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As U.S. TikTok Ban Nears, Here's What We Know About a Deal
"TIKTOK could soon have a US media partner Bite dance the Chinese company that owns tick. Tock has chosen the American Tech Company. Oracle for the role. The move comes after the trump administration signed two executive orders aimed at forcing bite dance to sell Celtic tops US business over what the President says our national security concerns but the deal isn't done yet. It's still needs to be reviewed by the US government. Here's a president trump had to say yesterday no, I'm not prepared to sign off on anything I have to see the deal we need security especially after what we've seen with respect to China and what's going on we want security so I'll let you know. Cristiano Lima is the technology reporter at Politico and he talked to me earlier this week about what we need to know about the deal and its implications for user privacy. But I, I asked him to explain exactly what Oracle does their a one of the biggest tech companies out there. But certainly under the radar particularly in Washington. So they do a lot of cloud computing services they provide supply chain tools, data management certainly. Not, the things that most people associate with tact when they think of facebook social media companies, but definitely a major power player in the industry that provides a lot of indispensable services for lots of businesses. So they're not really a front facing technology company that we think about when we think about like what tech companies we know off the top of our heads, why would oracle be interested in buying or partnering Tiktok? That's what makes this such an interesting move for them. of tech companies that we've seen come under intense scrutiny in Washington has been the public facing ones that the facebooks the Google's the twitter's of the world, and this would be oracle really stepping into a potentially a lot of that scrutiny by taking a potential stake, a partnership bowl in Tiktok, which has faced its own political headwinds in Washington, not only on these national security issues that are getting so much attention now, but also along the lines of. Privacy and content moderation issues but it is a company that has seen its user base really expand this urine twenty twenty with a lot of people staying at home on their APPs rolling through the popular videos, and so it's certainly was a very appetizing company for a lot of its suitors were pursuing the company and it's a chance for Oracle to release order to step up its its profile.
La Casa Matusita
"In many ways Lokossa to see sita is more legend than a place whispers surrounded in its neighborhood, Lima Peru and none of the stories about it entirely match they weave in and out of each other never forming a complete picture. Various businesses operated on the first floor of the two story building near the intersection Espana and Gossip Lhasa, de la Vega at us. But the top floor apartment rarely manages to keep an occupant. The each window that lines the wall is surrounded by cheery golden paint and Teal Trim. The Place Somehow always feels dark and closed in. Visitors find themselves assaulted by violent, but unseen forces, tortured cries and flying objects. A priest to attempted to exercise the building was heard screaming before he was found dead due to an apparent heart attack. The name itself derives from one of the legends surrounding. Qasim to see to. The Legend tells of Japanese immigrant by the name of much. Sita who killed his wife and her lover after discovering them in Flagrante. When he realized his children would never forgive him. He killed them as well before taking his own life. There are no historical records confirming this quadruple homicide ever occurred but allegedly, there are property records that Saint Immigrant family did occupy the building. At some point it is likely the name stuck due to rampant xenophobic sentiment in Peru during the first half of the twentieth century. Japanese immigrants began coming to Peru at the end of the eighteen hundreds and their numbers grew in decades that followed. By the nineteen forties however anti-japanese rioting and protests broke out in Lima result of long-standing xenophobia and the pressures of World War, two. The idea of an East Asian, immigrant holding a property like Mukasa, Macho Sita would stick in the minds of xenophobic Peruvians. But the legends of dark happenings at Mukasa Mata. Sita date back centuries before Mr Montecito set foot in south. America. The origin story of this haunting is actually about a very different kind of immigrations. Dare. VASA. Knew they were coming for her? She thought that her neighbors might be more just standing here than they've been in Europe but she learned however that hatred looks the same no matter where she went. When she was little dare Vassilios father told her that her blood, the blood of Persians south of it dynasty was the most rare in the. And while dare boat had been blessed with keen wit and a sharp tongue, she was a long way from Persia and the Peruvian locals had no qualms about reminding her. Not only did they find her form of prayer abhorrent? They resented the fact that she lived alone. She didn't need anyone to provide for her when found themselves in trouble she was the one to help them out with herbs and healing hands. She expected their protection and return, but even they bowed to the KISTA doors. She tried not to blame them. Many of her neighbors could still be calm when the INCA had ruled this land and not the Spanish. Some said, they had seen the fires that burned the Great General Chow Gucci Mock. They had heard that threats of Pizarro to burn their now murdered emperor at two Wolpe to. The Spanish said they were the fires of God and like Derek boats talents, her neighbors called it magic. Their fastball correct them magic was a tool for evil not a way to Allah or to their God's.
Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends
"Angelica Lindsey. Ali. My name is Sukhothai. My name is Ben to file. Hardest for all of us was on that was that was a killer think yes. Definitely a killer to not be able to be such a community months as a whole month. And for most of it for all amid were at home was how very first one ever. My entire life remembering having big told that we can't go to the mustard. A typical is version without covet. It's The Best Day of the year. Is Really Fun. So what we do is we wake up in the morning we put our best clothes on put our best perfumes and put a best jewelry. And then we go to the market for for prayers we played shoulder to shoulder some of us stay until midnight I'm the last ten days especially because those are more even more specialties the last than days a lot of people I, truly stay at the much. And then after prayers then we you know we congratulate each other go and visit family and friends. There is always a lot of food. There's a lot of festivities and my family I'm usually the one who cooks for all of our family and friends. I think all of us everything shut down in March. We knew Ramadan was coming in late May tune. I think all of us started to pray hard that this was not going to last until them. Praying shoulder to shoulder is a huge deal for us. It's almost like a transfer of a spiritual energy as we pray together and you you have to stay succeed apart because of covid obviously, I must sheets have been closed. So we had a live streaming of the actual prayer. I might be you know out of turn saying this but I, really think it was the women in Lima Sloan Community who really made the most of it because I think we're used to having to be adaptable to change and I. I really liked the way that there were so many outlets like there were so many classes I've found opportunity as many other women did to sort of take center stage. And so I actually had a class with over two hundred one from fifteen different countries every Saturday during the month of McGaw and that gave me an opportunity at least once a week to connect with women to talk about Ramadan go over spiritual principles and really gained much as we could from the month. So that was really beautiful. There were daily drive-thru if tires that women like put together so that if people need it food that they could drive through or walk through or deliver. So yeah I, think it's a time of. Trauma we're all in a collective state of trauma, but it's also a time of immense spirit of opportunity. So Rahman to actually very fulfilling. It got us to be we missed that community but on the other hand I, think all of us were just surprised that the advantages the positives. For instance, I would often either take all of my kids would break at the mustard or break at home and then pray at the mosque together but schooldays, right I wouldn't be able to do that I would often leave the behind This one though we came up with very. Creative ways of involving the kids. So the whole thirty days of the fast, we were able to private the break with our kids play with them, and then we were able to show them what we do in the mustard here at home we we taught my my son to lead some of the prayers which was I think very. Very in new and interesting for him very you know they're empowering for him so. That was a big positive I will go so far to say this year. Ramadan Ede were a lot more meaningful than they have been in the past because we have to be very intentional about who we chose to spend our time with. we were very mindful about wearing things that we could make ourselves or that we already had because a lot of the shops or close We spent a lot of time cheer rating, the experiences that we wanted to have for our children and with people who were within our bubble. So I'll though the fanfare of holiday was missing I really feel like this was one of the best holiday seasons ever because it stripped off all of the slush and really focus on what the essence of the holidays truly are so that that made unexpected. Beautiful.
13 die in Peru disco stampede after police lockdown raid
"Officials say 13 people died in a stampede at a disco in Peru, but he's writing to enforce the country's lock down during the Corona virus pandemic. The Interior Ministry says the stampede happened of the Thomas Disco and Lima were about 120 people have gathered for a party Saturday night.
Mexico arrests violent gang leader known for emotive videos
"Military says it's arrested the leader of a notorious drug gang responsible for rising violence in the central Mexican state where it operates NPR's Carrie. Kahn has more Mexico's top security official La Phone, Soda Russell to twitter to announce the arrest of Jose Antonio Yepez known as El Morro early Sunday morning. Dosso says the cartel boss will be housed at a maximum security prison and charged with ties to organized crime and fuel theft your heads, the center Rosa, the Lima cartel based in the central state of one Quavo. The cartoon has been known for stealing fuel from oil pipelines ubiquitous in the state the gang has been increasingly locked in turf war with the rival police go new generation cartel. One of Mexico's most powerful crime
Should You Add Mineral Water to Your Diet?
"Hello there. I'm Monica Reindel and you're listening to the nutrition diva podcast welcome this week. We're talking about the nutritional benefits of drinking mineral water. You know a lot of people are concerned that fruits and vegetables are less nutritious than they used to be. Because they've heard that. The soil has become depleted of minerals I address that concern back in episode number ninety seven. If you'd like to check that out, but suffice it to say, I don't think we need to worry about declining mineral levels in our produce. However, mineral-water still sounds like a good idea sort of like a vitamin supplement. You can drink, so are their health benefits to drinking mineral water. Are there any risks? I. You should know that you're probably already getting some minerals in your regular drinking water, because most tap water contains minerals for example. If you drink two liters of water a day, you be getting ten to fifteen percent of your daily calcium requirement and up to a third of your required magnesium, just from the water that you drink or that you use in your tea and coffee, but the amount of minerals in tap water in different regions varies greatly. As I talked about in my article on water contamination. If you're on a public water system here in the United States, you should get a report every summer, which details your water quality including mineral levels as well as any contaminants that have been found. It's often included with your water bill now. If you're a renter, you'll probably never see these reports. You can look up your local water quality report on the Environmental Protection Agency's website and have linked to that in our show notes. Checking. Your water quality report can give you a good idea of how high in minerals your local water supply is. Now I realized. Not all of you are in the United. States and most countries have agencies that provide similar information. If you're not in the US try doing an internet search using your country along with the phrase, drinking, water quality, and again I've included links to several of these agencies in the show notes for today. Even the modest amounts of minerals founded regular drinking water play a beneficial role in your health, calcium and magnesium are important for strong bones of course and magnesium also helps to regulate your blood pressure. In fact, people who live in areas with very hard water, which is very high in minerals, have a reduced risk of heart, disease and hard water. That's high in magnesium has also been found to relieve constipation. However all those minerals can also be rough on your plumbing, so people who have hard water often use a water softening system to remove those minerals, so if you're using a water softener to lower the mineral content of your water than obviously you would not get the health benefits associated with hard water. If you suspect or you know that you're drinking. Water is low in minerals. Could mineral water be a good thing to add to your diet? Well, it might bottled mineral water contains four times as much calcium and magnesium as regular tap water, and one study found that people drinking water was low in magnesium were able to lower their blood pressure by drinking a leader of mineral water every day. Of course there are other ways to get magnesium brown rice almonds, Lima beans and spinach are all examples of good sources of magnesium, but drinking mineral water can definitely add to your intake of calcium, magnesium and other minerals, and I have a related episode in the archives, and why you need more magnesium in your diet. Now, not all bottled water is mineral water. Some bottled water simply filtered or distilled tap water, often with small amounts of minerals added back in to enhance the taste. Some bottled water does come from a natural source such as spring, but it still may not be high enough in minerals to be considered true mineral water, the technical definition of mineral water vary somewhat around the world here in the United. States in order to be labeled as mineral water, it must come from a natural source such as a spring, and it must also have at least two hundred fifty parts per million of dissolved minerals and. And that translates to these two hundred and fifty milligrams of minerals, including sodium per liter
Romantic Bridges and Little Museums of Paris; Burgundy
"Of the small specialty museums in Paris were allowed to reopen weeks before the Lou, but just because they don't attract the big crowds of the famous museums doesn't mean they aren't worth your time in just a bit. We'll hear why they can be worth. Including in your travel plans next time you're in town and we'll explore what you'll find in the peaceful countryside of Burgundy and easy giant from Paris. Let's start. Today's very French edition of travel with Rick Steves along the banks of the Seine, the busy river that winds through the heart of the city. Paris to me, it's the capital of Europe and you can never get tired of ten. I just love the way the THEMM lined through. The city in the city faces. It's river and I also love the way it's laced together by bridges that just give so much meaning to your wondering through Paris. Lynch Lima is a journalist for the New York Times. She's written books about Paris to her. New Book is called. The river that made Paris, and she talks about the bridges that lease together the right bank and left bank. In Paris Elaine. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me on your show I. Love The way your book. The Seine the river that made Paris illustrates the importance. To France end to Paris and of course, Paris was born on this end, wasn't it? Yes, there would not have been a Paris. Had it not been for the Senate and for the heels lessee tae the island that is the center, the heart of the city of Paris, and that goes back to Roman Times. Pre Roman Times Poetry Roman times absolutely now when we think about the send through the centuries through most of the centuries, it's been a mucky riverbank where. Where you've got all sorts of slime and sewer and garbage and poverty, and and then over the centuries built this wonderful embankment that sort of teams the river, and and makes it an elegant part of the city. Talk a bit about the embankment in Paris will the embankment of Paris really the way it looks like now was conceived in the nineteenth century at before that you could pretty much walk along the banks of the Seine and bring your cows and horses. Horses and dogs right into the river, your laundry, whatever now it's a little bit more challenging, although there are places right now in Paris that you can walk down into the river and go swimming if you're so inclined, but with this mighty embankment you also have elegant bridges, lacing it together to the right and the left bank, and one of my favorite things in Paris just to walk along the banks of the river, and in or cruise the river and enjoy the. The bridges I've got so many vivid memories of just being on the top of one of those river, Seine, tourist boats, and going under these glorious bridges, and the more you know about the context of these bridges, the more funded is to sail under them. Let's just go and there's four bridges that really come to mind from. Yes, I'd love to just talk about each of them as if we're cruising down the river and I. we come to the punt new. Means the Newbridge, right? It means the new bridge, even though it's the oldest bridge in Paris. And when it was built, it was finished in the beginning of the seventeenth century, it was a miracle was an architectural dazzling creation, because it was the first bridge that didn't have houses on either side, so that people would come to the pontiff and look at the expanse of the river. It became the heart and soul of Paris where. You would come and have all sorts of wild activities. You could join up for the army or by. Orange juice or have a tooth pulled or watch jugglers or exchange God. You could buy false teeth and glass is and wooden legs and life, poultry and skin whiteners, so it really was the place to be was a gathering place a Piazza for the city. It was. You know what that's exactly right? It's like a piazza in the shape of a bridge. Now when you said it had didn't have houses on either side. Are you talking like lined with houses and shops like the punt Vecchio in Florence and the London Bridge in. Exactly and that you finally had an open view to the river, and you didn't have these barriers in the shape of houses blocking your. Visual joy of Helseth Martavis city that has some pride because it's just a practical matter. If you had a bridge that you needed help, pay for and maintain. You'd rent out space to it and it would obliterate the fact that it feels like a bridge so London Bridge and the Punt Vecchio it would be lined by shops that were paying rent to the city, so they could have that great bridge. Bridge punt new F-. It's a piazza. That's great. The next bridge we come to is the punt art that right the what what does that mean, and how is it unique well? It's the bridge of the arts and I love this bridge. Because it joy. It's a walking bridge. It's a pedestrian bridge, and so it's a great bridge for picnicking, but if you stand front of this bridge at the Louvre. And look through a gorgeous courtyard, but not many people know about is called the core cafe, the square courtyard you can look through the arch, and you can see right across the bridge to the St to default on the other side of the river, which is where the economy foss says is head. You just feel like you've got this magical long view of Paris
Stamped On The Phone
"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty
Rental bikes temporarily removed from Seattle during Lime-Jump merger
"And shared bikes will be returning to Seattle the times reporting over which owns the bike share company jump has led a major investment in line as a result line has acquired jump Seattle operations jumps red banks have been removed as part of the switch over and will soon be redeployed as Lima
A Rare Disease Drug Hunter Turns His Attention to COVID-19
"As a medical student divvied Feigenbaum nearly died from castleman disease. A rare autoimmune condition he would suffer recurring bounce that carried him to the brink of death but was able to push the disease into remission by discovering drug. That could be re purposed to treat the disease. Feigenbaum co-founded the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network and developed a unique approach to research. That's now being adopted by other rare disease organizations. He tells the story in. His book chasing my cure when the Kobe. Nine thousand nine outbreak began vagabond recognized that the deadliest aspect of the disease hyperactive immune response known as a sign of kind storm sharing a common link with castleman disease. He hoped a researcher would apply his approach to finding a potential drug to repurpose to treat the virus and soon enlisted his own team to do so. We spoke to Feigenbaum Assistant. Professor at the Promo School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Co founder and Executive Director of the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network about his own experience. How it led him to. Cova nineteen and his effort to help researchers and clinicians track all of the drugs being tried to treat the pandemic virus. David thanks for joining us. Dan thanks so much for having me. We're going to talk about the covert nineteen pandemic your research efforts. And how you're trying to do for Cova. Nineteen what you did for. Castle Man's disease listeners. Of our sister podcast rare cast will be familiar with you and your story but before we talk about covert nineteen and the work. You're doing there. I think it would be useful to start with your own experiences with Kasim's disease. This is a store you telling your book chasing my cure doctors race to turn hope into action which I recommend to all listeners. But let's start with you becoming ill in medical school. What happened so I went from training to become an oncologist? I had lost my mom to cancer. Just a few years before and wanted to exact revenge on cancer and I went from training to become an oncologist and being a healthy third year medical student to experiencing multi organ failure. My liver my kidneys. My Bone Marrow. My heart and my lungs began to shut down for an unknown reason. They hospitalized me and quickly sent me to the intensive care unit where I had a retinal hemorrhage that made me blind in my left eye against seventy pounds of fluid and I drifted in and out of consciousness for for months at a time I was eventually diagnosed with ideographic. Multicentric castleman disease. Which as you mentioned is a rare and deadly immune system disorder which unfortunately at the time had to be treated with chemotherapy. Because there were there were no other options and thankfully. Chemotherapy saved my life. But I was actually so sick right before. I received chemotherapy that I actually had my last rites read to me by priests because the doctors didn't think I would survive and really considered that moment to be the start of my overtime and time that I didn't think I would have but thankfully I survived with Chemo but unfortunately I would go on to have relapsed after relapse after relapse until I eventually found a drug that could save my life well listeners. Who Want to know that story in greater depth can go to the rare. Cast podcast and find the edition. We did with you. But what exactly did you do to find a drug that could be re purposed to treat castleman disease sure after the fourth time that I nearly died battling this disease and while I was actually on the only drug that has ever undergone randomized controlled trial for my disease in. That drug did not work. I realized I could no longer hope that some researchers somewhere would figure out a drug that could save me at this stage. I was a third year medical student so I I'd dove into the lab and I started doing laboratory. Experiments asserted foundation called the CASTLEMAN disease. Claver network and when I relapsed again about a year later I was in a position to collect samples on myself and store them so if I survived that I could perform experiments on those samples and thankfully chemotherapy saved my life again and I survived and I performed a series of experiments in the lab and looked at a number of data sets databases to be able to try to put together a pattern that I was observing and eventually found a particular communication line called the M. Tour pathway. Which is really important for Many cells in your body particularly immune cells to communicate with one another. I found that that was in a hyperactive state. And I thought well maybe if we can inhibit this particular communication line. Maybe that could save my life and There's a drug that's already. Fda approved that is called Sierra Lima so we began testing on me. And now it's been over six years that I've been in remission and this concept of what's called drug re purposing is a concept that's become Pretty widely recognized recently with Kovic nineteen. It's the idea that you can take a drug approved for something else in. It may have activity against a disease that no one ever thought was possible in in in this case. I'm living proof I'm chatting with you today and alive because of a drug those dog for completely different condition.
Primer on Prebiotics
"So what's the topic for this week? This week we're going to be talking about prebiotics prebiotics interesting. I've heard of probiotics but not pre. Yeah so a lot of people have heard of probiotics and some might even think that the word probiotic is a misspelling of the word program right but no they are actually two separate things and so a probiotic is another word for a a beneficial bacteria that lives in our intestines okay. Most of them live in the large intestine. Which is also known as Colon and they're there as a part of our immune system there it's all bacteria yes. Oh Yeah we have. We have more bacteria in in an on our body than we have cells. What Yeah Yeah. It's it's pretty amazing. This is something that we call the microbiome and I believe we did a podcast on microbiome at some point in the past. Yeah but the microbiome refers to all of these bacteria that live and on us and The ones that get most of the attention are the ones that live in our intestines because they serve as a part of our immune system. They're sort of a like soldiers they kinda tried to keep the bad bacteria out so the do the bad bacteria while they they basically try to crowded out and and prevented from doing any damage and preventing prevent it from getting inside of our body like You know a lot of times. We think of our intestinal tract as as inside of our body and it's sort of is like encased within the body but it's really a narrow tube that just kind of goes through the body and that tube is basically the barrier between the intestine itself and our bloodstream. Which is you know. The bloodstream is what carries everything to the organs or body including our brain and our hearts and our liver everything so the idea is to keep the bad things from getting through and then the and having them move on through down into the large intestine where they become part of the stool and then get eliminated from the body so it sounds like we just need a lot lot of probiotics to overwhelm the the bad stuff. You got that right. That's exactly right. And that's where prebiotics come in interesting because probiotics are living organisms they are. They're alive bacteria and they like any other living organisms. They need food. They need something to eat so that they can multiply and proliferate within the back within the the colon within the intestines. So if we don't have enough food for those probiotics they die off to and then when you don't have enough probiotics in there and then bad bacteria gets in there. Then the bad bacteria can take over. Oh and that is when people get sick. That's when you know your immune system goes down a lot of other things that can happen from an overgrowth of bad bacteria. You get bloating. You can get irritable Bowel Syndrome. You know and and and you can have absorption of your nutrients. There's a lot of things that can go wrong when you have an overgrowth of bad bacteria so when you do have an overgrowth do you just consume a lot of probiotics. Well see that's been one of the kind of the standard approach is to try to help. People reduce their bad bacteria is to Throw a bunch of probiotics at it. Like take doses of probiotics or supplement forms and also through food sources and where we get our probiotic. Bacteria is either from fermented foods like Sauerkraut Kombucha Tea Yogurt. Yogurt fermented dairy product. That provides a lot of probiotics into the into the intestines. But if you don't also give those probiotics something to feed off of to keep them growing and proliferating then they die off and then you're right back where you started from. So prebiotics are good maintenance plan. You gotTa have a good maintenance plan without you gotta keep giving it to your body. Basically exactly so so the word pre means before right and so the the prebiotic is the is what needs to happen for those probiotics to be able to multiply so prebiotics are are basically They're not living organisms they're actually fibers They're actually a type of carbohydrate. That exists in specific foods that we eat and our digestive systems. Don't break those particular. Carbohydrates down there. You know that. That's sort of the general description of what fiber is. It's a it's a type of carbohydrate that we don't break down so it doesn't Give us any calories or anything and so Oftentimes We don't we don't have any digestive enzymes in our system that are designed to break those fibers down so they so they move through our intestine and then when they get to that large intestine. That's when they actually are the food for the bacteria that are there so the so while we don't as you know our digestive system doesn't use them for any purpose for energy the probiotics eat them and basically start fermenting them. That's sort of really what happens is it. They're they're called fermentable types of fibers because the probiotic bacteria can start feeding on them and break them down and then they produce beneficial compounds that help seal the gut lining so that those bad bacteria that may come through can't get into our bloodstream So they're they're really important. So not only do they allow the probiotics to multiply but they also produce compounds. That are beneficial. So it's R- so they're very important so that I guess the thing to then talk about is. What foods do we find these in right? And then how are they working within our body? And how do we make sure we get enough of them so So there are like I mentioned the these type their indigestible fibers for our human intestinal system. So they become food for the bacteria so Where we find them is in the same foods that we would find other types of fiber so beans beans tend to be a really good source of these prebiotic types of fibers But some very specific foods to like chicory root Onions onions have a really good are really good source of these prebiotic fibers and then Something called the Jerusalem artichoke which is different from the globe artichokes that most people are familiar with the Jerusalem. Artichoke kind of looks like a long skinny Tuber kind of looks almost like a skinny sweet potato in a way And then garlic garlic is a really good source of the Prebiotics and so are leaks and leaks. League is kind of like it. Looks like a great big giant green onion. Okay and leaks are kind of part of that. Same family of garlic and onions okay. So they have these same types of fibers in them. And those are those are where we get our prebiotics from They're found in a number of other things we that we find them in lentils we find them in Lima beans. Green peas kidney beans and chickpeas so if people chickpeas and other word for that as being so if you're a lover of helmets. Promises made out of garbanzo beans. So if you're a lover of Hamas you're probably giving an a you know a good amount of these prebiotics fibers that's awesome yeah And then another really interesting food that a lot of people probably don't enjoy much but it's the green banana like it's the raw banana before it has ripened when it is still in the green state which is an unripe state Usually we wouldn't recommend eating unripe fruits like that But it it actually has a good amount of probiotic in it. And when you know when a banana ripens. Basically what's happening is there is a fermentation process at starting to go on and that's why the sugars become more prominent because some of the other Carbohydrates in the banana are starting to break down for men so some of those sugars are released So you kind of lose some of your prebiotic fibers when the banana ripens. Eating that in that Ross state can give you more of them
EU tourists stranded across globe
"Vatican the senior workers European in three Union different offices diplomat are says long superiors about three hundred conducted thousand easy different tourists policies around about the working world from home struggling with no uniformity to get home among amid them the outbreak the concern has Portugal's been heightened foreign because minister many says Vatican flight workers disruption even priestly is living residencies the return and eat on together the block in communal should martial dining rooms its joint resources already members to of organize two separate repatriation religious orders in flights Rome for those have tested stranded positive for in the virus another development evidence the the peace close nineteen quarters Alaska can spread residents the disease are stuck in Peru because the nineteen due analyst to the global causes outbreak mild the or American moderate symptoms embassy in in Lima most people says with the severe country symptoms has are closed more its likely borders in the elderly to all international or those with travel existing health because problems it nineteen illness I'm Charles causes the last mild month or moderate symptoms in most people with severe symptoms are more likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems I'm Charles de Ledesma
South Philadelphia couple stuck in Peru waiting to return
"For this couples from south Philly but they've been stuck in Peru he went on to use Charlotte russe tells us about their struggle as they try to get back to the states amid the corona virus pandemic the couple says they were on their way to Argentina to celebrate a family member's eightieth birthday when the borders to Lima Peru shot it's been really just exhausting rich levering and his wife serwis Unimin spoke to NBC ten about what life has been like stranded in Peru with their dog don't know for example the quarantine is lifted by the time our hotel reservation and contending for still here it will have a place to stay I looking out the window of their hotel the couple says they can see police and military members on every corner the south Philly couple joins other Americans who are reportedly stranded in Morocco and Ecuador levering says they have tried to contact American officials but we'll just have to wait which side of the list a state department official says the U. S. is considering all options to assist American citizens stuck in a country where air travel has been suspended Charlotte Reese KYW
Wacky Khakis: *Chef's Kiss*
"Of Wacky Khakis Deborah each. Tell one story about the world but only one of those stories is true while the other one lie and it's the job of two human children to figure out which one is which and here to referee. Today's game of Wacky Khakis is odd producer. The man who buys US Bagels Lisa. Hi Deborah great to be here today. Know why don't you tell us about today's topic? Why not our FEMA for this episode is shifts kiss? Deborah and Lisa will be telling us about culinary artists who stories are so strange. You'd think it was all made up and of course one of them is all made up. That's not nice dude We should really only true stories on this show. I guess I mean then. We wouldn't really have a game to play so this is all just a game to you. yes okay. That's fine I just WanNa make sure. We're fine Lisa which you please introduce. This week's human child contestant it would be either my pleasure over my honor. I'll tell you that another day are human child. Contestants are lily. You might recognize from the cheer episode. Unless you haven't listened to it yet then you won't recognize her but you will when you listen to it later and her brother. Hudson who you probably don't recognize either way but you will after you listen to this episode. Oh Hi Lili. Hey how come. We're so happy you're here to play. Wacky Khakis are you guys ready? Yeah yes milly. How did you enjoy your time on? The Cheer Episode Is Really Really Fun. What did you learn there? One thing that stuck out to you that you learned on the Cheer Episode People who even ten relate truthful can be liars. That's an important thing we try to communicate on this show as you guys know our topic today is what chef's kiss. I knew that so lily Hudson. You guys know anything about cooking Actually were starting a restaurant with my friend. Wow when when? Can we make reservations for your restaurant? we're still setting it up. Okay does he have to order some curtain. What do you serve at? Your restaurant as lots of stuff so I can't until you all of them but one is clan tender tiny lemon tons and honey. Yeah how about any vegetables? Anything Green starts at the letter now xylophone but it is about stable. You agree with that. We establish in the Cheer Episode Bat Lily. Does NOT CARE FOR ZUCCHINIS. Care for her love. Time to play Wacky Khakis. Deborah Lisa will each have a minute and changed. Tell their stories before the timer sound. We played around of rock paper scissors before you got here. And Lisa was disqualified for trying to use. Actual scissors were barbara shares. Which means Deborah to go first? You're ready to tell the world your story. I can't wait okay. You're timer will begin now. We've all been there before it's seven PM. Were starving and there's nothing good to you in the house. A look through the cabinet reveals little more than canned. Lima beans and the only option is run to the grocery store. Even as your stomach growls for something to eat right now at least those are usually the only options but not so for the residents of Larochelle France hometown to the self-styled wandering chef. Taunt Selene selene French for and Selene is both a renowned French chef and highly regarded mine and for a surprisingly reasonable fee. She will come to your home in full costume and makeup and silently. Prepare a fabulous meal using just the ingredients in your kitchen. One satisfied customer. Maurice took to YELP DOT COM to sing her praises rating. I had nothing in my home. But ten white beans and half a jar of tomato paste but talk Selena arrived and made the most delicious Vegan Pasta and my wife and I have ever tasted. She's also a mime of the highest calibre and had US cracking up for forty minutes. Straight Five Stars Tom. Selene can not be reached by cell phone email or website and it is said that one cannot find her but as though a guardian angel in your our greatest needs. She will find you one important thing to note top. Selene does not do dishes but rather acts out cleaning up as part of her mind routine satisfied customers have described her pretend cleaning as polaris and strangely touching hemmed tie nicely done debra. Thank Lily Hudson. What did you guys think of Deborah Story? It was pretty cool but it didn't sound the most convincing. Should I say it again but this time really sell it just because you don't find Deborah Trustworthy? It's because like I mean no one can just find you buy you boom. Put like the OH. I don't have enough food to really eat anything on instagram. So she wouldn't really know that but Lake Hudson what do you think I think it kind of sounds like a makeup starring? I guess we'll find out it's now time for leases story of a culinary curiosity. Lisa your timer will begin. Tripadvisor DOT COM is the make or break online platform for restaurants across the world. If enough people leave five-star reviews. Your restaurant can become the most popular dining spot in all of London. Even if it doesn't exist this is what a man named Ube Butler discovered in two thousand seventeen when he paid a bunch of his friends to leave five star reviews for a fake restaurant that was in reality. Justice Jed in his backyard. He called it the shed at Dulwich and advertised it on tripadvisor as a chic and modern restaurant that served moods rather than meals. The photos of his food were all fake as well including a chocolate Mousse that was actually just a sponge covered in brown pain as the shed became the number one rated London eatery tripadvisor Butler was swarmed with reservation requests. Not Actually prepared to serve anyone any food let alone the best food in London. He told collar after caller. That is highly exclusive restaurant fully booked up for months which only made them want to eat there. More Butler finally decided to allow guests eat at his fake restaurant for one night that winter to hide the appearance of his house which looked like a five-star dining establishment he convinced customers to wear a blindfold until they entered a dockyard guests were served frozen microwave dinners and canned soup with fresh herbs sprinkled on top of course to make it look a fancy diners reported that they loved the unique experience and were eager to return they were in Paris last night. Yuba giggled about his gullible customers. And tonight there at the. Shan't and dime very nicely done Lisa Hudson Lily. What did you think of that story? It sounded a bit more convincing than this girl just walking around finding you when she just needed meals. I agree with you. I thought it was super convincing. I thought my reading of it was really good and I deserve an A. But who would do such a thing? That's so mean versus somebody else. Who finds you? Maybe she hears that. You're really hungry. And she does something positive and good as opposed to this liar who pretends to have a restaurant. That's just mean well. It's decision time. Time to decide. Who's story is one hundred percent grass fed organic truth and who's been cooking up
Projects Aim To Build Sustainable Agriculture In Indonesia
"Indonesia's pollution and rubbish problems legendary and in Greater Jakarta to around thirty million people. Construction Development are taking a huge toll on the environment but there are still tiny pockets of grain in the concrete jungle. One Australian man is trying to engage his local village to Cape Development by by encouraging sustainable farming organic produce and recycling Indonesia correspondent and Baka reports. Came here this was all terracing. People who've been growing SWEET POTATO. Hiffernan them time probably in the possibly rise on the southern outskirts of Jakarta is a pocket of Lush Green Hills as skyscrapers and high rise. Buildings spread relentlessly outward from the Indonesian capital. This is one of a dwindling number of fertile areas in Greater Jakarta very special web the arise on this water is plentiful here even during the long dry season but the constant precious of development threaten this pristine patch. We're kind of wanting to to projects that help. Save that Middle Section and and that's what we've been told Australian John Ryan and his Indonesia wife. Dante have taken on an experiment not only to protect this small green enclave but to use it to enlist as many locals as possible to spread the word about environmentally sustainable farming organic produce recycling and Waste Management Turning Waste Management. You got the classic scenario. Every afternoon people pile up their rubbish and burner and it's they don't understand him to patients You know they've been doing it for hundreds of years sweeping the leaves and burning them every day the couple moved here from Melbourne to sit up. Coban Mata Lima or five is farm. Which combines everything from fish farming ecu- opponents and permaculture to medicinal plants organic crop St Tea Production and recycling all on less than two acres of land. They don't pretend they can change the world. Their own village would be enough but in a city. That's arguably the most polluted and lead in Southeast Asia. They play a tiny role in shifting people's thinking towards cleaner greener healthier lives. We see the big world took this opportunity to her. They can we get to be the ten reasons they will be the running and they can open. Look at Wall Big Rene to get back to get back in touch. With the natural world that we've cocooned ourselves from these wonderful cities full of the technology in the concrete and the concrete Eden that we've built on those wet where we've actually built nature out villages around Kabul in Mata Lima torn between traditional lives as Rizal Crop Farmers and the lure of modern day living. What Green there is left. Here is littered with plastic and rubbish. The local river is used to wash clothes water crops and feed animals and for many as a toilet classic came into play in about seventies here and it just kept building off and that just got added to what they did in the natural environment. And there's no differentiation in the thinking is when you have a discussion about the plastic. It's bad for our health that you're not old. Blassie wish lost two and half years. We build a wall. Thousands of plastic and glass bottles went into building. Jonah Dante's unusual home. Fourteen thousand car tires have been used in the house and to build. Fencing around five is Some of the villages were gardens or on maintenance local landowners come to workshops on organic farming recycling and most days schoolchildren dropping to practice their English shore out of curiosity over no shops at a deeper level about some of the ecology and biodiversity on farm about different processes founding at Kopenicks that. We're running the animal thumb. The the Organic Thurman Different Systems. These things I love to be teaching and we have been starting to do that with different groups from around Indonesia and also from the payroll so dream of a local farmer's market for organic produce heavy market. We can offer them something bigger. Say Kay the spare land a little bit and then grow organic and we buy it from you but we still working in the market. We can promising new. Organic farming is far from new in Indonesia. A big Further south supplies many of the supermarkets in Jakarta but at a local family level. It's still rare. The whole cultural organic in here is viewed as expensive. So it's it's about the value of his. Is this really organic and if it is going to do John. Reid believes healthy. Plants and produce can in turn lead to a healthier Indonesia improve. The economy is trying to. It doesn't have to be expensive to calm in some of the ways that we're doing and that it's just a a change of thinking. Indonesia would benefit because their food will be healthier. They will grow eventually faster. They have to initially be patient. India's countries and in the process in certain provinces where the whole province one of them anymore India has has gone. Oh Canada the government has helped support and everyone's had to be very patient for two years in a transition and then they re benefits and Boca reporting from Jakarta there.
"Today. Something on shipwrecks buried. Treasure shipwrecks what the exception of iron ships those frozen in the far north are usually devoured by their watery environment. means that the classic tall else ship. Spanish galleons and Yes for the most part pirate ships have been absorbed by the sands of time literally one of the few pirates ships discovered route which included a chest of gold and silver coins. Was the white on brought up off the coast of Massachusetts by Barry Clifford in the nineteen eighties portion of the ship poor preserved under twenty feet of sand but the wider is the exception to the rule most ships from the golden age of piracy. Roughly sixteen hundred seventeen forty. Today are nothing more than a line of Canon pile of stone. Balasore iron anchor. There are plenty of shipwrecks in the base around. The world could be explored by the recreational diver. But for those that don't want to strap on an air tank. There are abandoned ships and submarines in Bays base from Russia to Scotland. And even in the desert I'll begin with Russia's Elena Bay off the Col- of Peninsula dozens of submarines up Marines and the remnants conning towers bristle out of the shallow waters abandoned some dating back to the seventies for mini-subs travel to Scotland. Our Lady Bay once you've for bombing practice. Many submarines stopped the beach. Along with the rusting. hulks of larger vessels in the South Pacific. Truk lagoon boasts the largest graveyard of submerged. Military vessels two hundred seventy five ships and sixty planes. Some of the ships sank while loaded with jeeps motorcycles earthmoving equipment many are just sixty feet below the surface. The Bay was empire Japan's main base in the Pacific during World War. Two when it was hit by a surprise attack operation hailstone but the largest Bay of Bandon ships in the world is not bay located on the edge of Nina located in the northwest list of Africa ships have been grounded and left abandoned in the bay since the nineteen twenties today. Upwards of ten ships are left in the bay every year any mention in of shipwrecks pirate or otherwise raises the question of buried treasure. I've already mentioned the wide off the Massachusetts coast as classic treasure chest but also in Massachusetts in Lynn Forest is dungeon. Rock the hiding place a pirate Thomas Tunes Treasure Hoard. It's also believed that to was the father of the man that established pirate island off. Madagascar were very clifford. Governor of the wider found the remains of captain kids ship the adventure. Galley blackbeard is said to buried a hundred and twenty gold. But says it only he and the devil know the location. Needless to say it is never been found. Pirates never drew maps with large x marking the location of their treasurer essentially. Because they were smarter than that but when they pulled their ships ashore for careening careening the processes scrape the barnacles off the planks of this ship. And sometimes those planks were placed. They would bury bury their valuable so the while they were stranded assured they would be raw by another pirate crew. Perhaps Oak Island is the most famous side of an alleged Treasure referred to as the money pit. Franklin Roosevelt attempted to find treasure there in nineteen thirteen. But to this day it is yet to reveal. Oh any treasure. No buried treasure real or myth compares to the Lima treasure removed from Lima Peru in eighteen twenty and believed to be two two hundred million in gold. Spain had ruled over Lima since the sixteenth century but was losing control and so it was decided by the mayor to transport support the richest of the city to Mexico for safekeeping. William Thomson captain of the married gear was chosen but he and his crew got greedy slit the throats of the guards guards and the priests accompanying the ship and threw the bodies overboard then headed for Cocos Island. Three hundred fifty miles off of. What is today Costa Rica where they buried read the Treasury a plan to split up but the ship was captured. Captain Crewe retreive piracy but the gold was never
International student cheating runs rampant at universities
"When I met Philemon it was five? PM and they roby Kenya he just got off work. He's a fulltime science researcher. The Sun was setting and people were rushing to get home but Philemon was just beginning winning his second job. He turned on his phone to show me. So you are just every minute. Questions are being posted just placed bids plus beach plus lack back. Fifty to one hundred beats out of that. You can get nothing or you get three get one. Philemon is bidding on homework assignments from students across the world. He's part of the global industry of contract cheating. That's why he didn't want me to use his full name. Basically he gets paid to do homework. Assignments from High School and college students events of course cheating in school has been around forever but in recent years treating has become increasingly more digital and more global. This is how it works a student from the US can go online and outsource their homework. The people who do it Arifa mystically called academic writers you can find them on dozens of websites. It's not advertised. Various services like tutoring but writers like Philemon in Kenya. Use the websites to connect with student clients looking to cheat on my glance coming from from various regions in the world. I have I have Glock for claim to Australia also in the US. Kenya very rare. Yeah Thomas Lancaster studies the contract cheating industry at Imperial College London about a decade ago. He says he noticed students. Commissioning completely original homework assignments assignments that couldn't be detected by anti plagiarism software. I found one of my students who was putting their own assignments Familia assignment up for ten on Internet site so people would be doing different amounts of money to complete that computer programming assignment. Lancaster reckons the global homework. Work Industry is worth more than a billion dollars if we look at where run to the base. Ten years the top of the list and they're incredibly qualified people in in Kenya very high levels English able to write essays quickly and when they want to a High Standard Philemon the academic writer from Nairobi started contract cheating in two thousand sixteen. He was a college student looking to earn some extra cash. He bought himself a laptop and started learning. American American academic reference styles one master's degree and a fulltime job. Later Philemon is still at it. He says he can make up to one thousand dollars a month as long long as he gets good grades for his clients. So you have to make sure that he gets on so In future you will reply. He's what offense to you. Philemon one is sort of a contract cheating entrepreneur. He paid eight hundred. US dollars for an account on a website that helps him connect with students abroad. Then he hire your subcontractors to do the homework for him and takes a cut but as the saying goes more money more problems. Finding reliable workers isn't always easy easy. The day we talked filaments account had been suspended because one of his subcontractors couldn't complete an assignment on time I needed someone who is cheap. We'll we'll do it a lot cheaper. Yeah phoned up us do it but then let me find it too complex. This is one way that things can go wrong. But for most academic writers or contract cheaters their problem is with the websites they used to connect with clients. Charles has been in the industry for more than ten years. He says that if a student pays forty dollars per page for an essay the writer might only get six so the contracting industry takes the elephants shell the money higher education institutions around the world have tried to take on this issue of contract cheating in the UK. Universities have urged pay pal and Google to block payments and advertisements heisman from contract cheating websites. Australia's also considering new legislation to crack down on contract cheating and the US more than a dozen states have laws against contract cheating but the legislation hasn't slowed down. The industry students are still cheating. Professor Christian Moriarty teaches ethics and law at Saint. I'm Peter for College in Florida. He gave me an example of when he caught one of his own undergraduate students cheating in his ethics class but I was highly suspicious and when she came. I invited her to my office and I just asked plainly. Did you write this. And she said no moriarty says that when he asked his student why she cheated. He realized realized she didn't know how to study or manage your time. That's why legislation against contract cheating is only one part of the Solution Moriarty says that universities Steve also need to make sure students understand what their education is worth the number one argument they respond to more than anything else is that if our institution becomes known for tolerating cheating that students can get away with treating here What is the value of your degree at that? Point is that students want their degrees and their education to be seen as valuable for academic writers in Kenya. Like Tarleton Philemon. Helping students. Cheat is a way to make money but they both told me that they do value education and are hoping one day to study abroad for the world. I'm Lima Economy
AAA: 115.6 million will travel this holiday season
"More than a hundred and four million people make road trips this holiday season according to triple a and delays are expected to be the worst the day after Christmas great get away is under way for Kyle still but first a pit stop to walk the dog is not is at all but driving to Florida yes with all right wow how many people twelve I think maybe in several cars three Lima Johnson flew in from LA acts to LaGuardia which she describes as a nightmare and that was only the start of our holiday travel my gosh we're driving from New York City to Greensboro North Carolina today all in one day which is but now it's the Alexander Hamilton service area off the New Jersey Turnpike I'm Julie Walker
"lima" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"The bag on a roll and read. It's real good passport. I am a traveller episode. Six hundred sixty eight today the amateur traveler talks about colonial buildings of the cathedral in museums the markets the surfing and the city che as we go to lima peru maybe nine amateur traveler. I'm your host chris christensen. Let's talk about lima. I'd like to welcome the show maggie reilly from the mighty collection. Who's come to talk to us about lima peru maggie welcome to the show. Thank you thank you very much for having me today and i didn't say what might is because i'll let you say that because it answers part of the question of what's your connection to lima sure so i'm the founder and designer of my collection which is a global fashion brand that initiated working with artisans in and around peru primarily kuske oh and lima and then within the past year and a half we've expanded to morocco and we work with artisans there on repurposing textiles working with fibers and transforming them either into home accessories furniture pieces rugs and then fashion accessories for women and so we focus on small batch production we have an ethical and sustainable principle to our company and we really enjoy bringing new life sent a textiles that otherwise might be discarded or thrown out excellent and you have spent some time in lima because of that which is why you pitched me the show one. Should somebody go to leave. I'm sure so. I actually went my first time in lima because i ended up marrying someone from there so i do have to admit that prior ear to meeting him. Lima was not on my radar however going various times. I mean we've gotten married there. My children have been baptized their every time that i go i learn about something different and the city grows on me so reflecting about the past few you times that i had gone initially the few things that stuck out in my mind as a reason why someone should go to lima is number one the culinary experience yes. I think honestly it's probably one of the best cities particular for foodies to go ahead and enjoy all of the types of food that peru and lima in particular have to offer and what i found is you do not have to eat at expensive restaurants. Of course there's a certain what an experience that comes with that but we have stumbled upon small cafes sogeti as polio love rasa encountering hiring them so you could really gain the experience of having a culinary moment without spending a lot the second thing that i i have found to be really enjoyable and refreshing is that lima's on the coast so it's called the costa verde and we spend many after noons watching the sunset we walked the malakand we hear the waves crash. We always have to watch all the surfers because there's a lot of of surfers in and around the water and also the days which are the hang gliders so you could really enjoy the weather walk around and hear the waves crash and enjoy that experience and then the third item that i think is very particular accuser and special to is the colonial architecture in particular the center of lima with all the beautiful buildings and even even the wooden balconies. I've had the experience of actually going into. Some of the customer asks within the center seeing behind the scenes. What's there and i think that it's been a really amazing experience to to see that. I think we'll actually do those the opposite or that you did them and i. I'm going to ask you to define casinos so kasana it by definition would be a really large house the mansion right and so years and years ago you'd have these large families that lived in them and had their servants and their extended attended family and since then times of change and particularly with lima more high-rises are going up and the expense to take care of them is astronomical so some of the casinos have been either changed into banks others have been changed into different events spaces and some of them unfortunately walking around one of the neighbourhoods barranco which i would talk about later are left vacant so there are these huge houses houses that have so much character to them but unfortunately they're not sustainable with haolam is and the growth that the city has had and the expansion okay excellent well. I think we're going to get back to some of that. I've got some questions for you. Let's go into your itinerary. What kind of itinerant he recommend for us. The fun thing is that i was actually able to plan out an honorary for everybody who had come to my wedding. So when everyone came from the chicago to lima i had to be the travel guide and lineup several things to do and find the right accommodations for all of them and so this is a tested itinerary is really what you're telling us here excellent. It was the testing itinerary because i had a multitude of people who were interested it in different things some people really focused on the museum's other people like to go outside and enjoy the walks but i think a few of the main points when you do go to lima in particular because i think so many people focused on moving to kuske oh they go into lima they might regroup and then they had back to the airport and go go to cosco and i think that lima there's so much and so diverse that it deserves time for people to enjoy so i will say that the traffic can be a bit hectic in lima which is why i had mentioned that walking is a great option miraflores era flurries as one of the main neighborhoods and many a times we walk from mira flory's into the neighborhood of barranco which is a little bit more of a bohemian relaxed atmosphere so i think for anyone who enjoys walks and exercise they would find that it's a very walkable city eighty and you have the coast there and the salty air breeze to really set the mood another really great thing is a bike tour so so we had organized for everybody. It's a really easy bike tore through one of the agencies there in lima where they started off in miraflores as they road bikes through some of the streets and moved into barranco which are smaller winding streets and along the way you stop it cafes and maybe have an ice cream and view the neighborhood by bicycle. I think that that's a great option will and i'm going to pause you there for a second and say first of all. Which agency did you use. I think it was called lima bikes which i'm not sure if it's in business anymore you're okay. I'll look for a link for that. If i find one i'll i'll put it in the show notes excellent and then the other question i had for you is your mira flores neighborhood. Now now the name as i'm translating that would be to look at the flowers or flower of you or something like that. Are there a lot of flowers and miraflores well. How did he get such a lovely name. I will say some parts of lima lack trees and flowers but because miraflores is is the neighborhood. That's in front of the coast. You will find a lot of grassy areas on the weekends. Families are enjoying one hundred percent of that greenery area and in particular in mira flory's. There's parkway kennedy and so the nightlife around there of sitting sitting around and cafes really brings miraflores to life both in the daytime and also in the evening so yes. It's very green gene trees flower peru is known to have thousands and thousands of flour type with sounds like it's one of the old colonial meal neighborhoods then it certainly one of the most popular neighborhoods when people are going to lima they tend to stay there and when we're not saying hang with family and maybe we have friends coming we do stay in miraflores as well but because it is so walkable and there is so much there from restaurants two grocery restores two different hotels and for people who have meetings and other types of events excellent and so you took us on a tour and then he started his submersibles before i so rudely interrupted the bike tour is a great option and we ended up back in mere flurries and had lunch at a little. It's called la lucia so it's a delicious sandwich place that lima in particular is known for a piece of pork a sweet potato some onions that have been marinated in lyman than a good bucket so it's an easy bike ride <hes> by no means strenuous or difficult for everyone. I mean from my parents to my cousins to my young cousins cousins. Everyone is able to go ahead and enjoy the bike ride a clump. An lucia is a restaurant. That focuses predominantly early on pork is that i am i translate sandwich. Okay okay so it's a sandwich place but by far the best sandwich it's called lila's so it's puerco pork and then they gain peru as a country is known for having all sorts of different types of potatoes does but they use the sweet potato a lot so they steam the sweet potato. They slice it. They put it on top of the sandwich. They have these red onions that have been marinated needed and lime juice for hours. They dump it off on their. They use a he which again the heat pepper is known in in the country of peru. They put a little hugh saas on there and then a bug and you sit there was some french fries and a coke or they make great smoothies and it's the delicious sandwich here in the united states. Everyone gravitates towards burritos her. I said someone needs to bring the sandwich to into the u._s. Because us as americans we love to have sandwiches and flavors are so complex and delicious that i told my husband that should be as next victor yeah and it's funny you said as we know peru is known for its potatoes and honestly honestly i knew that in the back of my mind historically that this is where the potato comes from but if you told me to name countries that are associated potato dame ireland for sure her and i wouldn't think about peru but of course peru my background is irish and if you can compare what the irish arash do with potatoes compared to what the peruvians know how to do with potatoes it's night and day again going back to that culinary experience the history there. It's amazing purple potatoes. Yes okay excellent. Yeah a few of the other things that i think are really enjoyable enjoyable and nice when going to lima is in the evening time in particular in summer because it could be so hot there is a i'm going to call it a water park mark but by no means are you there with your bathing suit. It's called the cirque week doma he kodiak guas which translates to the magic water circuit and so you go there in in the evening and it's shooting water up with music and lights and the water does almost dances ince's and coordinate coordination with the music and the lights and again you can walk around there. It's very unfair family friendly. We did that as a huge group but i think it's a nice option in the evening because sometimes always going to a restaurant and always drinking or walking around you. You wanna do something different if you're there especially for a week so i think that that's a great destination and activity to incorporate into your itinerary very well in you mentioned. It's so hot in the summertime of course there some are winter and a lot of people are going to be coordinating this with a trip to much pitcher up to cosco and so if i was just going to lima wind should i go and if i'm kind of coordinated to a larger trip that is going to head up to altitude sued wind. Should i go. What's the best time tour so. I will say that over the past past three years the summer which you have mentioned is the the opposite so there's some are usually runs from about christmas time and december through february it has gotten very hot there and the and many of the buildings even some of the b._n._b.'s all of my family's homes they do not have air conditioning so if you are somebody buddy who requires cool temps at all time i would probably go in spring or fall just because over the past few years the summer has been quite hot now. If you're like me and you enjoy warm weather in the beach we have consistently gone every january we so we we spend christmas at home and then about mid january. We head off to peru and we go to lima. There are several options within within forty five minutes to an hour and a half where you can go to beach town so yes lima does have a beach but if you're looking to get away and had a little bit more quiet time there several beach towns that are along the coast that start at forty five minutes away down in iran reach houses so so i would say the short distance which is probably better to go to during the week because the weekends do get quite crazy but puna hermosa so it's a little beach town. It's not very very built up with restaurants. It's more of a surfing slow moving town but it is very close by and put to hermosa literally beautiful beach. Yes beautiful close to lima. Go there for the day and then had back. If you're looking for more of urban experience over a few days i would say anything along the coast where they call this area asia our in spanish asiya there several times times where you could rent houses with pools and there's a center area where there's restaurants and play areas for kids.
"lima" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"We are facing many new challenges a lot of new data a lot of things you have to make sense of. And these new challenges cannot be understood by using the visual metaphors we use. For centuries Mandawa Lima is a you ex design manager at Google and the founder of the website visual complexity on his website, and in his books men wells, transforming the way, people visualize information and understand complex systems men. Well, welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me. Were you always good at explaining things? I I certainly don't see myself in that light. But you put your good at explaining things. Now, I think so I think it's been a learned craft over the years where were there any things you remember encountering like as a kid that were elegant diagrams that helped you understand things that sort of made you think hey, I could do that from a newly stage. My father was actually very curious about designing general, even though he's actually a vet. So very different. Area. But I think there was something in them that saw designing the different from a different lens. Right. And I think I remember being a kid, and he traveled a lot. And he brought me like, oh, this fence e sort of I objects that transformed like a knife that transformed into something else that he saw in this like airline that he went to having that was a huge inspiration from me like single this objects being like, ingeniously crafted. And so when you went to undergrad when you at the university of Lisbon's, did you go to study design and architecture industrial did yes, I went to set it industrial design, and I think then I had a class maybe almost sixteen. I actually read a book by Berna Monari on design. And I think that was a quote there that set something of the following the job of a designer is come down from his pedestal and project to Damascus right be butcher sign or logo. Whatever it is. It's our responsibility. And for me that was Rian sparring. I never saw design as something. You see in a museum? Right. I always saw it as a pragmatic sort of a chilly -tarian approach to life. So that's so interesting. And so, but as an industrial designer you were thinking three dimensional from the beginning. I think so I mean, I was also fascinated with maps that was another thing that my my dad was also plot thickens is yes. So I think some of the biggest discussions between my parents have been over maps actually in the time that precedes GPS and Google maps. And so on from arguments over yet. Traveling somewhere, and then that was a physical map, right? And they were arguing about what direction they should and whatnot. And I think we add this like cabinet at home filled with this maps from all of the the globe. Really? And I was fascinated by opening them. See how different it was like, the different visual language that each map has you are aware that there were different ways to navigate something, for example, or to represent Negotin absolute. There was something that somewhere along the way you made a transition from designing objects to use to kind of explaining how the complex systems that often inform. Those objects actually work on how did that happen when I was at Parsons school of design. This was maybe fourteen years ago. I was studying MFA and remember I mean, first of all this was the first year this is a two year program, by the way, and my first year was just trying to experiment every single thing, you can imagine. But there was something. I remember this vividly because I think it was one of those turning points in your life where a teacher of mine called Christopher kirwin was showing us this understanding spectrum diagram where data leads into information information into knowledge and knowledge leads into them. And this was kind of a calling for me..
"lima" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking
"Companies who make them and artisans whose please remember the views opinions and actions. Vinnie guest not reflect my own nor anyone who works with me. Hey, remember, if it would we're good. Everybody on the last episode. We spoke with Jonathan Cohen who started the Evanston school of fine woodworking. Now, we're going to speak with two of his students Zach bell and not some Lima have entered classes here at the school in the few weeks ago. And I spoke with them about their experiences, and what brought them to the Evanston school. I'm sitting down now with one of Jonathan's students not some Lima. Welcome to the show. Thank you for taking some time sitting down with me. Thanks for inviting me. Yeah. Pleasure. Pleasure. You seem to be taking off on a path of adventure that I love so much. And we heard Jonathan talking about it. And we know for fact that he does as well. How did you get started with a desire to learn woodworking? We're did that start? Yeah. It's kinda hard actually when I try and think back and trace it a little bit. Yeah. I kind of think back a little bit to my childhood and what I was exposed to my childhood. And then I think back to when I actually formally was in a woodshop and try to differentiate between childhood in which up in which one of those two actually started the whole adventure into woodworking. But yeah, I guess a little bit about my childhood when I first immigrated into the US we were living in Texas in. Circumstances. We were living in this. Like, we called it the show PTO. It was where one of my uncles had a plumbing business and me, my mom. I think my sister lived there for a little while in, you know, often times I would sit in the little bathtub in the Shuki toe and kind of look out, and this is like a kind of industrial type place in this is where you're living, and I would look out across the road. I would see this metal working shop. I would go off over there..
"lima" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Screen. Right. So. Leko lee. So it's dean saying shield and Lima. I don't know. And then you could tell Romans the whatever mayo need to set. It's so funny because that is at a point to when they recorded that you can hear Roman trying so hard. Yeah. Trying to sound cool. I mean, he's still falls into that. He's I dunno, Romans gotten better all around, but that was at a time two. Oh, God. All Roman was call. One of these days. We're just gonna let Rome and finally happened to us. I don't whatever I can't get into the whole Roman thing. It's over. It is what it is. Suck it up and deal with it. I know I'm beyond the point of caring, but is the show that complicated what I was gonna say they're called the shield because the original idea was that they were going to be Siham punks faction that he hides behind and hides behind their his shield. And then immediately Vince had to complicate everything, and then they had nothing to do with see 'em punk. And then they were just there. They were just guys from annex t invading. Which still ended up in pretty cool. You know what I tend to agree with you. That things worked out pretty good for the shield except for teens, overly manicured beard. It's off putting. He's not..
"lima" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Did he did he care about people lima was the philosophy that croly really discovered didn't he created is is really cruel he's i don't not so much brainchild but it evolved as as his philosophy and and it comes from the wreak word will that's what the the lima means and it really focuses on that that concept to which i was just speaking is just say find out what your quote unquote true will is what is that thing that you were here put on this earth to do in the scope of the time that you're given to do it find out what that thing is and then proceed to do without hesitation but it's more of a philosophy than a religion dot.
"lima" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mike is in lima ohio or lima ohio which is mike lima lima lima how can i help for for many years back in two thousand seven my father passed away and left on just over one hundred thousand dollars from four of forum for me that was my share and when the market crashed i wished i take your advice when i panicked and started to listen to some of the radio program of everybody i listen to i wished i'd taken your advice on investments however i didn't and i got out in the middle of the collapse in a friend of mine said you know the problem with getting out is when will you get back in and he was exactly right i never did for the most part and now i find myself with i thought was a great secure job and a pension and i wonder if my pension is gonna be there in my retirement so my question to you is what to do with the excuse me the cash i do have on hand well on unless the company is failing i don't have a reason to think your pension is going to fail and so that may be just one of those worries that you have had over the years as far as the fifty thousand i would you know walk up the baby steps that we have are you debt free yes sir and i'm sorry it's it's a hundred and sixty five thousand in cash and i doubt about more ninety thousand in various investment but i was trying to make this cash worked for me and of course my timings impeccable that the market is already so sky high so the the ninety thousand in various investments what is that in oh it's a iras in one invested in mutual funds.
"lima" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Mike is in lima ohio or lima ohio which is mike lima lima lima how can i help i've listened to you for many years back in two thousand seven my father passed away and left on just over one hundred thousand dollars for a forum for me that was my share and when the market crashed i wished i take your advice when i panicked and started to listen to some of the radio program of everybody i listened to i wished i'd taken your advice on investments however i didn't and i got out in the middle of the collapse and a friend of mine said you know the problem with getting out is when you get back in and he was exactly right i never did for the most part and now i find myself with i thought was a great secure job in a pension and i wonder if my pensions gonna be there on my retirement so my question to you is what to do with the excuse me the cash i do have on here well on unless the company is failing i don't have a reason to think your pension is going to fail and so that may be just one of those worries that you have had over the years as far as the fifty thousand i would walk up the baby steps that we have yes sir it's a hundred and sixty five thousand in cash and i thought about ninety thousand in various investments but i was trying to make this cash more for me and of course my timings impeccable in the market is already so sky high so the the ninety thousand in various investments what is that in oh you iras invested in mutual funds okay all right and the one sixty five is just sitting in a cash account yes sir yes sir.
"lima" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Mike is in lima ohio or lima ohio which is mike lima lima lima how can i help listen to you for many years back in two thousand seven my father passed away and left just over one hundred thousand dollars for a forum for me that was my share and when the market crashed i wished i take your advice when i panicked and started to listen to some of the radio programs everybody i listen to i wish i'd taken your advice on investments however i didn't and i got out in the middle of the collapse in a a friend of mine said you know the problem with yet now is when will you get back in and he was exactly right i never did for the most part and now i find myself with i thought was a great secure job pension and i wonder if my pension is gonna be there in my retirement so my question to you is what to do with the excuse me the cash i do have on well unless the company is failing i don't have a reason to think your pension is going to fail and so that may be just one of those worries that you have had over the years as far as the fifty thousand i would walk up the baby steps that we have yes sir it's a hundred and sixty five thousand in cash and i felt about ninety thousand in various investment but i was trying to make this cash works for me and of course my chinese impeccable in the market is already so sky high so the the ninety thousand in various investments what is that in oh it's a 401 i rose in one dollars invested in mutual funds.
"lima" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"We is she was in the front we must because again i mean you again soon on friday i won the cannes lagos lima indiana governor zell thing as the game man i'm ben son i am even after alum done done it was the pair came to the game the nine yeah rambler let us nice no no no and do the wa hour wien dad tentative.
"lima" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"A huge part a huge say in the country's affairs it it's now even not only has an a a big economic clout over me amar but it it also has influence over even peace processes within ethnic groups in the bordering areas of china in lima so i think there is a fact of fear that uh this economic dependency can grow but at the same time in order to mend ties with the west he would need to to change somewhat and the government earth and the article advises some uh at least superficial changes to its policies concerning the row hinges let's move on to squashed quite briefly with cover this story are in the philippines the presidential daughter sarah to have the carpio he supposedly one of the top contenders in next year's senatorial election what can you tell us about these guy seems that she's following the steps of her father because she is currently the mayor of devil cd which he was the mayor as well before he became president and she also has seems to share the temperament of her very controversial is she she onths punched the courts sheriff who was trying to implement a demolition order covering in urban settlement in the vow and uh it's interesting that some of these contempt top contenders for senate next year are the main ones are the sons of previous leaders whose son of former president joseph estrada and the son of former dictator ferdinand marcos as well so interesting times mood waiting for those elections thank you very much that.
"lima" Discussed on Here & Now
"The team members had out in an unmarked police cars they say they don't wanna raise fears or shame for people struggling with addiction the first stop is at the home of a man whose family asked the outreach workers to come by they knock on the door we weight behind with reverend lima lima says the initial challenge is just to be invited inside what should get in the house the team really works well and being able to help people understand that it's about caring many communities in the country have opioid outreach programmes but this one includes a member of the clergy on every reid this time there are two including reverend lima they say they don't proselytise but they look for chances to connect with someone threw faith lima says if he sees a bible in someone's home he might ask of the person abusing drugs is part of a church you find many times that they may have been but because they're uses up the shame shaming stigma the guilt of being before god waldman center they have separated themselves we try to help connect them again how by by doing what by telling them what did these people care for you it when you were there yeah they always worried about masses one they still do as we talk the team members are invited into the first house they come out after about fifteen minutes the counselor and nights team is connie memos o from a local behavior health center basically we engage with a family member the potty were looking for stayed away from us but uh was there uh her downstairs in the basement hair she the skulls that he has have heavy mental illnesses and the that he's living in the basement jali comes up now they eat that's up so a lot of times we have to engage with the family in order to begin to break some about those barriers so by that standard this was the successful visit at the second stop the woman they want to speak with a sleeping her boyfriend says she's doing well and getting help the team has no way to know whether that's true the next stop is different they're tracking down a woman they've talked to before middle age female them.
"lima" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The headliner you p back line set everybody's gear up um and make play going to make sure works than you are do the opening bannon applied check to clarify terms what's a back line uh the the back line would be the drum kit amp's through the back lima though the band 'till you know the the the answer drums keyboards whatever they have that would be the bans back line and how much redundancy is there from headliner support support how much gets replace and how much just stays up there is it only the backline it stays up the headlining benz uh back life stakes on stage the whole time at uh the opening act we will put um their ants in front of the headliner stamps in their drum kit on the floor in front of the roger or the other of the headlines band and then deck it switched out for the openers so what would you do as you've had three bans you'd have basically three stacks of the apps and then you'd switch out the drunk case and as the band comes off if you take their amp soft so it goes back to no reversal okay and then it when doors open doors open and we got using our still at the people in get a drink and get comfortable and then we start the the opening dance and they play but this one opening banned they'll do 45 minutes and then a half an hour set change where we change over the stage get air gear often and make sure all the headliners uh ba gear is still working in and you know uh mike's the work and everything and then we put them on so has business is business still strong people complain about there's no music there like my listeners will say there's no place to see abandon i tell them that's well that's not true and i am curious about whether you still selling as many tickets go yeah we had with well specially this year with a we've had a uh a lot of benz help us with our 40th anniversary sri um come and play started off gush.
"lima" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"A hino these these slurs are just inappropriate in this day and age um they did not physically touch each other ufc pr representative chris castillo got it in a way um luckily i think of these both those men new as close as they were chris castillo was in stopping them but that uh it was just best that they move on and uh we'll see we'll see how how much this gets highlighted as it gets picked up by mainstream but it was all over uh the enemy circles uh for sure so i knew will something we wanted to talk about eight six six five two two two eight four six is the number to call in you want to weigh in on this um we do have a couple of guests coming your way douglas lima the bell tour welterweight champion that's their fattest division i really like their welterweight division they got to really really skilled athletes there uh and douglas i believe is one of the top welterweight in the world regardless of the promotions i mean he's he's proved and he's got a chance to really really make the ultimate statement by defeating rory mcdonald because worry mcdonald obviously has done his fair share of damage in the of i think we can all uh agree that he's one of the top in the world and in to get one over on him it would be quite a feather in his cap for our douglas lima paul daily will follow him as well we'll have plenty of pockets to take the calls eight six six five two two two four six if once again you want to chime in on the topic and hand talking about for we super dumon in tony ferguson them almost getting into it and of course anything else that might be on your mind inside or outside of a mixed martial arts some other tidbits that get out that are were thrown out there daniel cormie is kind of in polling his fans.
"lima" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"lima" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"I guess dilemma truly died lima that that is used as a cordial in against people who are not bigots which is just like everyone is problematic you know every every religion is problematic and has fact up should about it and like what is the like attacking attacking islam is is you know some of those practices i've i or its aren't you know some of those criticisms i agree with um they're not you don't they they're taken to represent all of you know w this one religion i think most religious practice has a bunch of sexist homophobic and like often racist shit underpinning it yeah i dunno i mean and then you know a it i i guess it's right this thing it's about focus it's like okay it's just that you're more mad about this one thing yeah like i you know if someone stops on the street in a stone's alum and our beats gay person yet that i that's not good to do that have some interest stopping and praying the new there's nothing wrong with that if if the argument as well their religion you know hates women and ola but like yeah ledger said so do so just like the bible and the new testament like if he they if that guy saw someone reading a bible in praying a christian prayers on the street i'm sure he wouldn't income he wouldn't think that was disrupted did you see that ship were from a lawyer with word the the uh were covering her hair at the vatican yeah it's just like.
"lima" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"You know all left the half ballatore welterweight champion douglas to lima joins us on the program right now dan tom given question for douglas yet champa you know like you said you're looking back a your record you seen at all from strikers grapplers you know recalling ben ask green course gotha paul daily who's a fast obama faster speedier striker like lorenzo larkin and in the course graphite i think you really showed your rounded nece your ability to to adjust and come back and beat somebody who had a win over you now my question for you douglas obviously you can't give strategy but we see in the rennes larkin he's known for his kicks in striking but we've also seen lately he's gotten better with his clinch and wrestling we even psalm score take down on hor him off all if laurenz larkin were to clinch or try to take douglas lima down in this fight it is that a mistake for him oh oh each year will mild days you've got to be gotta able to wrestle unique to in the local of time you know strike you know somebody fears by uh then you gotta show with the judges something of course it really going back your four now why not go with thick now might be the real learn i think that's what it did against mas without notify will really close um end of the rail not thinking short gotten down in also on the only surprise me at all for the bill would you know you free you know they're planning it out throwing oranges kicks in the fight this very close no got us do the room and those were surprised if you go from there um you know i'm going to same thing in though i'm really working on all marwijk he's you know my rashly and own phoenician fighting the ground as well as its grounding all be ready for everything he tries to should be ready for the you know strikes tom were provided for that as well so powerball preparation i don't i don't really care no he comes to do just preparing everything for every scenario in there in the fight over ready for it.
"lima" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"You have a stucco wings at your apartment, or what happens to those wings and outfits from the show. They usually take it for a different. Stories secrets stores, and then dispose them for people that like to see for example, if you go here on fifty first and Fifth Avenue to the third floor. You see many off the looks from the previous Victoria's Secret shows. I mean, I don't know. I just the G might have a whole bunch of wings in your closet hidden. They. Well, would you like some I? Pres like me to bring to my closet. Insane. So you did go to the party. You know, you were just in Miami as well, what is your standard Goto party luck? I usually when I go to a potty, I really do like to look sexy. And I I love to like show. My legs is all about legs for me legs and high heels and red lipstick. The Lissette always always read one has to be read. It's good good. So Valerie's got a tough question. She wants to know one thing that no one knows about you k I do love accurate, Ashley immi- pronuncia. Right. I love it. And actually, I'm really good at it. And I'm also fashioned about things saying, and I'm really looking forward to take a few lessons and learn can we discuss venting for a second wish blade. Did you do? Well, I'm looking forward to take some lessons. Unpushing it's about I try Asheri but fencing I haven't tried yet. So now, you tell me. Shoot. I do. With four and then we'll move up. I think it's an easy way to start because sabre for you. I think would be incredible just because you're so strong, and it it'll be maybe I'll go direct saver. I think she just let me go direct to the main thing to do archery. I learned a few years ago. I wasn't actually like a we sort retreats type of sorts that you stay like five days, and I want to learn actually so these woman that of course, I don't remember the name she came in. But she was Olympic champion em. I'm so stupid. Can I say bad words here? Excuse me. That I forgot. But I absolutely love it. I you know, what I have an eclectic mind and body. I think that is such a quick. So how how how you know about fencing? I did it in high school. That's us. A I didn't against each me. I mean, we can do it together. It's been a very long time. Well, okay. So okay outfits. Oh, yeah. I like it too. I like it. I think is so sex. Oh, thank you guys so much for sending in questions for Adriana Lima. The you so much for doing. Thank you guys so much for listening to this episode of the vogue podcast, make sure to stay tuned throughout the holiday season and go on Vokes Facebook, Twitter Instagram for sneak peeks and updates and we'll see you in twenty seventeen..