where they almost touched the front bumper. And in the back, they slid the axle 15 inches forward, leaving almost 25% of the car's butt hanging in the wind. Yeah, they're pretty weird looking. Indeed, Nolan, they did look funny, but the speeds that they brought to the table was deadly serious. Like a will forte character. Dandy dick made a name for himself with huge wheel stands and big W's on the board. That year he won 39 out of 40 meat. Wow. Doesn't even seem fun. The NHRA treated them like the cevo du jour and tried to legislate them away so they could get back to normal drag racing. So they shoved them in the fuel dragster classes to compete against cars that weighed half as much and had twice the horsepower. But dandy dick landy wasn't the kind of guy to stay down. Dude, I wish my name was dandy dick landy. Your big Jim pumphrey. Yeah, it's a big Jim guarantee. Is this a new development? This is one of our oldest bits. And that's big Jim guarantee. I think someone asked me, what would you be doing if you stayed in Louisville? I was like, I'd probably work at a car dealership. Yeah. And big gyms forward. Big gym shelbyville forward. If you can do some sort of dare, then they have to buy the car. If I finish this ten pounds of tuna raw tuna, then you gotta buy this four to corner line. Or in the inverse. If you can finish this 12 pound burrito in under 45 minutes. I'll give you the extended warranty for free. And on oct ten K off the asking price. That's Jim guarantee. It's Thanksgiving, folks, and that means the turkey challenge is back. If you can eat a ten pound bird in under four hours, that's a tiny turkey. It's there percent financing..
"landy" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Back to landy, you thought maybe things would calm down with them after you signed the big ticket? Absolutely not. He was going with Hartman. In Minnesota and preseason, I would probably say the most hardcore captain. I guess you could maybe throw Brady could chuck in the mix for how much she likes to get in the mix. But anytime there's a scrum and if he sees one of his teammates being taken advantage of, he does not skip a beat he gets right over there. And I think as soon as I call him, did that, you could see the regret in his face as he as soon as he saw the bolt coming over. I don't know how many times. Yeah. Because landy landy can snap man, but that's the reason why he got the deal that he did because he brings it in all facets of the game. And definitely one of the captains don't want to mess with in the league. And if we're going to talk about the abs a little bit, Kel mccart, like ever since he's been back like just the way he's been walking the line and the way he's been letting it go, I think he had goals and I think that it was like four or 5 games in a row or something like that and just putting up and saying numbers. And listen, we're still early on for the legal ward so despite a slow start for the abs. I think Kel mccar very much in the mix for the Norris. And I don't know if we're going to get the talking about Ovechkin two boys. This guy, were you done with Colorado? No, we weren't. It was great to see Bo and Byron return. Yes. He's had a lot of injuries, there was a great article in the athletic a while back. His first year, it was kind of a nightmare for him, but 22 minutes on 25 shifts, four shots on go and he scored. So it was great to see him back in and get a gold biz. Wait, did you get a chance to read that article? Yes, and I had no clue. Yeah. And just to read, I had like flashbacks of when I well luckily, it does not seem that that's the case from. But in the article, it talks about he's talking called his mom. He's like, what am I going to do? I don't think I can keep playing hockey. I think my career is over. That panic, oh, God, at that age, too. He's only 20 years old. I feel so bad for the kid and it talks about what he went through. He went on a ten day excursion hike trip with his father. They drove 24 hours north of Vancouver, I think. And then ended up taking a plane even deeper into the wilderness and did ten days and it really helped them recharge get his mind right. And then he got hurt again after that, but just to come back from that one now, just the other night. Amazing story. And I had no idea how difficult the year was. And it makes a lot of sense now biz when we were like, why aren't they playing him last year in the playoffs? He was not in a position to be playing once you read this article. Yeah, and they kept it quiet. And I actually reached out to our doctor sigilla, a guy who, I think he practices and burnaby. Near the 8 rinks. And I used to go see him. So he's a neck and head doctor. So me and Gordon will go to him. He worked with Crosby when he was dealing with his concussion issues. I believe that he's also a visitor with ball bear arm. And I was just talking to him about the process and coming back from one of these and I was asking about all the factors and variables because in the article I mentioned how he's got a very bubbly personality. And, you know, he likes being around the guys and likes being in the mix and all of a sudden because of the COVID protocol he really wasn't able to interact with one his new teammates. You know, it was kind of go to the rink and go home and don't really have much fun. You couldn't really go anywhere out in public. At one point, his mom came down to visit him, but when I was talking, I said, how much does does depression play a factor in your recovery process? And he goes, when dealing with these concussions, there's so many variables involved. They can all have an impact, including something like that. The depression, it has to do sometimes with the neck itself. Of course, the swelling of the head. So just reading that article, it gave you like a better understanding what someone's going through when dealing with the symptoms of a concussion. And it sucks that the guy as you said had to deal with it so early in his career, but it seems as if though, you know, he's going to be back in the lineup and back ready to go. So I definitely a young prospect, you can't lose to these types of things. That is the best defense in the NHL. Yeah. The taves himself, my car, Gerard looks great. Eric Johnson Johnson legal on time. Jack Johnson's there is like the 5 6 7. They got prospects. On unreal team and on defense, they got guys who can defend and move the park and do both.
Fires Force the U.S. Forest Service to Close
"For the first time in forty five years the us forest service has closed the boundary waters canoe area is wilderness in northern minnesota includes one million acres of lakes and rivers and forests many of which are now on fire. Minnesota public radio's dan crocker. Reports many of the fires here are burning within the boundary waters. But the largest is just south. It's the greenwood fire and it scorched more than thirty square miles of forest and it's forced the evacuation of nearly three hundred households. I met one of those evacuees. Doug landy at a recent public information meeting. He lives in the woods near the tiny town of isabella. That's a summer for mao for watching the forest to get compromised. He says the forest is tinder-dry from extreme drought and unusually hot weather earlier this week. Gusty winds sent the fire roaring through a chain of lakes surrounded by dozens of homes and cabins mike birdman and his wife got a call from the county sheriff telling him their cabin is still standing. But he's afraid at the forest surrounding it will look like a moonscape we're approaching seventy and it's not going to grow back in our lifetime and yeah there's just so much uncertainty it just like a slow motion disaster happening just to the north in the boundary waters wilderness rangers have paddled into warren campers that they have to leave. The original closure order was set to expire today but it since been extended at least another week. That's a big blow for the many businesses that count on these few months to outfit those campers. We have people from all fifty states who come here every summer to experience the boundary waters jason's aboard ski runs the outfitting company in the small town of ely which bills itself as the canoe capital of the world in august. It's usually packed with visitors. Canoe strapped to the tops of their cars. But not now and you know to have sort of this immediate closure and have to tell somebody who's traveled from texas or california and are like standing in front of us ready to go out for a week in the woods that actually everything's changed and your boundary waters vacation is off is really difficult. The forest service is encouraging tourists to canoe and camp in areas outside the wilderness. Ends aboard. Ski is trying to stay positive. But says there's nothing comparable the paddling into the amazing boundary waters itself
"landy" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm
"We had another dog trainer. Who is kind of like a well-known like Found the trainer kinda like instagram famous. I don't even follow the sky. But he's ordered trains and we actually had him come to the house and train but his style was very very like aggressive again for our taste cell. That's when i found landy Who was a referral. That really changed the way that we approached training really helped me in like how i interact with reich. I could definitely seen the difference in the two one more militant a pretty aggressive and lengthy a little bit more. Well rounded weren't patient. I feel like it would be more in line with like how you guys work with your dogs. In how an oscar having like met with oscar worked with writer with oscar. Yeah just more to my taste but anyway back to the h- original question. Yeah so why raga a lot of dog..
"landy" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"And i think i'm gonna do a trip linking ohm or does yeah well in for this particular trip Sarah being avid fly angler. She knew the reputation of the car river. And it's still had run. And she came up with the idea. And i said well i just so happened to have hunted deer three different times on that side of the island looking down at that same river. I mean oh i'll do it. Typically my trips now this by the way is my nineteenth trip up there so the first few i had to fill my way through and now i have a pretty good network of friends and some former colleagues and acquaintances and people in business up there that i know who to call and what to ask. I have friends who are retired from alaska fishing game or friends who are still working for that department. And if i don't if they're not working in an area that i'm wanting to research they know who is and they say feel free to drop my name when you call this district. Just tell you where to go to. Now you'll find out when you start doing that kind of research state wildlife. Biologists is not going to tell you this. This bush plane pilot is a good one. And that's a bad one load to give rough. They asked to be really careful on that. And then once you find an area you get a hold of a pilot or an s where you. You're you're hunting. Network through social media blogs podcasts cetera. You learned some you meet some people. You learn who. The reputable pilots are in that area. And then you start calling those pilots and there's only so many places that plane a floatplane or plano bush. Wheels can land helicopters not able not a legal to use in any hunting application. I believe they can be used in fishing up there if i'm not mistaken but no hunting. You can't transport gear people meet in or out with a helicopter involving. Hunting is just trying to keep things more Helicopters too many advantages got alaska would have no game. If helicopters could be used tangles. That might be a slight exaggeration. But you can land a helicopter anywhere or hover at anywhere and how people jump off. Throw their gear off by not allowing that you have this default refugee enormous areas of refuge for wildlife to exist unmolested. Now you got gravel bars ridge tops. Crude created landing strips. All over but not everywhere. So a pilot's going to be able to tell you. I can land here here here and here. That's the only places in my area that can land you so you've gotta decide you want to dry camp on a ridgetop where i can landy with bush wheels or you're going to go with my competition..
"landy" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
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"landy" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"That nature of uprooted us. The radhakrishnan is the kind of duality of. It's the male and female house of it. Yeah it gone. Many has been interpreted in multiple ways over many years and centuries and And i think as a visual artist high to take so much freedom and but of course there is this some very prominent gendered space within this trope as well and i was interested in dismantling the work and focusing on the feminine and in that process what it meant to explore the idea of uprooted nece. So it's almost like the main elements exit and the nature of the feminine in its uprooted nature kind of transforms towards an apparatus of power. Dot has been a kind of a theme in some of the early works of mine which are on display at the morgan library right now and this particular painting sort of crystallizes that sort of deconstruction. Also if you look at it really closely they're not juxtaposed in the show but you can see that you know it's not just sort of just removing the main it's also like then analyzing the compositional elements and what additional things i start to add and that for me is also exciting to see 'cause i painted some of this work more than twenty years ago and even when i look at the older works. I'm energized every time. There's this timelessness if it's painted yesterday so fresh but it's also something that a foam is very important. This idea of kind of getting deep into this wondrous nature in language and how you know how finding ways for it to speak to me in a very continuous manner like what is it that keeps this tradition singing and how to experienced dot. There's a lot of play with that too. In the painting you can see her sort of balancing herself onto a tray with which is blossoming so in the in my painting while she is balancing. She is also pinning down with her foot sort of shadowy form which is kind of goes. Like like a poltergeist. And what is that. It's almost like is that her shadow is that in alter ego is it this idea of assimilation and Foreignness or uprooted nece. But you know towards what so. Two things influx flux. But but there's this sort of tension of how she the g- use of her feet and that kind of element of the older drawing however taken that kind of played with this notion of rooted us or disrupting that so that's the uprooted series that this particular historical work really directly plays with and you're working. General plays with this tradition as said of miniature painting for manuscripts which very often kind of focused on heroes mythologies these kind of very male dominated history. But you really put the woman figures. I mean sometimes inserting them sometimes by erasing the the male figures. But and you really put the women. Figures as the protagonist heroes as the heroine's is that something that you see as kind of a correction. Or how do you know what i do. Want to point out to all one thing is that you know the john. Reid is fast. It's impossible for it to be understood from A very narrow perspective and also my interest in it is to see how the colonial legacy has contributed to the manuscripts paintings. Fate and that itself has led to a very truncated nature because throughout the colonial history. So much of the paintings have been taken and placed in western institutions. The provenance of a complicated. Dot type of dismemberment and dispersion is also not inherent in the tradition it's it's an outcome of colonial histories and legacies so that lends becomes incredibly political and almost violent in nature. And that means like how to see the work through that lens to understand the archives. And i also want to point out that growing up in pakistan. This material is not there. It's not available. It's not like it's culturally specific to that experience of growing day. My whole three decade long exploration has been almost like a detective digging into the archives and the archives are literally in majority of the western institutions in met collection. British museum vienna. Can i think when you understand that. Then you really can disassociated from this production. That here is an artist. Who's the other. Who's from another part of the world from pakistan and this is the language which is Which is prevalent there. You know that kind of i think you have to break outside of such a opaque as and limitations because of course the genres vast in its style in its history and its language going all the way into eastern europe central asia and china how asia so persia. So you know we're focusing on just one painting but that cannot be used to illustrate like the larger situation and this painting you know. As we said was taken out of a manuscript it was disassembled and is on. Its own now. Of course it's a page. It's a full fully right. That i'm not sure. In terms of this particular painting some provenance. This was indeed a part of a book. But that definitely a better examples of pages which have ban part of well known books and manuscripts like the sean nominee. The houghton sean that dispersed. And it's a well known example. And how god entire history of its dispersion and coming into the secondary market getting like very arbitrary value being assigned to it and how it changes hands casale with a de kooning and when you look at the provenance of many of these paintings. It's a animated history to and that for me as a research driven artist Those aspects are equally important. When i'm examining works. Of course i'm looking at the compositions and the former nature of the paintings but definitely also wherever possible to dig deeper to find out you know where they originate and where they arrive and what they start to accumulate on that route.
"landy" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Us in or props facing is down. Actually a point five meters high. And like i say Simon says he doesn't like coach He comes from south essex. Radi he's he's you know he's he's parents from the stand who who then came out into essex to make themselves very similar to like the plot landers who came from smokey old london between the wars to by english soil for five pounds to make bad lives in the cells as well so aspirational but also very kind of working class characteristics while wants to get out of london make a better life and essex mine is very much family orientated person. This year also marks the twentieth anniversary of breakdown. When you famously pulverized all your possessions. How many seven thousand. Two hundred and twenty seven in a factory setting in the old. Cna shop on on oxford circus. And in a way you walk as you said is so much about consumers about capitalism about consumption. Part of this exhibition is devoted to break down. Let's have a look that because it really ties in with what you're saying about essex being this kind of cusp county of thatcherism of the beginning of the opening up of the city of london and you know the first supermarket was an essex as well. Okay yeah so the belongings. Once they got broken down into material pulse actually ended up in mocking. which is in essex. It was a former landfill site. And now it's like a six wildlife in the section of the show devoted to breakdown where in february two thousand and one new pulverized all your worldly possessions. I mean that was a hell of a thing to do what what triggered does designed to do that. Guess materially speaking ahead for the first time in my life enough everything up until that point was a real struggle. So then i fall about. What did that mean. And then it just popped into my head though. Destroy my belongings. Everything we're looking at t button. We're talking com works on the books. Artworks literally made a whole inventory of everything i owned. And that's what's what we're looking out in the world at the moment we which is listed meticulously numbered. I mean everything. You wanna crucify screen print. That went i mean just. Every of material value of things have more sentiments value. Things that just were in my possession at the age of thirty seven when i did break down and so You know. I talk about it. Being the ultimate consumer choice as a consumer. We were choices and that was my choice. Wasn't really so much of a cathartic jess chat as an examination. Of what makes us who we are. And i don't see owning things possessing things very much. A human characteristic interesting thing for me. It was what people brought to as far as their own feelings of ownership in consumption. Still my some various states of been broken down and really people responded in a very direct way because we'll see essex man works his whole life to accumulate things. I am destroying over. And also i mean there. You are destroying all but you didn't just destroy any old high. It was a whole kind of performative. Work where you know. It was amazing. Factory like setting you design the conveyor belts. You design people's uniforms. Every single aspect had yours designed to reckless material reclamation facility which basically takes things of value out of the waste stream. It's hundred meters of convey about took like one objects about ten minutes to travel around this kind of electric set and then people would see things in various states of You know you could see michael. But then we've broken down bits and pieces and then you see you know. Coast close literally everything. That was in my position at the seven itemized and we can hear in the background. The film of the bits of landy. Life being selfish mechanic stored mccullough. He's breaking down my car he afterwards. He keeps a bit of the power of material and sprinkled sprinkles under sacred tree in india for that six. I guess but we're gonna go to more bits of essex now back into more. The exhibition devoted to all things essex but also relating very much still to this notion of labor consumerism. Things that people overlook things that people kind of disregard when you pulverizing possessions. You then did these beautiful series of etchings of common-or-garden weeds. Because the reason i became an artist in a way because i sit to troll and so I just wanted to simplify my whole practice. And just go back to something. I really understood. So it's just me on a plan and you try to render that plant living planet stein on you as quickly as possible to capture it really and here we are now in essex county that so derided as a sign here saying welcomed essex. I love warning. This archive contains flash cards big watches and falls boobs. I'm also liking the definition of essex girl on the left here the oxford dictionary of essex girl essex go noun off essex man british derogatory a contentious term applied usually jocular to type of young woman supposed found in and around essex and variously characterizes unintelligent promiscuous and materialistic might possibly qualify some of those characteristics. I'm not gonna say which ones but is funny. Isn't it really raging stereotypes. We walk into the show. And then we have a whole series of banner headlines hanging on hoardings from ceiling maze of banners like flags and the first one we see is essex. Man seen off socialism. They're all taken from newspapers over the last two years about how the media have portrayed essex. We've got one saying you can't be in harry potter you're from essex virgins six. That's official sexy. Since the essex goes of old. England is quite mind boggling. Actually these these headlines were allowed to be written in the mainstream press because looking at the yeah exactly you would not be able to write these headlines anymore so i mean but not that that kind of interests me changed my birthday. We've just we'll pass essex the dust of london and so so because you literally the street so good things come from the new ideas and all sorts of things you know. That's one of the first things i noticed. And lots of forts along street trying to keep foreigners out from invading the map. Have when you first. Come into. I i is the first map of essex and they basically draw because i'm going to keep the frank shantsev. Apply everything out so they know what they're defending so for me. It's like it's a much maligned. County in a way. And so i was really because i mean in waste and the value we give to fix we throw away so so i think essex is being this kind of stopping point for the media partly because he's so close to london in a way so you have lots of lazy journalist. Turning up here and fox popping people from rumford away and buzzard man was a barometer for elections back in the early nineties so they remind us really so i mean they are negative headlines. And don't see that as a negative us such. I'm obviously trying to project stuff. Backer people also taking kind of social barometer and taking a kind as you say four. Granting things disparaging asking why been asking how. We define ourselves through these stereotypes. How people define us through these guys. Simplified version of something isn't a stereotype. It's like it's just a simplistic even the republican party in america getting on kick in essex as well because that's a picture of j week a big bill and it's basically saying that if you The democrat party. Then you're.
"landy" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Exhibition kind of talking about climate change talking about shells involvement and yet just generally educating we. We plan to to stay overnight and occupy the science museum but unfortunately we at around eight o'clock go threatened with arrest on so we took the position. The we we would leave the science museum. That point on the livestream Just because we need time to process what happened on sunday we went back to the science museum. We had been planning overnight to kind of create. New placards in the current exhibition does placards being displayed from the march. Twenty nineteen strike. The individuals who donate to science museum had no knowledge that they were going to be an exhibition. It was going to be an expedition sponsored by shell. We actually did speak to one of the donators. Who was up to nearly appalled and yet she was on all livestream and so we were planning to kind of make some alternative placards to offer to the science museum that would draw attention to shell's horrors but that obviously didn't happen so when we came back on sunday we did a protest outside the science museum and continued to to make placards at to leave at the science museum which we did the response to the protests with significantly different to those that have been held at both the british museum and the tate right. Yeah can you say something about that. Because basically is it right up to the museum as opposed to the police themselves were action is taken so both the british museum on the tape have experienced life people occupying the museum overnight. On both of those have been facilitated safely and calmly without police involvement without police coming in trying to intimidate protestors. because it's on private lund. The owners of the museum or those acting on behalf in this case security have to at cool the police yet so we got threatened for entrust boss which actually they had no grounds to arrest us on but we show they would arrest us and we would just wouldn't be charged later because it's private property so it's is. She civil not criminal mata chris. What do you think this says. I mean because it is the museum's decision. Would that be a decision made individually by the security team or would effectively the people that run the museum have to be involved in that decision thing so the kind of different levels within the museum and i i think would as potentially revealing his maybe a bit of division within the museum curator's and staff who are very engaged on these issues who want to sort of promote dividing discussion about climate change and then a bit of a disconnect with the board and the senior management and was seems to have happened at the weekends. Is this real change between actually a really good relationship style security at designed to facilitate young people in scientists. So the key state coaches the museum raising these concerns and then this will seemed like us really sudden about-turn where all of a sudden thirty to forty police officers marching into confronting young people and threatened them with arrest and they're actually needs to be a. I think a response from the science museum about who made that decision on wide if they make that decision and this really again going back to these findings news in museums ethics publicity. An what they claim to be for young people and scientists like is completely a- on smith out that needs to be some response to that and that's key in terms of your group is neat because it's your future that you are talking about here and it's also you know the the student con work has campaigned for responsibility throughout the educational system. Right you're asking for people of your age and younger to be told about climate in a realistic and honest way and that's not happening right y- definitely one of the kind of national demands was teach the future and there's a separate campaign Running around that to try and get climate change and ecological crisis within the education system like throughout the curriculum. It's definitely something. That's kind of cool to believe. The we need to be getting honest education around the climate crisis on the science museum. You'd think would be very much supportable. Thought given the like they are in educational institution on death for young people to understand about science. So the fact that like this. This exhibition is not being completely honest. About where we are with the climate crisis on actual like solutions the are just. I think it's made us more angry with what's happening especially when they've been going to use all placards which looks like we've kind of supportive of the exhibition and then yeah. I guess when we've tried to engage with them as students occupation wasn't the first tactic we used like we've used lots of different tactics including open letters. Petitions protests Yeah we've just constantly being ignored So i guess. Occupation was kind of a last resort. We're not giving up. We've still got. Yeah it was kind of an escalation from what we door you've been doing and the fact that that continuously ignoring us a now trying to like. I didn't push us back intimidate. I think it's backfiring on them. Is making us want to do this. Even more chris. Coach ron stained is constantly involved in educating people about the subject you'll monitoring response sees in terms of the public and wider. People in the museum community can say something about what kind of response you have had to the campaigns broadly because the the perception in the director the science museum's emails is that there is a small band of campaigners versus a wider. More sensible group of scientists and the public and you say something about. How accurate is that assertion. I mean quite simply it's it's entirely inaccurate and framing that comes up again and again and said device that the director of the science museum says the fossil fuel companies use in order to try and dismiss legitimate criticism and opposition. And we celebrate with the royal. Shakespeare company that was people who are legitimate stakeholders coaches about institution actors performance theater makers and in this case. It's the young people who go to the museum book with museum. Scientists like it's bizarre for him to dismiss people like professor ame rescues who wrote the book on the tobacco industry and fossil fuel industry spread misinformation about nutrition health impacts of tobacco but she can be dismissed an activist in this case. And so actually. It's a really broad spectrum of people. It's actually a quite a wide and greg movement and he's finding himself increasingly isolated so the southbank centre the national theatre the british film institute the national gallery of oriented politics show opens partnerships. Have come to an end and open renewed and in the netherlands the knee by science museum amsterdam. Just a a couple of months ago has ended its partnership defined cook museum. The compound that this is the trend. This is where the rest of the secretary out and percents museum. Israeli stunting alone hair and if anything the science museum the science museum should be the one acting on climate science said kind of lead in the transition and you are someone on the front line of protesting. I wonder could you say something about how covert has affected your ability to protest because of course it's an urgent crisis but in terms of the climate message it's been potentially damaging because because the world is suddenly focused on cove aid has has it affected your ability to to protest.
Activists Protest Shell Museum Sponsorship
"Chris before we talk about the specific actions last weekend. Can you set the context of the oil sponsorship at the science museum and recent events. Sure so there's a long history of oil sponsorship at the science museum as the energy gallery. Which a lot of people go to but some refers fl was actually designed in close collaboration with a team from ep and so when the science museum director is constantly saying there's no editorial influence or anything like that actually not an accurate picture till and at this point in time. Show is the real focus of the campaigning. Because it's the sponsor of this new exhibition of future planet on climate solutions on things like carbon capture and storage which fossil fuel companies often overstate in order to keep drilling from all oil and gas. But they're not the only one say back. The science museum opened one lab which is actually one allowed. The equitable battery and ecuador is the norwegian state oil and gas company and they have recently said. We're gonna continue increasing all out over the coming decade. The basically have no intention of getting to where we need to be to. Climate change anthon. Bp also remains a partner. The science museum is actually helping. Trading sunset Since stem education as well so the fossil fuel industry is deeply embedded in the museum and the director is very happy to defend and maintain relationships.
"landy" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"He's facing some good boxers most of them earlier in his career. When he's going up against aris landy lower and of course floyd mayweather since then he's spot more mink lofton more power puncher koto kinda back end of his career at that time so he hasn't face someone with those types of skills and i think saunders we know he's going to be up for it he's always up for big fights. He's often down for the lesser ones. But we know. We're going to get the best of billy joe saunders like we did against chris eubank and like we did against david lemieux so i think the best billy joe saunders has certainly has the ability over the course of twelve rounds to call. 'cause i don't know if he's going to be active enough to steal rounds. One thing there are two things that have quotas. I worked against cannella. In recent years there was galop. Power jab google often had has one of the stiffest strongest jabs and all of boxing in that second fight. Cannella one anyone. I thought deservedly. But he took a lot of power. Jasmine galapagos pumping it pumping it and pumping it and keeping at bay a little bit. Then there was the kovolev style kovolev. I don't think was winning the fight when it was knocked out. But he was throwing hundreds of japs he was just flying out there over and over and over again. I think saunders has an effective jab but can he do it with the consistency with the regularity that we saw kovolev could he do with more accuracy because sitting ringside for the kovolev fight. It was very clear that can elo. Who's defense is excellent. Was either gobbling up those punches or avoiding them with his head movement so it's a long way of saying gareth that i think he can cause problems but just like with kovalyov gluskin. I just feel like kamilo is eventually going to catch up with you. Encounter with made this point. And i know what you think about account smith to just said. I don't know that. If billy joe saunders has the power to get canals respects paraphrasing it a little bit there but basically talking about his power cove least theoretically had the power that can lead to be wary of if canals. Not afraid of your power. He's gonna keep walking you down and walking down absorbing some of your jabs and hammering you with big head and say that's the massive thing in this he's got to either hurt cannella at some point or totally get respect totally respects so that canelo isn't walking through firepower or walking through punches because he will You mentioned areas. Landy laura there. I think that's a really good comparison because he's got a similar even though. It's a cuban style. Billy in his words has the gypsy style which is been doing it since he was five years old completely. Comfortable as saying the office but laura zaveri similar type of opponents. Laura south as well wasn't he and he gave an he gave canal issues. But it's not six years ago. I was out in the fight hunger. I think it was seven. I think probably both. We'll probably both at them..
Rantanen scores twice as Avalanche blank Sharks 4-0
"Time with Kay at his home studio talking about a fantastic avalanche win. My brother Marty. Everyone loves a good redemption story when the opportunity arises like it did for Avalanche goalie for the group our he took advantage of his chance. After allowing 56 goals. San Jose scored Monday. The Shark tank he came in last night. As as teammates blank. The sharks for nothing grew be stopped. All 26 shots became his way, was clearly pleased with the outcome. Postgame, however, response compared to last game. I think everybody everybody Obrecht hard 60 minutes we didn't have, like five minutes, pressure on them and then 15 minutes and our own zone, So it was really good. It's not about always like the points where the goals of the assist you were you score and have it's It's about the team and helping the team Ben and I think That was really good game from that top line. Forward me go ranting and game Landeskog each notch four points me go scoring twice. Landy lit the lamp for his third consecutive game convention. Sam Gerard scored the other Colorado goal tomorrow night. The has returned home to kick off nine in a row. Ballerinas. Ducks come to town, The
"landy" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Is a need for bull attempts to turn industries on their head yet. Experimentation can help avoid costly mistakes that bit of care can save millions of dollars thousands of hours in time compute and go after what the market truly desires. Many organizations. see it as money. When it truly isn't especially to bet on the future that worked for you when one does decide to embark on experimentation. There are a multitude of complexities an unknown to be concerned about from sample sizes in sample makeup to analysis of results. A lot of physicians go into any experiment but the key lies in how you decipher data and analyze results. Much of the results are studied as black and white and therein lies the problem without regard to the assumptions that brought about those results results need to be reviewed to gather insights into what changes to make what would work. And what would not any experimentation should begin with clear. Goals established stakeholder by -bility to execute on the experiment and gather reliable results and finally extract value from the investment. Practicality is key when you look at the purpose of any experiment but when pursuing notation it might just be the long pole in the tent. Costs may not be balanced in earlier parts of experimentation and having a vision of where you want to go is white through and sustaining such expenditure early on sometimes. The existing businessmen need to suffer in one of a better future. And that's a decision to be made. It's also possible that the results you get may be different from those you pursue yet. They may open up new avenues to go after. It's helpful to have an open mind to pivot. Rigidity has no place in experimentation the more fluid and flexible. You are the more you get out of it. Any experiment is futile. Without stakeholder commitment to go all the way and where results not make sense you should be willing to walk away and look somewhere else despite the expense. There are no results. That a futile mind. You the inform your strategy though there might dictate a change. It's important for everyone in walk to recognize that experiments are often agenda to learn and move forward. They are expected to chart a future. Pack and help formulate your organizational priorities about everything else. Every experiment is to test certain predictions and they may either be validated or not. Either result is wiped out to take note of sometimes. An experiment is just not doable. Due to the expanse of samples needed our costs involved. In such instances creativity helps info results but techniques that can wreck you get there with lesser import but reliability of results should never be compromised when it comes to making trade offs between reliability cost and time never let go of reliability experiments stand validated with repetitions. Repetition also helps with the accuracy of results and as a result leads to reliable even if at a smaller scale repetitions help establish veracity of results. And from these results you'll get the value. You see what works when and where is the question that it helps answer even understanding. You're cutting bell. Perations can rely heavily on these results. Most importantly they helped formulate better decisions. Why experimentation is just the tip of the iceberg true value lies in the data these experiments for light and the able to allies understand. Such data experimentation doesn't just lead to better ways of execution but also helps smarter decision making improved performance and the ability leading in the market. I hope you liked that episode and are enjoying all episodes in plan b. success podcasts. I encourage you to go subscribe on your favorite platform but had any listening platform or youtube. Or wherever you to podcasts. Made show you subscribe so that you enjoy this content and extract from it. What serves you best would benefit you in your own life. Who has no professional business. Whatever it might be plan b dot. Life is the website where you can go in order to find any episode that you'd like to listen to three times a week. We release episodes. I being an inspiring interview. Someone who's done it been there done that can inspire you go after what you want to achieve every monday. That's the episode that gets released on then on wednesdays and fridays who pick a topic and we talk about it in order to benefit you in your personal professional life at the same time. If you're someone who's interested in learning more about these concepts just someone was interested in podcasting as well. Go checkout landy. Success who dot dot com. That's where all the online courses are. You can learn and benefit from them there as well. A bunch of free courses is a bunch of eight courses. start with the free ones. Get to learn what you aspired to limb and if you wanted to delve deeper and you can sign up for the other ones. Thank.
"landy" Discussed on Plan B Success
"You the hope to get back in again. I hope you like that episode and enjoying old episodes in plan b. success podcasts. Iron grade you go subscribe on your favourite platform but it's any listening platform or youtube or wherever you listen to podcasts. Made sure you subscribe so that you enjoyed content and extract from it. What serves you best. Were benefits you in your own life. Who's no professional business. Whatever it might be plan b dot. Life is the website where you can go in order to find any soda judicial accuracy to three times a week release episodes. I being an inspiring interview. Someone who's done it been there done that and can inspire you go after what you want to achieve every monday. That's the absorb that gets released then on wednesdays and fridays a topic and we talk about it in order to benefit you in your personal and professional life at the same time. If you're someone who's interested in learning more about these concepts just someone was interested in podcasting as well. Go checkout landy. Success school doubt inky fake dot com. That's where all the online courses are. You can live and benefit from them there as well was a bunch of free courses. Doesn't mention eight courses. Start with the free ones. Get land work. You aspire to land and if you wonder delve deeper and you can sign up for the other ones. Thank.
"landy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Stanford University says If a vaccine is developed by a drug company soon, frontline workers will be the first in line like a lot of it is gonna depend on when the vaccine becomes widely available, and whether we're able to distribute it widely to people, But look, the frontline workers, the medical professionals, they're going to get it first. A Z should because they're the ones who are dealing with this every day. Dr Landy Chan, it's Stanford. He tells the Salem radio network that several vaccines for covert 19 are in development talked of that other Bhakti potentially coming online as well, not just the size of one. But there's another one that's being produced by Madonna that we're also getting potentially good data on thin. The future is very promising. Prince Charles calling for Britain and Germany to remember their long and close ties. Now that the U. K tries to find its place outside then alongside the European Union, his appeal during a visit to attend Germany's traditional day of remembrance, part of Britain's diplomatic outreach. Breaking news and analysis. Tent town. Hold on calm New Jersey is upping its efforts to force chemical companies to pay for decades of contamination of waterways by substances, including the so called Forever chemical. The chemicals were used to stay improved clothing and produced nonstick cookware that have become ubiquitous in everyday life. State of sued three companies alleging they've failed to clean up and in some instances continue to release chemicals that have polluted water at opposite ends of the state and Edgewater and West Deptford. The substances are sometimes called forever chemicals because they did not break down and accumulate in the air, water, soil and even fish that is correspondent Jeremy House. Norway.
Must Have Shrubs With Ken Druse
"This time to try to narrow down our list of must have shrubs to the real standouts and tell us why i can margaret. I know you'll never get it to three. It's funny you said that because when we first started talking about it you said one and both of us that we can't pick one. Can we even pick three right So which of your books. We always give copy of what looks only talk on the show at with the transcript of the show. What do you think i mean. Is this one for shade gardeners this one for. What's this one for a cheat garden shade garden would be a good a good one. That's always a huge hit so good good. Good good So we're at you. And i in our lives are at what a another expert friend says is the shrub season of our lives which is sort of rather than crawling around dealing with lots of fussy high maintenance perennials. It's kinda great to have some big fillers like mature shrubs to do a lot of showing off and yet not ask a lot of us. So where do we begin. What's a shroud. i guess. Well a strobe is a multi stemmed plant of woody plant and i guess that's sort of describes a tree would have one trunk one stem herbaceous plants die down to the ground soft tissues and shrub is a woody plant. That is bushy bush. I don't like that word for describing his trip but it's rub can be bushy. Okay okay and we should say before we start naming our desert island trump's that we didn't include khanna first because really that can that's a whole other conversation So many shapes and colors and textures among those so Do you remember your first. Trump been is still there and is it a favourite or it didn't make the list. Well i get. I get to pick three right okay. You want me to tell you. My first well you said conifers. And i'm not going to talk about converse but my one of my favorites shrubs is. Evergreen is a what is called a broad lead evergreen and it's a bucks it's a kind of boxwood. I have too many of them. And it's a box with semper barons. Graham blondie yes and it is one of the most colome ner plants i've ever seen really but It's a shrub and it's minor. There's probably i have some. That are like seven feet tall and fifteen inches. Wanted if you can imagine that. They're they're like punctuation marks. You know they're like exclamation marks in the garden. And as i said. I have too many because when i first got i always wanted them and then a nursery not too far from here a lot of them. Nobody bought them and the price kept going lower and lower and lower. I think i have made. I may have twentieth them when they were eight dollars a piece. Wow that's a lot of exclamations. A long time. I know and i i also keep moving them. I just moved three boy Son they want son you know. I'm sure they would love son. But i have all my box with. I don't have any full sun. But i have some of my boxwoods in quite a bit of shade and they stay calendar. Sometimes i tie them up because the snow might split them a little bit or you know splayed them. They don't break. But i do. I do tai the ones that are floppy up for the winter. And i love it if you says boxwood called graham. Landy columbia okay. I don't actually have any evergreen things at all on my list whether broadleaf or coniferous And i was thinking when we started this conversation today on the phone that my first trump passion was the genus vibe burnham. In back in the day we had a lot of divi burnham's like the double file and so forth that turned out to be kind of invasive and a lot of areas of the country. So i don't grow those anymore. But lately i've been cultivating more and more native ones like the maple leaf a full liam then tatum the arrow would and so forth So that was kind of where my shrub journey began. But the thing. I have the most of you said you have a lot of grand. Blondie is winter. Barry holly speaking of things. And i don't know what came over me. I mean it was the birds that came over me early on here in this rural place having been grown up in the city. You know coming here meeting all the birds and knowing that learning that they liked some of them liked fruit and that the native hollies were one of the ways to fuel the migration in the wintertime. And i planted about forty five or fifty of them in three very large groups in different directions toward the perimeter of the property but in different directions where i can see them from key windows in the house at a distance in the winter and all different varieties and Big ones small ones. I got a lot of fruit and birds a like very much. And yeah so waxwings and robins like in you know hunt flocks at one hundred or whatever at a time will come in right around now november ish and again to pick over at At the first snowfall and so forth and they'll strip them all pretty early on but one trick with winterbourne. Hollies if you want some that will last longer for your visual interest. The non red varieties they. The birds leave them longer. They're not as interested in them. So many yellowish orange ones and so the lighter colored ones and the winter
"landy" Discussed on Bill and Andy Try To Recover
"And we're back our back Susic to bitches. Well, this kind of a Halloween special is it is it I think we're back though, right I looked. So we just started this whole whole and Andy recovers like just to make it through the beginning of this pandemic and what's crazy is the people who listen and when I see him I don't streets. They'll be like, Hey, man wins season two coming down the Pike Sam M is surprised me. We were in a meeting one days when the hell am I getting another Bill Landy try to recover I'd like Hell I don't know we we. We do this. We just kind of wing it and then Thank you for listening but. We, got we got a lot of listeners. What. How many countries isn't that? Thirteen Like Twenty Twenty Cup, I, didn't know there was twenty three countries. Well, they just made it goes passed a law. It's going through Congress right now I think Pelosi has to pass it, but they grab countries. No. But we were just talking on the Porch Day in. This episode and it's Halloween everything's getting scurry scarf. And we were talking about how we used to be scary. Jerry, I just saw a picture on facebook his mom God love her she. She posts a picture of Andy in pretty much naked in a two and you're thinking when he was little no sir, he's in his twenties when this happened. Drugs. A lot of awesome they do they really do a lot of embarrassing. Jimmy this house was a post, the house GONNA eat later you're not nope not now I knew it was young because he's got a lot. He's just a sexy guy with a lot of tattoos on big beard and he had no tattoos and this picture on my twelve..
"landy" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"I just you know I see so many of these retired drag cars like the project car of the week this week. You know it didn't have the crazy graphics on it and it looked like just a grass roots. You know drag car that somebody had fun with on the weekends and I. Think it's awesome. But for me I'd have to be able to drive on the street to just so that I can show people what those cars were all about in their heyday, and that's something you don't see too often. I've never seen Dick Landy. Tribute car on the street. I've never seen a sox and Martin tribute car on the street. You know, but I have seen drag cars that people found and revived. At shows and let me tell you I've seen it firsthand. Those people will walk right pass to win car to look at this x drag car. That is still period correct, and it blows my mind, but that's kind of what inspired me I was at a show in Oregon, and I saw this guy who had a demon. That was as vintages you could get and I fell in love with that thing, and that's what clicked. The idea of Gosh I really WanNa, see more of these vintage drag cars. If you're out there, listening to this hopefully, maybe now you'll reconsider some of these drag cars. Then you know are in need of restoration and need to be revived. Hopefully you go. Okay, maybe I'll take that job on because these cars need to be saved. That's all there is to it and they're cool. I don't think I've ever met anybody. That's Sina vintage drag car. Even a magazine just didn't say. Wow, that's cool. You know what I mean, a gearhead, a true gearhead, and you know like I, said Mo Pars are just. The history is littered with drag racing. So it's part of our culture. Drag racing is and especially the vintage stuff, so let's keep it alive. And if you are interested in building a MO- Padre car whether vintage or a modern version. One thing I would suggest is going to visit my friends over ready chassis. You can find them at ready chassis dot shop. That's our EA D.,.
"landy" Discussed on KTRH
"A log and I'm all right Jack that are really funky back the you know to do all this may have more movie themes in anybody thank you dear now that I think about it Willis say you get your name yeah you got danger zone your guide Footloose right I wonder if anybody else has three movie theme songs Randy go ahead from rocky Dennis line now what that's called gonna slap the hell okay I you know the name of it I just love it what are you doing Landy sandy and I'm driving to Rockdale Texas to do what Hey my cat you have not seen him since I was a little girl welcome now to get together today well she lives living here time that we could figure out what you're going to have lunch we're going to have lunch we're gonna look at stuff from ancestry did you bring a a photo album I can photo albums and more it'll all be digital I'm not saying that's necessarily a bad thing because then you can send a picture easily but the photo albums were I don't know it just feels weird like how do you not have photo homes anymore Joe go ahead the good the bad the ugly I any Marconi of course.
"landy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We really stand out like every would we when all there should be little that no politician should be elected as part of the game from here on out interesting take thanks Derek and have a great new year I don't know I kinda like continuing to do coast to coast because you know when you run for politics if you're on the air you'll have to you know take a leave of absence or resign in order to run the campaign you can't be on the year and be a candidate are you just can't and gosh I wouldn't want to give this up no but you know hopefully we'll get some more people in there that do some intriguing things to help us in this country that that is sure we're gonna continue with open lines and predictions we've got any in Alabama and the you had a prediction last year as well they can cities in China your I think you might be right it's like a series with nobody living there enough space for thousands and thousands of people in there and I just found out today that China is now building more cities in Africa there's nobody in there thank you for taking my call I would like to give my prediction for twenty twenty and I would like for bail in west Hartford Connecticut to know that I've been praying for him for years and now he says he he said at one time he was an atheist yes he is he continues to say that but what's your prediction any I believe that one paid for real solid player sanction lawsuit against the measure hello phone company for discrimination against the handicapped by strong violation of the telecommunications act of nineteen ninety six it should include fifty four which the as then in addition to scoring the phone has to be excess water Landy cancels cuts that have push.
Russia's undaunted voice of dissent
"The Russian activists Alexei Navalny has been a thorn in the side of President Vladimir Putin for a decade now. He's brave persecution. He's been imprisoned and yet he seems don't Klis correspondent Max. Seddon met him for lunch in a food court in Moscow recently league. Max is on the line now with me to discuss his impressions but first I'd like to open with a clip from the meeting. which gives a flavour of the character of the man? Another big Mac this my Russians rather rudimentary. What what he's saying here so we were wandering around the food court where he took me for lunch which is just across the street from his office in slightly out out of the way but rapidly gentrifying art a southeastern Moscow and this is the sort of place that even if it didn't exist in Russia they've had food around the world from your burgers ears Pasta Sushi to dahgestani dumplings and who's back Pilaf and other things and saying is a place like this that shows you in his mind that Russia As a whole could the really made it economically if it weren't for Putin and he described nisus glass ceiling that's more like a hideous moldy Soviet ceiling the Stop Russia from economically developing. Stick Landy Patillo. Then is a mere ski navy of the numbers suggest that he thinks that despite the huge spike in wealth in the first two years of Putin's rule which was mostly due to rising oil prices. He views the last two decades lost decades because he Says that so much has been stolen. That could have gone towards economic development and there are so many repressive rules and regulations that are holding it back. You've covered Russia for quite a while. Now these are quite strong and outspoken. Remarks how rat is it for a Russian activist to speak out like this. How brave is it to speak out like this I? I interviewed Navan nebout seven years ago in the thing. That is really remarkable about him when you speak to him as I've done many times sense. Sense is just how much breath of fresh air he is. Compared to your official Russian politicians who come from the Soviet bureaucratic addict tradition. They are very bad at talking to normal people in on manage settings you almost never see them give interviews to the independent media where they might says difficult questions. The volney grew up completely outside the system. He someone who was formed by the Internet and by the street and even compared to other people in the opposition and he's a very charismatic person. And this is what is really set them apart even amongst all the pressure that he faces to become the undisputed most popular challenger the Putin in the last few years ears. You say you've known him for a while you've covered rushing for awhile. Tell us how he entered politics. I mean what made him take on this role not only art Ukrainian on his father's side and he has relatives who live near Chernobyl outside Kiev in Ukraine for the first ten years his life up until the blast itself itself in Nineteen eighty-six. He will go and stay with his grandmother. Who lived in this village right near the nuclear power station and the aftermath of fat that we know so well the incompetent Soviet attempts to cover that were very big part of what shaped him because he doesn't have any of this nostalgia for the Soviet Union that Putin has been very big on a lot of people older than the volume has just forty three share? He was very much convinced by this early childhood experience that the system was wrong in the future. Russia's move away from it as far as possible more towards a European liberal democracy as he sees it the other thing. He told me that really shaped him was when he was already in his late twenties he he was working pro. Bono was a lawyer for an opposition party but it was official opposition party in Russia. There are the official parties. who were there to create a semblance of a real political system? They're really they facto controlled by the Kremlin the end. The parties themselves are run like Chiefdoms. Just like Putin's own party and the leaders are these many Putin's and he was working on Moscow City Council elections thousand five and ran against Russia's incredibly corrupt court system. Any said gradually just made him so furious that he became even activist. It's quite a story. I mean you say. He's not nostalgic for the Soviet Union. Interestingly he is though it seems something of a Russian nationalist. Can you talk us through who they send what influence it has on him. And how nationalist is he. Welna volley was actually kicked out of the Liberal Party that he was a member of in two thousand seven for his nationalist nationalist views. Of the sort that you would never hear discussed in polite company among liberals in Moscow and the US the express were very different from from the nationalism that you might think of associated with Putin which is more of the Soviet imperial stout in the Valdez was much more. Russian ethnic Chauvinism Virjee into race says. I'm against people. From the periphery of the Soviet Empire. So the caucasus-chechen Augustan and places in Central Asia Pakistan Cure Augustan Tajikistan stamp who provide millions of laborers who come and do construction jobs. And other things like that in Moscow the center of the Empire and he filmed in some pretty startling videos including one which showed him comparing people from the Caucasus. The cockroaches and mocking shooting them with a gun. He spent several years organizing organizing this annual nationals rally which was attended by all sorts of Neo Nazis and skinheads as well as other people at one of these rallies he used an anti Semitic blood libel trope to talk about Jewish guards. Did you talk about this of your lunch. Does he apologize for any of this. We did. This is something that the money is criticized for quite a lot even though no it's not really very big part of this program anymore. E only really says he wants if these regime for guests laborers from Central Asia but he has no regrets his explanation was that in two two thousand seven. There was this enormous gap between living standards in Russia's back Stan and millions of people were coming from Central Asia to work in Russia and it was a big political issue so the message disorder by rhetoric was a way of trying to get people interested. Max The interview you did with Nevada was for a weekly lunch with the F. T. Slot which normally unfolds in fanny a predictable lines could a swanky restaurant. Just two people the F. T. journalists and the interviewee this was rather different. You joined by someone feel interview view. Can you tell us about this weirdly enough. This is my third lunch with the F. T. that I've done in every single time I've been joined by someone who I don't expect to be there. And this time we were followed by the troll who apparently works for one of the fake news farms run by a Guinea per goes in the Kremlin caterer who runs the infamous Saint Petersburg troll factory. So you walked out of the office building. This guy yelled Alexei. Can you tell us where do you buy your okay involved. He told him to get lost. And the guy follow this rounds we wandered around the food court court and then when we bought our food then sat at the table across from us and watched us through the entirety. The two hour interview and you know all the said for the last six nine months or so ever since his foundation started investigating promotions catering contracts needs people who've been following him and his family around everywhere they go was he listening to you or oh just sitting there to be kind of threatening ish. It was more intimidation. I mean this was someone who was twenty five at most maybe younger and it's not being paid a lot of money to do this but the point is clearly just to harass him the entire time. He is trying to laugh about it he said. It's a good way the practice Zen but he came pretty close snapping a few times and it was obviously of your family's being harassed like that. He's accused promotion of being behind a physical assault assault with arm bar on husband one of his top aides. I mean the impression you get from this story and from other accounts in the valleys life is is that the pressure he faces is utterly relentless and he's been facing this for a long time how does he keep going one of the questions. I've asked many many times over the years. He always finds himself. Trying to explain is your. Why aren't you in jail? Why aren't you dead? And the answer is best as anyone until seem speed. The he's almost almost become too big to jail because when they tried to do it in twenty thirteen he was sentenced to
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B. I. Russia collusion case is expanding based on the findings of the U. S. attorney John Durham twenty by a tree general William Barr in may the investigation now has global reach with term recently traveling to Britain in Italy to pursue surveillance leads as well as working with Australian authorities the investigation also adding more agents more resources for an expanded timeline which now stretches from the spring of twenty sixteen to may twenty seventeen when the president fired FBI director James call me and then deputy Attorney General rob Rosenstein appointed special counsel Robert Muller based on my two decades covering intelligence and law enforcement the expanded during probe indicates that he has found evidence that likely points to criminal wrongdoing by reputation Durham is not a prosecutor to ask for more help if there is simply no there there separately administration officials tell fox news there is new scrutiny of the molar appointment coordination between Rosenstein and more in the days before the announcement as well as allegations Rosenstein offer to wear a wire and secretly record the president which he has publicly denied multiple administration officials tell fox news that when Miller met with the president on may sixteenth twenty seventeen he wasn't he pursuing the post left open by the firing of call me a week earlier and they say newly released records backup the White House account during his congressional testimony on the Russia probe Moore said he was not applying for a second term as FBI director he said he was there's also the present input on the required skill Sean now I I point out that Mr Durham who's working for Mr bar is a very serious man as is Mister Barr very competent and they're pursuing the mysterious professor myth said all right remember that name the mysterious professor Mister he is the professor who addled upside let to George Papadopoulos in Italy in March of twenty sixteen then the professor goes off and leaves what many people think chorus of false flag trail to Russia a travel to Russia yeah I've been arrested twice that doesn't make me a Russian spy that's what the allegation is that Papadopoulos's being courted by Russians by the mysterious professor myths and then Mr pops up in London and sidles up to bump it up once again whispers that the Russians are got all of your email a couple of months past Papadopoulos in may have been a couple of drinks with a couple of unnamed Australians tells the Australians US government the the it tells the Australians that the Russians have Hillary's emails again sold secondhand turned out based on the professor said and a couple months later the Australians tell the US government this in in July the F. B. I. opens a counter intelligence investigation against the trump campaign using jumped up five awards that's what dirhams looking at that sequence of events by extending it out that means he's looking at what call me and McKay dead during and after the transition Bravo Bravo now I don't know we can come up with don't jump to conclusions wait for the report meanwhile yesterday pats of baloney I've only met Patsy Bologna once wanna impressive guy and his deputy Kate Todd one impressive gal together they are too impressive lawyers in the White House counsel's office and yesterday they unleashed a Corker directed the speaker Pelosi and the members of the variety of committees the dance band that backs up bad people OC did you ever go to a high school dance to in your entire life of course I used to DJ high school do what no no didn't ever of a band now you never went to one of the high school band always aegis okay well that then your your usual go go home again this is he can't contribute Adam did you ever go to a high school band concert no no Ben did you ever go to a band concert at a high school never I have three completely they stay home every night they were at home on Friday night and Saturday night they never went out in my day in the seventies high school kids put together garage band didn't you I I did I smoke on the water was the first song that I mastered on my bass does anyone have smoke on the water handy it's the original yeah.