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Can Australia and China learn to get along?

Between The Lines

05:36 min | 2 months ago

Can Australia and China learn to get along?

"Tensions with china. Australia's tried stash with. China has escalated sharply with savage new tariff. Sit hit our wine industry hard from tomorrow. All australian wine will be hit with a one hundred to two hundred per cent hike. A move gross. I will devastate the industry. There was an abc news account of china hitting our wine sector of course assign deterioration of sino australian relations in the past. Gee indeed relationship between our nations have not been so dismal in more than half a century that is since before them opened ties with communist china. Mainland we give expression to new international album. No nation is on you. Aspirations symbolize law china upon our region. That was then prime minister. Gough whitlam ushering in a new era of cooperation between beijing and camber that was in nineteen seventy three. However in the past year in response to cambridge calls for an inquiry into the origins of covid nineteen. The chinese government has launched an unprecedented economic retaliation against our export industries. We mentioned one. Is bali. Beef lamb cotton lobster timber call and so on. Now you might ask not unreasonably. Why can't cambridge just restore relations with china indeed. How often have you heard the critics. Say if only camera toned down its rhetoric. Restored a dialogue rebuild trust with beijing. If the government did all these things did more to accommodate china all would be well instead where told cambra native sleep provokes trade partner by implementing foreign interference laws rejecting the wildlife. Fog j. network beat and calling for an inquiry into the origins of the crown of ours. Now that's what the critics site and you've heard many of them on this show in recent years. The hugh watt the jeff rabies. The stephen fitzgerald's the linda jakobsen's the giants lawrenson and some of them. however kanchana really rise peacefully. And is it really fair to say that when there's trouble it's invariably the fault of either washington's hawkish policies or a net australian diplomacy. How do you deal with our largest trade partner that is converting its economic might into strategic and military clout. Well we have a terrific panel is political editor of the sydney morning herald paid. His forthcoming book is called red zone. China's challenge australia's future as published by lacking books. Get i paid. I welcome back to national tomo. As a pleasure and she'll mahbubani is a distinguished fellow at the national university of singapore's asia research institute keisha. Most recent book is called. Has china won. The chinese challenge to american promessi k. Show it's also a pleasure to welcome you back to between the lines especially it'd be backed up now. Many australians as you will know are understandably anxious about what they see. Is china's discrimination against australia. What do you think is targeting. Us and abbey's measures against our exports justified in your judgment. Let me try tom to be very frank and help flow by giving you. What's that regional exception of australia. In the larger context the world has changed. We have gone from the euro than domination of world history to us. The ancient century and australia is very lucky that it is situated in the heart of issues now but australia still behaves culturally a western society in an asian dominated environment. And just to give you one simple example but you walk into an asian home. Most times you take off your shoes. That's asian culture. This not western culture the take off your shoes now with decide their fall to live and work in sight and asian home. Do you want to try and understand the issue norms or do you want to work. Only with western nas. That's the fundamental question that australia faces. Well you have risen case your that as westin palace slowly but steadily received from asia australia could be lifted stranded together with new zealand as the sole western entities in asia and paid a casual guys on following on from what he just said that quote as western power recedes. Globally australia's predominantly western population could feel very isolated and lonely. Niger asia paid a hatchet. How would you respond to katia model. Bonnie depends on how you define whist and tom If western society western values includes retaining liberties if it allows us to have free speech freedom of association freedom to choose our governments and reject them. Then i think straightens would happily subscribe to the definition of wisden

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"lawrenson" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

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CDC says nearly 5,000 virus cases at meat and poultry processing plants

All Things Considered

06:10 min | 1 year ago

CDC says nearly 5,000 virus cases at meat and poultry processing plants

"But we're going to start with the concerns of workers in meat and poultry processing plants last Tuesday president trump issued an executive order requiring meat and poultry plants to remain open during the pandemic it was issued to quote ensure a continued supply of protein for Americans on quote but this comes as some of these plants are becoming hot spots of the virus according to the centers for disease control as of the end of April nearly five thousand meat and poultry workers in nineteen states tested positive for covert nineteen and that's just what we know the CDC says not all states with confirmed cases in these facilities provided them with data and that's in addition to other limitations like the lack of a nationwide testing regimen and this got us wondering about how these workers could be protected as they work through the pandemic to help us better understand this we've called to people with first hand knowledge of the industry David Michaels is the former head of the occupational safety and health administration OSHA he's an epidemiologist by training and is currently a professor of public health at George Washington University welcome professor Michael thanks for joining us very happy to be on your show today also with me is marked Lawrence and he is the international vice president and director of the food processing packing and manufacturing division of the United food and commercial workers that's the union that represents workers in meat processing plants he's also a former hog slaughter Mr Larson thank you so much for joining us as well hi Michelle it's good to be with you today to professor Michael I'm going to start with you we we wanna know that OSHA issued guidelines for how meat and poultry processing plants can keep workers safe is this the strictest form of rule making that the agency has a I mean are these enforceable or these just recommendations no they are purely recommendations and that's really the problem and we've had recommendations from OSHA and CDC for several months now the plight of those plans but the fact that we have thousands of workers who have been infected and many who've died is hopeful proof the recommendations aren't enough with all she needs to do is issuing emergency standard and not just for meat processing but for the whole country country as we open up on Friday she tweeted out enforcement guidelines regarding workers in meat and poultry processing plants and it encourages plants to follow OSHA safety guidance within the department of labor issued a statement saying that state and local governments can't close them down for not following these guidelines so what does that mean exactly the department of labor's job is to make sure workers are safe not to protect employers from lawsuits here when they make workers safe but that's what the labor department saying that they want employers corporations to follow the guidelines but local authorities kept close them down and actually that they will intervene in a lawsuit on behalf of the corporations let me turn to mark Lawrenson out Mister Larson I know you're talking to folks since since the outbreak occurred I know you're talking to workers so what are they telling you are they are you hearing from from people have any of these social distancing guidelines been brought into play have workers been spread out are they wearing protective gear and and and the like the problem is we have a hidden miss enforcement and and people that are well our employers are willing to to follow those guidelines so we have a hit and miss in some facilities will have people largely because of absences now that we can spread out and we can institute of physical distancing but because we have no clear guidelines where we have to have certain standards throughout the industry it's very hit and miss so to learn some of the stick with you for a second the CDC came out with a report last month after touring a pork processing plant in South Dakota this was the Smithfield plant that had an outbreak of corona virus has become a hot spot in that state you know one thing that stood out is that the report said that some forty different languages were spoken are spoken among the workers there and so can you just give us a picture of who is working at this plant and you know are there mechanisms for you know educating people about worker safety and their rights and proper procedures there do you understand what I'm asking yeah so the meat packing industry has always been jobs that are are very diverse large immigrant populations refugee populations find it is a it is a place to land when they first enter the United States so we do have an awful lot of languages that are spoken in any particular plant and it could be different dialects and different languages and different facilities so in the CDC comes out and says there is a communication problem there's always been a communication problem and it's incumbent upon the employers to know who their work force are and to communicate that well where else do you think that people should know that they might not know about this industry these workers are hard working individuals that have showed up to do their job even in tough circumstances before this and they have been deemed essential employees we should be treated as essential employees not as sacrificial employees and don't forget that even post code nineteen this country who's deemed these workers as central is going to have to take care of these workers on the on the mental health side because we're seeing a lot of mental health issues that are starting to pop up this is Michael's what what are you going to be what are you going to be looking to S. plans either re open to continue to operate in the next couple of weeks as us as the story continues what we're seeing in some communities where there is testing is that the rates of disease are just skyrocketing and I suspect we'll receive that more and more as testing becomes more widespread OSHA will step in and say you have to do better in the fall she doesn't do that you know Congress is looking at the legislation saying that OSHA must step in and issue mandatory guidelines and I suspect that will become a front and center discussion does other industries open up in all of these

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Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway

"President the actor trump's best order known for to meat playing processors Han solo to keep in their Star plants Wars running during is the being pandemic investigated raises for another safety questions aerial mishap by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty Harrison workers Ford dead was at nationwide the controls of and a thousands plane that of others wrongly testing cross positive the runway for the corona where another virus plane or was being landing exposed to and it now the feds the United are looking food into and commercial the incident workers union that happened is raising this past safety Friday concerns at Hawthorne about airport the meat plants in Los Angeles union for vice the publicist president mark says Lawrenson the mishap says occurred changes when have the actor to be made mis including heard slowing an instruction the lied from air and traffic personal control protective equipment the publicist for all statement the says workers forty media he P. only fetched up to testing the mistake and apologized proper to the tower speed for his so error we can actually and that space no one ourselves was hurt out no was trump's there order any danger follows of the closure collision of some of the nation's it's the largest latest pork in several processing similar plant incidents the companies over the years are working for Ford up mitigation who is seventy plans seven while now also he offering collects higher and pay frequently and bonuses flies to both help planes the workers and helicopters to stay on the job I'm Oscar wells Gabriel I'm timid wire

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Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway

"President the actor trump's best order known for to meat playing processors Han solo to keep in their Star plants Wars running during is the being pandemic investigated raises for another safety questions aerial mishap by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty Harrison workers Ford dead was at nationwide the controls of and a thousands plane that of others wrongly testing cross positive the runway for the corona where another virus plane or was being landing exposed to and it now the feds the United are looking food into and commercial the incident workers union that happened is raising this past safety Friday concerns at Hawthorne about airport the meat plants in Los Angeles union for vice the publicist president mark says Lawrenson the mishap says occurred changes when have the actor to be made mis including heard slowing an instruction the lied from air and traffic personal control protective equipment the publicist for all statement the says workers forty media he P. only fetched up to testing the mistake and apologized proper to the tower speed for his so error we can actually and that space no one ourselves was hurt out no was trump's there order any danger follows of the closure collision of some of the nation's it's the largest latest pork in several processing similar plant incidents the companies over the years are working for Ford up mitigation who is seventy plans seven while now also he offering collects higher and pay frequently and bonuses flies to both help planes the workers and helicopters to stay on the job I'm Oscar wells Gabriel I'm timid wire

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Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway

"President the actor trump's best order known for to meat playing processors Han solo to keep in their Star plants Wars running during is the being pandemic investigated raises for another safety questions aerial mishap by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty Harrison workers Ford dead was at nationwide the controls of and a thousands plane that of others wrongly testing cross positive the runway for the corona where another virus plane or was being landing exposed to and it now the feds the United are looking food into and commercial the incident workers union that happened is raising this past safety Friday concerns at Hawthorne about airport the meat plants in Los Angeles union for vice the publicist president mark says Lawrenson the mishap says occurred changes when have the actor to be made mis including heard slowing an instruction the lied from air and traffic personal control protective equipment the publicist for all statement the says workers forty media he P. only fetched up to testing the mistake and apologized proper to the tower speed for his so error we can actually and that space no one ourselves was hurt out no was trump's there order any danger follows of the closure collision of some of the nation's it's the largest latest pork in several processing similar plant incidents the companies over the years are working for Ford up mitigation who is seventy plans seven while now also he offering collects higher and pay frequently and bonuses flies to both help planes the workers and helicopters to stay on the job I'm Oscar wells Gabriel I'm timid wire

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Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"President trump's order to meat processors to keep their plants running during the pandemic raises safety questions by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

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Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"President trump's order to meat processors to keep their plants running during the pandemic raises safety questions by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

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Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"President trump's order to meat processors to keep their plants running during the pandemic raises safety questions by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

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Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"President trump's order to meat processors to keep their plants running during the pandemic raises safety questions by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

Donald Trump President Trump Vice President Mark Lawrenson
Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"President trump's order to meat processors to keep their plants running during the pandemic raises safety questions by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

Donald Trump President Trump Vice President Mark Lawrenson
Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"With some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

Donald Trump Vice President Mark Lawrenson
Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"With some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

Donald Trump Vice President Mark Lawrenson
Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"With some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

Donald Trump Vice President Mark Lawrenson
Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"With some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

Donald Trump Vice President Mark Lawrenson
Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Meatpackers welcome Trump order; others question virus risks

"With some twenty workers dead nationwide and thousands of others testing positive for the corona virus or being exposed to it the United food and commercial workers union is raising safety concerns about the meat plants union vice president mark Lawrenson says changes have to be made including slowing the lied and personal protective equipment for all the workers he P. testing proper speed so we can actually space ourselves out trump's order follows the closure of some of the nation's largest pork processing plant the companies are working up mitigation plans while also offering higher pay and bonuses to help the workers to stay on the job I'm timid wire

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Thriving/Surviving in Lockdown

The Emma Guns Show

09:38 min | 1 year ago

Thriving/Surviving in Lockdown

"I am your host emigrant wardner and this is just a midweek check and see how you doing and also to thank you for all of the emails. I've been receiving I mean if there's one thing that's good that's coming out of the situation it's that I am hearing from so many of you. feedback on so many episodes. Not just the recent ones and also questions about future episodes things you'd like to hear from or hear about but I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who's been in touch Particularly about the doctor. Jeffrey rediker interview the compensation about Moore calls and the basically spontaneous remission and miracle healing and so many people saying that they had such a such an intense reaction to that one in how positive they found it and my wonderful friend the makeup artist. Sarrebruck actually emailed me saying it had a profound effect on her which was so kind of her and also the conversation. I had on the poker with Dr. CBO loads if you were really interested in that. And not just about his surgical abilities and how he talked about the human body and performing cosmetic surgeries but also his approach to business. I know a lot of your really very business minded whether you running your own business or you have a side hustle or whatever. It might be new really intrigued by his approach. I know lots of you had taken on his advice about yes. We've got time during quarantine during lockdown to learn a new skill. And there's all these ridiculous things as I've previously spoken about where you don't have to do that. You have to learn a new language or an instrument but how you can actually learn a complimentary skill. Perhaps we'll just investigate something that might help. Whether it's your business. Whatever it might be you can learn an adjunct skill that could actually benefit you. After this point something that you would normally think I really wish I had time for that to support my business or whatever it might be an move forward with it during this particular time so I know lots of you really took that as a as a bit of a call to arms to actually. I'm going to. I'm going to investigate that. So thank you for all your messages to everybody. There were same anchalee about that particular episode saying about the various things that you were actually finally going to look into Some people were learning coding. Which is going to help their job over. Going to really understand their finance side of that business because it's something that they felt that they didn't have enough insight on so it was really interesting to hear how a conversation with a plastic surgeon and actually really motivated lots of you to look at various other experts aspects of your life and how you could use the time in lockdown to maximize or potentially not. Don't particularly want because we talked about in the last mid week show or the one before Wendy Roe came on and talked about how ridiculous it is this pressure of well locked down there. Treat it like a an intense some of course where you come out with a skill at the other end which is just absolute nonsense. I'm speaking of Wendy Roe. Lots of you got in touch saying you loved listening to her career story and how so many of you a lot of you know me or have been with me for a long time so you know that my background is the beauty journalist right at the very beginning of my career and lots of you saying how you really enjoyed hearing about the garage. After a makeup artists trying to make a name for themselves and the graph of working on photo shoots and what it really took and how actually it really is. All those component parts the graph the not working for money the learning learning when to shut up knowing who to learn from and then figuring out how how and what. Your style is really interesting and how soup hearing her explain. Her journey really made it very clear. How those building blocks really fit together and have carved out this wonderful career Wendy House. They think he's everyone he listened to those episodes now. I did say a couple of weeks ago. I talked about or a few weeks ago. I talked about the The way to work more efficiently from home and and this is very much much. I ever bonus show really about the corona virus. Which is something I want to necessarily linger on. Because obviously there's a lot to say about that. I did a particular podcast about working from home and I think we've all been over a month in this now and there are some new developments that even. I'm I've learned that I've made mistakes even though I thought I had a pretty rigid structure in place so I just thought I'd really update you on that. And hopefully that might help you. If you're feeling you're getting to the four or five week mark and maybe your wobbling a little bit and just feeling a little. Bit like Oh. This is getting tough now. I talked in that episode which was how to be productive while working from home which brackets because of the corona virus. But I talked about having a structure. I talked about having a routine about getting up at the same time every day about going to bed at the same time every day. So that your body basically gets into a rhythm because when you're in a rhythm everything else kind of happens on autopilot if your body is in really nice easy rhythm then everything else seems to fall into place whereas what we don't have at the moment is a particular structure because we don't have to be anywhere at a certain time or do it a thing at a certain time so all of that has thrown has been thrown out of the window so for me structure is still really key. Is that my mom at seven. Am on weekdays. And I usually wake up this game. Does anyone else do this? I wake up and then I look over at my clock before I turned it around. I can see it. I guess an unusually within ten minutes of it which is always very weird but anyway anyone else do that. Please do and let me know worry moment. Let me know. But I get up at seven o'clock on Weekdays and eight o'clock on weekends and I find that that works really well. I always tend to sort of start making my way to bed at around ten o'clock. That's I have a cup of sleepytime t at ten o'clock maybe nine o'clock or just begin to sort of wind down and then. I'm going to get into bed together because I'm puttering around weeding doing stuff. Skin-care comes into and that can take awhile at this age so I do tend to sort of move towards the bed at around ten o'clock and I definitely definitely don't want to be out of bed any later than eleven sound like a boarding school or something but that routine is structure really works for me and that is a real they are really pillars and foundations and really cornerstones for me of making this work but then the other thing that I find really important is moving and If you follow me on social media you know most mornings I just do a little post before. I'm about to yoga on my exercises and just say hello. Everyone I'm up. I did talk about doing something different every hour. Even I'm not really doing that but as if I had in the back of my mind I feel like if I'm beginning to feel my entity dip. I can look at the clock and think it's quarter to five. I better move and do something between five and six this different from what I've been doing for the last few hours but I find that getting up in the morning immediately getting into some form of Jim Kit and moving really really helps and a it just helps wake me up wake my brain up and it just makes me feel good and it makes me feel like achieve something so Monday Wednesday and Friday I do little circuit workout with weights in my living room so I do love going Monday. I do for body on Wednesday and I do cool on a Friday. My golden intention during those thirty minute workout is to keep my heart bay or get my heart rate to and above one hundred eighty beats per minute for the on average for the half an hour and also just mind. My form do really good exercises. Make sure I'm before them. Well and then I can take that box and it's done and it's only thirty minutes and by the time you get into the second set of something or other you can kind of get them halfway through. It's not so bad and then again it's just that feeling of tick. I've done a workout. And then that's usually by eight o'clock eight thirty so that always sets my day on a really good fitting on the days. When I don't do those workouts I go for a walk early on. I found actually that doing a twenty minute. Yoga flow and I'll put the link in the show notes that the one that I do from Yoga with Adrian. It's really energizing. But it's still gentler enough to be good for beginners. Just gets me in the fame of mind and then I go out. I walk with per about our work with. I can imagine what even looks like but you know what I mean. I'd like to join with a bit of pace just sort of moving. Not just sort of doodling with purpose and then I come back and my day seems to pan out really really nicely in front of me and I was actually speaking to my friend Amy Lawrenson. Who is a fellow beauty journalist writer health writer and she's also a trained personal trainer qualified personal trainer. I should say and she was saying. Actually it's not a bad thing to exercise every day when we in lockdown. Because we're not getting the sort of you know we're not doing the movement we would normally do of getting on a train getting on the chew walking to work walking to the bus all of that activity that we all used to doing when we're going to places and being out and about when doing so actually exercising every day as long as you're mixing it up and you're doing a mix of strength of walking yoga if cardio is perfectly acceptable at this time so it makes me feel a lot better and I do like. I don't know if anyone asks why. Do like getting outside and I have found that going out early the as Moseley fresh and it's really warm. London and I'd like to go out before it gets really hot. So it's nice to sort of hit hit the day when it's nice and cool moti busy all of that kind of jazz so that has been really positive.

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Are Insect Guts the Secret to the Most Delicious Kimchi?

Gastropod

09:54 min | 1 year ago

Are Insect Guts the Secret to the Most Delicious Kimchi?

"So Kimchi is a lot of different things to a lot of different people. This is Kevin Kin. He's the food ethnographer. PhD candidate at the University of Maryland and gastropod listener. Calvin Ho recommended that we give Kevin Call to talk talk about yes Kimchi. Basically it is a traditional Korean dishes for mental vegetables. The formula of witches normally fermented seasonal vegetables with some form for meant seafood sometimes in the form of anchovies brine shrimp but it runs the gamut in the US. The kind of Kimchi. We nearly early always eat is made of cabbage but Lawrenson tunes it. Kimchi company called mother-in-law's and she wrote the Kimchi Cookbook. She says it doesn't have to be. It can be made with any vegetables. Roy So it's not necessarily NAPA cabbage that makes it Kimchi. It's the process of Fermenting pickling that Bro says the fermentation it produces a shall we say distinctive smell. It's hard to describe having grown up with it my whole life but I would say to me it smells. It's not like home but I think it's a vegetable funk that you might get from something like Sauerkraut interspersed with the sharp aromas this of onion and garlic and scallions and actually sauerkraut and Kimchi. Our booth made through the same fermentation process. There are two main differences. One is the type of cabbage. Sauerkraut is usually made with that hard greenish round cabbage and not frilly NAPA cabbage. The other one is the differences in the seasonings but the fermentation method. That's the same and for the most part. Kimchi is played with red pepper. So sometimes it's quite spicy but it doesn't necessarily have to be there varieties. That are not spiced but that fermentation lactic acid. Bacteria's what gives it. Its ZIP zing. That's what gives it what Koreans call life. There's an old saying in Korea that Kimchi is half of all the the food provision Koreans traditionally have Kimchi at all three meals breakfast. Lunch and dinner it served as a side. It's omnipresent on on on the side you know. A lot of people will say without Kim cheaters. No there is. No meal was born in South Korea but I immigrated to the United States when I was two but even when I was in La we first moved to La up. Kimchi was always on the table. We always had jars of it. So if you're Korean you're likely never far from Kimche when you're at home but sometimes Koreans need to travel to places where Kim t might not be on every table because they want to have Kimchi with almost every meal. They'll pat Kimchi and sometimes jars. Because of the pressurization and the fact that Kim. She's alive with lactic. Acid bacteria will sometimes explode midflight the chefs deficit one of. La's trendiest restaurants animal. Actually had this happen to them. They'd cry of Axum Kimchi to bring it along with them. And when they got to the baggage carousel it was complete carnage. Everyone was gagging and holding their shirts over their noses. Kevin says there are entire Korean blog posts devoted to making sure. Your Kimchi won't explode it on the plane and overwhelmed your fellow passengers for the next however many hours when Lauren and Kevin were growing up in the US they ate tons of Kimchi. Of course but that pungent vegetal funk it was a problem at least around non Korean Americans the one thing that admonition that my mom always told me was to never eat. Kim She with with anyone. who wasn't Korean early on? I remember having it in my lunches and of course being made fun of for it because of that vegetal funk and having that some semblance of perhaps embarrassment or shame you know I would ask my mom. Why can't you just pack me? Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches. Of course that's all changed now Kevin and is proud of Kimchi but my question is how does cabbage which you know. I like cabbage. Okay but it's just cabbage. How does that become this essential sources zip and basically there's one bacteria called lactobacillus? You listeners might remember it from our Cerrado episode because along with yeast. It's a key part of sourdot starters Aziz lactobacillus they're also called lactic acid bacteria and they live to eat the sugars in the cabbage leaves. And then they excrete they excrete acid which sewer and they fought out carbon dioxide. That's the bubbles and more of the sourness. Oh the lactic. Acid bacteria are the key to Kimchi. And whenever we at GASTROPOD WANNA get up close and personal with the microbes in our food. We know who to call. I'm Ben Wolf and I am an assistant professor at Tufts University and Gastropods in-house microbiologist adjusts. Not only is he our very own in-house microbiologists now. Every podcast has that but we need a special who true but as it happens. Ben Is also in the middle of a huge huge Kimchi research. Project perfect there was a sort of baseline understanding of the traditional types of lactic acid bacteria that you would find in your average Kimchi. I'm she and most of this. Work was in Korea and so most of it was looking at what are the types of bacteria and also looking at this very clear succession this temporal change of microbes from the beginning of when you first put that Gina Jar and close it up to the whole fermentation process all the way to the end though if green scientists have figured all that out already. What's it's left for Ben to study so one thing that I find really fascinating about Kimchi? Compared to other fermented foods is that unlike cheese or Yogurt were you. You Start Cultures these these microbes that you buy Kimchi and Sauerkraut and other fermented vegetables are not inoculated. When you make Sauerkraut or or pickles or Kimchi you don't ever use a starter? Culture the microbes. Just kind of get in there. So unsurprisingly people like Ben Curious about where these microbes come from and they've tested various possible sources. Like maybe it's US we're the source says an interesting idea this Kimchi Hans or the idea that humans can be an innocuous oculus source for fermented foods in fact there was a really cool city recently here in Massachusetts looking at Sauerkraut production facility similar to Kimchi and a simple lots of different things in the environment that workers the walls and then they also sampled the raw materials the cabbage and they found the cabbage is really the primary source for these bacteria's Ben thanks. This is actually pretty surprising. Amazing that we can just go out pick or by all sorts of vegetables grown nearly anywhere in the world and we can basically always find these is beneficial lactic acid bacteria and so I started to think. Where are they coming from? What's the origin story for these lactic? ACID bacteria how do they get to the plant. Do Different and farms have different types or different abundances of lactic acid bacteria so ben and his graduate student. Esther Miller set out to answer these questions. She and others in the law we. We all went out and surveyed farms throughout New England so we went to Hampshire throughout Massachusetts Connecticut. A little bit into the Hudson Valley as well and said where are these lactic acid bacteria and what are they in terms of the species and abundant are they in the environment. Ami went to these fifty one farm some of them are community gardens. Most listen we're really small farms and we sampled the soil and then we also sampled the lease of weeds and other plants in the environment. We didn't directly sample cabbage. We just wanted to say what is the potential potential source of these bacteria because they have to hide out somewhere when they're not growing on the cabbage leaf and they did find lactobacillus but not as much as they expected. They're incredibly rare in the environment. Virement so it's it's actually really hard to find them so if you look in soil or if you look on leave us. They're usually less than one percent of all the types of bacteria that are in the Environment Mint and to us that was kind of surprising because it really does suggest that we're relying on these rare and somewhat variable groups of microbes do this important fermentation process versus one of the reasons. Bannon esther that these lactic acid bacteria or so rare on farms is because they aren't particularly comfortable. They're just not they're happy place. They're really good at fermenting sugars in a low oxygen somewhat salty and cold environment. So you think of your average cabbage leaf hanging out in a farm field in August. I it's one of those things I wanted to make sure that these lactic acid bacteria truly didn't love farm. Fresh cabbage leaves said they grew tiny sterile cabbages in the lab cabbages with literally. No microbial life so what you do. is you take cabbage seeds. And you sterilize. The surface of the cab seeds with ethanol and a little bit of bleach. And then you put them in a sterile klay medium that we have inside of a test tube and you grow them. They happily grow in the assessing the NAPA cabbages love. This environment went and then what we can do is spray those plants with different combinations of microbes and basically the lactic acid bacteria all die. It's not even that they're bad getting to the plant but once they do do they slowly just decrease in abundance so they're not even really good at fighting in that leaf environment where there's lots of other bacteria that will happily grow so again. It's sort of a magical thing that Kimchi Sauerkraut even works. Because we're relying on this really rare group of microbes. They're rare but like we said earlier. There are a whole bunch of different kinds of lactic acid bacteria that you can find in a Kimchi fermentation. So do those different varieties. Make a difference to your final kitschy. One of the questions that were interested in is what species you start off with in terms of the cabbage. Bring in from the farm. How does that control or contribute to the fermentation process and ultimately the flavor and quality of the product because because you would get different microbes going on different plants and so we're trying to tease that apart you? What is the role of geography? Is there a microbial terroirs to cabbage. And at this point we don't don't know yet we're just starting to do some of those experiments Bend told us all these questions and then he had an idea after all he knows where all about microbes era gastropod. Why not get us to do some of this research for him? You wanted to test her idea. You could buy different cabbages from different sources from anthem in the same way and see what happens I different.

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High School Cheaters Nabbed By Neural Network

60-Second Science

01:55 min | 2 years ago

High School Cheaters Nabbed By Neural Network

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata, the English language version of Wikipedia has almost six million articles. And if you're cheating student that's six million essays already written for you footnotes and all except plagiarism isn't really ineffective tactic just plug the text into a search engine and game over. But what about having a ghostwriter at a paper mill composer final essay, STAN dot K two recent software cannot detect this kind of cheating. Stefan luanne is a data analyst at the university of Copenhagen in Denmark, where he's based ghost writing is a growing problem in high schools, so Lawrenson and his colleagues created a program called ghost rider that can detect the cheats at its core is in neural network trained and tested on a hundred and thirty thousand real essays, from ten thousand Danish students after reading through tens of thousands of essays label as being written by the same author or not the machine taught itself to tune in to the characteristics. That might tip off cheating, for example, did a student's essays share the same styles of punctuation. The same spelling mistakes were the abbreviations, the same by scrutinizing inconsistencies like those ghost rider was able to pinpoint cheated essay nearly ninety percent of the time, the team presented the results at the European symposium on artificial neural networks, computational intelligence and machine learning. And there is one more aspect here that could help students your high school, essays presumably, get better over time as you learn to write and the machine can detect that the final idea is, of course, to try to detect students who either at risk, the because that development and writing style is not as you would expect teachers could thus give extra help to kids who really need it while sniffing out the cheaters too. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don yada.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From the BBC Lawrenson China. It's twenty one minutes the out. It's talk about her Lenka and the events of Easter Sunday, which left two hundred ninety people dead at least nearly five hundred injured in a series of coordinated bomb attacks, which targeted three churches during Easter services three high end hotels, and then further blasts in the suburbs of Colombo and also air force personnel. Apparently diffused an explosive device near the international airport. The authorities say most of the bluffs suicide attacks now late on Sunday in an interview a cabinet minister Landau said that he'd learned that that being a warning about ten days ago about a group which he didn't name linking them to a possible attacks. But he said that the president presence center had failed to pass the information onto the prime minister or the cabinet. He said it was important to find out why the million dollar question was. This was sent on eleven and no propaganda Fisher actually had their hands. None not the members of the cabinet. For the person out of the country, the only arriving late tonight and tomorrow, and how this communication really happened. We should also say that this being recent extreme division between president and prime minister as well. Happy political background to dreadful events that speak more to Chattanooga. Apparatchik who is head of English. News news, I media in Colombo and joins us live can ask about the arrest. I what do we know about them? And what do we know about the group that the that these people are being linked to? There have at the moment from the direction that we have the media. They have four. However, they have fair. As they are there from that. I really. And divorces. Relieved out to the lobby. I love that stay has brought up. I'm expecting that happened expects have explosion. And that actually the I if I'm on the. That I feel carried out. The area of. About four. That yesterday that all out in that area. Member of. Expects six that could right. I go along. Listen, many thanks for that chattering. Apologies. The quality of a line means unfortunate. We're gonna have to leave it there. Just as you were going to give us more details. Chattering. Apparati apologies from news. First major in Colombo just to recap in case. You didn't hear it twenty four people arrested. We knew that also interested in no further details given of this group that is being mentioned by government and security forces. And as you say you may have heard still operates ongoing. So it looks he says as if not figure of twenty four arrests may go up in the near future rest assured. We'll bring you the latest as soon as we can this is Newsday on the BBC World Service now onto guerrilla Sophie's photos posted by a Congolese game ranger which show him posing with guerrillas in the veru national park have gone viral. What is special about these photos? The guerrillas in the background are not just in the frame, but seemed to actually be posing for the camera looking at it. Now that standing up on their legs looking relaxed for looking a little bit like mail, you if we were relaxed thoughtful wearing a suit, the pose is so extraordinary, the well, that's basically why it's going right around the world. And this rather lovely story about an often guerrillas behind the picture. I heard a little bit more the picture was taken by Michio chamois who and speaking on his behalf the deputy director of the national park in a Borana way came on the line to us. He spoke to us from the particular sanctuary in Virago where the photos were taken sank what choir that Big Joe was was that in the inclusion of the Auckland edge of those mountain gorillas, they stay in Qatar a small jungle as you can. See the picture, and if they stay in the in the face, so we put defense just to to stop them not going outside because they usually stay in the enclosure. So these two guerrillas are often gorillas that have been looked after by the Rangers. My right. Yes. How closely the Rangers live with the with the animals those ranch as they leave with those guerrillas because the has grown up seeing those Rangers taking care of them. So they are considering that those engines are their parents and the guerrillas were often because of the actions of porches. I assume is that right? Yes. That's right today. Have their mothers has been killed in July two thousand seven and there was a massacre in Rugen family. So when they came to the orphanage, they were very small they now fully grown. Yeah. There was very small. It was babies one was about two months and another one about from. So they was very very smart. What can you tell us about that pose because they look completely at ease that they almost look. Well, they look human don't they? Look like humans as you can see like so just saluting just so they was very curious to see the car going through NIA the defense. So is it was the first time to see just a car around defense. They stay inside the enclosure, and sometimes we opened the enclosure to these fee into the electric areas. So they can just feet from themselves. So they are basically watching something go past how unusual is it for them to stand up onto lakes? Shows that it doesn't happen. No, molly. But when they're very curious they have to stand up and see what they have to see they grown up in hands of care. Give us so they know all the sign of their caregivers whenever they can't give us turned up. They have to stand up too. So it's kind of signer relating in human being. As they have grown up with can't give us so so the imitating the the humans. Imitating humans. Are you surprised that the photograph has spread around the world as it has because it has gone viral? I was very surprised to see. And it's about my three times seeing just Goria staying up like a human. So I was it's it's very funny. It's a it's a very curious to see Segarra can imitate human. And and the stand up and just material know that it's gone viral as well. Yes, muttiah. No, that's and when I went there just ask him. How did he happen? Then he says for him. It's his first time to see a Godal stand up. So it was very very curious to see just I go to standing up, and the pose is so remarkable when I was shown it when I came into wet my festival was hang on hang on that some manage. It really isn't absolutely fab pictures go and check out the Facebook feed from which eight has gone viral. It's the elite anti poaching. Units of Virunga. I think we can say we approve of them. They do a very very good job. Lots of lovely pictures of men in gorillas. And let's not forget also the other side, you'll find a picture that of two little boys. John Deere and Joan the LaGuardia. And they have quite a story that called ranger often. Give you a clue well worth looking at the Facebook page and many many thanks indeed to Mr. deputy director. In in Burum way. Newsday on the BBC World Service. Our Russ is here with a bulletin. Hello. How shaima and we are talking about most Saleh because he has been accused of don't being able to get much higher off the diving board by the manager. Neil Warnock Egyptian won a penalty in Liverpool's, two nil. Premier league. Win win the Muslim back to the top of the table inventive from the spot to make the game safe walnut. Compared to the British Olympic time. Tom daily, you know, once again, one of two things going against I'm always, you know, Morrison's is around. So it made the job easier. The Bill of penalties in much if you give things license off penalty. Ralian the end of.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Lawrenson Jimenez, the numbers and stock market reaction live on Wall Street's. I sure do Dave blowout jobs report three hundred twelve thousand jobs added in December. That was the most in ten months, we saw big gains in some recently softening sectors, including construction and manufacturing more Americans felt confident that they could find work that sent the unemployment rate up to three point nine percent. Data also showed wages increasing three point two percent on an annual basis, and that may make the Federal Reserve more trigger happy when it comes to interest rate increases still Wall Street likes this report seeing it as a sign the economy is sound the Dow is surging four hundred seventy nine points. The NASDAQ is higher by one hundred and forty five and the s&p five hundred adding forty nine points today. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers still aren't getting paychecks day. Fourteen of the partial government shutdown Gresham. The leaders will go to the White House again next hour, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi. Is an immorality. It's not who we are as a nation. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, countered at wonder if she's going to go on a crusade and take down all the fences and walls across this country. I certainly hope not some Democrats are making the push again to impeach President Trump. He tweeted they're only doing that. Because Democrats know they can't win in twenty twenty. He's had too much success. A navy seal and twice won. A bronze star will be arraigned in court today at a base in San Diego. Any Gallagher is accused of shooting Iraqis civilians in two thousand seventeen and murdering an ISIS prisoner. But his brother claims it's based on accounts. From other seals who'd been reprimanded by Gallagher months after they got back, they spun up stories to try and get my brother under investigation. So.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"He's an expert on pet health and longevity because we want our pets to be healthy. And we want them around for a long time. And he's kind enough to join us here on seven hundred wwl w to talk about this as you're right now on the precipice of New Year's Eve Lawrenson, welcome back to seven hundred wwl w how are you? Thank you so much a Cottee back. You know, and I know that that pets are easily excitable and certain breeds are more excitable than others. And there is going to be this great party coming up on New Year's Eve. So my guess, my guess is that a lot of us will think about this issue. But it's a big issue. Was it not really is the new year we got maybe three things one topic because the loss of change. Maybe we should talk about to keep them safe on New Year's Eve. Let's talk about it a little bit. First of all, you know, fireworks. You know, everybody knows that fireworks stuff like this. But what people don't understand is that just triggers adults nervous system, they become extremely anxious and terrified so they'll do anything during a survival instinct, they'll do anything to get out and get away even tear up windows trying to get out. So what we need to do is create a safe area for them. And maybe put a little a little noise. And some people say don't do I play a little music and their little seating music or even put on the pet channel. You know, what we want to do is keep them distracted because these are not natural noises like thunderstorms only noticed some pet from the storms these fireworks? And even the smell of fire.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"If you agree with that. What's your biggest piece of advice for working in a largely female dominated industry? We did kind of talk about this earlier. But. I would agree. I think they're all people that try to sort of take each other people of each of the down and still I can. I agree. I think they're all I think often is kind of a reflection on that person and themselves like I think if you'll ready confident in what you do they should be enough space for everybody to kind of find their own way. And if you feel so I think often people will try to tell you down if not confident in themselves got their own sort of issues and things going on. And I think you just have to support each other like this enough going on with the kind of the whole metoo movement and all of that. And that whole thing about men and women, and then if women are inviting it's like, a whole another thing that we have to just I'm I don't think it should just be women supporting women, I think women should be supporting men amenities putting women and everyone should just support each other. Like, that's just how it should be in life. I think the best thing is really to just lead, by example. Really? Yeah. It can be hard though. Sometimes I mean, even sometimes I have confidence laps and I'm like, ooh. Look what she's doing everything and I can. I be doing that. But then you gotta check yourself. And that's what you have to do. You have to take it back. You have to take it back to you. And what's your goal in life? And I think I think it's easy to get quite lost in. I think I find that. Because I'm always like doing a different thing doing a different challenge of maybe, you know, I don't have kind of one specific thing. So I think sometimes it's quite easy to kind of look and think, oh, maybe I should be doing that. Well, maybe I should be doing this. Instead, and you have to bring it back and think is actually why should be doing is that really may. Yeah. And I think if you have the integrity, and, you know, you'll self then I think you'll find your own path, and it might just take longer for you than it does for other people, but I shed a post on my Instagram fade and a while back, and it was about how you know, some people make is like the president when they like seventy and some people like CEO's of the company when the twenty and it's like everybody's doing their thing in their own time. And that's okay. And yet, I just think why wouldn't you want to support each other? I mean, don't get me wrong. I love nothing more than going to my boyfriend and having a mode about things that have gone wrong in my day. Oh, like, you know, but I think on the whole we just need to you. Do you support each other? I agree and that's a good answer. So this question is from Amelia, and she says, I'm at a place in my life, where I'm halfway through my post high school gap year and the question, what am I going to do? When I grow up is starting to become seriously relevant in the coming months. I come from an entrepreneurial family where there's never been that much emphasis on the importance of studying, whereas I feel like all of my friends are really set on going to certain colleges and professor and professions and whatnot. But I can't help NB this clarity. I mean, I personally didn't have any clarity ever. But I'm just saying she says, my dream career would be in fashion, which is an industry, you can study, of course. But she feels like it has so much more to do with luck and connections, which is frustrating to her. What should she do to get into the fashion industry? I k so I feel like there's a couple of different things. I want to talk about that..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"Which is really nice. And it some is basically for real beauty enthusiast. So people that want to know about BT ingredients when about the latest products, and then also we do the wellness. Would you the fitness on there as well? And we talk about everything we talk about you know, how to you know, run five k we talk about that. But then we'll also talk about things like, you know, is it normal time period. Pain what a skin tags? We'll talk about sort of kind of haddish say in tag removed. I've had. Removed. It did really well for us because a lot of people get them. And you're like, I don't want this or whatever you're thinking yet them. Well, they basically that like I get them. And you can get them way. You'll bras drop saw on. Why you necklaces are when you like you'll skin rubs on is that how they're 'cause I should know this because I did it that feature. That's just move on this tags. You know, what this is getting a little too medical with me? Skin tags. But yeah, I really really love birdied. So what does it entail to launch a website at brand new website in the UK? I know you had the support system. But how does it hail? What does your job look like? So it's a lot of SEO which is such engine optimization for anybody. That doesn't know. So that means every obstacle. We put out on buddy means that we've optimized it. So the people are such Google. We aim is to get on the fest page Google. So if you're looking for best miscarriages, that's kind of a miss that. You will find us through that. It was also I mean, I did everything from from day one because I didn't have it was just me. So I was doing the newsletters. I was doing all of the content for the site. I was doing old of the socialist. Well, so looking off Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest like it was a lot to learn this on the job. Like, did you already know this from your previous? Yes, when I was L online, we've done a lot of SEO on a load of digital stuff. So a lot of it was. From from those days, and then, you know, socially space. I've been doing it myself. So you know, we had training from the American team. But a lot of it was just giving things ago and seeing if they work in testing Lun, really so. Yeah, that was kind of the fest eighteen months, we got so Buddy's Sista websites who way which is a fashion website and Hannah is the Detroit for that. And we got an assistant. He went to cross the two the two sites and assistant editor, and yes, it was three of us. And yeah, it's been a long sought. But now that's like twelve in the office across the T websites with properly like a fully formed kind of company now, which is great. It's nice to have seen it grow. It seems like a really great place to work. And I do kinda want to talk about what it's like to work in the beauty industry. I'm not a journalist. But I always wonder what it's like to be a journalist. Is it a friendly environment? My so friendly, it's safe anywhere. Note what you would expect. I imagine. But yet such a friendly funny face of made so many good friends and welcome BT, and you see each other a lot. So unlike fashion wet, they will may be too because it say seasonal less. Now, I think there's more launches an events all the time. But you'll seeing more kind of bronze popping up. The maybe don't do that kind of fashion show in spring summer and then in autumn winter, but fashion, generally, it's like twice a year. They'll go off to a low to press day seal of the new the new clothes and things new collections..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"I talk about but they they all funding. So were you always able to be yourself because you mentioned earlier that you weren't the most confident going into L. No, no, I think I always tried to change myself and always tried to be something different. I would always look, you know, other people wearing while the people were doing you didn't compan- myself to other people and try to sort of conform to what I thought people would accept of may not -cially that doesn't work. I find now that I have better relationships with my friends and all the people, you know, my family and things because I'm myself. Yeah. And I don't try to pretend to be anything. I'm no, that's what I love about you so much, but how do you get to that? Point where you're so comfortable, and it's like, yeah. My cat's shits on human toilet. And what? I think you just have to care about less. And I think also when you stop to find yourself a may be doing a lot of the running was a bit of a soul-searching kind of experiments to me, I think when you learn to be with yourself and learn to like yourself, I think you find that she people drawn to that. And now, I have tons of friends, and I have lots people that you know, I get on with. And actually, I have probably people that don't like me. And that's okay. Because you con- you can't be liked by everyone. I said we were doing a tool, and I said that we were fashion where we fashion weekend. And we were doing a tool can I said you can't be loved by everyone. You not cheese. Thank you. That was the response. I wanted no. I was like everyone likes cheese. I mean, unless you're lactose intolerant. You'll vegan. Yes. But a lot of I. I get the sentiment for sure cheese chocolate wine of life. But you call you know, you can't always be cheese chocolate. And then I guess at some point you just have to think, it's okay. It's okay. If not everybody likes me, it's not possible. Yeah. I mean, I've come to terms with a long time ago, but it still hurts sometimes. Yeah, it does. When you, you know, maybe you think oh, I wish I'd been invited to that policy. And you didn't get the invite you say it will ever Instagram you let they didn't want to him. Oh poop stories. Okay. So back to women's health. You were there. Yes. You enjoyed that. How long were you there not very long nine months that? And that was when I realized it was maybe a little bit to fitness for me fine. I missed the beauty kind of trends in the kind of the makeup in the more colorful side to beauty. And that was when I go head hunted by buddy because they basically would like, oh, she's left out. She's going to women's health. Maybe she likes it. Maybe she doesn't let say so they approached me, and I had loved buddy when I was at when it launched launched about seven years ago in the US. So I sort of it was one of the websites. The American websites. I looked at when I was l just see what they would doing. So yet when they approached me, I was like I have to guy for this. And the chance to be able to launch a website in the UK, but having been doing it no completely on my own because they done it in the US having that kind of network, and that amazing support system out there. It was just. Something I couldn't refuse. So for those listening who maybe aren't familiar with birdie? What is the site? What do you talk about on there? How does it? What is it? So essentially, it's a beauty and wellness website. And I think I've kind of managed to what I'm most proud of about it is that it's actually just a Radi friendly place for people to come. And you don't feel like it's patronizing. You don't feel like you being talked down to its Colli. We talk to our readers like, they're all friends. Yeah..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"And then he ran the poo all around the house, and I just best inch taste because I was like, I don't know what to do about this. I cried a lot that week. It was it was quite emotional ups and downs and sires literal shit at all it was everywhere. Yeah. It was everywhere and it really smells. He's he's he's gonna fos metabolism because he has to keep warm because he's not going fab. He eats a lot of food. He fought Salat. Like, it's a whole thing. Weighty have to love sphinxes to get one fine, and my friend dot chie rescued a cat and she lived in a festival fest flow flat. And she was like, oh, this is think would a too. So okay. And she was like, it's basically a toilet shaped litter tray. He put it by the toilet. And they go on it like it's a normal to try. And then once they used to going on that you then put it on top of the toilet. And then they go they jump up, and they go and it still at its tray. And they go on that. And then you can take out the inset littering, and they've got different compartments that you added in and each ones different sized hole. So you start with a small hole and litter and then you replace in the Hogan's Baker in this litter. So eventually, there's no insight. There's no literal and they just going on the toilet. And it took them like a week to get used to going on there with a whole really not a long time. So I think they would like tiny. And then it took a while for us to get to a point where they had no litter, and they were really guy. But now they just go on the toilet. I mean, when I first heard about this instantly, my mind went to meet the parents, or whatever that movie's called the is I don't know which one it is. But I love those movies so much and Jinxi cut us. Is the human toilet? He does. And so when you told me that I was like I need to see it. I did get a photo, and it is really a site. Yeah. It's really a site. He kind of they kinda squawked on the side and then go into the toilet. So we are going to get back to your career. But I just really want to discuss the fact that you're so weird. Like, you're the weirdest person. I maybe I've ever met, and I love it. And that's what you told me about yourself, you you you take pride in this. Yeah. I quite like, well, those two things I don't mind being different. I think that's good. Because if we all the same it would be just a very boring weld. And also, I like to make people laugh, so those stories, you know, it's always good to be to go out to dinner and be able to have Palau story about you toilet, you cap shitting on the toilet or yourself shitting. You're shooting yourself on poop stories there was a little stories. I mean that isn't an old old..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"Fitness on the fitness bug had like bitten me, which siphoning because I would do anything to Gallup at school like running around the pay ground playing hockey. My non has got this picture of may cause I was I was quite chubby teenage up red hat, and there's this awful picture of me in hockey out fifth. I'd never played hockey in my life. I need to see it. I mean, no needs to see that. But I I would take out. So the school would like, oh, let's do you know, how you know me. Have you school pitcher in your school uniform? They that's to a hockey pitch. Why? I mean that happens regularly in Canada does not really sure why it's happening here. I mean, I'd never picked up a whole key skit hockey steak before that it's definitely not call the hockey skip. And that's another thing that makes me. No, you really haven't played. No I made. Oh, so I'll have to dig that pitch off you. So yes, I got really into fitness and wag go into it was running. Okay. That's right. So on your Instagram profile. It says something like five hundred day running streak to reread that and really think about it. Please explain and expand. So we started this L running club where the team it was like a nice thing for the teams do at lunchtime where we'd go out running. And I don't know how I stumbled across the I was googling running or something. And I came across this group in America, and they do run streaks, which is where they run at least a mile every day and that she will run the street. So you can have a streak of ten days or a streak of a month or streak of a year. And I decided to do five hundred days you started from the very beginning. You said I'm going to do five hundred days. Yeah. Starts from well note. You know, why I decided I was going to do a year. I emailed them. And they will if you do a year you'll be the first woman in the UK to have done a year run streak. So I was like great. I'm going to do that. So that was my thing. Go to a year followed of my like application, and they will like ooh, we messed up. We forgot is actually a woman in Newcastle. Who's been doing run streak says she picked me to the post. So I was like I'm going to do five hundred days then and see if I can see if she gives out fast. So it was like a race to see who who gave us. But she's she's carried on she's much more dedicated to it than me move it that you've been running all that time. Well, you can't officially there's not like an official adjudicate up, but I used to use the Nike running out. Right..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"The line. Terms and conditions. Do apply. Today. I am joined by the wonderful, Amy Lawrenson. I have traveled to what feels like another world. I'm in Sutton right now, which is still in London. I found out and I've come all the way here to meet up with her and her cats. She doesn't have to ordinary cats. She has to amazing cats one of which is naked. Hello, amy. Hello, stay. How are you? I'm amazing. I am so happy to be here. And I'm so happy to have finally fulfilled. My lifelong dream of feeling a naked cap is a lifelong dream. I think it actually isn't lifelong dream. And I just want to talk about your cat. I because it's something that's on my mind because I'm staring at him right now. Please tell everybody about your naked cat the whole story from beginning to now. So my mom is convinced I've gone cap because I loved friends, and there was a naked Cowan friends a combo. Well, she was cold. He was code. I don't. So right. You'll from friends go naked cap she yet. But the thing is in friends. This naked cat is the devil is go full, scratches, everyone horrible cap. So we went to a pet fat. I was like a one to get a pet. Wanna get cats? I'd grown up with cats. I love dogs. And now you have a dog. But yeah, I wanted to get some cats, and we went to this pet fed just to like checkout. What cats are out there? It was a nice thing to do on a Saturday. And they just had a low distinct Scott's that and I was like fascinated by them because they've got temperance a bit like a dog. So the rat. She not to catlike, they fully round everywhere. They wanna be close to you. They want to be on your lap. They chap to you. Like, they me out and stuff. He's got like a very distinct. So to me how so I just fell in love. But I wanted to have a fair cats. Well, I wanted to naked Pissy and a Harry pussy. I mean, no discrimination. Furrier not very pushing knife. Exactly, you know, whatever flights you, buy exactly. And so these cats are they gyp tion or like what night Canada, all that's right? You told me Haidian, what do you mean? Canadian cat gave birth to a naked count. And so it was a defect and the people of Canada will I let's make this a thing so bread. They I mean, if you read into it they had to breed the baby cat with the mum cod yet night. It's no great. How is dotted? But but yes. And now we have Spinks is I'm very thankful that we did. Because he's very loving. He will sit on the site free comes up and he'll get onto my jump. And it's like I have a baby bump, but is accountable. There's actually an Instagram. I think it's called cutest little nudist. Have you heard? Yeah. It's like a naked cat Instagram with sue. Oh my gosh. How am I know? I need to get on that. All right. So enough about your pussy. Now. I wanna talk about how we met which we were trying to figure out. How did we end up meeting? So we met a lunch the bam in Ruth lunch. Katie Jane Hughes is doing the makeup. I'm we met across the table. We did. And I was kind of mesmerized by your glasses is that your signature look yet. As actually it wasn't I fail like a family signature. Look, it took a lot of experimenting. I think what he and beauty. I've tried everything. I've been every single head collar imaginable tried every kind of makeup on. Yeah. This is why I'm settled on now, which as my kind of if you don't know what I look like like long kind of constantly tangled kind of we say e but it's basically tangled had and these kind of glosses that made me look like a seventies porn style or a serial killer it both. Yeah. Yeah. So so that's kind of my lip on it's kind of stuck for the last couple of years, and I think it kind of wet so onto who you actually are as a person, and let's talk about your career. So you're a you're the editorial director at birdie. I am buddy..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on Inside Europe

"John Lawrenson traveled to the Swedish city of mama where the mic vegan was created. And this made to give it a go. Almost looks like a meat dust, doesn't it in a shiny chrome colored research kitchen a few inches from the Baltic Sea. Call Johan Freelander fries up a veggie burger. He's been working on this made out of protein disorder protein is sort of our meat. You could say Freelander is a product developer for a food company cooled all club. You might think a vegan burger would make an all right comedy sketch, so far removed the ethical and health concerns vegans might seem from those of fast food multinationals, but those ethical and health concerns increasingly big business veggie burgers from Donald polka king. And so on have been around for ages in Germany, for example, but they targeted vegetarians who don't like meat, the fastest growing market, his meat-eaters who just don't want to eat so much meat challenged, for example, by independence American. Chains like wool burgers that sell. The apparently very convincing impossible burger mcdonnell's go Freelander and his team to come up with a repulsed when you have meat base. The meat itself has a taste when it comes to soya protein the little taste test. It's not a very pleasant taste to be honest. I we have to add heifers audience stuff that makes it taste good. We actually used to mate DiPoto as well. Because of tomato has like natural. Mommy, feel to it Amami. It's what you often call the fifth flavor. It's the flavor of savory you often say the often say mushroom has a lot of you. Mommy flavor as well. So you could actually use a little bit of mushroom powder without the actual product tasting mushroom. But you still get that savory feel to it..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on X96

X96

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on X96

"Lawrenson and Ashim now Nadia making us was shake it off from that Taylor swift shaken out Song, makes me think number, the.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Yeah. So the big debate was about how to increase throughput on bitcoin. So there's a one Negga by there was a one negative by block limit. And why was Lawrenson half every throughput like that, make it a better story value or is because they wanted as meet me exchange well, so a very practically speaking fees were starting to go up. So people didn't like that. They didn't want. Pay fifty cents a transaction or whatever it was and that that was the catalyst for a lot of this stuff. And people knew what was coming. You know, like blocks were starting to fill out starting in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen. It became a much bigger issue as a lot of these like skin. The I mean there there's a whole conference called scaling bitcoin meant to discuss this issue because it became such a Portman of contention. But because locks were limited to one megabyte 'em because a block happens about every ten minutes. You can do the math. It ends up being something like three transactions per second. It's, you know, on a normal sized transactions, which means that a lot of space gets taken up and you have to in order to get into a block yet the pay more and more fees in order to get in. I mean that that's just economics. That's how it's supposed to work. But you know, people wanted bigger or more throughput because they envisioned bitcoin growing and. And there were two proposals put forward one one segment. The other one was increasing blocksize and you know there were there were two camps, but thing about increasing block size straight up was that it would be a hard work that is a four stoppard. So every user would have to upgrade everyone on the network would have to grade. So that would probably have split the network so that that was the technical reason why a lot of people didn't wanna do a hard fork and instead wanted to do something like side, which is a much more clever mechanism for increasing blocksize with the drawback that you would have to start using your different mechanism if you will, and instead of block size, it would be utilizing something called block way. But you know if if people still slowly voluntarily started converting over than the optimum blocksize ends up being about to Negga bites. So you would have gotten more or less the same thing, but the minors. Wanted a quicker fix. I mean, honestly, I think looking back at it looks more like a power play to me like they wanted to be able to control what was going on more so than the actual change it self. And that ended up becoming a giant point of contention and AVI. And we had something called the New York agreement which berries sober brokered between a lot of companies that was agreed to in consensus twenty seven teen. So very silver that and a lot of people thought, okay, well, then you know, this compromise is the way that it's gonna go. They wanted both segue and doubling the blocksize. So it would have been like with segue with Optima blocksize would have been for megabytes like that. And that didn't that that had a lot of resistance from a lot of users. Developers ended ended up knocking which was to me the biggest shocker in the entire thing because almost everywhere else when you. Have a bunch of powerful companies get yet whether they almost always get what they want. Right. Like in the US you have a bunch of big companies lobbying for almost anything. You know they're going to get that way when when it was the users that fought back in one, that was pretty crazy. And that to me was was the big reason for big bitcoins big uptrend than two thousand seventeen. Was that approved that the corporations are not in charge actually users and you can't change. You can't change bitcoin very easily. There's no central party. You can't broker a peace like Barry silver that unchanged bitcoin and and do things like that that that's just to centralized than it's the. The main property that we proved is it's immutability. You really can't force anyone to do anything in bitcoin, which is great. And that's why I was pleasantly surprised. I really thought that the corporations would win. I am just just from, you know, experienced in. In watching the news and things. So for me, that makes bitcoin super solid. And I think that's what brought a lot of people..

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"lawrenson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For the netherlands and on the inner lane hopedfor lawrenson he's wearing the navy blue light loose leaves of norway all right we'll see normally lorenzen even though is a hundred skaters not real quick in his first two hundred is usually around sixteen five so so we've already seen a couple sixteen breathed opening up a nice lead here now in 64 so that is good for lawrenson sixty eight to regard that's a little bit slow for him but he should close this gap a little bit rents in training with great stock under four time world sprint champion jeremy wotherspoon for candidates in any silver medallist in the five hundred and now coming to the bell lapping rinchen will have the lease he's on the outer lane did he isn't right on the time of tim thai unifil real it sure is just two 100s slower and kim taehyun stated forty one thirty six at six hundred leader so this one's going to be close lawrence had goes over the top of major bike her through by again completely out of this race to says he was in the other two but here comes lawrenson gonna be quotes lawrenson finishes on the inner lane he is striding to the finish with twenty five meters left cross his eddie and he is in the first twenty three hundred service selected ahead of kim ty you you talk about peaking at the right time all bar lawrenson did it in the five hundred meters carried that confidence over to the thousand readers i thought saab one away win a beer so he's already done that now he's put the pressure squarely on the shoulders of not only khyber by the next ferrying but the final pairing of killed now just barely dan under one o8 what a seven nine denied the final time for whole ford the lancet crews trying to joint eric heiden is the only skater to win the five hundred thousand in the same olympics white now he's in first with two pairs remaining in the men's one thousand men that's time would hold in that second to last pair the question no would it hold repealed now coming up his dan jansen jess mentioned the winner of the 1500 meters who won gold could he also win the.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Morning glory america derek lawrenson riyadh music this morning angle however they got the mayor of the bureau molly hemingway was on with bread paralysed might she's summarises for us cut number eight he's a summary memo this is a fourpage memo that is just as summation of a years worth of work hundreds of thousands of pages of testimony and visits to foreign countries and speaking with all sorts of people what broke today about mccabe andrew mccabe the number two at fbi stepping down suggest that we have a pretty big situation on our hands he's only the most recent person to be demoted stepped down or be reassigned after congressional or other inquiries into some of what was happening over there at fbi you got bruce or who was demoted twice you had peter struck who had to be taken off the case you have baker who was taken a who was who's gon and right vicky also so this is this is quite a collection of people obviously there's something huge going on and i think a lot of people in the media are just kind of missing this very large story per perhaps this memo we'll help help us learn a little bit more about what it is it's causing all of these change the building was tilted in a bunch of people fill out the window now or is from justice show is that he's at maine justice across the street from the bureau but the rest of the people are bureau people and they've all just kind of the tilted the building and gone rolling in they're gone uh from the new york times taunted by trump and pressured from above mccabe steps down as fbi deputy adam goldman matt puzo reporting this morning energy mccabe abruptly stepped down on monday as fbi deputy director after months of withering criticism for president trump telling friends he felt pressure from the head of.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Due to illness the roles of the nice guys on business today will be played by steve lawrenson eighty gourmet we apologize for the inconvenience while he was a little boy struck as a little boy i can a pay cejka keith traps for may and house yes trying to catch it yes yeah but thankfully ivory agile for a large man he only got a toe once ya the greatest trick the devil ever pooled was convincing the world that the nice guys didn't exist meet in education on how to grow your business that nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just be nice can help you prospered now hero your host doug sandler and strickland bonner hey welcome back welcome back long advances friday you made it to the week my name stricken bonner on the other side of the microphone mr doug sailor and i got some i want to start the show is doug though it are you ready yet i am three i guess it was that was i love your whole street hold on the second i know what you noise early even here that i know because like when you're watching in the movie you see it and you're right here as noisy from the club anyway the clippers on if you missed it listen show and go to yesterday's show notes in click on the link the link makes much more sense because it's the whole the whole joke never my refused to spend another moment talking about the joke that you explained seven times yesterday okay i'm sorry.

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"lawrenson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"lawrenson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He wants to the sacramental kings he went and he said was traded draftday deal ugly all right sweet that's what happened air giles man i'll tell you he going to look back at that you know five years from now be like then the league needs a new harry you know there aren't enough harry's it's an excellent point thank who is the last terry i can't think of one there was a harold harold minor the eddie jordan terry minor wouldn't of beds it was the last of the last mba actually trying to think of now not in this segment until we find the less ilya here i was gonna say i'm trying to fake not just an average player but a superstar player named harry in any sport because it's harry douglas in the nfl but is there a is there a superstar harry to have ever played in any sport ever are there any harry hall of famers uh harry carson in the nfl lawrenson looking in the nba then via nba players named harry gula nba players inheritied one area and you're saying a haroldo the gout harry's of weird neighbor yeah were is hank uh a nickname for harry henry henry right ty above famous people named harry let me see if i harry giles is the first nba herri since nine teen eighty or all we know last one was harry davis he last played for the san antonio spurs and he was good name is harry's out there though and other harry should be this the short name for herald.

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