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Fresh update on "ma" discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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Dan Bongino to Cumulus: Cancel My Radio Show or End Your Vaccine Mandate
"I don't do PR stunts and too old for that We're gonna be 47 You know I've got two kids and a wife and a couple careers under my belt Involved in a lot of businesses and a lot of things And joy you know my life it's a good life But I'm not here for PR stunts or any crap like that There was a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes for a long time I don't share on the air because I promise people I wouldn't and I don't violate my word But if you think what happened yesterday was something new that just won itself out of thin air You'd be incorrect There's a lot of fights I engage in behind the scenes I don't make them public because I don't want them to appear to be public relations ploys or anything like that However I felt in light of some people being let go and move around in different jobs that it was time to make the fight public So if the show disappears from the air you know why So let's grab that That was one of the leftist hits yesterday Why do I address these things You know I get it We're all sane We don't you know pay much attention to these idiots because I think it's important you understand it as well Second this is not some contract thing Jim how many weeks have we been on the air Is this 21 weeks 22 okay As I joked in the podcast this morning it's not a contract thing No one in radio I know of signs a 23 week contract The show was not the only way off the air next week Next year next Wednesday show is done It was a 23 and a half week contract for those of you in the radio business or those in any business You could probably figure out that this contract had absolutely nothing to do with it This was again a matter of principle I know left this you have a hard time understanding that That's why you're left this because you have no dignity or principles We all get that We understand that about you You'll never understand the idea of us and standing behind principles We get that because you just don't have them Can't understand what you don't know It's like trying to teach a dog physics Trying to teach the left about principles is trying to teach Lucy my dog F equals MA She's not going to get it It doesn't matter how many times you play or a Khan Academy tape okay Or a YouTube video It's not going to happen So yes it had nothing to do with the contract Third It doesn't have anything to do with my vaccine status I have been public repeatedly about my vaccines That is you know that I am undergoing a battle with a disease right now that you know we'll get some updates on soon And that's just what I chose to do But that's the whole point He left the stone understand that either How could a guy who was vaccinated be going to war for people who aren't don't want to or have natural immunity Again leftist I'm not expecting you to understand that You don't have any dignity or
Fresh update on "ma" discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"That's the only opportunity. I had interesting now. Of course i think today it in. We're not so far removed but totally fifteen sixteen years ago. Seventeen years ago. Something like that. We're talking about but today it's a much different world. Of course we're not still fighting those wars Thank god bought the the people who were there just a couple of years ago had iphones and stuff and or and could do something like this and can communicate with their families so it has gotten better and in some respect. Now tell me about your service in particular. I and i had not read the book yet. I plan on it. But What i've been reading a book dill mic mentioned. The three musketeers. Now i'm thinking as a woman. Are you segregated in when you're doing when you get over there It women men here or you in different. Tell me about that experience. Because i have you know. Educate me on that. I've no idea what you experienced when he got there and the gender stuff is is Interesting to me. yes to musketeers. Actually happened off now. When i went back as a civilian contractor and there were i i found a fellow filipina. I'ma filipina was born and raised in philippines and then there was a filipina do of them. We came from the same country. We spoke the same language. and what. guess what you were all. The three of us were veterans. What a coincidence so one of our coworkers. His name is dog. I still remember. He's from taxes. He named as three mosques theaters. So we were told that we were Period of the organization and that We volunteered for everything. And they love those who believe we even even volunteered to pick up the mail from their port. You know and we were very happy. We're we're just full of energy doing everything a bringing packages our fellow workers Like santa claus and know that three musketeers originated from. Filippini's me an me and tell me about when you get there now Places already been pretty bombed out by by the air attacks by a and b but You get there. And what is your assignment i if you basically Are you walking walking through dangerous territory with not knowing who the enemy isn't just give me some sense of what you experienced when you first got there and what you were thinking and feeling the mission and all of that i share her. I'm you know we cannot. We don't know who our enemies are because they didn't have uniform there's over restoring wishing them and the first time the first year we were there that was in two thousand three and now that's in the northern iraq in mosul and i work in a hospital and the first year defense was not we were not surrounded by the blast walls or concrete walsh column. We were surrounded by Just iron fence where you see that rockies outside and they can see us so those difficult like i. One day. I was looking at this. I found this guy staring at me. He was in iraq is an iraqi and he was looking probably wondering why. What a woman's doing in place like this. So i played tough and jazz. Tapped my chum weapon. I said hey i don't mess with me and now i but did i tell you how i got to mosul northern iraq. No i you. I was separated from my unit That was in two thousand three when we invaded iraq. I had a critical mission. And i had the stay behind my commander appreciated So i had. I was attached to a big hospital in southern iraq and after their mission was completed. Than where would i go. What will i do and my the rest of my unit will already went to the northern iraq. What we call mosul is the city of loizeau. that's where the profit joyner was buried anyway. And then i called my commanding officer on had his advice was well one there. You deployed went redeploy with the hospital too. You can rejoin nice to the argument iraq. However it is impossible to do that. And i told him it is impossible. It was impossible. Because i try to talk to the units mobilising north the north. And nobody would take me so at that time. I said it was difficult for a woman like me to hit your right to hit a ride through the north one day. You know i didn't. I'll one day. My miracle is starting to happen all at the same time. I didn't know that. God's sent me set michael and suddenly one day. He's shown up in our ten asking for litter patient to pick up later litter patient. I said my fellow soldier. And i look at each other and said it is a joke you know there was no litter patient or inadequate depict top when that day and so i said my salad famous screaming to the hell my said but i was willing to become his passenger and he took his helmet off. I do remember. He took his helmet off sunglasses. And i will never forget that smile. He said okay. Pick up your gears. And i will meet you the helipad in twenty minutes in twenty minutes. You know what i. They've mad after. I said goodbye to my fellow. Soldier unknown jurors running in.
US Rep. John Yarmuth to Retire From Congress
"Biggest news story yesterday that you don't know is a huge news story is this. John yarmouth is quitting. Now you don't know who congressman John yarmouth is, and thus you happen to be listening to me in Kentucky. He is represented Louisville for a long time. And he is quitting. He is also the chairman of the budget. Committee. So he actually had a big job. Why is he quitting? Because there is a tsunami coming. The Democrats have gotten everybody mad at them in record time. Joe Biden's numbers are slipping under the 44% approval number. The big news yesterday is that Terry mcauliffe is going down with the Biden ship, reached out desperately and asked, you know, he has to come campaign for him. Not the president of the United States. The former president of the United States Barack Obama. Barack Obama is going to show up, but I hate to break it the Democrats, you still like him I know, but he's not the crowd generator and he's not the enthusiasm manufacturer that he used to be, and you can't stop people like John yarmouth from saying, I'm done here. And you know why the Democrats are not quitting? All the Democrats in Congress are saying, no Mas no Mas. It's not just because of redistricting and Joe Biden's unpopularity. They all need a job when they lose. In the 2010 election. After the ObamaCare fiasco, which is not as big as the fiasco of the Biden spending. It's one third the fiasco of the bidens. When the American people don't like to spend money they don't have money that they're borrowing. You have any Democrats lost in 2010, 63. 63. That meant 63 Democrats looking for jobs in Washington D.C. and John yarmouth is smart and says, you know, I'm going to go find a job before I lose. I'm not going to get bailed out of time with everybody else on a red tide. I'm getting out of here. So that's a tell.
Vaccine Mandates Are About Power; Not Helth
"Dennis prager here an interesting outright now from cnbc. On the thing that i have wanted merck says it is now. it's new. Cova pill reduces the risk of hospitalization and death by half some patients they face three trial of merck and rich back bio therapeutics oral antiviral treatment. Mall nuke you know it's funny. All of these teams are tough. The first time and like i remember hydroxy chloroquine and now it comes off the tongue like hello. Let's see mal new pie. Revere mary go ma new pie revere why do they make up. These names that showed it reduced the risk of hospitalization or death by around fifty percent of covert patients merck plant seek emergency use authorization in the us it author if if off the rise by regulatory bodies mo new pair of air could be the first oral antiviral medicine for covert. So here's an interesting question if you if this is out. Why do we insist that people take the vaccine because it has nothing to do with health. It's in the guise of health just like the destruction of america and the power to the left emanates from anti-racism. It's the it's simply the front. Under which power is exercised
America's Children Are Desperate to Be Ruled
"This Wall Street Journal article this week. These two researchers who talk about how the country no longer has moorings to family and God and local civics groups and things like this. We're not anchored in any of that anymore, and therefore the kids are like free atoms. He calls him and these free atoms cling on to anyone who tells him what to do. Where am I asked about was, uh Oh. Okay, ma, where put stick this in your arms. They don't even do the home of day. Don't care They don't get they just want to be told what to do. They Are desperate. To be ruled. You have 50% of the country that is eager to be placed in servitude. They are lemmings. They genuflect before their government gods who don't even follow the same rules. They tell them. They love it while they laugh at two year olds crying. Oh, my gosh, This kid is crying on too bad, huh? That little turd. He better put that mask on his face. That's how sick these people are. Then you've got 50% of the country says Hey, if I want to wear a mask or wear a mask, If I want to take a vaccine, I'll take a vaccine. But, you know, I live in a free country. I'll make those decisions myself. Thank you very much. If you want to stay home and live your life in fear find you do that. And they think where the crazy
People Chanting "Selena" at Justin and Hailey Bieber at Met Gala
"Talked about this a little bit last episode during the met gala when we mention justin bieber and haley bieber. There were people chanting selena's name when they're on the red carpet and everyone was wondering why Haley justin look a little sad could be because people were screaming selena's name ireland baldwin then came to the defense of justin and haley so ireland commented saying you know they're one of the happiest and most in love couples. I've ever gotten the chance to be around Because the Talk the talk had said like oh sleeper. Fans like trying to ruin their red carpet moment of she wrote. They don't care about them crying. Laughing emoji there one the happiest and most love couples. I i know that like they normally don't address this stuff. Especially the salinas stuff. I feel like hailey is really tried to stay away from talking about it because it always blows up until a much bigger thing. But i do think it is nice to have a ma like small comment from a family member jump in there. Because i don't know personally. I just feel like i was haley. It it blows up so much and you probably want to just ignore it and you know that if a friend or family member says says something this story just continues. But it's gotta feel kinda nice of somebody defend you.
Nicki Minaj Stayed Home From the Met Gala For a Very Ballsy Reason
"We haven't even gotten to nikki. Montages cousins swollen testicles from the vaccine. Now if you don't think i'm going to cover nikki. Massages cousins swollen testicles. You don't know me. I mean you don't you don't know this show very well. Of course we're going to have to cover that. Of course we're going to have to discuss nikki massage refusing to go to the met gala. Last night here in new york city because there was a vaccine requirement. And she has a cousin. I think in trinidad who got a vaccine and has swollen testicles and other side effects and her line was listen. I if i get the vaccine. He said the ma- the met gala has a vaccine requirement. If i get the vaccine it's not going to be to go to the met gala. She's got a point like they think they're so important over there those liberal elitist wealthy crazies
Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3
"A change of venue didn't bother New Orleans Saints one bit force from the Superdome after hurricane I did too open against the Green Bay Packers in Jacksonville the saints marched all over the pack thirty eight to three Janus Winston threw for only a hundred forty eight yards but fired five touchdown passes we were prepared despite the adversity of having to be in Dallas despite all the things that happen at home R. mas at St St we prepare to play gets Green Bay and played the best football that we can we did that backup tight end joint Johnson caught a pair downstairs capped the day with a fifty five yard bomb rating MVP Aaron Rodgers on the other hand kept out of the end zone and picked off twice suffering his worst loss as a Packer starter mark Daniels Jacksonville
Journalist Natalie Winters on Big Tech's Attempt to Silence Trump Supporters
"Think that when it comes to big business the framing of it. It's not a uniquely chinese communist party issue. i think it's it's the issue that one. These firms started outsourcing their labor their manufacturing capabilities. I think their allegiance followed. And you know a lot of these these big corporations. They want the open borders. They want the cheap labor. But i've always said that you know. These open borders work both ways in the sense that they want cheap labor and and they want to send jobs out. They want to send our manufacturing capabilities outwards. And and i think it's you know you don't even have to kind of speculator or make guesses as to where their their allegiances and ideologies lie. Charlie munger who is big guy in finance but guy business He said quote china to the right thing and response to how the chinese government treated. Jack ma blue. Jack ma is is. No hero is still a member of the chinese communist party but as someone who who the chinese government kind of tried to just person and do away with because he wanted to maybe get a little creative In terms of innovation and the anchor rubai which is an offshoot of of alibaba but he sat in an interview. China was right how they handled him. And i think that just shows you and that speaks to what i was talking about in the beginning. Which is this idea of elite merger as opposed to just elite capture. In the sense that you know. I think frankly and you're talking about big business. I think it's hard to not talk about big tech. You know what. The chinese communist party did to jack. Aw i think is really what big tech in big business wants to do to trump supporters
Tom Aspinall ‘Not in a Rush’ to Face Top UFC Heavyweight Contenders
"Let us head to tom. Aspen all this as as legit of a heavyweight prospect as we have seen in quite some time in the ufc's young skilled he's talented. He's smart between the ears and he just he gets it aka. He's a no rush to get to where he expects to go. He stops sergei spivak in just over two minutes. He made it look easy. Where does he go from. Another impressive win. He said just give him. He said he said he's number thirteen. The rankings. I believe he's number thirteen. And the ma fighting global rankings. Well mentally so. I agree Bump them up. Whoever's ahead of them. So i have i think a customer and blah blah in front of them i think skies a couple of spots higher so i'm skipping over blog away and go into pretty simple for me another fight. I think aspen all at this point would be like probably at least minus two fifty favorite that maybe not too much higher because suck is good stuff But yeah asmara has the right idea. Give me tough opponents. But guys like a definitely finish if i'm on my game. I think that's psychiatrist. Do not even if you want a decision it's a kyw again. Very very component. I still think it'd be impressive. And after that then then we're talking top
Worcester, MA Mandates Vaccines for City Workers
"The latest mandate vaccines well, all 7300 city workers WBC John Bay back is in the Worcester bureau city manager at Augusta says the vaccination policy is currently being drafted. It will be announced in the very near future city manager says It's the right time for the vaccine mandate. As the Pfizer vaccine has received full approval from the FDA U Mass Memorial Health Center in Worcester is requiring all of its employees to be vaccinated by the end of the fall Oyster trying to Clampdown is spiking and the numbers of coronavirus cases marked in part by the highly contagious, built a variant in the Worcester
How Should Conservatives Break Up Big Tech?
"Alibaba kerry. The book is hash tag deleted. It's about how they tried to delete how they tried to stop the trump mega movement. And we only have a few minutes left as conservatives. What is the solution to all of this. Some say go in like ma belle. Break up the The the the the the cartel quasar monopoly these organizations have denude them of that. What is it to thirty immunities. That were they would provide in the nineteen ninety s. What if we had a magic wand what would be viansa to seeing the first amendment alive and well on social media as well as everywhere else though clowns. Thomas has a very good opinion on that but everyone should read nation back in april for the night bus. The is biden buses nights. Best amendment you pay and essentially the food so you can have public accomodation laws or you can have common carrier laws. We can have a simple anti discrimination law. any one of those will work and texas is Once the once the house democrats come back them. You know. stop author being crybabies Texas willpower the law that will essentially apply Common detector and then i think is the way to go home and carry it probably dates and the all antidiscrimination the laws carrier option. If you're coming carrier then you have to provide service on an non-discriminatory basis Weasel nondiscriminatory basis to everyone. Who wanted him there. You can still nice service but the reasons which you can deny. Service are very limited and restricted by statute. It's not the wide expansive ban. Anyone any sorts like access to telephones. The social media must be as unrestricted as as having a hotline in your house precisely and yukon band. Meeting telephone
Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport
"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning.
"ma" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
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Life's Tapestry With Florence Taylor
"Hello y'all lawrence. Taylor is a delight. She does so much in. Continues is so much in the sewing community. She is one of those reliable trustworthy voices that i turned to she works with so many different companies in different capacities supporting so many small business owners so many small black business owners so many small black women business owners through the fabric industry. And i'm so grateful for it. So i welcome in. I want get started with a channel brought umbrella of a question. It you're writing lawrence taylor. The play on broad wish and part of her character description was a sewing philosophy. What would it be. I look at sowing as my love. Language to myself to my family to my friends. So it's wearable of wearable ma. That is so beautiful because sewing. Came from a place of love for me. When i didn't think i I was worthy of it and when he was missing in terms of avoid of my mom. passing away so when anybody that i love where something that i think. They have to know that little whisper into the sewing. That's why so with an old machine. I whisper thoughts. And i say things. Like if i'm making something for my son i in this climate when i make him something a mike i hope this is bright in someone sees him. I hope that this doesn't attract too much attention but yet big him stand out. I hope that when he's walking invest. Someone sees it he. He's somebody that is worthy to still make it home. I'm not even kidding. I literally whispered these incantations for him for my husband and even for my daughter. Sometimes i just want them to be noticed in the sense that they're remembered they don't have to be more.
An Interactive Map to Track (and End) Pollution in China
"Choking smog polluted waters climate change. This has been the environmental cost of the tremendous wells in china of the past forty years at the same time. Hundreds of millions of people have put themselves out of poverty as environmentalists in china. I have witnessed all of this first. Hand the challenge we're phasing is. Can we clean up as fast. And as broadly as the massive development degrading our air water and climate china has one point four billion people a steel fast growing economy and is responsible for the biggest share of the current greenhouse gas emission. china knows it's global responsibility and has pledged to be carbon neutral by twenty sixty. It means more than ten billion metric. Tons of carbon emission must be stopped abi neutralized. How can we possibly do it. The pressing global climate situation requires each of us. Not just to do it but to do it faster. I believe there's a chance for us to succeed. As i know a tool that i've work to help reduce the enormous environmental pollution. It is the power of transparency. Pollution information made public using mobile internet and other. It technologies many empowers millions of citizens to speed. Change by holding corporations and government agencies accountable. I personally got involved in the transparency drive for or pollution control years ago. Besides lake tied the third largest freshwater lake in china. I saw a group of fishermen using loan lados to scoop out the one fisherman said to me when i was young on a holiday like this i would jump into the lake for a bath but now he said the fish are gone. And we're paid to scoop out the algae pointing to those factories not far from the shoreline. He said the lake would not be clean onto. They stop dumping years of research. Made me understand how hard it is to check the dumping
The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker
"When we walked in the door. I could not believe it. This place looked like it was from another time period retired community. College instructor sue sutton was a teenager in the mid sixties when her family moved to concordia kansas zeus father took her and her sister to the local bank to open bank accounts but when she walked in. She couldn't believe what she saw. The bank tellers were separated by bulletproof. Glass there were spikes. There were electrical wires running over the top of the partitions. It seemed over the top for local bank. Small five thousand person town in the great plains. Even the employees were expected to protect the bank. There was a shotgun behind the door and everyone who was in employee was encouraged to take target practice on their lunch hour down in the basement the bank. So why was the small town bank so intensely on lock. These modifications all came about because of the bank robbery that took place in nineteen thirty two eighty nine years ago this week on the morning of july twenty six nineteen thirty to a gang of bank robbers walked into the cloud county bank and concordia kansas and they walked away with more than two hundred thousand dollars without firing a single shot and the legendary mastermind behind it all the notorious avocado ma barker ma
Cori Bush Just Handed Republicans a 2022 Gift
"Let's listen together to corey bush. This is unreal. We i want. I need more of this interview. We should play this all day. In fact i'll just sit back worried about my kid. Try to figure out navigating flights and one person every twenty four hours and getting a tattoo on my forehead showing whatever they need us to do to be there credit to help my kid but maybe we'll just play this all day. Here's the squad's corey bush. We gotta go little extensively little bored deeper into the cbs interview. Let's listen to get congressman before we let you go. Let me ask you about something else. Aside from the moratorium you face. Some criticism in recent weeks over your push to fund the police Campaign records show that you spent roughly seventy thousand dollars on on private security. And some critics say that move is hypocritical. What's your response to those critics. They would rather die. You rather may die. Is that what you wanna see. You wanna see me die. You know because that could be the alternative. So either i spent seventy thousand dollars on private security over the last few months. And i'm here standing here standing now able to speak able to help save eleven million people from being evicted or i could possibly have a death attempt on my life and we're also talking about the same exact people who say horrible things about me who lie to get it to to build up their base and then because they lie about me. I received death threats now. They don't address the fact that i received death threats after they go on air and say horrible things about me but then they wanna say oh but she wants. She needs private security. I have private security because my body is worth being on this planet right now. I have private security because they the white supremacist racist narrative that they drive into this country. The fact that they don't care that this black woman that has put her life on the line they can't match my energy first of all this black woman who blitz her life on the line. They don't care that ma that i could be taken out of here. They actually probably are okay with that. This is the thing. I won't let them get that off. You can't get that off. I'm gonna make sure. I have security. Because i know i have had attempts on my life and i have too much work to do there too many people that need help right now for me to allow that so if i end up spending two hundred thousand if spend ten ten ten more dollars on it you know what i get to be here to do the work. So suck it up and defunding. The police has to happen. We need to define the police put that money into social safety nets because we're trying to save
Realtor George Tremis on How to Select The Right Team Members
"Now you've got people working with you in your team so tell me about How you select people. And what are you seeing. Someone that gives you a sense. They're gonna work out while. I think the first most important thing is is understanding one if they're good fit for the team in terms of our philosophy how we operate a we engage with our clients on engaged in the industry as for second line. Is you know that. Like i wanna make sure that the right fit. But how do you actually figure that out. It's a good question. I think is just about engaging with somebody one on one and seeing what their interests are there. Philosophies are their mindset you know we have some commonalities so for example if i told you Td jakes or less brown. You know maybe those names ring a bell with you. I'll go with more mainstream. Light tony robbins. So if you're somebody who who follows throws wants to personally develop. Ma none of that personal development dreadfully. You know that if your personal development neither his name's they'll know it right away exactly exactly right. So i figured that. There's some commonality there in terms of philosophy in mindset which is super important. I find that whether it's the brokerage or the team we have a very definitive mindset. And we're we're like in our thinking and how we approach business for the most part and the other thing too is. I'm looking for work ethic. Is well because nothing works if you don't work it so we all strive to top performers on the team so if somebody's not looking to be a top performer whether their engagement part-time or full-time than i don't know if it would fit with the vibe in the culture of the team that makes perfect sense tell me about dough name names but tell me about one of the people you brought on board and you're looking at them and going good good good good good. This is an area. They need to improve in how you got them to actually improve area. Interesting question I think the most prevalent area where people can improve is typically revert to his cold calling. Which i don't like to call cold calling but rather prospect colleagues so no call should be outright cold whether it's referral whether something generated through social media whether you you sent out communications before actually picking up the phone. I find that entire process. The entire philosophy is where most people have a lot of potential improvement. And where i find. I engage with my team to a great degree. Right just right from the opening of a call or or you know. The expression people always tend to talk themselves out of the sale. They just talk and talk and talk
China Cracks Down on Big Tech
"It was really interesting Here in the united states there's a lot of scrutiny over big tech the power that companies like google and facebook and amazon microsoft apple and twitter amassed You know i have a problem with it but You know you certainly. They certainly are powerful. He certainly are and You know maybe that's an issue the european union Thinks it's an issue so they're working on a lot a lot of different london for folks. what's interesting is of course the democracies it's a long drawn out process. Ftc investigates congress. Legislates there's a debate back and forth and nothing happens for a long time if ever that kind of thing. Meanwhile in china where the chinese communist party rules with an iron fist We don't have any of that debate discussion and they are cracking down on big tech and in some ways crack down a big tech in the ways that says some of our members of government would like to crackdown here. It's kind of interesting. It started Last year when The the company ant financial run by jack ma the founder of alibaba the amazon china cited do an initial public offering in the us in the us stock markets. China didn't like that. They cracked down the shutdown they Jack ma was a little Critical of the chinese regime saying you know they don't really allow us to be as capitalistic as we need to be the shut him down He disappeared for a while. reemerged But i don't think he's a china's richest man anymore and i don't think that and financial really is an you know they certainly didn't do their. Ipo now. They're cracking down on the uber of china. Dd actually cracking down on a lot of stuff. Ten cent why boko
"ma" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"Us into spring and the energy of completion is a sacred energy. it's an energy that allows us to tap into the bigger picture. it allows us to tap into the parts of life. We can't really control from the perspective of we have to let go. You know i'm not saying all of the mutable. Signs are easy or have an easy time with letting go specifically virgo But that is what the mutable signs are asking for. They're asking for us to let go to change in two shifts and that energy can bring a lot of sacred and spiritual experiences especially with jupiter jupiter. Having been pisces. This summer you know. Pisces is not only the last sign of the winter but it's the last sign of the zodiac. It is the last phase of life it is at the very completion where we let go of everything to transmit and transform into something brand new and from that fees or from that place. There's a lot of magic you know we could call it. God consciousness pisces. You know this is the phase of life where we're really going letting go and going with god right. We are returning To source we are meeting our maker however you wanna say. That's what pisces is about. Is that unconscious on dipping into our dreamland as we are asleep at night. It's that space where things are magical. Things are sacred their spiritual now. Jupiter being this giant planet who brings a lot of attention to the zodiac or the local sign where he transit's he has given a lot of attention to pisces the summer and so i hope that you have experienced thought that sacredness of the gods and the goddesses above synchronous cities spirituality a connection to source of in a huge amount of faith in what is going on in your life and in the collective that is what jupiter in pisces has asked for he has asked for us to let going like god and and have some faith and all of the work of the astrology leading up to this point has been about integrity and truth and honesty as we moved into the astrology of the year of twenty twenty-one if if if any astrologer had two sons about them they would look at this year's astrology and the first word they would think of as experimentation right. We've got a lot of stuff going on in the sign of aquarius this year. With your arana's screen saturn saturn bean inequalities. You're on speen. The modern ruler saddam being the traditional this strong aquarian energy of twenty twenty one is changeable unpredictable and experimental..
"ma" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"I think i think you're absolutely right in that Music i think really does stimulate the imagination and but what we really want to stimulate in in our young school age children is to have a passion for something and whether it's a passion through through music or or who kind of cultural literacy so that you can actually go and interpret the world all your courses and finding out that somehow Through a nonverbal language such as music. You can You can cross many many disciplines but you most of all connect someone emotionally to themselves and to to to their friends and i think that's something that more people are thinking about today. Here's in email from kate. Who says i was married last month and walked down the aisle to this song. Gabriel's oboe which i had heard before listening to the soundtrack to the mission but falen live with it. When i heard yoyo ma play our will I can see her walking down the i to this. I can see a lot of people walking down. The i love this music and anymore coney who is essentially the john williams of italy is one of the great film composers. Were ten the good bad ugly. He's written so many his gift for melody is supreme. Where are you when you are playing this. I'm in the space for love. I mean there's nothing. I mean that's more clear in my mind when i hear gabriel's oboe. It's it's about transcendent love. It's about earthly love. It's about you know it's that space. That's all receiving and compassionate And and passionate in clear your commitment book Yes commitment is hey long-term deal it's an affirmation of something. What's next for you. Are you thinking how far hit. I think i'm always thinking the same thing i'm most concerned about. Two things Passionate education and understanding the preconditions of creativity. So it's not what i might do. But sort of how. I might place myself. And my team and people friends and trusted colleagues in situations where people will want to continue to affirm their life through education and through creativity. Yoyo ma. he'll be performing at the kennedy center. This evening. pleasure to talk with you. Thank you in. That was my view cellist. yo-yo from november twelfth. Two thousand seven. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did. So for today you can.
"ma" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"The children would benefit so much in that in both confidence and academics and in creating a more peaceful you know community based world. And i want to know if you believe that. And if there's any practical ways we can get music education not just not virtuoso cellist but just to be able to appreciate bach and understand how music is important and relates to their math or whatever into the into the elementary school classroom. That's such a great question. And and i'd like to start by saying well. I think i think you're absolutely right in that Music i think really does stimulate the imagination and but what we really want to stimulate in in our young school age children is to have a passion for something and whether it's a passion through through music or or who kind of cultural literacy so that you can actually go and interpret the world all your courses and finding out that somehow Through a nonverbal language such as music. You can You can cross many many disciplines but you most of all connect someone emotionally to themselves and to to to their friends and i think that's something that more people are thinking about today. Here's in email from kate. Who says i was married last month and walked down the aisle to this song. Gabriel's oboe which i had heard before listening to the soundtrack to the mission but falen live with it. When i heard yoyo ma play our uh-huh i can see her walking down the i to this. I can see a lot of people walking down. The i love this music and anymore coney who is essentially the john williams of italy is one of the great film composers. Were ten the good bad ugly. He's written so many his gift for melody is supreme. Where are you when you are playing this. I'm in the space for love. I mean there's nothing. I mean that's more clear in my mind when i hear gabriel's oboe. It's it's about transcendent love. It's about earthly love. It's about you know it's that space. That's all receiving and compassionate And and passionate in clear your commitment book Yes commitment is hey long-term deal it's an affirmation of something. What's next for you. Are you thinking how far hit. I think i'm always thinking the same thing i'm most concerned about. Two things Passionate education and understanding the preconditions of creativity. So it's not what i might do. But sort of how. I might place myself. And my team and people friends and trusted colleagues in situations where people will want to continue to affirm their life through education and through creativity. Yoyo ma. he'll be performing at the kennedy center. This evening. pleasure to talk with you. Thank you in. That was my view cellist. yo-yo from november twelfth. Two thousand seven. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did. So for today you can.
"ma" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"And so i think in so many ways If music for example the franck expressing many forms of love or yearning or loneliness or or you know. Poignancy up i think it is so much easier to tap into the experience your own experience but also the stories of others as we go around other people's stories get incorporated into your own way of telling a story which is ultimately ends up being voice. Let's open the phones now. Let's go first to cleveland ohio. Good morning lance you're on the air. Good morning I just wanted to say how much. I love the silk road project. I have one of the cd's I love the combination then. The and the blending of western instruments and western additions with eastern instruments conditions that everything that you say earlier about building community and how music can do that is so true. I'm a. I'm a musician. I'm a singer myself. And i sing in a choir and and and do some other things professionally that that Led me wonderful communities that i would not have otherwise. Isn't that wonderful. That you have a way of expressing yourself that allows you to go into using your voice to change its slightly articulation or in in in in Enunciating or in pitch to take you into other worlds so you have the mechanism and the tools to find expressive content. Beyond where you start out with. Congratulations here's an email from steve and jane. This summer i had the pleasure of meeting. Yoyos brother-in-law michael. He told us the wonderful story of how your parents were afraid. You wouldn't be able to support yourself as a musician and there for your sister was told she needed to become a doctor is at apocryphal. Well i think i mean i. I think there's so many ways that parents worry about. I think so i think I think ultimately my what my sister has done which is really interesting that she is a doctor but she is back to her. I love playing the violin and with my brother-in-law organized wonderful children's orchestra and that and they have hundreds of members. I sound wanted to graduates all over the place and they infuse them with the love for the language of music and here. is that very next. Question from doray in danville virginia. Good morning good morning diane. Good morning mr. Ma is good morning. What a pleasure to get through the line and an honor to address mr ma My children love your music. They visit your music all the time and they played the piano..
"ma" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"This kind of residency are some courses that given in the faculty of arts and sciences for example. There's a professor Stephen greenland and giving a course on the silk road and his specialties. Shakespeare so he's imagining Three ships that leave the continent and go all over. The world brings us to fifteen hundred to sixteen hundred and then really finding out what's happening in the world around that time to music through dance through literature through and and it's it's another way of thinking about our world the way that we sometimes now think about our president world so i. I'm very happy with with Just this interaction with a fabulous student body and great faculty yoyo. Ma you be playing this tonight at the kennedy center Tell us about says are francs violin..
"ma" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"I gather you and the silk road ensemble are going to be at harvard university. Yes we've been as an ensemble been in residence at at both university. And the the rhode island school design. It's a five year residency. And so this is where i think in our third year and so we really interact with the students and and one of the great things that come from. This kind of residency are some courses that given in the faculty of arts and sciences for example. There's a professor Stephen greenland and giving a course on the silk road and his specialties. Shakespeare so he's imagining Three ships that leave the continent and go all over. The world brings us to fifteen hundred to sixteen hundred and then really finding out what's happening in the world around that time to music through dance through literature through and and it's it's another way of thinking about our world the way that we sometimes now think about our president world so i. I'm very happy with with Just this interaction with a fabulous student body and great faculty Yoyo ma you be playing this tonight at the kennedy center Tell us about says are francs violin..
"ma" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"He plays it also with a bamboo flute from iran. So seumak from. Tehran is playing the same out bamboo flute which is called the nee in in persian of music and both are used for meditation purposes one for islam the other for buddhism and this piece is written by Rubber halil who's A wonderful who'd player from lebanon and robbie lives in southern france. He is He's he's he's from lebanon and He's a great jazz musician improvisor but he also writes and we took this on and then made it our own. And he actually. We met him this summer in france and and he heard our version of it and he said that's great go with it. This must've been so gratifying for you to hear these various instruments coming together in such a new and fresh way absolutely done. I just think that There are in culture foreign cultural work. There are different boundaries. They're different kinds of frames. And i think what brings all of us together. I think is one core valley which has virtuosity and generosity together so basically everybody that is a member does something unbelievably well. But they don't want to keep it for themselves they really want to share it and they know that part that one of the fundamental things in music is that you're always working for something that's bigger than yourself so no matter how good you are. You're always learning and you're you're opening your awareness to everything around you just the way that nobody grows up today. Listening to one music That means that then it begs the question. Well who are we. And how do we fit in the world and how wonderful it is that if you can build enough friendship and trust between members then you learn about their instruments. Then everything is shared in. Ooh a quick break when we come back the breast if my conversation with yoyo ma and we're back. Here's revs did my two thousand seventeen conversation with world renowned cellist. Yo-yo ma yoyo. Ma is with me. His most. Recent recordings are a passion auto in january two.
"ma" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"Thanks for joining us. I'm diane rehm. You've been listening to one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written being performed by wanted. This generations most acclaimed recording artists. Yoyo ma has been playing the cello since he was four today. He travels the world seeking out new audiences new ideas and new understanding of how music nights s and they help says communicate. He joins me to talk about his silk road project. His latest recordings and the how music helps bring together people different cultures. What a pleasure to meet you dianne. It's so wonderful to be on your show and really love the work you do. And they'll love to talk music. You tell me what. This particular work of bah means to you. Well i think it was the first piece of music that i actually learned when i was. I started cello at age four. I'm fifty two now. So i've kind of had a forty eight year long experience with this work and obviously it's changed a lot and in the beginning. Was you know knowing the patterns and figuring out that gee i can learn the species really exciting but if you are four years old. This was a huge instrument in front view. Wealth diet i i. I have to confess that. I wanted to play the hugest instrument. Which was the double bass having failed on the violin at an earlier. Age decided you know as a four year old big was good but try to double bay..
"ma" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"And create connection uh-huh Thanks for joining us. I'm diane rehm. You've been listening to one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written being performed by one. This generations most acclaimed recording artists. Yoyo ma has been playing the cello since he was four today. He travels the world seeking out new audiences new ideas and new understanding of how music nights s and they help says communicate. He joins me to talk about his silk road. Project his lay district coatings and the how music helps bring together people different cultures. What a pleasure to meet you dianne. It's so wonderful to be on your show and really love the work you do. And they'll love to talk about music. You tell me what. This particular work of bah means to you. Well i think it was the first piece of music that i actually learned when i was. I started cello at age four. I'm fifty two now. So i've kind of had a forty eight year long experience with this work and obviously it's changed a lot and in the beginning. Was you know knowing the patterns and figuring out that gee i can learn the species really exciting but if you are four years old. This was a huge instrument in front view. Wealth diet i i. I have to confess that. I wanted to play the hugest instrument. Which was the double bass having failed on the violin at an earlier. Age decided you know as a four year old big was good but try to double bay. But i couldn't because it was too big. So i i. We compromised slightly less big but possible. What happened with the violin. You know a lot of people talk about musical talent as if this were you either talented or not and an actually. I think music is more. It has has other things going on for example. I wasn't talented for the violin. I play piano. I love the piano. But i'm not a really good pianist. I have a great feel for the instrument..
"ma" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"You know with the salsas which was in the eclipse. Yeah yeah so the potency of that right moment. I the summer of last year to where we are now. Yeah and obviously the full moon. Capricorn after the solstice. So there is a heaviness. Isn't the this is italian. we i think too. It's like last year. It was a lot more extreme the summer solstice but this one feels more like the potential to become vulnerable because the thing the reason that water signs get didn't is because it's hard to be vulnerable right it it just is. It's hard to say. listen. I'm going through a lot and i took it out on you and i'm sorry about that. That's like really incredibly difficult to do. And you know especially if you sensitive right and if you're feeling things and if if somebody is receiving that right like you take your your anger on someone else and then they have to feel that sensitivity of and go through the process of what that feels like right when we get hurt by someone. That's a whole emotional processes well and that's really what water is in when it's not acted out of its Highest frequency hegarty integrity. It will be mean you know come be. It can be all sorts of different defensive. Expressions are very defensive and sense of warfare attack. Times and all vulnerability say insecure or wherever emotion or wherever frequency of instability. You know that causes these defensive or aggressive actions your stress basically you know and the release of that and then bringing in let's say certain or capricorn karma into the mix being present reflective a solstice remembering the past like capricorn and this integrity. Caesarian can a heavy comic. Wherever you know all these things attached to these moments right now you know is is very much to do with like responsibility and To be honest which is also if most of southern secretaries And the movement towards taurus scorpio next year ultimately right now to be..
"ma" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"Was your eclipse season for those of you in my community. You know very well that for me personally. This clip season has just been totally insane. His knocked me all over the place In lots of unexpected and lots of good ways and challenging ways and all of the above and. I just want to be able to say to you if you're out there and you have had a month of just chaos and change and expansion and growth and loss and all of those things. I'm with you. You're seen i see and So to all the members in the community. And that's what eclipses do you know. The month of june of twenty twenty one has brought us a lot of strong mutable energy with a new moon. Eclipse in gem ni- that we had june tenth also had a full lunar eclipse prior to that may twenty sixth so on the tenth of with this new moon eclipse solar eclipse. Something new began some very strong. New energy started form and take place this month. And the reason this was particularly strong is not just because the nodes of the moon are in gem nine sagittarius. Where we've had these eclipses but we've also now had jupiter in pisces. This month this has been incredibly strong in terms of mutability because these are three mutable signs the only other sign. Immutable and mutability is virgo. We think about meat ability. We think about change. We think about the end of the season at the end of every season spring summer fall and winter. We look at the season at the end of that season right. We astrology look at twelve seasons in each quarter each of these seasons. we see three seasons. A cardinal season affects season and immutable. One meetable is the final of the season. So it's as we're transitioning out of one season and moving into a new one in this transition out of something brings us into mutability immutable energy. So with these eclipses in nine sagittarius. We knew there'd be a lot of completion. We need a lot of change. A lot of coming to the end of something. But what really has kick started this energy into a very strong prolific prolific places jupiter. You know this massive planet has moved into pisces tarkhan. I talk about it in a previous episode and so with that strong mutability what we find is this energy of completion and change. Now what's really fascinating about the month of june of twenty twenty one is yes. We have this eclipse on the tenth. Which is you know for me has just been like a game changer. Life rocking completely Challenging chapter in my own personal life. So i'm not sure where it's been how it's been for all of you. But in addition to that strong energy right after that eclipse starting june twelfth of twenty twenty one. We went into the saturn. You're honest square the exact saturday. You're you're honest. Squares saturn aquarius. You're on us and torres. This has been a massive feature of the astrology of twenty twenty one. I've done plenty of episodes on that. There's tons of information the community but this is of course also very changeable energy very predictable change and energy and so this square really brought the eclipse into a new even more chaotic more point and we will be in that exact. Swear until june seventeenth now. The big reflection that i have about this moment is..
"ma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"ma" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"ma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"ma" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"ma" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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