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Fresh update on "latin" discussed on BBC Newsday
"This took place in this synagogue, which were led to believe in by the police and authorities was under construction, and local authorities say that they had warned the organizer's that it was unsafe and that the event took place despite permits not being given. Benjamin Netanyahu, The Israeli prime minister, has said that he's praying for those injured. Local police have blamed negligence for this and say that arrests will be made. I think it's important to note that this no link being made between any of the conflict that was seeing in the region, but this does come just over two weeks after 45 people lost their lives in a crusher. Religious festival in northern Israel. Both of these events was supposed be celebrations festivals and they turned into tragedies and this is surely going to post questions for the organizer's and also for the authorities. Gareth Barlow. You're listening to the BBC World Service. Daniel has the headlines. Israeli aircraft bombarding targets in the Gaza Strip at the start of the second week of hostilities with Palestinian militants. More rockets have been fired towards southern Israel. The shortage of supplies suffered by the global covert vaccine sharing scheme is worsening because of the crisis in India. And independent and opposition candidates in Chile appear on course to win most seats on the body that will rewrite the country's military era constitution. Yes, more than half off the votes have now been counted on a new constitution was a key demand of protesters who took to the streets two years ago demanding an end to inequalities. Are America's editor Leona to Russia, says the vote is hugely in significant. Chili was a country that was split in the middle between the left and the right. Because of its tragic history. What happened in 1973, with General Pinochet taking over in the previous Socialist presence of other lands, killing himself in the presidential palace in that has basically marked the recent history of chili and since democracy was restored in 1990, the constitution that was written during the military government off General Pinochet, there has been a big stumbling block in what the opposition and in many other people said, is that It was a constitution that basically validated all the new liberal policies off the military regime. For example, there was restrictions on on the government spending money on patients on health and education that was meant to be for the private sector. And what you have. Chili is probably the most advanced economy in Latin America he's seen from the outside is a wealthy country, but the inequality rate is probably the highest in the region. So the 10% of reaches people in Chile. They own a lot off the assets and young people who didn't live through the dictatorship who were born after all, with a very young, They don't accept that and we have Ways after waves of protests and people demanding better education, better health care, and that's what they finally managed to achieve. With. Let's vote for a new constitution and even president of Assam, Piniella was right wing president said. Well, let's hope we find a solution and we can move on. Do you know to Russia? They continuing covert crisis in India has put the Kovacs scheme in jeopardy. India is the largest manufacturer off vaccines for the World Wide Initiative. Set up to ensure that poorer countries are not priced out of the global race for coronavirus jabs, but it hasn't made any of its scheduled shipments since the Prime Minister Narendra Modi blocked exports in March in a blow to dozens of nations are global health correspondent should it miss under reports as India's devastating outbreak rages on exports of lifesaving covert 19 vaccines Continue being diverted within the country's borders. The Kovac scheme, which many poorer countries rely on is now 140 million doses short. That number is expected to rise to 190 million by the end of June Ad of the G seven summit in the UK next month. UNICEF is calling for the seven rich and powerful countries to donate 20% of their own domestic supplies. In June, July and August to help plug the deficit, the U. N agency said this would make 153 million doses available to poorer countries. So far, France is the only G seven country to have already shared some of its domestic supply. It's pledged to provide half a million doses by mid June. The UK has ordered enough doses to Philly vaccinate its population three times over and says it, too, will share doses, but hasn't said when UNICEF and other international health agencies say the doses are needed Now. They warned that what's happening in India could play out in other countries to increasing the risk of more deadly or contagious variants emerging as most of the world remains unvaccinated. And this all comes as the pandemic crisis in India shows no sign of abating, union officials say. Least 1600 school teachers have died from covert 19 after manning the polls during local elections last month in the most popular state who to prudish Teachers were expected to work his election monitors, despite many of them asking to be excused. International correspondent Orla Gerren reports.
Fresh update on "latin" discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
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Fresh update on "latin" discussed on C-SPAN Programming
"Could you just address that briefly? Yeah, I think a Z. Jeremy has said this pandemic Scott knock on effects on every single thing. We do what we've seen on the HIV AIDS side. We've seen a decrease in testing. It's harder for people to get their medicines. We've seen reductions and violent Female circumcision, which is key for preventive have far and indeed the global fund have tried to pivot to compensate for some of those potential losses. How do we make it easier for people to access their V's? How do we do the extra work to make sure that people can safely travel to undertake prevention and other measures s Oh, there's a real focus on it. But you are absolutely right, sir, that this pandemic is potent enough that not only are we seeing the first increase in extreme Already worldwide in 20 years were also likely to see some setbacks on the HIV and AIDS from Thank you, Mr Chairman. Thank you. With thanks to the chair. Senator Kane is recognized. Thank you, Mr Chair. And what an important hearing and I'm glad to have these witnesses before us. I think one of the challenges that we often deal with across government is the U. S wants to do everything but we don't want to fund everything. And so we fund part of everything, and then we spread it so thin that we can't make that kind of impact that we want and I think when it comes The vaccine diplomacy. We have some significant and hard decisions to make about prioritization. I'd like to enter into the record of a new article from The Miami Herald dated April 27 2021. The title of It is, as Biden rolls out US vaccine diplomacy He needs to start in our own hemisphere. I'd like to enter that into the record without objection. Let me just read a paragraph from this. That is two paragraphs that are troubling since the covert 19 outbreak, the presidents of China and Russia in Latin America and The Caribbean has expanded significantly a few months into the pandemic. China capitalized on the moment to announce a $1 billion loan to the region to facilitate vaccine access today through three of its domestically develop vaccines. Sign of acts sign of farm and Can Sino Chinese vaccine diplomacy extends to a dozen countries in the region Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Honduras, Mexico Panama in Venezuela are using Russia's Sputnik five vaccine in a regional first Argentina's on the cusp of beginning its Own mass production of the Russian made vaccine and their diplomatic gestures do not go on notice. Mexican President Andre Men will Lopez over it or in Argentina's Alberto Fernandez are just two of the region's leaders have publicly thanked China and Russia for their help. The U. S. Has made a commitment with about 60 million vaccines to focus on other countries. And I think it's committed four million of those vaccines to Mexico. I think 2.7 million in Mexico and 1.3 million to Canada. But my worry is with China and Russia investing so heavily in vaccine diplomacy in the US if we're not going into the Bolivia's and Argentina's and Honduras is and other nations This is gonna be a very, very serious challenge for us. And so I I guess I would like to ask you in particular. What will the administration do or what might you recommend? They do to prioritize of vaccinations in the Americas, some of the likely travel patterns back and forth or more likely to be intense from the Americas to the United States, because so many folks in the region have family members living here. I think they're I think there would be a lot of kind of objective data that would suggest a prioritization of this hemisphere. Two of our top three trade partners in the world are in the region. But talk to me about how we should prioritize the Americas. As we look at our vaccine diplomacy efforts center. I think we need to do three things at the same time. I think there is absolute merit in making the case about our own hemisphere defects the United States directly Uh, and the activities of Russia and China, Uh, I would have to describe his robust but very cynical State department Global covered response coordinator Gayle Smith. And so I think we need to take a look at that and figure out how to respond. One thing I would say, is that one of the ways to respond is to make clear that the United States sees vaccines as tools for ending a pandemic and not as tools to twist people's arms. We're trying to secure political influence. E think The second thing we've got to do, though, is also at the same time look globally because as we've seen in India as we look at surges and other areas and given mobility today in the Indian variant is in multiple countries already and we're going to face that constant cycle of surges in the transmissibility of new variants. We've got to be focused on particular areas. But we've also got to be focused on. How do we lead the effort to start to get the global coverage we need? The third thing is on supply. Which is why we've got such a focus on. How can we increase supply? Um, as we are considering the allocation of the AZ doses and other things we may do on that front. We are taking a look at geography. Absolutely. While we also try to keep an eye on. How do we make sure we're starting to get that global coverage that's needed to seal.
Fresh update on "latin" discussed on Always In Fashion
"I mean like a happy meal. Kate Moss, most famous model of the world said nothing tastes as good as skinny feels. Well, when I think of Kate Moss, I immediately think of you. You know, this is what I really makes me happy. And I was thinking about this the other day. With people getting vaccinated things opening up again, they say in the city in September, they're opening up all of Broadway. I miss movie theaters. The idea of going to a great movie, a blockbuster movie on opening night. Packed crowd, and it's excellent one of the happiest moments of my life. I think about it Avengers Endgame one of most successful movies of all time going to opening night of that. Oh, it was euphoric. Now. I wonder if when I'm going to get that again. What do you think you will not see me in a movie theater for the very long, foreseeable future? I don't think that's happening. I think I think it's a dangerous zone. Even if you're vaccinated. Don't get me started. I'm in a happy mood. Don't get me started here, right after all is said and done, my friends, Ladies and gentlemen. Gotta say this just as a public service one get vaccinated to count your blessings, things they're coming back three Don't ever, ever, ever misinterpret misunderstand the small things in life because they're really the big ones. Less been at least as a human try and appreciate When people do good things for you be back in a moment, Always in fashion thistles, Mork Whipper. I remember so clearly when Donna Karen hit the scene. It was explosive. She was one of the most dynamic designers in the history of the world, and how product was very, very different for anything anyone in America had ever seen. She was modern. She was New York. She was vibrant. When you looked at the business in those days, there are companies like Ralph Polo or Tommy Hilfiger on Orica great traditional American brands, but no one identified modern. You wanted modern you had to find George Armani. Black was the basis of his presentation and everything about it had a European chic to it. Latin America Until Donna came. Donald was a New York life resident. Understood the pace of the city. Understood what it was like to live in the city that never sleeps. That goes 24 7. Donna invented DK and y Donna Karen, New York. I'll never forget the first time I saw it. I was in London and they had built a magnificent for Flory store and a building with an open roof. A glass ceiling glass ceiling, I suppose, representing, we're changing the way things are done. DK and why was frankly nothing short of extraordinary. Both men and both for women. Black was the basis of the brand, although there many colors played off the palate. And they all look good against black. Let's face it. We live active lifestyles. We get up in the morning. We do different things We work We play evenings is about entertaining as seeing the best that New York has too often, he can. Why Officer collection immense wearing women's wear but footwear accessories. Suits, shirts, ties women's sports where women's activewear That speaks to the lifestyle that goes with you wherever you want to go, and it's always modern. It's always contemporary. It's always at the forefront of what fashion should be. With the New York lifestyle in mind. I've lived the life I was the chairman and CEO Donna Karen. I understood what that brand man and I can tell you. If you want to step out, and you want to walk away from your traditional routes, If you want to be modern, you want to make a statement of elegance but in the New York kind of way with sophistication Of New York. As a person who understands all the city has to offer and all the modern lifestyle in America is about.
Are Banks Getting Nervous About Competition From DeFi?
"What's going on guys. It is thursday may sixth and today we are asking whether banks are getting nervous about competition from defy first step however. Let's do the brief. I on the brief today makoto. Lebron is the latest company to add bitcoin to its balance sheet. This is a massive latin-american e commerce and fintech company. You may remember them for being one of the founding members of the libra association and then leaving that association a few months later. It's a company that is based in argentina but listed on nasdaq they announce as part of their q one reporting the they had added seven point. Eight million dollars worth of bitcoin to their balance sheet now in some ways. This isn't that surprising. Ricardo libra has a long history of interaction with bitcoin. In two thousand fifteen the integrated. Bitcoin is a payment option on their makoto. Pago platform just last week. The company announced a real estate platform exclusively for properties available for sale and bitcoin launching with seventy five initial properties. Some on twitter pointed out that a latin american company investing in bitcoin to protect itself from currency devaluation was even more poignant than some of its american counterparts given how frequently bouts of inflation have destroyed savers in places like mocatta libraries home of argentina and speaking of latin american unicorns. The mexico based crypto exchange. Bit so has just raised a new round of funding that values at two point. Two billion dollars making it. The first latin american crypto unicorn. Next up on the brief today a digital has bought bit go for one point two billion dollars one of the key things. We've been watching here at the break. Down is crypto emanate. Emanate can tell us a lot about wearing. Industry is when times are tough as a survival strategy for companies that might otherwise go under when times are good as often. Something very different. This time around. There are two broad categories. I'm seeing. I is a joining of forces not because one party is at risk of dying but because together they see more chance to win important category
Judge Strikes Down Federal Moratorium on Evictions
"Hold on evictions during pandemic, saying the CDC didn't have the authority marketplaces. Nova Sappho is here. What's the immediate effect? Well, David. The judge struck down the evictions moratorium, but then granted a stay on her ruling after that, so right now no immediate effect, while the Justice Department appeals The CDC moratorium is still in effect. The concern is what happens shouldn't appeal court struck down the moratorium, too. Then we could start to see some serious consequences. We spoke about this with Emily Ben for She chairs the American Bar Association's covert 19 Task Force Committee on Eviction. It has the potential to cause widespread eviction to open the floodgates to increase. Health and equity among black and Latin next renters across the country. All right. Don't overdo renters have other protections from eviction. They do. A lot of renters are protected by states of dozens of them have their own moratoriums. Here's Emily bumper again. There are just over a dozen state moratorium remaining across the country at the same time, 19 State governors and state supreme courts have adopted or amended and added to the CDC moratorium locally. So all of this concern about potential evictions and the stay of the judge's ruling. All of this could be blunted by some $50 billion in assistance for renters that Congress has funded. It's been slow rolling out, and groups representing landlords say that's really the answer at this point rental assistance, not more eviction bands, David All right? No, but thank you,
The Six Day War: The Waiting
"This episode. we're going to walk right up to the brink of war. And when i think about such terrifying in awesome event i think a lot about the courage bound up with the needs of the hour is fascinating idea to me. I mean where does it come from this capacity within the human spirit to overcome the rational mind tells. You is a terrible chance of survival. Not only that. But i think a lot about the courage embedded in our history about wien durrance which it takes to consistently over come. The obstacles life puts on our way in pursuit of the things which we believe our most sacred and when i started to do a little bit of research about what courage actually is. I found that in western culture. The idea reaches its first crystallization in plato's early writings and they're he calls it a sort of endurance of the soul. And you know despite the fact that we in the greeks parted ways long ago. If anybody makes the rich it's certainly plato. And that's a very jewish notion that courage is an endurance of the soul that pure essence the embodiment of the divine element within human existence. Is what gives us the ability to overcome all the challenges physical emotional mental and even spiritual know of. It's not a surprise that the origin of the word in latin is from coal. Right meeting heart. That somehow courage means that you lead from the heart that the head we'll get itself wrapped up in fear sometimes in fights paralyzed in the face of events in its ability to make a decision. But you can rely on the heart to know and push forward another piece of what courage is or that i found in my research at least actually comes from a completely different culture from the dow de ching out zoo and he says from caring comes courage. Where do we get courage from. When we feel that that which matters to us most is under threat. Think of the mother bear defending the cubs. Think of the amazing things that were all capable in. The name of love is a very important idea because it tells us that the powers of the human spirit don't always find their most powerful focus within the mind sometimes like i said the heart has to lead the
Podcast Sponsorships: How Much Should You Charge?
"In today's episode. We are going to help you determine how much you should charge for. Sponsorships welcomes podcasting. Hugh where you learned the best tips and strategies to launch grow and monetize your show. This week's question comes from meaning. Hey this is mainly the motivated. Your motivators favor motivator. Host of the guy motivation show and my question. Today is in regards to monetization. So i know we have the outlets and opportunities to get sponsorship but when we have to pitch the amount that we are charging for pre roll mid roll whatnot. How do we decide on how much that part i am completely confused about. Thank you thank you so much for your question mimi. For a lot of people podcasting is a passion project but for many others. It can be a source of income. We're talking monetization people so we are going to explore how to set your price for ads in. Today's episode phillips discuss how rates are determined. Industry standard is c. pm cost per mille and mills just a fancy latin word thousand essentially. It's how much potential sponsors are willing to pay per thousand downloads. A podcast gets this. Pricing structure works best. If you have a larger podcast that a significant number of downloads. Another great pricing structure is cpa per acquisition. And this is a good structure if you're maybe a smaller podcast but you haven't amazing engaged. Audience you in a potential sponsor negotiate on like a finders fee. You run the ad. After the ad runs they'll give you basically like a kickback. for halloween. people signed up or purchase the product if you're familiar with the world of affiliate marketing or those fun little swipe up ads on instagram. This is that
Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths
"Brazil's covid. Nineteen ordeal is deeply concerning the un health agency settled friday in an appeal for greater vigilance and new measures to prevent transmission of the virus. Dr margaret harris from the world health organization. Who told journalists. In geneva that the latin american country needed more government support urgently brazilians. Spain suffering terrible losses but the message is again the public health social measures work. You have to apply them now. It is very difficult for people who are living in crowded conditions so they need the support as needed to support at every level to to avoid the crowding avoid the close contact to everyone who is potentially infected needs to be identified says that they can be removed from the healthy the who spokesperson also called for much greater testing for infection. Before repeating the agency's call to follow the example of countries that had ruled out national vaccination programmes averting large numbers of deaths today to brazil has seen the second highest death toll from the corona virus after the united states. More than three hundred and forty thousand deaths latest vaccine data from the. Who shows that. The country has dispensed nearly twenty million sits but the world faces a serious shortfall of vaccines which has left many countries waiting to begin their inoculation campaigns. Talk to harris said
Latino Leaders in Iowa Discuss Closing Vaccination Gap In Their Community
"The iowa department of public health says fewer than two percent of doses administered have gone to latinos on. Nearly eighty percent have gone to whites. Joe enrico henry of the iowa league of united latin american citizens feels the overall effort has been geared toward personal access. Which doesn't help minority groups. This is not rocket science. They should not be pleasing. The responsibility upon a community members to get access to find out how to access e feels. There should be more culturally appropriate outreach and places like grocery stores and we says latino communities face many disadvantages including lack of information languages other than english and technology gaps to sign up for appointments online. The state health department did not respond to a request for comment before deadline. But it does have a multi lingual cova nineteen phone
Latino leaders in Iowa discuss ways to close vaccination gap
"Coronavirus vaccinations. Now open to all i. O adults aged sixteen and older. But there's an amplified concern from latinos there about barriers to access and they're asking state and federal leaders to improve outreach. I went department of public. Health says fewer than two percent of doses administered have gone to latinos on the eighty percent have gone to whites. Joe rica's henry of the iwa league of united. Latin american citizens feels the overall effort has been geared toward personal access which doesn't help minority groups. This is not rocket science. They should not be placing the responsibility upon Community members to get access to find out how to access feels. there should be more culturally appropriate outreach. In places like grocery stores and we says latino communities face many disadvantages including lack of information in languages other than english and technology gaps to sign up for appointments online. The state health department did not respond to a request for comment before deadline. But it does have a multi lingual cove in nineteen phone
Federal judge hears arguments in Boston exam school admission case
"Austin Federal court is hearing a case today between those four and against temporary changes to admission for Boston's elite exams. Schools Devil BBC's Karen Regal is covering a group of white and Asian parents calling themselves the Boston parent Coalition for Academic Excellence argues using ZIP codes as a factor in admission to exam schools like Boston. Latin is a violation of the 14th amendment, which guarantees equal rights under the law. The attorney for the coalition argued Boston schools Seymour interested and racial balancing than academics. Boston schools hit back pointing out Those who brought this suit seem to think they're entitled to these seats and exam schools when they are not saying these seats are open to any student in this city, and that this temporary wave admission is a way to address quote the devastating effects of covert federal judge Young has taken the case
Cardinal Zen condemns St. Peter’s Basilica private Mass restrictions
"Two prominent vatican cardinals of weighed in on the recent restrictions on private masses at saint peter's in rome on monday former prefect of the congregation for divine worship cardinal. Robert sarah asked pope francis to reinstate the celebration of those private masses in the basilica then on tuesday retired bishop of hong kong cardinal. Joseph zen issued an open letter in support of cardinal. Sarah's request writing quote if it were not for the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus. I would take the first flight to come rome and get on my knees in front of the door of santa marta until the holy father has this edict withdrawn and quote zana's now the fifth cardinal voice opposition to the ban on private masses including the traditional latin liturgy in saint peter's basilica
Rozalia Russian Is Committed To Her Weekly Fake Tan
"This week's look dropped by guest is echo and designer. Rizzoli of russian brasilia is a former ballerina who fanta online niche as a stall knees and influence a regular sharing. Her effortless looks with over two hundred fifty thousand followers. The melbourne-based mother of two has also recently taken on a new role in two thousand and twenty one as creative director for innovative australian. Tanning brand bouba by latin rosalia. Thanks for dropping by the. Ub podcast thank you for having me now. Hold onto your tanning midst. Because in the spirit of your new role at uber balaton. We are going straighten on fake tan today. So to tell me a little bit about your personal relationship with fake ten. When did you start and what is it. That appeals to you about a fogler. Oh okay are not going to lie. I did spend a lot of my twenties being very naughty and some bagging and my mother always used to say you do that. You really need to look up to skin a knee twenties and old twenty year olds. I never ever listen to my mother. Definitely not the first person that never listened to them wasn't too late late twenties that i could really start saying the sun damage and just how fred all skin released the importance of looking after your skin so i might a pledge to really make sure that i'm used sunscreen. Old times would stop wearing a hat. But of course i still wanted that glow. And that's when i really started tanning religiously in when i made religiously ten every single way. That file doesn't even matter if i have anything on the weekend. I always make sure that. I drew my weekly fake ten.
Tropical Forest Destruction Accelerated in 2020
"Fires and logging in the world's tropical forests increased last year. That's despite pledges by many countries and food companies to nd four station by the year 2020. Or from NPR's Dan Charles. The environmental group World Resources Institute been using satellites to track what it calls primary tropical forests. These are the areas with the most valuable wildlife habitat and stored carbon, the group says. An area of these forests the size of the Netherlands, disappeared last year. That's up 12% from the previous year. It was especially bad in parts of Latin America, including Brazil. There was good news, though from Indonesia, where deforestation is down. The group says it's especially concerned about the dramatic spike in wildfires in a vast area of wetland called the Pantanal in Brazil and Bolivia. It could be a signal that climate change and shrinking forests nearby might be drying out the wetland and making fires more likely. And Charles NPR News
A Breakdown Of Latinx Heavy Medal
"So i'm in the studio today with producer. Genie montalvo gene. So thought i wanna take you back to the latin grammys of twenty nineteen. What happened well. A bunch of things happened but relevant today. Yeah lars ulrich of metallica presented with the person of the year award. It's kind of like a lifetime. Achievement did not know. That's where you're going to go with this surprise but really you can see kind of losing it on the video but listen to him here. That's very funny to me for those who don't know who is. How would you describe his music. It's like top yet. Like pop rock but the area likes comey sunday at me but i had no idea he was a huge metallica fan. Wine is is a huge mental fan. And so we're a lot of people in latin america and that is what i'm going to be talking to you about today mysterious. I didn't know you were into metal finds story. Because i'm actually not. But i am surrounded by latino metal heads. My brother was into metal growing up my neighbors into metal and plays in a metal band. And what would life be like. It didn't marry someone who was also into metal much quieter. So speaking about my husband or nesto who you know as from peru. He was telling me the story the other day that got me thinking about this topic. It was about the time. When one of his favorite bands the british rockers. Iron maiden came to lima in two thousand nine. You have heard of iron. Maiden i've seen the sweatshirts when our media i came. I announce actually their visits lima. People started making plans to come to the show. People started coming from other cities. Even from equador people throw away from waiheke from keitel youth ecuadorian flex in the crowd
Brazil posts record single-day toll of 3,251 virus deaths
"Has reported more than 3000 covert deaths in a single day amid calls for the government and the new health minister to take action to stem the nation's resurgence of Corona virus infections. In recent weeks, Latin America's largest country has become the pandemics global epicenter with more deaths from the virus each day than any other nation. Yesterday's record toll of 3251 deaths was driven by the state of South Follow Brazil's most populous state.
THUNDERBALL - Pre-Title Sequence Decoded
"Sean connery and the gun. Barrel iraqi jet pack a fake funeral. James bond punching a woman bonds french connection cryptic latin inscriptions. That's on a chapel wall water cannons shooting the bad guys from the aston martin db five and of course a fight. These are some of the things will examine as we look into the pre title sequence in the one thousand nine hundred sixty five james bond. Movie thunderball hi. This is dan sylvestry. Tom izzo and spy movie navigator dot com. Please join us as we're cracking the code of the pre title sequence in thunderball. So let's go. We see for the first time in the gun barrel. It's not bob. Simmons the stunt guy. It's sean connery goldfinger. It's fun and from this point on. We are actually going to see bond in the pre title sequences in the gun barrel and not a stunt man one a concept they needed to change the clip here as the aspect ratio for thunderball change from the previous movie so they couldn't reuse the clip that they had from the prior movies. One thing we haven't mentioned yet in our pre title sequence podcast series the origins of the gun barrel. We have mentioned the prato secrets in the nineteen. Thirty four million chrome passion in an earlier podcast. But we haven't yet talked about the ending to the nineteen th remove eight the great train robbery which ends with a gunman pointing the gun. View and firing. Some people think stain also influenced the golden barrel sequences that these things were around decayed and decades before bond was even written. So that's kind of cool and it actually is and then when you hear about how it was made it sound like it might have been in the back. Somebody's mind but when morris bender put that together he was just playing around and said. Hey if i shoot through this gun. Barrel i can do this. Pretty cool stuff. We had mentioned the pre tuchel secrets in the nineteen thirty four movie crummy that passion in an earlier podcast. We've seen in the first three. James bond ian production movies two circles that cross the screen and by the way. I have always thought those were the double. Oh that's just my take on it. I don't know it looks like it should be the double o but you're in thunderball when the gun barrel ends the gun barrel finally more to the first seen in the pre title sequence it doesn't just fade out like it did in the other movies it actually shows us part of the first seen within the gun barrel. First time this has happened. So this is kinda neat. This is cool and a great addition to the series and the circle shows the initials here j. b. and as the camera pans backwards it shows. Jb's blazoned on a casket. What again for about twenty seconds. We must think this is james bond dead again. It's the fourth movie by anne productions and his dead again in the beginning they just love killing them off right at the beginning of the movie. Yeah we remember from russia with love. Of course it wasn't him. It turns out but wow i don't know this makes me queasy and i don't know what to do because bonds debt already and i'm thinking wait a minute. There's another twenty one movies. How can this be. We know that. Now we're back then back then you didn't know it so there are some advantage the being in the future but this makes me queasy. I got bonded out on. This makes me want to have a separate coffee. Because i gotta wake up here. 'cause bonds dead. I'm just too nervous. Hang on oh. Hey we find a delicious coffee for you. By the way i mean. This is spy coffees and you can find them at spy coffees dot com and our listeners. Get twenty percent off with roast. 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Back Of The Yards Residents Can Sign Up For Vaccine Monday In Chicago
"Took part in the Protect Chicago Plus Initiative today at the U. N Health Miles Square Health Center, said he's back of the yards neighborhood on the South side. It's same is to ensure vaccine equity and communities of color. What we've seen is a swell of people who are excited about getting the vaccine in really neighborhoods across the city, but particularly among our black and brown Populations that were more reluctant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health Doctor Allison or would he was on hand at that clinic today for the initiative. It's in the 4600 block of South Bishop. And there are so many community based organizations that have stepped up to partner with this health center to bring vaccine and the news of vaccine to this neighborhood. Chicago's back of the yards neighborhood is made up of mostly Latin ex residents that groups on 80% increase in its death rate last year. The largest of any group, followed by black residents who saw 40% increase in their overall death rate from the previous Parents of Chicago Public School students are demanding a say, and how the $2 billion from President Biden's on covert 19 relief bill that's earmarked for Chicago school district will be spent. Sherry, Miles says she wants the district to be more transparent. We have been told the CPS has spent millions millions of dollars on our
How Karla Vasquez Reclaimed Salvadoran Food
"Carl that thing. That i have i thing is happening to happen periodically. Which is that. I have followed you for so long. That i have to remind myself that. We're not actually friends internet. You pursing. that's right first. Time talking in a formal capacity. Yes absolutely i mean isn't that what's so wonderful about social like that is still the golden nugget. In all of this chaotic energy. That social media is the wonderful folks that find each other there and you're on the same frequency. It feels so apart of ucla at home with each strangers. When is it you decide. You want to pursue a formal culinary education so that happened because i was diagnosed with a chronic health on this. I am a type one diabetic. So i think. Have minute insulin pen here. If you know anything about diabetes you know that your success of being healthy with it is really dependent on what you eat. So when i was diagnosed i was twenty three and i was so confused. I had just finished. A few half marathons was on that smoothie life and everything. And then i'm told i have this and the doctor explains well. It's just one of those things. It's genetics there's nothing in your diet. Not that you were eating bad or anything. This is just something that was gonna happen to you. And i okay. Well how do i manage this. And he said well. I would advise you to not eat for us. Don't he. this greasy food. A lot of latin food is not going to be very favorable for your house and that was just heartbreak because i felt that time that without realizing you know he was really saying. You have to make a choice between your health and your culture and sex that your cultures reread unhealthy for you is really you know the subtexts of all of what she is trained to say to be and i was really bothered by this. And how like this guy is just wrong this. There's no way that this is true. Might food is healthy for me. I am going to figure out a way. And so i really start getting involved in the food. Justice seen Here in la start managing farmers markets and the farmers market. Were working at the time. Says we need to get sales up for peaches. I think and the farmers market manager said like. Do you think you do a cooking. Demo and i fought was cantaloupe. canelo is i. I can't do a damn will i. That is eventually talked to you. Know my parents. I was like maybe i'll do. Let's try. I did eat cantaloupe salsa. I remember and it was fine. I had a good time. We kept doing it and finally she says these are so great. We're getting people to come in to try food and the farmers are happy. Because there's more traffic so we're going to put you on the schedule every single eventually people would stay after class or after my demo and say hey i have this ingredient. How do i use this. Or what's another way. That i keep prepare this and then he started to call me. Chef chef carla. I'm looking at the ferruginous today. And i would. Let's now how you recommend me using it. And i thought all who's gonna tell them i was really trying to have this farmer's market in east hollywood who you know. The only reason i got involved is because of everything. I was learning about the access to food. And how integral when we talk about social justice and when we look at the scope of problems and challenges in our communities food is is there for this political crews picking your food who gets to eat certain foods and i was not there to make canelo sausa- but of course you know you found me doing and i when i started to get people you know to come after class in asking these questions i thought like i really need to be about it and i refused to go. Get more
Sable Hotel Navy Pier opening today with Lake Michigan, Chicago skyline views
"It's a big opening day today at Navy Pier even though the pier is still closed, Big New Hotel is opening and the CEO at Maverick Hotels and restaurants is with us now, Bob Bobby, How you doing, Bob? Good morning bombs. I admire you because let's see Navy Pier temporarily closed probably till spring, and the hotel business is tough right now, But you're going ahead with the big opening today. How do you feel about it All? Honestly, we feel good. I think our timing is right. You know, we finished the construction of the hotel in November and decided it wasn't the right time to open and narrowed forward until today, and It just feels right today. We're telling people that it's probably the only time in history they'll have Navy appeared of themselves and then the period when the period opens, that we think that the You know, there'll be a reverse of activity down counts. Now talk about why you're calling this stable. That's name of the hotel s A B l E. What's that all about? You know, that's a great story for those of your listeners. That historians shit downtown Chicago Lord, you know that During the Second World War, Navy pier was actually Enable training facility and they ward an aircraft carrier off the end of the pier to train pilots and take off and touchdown landings. And that crack carrier was the USS able And we thought that was just a great connection for the pier and a terrific story and we decided to name the hotel after that aircraft carrier disable. Yeah, This is this is quite some property and tell us a little bit about the hotel. You have Ah, lot of meeting space and event space. And what is it more than 200 guest rooms in the hotel? 223 guest rooms at the same time that we're opening the hotel will be opening a new restaurant on the pier Lyrica. Which is I was inspired by Latin cuisine, small plates and and share a bles and so on. The hotel also has about 5000 Square feet of meeting space. And, of course, is Probably five FT from Festival Hall, which is the second largest Free span space in the city of Chicago. So we're blessed with a lot of amenities. Bob, I know you've been in the hospitality of business for 40 years. I'm sure you've never seen anything like we've gone through in the past year with the pandemic. The hotel occupancy rates right now. About half what they were two years ago today, But I love that you're optimistic. Talk about why you you feel so positively about all this. I think we're going to see people come out of their caves in big numbers through the summer months, and I think we're already starting to see it. We've as an industry seen an uptick in reservations, future reservations. Um that where there's very courage Ng on the more that we see on the news people getting their vaccines and that the positivity rate has stayed in the relatively modest number more hope that we have by summer will be living our lives a little more normally, after the summer, we get back into the A part of the year that we live off so conventions and business travelers in Chicago and it might be a little bit more difficult, but I personally think the business traveler might come back faster than most people expect. You know, people do business in the city haven't seen their customers in the year and I'm sure they're ready to get back and text their their customers again. Well with your hotel opening today and also offshore, the world's largest rooftop bar. It's It's a great way to in enjoy the pier before all all the crowds come back and and speaking of those crowds. Ah, and I don't know how much you know about this Bob. But apparently Navy Pier is going to use some new optical sensors to monitor where crowds are and where they aren't so that at least as we get through the final what we hope will be the final months of the pandemic. People can Stay safe on the pier. And and that's the most important thing right now, isn't it? It is. Yeah, that's amazing technology. Yup, That's something that they're going to be using when they reopened this spring, and as far as the hotel goes and and the rooms You're sort of modeling everything so that it it pays homage to the pier and Chicago history. Correct Way had an entirely Chicago based team, including designer Jackie Coup architect designer Jack Cope and make you Construction who built the hotel and Jackie took great care to Not not make the hotel look like a cruise ship, but really not too bad, whole nautical theme and you see it whispered throughout the hotel and really were thrilled with the way that the hotel turned out. We're excited to get people over there. One of the interesting things about you know what we learned it offshore to our surprise was Offshore was not a tourist hang out. It was a local hangout. Upwards of 80% of our business were locals and we think we'll see the same with lyric and we think the hotel will will also be a great amenity for for us to live here in the city. It's uh, the curio collection by Hilton. That's the hotel the stable at Navy Pier and Bob Habib is the CEO at maverick hotels and restaurants. He's the
Hagop Akiskal And The Bipolar Spectrum
"Rare for a scientific paper to fetch much on the black market. These days but i got the kisco was no ordinary psychiatrist. This is a book that has been made into many editions by cycads clinics. But if you go to latin america mimeograph versions are xerox versions on the market access for three hundred dollars like market for this book brazilians particularly loved so that in defiance of the even the the sim and that monograph he's talking about is currently selling for seven hundred to nine hundred dollars on amazon. It was an issue of the psychiatric clinics of north america. That gop guest edited in nineteen ninety nine and a paper that he wrote in that issue became one of his most influential and controversial in it he laid out a spectrum of bipolar disorders from the most manic psychotic extreme that schizo affective disorder two cases of bipolar that are only unleashed by substance abuse antidepressants or brain atrophy from dementia. Excuse me affective bipolar psychotic less than skis. Affective psychotic bipolar one bipolar to. There's something we call the half because there are psychosomatic less type. Which is medication associated Type for which is hyperthermic with depression. Because they people looking at the press is for the half which is substance used as five. Which is the knicks states. There's a pipe. Six which is in the context of dementia all but two of those categories have actually been absorbed into the dsm which now includes bipolar one disorder bipolar two disorder psychopathic disorder which views as the temperamental underpinning of borderline personality disorder and calls in his list bipolar two and a half when it occurs with the longer depressions of bipolar to then what about his bipolar three well antidepressant. Induced mania is now categorized as bipolar disorder in dsm five largely based on the research of gop and others who showed that over ninety percent of patients with antidepressant induce mania. Go on to develop full bipolar disorder with long term. Follow up a switching on the presence indicate by piloting. Now finally this and five is going to accept that then. He had bipolar four. That's hyperthermic the real charismatic. Hypo manic type temperament with depression. Okay this one didn't make it into the dsm actually and bipolar four and a half substance induced by polar disorder which is now categorized in the bipolar chapter india. Sem bipolar five depression with mixed features which was recognized for the first time in. Dsm five bipolar. Six mania in the context of dementia got believed that the brain atrophy of dementia could unleash a latent bipolar disorder in people with genetic or other risks for bipolar. But this category is not recognized in. Dsm unless you count as bipolar due to a general medical condition and yet you can hear in that court. That hookup is not satisfied. He's looking for a fight. He says his conceptualization was done in defiance of dsm that in defiance of the even the newly sm was a passionate man wore his heart on his sleeve. I am not very much of a political individual. Actually shy individual. Relatively speaking intellectuals tend to be. Yes oh you did do poetry and art. I saw on your cv you you. You were a poet and artist. Right of. I would say a young man. Everybody lies poetry. But some you fall in love with my wife. I always thought that way because When we were college students she said to me you one of those people who can bring science and art together and she said that's the ultimate aim of all our knowledge and i think that She she really saw something in me that time and predicted that my career would rise in methodic way bob Would only seventeen in college.
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"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
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"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
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"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
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"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
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"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
"Latin yeah yeah. The void of outer space earth glimmering near us round blue so magical all m v people united on the planet from india to australia from africa to europe. Nba and as you learned in episode ten we are sailing through outer space in orbit with the earth around the sun in our titan chariot this is the chariots of geijer race arima whittam a casino our three steeds burying the first line of virgils immortal. Aeneid our guiding us. I sing of arms. And the man with me are rene descartes and civil. The soothsayer civil has been holding the reins of the time chariot but getting carpel tunnel so to exercise her wrists. She is playing socks zone. Carta four affects with rene. You might not as rock paper. Scissors sox zome carter. Ford affects sock. Zoom carter ford affects ton her. Meanwhile we navigate the mystery of space in last place but speaking of rock paper and scissors. What's this giant rocks forming before us. They argue big witness everywhere. We are competing in this cosmic race with fortuna the roman goddess of good fortune the polygamous brothers against the so called Boys who constantly conjugate. What's that i hear. They detaille what what is fortuna saying. Desist detaille that means stop. Fortuna was in first place over tuna. Why is she back here telling us to stop what is happening ahead look. Mvp's a formation. A mysterious connection Conjugation day a mood us a wall. We must stop the time chariot before we crash into the motors of meteors meteor from the modern latin media room sybil. It's it's monumental so from late latin monumental. He's an impenetrable wall of solid rock. It's blocking out the stars that guide us wait for tuna and civil are hatching plan. They seek the key to safe passage. If there is one the future for tourists can be a wall or a window a morris or finesse. Stra that slowly closes on us. We may be crushed by the conjugation to co joining of meteors. Unless we can act but but how we must. We must work together. The ammo boys are organizing random rock into the famous first conjugation verb Oh man. I don't see someone. They are straightening out the meteors with their neak conjugation of first second and third person singular and plural the harmonic of their clean congregations resonate with the rock like the music of the spheres g. Look the polyphemus brothers are painting. The freshly organized conjugation with popcorn balls. Transforming moore's into a really interesting mural kellyanne full art opens passages to imagination. but we still can't get through. what for tunas telling symbol that we need a four word incantation to finish the trends formation for words one word from each of our four chariots to change solid rock into a glittering window. I have it ostra. Patter us to the stars. Through hard work what a motto that would make at j. behold the mural of meteors is turning into a window of wonder it's opening and closing. We must all go through the window at the same time. Yes we must defenestrate together. It worked it was hard work but we did it. There are the stars again. We came to the stars through hard work and we all finished the chariots of geijer race seymour or in english simultaneously. And so it is. Mvp's when we work together all of us from all nations all of us on the big blue marble we call earth. We can work wonders. We can do things. Belay v sue wonderful to behold those bagpipes. Come from by the way and remember none skoda said pro vita not for school but for life economic aca kkk kkk..
"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
"Long long ago in the days of the roman empire as juvenile. The poet pointed out the powers that be distracted people with bread and circuses from the latin. Pau now it could've. Ken says chariot races gladiator combats dramas enough to get the heart pounding. In the same tradition. We present to you. An earth shattering spectacle. It's time once again for the game. Show that absolutely. No one on earth is talking about Ovo risk way odd. Malla loosely translated means from egg to apples or soup to nuts or from a to z. It's the game that tests your brain. Only one person will be left standing me because everyone else sitting set in to. Our contestants are famous swedish botanist who gave latin names to organisms. Carl lineas sep hulme. Sapien and famous philosopher mathematician. From france rene descartes kogi to go soon and famed oracle from delphi. Civil clearly. clearly. Well thank you for that civil our topic today. Ladies and gentlemen is horace not horses. Horace the famous roman poet And now i know rene descartes that i put horace before you. I also know that you should never put do horace before descartes camp and so we begin with christ yo prima the first question. The latin poet. Horace used Oval rooskiy odd malla in his satire. One point three veras faustus. True or false carlin. Aus your thoughts. ito wairoa. Okay symbol. Many may not one point three three point one four one nine two six five. Three five eight nine k. Rene descartes how would you answer the question. Kogi editor go. Hi well then. Thank you for not answering the question. Let's go onto quest yosick sekou windows. Horace lived from sixty five b. c. or b. c. e. two eight b. c. or b. c. e. The question is how did he know. He was alive. In bc or b. c. e. before time it's like being alive in negative numbers. Carl anna's your thoughts. Where does drew us from which we get data. Fi okay civil. Pcbc pcb abc nbc. Abc pc. my rene descartes was well from which we get the word false. This is true but that wasn't a true or false question Symbol your mysterious. What are you trying to say sybil. Enigma is well. Yes rene sybil is an enigma. Carl a neagh mma iris beetle o. k. C. far unequal ace. To thank you rene descartes. This is all indeed a puzzle mystery but sybil is right. Ach i mean hey you see stands for Or condado which refers to the founding of rome in seven fifty three c. or b. c. e. bay candida is latin for from the founding of the city. So if we know in rome begins we know exactly how many years horace lived after the founding of rome q. e. d. q. e. Rene what are you trying to say. O q e d that's from the latin code adequate demonstrandum literally meaning what was to be shown. Hawk malone civil. You're saying there's a bad apple somewhere. Well one bad apple. Don't spoil the whole body though well ladies and gentlemen. We actually got through to questions today. that's record. Don't miss a single episode of ob. Ovo wuss gray odd malla tonight. Ask mater and potter. Maybe please start dinner with an egg and end and apples. They will love you and give you probably an egg and fresh apples and remember none. Pro- scola said pro vita not for school but for life. I was that sybil off..
"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
"Mirabella v sue wonderful to behold time space from the infinitessimal to the infinite tethered to reality by only one thing and immortal language latin. So wait till hello. You are an m move the p. Oddly visa person and i j plus today i am nocturnal What does nocturnal mean. I'm glad i asked. Let's lean on. Latin shall we nocturnal derives from the latin word knock tournus belonging to the knights and knocks knocked us the night. Join me if you will una brief walk of whimsey unless you're driving a vehicle operating heavy machinery or studying for your cha-cha finals all. It will take a dollop of imagine imagination and a warm mental coat. I make sure you have tidied your curriculum. Your room and eating your spirit mid hobby lease under a spiral of broccoli. Then politely say to my tear in potter. I'm editor go soon. I walk therefore i am if they say. What do you mean you say. I am feeling nocturnal. They will understand. They may even give you a crust jhelum. Cookie now walk. Walk like the wind. I we must open the puerta. The cates there. Look it is to sue the forest. It is a knox some rain A clear serene night. Let's gather our bearings. Now shall we could idea to you. Remember your directions. of course you do. September throw north media's south oriented east and okay dens west but wait. Why do we call. North sept ten trio Our latin dictionary friends lewis short. Tell us that. September three ot refers to the seven stars near the north pole called also the wayne w. a. i n. And the great or little bear. Our friends at miriam. Webster tell us this. It's from the latin septem- preez plural the seven stars of ursa major or ursa minor. And that's from septum. Seven plus gronya's meaning well plowing sin look to the northern knights skies for the of september. Three onell the latin sept ten three ona's refers to the seven stars in major that make up the big dipper or sometimes to the seven stars and some minor that comprised the little dipper because of the reliable northerly presence of these stars. Some ten three. Onus was extended to mean northern quarter of the sky or simply the north hence are borrowed adjective some ten three ot meaning northern so apparently ursa major or ursa minor are lingering around like oxen near the northstar. Polaris polaris comes. From the latin stella. Polaris the pollstar way. I just say stella. I'll bet your answer is stellar stella. Means star sodas the latin word ostrom a. s. t. r. u. m. and so does the latin word see us as i d u s. So many stars tonight so many constellations behold behold now mater. Posture might ask you. What is a constellation. But you already know. Con- can mean with and stella his star you my. Mvp are now an astronomer. We have the latin word us throw enormous to guide us through. The knox died night. Shh let's enjoy the celestial wonder of it all celeste. Joan spirals back to the latin word. Shalem or kyle's home meaning heaven and it is so heavenly here. Look look a lunar light. The moon in latin moon is luna. Then we look over there in the bright moonlight. Oh it's a little puppy dog a little too. Poppy let's go pet the little tempus and magister. J. fogy moose. Basically that means time flies and so do is that said. It's now time for the magister. Janet key cab yary knock tournus belonging to the night and knocks knocked us the night. Imagine that ceo imagination kubica lem room speed mirabilis. Wonderful spiral. chris jhelum cookie. By forest. knox serena a clear serene night and here. It comes every month september. Three hundred north midi south or orients east west well done stella polaris polaris the pollstar stellar ostrom and seed us all mean star it it you. Behold behold ostro enormous astronomer shalem or column heaven luna moon and tempus forget which means time flies. I'm calling you my terrific listeners. M the believe these people. Oh yeah and most valuable players so until next time whatever time is join me again. Mvp's for another thrilling right on the time cart and remember. None perot scola said pro vita not for school but for life..
"latin" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"But We can have a nuance to cool. Yeah thanks we Sean from new york Officially now racist but You know maybe think about the world we live in a little bit more and Yet thanks very much for listening. Today's question rainy. Jason sklar.
"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
"Mean to march the earliest meaning of ambulance most likely referred to patients being lifted and moved. We must give warm. Thanks to the men and women who helped save lives with ambulances every day. I'll bet they speak latin like the leg bones tibia and fibula. It's good to take a nice walk. Tell mater potter that you are going on a per ambulation right now. They'll understand you can ponder the wonders of the world Ponder you know where i'm going with. This ponder is from the latin pawn. Dr meaning to way or reflect on which is from the latin noun on us wait. Latin is like that some nouns and verbs have similar spellings and identical meanings noun and verb work hand in glove. There's nothing like a good parameswaran in your casa. Your house in your enclosed cloister in your auger your field within a greek of farmer in the distance or in the silva the forest. You're right the word. Pennsylvania is a latin derivative. i loved the via the roadway. Here in the cloister. It's muddy and crunchy with fallen foliage foliage from the latin fo- liam meaning leaf now. I hope you don't fall into a foster a ditch. We actually get the word fossil from phosa. Well we know our directions seventeen. Three zero media's orients and okay. Dan's north south east and west from seasons zero episode to try something else. Let's start at the very beginning. A very good place to start and walk counterclockwise or anti clockwise in a spirit mira a marvellous miraculous spiral a self similar spiral curve and move in an increasing geometric progression. Let's consider fi. That's spelled p. h. i. fi the golden ratio the irrational number of one point. Six one eight zero three three nine eight eight seven odd infinitum. Going on forever and ever without repeating. Look you're making a spiral. Try going on forever cleanroom while you're at it. You know spirals you see them in sunflowers and whirlpools spineta is latin. Four well coil. Or spiral britannica tells us that the angular or logarithmic spiral was discovered by the french. Scientists rene descartes in sixteen thirty eight. Hey rene that's our time cart driver. Don't walk away renee to go soon. Swiss mathematician named jacob bor newly embellished on descartes's logarithmic spiral in sixteen ninety two and called it the speeder mid hobbies. And i'm sure he said it exactly that way. The marvelous spiral rob. You can find marvelous spirals in distant galaxies hurricanes mollusks and even broccoli so each. Your spirals Your broccoli in a spiral. We are going nowhere and everywhere which is helpful. If you were in your house or garden with walls out walls you might wind up. Toiling away to a spiral galaxy and be late for lunch so when mater or potter asks what you are doing say you look it will be quite ale which means i am going nowhere and everywhere they will love you for it and maybe even give you a crust. Ulum a cookie. It is time for me to go nowhere now and it is also time for the magazine. Janik key vocabulary pompeo a butterfly. Shindo i am descending pizzazz pages foot terra firma solid ground. I'm you lari which can mean to go about to walk pun. Dari to ponder casa house og at field a recruiter farmer silva forest via way or road. Foley leaf fossa ditch sip ten trio. You know these ten three. Oh north or south or east. Oh keaton's west said ten zero north meridia south or yen's east oak fence west Infinitum to infinity speeder mid obelisks a marvellous miraculous spiral and last. But not least i you loam cookie. Oh and don't forget eat it will be quay. Ao say it with me he look at ao which means i am going nowhere and everywhere. I'm calling you my terrific listeners. M the ps. Believe these sue people. Oh yeah and most valuable players so until next time whatever time is join me again. Mvp's for another thrilling ride on the time cart and remember. None perot scola said pro vita not for school but for life..
"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
"Mirabella v sue wonderful to behold time space from the infinitessimal to the infinite tethered to reality by only one thing and immortal language. Latin so way. You m vp. Madaba levy sue person. Welcome back to more latin. Whimsey with me magister. Janecky to be slightly kafka asked today as mexico j. one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself turns for mateo transformed in his cloister into a monstrous monarch. Eat a window. I am a monarch butterfly right now. I had always had a wished to fly which reminds me of something. Strange about latin. The latin word for i wish is wollo. The latin word for to fly is from wollo. Will larry so well wollo allowed or vo no volare. You say you're vs as ws in classical pronunciation and as vs in ecclesiastical. I like to call a v. Avi severe there come fly with me now. Mvp's put on your black and orange monarch wings cloth cardboard whatever. Flap your arms and fly. unless you're driving operating heavy machinery or playing a scherzer piano let us join thousands of monarchs and migrate. Meridia 's south along the central flyway to our resting place in the warm climes of mexico. That's it Flap flap like the wind. The mundos or tell us or tara. Various latin names for earth. Look like a vast patchwork quilt from appear. The world can be so belly artis beautiful. Wait what's this are those for mikhail par scrabbling around down there little ants. Say it four. Make ipod or y. Let's swoop down for a closer look swoop. My mvp's swoop with the win Don't soup into mater and potter right now. Are those aunts mowing ads. No no no no boss bove as blat cows but the bovine creatures are all facing september theriault north quid quid. What what a cow in. Latin is also vodka from which we get the word vaccination in the late eighteenth century. An english physician named edward jenner founded defense against smallpox by using cowpox material. The latin word for cow is vodka and cowpox vaki. Neha jenner decided to call this new procedure vaccination according to the baylor university medical center jenner's work represented the first scientific attempt to control an infectious disease by the deliberate. Use of vaccination mirabel vissel. But how do we explain. Cows facing north. According to an article from national geographic. Dr sabine bagel from the university of deuce burke essen in germany spied on aligned herds of cows in deer using satellite images from google earth. The doctor was not the cows. Turns out that hurts lined up in a north south access like monarch butterflies. Cows may know which way north is through the earth's magnetic field. Why it's a ministerial as we draw closer to the aguilar farm or field from which we get the word agriculture. We now see sheep. Dogs is hake worse. Of course a horse horse fellas order inkata's for cat and of course forum miyagi aunts. It's a veritable darrien. I feel. I must fly now and return to human from hummus meaning dirt form and until next time. Mvp's always remember one thing voter. Mika in sorrow a stop an aunt is in the sugar. But for now it's back to tara firma and the magister janet key latin vocabulary trends for matsumoto transformation. Olo i wish would die mysteriously to fly mondays or tell us or tara among others earth. Belliard thomas beautiful power wa little for ammika aunt boss and vaca both mean cow trio north jeter field or farm overs sheep. Connors dogs acorss horse failures or catis cat. The young animal habitat in sacremento role in sugar. So until next time my mvp's keep your eyes to the sky is and the ants out of your sugarbowl. Eggo dixie. i have spoken. I'm calling you my terrific listeners. M the ps and her are believe this sue people. Oh yeah and most valuable players so until next time whatever time is join me again. Mvp's for another ride on the time cart and remember. None perot scola said pro vita not for school but for life..
"latin" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...
"Mirabella v sue wonderful to behold time space from the infinitessimal to the infinite tethered to reality by only one thing and immortal language. Latin solloway welcome. I a magistrate janecky. people. Ask me. And i've often asked myself why studied latin. No one speaks latin. I asked a kindergartener. i was teaching ones. Would latin was. He was sitting criss cross applesauce and looked up at me with big innocent eyes. My grandpa says it's a dead language. Ouch grandpa but they were right. No one speaks latin very much or do they or do you. Let's go on a adequate and not co a journey together. Close your eyes unless you're driving operating heavy machinery or listening to a math teacher and imagine you are an imaginary letter named wide as in x y. z. So now let's say you're wise people. Let's board the time cart together. We'll fly along the cartesian plane down along the y axis why access and you shall receive in sixteen thirty seven. The french mathematician rene descartes and thought in latin kogi hair go soom explained. The ideas to crisscross applesauce lines perpendicular to each other. That eventually became known as the cartesian plane. You geometry gurus know what i'm talking about. Let's have rene lead us in our time cart. It's run by two flying horses spots at tempus. Why tempus because tempus fugit time flies. Don't let descartes get too far ahead. Because you never wanna put descartes before day horse now. Draw a horizontal line. Unless you're driving etcetera love blood then draw. Vertical line perpendicular to the horizontal line. Ooh go to your family and say mater. Pottier sorour for routier. I'm feeling quite perpendicular today. Let's start at the coordinates way up on the y axis. Say two thousand twenty one points. Twenty twenty one look out below. We begin in modern times. Oh you who latin. Where are you. Latin is in the language of science human plants. Animals music art philosophy legal matters and mathematics all latin derivatives. The way rene leads are type car down down down the y axis as we dig deeper into what we call the past. We've passed this test so far. Latin latin is there at the foundation of languages such as spanish. Italian french portuguese romanian and that pesky language filled with so many rules and silent letters called english. There are no silent letters in latin. A few letters as the ones in the latin word for girls who ally p. u. e. l. l. e. r. squished together to form a new sound pool ally but like the roman executives. This army sizes all letters to full capacity so pause from the latin pow so pause. I'm going to teach you some latin right. Now wait for it right down. Unless you're a you know dutta. The doctor is in the latin word. For doctor is dr is is a form of the latin verb est- and the latin word for in in. So there you only have thousands and thousands of latin vocabulary words to go. You can do it. Let's ease on down the road for now. We'll skip lineas. Who published she stamina to rye and seventeen thirty five ad and is on. Newton one of the fathers of calculus who published then groundbreaking print chea in sixteen eighty seven more on them later. Let's go back back in time. With latin still are guiding light. Rene seems happy and the horses are flying along the y axis overlooking the cartesian plane. Whoa whoa bobo. Let's seize the reins for a moment and visit with the famous latin poet. Horace we've dip past. The zero zero coordinate on the cartesian plane and are now in twenty three b c e when horace published his odes in his odes used a statement that is used today. Carter bay diem as the day now. Carpet caesar does not mean sees. The salad nord has carpe diem in sees the carp. Exactly how far back does latin go. We have one last stop for now. Seven fifty three bc. That's when the city of rome was founded or bacon. Data from the founding of the city will wait. Wait wait wait. Latin goes from our time to seven fifty three bc. That's longer than my beard. The horses need to rest and we'll go farther back in time another time for now it's back to the future and the magister jan key. Latin vetus gallery pedder dot. co journey. Tempus time spot zia spaces martyr. Par terre sore frontier. Mom dad sister brother kogi. To- editor goes soom. I like say that. I think therefore i am pop quiz. How many of you are thinking right now. Therefore you are perella girls doctor doctor but you knew that one in means in and you knew that one to carter page diem. Seize the day Detail listen omya dicta forts your Cdc data latina. I'll get to that one as second. Everything is better spoken in latin. If you're still not convinced about the glory and wonder and relevance of the latin language Detaille nunc discreetly. Listen now students. Omnia dicta for your c dicta latina. Doesn't that sound good. Basically what it means is anything sudden. Latin just sounds a lot better. I'm calling you my terrific listeners. M the ps mirabel. A these sue people who oh yeah and most valuable players so until next time whatever time is join me again. Mvp's for another thrilling ride on the time cart and remember. None perot scola said pro vita not for.
"latin" Discussed on Reveal
"While we were reporting this story, we kept hearing about this international lobbying organization called the Association for the rule of law in Central America. We have no idea who's behind this group. We have just one clue. This document we uncovered filed under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. scruple that the bottom is the name of the American representative. David landow. And this is where the world gets smaller. It turns out that my editor on this story Aaron Glance. He knows David yet you showed me this document and I saw his name and I was like David Landau with an address on the west side of San Francisco. Know David Landau I worked with him at a radio station twenty years ago. So Aaron arranges for us to meet David in this coffee shop. I decided to make it easy for you because I, knew I know you. I've known I've known for a long time. Davidson independently wealthy white guy. He dresses like a Beatnik and still takes pride in being the editor of the Harvard Crimson back in the early nineteen seventies. He doesn't seem to have to do anything for money. So he spends his time on his hobby writing about Latin America. So we asked him what his role is in this Guatemalan lobbying group. I agreed to become. The American, whatever it was, what was I am I director, my the president. I. Don't I don't even remember what I am. Actually he's listed as the director on the document we mentioned we wanted the league out the activity was an effort at political persuasion between the government of Guatemala and find a way of reaching the president. In other words, they wanted to get donald trump to. Seek. As for who his associates are, that was tougher to get out him. Who are you helping? Who are the people? I was helping the. I I am helping. The funders of this activity, and then the people who are carrying out, but.
"latin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Being a Turkic based language, they were able to piggyback off of the efforts made by Turkey earlier in the twentieth century. In two thousand, seven Kazakhstan announced they were going to phase in Latin letters over ten to fifteen year period likewise Turkmenistan Kurdistan and to GCA Stan have all announced plans to move from ceramic. Flatten. Many countries have not officially switched, but Latin is commonly used alongside other writing systems in Serbia ceramic official. Characters can be seen all over likewise Bulgaria has been debating switch but hasn't officially done anything yet. Nonetheless, you can find Latin characters in common usage. China has also officially adopted the use of a Latin alphabet. They created an official transliteration system called honey opinion, which is a formal way to write Chinese words with Latin characters. Opinion was why the city of Peking was changed to Beijing. Pinon has been experimented with with some schools in China as the first system for teaching children how to read because it can be taught phonetically once you know a few characters, you can figure out every word. Literacy in China often means having to know how to write at least fifteen hundred different characters. The Latin alphabet seems to be here to stay and with characters hard coded into our computers. Now, it's likely that this is going to remain the case for centuries to come. Executive producer of everything everywhere daily is James mce. Over on Patriot dot com supporters of the show were just treated to a special twenty minute podcast Ri- give the backstory behind the creation of the show as.
"latin" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Actually never come up. My feeling is that there's minimal absolute minimal interaction between a Spanish speaking of the Latino community and the aboriginal community The aboriginal comedian strategy is very disenfranchised When I leave in the urban centers many of them live in poor areas But not the migrant areas it would be my experience this sort of quite separate areas So no I think that there's not that that feeling of connection with that group of people. I don't know anything. The sites because in in in in in the states of clauses also from Latin America is also A lot of indigenous. Ns people from Latin America who are Hispanic Hispanic and indigenous so that makes it prince there whereas we we have that much less here. They're also the aboriginal population of Australia is very small. It's about two point. Five percent so in dining lives in urban sentence sentence and this is also partly because of the disenfranchised ranch chasmin of them died Incentives you wouldn't come across that many indigenous people so you need to go to other areas to make them send his very little mingling and I feel very little sense of identification across size groups. You mentioned that you who lived in the US for quite a number of years. So I'm pretty sure that you might be familiar with media outlets like univision and Telemundo moondog. Oh here here in the US. And these are very large multimillionaire. Not Multibillion dollar you know media outlets here in the US that cater later to Spanish speaking audience in the United States. which is you know in the tens of millions of at this point? I'm curious to know if if foster has similar media outlets do immigrants create their own independent media whereas be television newspapers the radio because for example example Beck and eighties when the Salvadoran community in DC was developing. They created their own newspapers and they develop their own. AM radio stations. Wins that you know. Strangely enough are still in existence today and still thriving with a large audience. So how when it comes to the media media do immigrants create their own independent media outlets they do their quite small scale that run by community organizations often with some volunteers. Possibly some government support But there are multiple sources out there that provide. I'll give actually newsletters or sort of small magazines About the community about van system online stuff. That circulates it's a little bit but certainly Radio Station itself that is dedicated to Spanish. Many of the Community stations will have will have a program like this one. I think that is dedicated. For example to the Spanish speaking or the Hispanic community But one thing that Australia does have that the. US doesn't have is back in the seventies with the abolition of the White Australia policy in Australia was embracing a policy of multiculturalism and a lot autumn initiatives was set up to support speakers of minority languages of our community languages And they set up. I write right a television station. A government sponsored television and radio station Cold Espy S.. Special Broadcasting Service was initially set up as an ethnic television the station and that shows a lot of content from the various community languages that a spike in Australia so for example in the morning I think there's about four hours of news half and hour segments of news from Spain news from Greece news from different areas account. Remember Italy US showing natural news from that that country it shows lauded Movies from other countries. In fact there are a few movies. Just English must old subtitled And is a radio station associated with that has segments dedicated to the different languages. So that's been and it hasn't been just for the Spanish speaking of the Hispanic community but it's been really wonderful for opening Stri. Leah's is more widely to they The culture associated with how many many community languages and I think there's nothing like that in the US actually unloaded lead. Did you mention as BS because I may have stumbled across it like a week before we had this conversation today and I did hear the Spanish programming it was is mostly music and yet the guy was speaking in Spanish with not a hint of Any any Australian accent els like. Wow this could easily be played in any other realization now only in Latin America be here in the US as well and said the music would have been one segment that they also music ones but they also do news and the Naidoo movies and all like programming all day from different languages. Oh yeah that's there's something else. Yeah I noticed as well that I manage to find the music part of his. BS By couldn't get into the news and Public Affairs Component. and which for some reason I don't understand was blocked because we're in an various editor part of world. And unfortunately I see this sometimes for for example I tried to look up something on the BBC. And it's blocked because it's in because it's not available in North America. So so Catherine I mean I mean I think that it is like I said before there's no movement for Social Justice too small that it doesn't deserve our attention. This is a very small community mused compared to the other immigrant groups Australia by. I think it's still in my opinion worth examining to see. You know I guess for me personally. Personally what could have been had. My family moved to Australia or even Brazil. What could have been you know and so in? I think that's that it is. I don't know it just it just blows my mind that there's this small community that otherwise doesn't get the same attention that other communities he's in other parts of the world deserve in my opinion so for almost out of time so before we let you to go you know Catherine we are speaking to an American an audience. So what do you hope people here in the US especially the Latino community here in the US. What do you hope people learn from this small immigrant community in Australia regards courts their American counterparts? I guess one thing that I think is really interesting about the Australian the small size of course but everything. Industry's Chris Fall. Right where we're we're we're small on think it's interesting that we've got a real mix of people sign now in the US. You know two thirds of the Hispanics are more are of Mexican. EXA can origin and he. We just don't have that largest group Chileans which were a quarter an next group of from Columbia which are relatively close to that. So we've got many different cultures coming together and in a sense they do turn to each other full support which which you to create a feeling of community? So maybe that's what it is that we can lean on how like-minded compatriots you know. Culturally linked linked people to to to form alagic immunity and retain our sense of culture and language Even living as a minority group in a country our life right from harm and this is something. That's still piques my curiosity now and help to explain on this. You know in the coming weeks and the months ahead so with that. Said we've been speaking with Catherine Travis. She's a professor of modern European languages in the School of Literature Languages and linguistics at the Australian Australian National University in Camera. In addition. She's also the chief investigator in the center of Excellence for the dynamics of language. So captain them Travis. Thank you very much on the show with us. Thanks very much US guys. tiptoe quick you absolutely that said that is it for today's show. We WanNa remind remind everyone that you could check us out on website. which is Latino media collective DOT COM? You GonNa follow us on twitter. The name at L. MC underscores show that is I can't see underscores show and of course live on WPF W FM DOT ORG that's WPF WWL FM. That org so on behalf of my co-producer Abby Roberts words this is Oscar Fernandes saying very much everyone for listening to this show. That's it for today show at US Muslim Chow. It took the by it took it took it once upon a time. Not long got some slide among captain. You look what I manage. 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"At that point the Up until that point the only why people could come to Australia from Latin America where we had some post World War Two European migrants who went for example to Tina and if they'd been in Latin America less than five years they still count as European. And we're allowed to come to Australia. That was there was very limited. A skill functional solid land from non-european areas But it wasn't up until nineteen seventy-three that they had that op and allowed people to to come in so the first wide would say. I think the pus while migration action from spine from Latin America it would be following the nineteen seventies Where we had a big big migration from southern Alvin kind actually would would it be now I group it would be from Tina from Uruguay and Chile? The Australian government offered assisted packages for travel. The end paypal it setup migrant hostels people came and lived in these hostels the night moved to the surrounding suburbs and when you look at the distribution of the community across Australia you can say that these older communities are primarily in Sydney and to a lesser degree in Melbourne. And it's because I think their original placement in these hostels in these major cities ladies and then I moved out to the suburbs. I'm so then. Sheila came just slightly lighter than that and then more recently. Well then we had el El Salvador came off to that that was in the eighty s with a special humanitarian program. That was set up that yet I was talk Dorian migration and then more recently way saying as I said migration from Columbia massive increase in migration. So Catherine. Thank you for mentioning the White Australia policy. Because they'll they'll sunk you. I was GonNa ask you in a moment there and obviously the If you follow the news here in the US but the immigrant community here in the US is going through difficult difficult times and you know so if anyone needs a valuable frame of reference as to where the current administration might be you know looking at or how what their view is of the world when it comes to immigration and Migration Policy Interesting frame of reference would be the white Australia policy from from back back in the day now one component of the White Australia policy that I'm curious to know if it was active or part of or still part of Australia in in the nineteen seventy s as this community was developing is distinct. Called the dictation test was still active during this time in the seventies or was that are already already obsolete and ticket out long ago. Unfortunately I dont know win. The dictation test hissed was taken out but certainly having a high level of English is has always been a priority In Australia and if anything. It's actually strengthening more recently. Just recently there was quite a bit of discussion about rising. The level of the English tests that people people native to pass in fact some people said that rising to a level that was equivalent to getting into you having university level English And there was quite a bit of debate. What about that in in the end did it didn't go through? Fortunately but certainly language has long been used as a way to to to discriminate against against people I guess another interesting point about languages. And we think about these waves of migration jury the at Margaret's from humanitarian reasons were often unskilled. They often had a low level of of English. They had little economic power and we've seen a massive change to that now. The kind of migration that we saying is very highly skilled For example from Columbia from Venezuela very highly educated title very highly skilled have some level of English and also have sufficient money because Australia has right is continually rising amount of money that you need to demonstrate that you've got and the the criteria so it's very very different social group that we're seeing a massive social change in out-migration which of course for Australia. It's it's a massive boon to get these very well educated very motivated people in. It's obviously just a massive loss for the for the countries that coming from. Yeah you know what that's interesting that you mentioned that that does sort of the intellectual brain or the brain drain as one might call it whenever they are crisis in places like the aforementioned El Salvador or an orange Chile. It's the intelligence of the country. That's leaving because of some form of persecution from wherever wherever country there may be in question here in the case of El Salvador. It was is a horrendous civil war in the eighties that led a lot of people including my own family to immigrate to the US in one thousand nine hundred eighty S. Not Noise noise. We knew that Australia was an option. During this time suddenly we can see that as Spanish speaking population is very high. Achieving in some ways it was just looking at the census to compare EDUCATION LEVELS FOR PEOPLE WHO report speak Spanish at Hun with those reports speak English at home and interestingly Al Spanish speakers much higher proportion has completed high school and a high proportion have also attained a bachelor's degree at University University. So I think this is consistent with this is very well educated people who are coming out to a Stra Interestingly a lower proportion in have attained a postgraduate degree so I'm not sure whether we saying some sort of ceiling affect their or Oh what's going on with that but certainly any. We can say it very clear to say the high high status of education.
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"The will of the people But also you know then recognizing that in the vacuum of power the most radical elements of the opposition are the ones who have moved in to fill in the vacuum. So I got into you know you can. You can have a nuanced position and say an AH express criticisms of leadership. Also you know taking into account that Invited the OI asked to to the audit of the election survey found irregularities he immediately turned around and denounce him again. You have to think it's funny in. Every single left is sort of governments and leaders leaders leaders in America. They detest in Bolivia. It was quite the opposite in Bolivia they were actually seen as a closed legitimising to apple and the right did not trust Russell. Dos so you talk to people on the ground and they tell you basically what's going on you know when you when you talk to people when you talk to conservatives yeah you get. Did you get the same sort of criticisms you might expect but when you talk to people on the left and believe you people are mad about the fires because we have very close to agribusiness People are mad about how he is handling of you know. LGBT Q.. And abortion rights because he was very getting very close to evangelical groups So you know there are all these nuances that people. People don't understand It's the same in Chile right. I mean Chile. You have conservative government in this guy in this up in the opposition seems wing and they're trying to overthrow this neoliberal but reality -ality people who are very very complex things you know the release to the Constitution and amending the Constitution and they end. The government actually now offered a lot of different Outlets to solve it so you know I and they're calling actually for new constitution and maybe next year. They're going to vote to see. They're going to rewrite it so again. You know yeah yeah I mean a lot of really bad abuses of the police were happening in in Chile But you know you can't also condemned blanket can issue a blanket nation. I say all the Chilean government is massacring people in not responding to the protests. When in fact they are doing? But you're also you can also say they have committed serious abuses and they've made a lot of mistakes at the beginning just like able did so you know again Left to right not so not so easy. I really wish it was because it would make got. My job is just to take it out of your logical position and you say this is the. That's my point because it's interesting because I do feel like Latin. America is incredibly complex but the US policy in Latin America is actually still looking at through the simplistic Lens. So when you mentioned like the O. A. S. the fact that trump those really interesting the moment Evo Now I'm not surprised. You know the White House. The moment able resigned. There's a statement from the White House us about Bolivia but President Trump I think is only common about Chile was at a gaggle when he does it in front of the helicopter and he said I know a lot of Chilean's ends are really great people that should work it out and it's kind of you know the US being involved in here is clear that at least trump policy it's still kind of on the pendulum on the right. So anyone you know the Nicaragua was in the Bolivia's Cuba's and the minister of the world That that that's that's bad for. US Policy so they celebrated Morales leaving for sure that all this you can see you can see how a a lot of things aligned with US policy priorities. You could also see how yeah issuing statements legitimizing them help but there's also is not so easy to see see that there is direct involvement at least not at the stages right so I mean again. I'M NOT GONNA sit here and there's been no direct can also sit here and say there has been because I I haven't seen any clear evidence other than yes. I mean other than statements and things that seemed to encourage you know You know regime change quote unquote that you know aligned with the ideological Ideological sort of you know Prison of the White House. Now we know that the why this White House and the State Department and is is in disarray. Incomplete political disarray. And so I I also I don't know I wouldn't ask cry. This level of efficient metal meddling in Latin America to these people either. At this point I feel like Yeah there could be benefits for for them taking certain positions or encouraging leaders to add but at the same time there it hasn't been I don't I haven't seen any evidence of a coherent policy. or Co he's a policy to encourage all these things to happen all at once right and we don't know right we don't know so you're right about the State Department and the like we don't know what's going on but it's an easy. You know people people who follow what's happening I I do know what's happening on the ground. I mean I do know what's what's been the political battles in the political pressures that that has been developing for for for all for all these years in America that sort of exploded in this way. I mean again if you haven't been paying attention to Bolivia and you sign up on twitter right now you see. There's an indigenous Socialist leftist president has been ousted in a coup and conservative right wing government aligned with the. US It's taking power and that seems like a very easy narrative narrative to to believe and trust. But but of course are my by my job and one that has been following for such a long time. You realize it's not a simple right and and then just to finalize it because while this is all happening then you have the president of Cuba saying hey guys your policies to us off a work and so I mean it feels like the last time I had you on. We were talking about Venezuela earlier this year. And I'm Kinda like Cuban minutes whether become like they're not even on the radar in a lot of ways now so what you know. What I mean like was interesting because in Cuba where there's no real democracy to be? It could be defended or like like what went when they hand chosen president quote unquote of Cuba. You know who was who was picked By mind you buy the vegetarian brother of the previous leader of Cuba. You know. He'd says democracies under attack in Bolivia. Like well you better interest. This went out because I don't know if you're qualified speak about democracy eight of the same thing with with someone who has refused to allow a if You know free and fair elections events because he is. He's paneling of the economies of of of of the country has been dismal and all all credible polls show show. He's an incredibly unpopular president and he will be voted out because no president could survive the disaster. SPAS is. He's an actor so you know there's a there's a tube countries resent are now. Yeah they might be I mean even in the case of Chile was Kinda gloating you know. Look at all these popular uprising. Against you guys gonNA kick cowed this conservative government and Chile but at the same time as well but it basically its own famous people or people because they don't get that say they don't. I made we know. We know about the rampant repression Minnesota and of course in Cuba. Well there's no tradition of having elections. Hey A- Lopez I can talk to you forever but I really appreciate huge like we needed to catch up and Oh thank you for having me. I really say this again I it's very complicated. It's it's incredibly nuance but But you know I. It's also heartbreaking. I feel I what's happening for. I believe in people and for people chilly I mean would you really want is voices ought to be heard and and and and and hopefully democratic and peaceful way. And we're we're seeing that's not the case and I I'm worried about it. Yeah Yeah I think we should all but keep doing the great work you're doing and And I'm not saying that just because you're my editor when I write for you once in a while so there you go thank you so much. Keep it going really pursue perspective. You Ousman Montel talk to you soon but I just want to thank you again for breaking it down trying to at least begin to analyze this And understanding how complex it is not only in how we report it but also how people consume it and interpret. I think it's a really interesting fascinating debate. I've been following it so much. We're publishing as many articles as we can not rebels and we'll continue to try. I do look into this a little bit more but I just felt like it was important to begin to have this conversation again. Because there's so much news breaking out of Latin America every day day and with the impeachment happening. It's there's so many people who follow us who really want to know what's going on in the region so we're trying to do the best so we can anyway guys. If you like what you heard please please rate and review US share this podcast. Follow us at Latino rebels fellow me at little seventy seven. We'll be back with another podcast special. Thanks to producers Luiz Luna who does magic behind the scenes to make me sound. Intelligent intelligent would guess so special. Thanks for him for booking this interview and like we always do guys always goes out with our player. Manasseh who Latino rebels radio.