23 Burst results for "Liba"
Monocle 24: The Briefing
"liba" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Street or so. My name is Olga toruk and I'm a Ukrainian journalist and I'm currently based in Oxford in the UK. I used to live in cave for 20 years and that's the city where my daughter was born. Her name is liba and she's 7 years old. And one of our favorite spots to go on the weekend was a park in butcher in little town close to cave suburb very easy to reach very green, very fast developing. So we would go there on the weekends and stroll in the parks and enjoy the scenery and enjoy also the proximity of river of water, she would play on the playground and what would just people watch and admire how quickly this tiny little town was developing and so many creative residents actually started to move there in the last years because the quality of life there was much better than in the capital, it was greener, it was smaller, it was very easy to reach. So then, of course, seeing what Russians have done to butcher during the invasion and all the atrocities that were committed there, people killed and houses burned, that, of course, was very shocking and striking because that's not how I remembered the town and knowing that now it is different was so shocking, but then I know that it is rebuilt in. It is rebuilding very fast and I really hope that we will be able to return to butcher with my family and with my daughter. And enjoy the beauty of this town again. Although, of course, there will be scars. And I think in the park that we used to visit, there will be a memorial to all the civilians who are killed in this town.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
"liba" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Street or so. My name is Olga toruk and I'm a Ukrainian journalist and I'm currently based in Oxford in the UK. I used to live in cave for 20 years and that's the city where my daughter was born. Her name is liba and she's 7 years old. And one of our favorite spots to go on the weekend was a park in butcher in little town, close to cave, gave suburb very easy to reach very green, very fast developing. So we would go there on the weekends and stroll in the parks and enjoy the scenery and enjoy also the proximity of river of water, she would play on the playground and we would just people watch and admire how quickly this tiny little town was developing and so many creative residents actually started to move there in the last years because the quality of life there was much better than in the capital, it was greener, it was smaller, it was very easy to reach. So then, of course, seeing what Russians have done to butcher during the invasion and all the atrocities that were committed there, people killed and houses burned, that, of course, was very shocking and striking because that's not how I remembered the town and knowing that now it is different or so shocking, but then I know that it is rebuilt in. It is rebuilt in very fast and I really hope that we will be able to return to butcher with my family and with my daughter. And enjoy the beauty of this town again. Although, of course, there will be scars. And I think in the park that we used to visit, there will be a memorial to all the civilians who are killed in this town. Many thanks there to Olga and Natalia and aliona for sharing their memories.
"liba" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All right, America, welcome back. It's rich valdes valdes with an S at rich valdes on all of the social media that Jim bohannon show 866-505-4626 if you want to join the conversation and a couple of quick headlines here. So Gretchen Whitmer in Michigan signs an executive order to reduce crimes. Oh, look at that. Then we go over here Minneapolis. Former actually former Minneapolis police chief gives interview after his own son was beaten down. Let's see. Let's continue here. Two kids shot and killed. I'm Burlington. That's in Vermont. New York City, teen is set free despite video of him attacking the cop, let's keep going. Philly, another one in New York, two teens charged with hate crimes after a New York City bus attack. And the list goes on and on, Curtis liba is our guest Curtis Lee was the founder of the guardian angels safety patrol group out of New York City, and they are absolutely terrific. Let us go to Danny in Atlanta, Danny, what's up you're on with rich valdes and courtesy. Hey, rich and Curtis. The easy for me to be intimidated with you two New Yorkers, you guys found on the southern boy here at your anyway, we won't let that happen. It's an important point, you know, our crown here in Atlanta around Atlanta is, I guess, like to arrest of the country. It's horrific right now. But just as far as a little stricter on the criminals, you know, it has just a small thing such as no small thing, but street racing. It was ridiculous. You couldn't even move around at night sometimes on the weekend. But things got started taking their rides and putting a little heat on them and you never hear about that stuff anymore. It's happened pretty quick, actually. All right, thank you, Danny. I appreciate that. Curtis Lee, what do you know about Atlanta? Oh, well, I spent a lot of time in Atlanta. The incentive city is surrounded by projects, some of the toughness and roughness in the country. And he's talking about racing that is a plague to so many cities, started all in Baltimore, body bag city years ago. They come out with the ATVs, the quads, the dirt bikes, and you say right away, what are you doing on the street asphalt with a dirt bike? There was no regulation, no control, a lot of these vehicles stolen by the thugs. And then they basically terrorized people as they ride up and down the streets, kick in cars, cutting off traffic. And dominating. And we've seen that spread throughout the nation. So it's clear what's happening in Atlanta actually emanated from Baltimore like so many crimes, so many years going. In fact, the whole notion of the inner city code of the streets which is snitches get stitches and end up in ditches came out of Baltimore years ago and one of the promoters of that was an MBA all star Carmelo Anthony who grew up in Baltimore, returned to the hood, hang out with his home and say, this video and do you know when he was confronted with that, he never renounced it. He never renounced it like he's not living in the wood anymore. He's not under any street code about snitching, but actually I met him one time and we were at a fancy nightclub in the Hamptons and it definitely wasn't the hood. Yeah, why did that fake rich you'd be in the hands and I'd be at the hood. But anyway, the point being is that this is happening all over the country. And it's because we have defunded the police. We have rendered the police impotent in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing in south Minneapolis. You saw the shooting and the looting that followed a lot of the demonstrations as you remember rich Valdez I took the guardian angels in June 1st June 2nd of 2000 and 20 when the riots were occurring. The only ones protecting the shops may sees midtown Manhattan Soho. I got my Joel busted. Other guardian angels were seriously injured. But we did not retreat. We did not surrender. The mayor at the time in the city of New York and Andrew Cuomo, the governor, told the police to stand down. Stand down like they originally did during the gray riots in Baltimore, like you've seen them do every night in Portland Oregon in Seattle in San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles. You render the police so impotent that they lose the respect of thugs in the street who then just keep swarming on them ridiculing them cursing them physically resisting them and then when they do get arrested, there's no consequences whatsoever. They get cut loose in the street. You probably saw that video that went viral. The two teenage thugs attacked the two African American police officers in the subway system of New York City. African American cops, the guy after hitting the cop multiple times, gets arrested. Charged with assault of a police officer, you would have figured rich in the past that would have been bye bye. You're going to be gone for at least a few months. He not only got cut loose, he had two pending charges, one for possession of a loaded 9 millimeter and a second charge of just a few days before that armed robbery in Manhattan. And he got cut loose three times. So, you know, as you say, three time looser? No, now you're a three time winner and you're a hero in the hood when he's walking around. It's like, remember, John got a sinuous called the Teflon Don because he couldn't be prosecuted and found guilty. Now these young thugs and thug gets a I got Teflon, police can't touch me. Remember, MCM, you can't touch this. That's the way they act and naturally it's going to attract other young people to challenge the police. All right, you can't touch this. Folks, that's Curtis Sliwa. And we've got another segment with him lined up, so there's more to come straight ahead. I am rich Valdez. This is the Jimbo hanon show. Finding great candidates to hire can be like, well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure, you can post your job to some job board, but then all you can
GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"liba" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"Take ownership and take authority back of your voice and you learned that your pass is not depicted upon your future an even though it may have been a hard you learn that in those hard season so chapters those tribulations in those trials that the tests produces a testimony. You learn that their purpose in the pay or pain. In the purpose you learned that the mess is cure rating a message in you learned that there are so much more to be grateful for. But how do you flip the script on no and you turn nose into new opportunities or next our next openings or however you want to look at the connotation from the no as a negative to the no into a positive and have you look at what is in your will house in you flip. What is in your will house in you. Use it to your advantage versus gore disadvantage in so many times we as women in black women we go through life because we feel like we're obligated to be a wife were obligated to be. A mother were obligated to work. We're obligated to do so many things in the pressure of lights. It's a hell of a life in your way down by society your way down by family and friends your way down for so many things in people. Expect you to be superwoman. When there's no raking cape on your back and let's just be real life. Life has challenges. But how the hell do we grab those challenges in. Excuse my french a you take those challenges and you allow those challenges to be the stairs you climb so you could reach reach your level of elevations so you could reach your highest potential and from your highest potential. You tap into your purpose from your purpose. You walk into your destiny assignment recalling and you have your arrived point because in lives. If we don't tap into our dreams are guests in our visions. Those are going to end up in the graveyard and there are so many buy yes in the graveyard with to those on because they were too afraid to step outside of their comfort zone to step down on fake or to do something that they wanted to do because of society because of family and because of this bat in the third that it had limit them in it condition them to the point where it was crippling. Yes you're absolutely right right as we wind down rock star superstar plead. I want you to tell the listeners in the viewers once again who you are how they can connect with you on social media and liba with one or two jams. 'cause the mission of the podcast is to educate inspire and motivate..
Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
"liba" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
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The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast
"liba" Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast
"Your disease specialist Things that can be helpful to making sure that your medication regimen is correct or optimal. I guess you could say Sometimes we ask our patients if off times are occurring for example in our before your next dose. Sometimes we will recommend moving the dose earlier so that you don't go completely off a that can be helpful. Sometimes we will recommend taking a half tablet of for example a cinema or condo believable the immediate release in chewing it About either an hour half an hour before your next dose depending on how long you been. How long you're wearing off. Times are to bridge you a little bit until your next dose. Some people will recommend Taking your dopamine or the replacement thirty minutes before thirty minutes after a meal 'cause sometimes protein Can compete with the absorption of the dopamine from the lever dope that you're taking in and so in order to help with that make sure that they're not competing with each other. We try to make our meals a little bit further apart From the actual medications themselves. Sometimes what others can do as What could be considered is taking a longer acting formulation of the leave adobo. For example there is cinematic. Immediate release or i are. That's what many of my patients are on. They also have a cinema see. Our which is a continuous release however the continuous released. The reason why people don't take that usually as their main lever dople replacement is because it can be unpredictable. Unfortunately but it's supposed to be slowly release throughout the day. So you end. Your a neurologist could consider taking a continuous release earlier in the day in having it slowly released and then taking immediate release on top of that another thing with that there is also a formulation that has both the a type of immediate release in the controlled release of liba called right. tari This is a newer medication that is on the market for the past couple of years and people seem to a like that because it gives you the boost that people usually a at least explain or look for with the intermediate release of carbon..
"liba" Discussed on Seriously Clueless
"All you wish for the further our major in progressive. He'll by night guard. Someone some always remember that we have the power walkway. Nothing did not have been or He will on this for for us in our stop. What we're what or another four doesn't talking them followed me and while we have our own the female on the nothing ordinary one thing me and my pleasure to be that by being one day door toll then the day. Full site eight door. The worst give full author info. I'ma mildly among one of us on the millennium on just enjoy and night night manually though not add anything else my how many. Am by luna all right way. Did we do with this episode what is the laughing and i know and and and Europe this been view work for a new day. But i think you can be folding. Advice is thinking more. it's not very appropriate but also bash cuba if you didn't like the fun thing nickname force exit next boss on vignon given the land of fighting not to add more. Cpu grandma or e manning. and. I also like what you say now this on oh my heat up mahita gone. I hickman sipping in paseo or not feeder federal as someone who makes something every week very hard again so i guess we just have to be. Mary was dying. We want to be a when share light from. What don't by aligning debate. Also letting they hang up that the advice at also one who say again women snooping are not an invitation for sexual acts binder so based on to multiple been among by or off the dan our next movie really that guy ernest episode will about the live your partner but he i save injury up on the so it will you munger attanasio among among partner funding. Let him know. Nah liba simply of by so but you on that day and say away from you others than before message. Don't buy that is so nipples happen for the next episode. But as of right now Say she for guest tonight. Thank you all shot out. Yes you tomorrow. She'll say someone animus madman finish. I shouldn't they jalousie nagging. I and.
The Mad Mamluks
"liba" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"These survival hope was jaw. Hunger were nuxie minimum. Well taking away. From your wealth one unforced in people. People are going to have to die in your surrounding ring. What what rate and those things that you grow. Agriculture or whatever. It is that you plan to eat from then. What should a slovene data doesn't give more detail. He just said just give glad tidings for patient and mohawk meaning that there's some of those things are unbearable. You can't explain it. You just have to have patience right. But a less wabash slobbering give glad tidings those were patient what glad tiding because there's a lot of stuff that seem to be missing but this is a beautiful type of missing in the koran. Because what is going to be waiting for this person in a few more versus our words is the reward. She'll lobby and then a give us the remedy. Because there's sometimes you're not gonna be able to handle it and asaba to moves liba in those people who have a calamity has befallen them auto in la. He were in ilizarov joan along those people say in. La what man. This is so tough. All he knows. I'm allows property and have to go back to. That's right let knowledge as a reward guy liam upon his son why to be him from them are direct blessings from a law. Right when we say in the by in the law my leg at the who you saw nylon nebi great the angels and less send blessings upon from olympia ulan solely selling with us nima so believers sensation because a lot in his angels do over here telling the believer whatever they withstand from hardship. They have direct blessings from less of heinola tyler and the and and from data right so the beautiful thing about this versus it doesn't it doesn't go to every single type of calamity. It just tells you that calamity is going to happen. There's no way around it and sometimes you'll find good people that'll help you deal with it. But sometimes you just have to say nulla nato german. Sometimes you just have to have patience. And they're not going to be explanation for it..
The Cycling Podcast
"liba" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"A friend. Look the only one. I'm usually interesting to hear from all i mean. I think it's it'd be very hard to judge. Yaacob son on his reaction immediately after the finish line. Because you know he's not had time to compose himself or to really arrange his thoughts properly. You know he would have been gearing up for the sprint there. He'd been better disappointed that there were these splits. And he wasn't able to hang onto his train that would have been his overriding emotion at the time and not not what came out in his first exchange semi show. I don't think. I think it's fair to i. I said that the mask slip and and you know we saw something quite revealing and we did but what we saw was. His determination to win has focused on winning which was overwhelming for him at the time. And i don't. I don't think it would be fair to judge him too harshly not particularly when you know when when he's calmed down and moved on that he he has apologized. And i i'm sure now feels very happy for senate shall i mentioned james knox as as touched on the in his. You hear that in columbus zero on monday. Clearly there was a bit of a discussion in the team. And i'm sure matters have been resolved now talked to be disappointed both with his own inability to follow the wheels. And perhaps with the you know the the stark reality of elite professional sport in the heat. The moment what we talking about. We're talking about two to three minutes of action at the end of a long hot day of racing. That's perfectly understandable. But i don't think that Van liba or sensuality. Anything wrong net job as the lead is to keep the pace as high as possible and we saw the other day when you know. Perhaps the pace wasn't quite high. Enough and f education nipah were able to take advantage of that and jump and netter state win from mechanised corps you. You can't eat off two kilometers inside the final two kilometers because your sprinter isn't holding wheel you know if finish our had behind him to always not following is not you know yeah they.
"liba" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Liba con word there somewhere to do that because people are still hurting behind this and yeah hope everybody gets the help. They need all right. Sorry to bring that down spring to done beginning of the show. And i don't know i don't know anybody out there i will end with this too. I can't look. I'm not a psychiatrist. I'm not a mental health worker But i have been talking to people out there. You know if you need someone to talk to. You want to send an email. Let us know. I've been trying to write people back with me. Going through things are right at is it. Y'all thank you martin. Thank you billy and thank you danielle for being here and thank all of you for being here too. I know it seems sad. But hey i don't want to go out and celebrate life. That's why we do this to make you laugh so please people go out there and be kind and have a good time bourgeois blues. Dan thirty three of harder. Oh sage the hidden all you guys. Thank you for being here tonight. Stay up late with this in. We'll see danielle again tomorrow. Only fans or the situation with only fans and tackling no not hers but the situation. Thank you just saying. No no no no. Yeah we don't end up like only fans all right everybody. That is it cool. Man's jamila dot com. Hit us up with any kind of questions. Comments compliments insults input in our advice His social media's instagram twitter and facebook. Hit us up with those details right. There memorize loved them. But you've got to use them otherwise we get nothing from you but we aren't. Getting up the.
"liba" Discussed on Science Friday
"There no cost to adapting to using foreheads. Can you still do everything safely when you don't off this. Extra devices is a question without an answer for announced. Just a consideration. We have no proof to say that there is a coast. We have no proof to say there is no cost. It's a very open question but a very important one. I think to ask and to try to answer. And i think that that's when the collaboration that brought up is going to be absolutely k. Is that this kind of technology doesn't get charleston to especially the workplace being such a prevalent amount of hours now day and just kind of be running without any kind of really hard research into the impact that intially having. I'm thinking of people who are really good with tools like a a carpenter. Who's using a hammer all day. Long and people have this expression they say it's like the hammer becomes an extension of their body but the tool is still a very distinct thing you you you never try to hammer something when you're not holding a hammer. Is the third thumb like a tool or is it like a body part and other great question There's a lot of talk about this whole embodying tools whether tools really become parts of us but as you mentioned when you hold a hammer only really. Do you find a grasp. The sort of fits the handle of the of the tool. You're using and you just hold it end dude hammer. Something down Crew driver but earlier hand is really doing is holding that tool for most of it whereas efforts time or such mandathiv devices. You're actually changing. How your fingers cooperates together. Because in order to use the time sufficient that you just find static can push your that you maintain but you need to find a way of integrating the movement of this first time with the movement of your natural fingers. They need to work together. And i think as such. It's quite different to as sort of traditional toll also because again as you mentioned a dozen sort of occupy your hand space so your hand is still free to to grasp to do something else too old the tool even or to hold the tool. You could very well hold a hammer ends december fingernails at the same time with one hand. Yeah it's an extension of of the hand in a way that it's extending the physical hen rather than extending kind of i guess a specific function. Although these words become really muddled when you start to kind of try to teach them a pot Did people miss having the thumb. once it was gone. Did they find themselves trying to do the the coffee cup trick and realizing oh wait i can't anymore in nature of the coffee cups drake beds. We definitely had a few people that missed it. A lot We had to wind girl that needed to say goodbye to the time the day of training when we were taking it from her we had a couple of people that sort of jokingly refused to give it back and We had his one great participants that he came back for For another you're imaging session a week later and he told us that this week when he didn't have to tom he really felt like a part of him was missing leg. His hand was was different was perhaps not complete. He's got used to having it into using it. So much danny. The designer and paulina key liba is a researcher. An engineer in the plasticity lab run by professor tamar macon at university college london. Thank you so much for taking time to talk with me today. Thank you very much. Thanks giving us for science friday. I'm charles bergquist. Thanks charles when we come back the science of nostalgia. What's going on in the brain when something whisks you back to previous time we'll be right back after the short break. What's your myers briggs type. Apparently i am an ifj which means i'm ideal match with my e n tv boyfriend but wildly incompatible with istep's. Some people take their four letters very seriously. But how did the myers briggs become the personality test and do those letters really mean.
Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"liba" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"And wanted to get into this. What is mark adidas and opaque office. Yeah inflammation of the heart muscle inflammation of the coverings around the hot. Yes that came humidity does exist. That came up to me. Actually 'cause i when. I got my second birthday. Says i just sat there and just ask few dumb guy questions like i am today just just so i could know it better than i if those any risks and if i needed to be cautious am i going to get sick or her to be getting sick and she said You all don't do any strenuous exercise. you know for the next week and i was like oh why. And she was like all there is a you could get my goddess and you hot could swell up. I was like okay. And i was like. Did you say swell up. How did you describe it. Inflammation inflammation muscles of the hot their inflammation of the hot. And i said okay. What does strenuous exercise. Can i front liba yet. Pretty much you know. And like. Because that's what i do and it's just funny because she wouldn't have mentioned it to me at all if i didn't askar anyway. The term itself threw me off a little bit. And i dropped to sit here and there this week just the doctor who gave me my second injection run okay. Can you speak to So obviously that is like okay. You if you if you like you don't want myocarditis so if you're unlucky enough to experience that through the vaccine that would be an unpleasant situation do you have any figures or stats on how. What percentage of the population is that suffer from that as a result of taking the vaccine. Anything other than extremely rare okay. Yup i wasn't that concerned at the time. I'm usually pretty easy going. Are you aware of what kind storm is. And if so do you do. Are you aware of its effect If you take the vaccine and how they storm can play out a few years down the track in the medium-term sure i mean saudi kinds and means of how limitation happens as a process in other words when you have something that needs to be fought waiting kill bacteria. There is a means of trying to draw. More white blood cells in blood will carriage to that area so that it can be destroyed. Which means that you open up. You make blood vessels maliki so that the cells can get the area of injury and not an infection. You need to raise. The body does is raises the temperature of the body to try and kill off that a tequila pathogen that involves kinds now the turn times stool as a term. I bought a used in the track. So i think what it sounds like is there is pervasive uncontrolled inflammatory response as a result of base that will lead to long-term As a result of the vaccine and a ton understanding of these that is not the case. That's what cited kind and i can only extrapolate. That's the risk is from that. I believe i believe if i can if i'm able to provide any more context. Was that had this this. This inflammatory effect relevant to the activity of the white blood cells. It's somehow lies dormant for some period of time and then at a period of time down the track it activates all comes to the surface and this is the saadat khan storm stop bleeding from the is. Yeah you turned to harm heavy. So i mean when you receive a vaccine would do produce on memory cells so it means that wayne year received the disease in the case between the business. is activated and then produce much more antibody to be able to kill the relevant to kill relevant antigen pathogen that produces a still Produces any kind of I can't stay to that stall very click today. Well it sounds like there are several elements that had a process and they've been conflated together at time. So what i'd be interested in knowing is where the origins of all of this theory and probably it's gonna be a case of unpacking aging digital component and wondering at what point it became one long story. 'cause there is an idea cells. Lie dormant immunity. Yes there is an idea of inflammatories. There is an idea off when something comes along that it produces dangerous spots whether it all gets kind of wish together in that narratives a wanna know more about. That's what it sounds like. i love you. Give idea time and like your approach it logically and you're trying to trying to believe it you're just like that's cool. I think we just to be understood or at least release of the because you can do that. Then you can at least find some discourse. I don't necessarily i. I've i can believe that statement that they may be some basis from the balls your investigation or if it means that if people go oh well yeah if you have that tipping point of undecided people are. Yeah actually now that it. Maybe i heard a bit of that. Or maybe i heard that and in fact it's probably not right made on undoing. The other fraud conspiracy theory was better than five when you go to rapid connection. Can you talk on skype last the last place. I got here on my on my long list. Do you say those coupla links did you have a chance to check out. A couple of videos sent you. Say the one. That was the the doctor in indiana giving a presentation idea now. I've seen a few shots doctor. Presenting to a border people these very well-spoken and and very very passionate and it's very compelling video. And he's i mean there's there's a bunch gone on that but he's he's he's saying that mosques don't work i don't actually know what he's saying about the vaccine but can you speak on that video though because i know it was actually watched it a few nights earlier when a friend of mine shed on instagram and it was like everybody has to watch this right now. It's one of those ones where it's like. Oh my god like this is everything. Can you speak to that a a six now. Half minute video And just gave me more questions. To be honest he got up and he said he was a functional family physician with special training in immunology in inflammation regulation. Remember and i don't know what that is. And even if you came in immunologists he probably would phrase. Your lot of work is inflammation regulation. It sounds like he's he's a. Gp with an interesting this area will he may be a gp other is interested. In or advocates number other supplemental changes to died a similar. I wanted to who he is in exactly be very transparent at any conflict.
"liba" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"That's why we use bodywork. When i do work on these. You use your body to express your body. I use the voice so singing and being able to find really the sound of your voice deep sound deeper sewn and be able to express it in a loud voice for a strong tone because that's kerry and data is liba rating at the same time but we are not used to express who we are even in suffering so deep inside saw i kind of how. My client indies example. I realize that there is some suffering that he is he or. She is expressing through complaining in this example. And then we go and look behind that. So what is it that actually hurts you and that you are complaining about and often it is not really what they are complaining about it something deeper and that's where the work then start okay. Let's express it with movement. Let's express it to with the voice and then once studies released and therefore the person does not have block any more than we can start working and that's when deliberation and expression transforms into something that it is okay. Now what do i actually want to build. What do i want myself to be. What i want my profession. What i want me life to be or who. How do i want to show up at work instead so. It is a matter of unpacking. I still doesn't make sense. It does make sense right. I've got to to kind of reflections on that and I'm always reminded. I think it was like a. I'm sure somebody said it beforehand. But there's a jack canfield line. The talks about when you complain. If you're not complaining to the person that can do something about it kind of worthless right complained to the person that can help you do something about it. Otherwise they're just doing kind of what you said you're you're you're feeling the frustration this anger this whatever And it's just a feeling that you carry around with you and there's really no doesn't no value in that right and then the second part to me is the way that you're talking to someone like It's like a nodded muscle right when you complain like kind of like a nod in muscle that until you're you know you can release that. Got a whole bunch of energy caught up in that and until you release it then you can't really do anything. Right is kind of useless. Yeah yeah and and often time does happen to me. that again. Moving from the inside to the from the outside to the inside one needs to be released is has nothing to do with what the person is complaining about. It is more a desire to be. Maybe just adjust aligned. I need to be aligned with my value. And what i am doing the work i am doing the way. I'm relating to these clients so to the board is not aligned with who i actually feel i am and so the work is okay. So how do you evolve so that you can be in the same board meeting and not feeling this conflict but being aligned within yourself your purpose your mission and expressing it to the board so that you actually help the organization to move forward and you are not always have involved in this inner fight and in this inner conflict So that that is.
Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"liba" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Like hbo. Max approaches you and says they want to turn into a tv series. Like that is so fricking cool. It just like it's not about sitting at like sitting down and waiting for opportunities to come to you it's about creating things and then the opportunities come. Yeah i mean. I think with you know with anything. It's really important to you. Know do things that you know that you're passionate about and creative and you never kind of know what things are going to turn into. I don't think there was any you know. It wasn't created. Set out to end up as a show but it has and it's really cool. That is out now and people are watching it and binging it and enjoying it. So it's pretty awesome. In the first episode they play a lady gaga song. Like twice like the very end to is that your idea or is he just obsessed. I think that was i believe. That was his him with the the music for the trailer But which is do liba but No that was all that was all him. I mean we. We were obsessed with that song. Last summer has gone. Yeah good. It's very very funny and i just i mean obviously i love you and i love gary and Just i'm proud of him too. And i just think it's cool that you guys work together and love each other and do life together and basically what i'm just asking is. If like you gary will adopt me. Of course i guess that's no brainer. Obsessed with you guys. Yes any time. Can you talk about the your other show that you guys are doing. Yeah right now. So we had a travel show that we'd started in february twenty twenty but say which which again started because he started filming all on your instagram. People were loving it started. It came Through my documenting. Our trip to italy that we took in twenty nine. I guess it was and In the summer of twenty nineteen and we got approach to turn it into a docu series. Tv show and we did. And we were filming. It is called bradberry brandon gary goto and we were filming. It started Just before cove it hit In march so we have two episodes done. But you know they're still a pin in it because of what's going on in the world than our adults are very engine all of those things so we're waiting until it's super safe to go back out and finish it but You know. I love the show. We've got one episode together. We went to rio and went as far as and I think he will love the show when it comes out. So so funny course. We're going to love it because we loved.
Seek Outside Podcast
"liba" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Two nine three three and leave a message on that. If for some reason you don't get us but during hunting season. This place is always covered. Rather i'm out hunting. Employees are going to be here. They know what to do But always if for some reason you don't catches liba message we call you back. Are you still doing poker on wednesday you know once covert come around we kinda shut it down so you should have a lot of money saved up so get you back down here. And we'll take a quick fill. Fill me with a little bit of crown and all of a sudden. Just start won't put you on air mattress for the non playing. That's what you got the dungeon for down there that's straight flush doesn't appear deuces. Can people come check the man cave out or down here anytime go but i think anybody get on my good lists. Then you're invited to all my little parties and functions that. I have around here on the front porch. I'm always out there What am i doing looking at my views and having a cocktail at night after work after the health club. Then i'm not during the day you're a lot more social than most people think of taxidermists. Yeah i always thought a taxidermist as some and it's partly because of movies some creepy guy down in the basement. Got all these heads. This is awesome lately. You seem down the basement. Creepy guy cameras. No i think the mortician. That's the that's kind of freaky around human. I mean these are animals. No biggie but other awesome specimens it is an art like you can tell these are quality. I've seen some bad mounts out there but these are all like stellar in in the way. Taxidermy works how you get into it. You can be self taught. Like i was at means back in my day of starting back in the eighties. You went to the library and checked out a book that was already thirty years old so learning self taught you can self taught course nowadays. You got you to all these things that you can look but you can take these courses. You know it's a little taxidermy school. It might last a couple of weeks up lamont whatever very expensive but you know you can learn that way. And they're usually. Here's your diploma. They pat you on the back and say good luck. You know a lot of those guys. Don't make it some of them. Do the best way to learn would be working for attacks nervous. That's a good tax in arms. Because if you're working for one that's not that good you're learning all those bad habits you know in carrying it on when you're on your own so the best way is to learn from a taxidermist that is good. Have any of your employees went on to start their own. Yeah and any owner of attacks during business. Has the node employees. They're thinking in their mind. They wanna do that some day and go out on their own so you have to expect it and it's just going to happen How do i go from minimum wage. Making the big bucks. Yeah because i make more than a dollar more than minimum wage now. I've been doing this so long. So yes so those those your ways learning be self taught you can take take the school or learn and i teach like a one on one. I don't advertise it if someone is is here also cool. I'd love to learn how to do this. How do you do it..
History That Doesn't Suck
"liba" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"It's late morning. July twenty seventh seventeen ninety four or use. The revolutionary calendar the ninth day of thermidor in the second year of the republic. Were in the tweet palaces. Saturday machine where the national convention meets maximilian fellow committee member and youthful ally liaison juice approaches. The tribune pulls out a prepared. Speech begins to address his fellow deputies in the semicircle seating before him i belong to no faction i will fight them all. That's as far as he gets. John deere tallying yells out denouncing maximilien. Robespierre other accusations soon follow. Maximilian tries to defend themselves. He shouted down by cries of a ballots. Along someone yells out the blood of dental chokes in reference to the previously guillotine revolutionary. Georgetown that afternoon. The convention arrests maximilian and four of his most loyal allies lead. The sons used joseph liba. Maximilian younger brother goose down while this and the wheelchair bound george couture was doesn't work. Though no jail which is to incarcerate the incorruptible maximilien robespierre meanwhile allies within the parisian municipal government. The paris commune who've to liberate the five men take refuge at city hall or looted view. Their respite won't last long though. It's now two thirty. am the next morning. Maximilian and his friends are it. Did via preparing a call to arms when suddenly the conventions forces burst in incorruptible robes peers. Younger brother of sun jumps from a window. Whether this was an attempt to escape or kill himself he's failed with both legs broken down in agony. Despite his physical impairment george poop donald tries to flee to. He suffered severe injuries as he tumbles down a staircase liba refuses to be taken alive. He shoots himself in the head. Sounds used quietly. Resigns himself to captivity. Finally we have maximum. His jaw is nearly shot off. The was this is own failed. Suicide attempt or did convention troops purposely mangled his mouth. so he can't speak is fans and critics will differ on this forever. Seventeen hours later at seven thirty pm on the tenth of thermidor year. Two of the republic slash july twenty eighth seventeen ninety four maximilian. His four fellow deputies and other followers are taken to the plastic or as non-revolutionary france causing plastic. Carl thousands of french citizens and leaders from louis the sixteenth to george danton have met the guillotine here and so shall these men the once thought incorruptible committee member now called a dictator watches twenty loyal to him. Heads roll now. It's his turn. They rip off his once gorgeous. Blue silk coat next. They rip off the bandage holding the remains of his mangled lower face. What's left of the condemns former jaw falls open as he shrieked. And it's the last sound maximum robes. Peer ever means maximilian foes were more worried about becoming his victim than stopping his methods yet. It's soon clear that the french people have had enough. The reign of terror ends leaving france to try to figure out where and how they're revolution in the name of a gatty. Fat tony today. That is liberty. Equality brotherhood took a deadly authoritarian. Turn but sorting. This out is easier said than done from the far lefts. Anticlerical republican jack. Bank club to the far right's catholic royalists to everyone in between who has it right and since we aren't doing absolutism who should be allowed to vote. France will bounce all over the political map for nearly a century and something of a national identity crisis as it seeks these very answers in seventeen ninety five a new representative government with a five man. Executive committee is instituted. This is the directory hoping to avoid the access of the revolution. It limits the vote to wealthy landowning men and arrests former leaders of the now defunct radical left political club to which. Maximilian belonged the jackal by yet. The regime isn't conservative either. Royalists are no fan of this republican system in short. No one likes directory so no one will miss it in seventeen ninety nine general. Who's taller than you might think. Leaves his troops in egypt to go to paris. Yes this is napoleon bonaparte and in november seventeen ninety nine a bloodless coup d'etat or simply coup meaning to overthrow. The government ends the directory and elevates him to first consul of a new government the three-man executive consulate but this more centralized former republican government isn't going to last long either in eighteen four. The pulley moves the needle away from republicanism altogether. The mediterranean native. Who speaks french with an italian accent makes himself the emperor instituting regime. We now call the first french empire crazy. Isn't it napoleon. a son of the revolution as he's often called since it enabled his rise is the one who kills french republicanism. Ironically he's doing so as a french colony of enslaved plantation workers in the caribbean are embracing the revolutions ideas and overthrowing french will. This is the creation of haiti as we know from episode. Twenty one is napoleon's interest in the americas and leads to sell the louisiana territory to the united states yet. There is a rhyme to his reason. Napoleon has shed his more radical views and now considers himself in enlightened despot who maintains fundamentals of the revolution like equality before the law. This is evident in the law system that bears his name. The napoleonic code to his credit. It's so clear and sufficiently fair that will endure. Though plenty modified into twenty-first-century france in short even as he ends republicanism and embraces censorship his co. keeps other gains of the revolution like indian feudal dues and allowing people to do what they want with their property as he continues to extend his code over europe via conquest. This terminator of republicanism also exports ironically enough aspects of the revolution beyond france. I know this dude is complicated. But his empire doesn't hold up. Though napoleon controls nearly.
"liba" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"Teatime is checking in with print media. I'm going very and i would like to say before. I say my little segment. That i don't know what i'm talking about. Okay i am just a mere person observing reading print media okay. i'm not. I'm not even a media person. But i digress. I'm going to be covering do liba in vanity fair. I don't know if you guys had a chance to read it. I'm not gonna lie as a tad underwhelmed at both what was covered the photos. What she liked gave up of info. And you know where it's underwhelming is because no news outlets picked up any of her quotes besides is one thing that she said. We're on her post ugly photos of her and that was the one piece that everyone drew out and the rest you know. If that's that's it yeah like it was interesting. I love her so much. So i read it and i had some degree of enjoying it. Kinda talked about her family history and her upbringing her political engagement which was interesting but the rest was just not. I don't know. I didn't get a lot from it and also the photos i was under. I don't know. Did you guys get a chance to look at this. Yeah i agree that the interview was meant. I also was very disappointed with the photos. Like if you if you are doing a professional photo shoot and the professional photos. Shoe is more boring than someone's instagram. Feed like you need the writer. You know exactly what i'm saying. Her vibe is so fun and like i'm not saying she's like this groundbreaking like lady gaga like out here with these new fashions neutrons whatever but like they really like dumped her down until like this kind of like pinup boring basic instagram model vibe and i was like she wears fun stuff than this like to trader joe's on instagram. You know like why maker more boring and seem like look and be more boring and older than she is and all the photos were like so one no it was so muted really neutral colors like washed her out and i guess the last big thing that made the news was that performance of hers. I forget what Award to the was what she was in that. Pink offense she fucking killed. It was dancing all around. The grammys baby. The grammy's and then he got. I don't know i was just like damn i wanted. At least maybe a fun photos shoe or some inside knowledge about her. That like this. I mean this goes for any magazine cover of all time. Like i would so much rather be ugly. Then be boring. You know like just just take a shot like your vanity fair. You have this beautiful young pop star that you can do anything with like you don't have to put her in bays and sit on a couch while sad next one amelia. Yes i took this one because no one wanted it. So i'll be honest. I did not read it. Because i don't care about these people but it's fair but i did read it like a little people magazine article that kind of important part so as you know doing all the real work here the real journalism so chip and joanna gaines from the magnolia table at target and fix. Isn't it fixer. Upper like the third thing there. No sorry i everything target line is i mean. That's huge and also every time i go into target. I'm always like i come in. And then i always to the right always right and there's always like these baked planters and the stuff looks cute like i will actually give them. I'm like damn okay. okay. Maybe if i moved to like long beach or something anyway. So they did a hollywood reporter coverer slash profile. And you know. They just talked about quitting fixer upper which is sad if you like that show. I've seen it once and they are likable people. I will give them that. And then they also talked about accusations of being racist and anti lgbtq and they were like that stuff keeps me up all night even though they did like donate money to chip sisters school board campaign and she was against critical race theory. And i. it's just like okay. There's a lot of excuses and no real answers that they gave and they're just like a we're trying and you know and then she brings up being half asian and she's like my mother. This is tough for me. And i'm just like all right all right but you know it's like they're they're non answers and i don't these.
How Swiss Utilities Got Their Customers to Buy Renewable Energy
"Customers in switzerland have been helping the climate by doing nothing at all over the past decade. Many swiss utilities have started automatically providing customers with renewable electricity so clean energy is now the default source and consumers have to opt out if they don't want it. A recent study shows that this which greatly increases participation in clean energy programs muss effect. That's hopefully by a researcher at the university of warwick in the uk. His team studied over two hundred thousand swiss households and businesses. He says before their utility made the switch less than three percent of customers opted in to use renewable electricity shortly afterwards however that number skyrocketed to over eighty percent even though renewable energy was more expensive and four years after the switch. Most of the customers were still going. Green leaves says this is not surprising. Given human nature have the tendency to stick to the state of school if someone is defining something as standard then we are quite willing to accept that liba says utilities and other countries could also switched the default energy customers receive to help speed the transition to clean
Just The Sip
The Bachelorette's Mike Johnson Gets Raw About Sex and Dating
"You guys welcome to another episode of Justice Justice of Astor here and I am so excited about my next guest if you guys have TV and don't live in the stone. Age. You've seen this man on the. Bachelorette. You've seen him on Bachelor in paradise and if you're smart, you'RE GONNA go pick up his new book because he is going to be the nets Dr Feelgood please welcome Mike I'm six five in High Johnson. Thank you thank you like that. I might be Dr Feelgood right now let me just give you guys a little bit of a warning. If there's something that you don't understand in this program today, there will be a black man says dictionary at the end of this and we will break down exactly what we're talking about because it true. When two black dudes get together sometimes you don't know what's happening. That's true. That's sure. We're fighting but we're not fighting. You know what? I mean like people don't get it. Not Funniest thing is like when I travel the world I've had friends say every time you see a black Guy Y'all. It's like it's it's a pain is just a band no matter but never met you. You just do it. was there another brother on your? Hand Brown season. Yes, Guston. Devon Johnson was it surprising to you that there were four of you on one season because to be honest before that? I mean there was one and So. I was surprised not allow surprised about it in a happy way. I was really happy too late for it and it was like y'all we gotta represent. You gotta represent we can't. We can't be getting out here like we do not give a physical altercation because we know the headlines GonNa read. So we were happy about but have to be honest it's a lot of pressure sometimes you know for me, I have to watch myself and I can't be as vocal about certain things a lot about certain things and I can't the way I would normally vote because people would say I'm a guy like a angry black guy it should be in the back of reminded it's like I'm amy because this is a dumb ass situation. Right I'm just lucky that you Chad Johnson weren't on the same season. In that. Terrible them my mouth I want might really Oh God 'cause they're not probably. He would evoke emotions. I wouldn't have been good. I'm really mad that you didn't get that. Bachelor in off or was not like I'm mad that they gave it to Peter Webber. I. Did enjoy the Peter Weber of it all but I was ready for you to take over how close was it really I was told the night before they still are unsure. That's what I was told I dunno, the validity of that. I think if Peter hadn't acted out at that bachelor tells all. The final the final rose situation. If he didn't cry, we didn't know barb was it barb wasn't crazy Peter would not have been the bachelor. Let's be real. I will say Mama Liba bars probably better TV them so. She's amazing. She's awesome. TV got lowered. Did. You ever think that you would be on a show like this because you're a good looking guy. Do they you could have found. Ample women no I never thought I would be on a TV show I never was something I was thinking about never watched the Bachelorette. Notice respects on and. I met ladies but I lived in San Antonio Tom I was thinking I'm not GonNa find mop person here. Yeah. I tried all the day naps I did last. Night just have. A crushing you're crushing tender. I'll be. Twice. About it my you're taking down come on Mike. Now. Once or twice out say like that. Just. So you know. With the nod we also can't lie to black. Black the. To Black dudes. And it can get come on man come. And you've got to tell the truth. How did you end up getting involved with the show? No Lotto, my home. I was financial advisers at work not. So my boy I. I just got mad at through my phone and I was like I ain't GonNa Never I'm Never GonNa Parmalat I'm never going to find love like regulation all this stuff he was like Kinda say what you said he was bro what good-looking do girls ever said they wanted me to relationship and I was like. I'm ready like I'm getting old I'm trying to have kids one day. You know in boss up I want I can't wait for the day that I have a son or daughter in like they're dating somebody nine am you'll get it looked good. I cannot wait for that day. So my homeboy said a Africa him dying laughing at me 'cause I said I wanted to be in a relationship. A few months later, he just sent me a facebook casting call. Now I'm upward nothing today. Let's do it and you got it I got lucky. What did you really think about Hannah Brown whenever he saw for the first I thought she was cutie but then I was thinking I knew she was from Alabama and I was. She's Caucasian. I was scared that I wanNA. Get a fair shot at her because she was out in our thoughts I assumed you know we all make Assad assume I assume that She might not like black guys and I was like, well, this sucks best-case but she definitely like the song
2020 People's Choice Awards nominees list
"Welcome back to Daly Pop. Let's give huge of applause to Jennifer. Lopez. She is receiving the People's icon award at the twenty twenty e people's choice awards I mean does anybody deserve more than J. Lo Soprano. Did it ten years ago The nominations dropped a short time ago. So let's check out some of the top competitions. Take a look at the female artist of twenty, twenty their. Good names on this list really eyelash took the title last year. Do you think she's going to win it again or is it someone else in you Lebron? Liba, just because I like every song and that's rare. And I think album came at the right time. We were all depressed even banana bread and wondering if that murder Hornets are gonNA come through. Yeah. Super me. She will win this. Me She gets. With Taylor swift she dropped. Carpet again, this summer and it was huge and I think there's a really good. These are going to come through. Opinion you still with. All right. Next up, we have the female TV star twenty twenty. Nominees. Who Do you think's GonNa. Win this one. Well, with Christina applegate I thought that debt to me was so good I love that show we missed her on television and you know she's making a big comeback this year I think this is a good year for her. Was Sandra. Oh, just. Good for you I think you forget that people need stability right now and yes that to me was bombed but he came in it went mariscal. There are so many law and order Svu reruns and marathons right now. To see her again and relive all like the crazy haircut I gotta say she's such a talented actress every time I watched that show on my damn bomb her. Let's talk about the social celebrity of twenty. This is based on their social media accounts alone a lot of good nominees I actually went with Bieber here. He over quarantine remember going live with Haley and they were doing like inside looks at their house and he's been a lot more active on social lately and he's been I. Don't know he's just been more open just this be beepers year I'm GonNa go with the jeans because he's of pivoted his social media account for social justice and I think a lot of times athletes do that because they try to protect the bag. So for me, my star is the person who used his social media for good and that's ads. That's a good way. To classic I went with Kylie because I mean she's really an effortless thing for her and she basically shuts it down every single day by not doing a whole lot the you know the photos are very easygoing but She just kills it that girl. So I went with her
The Promised Podcast
What Happened to Ofek 12-15?
"But first we have a small matter that we are following with lert interesting, great concern as part of an occasional series that we call the promise podcast ponders the cipher of satellite skipping Siri atoms signification at four. Am this past Monday at the? Airbase and Israeli made Chavez. Rocket was launched without a hitch, carrying a payload of an Israeli made electro optical reconnaissance satellite names sixteen, both are the work of the Space Administration of the Director of Defense Research and development of the Israel. Ministry of Defence Working together with the Israel aerospace industry or I a I. The launch was. The rocket, arguing with grace into a sky, just beginning to grow and glow lighter at one speeding and receding towards the heavens, a press release attributed to the satellite quote. Unquote advanced capabilities which are really the BIS kind of capabilities for satellite to have the first OPEC satellite Ofek means horizon by the way was launched in September nineteen, eighty-eight, almost thirty two years ago, that was Ofek one over to launch in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, and nineteen, ninety five, and so on on Monday just a few hours after the successful launch and exultant I'm known Harari the head of the Space Administration of the Director of Defense, research. Research and development of the Ministry of Defence was interviewed on the morning radio, and he explained the enormity of the achievement that he oversaw and he starts in formation Li like this quote, he says the satellite is an optical observation satellite very similar to the last satellite. We launched a few years ago. Eleven at which point the interviewer commonly risk indices name, says quote. Wait this. You have to explain if the last one was OPEC eleven. How come this one is sixteen, so Harari says quote. It's a lovely name affects sixteen I love it. Who says the numbers have to come in order and leaves skin, says quote no. No No, you have to explain this thing. You had nine Victoriano fake eleven, and then you skipped. Tawfiq Sixteen Harari says yeah. Is there anything wrong with that? LIBA, skin, says no, no, no, that's nice, but it demands an explanation. Harari says quote. I explained it to you. You're just not willing to accept my explanation. Leeza Skin says that's right Harari says we'll have a cup of coffee I'll explain leave says. Are you serious? Harari says yes, very serious. Liebskind says it's like we have January and February. And then we jumped April and say marches and good for US Harari Says No, it's like you call your girl Mikal. Mikal and your boy, Asaf, and then later you name your third kid. You're those are the names of my kids by the way what's wrong with that leaves could said that's not a good example. Why would you jump from eleven to sixteen? Harari said we found that. That's what fits our plans. And it goes on like that. Masses website says on the subject quote as Israel's not known to have attempted any satellite launches between the OPEC eleven and sixteen missions, it is not immediately clear whether twelve thirteen fourteen and fifteen designations have been skipped or apply to other spacecraft possibly satellites that have not yet been launched then quote. Quote the generally considered authoritative in such matters, defense update website noted dryly that the Israel Ministry of Defence Announcement did not explain the whereabouts of OPEC twelve through fifteen and quote, and I admit I cannot let this go. I tweeted at times of Israel Defense reported our gross who has one of the best sense of the absurd in journalism, also one of the sense of humor to see if he knew and he answered quote, so we asked about this and the press conference, and we didn't get actual answer what you don't like. The name was literally the response. The I official insinuated that twelve to fifteen blown up on. On launch we would have heard about it. However, it does remind me of an apocryphal practical joke. I heard of paint the numbers, one two and four on the back of three pigs, and let them loose in a school so that even after they're all caught, the administration continues to search for the missing number, three and quote to which someone named Ryan, replied in a tweet who gives Oh fach, which is fair enough, but I cannot let go if anyone out, there has seen OPEC, twelve or thirteen or fourteen or fifteen. Please let me know apparently I. Give fact
GSMC Music Podcast
Music News: New Releases, Upcoming Tours, And Chart Toppers
"Now. It's time for new releases. Antunes new album releases Ozzy Osbourne Ordinary Man Royce. The five nine voice the five nine the allegory. Grimes Miss anthroposophy. Gene cannot know how to pronounce that coldplay. Everyday life. Dj Snake cardio `Blanche Deluxe Cardi Blonde Deluxe and holy broken heart new singles. The weekend after hours Ozzy Osbourne featuring post Malone it's rayed yellow busy. Keep it in the streets Pearl Jam Super Blood Wolf Moon. Tripler trooper read featuring. Russ the way Victoria Munay a Sacramento California native moment. Bt's featuring SIA on and what a what Alanis Morissette Smiling Now Billy Eyelashes. No time to die. Debut at Number Sixteen on the Billboard. Hot One hundred dated February twenty-ninth marking marking the latest theme song from James Bond Film to reach the chart. Time is the highest charting bond theme on the hot one hundred since Adele Sky Fall which debuted and peaked at number eight in October. Twenty twelve. Justin BIEBER's changes earns him his seventh number one album on billboard. Two hundred chart do a Liba is. Don't start now. Rises to number one on billboard's pop songs Radio Airplay Chart Dated February twenty ninth marking her second leader on the survey she. I reigned for four weeks in February twenty eighteen with new rules on tours and festival news. German electronic duo craftwork announced that a North America tour will be coming this summer in one. Nine hundred ninety. They changed the direction of modern music with the creation of their game. Changing electronic project that focused on robotics technology and the ideas images and sounds of the future. The German act is widely credited as creating the soundtracks for the digital age and influencing the sound of electronic music across all genres these performances will be an extension of the group's renowned three D. performances. And the first time in four years at craft work has performed this three D. Show in the states tickets for the tour go on sale to the public on Thursday at ten A. M. local time British bands. Pet shop boys and new order are heading to. North America for a joint headlining tour beginning in September. The Electronic Act will band together for the unity tour set to launch at Budweiser Stage in Toronto. The weekend is launching a headline tour a headline world tour ahead of his upcoming album. So the weekend is launching a headline world tour ahead of his upcoming album. The after hours tour is set to kick off June eleventh in Vancouver produced by live nation. The fifty seven date global trek will travel to arenas across the US Canada the UK Belgium the NAB The Netherlands Germany and France through November twelfth. The Toronto Singer will be joined by Sabrina. Claudio and Don over in the US and ate lamb and Claudio in Europe. Now onto the top. Ten songs played in the United States according to Apple Music Rowdy rich the box. Guess what still number. One young boy never broke again. Lou Top is number two. I just downloaded his album. Which I come out since he keep on popping up on these list number three future featuring drake life is good number. Four young boy number broke again. Redeye number five. Roddy rich featuring mustard fashion number six. This young boy is all over this list here. He is again with fine by time and number seven with knocked off. So if you didn't get that I'm just saying young boy never broke again but yeah he's six seven as well Number Eight bootie boogie. You WOULDA hoodie featuring rowdy rich numbers number nine the weekend again with after hours No it's not again number nine the weekend with after hours number ten pop smoke your instill no baby. Maybe his days on the top ten are over. Now let's compare that to the top. Ten songs played globally according Apple Music Rowdy which the box at number one in the US and globally still number two the weekend blinding lights number three young boy. I ain't saying hey y'all know who he is. Low Top number four future life is good featuring drake number five just bieber intentions number six the weekend after hours number seven tones and is back on the list of dance monkey number eight rowdy rich featuring mustard high fashion number nine Justin Bieber Yummy in number ten boogie would a hoodie numbers. Now what have I been jamming first off? I usually don't listen to singles nor talk about them. Prefer to listen to the entire project but I am really dig in this new a lantis smiling track. It's classic Atlantis. I mean it has me excited for the album and just happy that she is still making amazing music. Now I'm working my way through royse the five nine the allegory. It's twenty two songs and in our in eight minutes long. Soa Is GonNa take me a minute. I mean in this new world of EPA's anything longer than thirty minutes is a mission to get through but Royce is classic hip hop he is woke af and so are his kids. His interludes with his kids included includes him quizzing them on woke facts. I taught them. It's a heavy won't because it deals with race in America and its history with race. The production is incredible. I WANNA have expected anything less from Royce now Christian hip hop albums whole the broken heart. Ep So I never heard of this up and coming rapper slash singer science rapper. Lacroix's reach records but Craig plug him on his. I G saying congrats semi guy at Harvey official on his EP. Keep your eyes on this kid. So that is the only reason I checked out this kid. 'cause I'm Craig Fan? I didn't learn that craze signed him to I didn't. I didn't learn that cray signed him until I listened to the EP and then I started researching the kid now dudas talented and he looks like a regular dude like nothing about him. Screams artist so watching his visuals on. Youtube is kind of mind blowing. I mean each track on the EP has a visual. So you can choose how you would like to digest his prajit cold world or cold water and if I gave it all our my standouts But the entire album. You can listen from start to finish. I mean it's an EP It's super short. The run time for this one is wall on Apple Music. Obviously that's why I have Include it's only six tracks but it also includes the visuals on it so it says that it's twenty or forty minutes but I'm GonNa just cut that in half because it's literally like a double album with visuals. So it's probably only twenty minutes so you see it's easier for me to run through twenty minutes than in our eight minutes like royster five nine so I did get to get through all these a few times And it's definitely worth a
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Climate Change: A Partisan Issue?
"On today show on joined by Ryan and Williams and Rebecca Liba Ryan Williams is executive vice president targeted victory involves Mitt. Romney's two thousand twelve campaign spokesman. He joins us from Cape Cod road. And Rebecca Liba is a climate politics and science reporter for Mother Jones. She joins us from Washington. DC Ryan want to start by framing framing climate change as a policy position within the context of the current presidential election. And obviously I think it's fair to say that this like everything else. In American politics politics are everything else in American life is going to be seen as a partisan issue doesn't strike you that there is a serious policy difference between Democrats it's and Republicans or is this just a case of the Republican seeing the Democrats saw for this therefore we must be against it. I think there's a significant policy difference. Prince obviously president trump has mocked the green new deal which is the cornerstone of the Democrats Climate Change Agenda. It was put out by some of the more liberal politicians in the party party but it's become essentially a mainstream position amongst Democratic primary voters to support this and I think you're gonNA see every Democratic presidential candidate to some degree have to support report this or else risk alienating liberal voters who make up a significant portion of their primary electorate with Republicans trump is marcus repeatedly. He's mocked the concept of climate change. And I don't think his position is essentially where a number of Republicans are I think. Republicans are beginning to move a bit on acknowledging knowledge in the climate. Change is real for many years. Most Republicans running had said. The science is disputed. I think we're getting beyond that. Debate to some extent with mainstream Republicans publican's trump not being one of them. And I think now the question is how to solve it. The Democrats are taking it pretty dramatic and far left approach with the green new deal. I think some some Republicans you're GONNA see propose more moderate solutions. You've seen Lamar. Alexander Retiring Senator from Tennessee. Come out with a plan recently. That relies on investments and technology nuclear nuclear power. So I think that's kind of an overview basically of of how the debate is shaping up now with the two parties Rebecca if that is the case that there is a gathering consensus consensus among as Ryan says mainstream Republicans that there's not much dispute about the science that climate change is a thing have the proponents of the green renew deal possibly made a mistake in the packaging because obviously there's a couple of screaming red flags that to a lot of even moderate Republican Publican. Voters agree that the Republican base doesn't necessarily reflect what the president is saying on climate change. Denial polls consistently show Oh that acceptance of climate change science and belief that it's getting worse is the majority of voters while the president's still regularly. He calls this something like a hoax. But I think what the green new deal conversation has really done. Here is broaden out. The conversation on climate change for so long talk about climate solutions was really relegated to an environmental policy into this niche topic in debate and you saw that reflected in in the primary debates in past election cycles where there was no climate change debate that even came up because it felt like this bottom tier issue for voters what the green new deal has done is brought in that out and connect climate change to other policies like economic justice distace like social injustice like healthcare and. I think it's too early to tell if this is a tactical mistake but I think you've seen the results. It's just a few months. How climate change has really soared in the Democratic Party and it's consistently now ranked as a top tier issue and God for the first time fifteen? Eighteen minutes of debate in the first two presidential debates. Royan is there a way that you can run and win on this even if you do need to win. Lean over conservative voters as Rebecca pointed out there. There has been a tendency certainly among some parts of the Democratic Party and the left elsewhere to tie climate a change into things like economic justice and social justice traditional I guess Social Democrat left wing positions. Is that a mistake. Dyke from the democratic. Party's point of view. Do you think would it make more sense for them to run on actually the economic benefits of attempting to reinvent environmental environmental policy. All of which it can be plausibly argued that there are many well. I agree with Rebecca that this new deal certainly has raised the issue of climate change to a degree that it has is not been in recent years. It's being discussed now both parties with democratic debates. And of course president trump tweets about it frequently. I don't know if social justice and other liberal concerns are the best way to build consensus amongst the broader swath of voters. It certainly something that they're going to have to discuss right now. The Democratic candidates because they're trying to win over Democratic or credit base voters to secure the nomination so it makes political sense to focus on those issues right now in a general election. I really do think the economy's the biggest issue and the main attack on the green deal. He'll anybody who signs on the green new deal is that this is a job killing economy. Busting Bill because of its price tag because of the restrictions that puts on businesses and free enterprise and I think Democrats if they signed onto the new deal which most I think will are GonNa have to counter that with an economic message so I think in general election. They need to beep prepared if they're gonNA support this to counter the narrative that this is GonNa kill jobs. They're going to have to deal with that when they get to the general election whoever the Democratic nominee is Rebecca. Do you think there is oh has been just a brutally if you like economic case for combating climate change that you can actually make prophets From renewable energies. And is it arguable. That the Democrats and broadly left wing parties elsewhere in the world have been a bit shy about making the argument. I can remember myself talking to people. Involved in Green Energy in Abu Dhabi in one of the reasons they were excited about it was not just because of the environmental benefits because they thought the United Arab Emirates wearing a fantastic position to make immense amounts of money from it for so long. Climate Change has been framed in the US Set lease as a conversation around the costs of action and what it would cost to transition the economy from fossil fuels to renewables. And I think what's changed. Actually for especially in the Democratic Party is talking about this more as an economic opportunity and not just framing this as what are the costs in. How do we pay for it? But what are the costs of inaction first of all which is a conversation that we don't often focus and I think press should definitely always work into stories about talking about paying for climate change but I also think the green new deal what what that has done is give Democrats vision for in economic opportunity here. An investment in things like infrastructure in jobs. And that does I think give voters and economic message. Here that isn't just about. We need to fight climate change because of the moral reasons but because there there are economic reasons that are affecting you in your lifetime that this kind of investment could help you right now and. That's that's the message that I think. Green new deal. Proponents are trying to make. This election is a good test for how well they will make that message. Roy and do you think there are actual political opportunities for Republicans and other conservatives in approaching climate change if for example a Republican not necessarily presidential nominee but any republican running running for office next year was to decide to make this thing and get out in front of it. Could they reach their anyway. They could take Republican voters with them. All would a plurality of that Republican base just think that candidate X. had completely lost their mind gone over the wall and might as well be working for the other team. No I think there is an opportunity especially for some blue state. Republican senators are up for reelection in two thousand sixteen. I'm thinking of People Cory Gardner senator from Colorado who faces the very challenging reelection campaign. Proposing a common sense. Bipartisan solution. To address climate change. I think could give political benefits to a Republican running blue-state sensible moderate and have the ability to bring in swing voters and potentially some Democrats as well into their coalition. I do think though to achieve that. We're going to have to put forward a plan. Somewhat in line with what Senator Alexander has talked about which is basically a plan that doesn't have government overreach doesn't have the government dictating how things are going to happen. Happen to combat climate change but rather sparking the investment and technology that would be required to address it and then relying on something that Democrats have to some degree of opposed over the years which is nuclear power. Nuclear Power does not produce carbon in the air. It's something that Republicans have supported for years. And it's something. I think that a Republican publican could use as part of a broader solution to the topic. That would not alienate conservative voters. Just as a final thought on this rebecca when Democratic candidates have talked talked about the green new deal and when they've talked about climate change in general they have made frequently an appeal to some sense of national unity. The idea that this needs to be a collective effort something that the entire nation needed to get behind do together. Does it strike you especially in these polarized type of partisan sometimes that that kind of national cohesion is still a viable option. The American people are far. Less polarized on the subject of climate change than the political elites are and there are a few areas where the political elites Congress had some areas of consensus. They're very small alike. Nuclear Power has found some bipartisan consensus carbon capture and certain technological investments. The major challenge in election in is bringing this kind of message to a popular base. And I think this is truly a climate change election. The first time that climate change is front and center her and it will be a huge test for the green new deal going forward. Rebecca Lieb and Ryan Williams. Thank you both very much for joining