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Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

The Leader

05:58 min | Last week

Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

"The UK could get foreign holidays back to selected destinations, but travel John the Simon Calder, his not impressed. And Bournemouth beach they partied in thirty degree heat like social distancing didn't exist. Be Two meters, or what with mitigation? It's like the Mediterranean, said the weather to remind us of what we're missing out on. At least for now it's report. The government's being busy signing up deals with countries like Spain and Italy that a let British people travel there without having to go through quarantine. Perhaps as soon as July fourth, it could be a lifeline, an industry that feared it could lose up to twenty billion pounds, but travel John Simon calder. His not convinced joins me now this as the so-called air bridges, just a rumor. What do we actually know about what's happening? We know that this is an extraordinary episode in government by League. It's now I think eight weeks since dominic. Cummings came back from his to <hes> Dharam and saw that the judgment was in some disarray and unpopularity over the number of. Deaths and decided that. It was time for an eye catching <hes> policy and he decided that quarantine would be the right way to go, even though of course at that stage, the rate in the UK, thank goodness was declining and only international medical is. There's no point. In current in on a blanket basis. When you're in decline and Sarah lots the other countries around the world, and set the around Europe, since we've just had neak after leak after leak, and some of them almost comedic say that we got the Communist announcement on the tenth of May and then immediately we got to kind of the CAN. It's actually an official government announcement. Saying well, of course, this doesn't apply to France and then that was quietly withdrawn. And then we have on this morning and I make it six days to July millions of <hes> policymakers and hundreds of thousands of the travel industry work workers simply do not know if foreign holidays will take place this summer. It is an extraordinary state of affairs and. All I know is what I'm hearing from various rumors in the industry, some of them when employees some of them pure guesswork, but not. Is that on Monday the? Department of. Transport will announce. A list of. Eight or ten destinations that you can travel to probably starting on the fourth of July, and probably the Foreign Office will change of guards against Auburn. Essential Travel, but we know that from older lakes we have been given a very very difficult guidance, so the countries that are on this list include places like France Spain. Italy! Greece, all popular tourist destinations for dealing anymore actually go Simon de think that the fears over Luna virus abated so much that people will willingly Kevin Aeroplane and head off to a tourist hotspot. Far Safer Agree Thailand in the zoos of Portugal which has nil rate at the moment sauce safer than you would in them, and while the government's insists that policy is informed by the science. The scientists aren't spoken to say this is the most Balmy thing. We've ever heard of the best way to get the rates down in the UK a get. The prevalence in the UK is for millions of people to go on holiday veto, less dangerous places, and so the government's move. Who's actually had counterproductive? Silently will increase the number of cases inside the gifts in the UK, but since it's a political stunt rather than serious policy. That's just I was gonNA say seeing consequences it was. Pretty foreseeable or anybody, he sorted through. There will serve NEPEAN and I. It will be much minister people going abroad. I, think trump ripley. <hes> the majority of people thinking just leave it so twenty twenty. And the still a very substantial minority who would love to go abroad and are simply. Profoundly frustrated at the way that the government has had will eight weeks decided to bring this dominate. Cummings decided to bring in and. We still apparently going to see a weekend of frantic phone calls between different governments you. You really couldn't make it up, it is. Often covering travel for a thousand years and have never ever seen. Government causing so much grievous. To the industry, most time traveled to skits only. It's <hes> did a great holidays. Fantastic value make lots of money creates loss of jobs and the government. Let's. Let's say Bieber at the moment. The government is <hes>. If sex out to to as much damage as possible to the UK traveler district, it's difficult. See how they could have done any more than I do now it's. It's it's. Shameful but secondly just tragic for the people in the travel industry <hes> desperately trying to rebuild and say jobs and assigned thing for the people who will die they county councillor in more responsible for tourism tells me. He's really worried that it will call us home because people will stay out they'll. Take, an infection oval the boldly government. Decisions during this crisis, this is. Probably the most damage

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Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

The Leader

05:58 min | Last week

Britons will be able to holiday in France, Spain and Italy from NEXT WEEK

"The UK could get foreign holidays back to selected destinations, but travel John the Simon Calder, his not impressed. And Bournemouth beach they partied in thirty degree heat like social distancing didn't exist. Be Two meters, or what with mitigation? It's like the Mediterranean, said the weather to remind us of what we're missing out on. At least for now it's report. The government's being busy signing up deals with countries like Spain and Italy that a let British people travel there without having to go through quarantine. Perhaps as soon as July fourth, it could be a lifeline, an industry that feared it could lose up to twenty billion pounds, but travel John Simon calder. His not convinced joins me now this as the so-called air bridges, just a rumor. What do we actually know about what's happening? We know that this is an extraordinary episode in government by League. It's now I think eight weeks since dominic. Cummings came back from his to <hes> Dharam and saw that the judgment was in some disarray and unpopularity over the number of. Deaths and decided that. It was time for an eye catching <hes> policy and he decided that quarantine would be the right way to go, even though of course at that stage, the rate in the UK, thank goodness was declining and only international medical is. There's no point. In current in on a blanket basis. When you're in decline and Sarah lots the other countries around the world, and set the around Europe, since we've just had neak after leak after leak, and some of them almost comedic say that we got the Communist announcement on the tenth of May and then immediately we got to kind of the CAN. It's actually an official government announcement. Saying well, of course, this doesn't apply to France and then that was quietly withdrawn. And then we have on this morning and I make it six days to July millions of <hes> policymakers and hundreds of thousands of the travel industry work workers simply do not know if foreign holidays will take place this summer. It is an extraordinary state of affairs and. All I know is what I'm hearing from various rumors in the industry, some of them when employees some of them pure guesswork, but not. Is that on Monday the? Department of. Transport will announce. A list of. Eight or ten destinations that you can travel to probably starting on the fourth of July, and probably the Foreign Office will change of guards against Auburn. Essential Travel, but we know that from older lakes we have been given a very very difficult guidance, so the countries that are on this list include places like France Spain. Italy! Greece, all popular tourist destinations for dealing anymore actually go Simon de think that the fears over Luna virus abated so much that people will willingly Kevin Aeroplane and head off to a tourist hotspot. Far Safer Agree Thailand in the zoos of Portugal which has nil rate at the moment sauce safer than you would in them, and while the government's insists that policy is informed by the science. The scientists aren't spoken to say this is the most Balmy thing. We've ever heard of the best way to get the rates down in the UK a get. The prevalence in the UK is for millions of people to go on holiday veto, less dangerous places, and so the government's move. Who's actually had counterproductive? Silently will increase the number of cases inside the gifts in the UK, but since it's a political stunt rather than serious policy. That's just I was gonNA say seeing consequences it was. Pretty foreseeable or anybody, he sorted through. There will serve NEPEAN and I. It will be much minister people going abroad. I, think trump ripley. <hes> the majority of people thinking just leave it so twenty twenty. And the still a very substantial minority who would love to go abroad and are simply. Profoundly frustrated at the way that the government has had will eight weeks decided to bring this dominate. Cummings decided to bring in and. We still apparently going to see a weekend of frantic phone calls between different governments you. You really couldn't make it up, it is. Often covering travel for a thousand years and have never ever seen. Government causing so much grievous. To the industry, most time traveled to skits only. It's <hes> did a great holidays. Fantastic value make lots of money creates loss of jobs and the government. Let's. Let's say Bieber at the moment. The government is <hes>. If sex out to to as much damage as possible to the UK traveler district, it's difficult. See how they could have done any more than I do now it's. It's it's. Shameful but secondly just tragic for the people in the travel industry <hes> desperately trying to rebuild and say jobs and assigned thing for the people who will die they county councillor in more responsible for tourism tells me. He's really worried that it will call us home because people will stay out they'll. Take, an infection oval the boldly government. Decisions during this crisis, this is. Probably the most damage

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Can trees talk

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Can trees talk

"Alexia Constantino and Katie McMahon both work at the smart lab at the University of British Columbia in Canada the smart lab is a diverse group of students who study how trees and soil are connected to the ecosystem Alexia studies how forest harvesting affects wildlife and Katie studies the way. The Food Forest Web recovers after mining, Alexia, Constantino and Katie McMahon. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you for having us. Yes thanks very much for having gone. I'm really looking forward to the show. Yeah me too, and so kids. If you have questions we would love for you to call now, or you can send an email to questions at, but why kids dot. Org let's dive right into the questions and we're GONNA. Start with some basics here and then I really WanNa. Get into later on a little bit more about tree communication, which is one of the things that this lab specializes in, but let's start with this question from Lucy. I'm from? Connecticut in I. WanNa Know House cleese quo. We had another question from a four year old in Bristol. Who wanted to know the same thing so Kadian Alexia? Which one of you wants to tackle, just the basics of how trees grow. Katie year I can take that first one so just like humans trees need food and water to grow but they get this there this food and water in quite a different way than we do. So trees and plants are really incredible in that they can actually get their food from the sunlight. So this process is called photosynthesis, and it's really amazing. The trees can take energy from the sunlight and just using water and carbon dioxide, rich, a molecule floating around in the air. They can create energy. On so far this energy that forms of sugars which contain. Carbon. and so that's how they get their main energy for Brawley, but then the water of course comes from the soil. So, they can take the water from the soil, using their roots, and they also get other nutrients and vitamins from the soil as well. We'll. Let's go a little bit deeper into that with a couple of other questions. We have because you were just talking Katie. About some of the The things that a treat needs like water, and it also needs oxygen and sunlight, so here's a question from Sienna I'm eleven use old. Alvin Davis, California and my question is do trees breathe, and if they do where they breathe from all right, and before you get to that, here are two more questions, hello, my name is Luna and I am seven years old. I live in Oregon. My question is how do you choose? Give us oxygen. Hi, my name Rayvey I'm seven years old. I'm from London, and my question is how you treat bay coke should. We also got a question from ranch lives in the United Kingdom with the same question, so talk talk to us a little bit more about oxygen and the role of oxygen for trees in how they breathe, and in how we breathe. Share so you can almost think of trees as breathing backwards from us so when we take a breath in We're? We're breathing in air and we're really were taking oxygen out of it. That's what we need to breathe. And then when we x hell outcomes, the carbon dioxide, and so trees actually kind of do this in reverse So you mentioned earlier that when they do photosynthesis, they're taking the carbon dioxide out of the air and using. Their sugars energy. but then. Whence that sugars in the tree gets used up. Then that when it uses up that carbon, it actually produces oxygen, and that is released back out into the air. For us to breathe as humans And spent I think one of the question mentioned Where does that happen in so the the The air actually goes into the trees through. little pores in the leaves. Are the needles called still matter and so that's where the air comes in when they're when the leads, the needles are doing photosynthesis. Do we call it breathing I? Mean would you say that trees breathe? You know that's an interesting question People feel strongly about whether you can apply thirty human centered words to trees. I'm sure we'll get to this later today when we're talking about these communicating whether trees could talk, or only humans can talk, and so I put this in the same category The air is going in and out of trees in there using. Using carbon from it and putting oxygen back into, it so whether you want to call that breathing. Is the the scientific words, photosynthesis and respiration I. Guess Out for debate.

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Los Angeles - Long Beach PD Fires Officer Who Posted Photo Of Baton, Bloody Sidewalk

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:25 sec | Last month

Los Angeles - Long Beach PD Fires Officer Who Posted Photo Of Baton, Bloody Sidewalk

"Long Beach police officer has now been fired for posting photos on social media that included a picture of himself standing on a bloody sidewalk holding a baton during a recent protest against the police killing in Minneapolis had already been removed from patrol duties such as police officials learned about the photos on Thursday and in advancing the decision to fire the officer police chief Robert Luna said his department holds its employees to the highest standards won't tolerate behavior that erodes the public's

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Los Angeles - Long Beach PD Fires Officer Who Posted Photo Of Baton, Bloody Sidewalk

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:24 sec | Last month

Los Angeles - Long Beach PD Fires Officer Who Posted Photo Of Baton, Bloody Sidewalk

"A Long Beach police officer who shared a photo on social media of him standing with the baton over a bloody sidewalk during a protest has been fired in a statement Long Beach police chief Robert Luna said in part we hold our employees to the highest standards and will not ignore behavior the roads public trust the police department learned about the photo on Thursday immediately remove the officer from his patrol assignment and now he's lost his

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Monster

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:37 min | Last month

Monster

"Today a monster. If you're of a certain age, you might remember the nineteen fifty four movie creature from the Black Lagoon. Here's the plot. A geology expedition in the Amazon uncovers fossilized evidence, a skeletal hand fingers from the Devonian period that provides a direct link between land and sea animals further excavation of. Of the area where the fossil was found turns up nothing the leader. The search is ready to love, but it's thought that thousands of years ago, the part of the embankment, containing the rest of the skeleton fell into the water that was washed downriver broken up by the current. The group discovers at the river empties into a lagoon. The scientists decided to. To take a little longer and unaware that amphibious Gilman has been watching had for the lagoon, and that kill man is taking notice of the beautiful assistant. Will you get the idea? And if you think the plot for the film, the creature from the Black Lagoon came out of the imagination of a writer or perhaps a famous film director. You'd be half right. Right Produce Sir William Allen was attending nine hundred forty one dinner party during the filming of Citizen Kane, in which he played the reporter Thompson. When Mexican cinematographer, Gabriel Figueroa told him about the myth of a race of half fish half, human creatures, Amazon River, Allen, rose. Story notes title the Sea Monster Ten years later using beauty and the beast just inspiration. In December nineteen fifty two Maurice Jim expanded this into a treatment which Harry Essex and Arthur Ross rewrote as the black lagoon. The rest is movie history. The story told to Allen by Mexican cinematographer gave Figaro was based on the legend of Jaka. Ruina buried accounts describe. The arena is being Harry with their heads turned backwards and deformed feet. Could be characterized as seductive and sexually dangerous lure humans into water by taking on human forms when people of the Amazon and community disappear, and do not return such as fishermen husbands in young girls, deception is the ACA Luna had seduced and captured their victims. They abducted victims gradually come to resemble their captor the Yakov Bruno over a period of time I. There is turned to resemble the Conrad. Then their head and feet turn backward wants a full transformation is complete. The human has turned. Turned into a Jaka rhuna transformation to Jaka Ruina is irreversible and a person so transformed may never return to his or her home. I researched this story. I thought it sounded like a lot of other folktales that come from tribes of indigenous people that is until I found a nineteen eighty six account of an American doctor who ventured into the Amazon with his wife and daughter to provide needed medicine and medical treatment to several primitive communities. He described in a log I how his daughter! Daughter was taken by Jaka Luna One day one day she was swimming, so it's she was pulled under and vanished. Nobody was ever recovered grief-stricken. He and his wife returned to the states. They soon separated. It was an auditory years later alone and distraught, but he returned to the Amazon River, whereas daughter had vanished that he saw her again still alive, but it transformed into a mermaid. She had married a yacht, Luna and gain knowledge in becoming healer of the waters. No one ever saw. saw the doctor again. The doctors camp was discovered by a group searching for explorer Percy Fawcett. Who vanished in the Amazon in nineteen, twenty five monster

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Surveyor 1 landed on moon - June 2, 1966

This Day in History Class

03:18 min | Last month

Surveyor 1 landed on moon - June 2, 1966

"The Day was June second nineteen, sixty six. Nastase Lunar Lander Surveyor wine landed on the moon. The event marks the first time an American. Space probe made a successful soft landing on the moon. On February third nineteen, sixty six, the Soviet Union's Luna Nine, became the first spacecraft to make a soft landing on the moon. By this time, the Soviets and the Americans successfully crash-landed probes on the surface of the moon, but landing required something to cushion the landing like rockets as well as a way to send the information back to Earth. For Luna Nine, the entire spacecraft descended to the surface, but a landing capsule was ejected just before impact. NASA launched the Surveyor Program to demonstrate the feasibility of lunar surface landings. The program was also designed to get data and preparation for Nastase Apollo space, missions. Surveyor one was the first of the series of seven robotic spacecraft sent to the moon. As part of the program, it was designed as an engineering test flight for demonstration of its launch vehicle the Atlas-centaur, it also served to demonstrate the spacecraft's mid course and terminal maneuvers as well as radar in rocket controlled soft landing. Another one of the mission's objectives was to demonstrate the ability of the survey or communication system and deep space network to maintain communications with the spacecraft during its flight after a soft landing. The planning site for Surveyor. One was the southwest part of. The Laura Avast, dark plain on the western edge of the near side of the moon. surveyor-1 lifted off from Cape Kennedy on May Thirtieth Nineteen Sixty six. On June, second

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Vigil honors Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital worker who died of coronavirus

WBBM Programming

01:57 min | Last month

Vigil honors Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital worker who died of coronavirus

"Family and friends are mourning the loss of an essential worker who fell victim to corona virus Rosa Luna was a housekeeper at riverside community hospital a vigil was held in her honor CBS and always C. C. Butler was there everybody to take this very seriously it seems like nobody is taking seriously but it is I see that you do not want your family member to die like that I could be three thousand new her sixty seven year old mom had to be carefully she cleaned and disinfected the rooms of riverside community hospital were covered nineteen patients were treated and released she thought she took enough precautions every night as she came home from work her clothes it's thing outside her shoes or stay outside if you like immediately take a shower it wasn't enough after cleaning the hospital rooms for twenty five years Monday may fourth Rochelle Luna died in her daughter's arms she never once voiced concerns about her safety underneath we all were afraid of the Lewis family gathered at the hospital to remember the unseen health care heroes who are taking big risks with little pay we're not the full roll out the hospital cleaning crews who work behind the front lines that's why we're here because sometimes those folks who do the hardest worker sometimes overlooked and we want to make sure that that doesn't happen here nor anywhere else Luna cleaned coated and non coated rooms her manager says she always wore a mask appropriate for the level of risk she was an amazing person someone that not only hold ourselves to high standards but your peers myself as as our manager help me at a high standard every life counts every life does really count on her memory the auxiliary group here at the hospital has started a scholarship and Rosalyn is name for anyone interested in following in her footsteps and becoming certified nursing assistants

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Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital employee dies after cleaning COVID-19 patients' rooms

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:50 sec | Last month

Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital employee dies after cleaning COVID-19 patients' rooms

"As the hantavirus death toll climbs in southern California more social workers are falling ill in summertime among the victims as a housekeeper at riverside community hospital sixty seven year old rose a little to work at the hospital for twenty five years she died on may fourth from virus related health complications CBS to Stacey Butler reports Luna was cleaning covered and non covered rooms before she died her manager says she always wore a mask appropriate for the level of risk she was an amazing person someone that not only hold ourselves to high standards but your peers myself as as our manager help me at a high standards to honor her memory the auxiliary group here at the hospital has started a scholarship and rose saloon is name for those who want to follow in her footsteps and become a certified nursing assistant who is co workers and loved ones gathered around the hospital on Friday to honor her

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Botanical Latin with Ross Bayton

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

08:34 min | 2 months ago

Botanical Latin with Ross Bayton

"What an undertaking encyclopedia more than two thousand plants. Five thousand entries or terms and hundreds of beautiful botanical. It was quite a work came to me and said well. We have room for about five thousand words. Which ones are? You'RE GONNA choose while it was quite an option. There are millions of clients out there so I had to kind of winnow it. Down to the the cream of the crop. Well I've been enjoying it As I said in the introduction you dipping back in and really smiling to have sort of the provenance of the definition so to speak of many of my favorite plants revealed but before we get to that I just wanted to Know a little bit about like why this is not new territory for you've written other things about plant genealogy so to speak. Why is this important to you? Where did you get into this in your life? Well I started gardening as a kid I had a poll of English. Iv that I grew in my room My parents were in the military and we traveled around a lot so I didn't have a garden but I grew a lot of house. Plants and I started by dipping into book that my mom had go reader's digest. It was an encyclopedia of. Houseplants HAS NAMES THERE. And some beautiful illustrations and the words just seem to stick in my mind in a way. The other things don't tend to forget people's names really really good at remembering of names I once. I started to see similarities between one name and another started to be curious about. Won't connections were my mom's a big fan of sweet peas and they are Lazarus Buddha Ross's yes and I realized meant fragrant and I saw that word in other plant names in my garden right spring. But it all the DOTS connecting. Yeah Yeah so okay so for gardeners listening. So why Latin any way and is it truly even Latin or is there some Greek in here? You know what what tell us a little bit about? Why Botanical Latin kind of like Wyatt evolved why it was invented quote unquote. You know a little history. What we call botanical lasted would not be understood by people living in ancient Rome last night. basically what happened is is in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries scholars at universities. They taught entirely in Latin Understanding learning this language was thought to provide agility of mind for the students but also A lot of universities were connected to the church and many churches also Gave that the the Bible was written in Latin and many of their Liturgies were also given in that language so it was very common for scholars to understand that This particular language and for it seemed a natural thing when they started to name plans to use a lot and that they were already using their day to day Scholarly Endeavour right so and then along came. Lineas yes eventually yes then. The names was a Swedish botanist Manassas. Actually his last name. His Swedish name was funding and like many of the scholars of his time on heat he taught Latin and he had a broad interest in science. He was trying to the medical dogs up but he received plants and animals that were brought to him by sailors by travelers and he was really fascinated to try and classify them. I'm so he would give them names in Latin but the really important thing that he did was he gave them a two part name now before. Luna's every all the names that were given to plants and animals. We're actually loan descriptions of those plants animals in lasted. That's pretty cumbersome. When you're dealing with a plant you don't want to name as eight or ten words in it What the did was he. Shorts these down to two words and we now call those toured names the dated by bills and the names that you find in the book right. You mentioned sailors a minute ago. And so this was the early Eighteenth Century. Onward was sort of the age of plant exploration. Yeah people are bringing. It wasn't just Europe where he was it was people were bringing things in from other places and there were unknown thing so different people would be communicating with people in other countries. And I guess didn't I think in the book One of the essays up front says something like one. Great Advantage of Latin is its universality that It's not the language of any one nation. Was that also part of the motivation. Absolutely nobody really speak Latin and so the language that can be used by people in in any country but some last had an advantage in the east started his work in Sweden and Sweden doesn't really have an awful big flora. It doesn't have very many different species of plants. If lemass it'd been born in Central Africa or in South America where plants were much more common much more diverse. It's entirely possible. That just would have been so confused by this great diversity. That Egos have never come up with the system that he did because he only had to work. On a small group of plants he was able to develop a system and then refined as people brought plants to in from other parts of the world so he's began in Europe but this Checks on me that he began quickly began to spread across the world as Europeans and others were exploring further afield and since it wasn't the language anyone nation. It was kind of a shared language for all of these people. There'd be excluded. Yeah yeah it didn't belong to one person so everybody could use it and today they still do If you read a botanical papers from China almost the only part that you'll be able to read if you're an english-speaking lot me is Latin names right so we were mentioned you know plants The system for naming plants and of course it was for other organisms as well and I read an essay. You wrote recently. Or maybe it's excerpted from the book Where you muse about Latin name Homo Sapiens and And how it doesn't sound very fancy compared to some of the plant names that are more elaborate but until you understand what it translates as Which is wise man? Yeah so we gave ourselves Ed very good name. Yeah we were quite modest. Fabian is the name that was given by lineas fact. Lunacies body actually remains the type specimen for the human species because when when he named humanity based on himself he will forever be remembered as the original human. These Wet Tax on consent. So he's not pressed in herbarium slide but he is the type specimen yeah. It's the todd specimen in his tomb in Sweden. So I was early on. I was when I was first. Learning from much. More scholarly individuals plant friends I was paralyzed. Know afraid to say the words out loud because they looked so difficult and I was told. Don't worry Margaret. It wasn't a spoken language. Really it was okay. Just have at it and try to pronounce stuff and and do my best which is always going to be better than a common name. So does pronunciation matter you give guidelines. I think you sort of let us off the hook and say don't worry also. Is that correct? You're absolutely correct Margaret. I always tell people all to worry about it There are purists who might adults two pronunciations for certain parts of botanical Latin. But my feeling is that I would rather people were using the names and understanding them and speaking to some rigid system appreciation You say Clemson said commodities I I think you're easily understood. Whatever the way and as I began doing this as a kid I would say names also different ways so one of the ones I used to mispronounce was the daily Jazz Amaral Kalisz then when I grew up and started speaking to people about it. I realize that everybody actually called a hammer accounts. Yes it's a subtle difference and most people understood what I was saying until I started speaking with other people. I didn't realize that there were other ways that you might say but in truth it doesn't really matter and most people will understand what you're

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Learning How to Forgive

Criminal

08:59 min | 2 months ago

Learning How to Forgive

"I don't subscribe to the idea people a- bad and I I don't subscribe to that because I believe that these inherent good in everyone. I think that crime It's all to be honest with you. Very relative What might be criminal in. Some communities are excused in other communities. Delia Muna was born in London and raised in Nigeria. Her mother is Nigerian and her father is from Sierra Leone. She went to college and Law School in the United States and then she became a public defender in Washington. Dc main motivation for me is that throughout my time as a public defender. I and as a Christian I operate from the presume that if Jesus swear on earth today he'd be a public defender. He was always defending people who were accused of various Nefarious activities Tax Collectors and you know Prostitutes and and and people that we will consider unsavory but as a public defender. I got to learn and appreciate that. Each person has a story and that my role as an advocate was to tell that story in a way that will shoot to the lead experiences to give voice to them I learned to appreciate the fact that but for the grace of God Right. and fat Human beings have the capacity for change today. We're talking about forgiveness. I'm phoebe judge. This is criminal I'd like to ask you about where you grew up in Nigeria and and how growing up. You saw forgiveness injustice Criminality in differently than than we do here right. So we're very very communal society and so compared to to the US where It seems that we exist in silos and a very much individual pull yourself up by your bootstraps sort of mentality in Nigeria we. It's sort of those mentality that if one person is going astray we all collectively are going astray. And so the idea is You know we rally people will rally around you to make sure that That you don't go astray and that if you do that there are resources particularly human resources to help you Sorta recalibrate Your life trajectory And that's really critically important. I guess it's kind of a flip the whole idea in on the head which is in other communities when someone does something bad it it looks bad upon the community. Exactly as opposed to here. Where if someone does something bad when this person must be intrinsically bad or evil and let's remove them from the society? Oh yes absolutely. You absolutely correct here. It's you did something you something that you did and in other communities. It's like well what? How did we fail? How could we have prevented this? And now that you have indeed some done something. What can we do to restore your humanity? What can we do to make sure that you become one of us The question becomes. When is enough enough? When is punishment enough? When can we say you have paid your dues? It's time to welcome you back into society because we still think you've got value. We still think there's much more that you can add to being a productive member of our community in two thousand eleven a twenty five year old woman Nimble Shonda Armstrong drove her car. Into New York's Hudson River with her three children inside later. Leshan to Armstrong's neighbors came forward and said they knew she was in trouble. The often heard yelling. Her landlord leader said that she asked him twice in six months to change the locks on her doors. Delia Luna wrote about Louis Armstrong and other women who'd committed similar crimes she asks how is it that American society bears no social responsibility to support. Its most vulnerable members. In raising their children she proposes that we watch out for each other not just watch each other but really look out and offer help as she says communities in Nigeria. Often do she writes. It's imperative that the legal system take steps to foster a sense of communal obligation towards the most vulnerable members of our society single mothers and their children in two thousand fifteen delia. Muna was made clinical professor of law at Harvard. The law school's first Nigerian professor. She's also the deputy director of Harvard's Criminal Justice Institute where Third Year Law Students under supervision. Essentially work is public defenders. We asked her to tell us about the cases that stay with her the most and she says it's the ones where children are charged with crimes. She told us about representing a nine year old girl and she was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and she was charged because while Throwing ten from classroom. She picked up a book a textbook and threw it at a teacher. Miss the teacher. The book hit the wall The child was promptly taken to a The principal's office and when she got there she was then arrested put in handcuffs. She was transported at the back of a police car and brought to the courthouse. She had to be placed in isolation so in solitary because she was nine years old and I went into speak with her so she is tiny little person and I was trying to explain to her. What my role was as her attorney and advocate and she had no idea Just even process in what that meant and she looked at me and she said where's my grandmother. And when can she take me back to school and then she said to me? Do you have any food? I'm hungry and so there. I was trying to figure out how to advocate for this child. In light of the very serious thing that she'd been charged with I mean assault with a dangerous weapon. book But clearly this child at other issues that we're contributing to Her behavior in class that day and he really will have been a very cruel and capricious thing for the legal system to continue. Its prosecution of her. It's easy to forgive a child and to consider all the social factors in play in their behavior. It's not always so easy to forgive adult. Well that's correct I it's easy when you paint a picture of a very vulnerable child but what about those evil adults and evil men and women who do such terrible things well. The truth is A An an an evil adult or terrible adult just didn't You know pop from just didn't become that way. They've had most likely a terrible childhood A childhood where they will likely abused likely neglected. And so you have children who wants. That's happened to them will indeed grow up to be adults who then Commit crimes I don't ever believe that an adult just takes actions without something being the catalyst for whatever it is. They that they've done and so it might be easier to forgive a child but if you delve deeper into the experiences the lived experience of an adult I think it makes it easier to forgive them once. You understand what it is that they've been through The prism through which they view life and sort of. What's happened to them?

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Future of Voice Shopping with Shilp Agarwal, Co-Founder and CEO of Blutag

Inside VOICE

05:09 min | 2 months ago

Future of Voice Shopping with Shilp Agarwal, Co-Founder and CEO of Blutag

"I am here today with the CEO and Co founder of Blue. Tag shop our welcome. Thank you for being here Dr Officers Today. Yes we're in Princeton New Jersey today. It's very exciting and I noticed that Lincoln was doing some research you had started in the jewelry business and you created this company this e commerce business. Can you tell me a little bit how you got into that? And what did you learn through that process about ECOMMERCE at the time? Absolutely so I got into that business. My background has been pretty much intact and Prior to starting dot I was working at another company where I was managing a lot of their internal website infrastructure. So when Back in two thousand and a lot of websites going online It just seemed like Julia was when it was still wide open. People were there was a lot of books. A lot of household items you could buy but there was no Yup Luna was a company that we're doing diamonds and patterns call Internet diamonds but there was nobody focusing on this mass market affordable jewelry and So I went down to Adam and district by knew somebody who essentially was had a cousin who was a big manufacturer out of the Julia Daman district in New York and pissed him the idea of starting this Selling Jewelry Online. And then we kind of just took it from there so you know and and a lot of the learnings that I had from that business actually helped me get involved with what I'm doing now with voice and the reason for that is that you know we didn't have a lot of other startups back then. Our business was not like venture back. We didn't raise like millions of dollars through venture capital getting luxury to lose a lot of money every year Revenge money and we just kind of took it from there so you know the only way for us to kind of survive especially when it came to dimes like that two thousand eight payment luxury goods selling things. People don't need was really a challenge and You know at that point. We kind of look back a lot at a lot of personalization so you can call it like Bay road designs you know. How do we make sure that anybody who spent something like fifteen hundred dollars for their engagement ring because they were? That's what does the target audience. How do we make sure that a good chunk of them also by that reading banks from US right and not even that at that point we would add another whole new set of A lot product line doing battle party gifts right so it was just about. How do we take a customer The cost to acquire customers extremely high. The only way it was gonNA make sense if you've ever do kind of personalized experience for each customer and segmentation was just not an option you know since then from me. This one on one presentation has been really big. You know whether it's things you need whether things you don't need luxury items and then I'll go back into a little bit of later in the days when we started seeing these initial voice devices started coming in you know Voice Assistance Alexa. Not even that many of them around but for me it was an instant reaction that understanding. Somebody's intent through voice and delivering personalized. Shopping is how bulk of digital chopping. Shoot eventually happen. And that's how I was born and you own the company with your brother which I I always think. That's interesting when people decide to work with a spouse or a sibling friend. They've known for years. What does that like working with your brother? And why is it important that the two of you created this together a few years ago? So yeah I'm working with my brother I think is something that I feel like you know we are first of all very different personalities and I think that really helps us kind of get to our You know what what that does is that you know. There's a lot of times where I might have an idea for example where it is something that I feel maybe is more like a North Star Idea. Right on that point Him being the brains behind all the technology that we have you know so. He's working on a lot of platforms. Before just like I've had startups. He's worked at startups also but his focus has been making sure that. How'd you take a technology company and make it scalable? And that's what he's done all his life so when we talk about you know. Let's say a lofty idea It is great. We don't say that okay. We're not going to get there but having the right path to getting there is something that you know. That's where I get that from him and at the same time I think I just feel like it's just like a little different Relationship when you are able to kind of be able to wake up in middle of the night and have an idea that you want to talk about and you literally can just call Dr. I think that's a unique quality that you don't do that a lot of co-founders even at the other stage but I feel like I can always do that right so even before starting the company I remember even previous businessman he was not in modern that you know I would always remember just walking to work and having some idea of Iran Christmas. Their sales are going really crazy. Like they have some tech issue like literally just getting into the habit of calling him so even before this business. Several years I've always consulted with about a lot of the tech needs that we have to scale a business and I think it was just such a natural thing that when I started this thing. You know it's like we already have this thing going on for the last five years even not working together so why not. Just change that so

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Samantha Irby Talks About Wow, No Thank You

The Book Review

06:42 min | 2 months ago

Samantha Irby Talks About Wow, No Thank You

"I think of it night as selling a book but as supporting the booksellers and publishers and other authors who are out there and also helping readers because readers are are desperate right now. I want to read. Actually something that Carl Siegel our critic wrote in her review of your book. I hope you're not one of those people that avoids reading reviews of Your Book. I am but I know that this was positive because everyone told me it was positive. So I'm braced for it and it's cool okay. All right ready. She wrote instead of a rule. Then a recommendation. For this moment if the grips of the pandemic your ability to interpret an exponential graph has increased well exponentially while your patients for narrative has plummeted. Tries Samantha. Irby so she's heartily recommending. You as something to read right now in order to give listeners a taste of why that is. Would you read a little bit from your new collection? Wow No thank you. Yes so. This is from Piece called hung up and it is about my love of cellular phones. I was late to the technology game. I'm staring down the barrel of my fortieth year and I bought my computer six or seven years ago. I didn't get my first iphone until they'd been around for years partially because I thought who needs that. I prefer to live in the real world mostly. I was skeptical because the idea of walking around with a five hundred dollar computer in my pocket seemed ridiculous and dangerous to me and the idea that I can somehow scraped together the money to purchase said pocket computer while also maintaining a roof over my head. I E partying all the time and paying for basic cable was hilarious and unrealistic. I was the last dinosaur at the club sending multi tap texts on an analog Nokia e fifty one with no camera when I finally upgraded to a smartphone. Several years after unsolicited selfish had taken hold of the nation. My exhausted psalms cracked and bleeding from a decade of repeatedly jamming down the two key to make a letter see. I didn't get what all the fuss was about. Okay sure this glowing rectangle in my bag can tell me the weather anywhere in the world at this exact moment but who cares but wait. It could also figure out precisely what wrong street. I'm turning down and steer me back in the right direction and it can count. How many steps? I took today while saving for me all the passwords I can never remember. Please excuse me while I build a shrine to the new most important thing in my life. I've read on my phone that we as a nation as a species have a problem with cellphones. Insert facts about the harms of cell phone usage. That I'm never going to research because I do not enjoy feeling like an underachiever. But do we really. Is there actually a problem with rescuing our brains from the doldrums of sitting at a red light or from the Malays caused by having even even a single second to sit alone with one terrible thoughts? I don't have children. Therefore I don't have any opinions on whether electronic devices are a bad influence on the mental growth and development of a child. If you tell me they are than I believe you. I'm sure there's scientific evidence prove it and I'm positive. There are doctors and licensed professionals. Who would attest to the DILATOT? Serious effect modern technology has on the brains and interpersonal skills of adults. But hear me out. Maybe it's worth it. That was great. What about you Samantha? Have you been able to read for fun during this time? I'm not ever so distracted that I can't pick up a book which I feel is good so I have been reading a lot of fiction and like nothing about disease or being locked in a room. But you're a huge thriller Fan Right. Is there s recommendations like good escape reading either thrillers or Wa which I know you also love yes so I am like pretty obsessed with this writer Louisa. Luna there are two books in this series so far. I don't think the series has the name. It's like an Alice Vega novel I think is maybe like the subtitle but the first one is called two girls down and her second book in the series is called the Janes and I just reread both of those and they are so good she so good thrillers are my thing and she is a master and I just reread Mary. H K choice books emergency contact and permanent record and they're both Y. A. They make me feel totally uncool because she has mastered the way. Young people talk. And I'm like man I kind of don't know what they're saying but I do love this a lot. She is a super cool writer. So this is your third book of essays. The first one meaty than we are never meeting in real life now. Wow No thank you. I'm curious how like in your mind or they categorized as different periods of Your Life. Different themes different topics. How do they stand apart for you? Well meaning to me feels most like. Here's an overview of my past. Here's a here's how we got here kind of and then we're never meeting in real life is kind of a mix of. Here's how we got here. Here's where we're going because I'd met my partner at that point. But she wasn't my wife yet and I hadn't moved from Chicago to Michigan yet. And then while no thank you is like where I am right now. It's a Kalamazoo Essay collection. It's me in Kalamazoo in our raggedy farmhouse with the cats. Like this is where I'm

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Florida - Orange County COVID-19 testing site changes test criteria

Dewitt Law Review

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Florida - Orange County COVID-19 testing site changes test criteria

"To drive through testing site in Orange County is opening next hour information officer Lauren Luna says only two hundred fifty can be tested for corona virus at the convention center every day for that has just sent off to a quest lab in Miramar and that quest lab does the testing once they get the results they turn it over to the state and the state returns the phone calls to be tested you have to be showing symptoms have a pre existing condition or be a first responder state health officials say there are over a Levin thousand confirmed cases of coronavirus in Florida as of this morning

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"luna" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"luna" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"It's just GonNa look very different when you're right you may work. We need to be dreaming man now. What'S THE WORLD. I want to live in out alive on my kids to be educated to. I want them to bax naked. These are very good questions. Hello and welcome in to cheat time. You'll conscious living on. Uk Health Radio on spotify. And I choose podcast and on my Youtube Channel Cholera. Apollo's Chee Time and we were just listening to some opening words by Nikki Luna Williams the director from time of the six son. She's opening this episode of Chee. Time posing the questions. How can we dream in or vision in which we really want to have in our world moving forwards? It's a big question. But it's one for all of us to be considering now. I feel now. It's almost two years. Since the launch of time of the sixth son and when that happened came out in April and November an it reached hundreds of thousands of people. Then it's now being released on a new video on demand platform. So it's easily accessible. And talk about timely. A my my goodness documentary series and film is proving to be one of the key. Connective informative and inspiring pieces to help us reframe and refocus what is truly important in our lives and it's a total honor. The Nikki Luna is here with us on Chee Time. So she interviewed over eighty five people across many indigenous tribes and the combined wisdom really shines through for us to resonate our truth with so we know how we can move forward as a team as individuals within that team but as the rainbow tribe. We are becoming now. The movie stars amongst others. Estes Tornado astonishing always guitar almost flamenco. But it's more than that. The soundtrack is just. Oh my goodness. I'm going to play a couple of tracks view fight. It's playing underneath here. And so before we get into the full interview with Director Nikki. Lunar on the background of the filming of time of the six son and how we can use these self-isolation times wisely and be healthy and still be in a growing community. Police we got a special time of the six inch an affirmation coming up but here is the first of those tracks. It's called a time of remembering where Jeffrey hoppy is. The Voice of Tobias the angelic being who provides commentary to the whole film. It's propane magical stuff. This and the tracks are from the sacred transmissions album. Which are designed a meditation for the soul and can only be heard on the movie package from time of the six on movie Dot Com or here on Cheetah macos.

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US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

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US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

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US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

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US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

US death toll from the virus eclipses China's official count

"In queens New York Madeline Luna's feeling the impact anxiety depression governor Andrew Cuomo knows how she feels his brother CNN host Chris has the virus we're all anxious we're all tired he's pleading for more medical help India's state which is seen more than fifteen hundred people die in Chicago rush university medical center's Brady Scott worries about what happens when cases spike my biggest concern is running out of equipment as the pandemic spreads Texas congressman Pete Olson says the message is simple stay at home global calls it social stamina and discipline we know what to do we just have to do it Sager mag ani Washington

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"luna" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"luna" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"If you continue to research to see the guy that has influenced him or her. You can see traces. Sometimes we like sometimes I am like common cross style. I think that's really reading unique but probably years later I discovered who inference them than I realized. Okay that this is some. This kind of style definitely has been done before. It's it's interesting how that can happen. Because I like to draw as well and it's interesting how you find yourself You know just inventing something Maybe it's even an idea for something and then you're right this idea down or you draw little this little this quick little sketch and then yeah just like you're saying you end up finding out that years before maybe even decades before Maybe one hundred years before there is already some artists who drew that. Same type of thing in your cow. The heck that. It's like accidentally predicting the past week. Kind of an heritage knows of saying that we don't know that way has already within us just pasta on certain generations like collective of memory or knowledge or something. Yes yes no this is. This seems to be a very. I like the way that you're talking. 'cause There is a lot of a spirituality about this game which which I really loved it. There seemed to be many little little puzzles with You know within the within the pictures with any art itself like I loved it. When there's a part where you're you're that little tiny dog that little tiny dog creature and you're kind of floating through the sky through the stars and you know it's awesome pictures start taking shape and you're going. Ooh What's the symbolism of this or what's the symbol of his what's the symbolism of data and now did you let's see let's see how the process of this comment about where you just friends with these people and you decided let's make video game or how did how did that happen Okay so we can talk back like four years ago. Hope of therefore people in this team. me under director then. Fox is the project manager. We have long gun. Who's our programmeof? Also this false number suzy. She's our music composer How we know each other is kind of we are all FRENDO friends. Liam Fox were friends since high school. So we know each other for a very long time and weaving always talking. Probably a one day will grow up. We won't do do something together but that never happened but finally around. I think two thousand fourteen. I had a little bit of free time. Aside of my work is switching from Nitrous six day job to freelancing so all of a sudden I have lots of time on my side so then I start to just out of interest. I started Doodo some game idea. I never even thought that I want to make a game in the future. It just fun to design something so I chewed my ideas to folks He find this game quite interesting and has potential so he asked me. Do you want me to all do. Want me to introduce someone to you. Know like a program and combined with your art we can actually make A mini game for ourself Yeah so we all liked game players. We we play lots of games so the idea of that we can actually have something Have a story and make our own game. It's very interesting. It excites us. It's very exciting. It sounds you know when you hear a lot of these stories of these people who come up with the invent these particular inventions or they create these things it all stems from excitement and the willingness to explore. The imagination doesn't seem that way. Yes definitely on. I Dunno high introduced to you their background. Life folks and gone won't go at the time they will walks in Ubisoft strong high so they kind of they are in the industry already. They have been involved in big project from UBISOFT project. But however you really get a chance to make something by your own in in a big company like this. You really have a chance to even in charge off a project of your own opportunity of you can have everything your say. Decide make every decision bio south and make these things into game regardless. It was a big game or small game. I guess that interests that excites every every game lover. Every game designers. So I guess that's why they were really excited to to be on board and the same same as me. That is so cool now did you did you all brainstorm on the concept of this The symbolism the light versus dark the shadows and the light. I mean I. It's so cool. How layered and textured this is. The very original idea probably. It's even more abstract than the idea is based from one of my very old students whom I did back in the Union. That's like two thousand seven. We're talking about so. I had this animation. The story is about a man pilots. This vote as a spacecraft and then He's long distance. Relationship was found with his family. So that story has nothing to do with Luna but I really liked The two simple in that short animation. One of them is the very tall tower in their short animation. His family lives on the top of this tower so every month when the spaceship he pilots. Which is the moon a glide across the window? They had a stroke pair of time of unite as a family. So I just I just really like the the concept of you have very tall tower And also the idea you can do something with the boom. The blue is not as usual as we think it as a planet so.

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"luna" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

07:29 min | 4 months ago

"luna" Discussed on The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

"Hello how are you doing today? How is your woo? How's your cycle? What Day of your cycle are you on elder check in? I'm on day. Thirteen my cycle today so I felt myself of late this morning whilst doing my yoga class that was great way to set up the day. Squeeze the chair emotion around my body. Ready for some podcast recordings today. So I like to do and schedule podcast. Recording Ouallam relating because I feel more outwardly engaged. I feel more social quite introvert. Most of the time. What surprised to hear but yeah today in the next few days was good to have found. Kohl's have conversations do things where I am required really to be more social more. Outwit cy yet. That's what I've done today. Be Curious to know to you. Check him with your womb to check in with your Sitel each day. Would you just generally know what phase you're in all have you got a beautiful sacred womb personal ALMANAC and you're tracking your cycle daily during your daily practice and integrated in your cyclical energy? The energy of the day into daily life. There are some still laughter. Few left if you won't WANNA put the link in the show notes but the feedback. I'm getting so far. Is Fun tastic? It's life changing. I know that sound like a big Claim but yeah it changes our consciousness when we integrate our own cycle and the lunar cycle into the Gregorian calendar into daily life into that structure. That we have it feels different. Something happens when we use that when we do that so yeah I would love to post you on out. I'd love you to feel it. It's got energy in it. I put loads love into creating that enjoy. And so yeah. It's that as a tool as a resource if you wish comes with a downloadable MP3 daily practice a couple of years just to bring cycle tracking and your interaction with the moon cycle to life. Okay so what have we got? Today we have only steaming one on one with Amoco so Emma is Bristol based born and raised in London and she's an avid natural health enthusiast and very keen steam so she sees her creativity to solve problems and provide solutions which is how. Mama Luna was born. She basically couldn't afford esteem seat so she made one for herself and then it's gone on to make them and sell them through Mumma Luna and you really use that platform to have open and honest conversations about Yoni Health Womanhood. Her favorite topic women's empowerment. So since two thousand sixteen has gone on to study herbs as well women's natural health the range of international human rights courses so today. She's sharing with his heifers prototype of Dis- Yoni steaming seat that she made the benefits of steaming science behind it the importance of getting oxygen into the pelvic area herbs to use esteem in optimum time to steam. What happens in a year unique? Steve is basically all these things. I'll let you listen to it and be quiet now or right then. Well I hype. It's a really enjoyable experience for you. And Yeah I send you lots of lots love around the world today through his podcast and it's great to know that has women. We have a platform. We have freedom of speech and we can talk about these things now and enjoy him right. See the other side so welcome to the podcast ever. Thank you for having me today. We're GONNA be talking about everything to do with steaming abuse Yoni Yes yes. So would you tell us how you got started this? What drew you to steaming here. Yoni well why are you can stop so on one side? I've always been into natural health and I love anything to do with herbs and I've always been into women's empowerment and that really kicked infamy around the twins he free twenty four when I started coming into my own a bit more so those two Paz collided and that led me to book called Sacred Women and that's written by a lady called Queen fewer. He was based in the United States and sacred woman is a book that helps you to cleanse your womb. Basically physically emotionally mentally and spiritually and yet it was just such an amazing but some amazing and so many stories of From a women I can. Everyone I believe can relate to and within the book never nine gateways that you need to go through. It's like different exercises in a book. Basically and I mean I haven't even finished gateway zero and I got this book years ago. It's just so intense but WANNA was in gateway zero. That's when I found out about Yoni steaming and for all I really WanNa give this ago so I did it. One Ni- luckily had a friend here in the UK who has hubs for steaming. So I couldn't touch her. She made a pack. And I just put in Paul with water. I'm just like score is over. It and I was just in heaven. Absolute place like ultimate bliss. And I've been hooked ever since and the first time I did that was maybe about twenty six and I'm saying to now so to use team would smooth twice a month whenever you feel like it tends to be whenever I feel like it and that's just naturally become twice a month maybe three at push. Yeah twice a month. I'd say okay. I know that you make see these. Look so yeah point. Did you decide all right? I'm guessing squat in didn't feel very comfortable. I guess disappoint you. Saw Any summit to sit on a date. Want to put this in the toilet so what happened what. It was literally the day whilst I was steaming for the first time. It's coordinator Paul. The I was like. Yeah I need to make something to sit on because ten minutes into I was like I can't data's anymore I was like this is just it's too much. It's not relaxing experience. I had heard it to be even though it did still feel amazing and yes when I wake up. The next hour is like a job that what is again but want to be comfortable on. I couldn't find any seats in the UK. The ones in America were quite pricey and then there was the shipping in on top of that and I looked on Amazon an Ebay. I really don't know what was in there to be honest but just these tool looking thing that made a plastic analogies like. I definitely don't plastic.

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"luna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"luna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay the next one is Luna and June's perfect harmony that sounds like good white noise a little bit more white noise and I need yeah when you buy the whole album because yeah cat people are wanting wide their cats don't like their music this might be something therapeutic that you can have playing and it's a twenty fifteen album yeah apps music for cats is easy on one like really like would like you know to have like a little timer of music on so their cat could have company if they could relieve seventy two hours absolutely long can you leave a cat alone longer than a dog like like a ninety no I think you can go for days I think we discussed this before if someone's out there in in more buying please help us but I more cap things Laurie are able to I'm not gonna stop yeah well I think I may get by that by Las Katie okay so also for the report is a group for I'm a group of kittens born to this born to the same mom is called what also a gaggle of the Fokker geese murders a Packer crows a bunch of kittens is a it's a good one little of what Google now caboodle like that answer I don't have any kindle kindle kindle and then when they when they get older what are they called how can you have all babies know old cat from the same model I am a new name well they do they're not louder not like chowder like chowder but its cloud of louder I've got a cloud of cats here yeah there you go the world's oldest cat just turned how old do you think twenty seven Danny I was gonna say in the upper twenties thirty rubro it's an orange and white cat he's is that is it yes Donna she I know that tabby the startled well this is kind of interesting about the color of cats okay for over length of life for something no this is just the color of cats by gender and it's based on chromosomes is most calico into forty cats are female most ginger ale yeah their mail and it's based on the chromosomes what color they are and that's like what you see with the Drake and I you know hand you know the docks in the dark world men are pretty even know what your speed I'll never Dyrrhachium is that a man can a man doctor mailbox is a glory I was married to a doctor for years we had stuff never a pretty great the men are pretty yeah the ladies aren't I'm now the musical cats we've been talking a lot about it he looks so bad I can't wait till it comes out we can make fun of it for at least holding man I'll be go yeah I won't go your own way but you don't I saw that Lee ms in the theater and it was just her and ever and ever that player it's we know now it's based on a collection of poems by TS Eliot called old possum's book of practical cats I don't even think I don't know that that show even holds up anymore let me tell the ferret kids can't they we are honoring their cat lovers it was published old possum's book of practical cats in nineteen thirty nine it follows the whimsical antics of a group of felines but the manuscript was originally intended to feature dogs to add at the end Eliot determine dogs don't seem to lend themselves to verse quite so well collectively as cats yeah try that that's interesting it was probably like a beautifully illustrated book or something when it came out the phone book yeah this poem books are yeah but I'm just saying that match your you get the idea for the Broadway you know the cats who has more bones dogs cats alligators are people don't ever say cats yeah yeah yeah because honored in forty four border little compares any bone compared to humans who live to intern six while I now male cats had barbed **** were painful for the lady cat they do that everything is Kareem they do serve represent cream review ever cats mate no they scream like they're being murdered but it is unable to come well I don't know what the old ones died yeah I but they let me tell you have one cat now well this is why you would scream if you had to do with the barbed well let me let let me tell you what happens learn with the classics June I don't even need to the tarp stimulate the ball very well allowing the female to Abby late and also being from escaping mid sacks right I don't like anything about cats sex that you're telling Kitty cats are typically loners.

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"luna" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"luna" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Kevin. Thank you so much tuning our guest tonight Diego. Luna as everybody. Such a big fan of his work. We're going to talk about the new season of narcos Mexico seriously. If you're gonna watch one thing on Netflix right now, you should watch my stand up special. But if you're gonna watch two things knuckles is pretty damn good. So we're going to be chatting about that. But first, let's catch up on today's headlines. Gender is a complicated topic these days and gender reveal parties are just fuel to the fire. The Arizona star is new video showing an explosion at a border agents gender reveal party that apparently sparked the twenty seventeen sawmill wildfire agent. Dennis Dickey admitted to accidentally starting this fire that burned forty seven thousand acres in the Santa Rita mountains. He was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay restitution of more than eight million dollars. The guy was trying to have a gender reveal party and ended up burning down a forest. Congratulations. Its lawsuit gender reveal things are getting out of control because when it started popping a balloon now people are setting off explosions. It's a bomb you sitting on a bomb. It's gotten so violent. I feel like we're month away from a gender reveal drive-by shooting. It's a girl. Enjoy it. They grow up so fast. Moving on bitcoin. It's the fidget spinner of currency. But there are still some people who want in on the trend. Ohio is the first to bitcoin is a form of tax payer that businesses and the state can register online to pay their taxes with the crypto currency everything from cigarette sales taxes to employ withholding taxes can be paid using bitcoin. Eventually the state will expand the initiative to individual filers. That's right. You know, Hieaux you could pay tax using bitcoin. And I'm pretty sure people who use bitcoin don't pay tax. So what the point of this is, you know, that's the whole point of bitcoin you hide your money. And Secondly, bitcoin is super volatile. I don't understand why government would mess with that. It's value goes up and down like crazy. Can you imagine entire government funded by bitcoin? We're gonna be paving the roads like why I never on stop but coin tanks. We're kind of this unpaved. I'm pave I'm pay wherever way. Wait. Wait. Wait. It's bounced back repave repay repay again, re re unpaved Rian pave finally moving on the holidays are just around the corner. And it seems that everyone is feeling the.

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"luna" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"luna" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy said confused ta go wound on narcos and returning to Star Wars fig is I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused. I'm back after the thanksgiving break. Yes. I took a week off from the podcast, please forgive me. But the good news is more content is coming your way than you will know what to do with because we are in that state time of year when every good movie comes out, and there's a ton of great TV and the guests are just going to keep on common until I can't even speak anymore. So I hope you guys enjoyed your your own thanksgiving break enjoyed your time with your family and friends, and maybe even caught up with a movie or two, I know I'm still catching up with the best movies of the year. I watched the new cone brothers movie last night getting all the screeners. So I get to kind of pick and choose on the the films that I haven't seen yet. But I'm getting closer to figuring out what my top ten list and some time. Choices to make. It's been another great year in film have every type. I mean, there's there's blockbusters that are gonna be on my list, and there's going to be weird little indie, movies and stuff. You've never heard of and stuff that you can't get away from. But that's the beauty of a top ten list. You got to shine a light on on different kind of movies that resonated with you. Anyway, we're not talking about film right now. We're talking about TV because my guest today on the podcast is Mr. Diego. Luna who is currently starring in the new season of narcos narcos, Mexico, which is kind of a continuation. There's some commonality past seasons of narcos, but really is its own thing. It's kind of rebooted different kind of story for the Narco series and starts Diego. Longside? Michael also has a very significant role in it ended his available for you right now on net flicks. I recommend it and Diego is wonderful. When it is a fascinating interesting character at the center of the of the drug trade in the eighties in Mexico, Mexico. City is is in fact, where Diego was born and raised where he makes his home. Now, he is a proud member of the community of proud member of the theatrical community, he talks at length in this podcast about doing a lot of feeder still in Mexico and wanting to make home and contribute. His art there. He's just a one of those guys. Just fantastic significant great life force in the university ago. His enthusiasm is contagious. I think you'll really enjoy spend the next forty five minutes with him as I did. We talk about a great number of things, including of course, narcos, but also his childhood growing up as the son of artists becoming a teenage sensation on telenovelas and being something of an asshole at the age of fifteen his words, not mine, and then of course, collaborating with his great buddy of is entire life. Gael Garcia Bernal offense. Korans e to mama tambien, which changed the course of his career and kind of put Fonzie in some ways on the map and set him on an amazing course, so we talk a lot about that. And then of course, bring it up to the president. We talked about being a part of rogue one of that just a year ago year and a half ago. I don't know time flies. But that's when I I kind of got to know Diego, and he was such an fusi ass tick part of that process. He loved every minute of being a Star Wars movie and still and being part of the press store and just being a part of a pop culture phenomenon that was important to him growing up. And I'm so thrilled for him. And for us that we're going to get to see him star in his own spin off Star Wars TV series for the new Disney streaming service, all that his character Kassian door. We don't really know anything about it. But we do a bit about sort of how it came to be. And it's hopes is his excitement for being a part of. I think going to ten. More episodes, ten episodes telling Kassian story, obviously, if you've seen rogue one, you know, it'll be a prequel Nuff said anyway, so this was a fantastic conversation any conversation with a guy, a smart and talented and stick as Diego is a treat..

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"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"And also it may be if these rumors are true that Luna's Boston lack was out to get him. Then Lewis boss obviously would catch this and looking for a reason and it would be the sort of thing that he could actually, I don't know how much stink you wanna make us as embarrassing to your office so that it would get Luna fired. But the other guy, the probably talked to the same boss boss, what do you wanna do? The boss said, just make this go away. And that's the thing that I know. Double standard of her bosses name. It's is your, there's ties you in there or something. I mean, he didn't like Luna. So it may be that Luna realize that even if the plea deal could be completed and go through the boss was gonna fire him. But at that point it's a boss, fires him while it might be a bit of professional disgrace. It's not professional ruined because he still would have his licence theory still unless the practice law. Well, unless the boss decided to say mak- make stink out of the whole withholding of evidence and just say, look, I'm going to refer you for whatever they have their have their office. I am trying Affairs to. of some. Office of professional responsibility like the FBI has specked? Yeah, that if you know you go, you go and say, yeah, I got fired from my last job because I withheld a lot of evidence and wrote an illegal plea deal. That's gonna throw up some flags most Grasset that are in your better call Saul, your Willie MacRae people who get fired from those kind of jobs, they go into private practice. Then you don't have to tell anybody that I left working for the US government because it's a crock crooked system, blah. This latter was all just bureaucracy and putting away poor people, and I hated it right. Four. That'll be five hundred dollars. Yeah, let's let's talk about. Let's go back to the murders here for a second. So we already went back on this back for just a second because there's been a lot of when I don't know how much, but I know that people have actually been at least one book written about this case. A lot of intimations out there that perhaps. It might have been FBI, et cetera. DOJ some people who've murdered Luna for the simple reason that yet it was this big, explosive scandalous cluster that come up in this trial, and it was going to because of because of the offensive found out about Warren Grace's conduct. And the fact of the matter is, is that they basically protected a real menace to society out during the street instead of a rest in the guy that's a little scandalous and maybe some people wanted to keep that covered up. And maybe Jonathan Luna basically said, you know, guys, I can't. I can't cover this up and good conscious. I can't conscience. I can't do that. And so they decided, well, okay, Johnson, what we're going to do is find somebody else to write that right that agreement and we're gonna whack. You. So you've turned what used initially stated as revisiting the murder theory into a giant government cover up theory, giant spirit. You've actually added your fourth theory Asir while there is, well, it's murder, but the reason I brought, I just bring it up is I don't want to our listeners to start doing a little reading on this. Wow, they totally missed this whole government conspiracy thing, but I picked up on it. So if you look at that, I mean, what's. I could see where if balloon was not going to be a team player, there's well, what are we going to do about this? And so they rain shouldn't be killed and they sort of they pursue the investigation as good as well as they can. And then they just start leaking all this stuff to the press mentioned campaign kind of smear campaign and then and then it's like they find any evidence of any actual murder at the site. They just sort of quietly ditched that and and they keep leaking stuff and leaking stuff..

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"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Right. And that, of course, Poindexter remember, he's the guy who's want. It's going to be tried for murder. Yeah, he knew holding strong hand, and so he demanded the charges against the point extra dropped for murder and litt- agree to this. But there was a hitch, which is that federal law makes it illegal essentially to plea bargain away a case that is murder if it is drug related, so he couldn't have gone away couldn't actually make the case go away that easy. Yeah. And so he was kind of copying between a rock and a hard place and unfortunately for him, he couldn't really gloss over the drug angle this whole case, because remember he was going to prosecute the murder, and he'd already you've already built his case already submitted briefs documents and all kinds of stuff. Documenting the discovery process documenting that this murder wasn't very, very much drug related, so so he's got a square the circle somehow. He's the judge. Judge. Quarrels was informed of this pending plea agreement. Linnet a habit ready in the morning. Or him at nine thirty the next day. So it goes back to his office to do a little creative writing. But like I said, it appears he was having a little trouble squaring that circle because when he left his office later that night, the Smith agreement was all done. The Poindexter agreement was only about half done. They were found the next day on his computer by another lawyer in the office. And so Jonathon perhaps was looking at professional ruin with the way this case was going now, could this possibility of professional ruined in lots of lively could drive a man to kill himself? I would say yeah, sometimes it does. Sometimes it doesn't. Yeah, it just depends. I mean, a lot of it depends on all kinds of stuff. I mean, we don't know, but I definitely I would say that it was, you know, definitely entirely possible that his very very bad day was these thing that sort of tipped over into the into the whole suicide thing that and working at best buy? Yeah. The possibility of working at best buy, not the worst job. Probably not. I've actually learned greeter. That's the worst. Joe. I don't know. I think the guys who have to go down in like dig through poopers, probably bad job. Oh, Jerry or sanitaire workers? Probably not a very fun job. Yeah, they're paid really well. They gotta you gotta prove that's union job. Track rather dig. Poop. All did stand in the door of WalMart. Give me the poop back to our case here, and that's what the plea agreements. They were found a Louis computers. I said the next morning on the fourth. Another lawyer in the office quickly finished ready. The Poindexter agreement delivered to the court. It was signed. Everybody lived happily ever after except Jonathan Luna, except Jonathan Luna, even up the plea deal was well a little Hanky. It was kind of pretty. Pretty common. Kind of that kind of puts a nail in the suicide theory. Because if a second lawyer came in and had to finish the plea deal in a couple of hours and it was still accepted and they didn't know about Luna at that point, not yet. No, I don't believe they knew it wasn't as if they were motivated. Oh, well, let's just get this take care of because the guy died then well, it proves it the drive of Ogun this whole thing's going to fall apart. Maybe. I mean, if he's as good of a lawyer as he appeared to have been, I may have known that he could push that through. I feel like sometimes all it takes us a new set of eyes to come up with the way to square that. Round circle the circle or whatever it is. I mean, you know, sometimes it's it's, it can seem like his brain on top of everything else. Like, oh my God, there's no way I can make this legal. I'm already in trouble and kind of, you know, in bad shape with things, maybe being illegal, if I push this through and it's also illegal, it just adds to the pile of stuff that people can bring against me. I don't know how to figure this out, and then a new lawyer comes in and is like, I don't know. Yeah, this is an easy solution in my brain, but other people would never think of it well..

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"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"You know, it's funny. I always thought those things couldn't just be removed, but maybe it was early model apparently they can if you know what you're doing. Yeah. But the fact that Warren had broken the rules was plea agreement, and also the fact that it was a paid informant that I mentioned that he was paid, did I? Yeah, he was getting paid for this. I mean, all those things actually, those are relevant to prosecute because they go to his credibility as prosecuting witness. But the defense had not been told about this stuff will also they made a stink about it from day one. And as a day to they actually were starting to raise the possibility that this constituted actually big cover up by the FBI and the department of Justice of Warren's behavior. The judge the judge in this case is name was William corals. Federal judge basically said that the trial should continue because they still despite warrants lack of credibility as a witness. They still had all the tapes. There's still some having so much evidence you have Aswad go ahead with this now that and now, of course the jury has been informed as to Warren's transgressions while he was an informant. Well, we'll just continue and you know, you can bring it up in appeal guys, and so they went ahead with that on the morning, December third, FBI agent, Steve Skinner. Remember him. He ages Skinner. Yeah, and he lets slip that also that other thing about Warren grace which has just mentioned he was a paid informant, which, again, this is the first time that these found out about this, so you can imagine they hit the roof. They were very upset about not having been informed of this because I mean, obviously, if the guy's getting paid, he's got an Senator just say whatever the prosecution wants. Right, absolutely damages his credibility with the jury or at least it should. Yes, man at that. Yeah, puppet. Yeah. So at this point and of course, skin went on to actually admit to all violations of this plea deal, which they had turned a blind eye to the defense is this point made a motion for dismissal charge. Based on prosecutorial misconduct and again on this FBI prosecution cover up of all these crimes. This guy really should have been a foreign informant. He should have been arrested and locked up and judge quarrels refused to this miss. But he did agree to schedule an investigation into the way Luna and the b. i. handled their informant. So this is not good news for Jonathan Luna. And also for FBI Skinner definitely could be a career to any kind of thing this investigation into the informant, but also the fact that he had basically withheld evidence kind of system. Yeah. So it looks like he was gaming the system anyway. Yeah, prosecutorial misconduct really. So Jonathan Lewis started that week just a few days before this easy slammed on drug case then now to is later is blowing up in his face big time, and I'm not a lawyer, but I think that he could have probably been disbarred for his conduct in withholding that information possible. It's possible. So we're talking losing his job and just a loss of livelihood. You can't be a lawyer anymore, professional disgrace and probably a few other people in the attorney's office. The FBI. We're also feeling a little bit of heat. I'm sure agent Skinner was not happy about how this whole thing was turning out. He didn't wanna go work at best buy, probably not. And so this they had to be had to be made to go away. And this is why Jonathan Luna approach the defense lawyers a little bit later over the lunch break and offer them a plea deal, which would solve everybody's problem..

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"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"I mean, it definitely it would've made more sense to really, you know, I mean, just go down and pick a fight with some homeless guys and get beat up real bad and then go like, just throw yourself down in where the police will find. Yes. Guy, like Luna in Baltimore. It probably would not be so hard to get real beat up. He'll probably probably less painful than yourself thirty six times. Yes. It's illogical. Yeah. Spock. This one is not impossible at all, but it's it's a little bit of a stretch, I would say, okay. Yeah. Well, murder with an accident was left suicide. So we already talked about some of the stressors and Luna's life that might have been want to take his own life. Again, we're talking possible marriage issues, debt legal jeopardy from the missing thirty eight thousand bucks is Boston like him. His job was maybe in jeopardy also and I haven't got an into deeply. Yeah, but let's talk about this now which was his very bad day that day of December third in court. Oh, okay. Do you get a rough day. As I said, the trial Smith and point extra began to simmer first Monday. And from the very beginning to defense attorneys. Well, they had found out something that had been withheld from them by the prosecution which is found out about war, and they knew Warren was going to be a witness. And by the way for folks, you aren't aware, especially those that don't live in this country. The rule of law when you're on trial, is that the prosecution shares its information with the defense? Yeah, keep things hidden. The this is called discovery, this goverry process and they can't withhold stuff that's a big no-no. I believe that offense can to a degree, but not not Kyushu. No one's proving it. Yeah. So they've got like because everything they're gonna throw at them. They have to show them ahead of time so they can defend against up with an argument against it. Right, right. So our boys being a jerk and going around and selling drugs and doing. Possibly intimation city might have murdered a person to do. You know why. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, I don't think he did that when he was wearing a wire and he also you also was his ankle bracelet either. He took that off whenever we felt like it..

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"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"There was also gonna prosecute that, and this is serious stuff. Smith was looking at several decades in prison, Poindexter, death penalty. And so big thing essentially, Diaz miss was a mid level drug supplier in Baltimore. Poindexter bought from him and use these to supply his street level guys that the guys on the corner and has had a star dealer named Warren grace. Warren got arrested was facing huge amounts of time and offer determined to essentially squeal on Smith and Poindexter states evidence. Yes, actually. So while for PD turned it over to the FBI the Justice department. So there was an FBI named Steve Skinner who was running that I'm going to run him as an informant agent center. Asian scatter. The x. files say, I know I associate that poor guy. Sure. He gets that costs on lengthy. And I think he's still at the FBI. Yeah. So Luna was supervising this whole operation and they, he dropped a couple of charges against Warren just to show his his goodwill and then weren't agreed to be their informant against these two. He pleaded guilty to charges possession and gun possession also, and he was remanded to a halfway house until he was sentenced. Now, in the meantime, he's gonna be. They're gonna be there snitch and it's gonna wear a wire and everything. And he had they had a written agreement. He was going to not use any guns via not engage in violence. He was going to not use drugs or sell drugs. Gonna not leave the halfway house without FBI permission. Gonna wear an ankle bracelet. And of course he broke every one of those rules ever seen a lot of us at no time at all. He was out shooting up the neighborhood and selling drugs and all that stuff. Actors, old habits. Yeah, yeah. So he was it's kind of ironic, you know that he was. He was special informant and they were really overlooking all this stuff because he was wearing a wire and getting some good information on Smith and Poindexter. So that at some point it seems to me like they got their priorities a little skewed because I mean, here's Warren who is at least as big a minister society. These two guys trying to put in jail and they're kind of covering for him while they're trying to lock these guys gotta one meal. Really wasn't a good situation. Anyway, Smith and Poindexter were arrested may two thousand three, both for possession and trafficking. Of course, Walter Poindexter arrested for murder. That was a murder of a guy named Alvin Jones drug related, as I said, and it was decided they would be tried together for the drug charges and then immediately right after that Poindexter charged for the murder also prosecuted by Jonathan. Well, the trial for the drug charges began to save, refers to thousand three which is just two days before Jonathan Luna's last ride. This case should have been a slam dunk for the prosecution. They had tons of audio tape of Both Smith and Poindexter saying all kinds of incriminating things. And of course they had Warren Grace's testimony. There's star witness, but unfortunately for the prosecution warranted, not turn out to be as credible, a witness, everybody at hoped. Yeah, believe it or not. And it. Jonathan Luna approach to the fence team at lunchtime on Wednesday, December third, and offer them a plea deal. And that's the one who was working on on the night that he disappeared. So this is what's going on in his life today that he left Baltimore for his big long car ride, and it have a bearing on him winding up dead. Well, maybe we gotta talk about all that in our theories. But before we got a series, let's take a quick break for a word from our sponsors..

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"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Apparently that's not true. The medical examiner said that all the stabs were basically wrench chest shoulders neck. See now there's you gave us that article that was Mr. Luna's midnight ride. Yeah. And the guy who wrote that wrote some other articles chasing this story and said that he actually talked to the mortician that dealt with the body and said that the cuts on the hands were so much that I tried to stitch together for, you know, for the funeral and in the end for the viewing, they had to put his hands gloves because they were just so sliced up. They couldn't stitch. It closed, hide it. Yeah. So that would lead one to believe that they're actually caught more. And that person also indicated that the cuts on. His back because there were cuts on his neck and his shoulders. They were more around the middle of his back. Kind of near shoulder blades out would appear to be out of reach of what a person could normally reach. You get that issue between your shoulder blades, educate get. That's the only place where I get it. They indicated that the recruits back there. So that's why I questioned the the wombs weren't as bad as as they were, but I've seen credible, very credible sources say that all that is who claim that his scrotum was slashed and I've heard about, but then the best like the best sources. I just say that it was thirty six just around in places that were not impossible for him to reach. If he it self inflicted wounds morticians also the one who talked about the scrotum having several that not appear to be anything that a man would normally do to himself. Now, typically, that's not a place we. Go to. So I gotta say that's kind of up in the air for me. It really is. I mean, obviously if he has a stab wound like between the shoulder blades where he could not possibly have reached that sort of changes, things does it really does. But so we're just gonna have to be agnostic on that particular one thing. So based on our crime scene and the wounds and the evidence of his very long, explain car ride. It looked like, you know, at first blush that Luna had been abducted, perhaps and then murdered, but then evidence from the car and the crime scene didn't totally support that they're actually not at all. There was there was nothing found in the car. There was a partial fingerprint that was unidentifiable and a little bit of blood that didn't belong to Jonathan Luna. Those are found in the car, but that was it. And other than that, there was no evidence that anybody other than Luna had been in the car, no DNA or hair, or fingerprints footprints or anything. The blood wasn't also at the crime scene rate. I mean, most of blood was in the car. Most of the blood was in the car. I assumed it was there was some on the ground in your hand. You know, but it was evidence wasn't that somebody had walked up to him there and stopped him thirty six times and he'd stumbled down right the creek bed. No, no, no evidence for that. No, no evidence. Somebody had been in the car with them either. Yeah, that would be forced to be on your crews..

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"luna" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Luna the dow jones and jio luke maye joe back kazakh hoping director of other night 'cause i knew too cover the act because i'm going to love yet pure walk love yet two two vijay singh though lay oh alex chilton covering the seeds can't seem to make you mine and nice pick grade caught vat wraps up our suggestions for i want you back songs for valentine's day now we want to hear from you only the message on our hotline with your pick and why at eight eight eight eight five nine 1800 or connect with us on facebook or twitter mr cot my valentine what is on the show next week he next week jim we have an indepth conversation in performance from an upandcoming artist named sir the baptist whose combining gospel in hiphop greg sound opinions was produced as always by brennan benazech alex claiborne and ianna contrasts.

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"luna" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Me i don't know on the movie when they now i don't know it's want to be liked by metre here's what people who like me oh god all right guys once again thank you for listening luna thank you for letting me through me at your it wasn't a very odd also today was the first day that i met luna and i'm like hey i'm going to rub rancho everybody cool yes just the i i just i just know how to you know have i i don't know what i'm saying an icebreaker okay it is good said we forever we'll have ranch me on her i don't think i've ever gonna have rich like i shy lucchi during the small no no i blew cheese i hate that's an intense smell you kaiser i know i loved baluchis delicious a plethora of it on the human body he's just like like i just can't eat for the rest of the night because i think that we should seriously 100 absent i mean this in the best way possible lather you and honey in through joe pickle slices at you i think that's the growing pickles for me because i fucking love pick god to be shown picky must up on bus stop smoking we'd stop fucking spoken we die i was gonna be i was going to do the podcast something else that i lost it i haven't smoked weeding i though the risk things that she comes up with them and she's high when she said what was your weren't going to be though will he bankin the chocolate factory lou but duper d do i'm gun a touch shoe where you go prove see identify i i like behind the if i know where you pee no no no i always felt better.

luna joe pickle
"luna" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Luna mm man don't know news no luna home.

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"luna" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Luna mm man don't know news no luna home.

luna
"luna" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"luna" Discussed on WTRH

"Luna whoa ooh aw hello hello this is on leader the david pogue yeah the.

david pogue