22 Burst results for "Malini"

"malini" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

03:25 min | 8 months ago

"malini" Discussed on The Insider

"I go. Yes it's very clever. Double bluff that's my maker. Skill is the chapter on at late. Hermann she wrote quote her saying well. They're a few women who've made the artist study. Still we must remember. This is a new era for women trying to encourage them to become magicians. As much things change they remain the same. We'll start with you richard. What do you think the magic community should be doing to encourage more women into magic. Well my feeling generally encouraging more excellence in magic and it's going to be a numbers game. You know the the more women you can get interested in magic young age and the more good women you can get interested in magic. The better stronger and the more diverse at discipline will be and it needs to become more diverse. So i think for me. It'd be starting at a young age and getting people whoever they are to think about magic in the right way and so yeah we need to do it. It'll be a better off for when we do do it But it needs to be with an emphasis on excellence. I think i agree I just did a podcast women and magic. The county boy does with amazingly talented women. Were great really talented. The so many very high quality women acts being performed. I wouldn't end. I'm really proud to be in a world. Now where there's so much of it that is really good quality and i think it's probably because of the ag tease of the world you know. The quick change acts astonishingly great You know illusion axe close up performance from spain. Oh this lots of extremely talented a women. I think that is inspirational. Todd women think is this a kind of a adelaide. Herman was the singular. You thing we had talamo who was apparently of the terrific sleight of hand artists. A good know her whole presence was was really good But now is like lots and lots and i think it's really good. I'm in chapter. Malini you right now. He's understanding that spectators were suspicious of unusual looking apparatus and he was willing to do any of his tricks anywhere. Anytime creating the illusion of spontaneity one of the first magicians to realize this. i'm why had so many teach. Magicians ignored his advice. Still to this day with many carrying around weird looking boxes that they're putting coins in doing different things in well. I think really did a superb job of it. I wish there was video of mcmahon would love to see that one of the few people. I'd like to go back to see who dan talked to. Houdini malini pretty pretty good day. The pretty good couple of days to see the level if it was as good as it was supposed to be right. Keller was that show good. You and i know. I've seen a lot of shows in the ring reports. They are the greatest thing in the world. You know and you see a okay not really right..

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"malini" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"malini" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Have cord cutting rituals after every single person as talk to. I wash my hands a lot like just constantly connecting to the water. But i practice that i love. That's a daoist. Practice is every day when you wake up before you look at anything before you do anything you greet the sun and you just read and the sun's energy and you just like all the way down your body all through your channels and author your meridian's it's almost like you're like hello i'm here you know and the breathe. The sun's energy. You bring it all the way down like you're a cord and a pillar of the universe and then you connect and you root your energy into the core of the earth and so that's like the first pillar where it's like what you're doing so i've been doing that for over ten years every day when i wake up. I agreed the sun even if it's gloomy out or whatever. I don't always like go out and i'm like hello. You may chinese. I-i've malibu bitch onto your hat day but no i actually just wake up. And i'm like i have to get to e mail. Ou bring yourself here. i'm not going there. If you're gonna go practice you'd go. You would like actually walkout agreements. I mean sometimes. When i wake up. I'm waking up before the sun anyways like for my practices and the way that i like to do is i like do my kuna illini practice in the morning. Then i have my practice and just get in my core. But i like the way i teach and the way that i think everyone should have something. You know for your spirit. That's like the sun practice or however it is you wanna do it. My true malini practices really good for my spirit. And i really love it so even if i just do like five minutes of it where i'm moving my energy so it's an energy and then i have my muscular practice where it's like. I wanna be in tune with my muscles and in tune with like for me. Personally i love pilates have a reformer in my house. But it's like you. You have to like get engaged. Like that. And i try and do that before i start taking care about people though with that practice when i fall off i see the difference standing up as ray or an. I'm human like it like your practices fall off but it's like the reason why we have practices so we go back to you know. So it's like how do you set up right like with pilates. For instance unlike with sexual trauma. I had sexual trauma as well. And it's like. How do i use my muscles in a way where i'm like. Okay i am safe. And how do i conduct myself in a way where it's like i'm not holding you know and i think you have to get to know your muscles to know. Oh my muscles are holding right now. You know like you have to be so aware of your body. And i think that that's the other thing for teaching women and women be aware of is like what is your body's saying to you. Is this my mind being like. Oh you're or this person really not safe and your body knows the difference. You know yes. There's something about just quickly workouts. It's so funny. Milana snow one of our friends. We've had this weird. Experience will go to classes like very intense workouts. And we'll talk about how it's like. Somebody's we'll see at like ourselves leaving our bodies and i'm realizing now that you're talking. I'm like what workouts. Can you do where you feel more in your body and it's things like pilates things like yoga could be different for anyone. But i'm thinking about how does give you that opportunity to feel more in your body than outside of it. Yeah and my my teacher rachel. She's really strict like she can watch when you leave your body and she's like Like this is a tune.

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"malini" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

Tech Thursday Podcast

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"malini" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast

"Because sometimes it services Clients that are in conflict with clients that are in intermedia so can't be a division of media You know so. There's there's there's a lot of reasons why You know we We may be Cones for rebranding on on our van production side You know because of The ability to its production studio that should attract Services from outside of enemies always. Yes it does do super bowl commercials for intermediate but it can do so much more And we don't know right now if its proximity to the. Her name is prohibiting it from doing that. So you know. Branding is is calm. A very complex initiative. It's it's funny we we. We often blurred lines. You know marketing advertising those big broad terms there's nuggets of gold and each one of them and i've been really fortunate. My career test spent time in public relations in branding in general market advertising in mobile media and now in the digital social space to really understand the nuances between the between each awesome. Thanks james i'm am. I able to ask questions. Let's go to malini and then we'll come back to you for one more. The leany welcome come. What question do you have for us. Thank you some idea. I james so actually. I'm university lecturer here. So we have several unit In our department that mostly relate that we How our students can develop gear business idea and some have developed into a grid Startup and even Day have become a national Known in our country so anyway I want to gain insight from you. Some of them are gaining Difficulties particularly in terms of becoming sustainability. We do sometimes stretcher. Electoral have to guide and then Giving consultation are two. Don't although renewed at a natural habitat is academia so we don't have that proper Consolidation for them because we don't have the sole In terms of enterpreneur business so with the things that They should becoming sustain Most of the time. Wendy are reaching a stage of our either growing or moving to the next stage. They are forgetting that they have to be sustained as well so when they are using their own capital or a third party capital a dave forget that they have to make a profit as well so.

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"malini" Discussed on Thought Row

Thought Row

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"malini" Discussed on Thought Row

"Daughter gets under. Yeah, yeah. He's an engineer. Yeah, no, she is. She's much more gifted than me, for sure. Well obviously process started. The process of her mind. You start forming her thinking a long time ago. Yeah, I'd like to believe that. Yes. So now we've come to the part of the program where we always ask are dead and I love hearing their answers because they're also very intriguing enlightening to an enlightening. If you could sit on a park bench and chat with anyone log, From the Past, who would that's actually a very difficult question, you know, because there's so many people whom I would love to meet and then there are so many people who are still around in different parts of the world that I would love to meet. So it's a very difficult choice but since I've been, you know, writing for newspapers. So I was thinking that since nineteen fifties, I think it was Nineteen fifty-one every day. In the times of India, they would be this daily cartoon done by Arcade lakshman and, you know, he was known for his very sharp wit and satire and humor. So he was amazing person. I think and his cartoons would be, you know, you'd open the paper and you were looking for that problem because you needed to see what was there that thing. Oh see. So it was incredible a pig. Would be and I don't think he missed a single day. He passed away. I think it was 2015 that he passed away. Yes. Yeah, his costumes. Were there every single day off the newspaper. Know you going to be using a very prolific mind, and very attuned to what was going on around him, and then the world. Yes. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And he could do it every single day, so that's, you know, because we're talking about creativity, just in just, imagine being creative every single day, where you grasp, the imagination knows everybody in the country, that's just something so amazing. That's a great answer, is a really good answer and and I don't think I mean, this is an opportunity for people to find out more about who he was. That's so true. Yeah, we'll have to put a link. Yeah, some notes about him. Yeah, it'd be great. Well, nalini, I hate to say this but we've come to the time. We have to wrap this show up and you've been a wonderful interview, our guests, our, I mean, our guests, our listeners and our guess I'm a guest here. She can be a guess they're going to really enjoy everything that you shared with us. You were very enlightening and thoughtful, personable and caring in everything that you said. So this is going to be great. And we're going to be really excited to share this with everyone. I agree with you a hundred percent and our listeners are going to enjoy this interview. I think from so many levels and also, I want to let everyone know. If you would like to know more about Malini, we will have links for her under the show guests, tab on thought podcast.com. So everyone can learn more about her and connect with her on social media and check out our website. Yeah, it's sad to say goodbye but I guess that's what we have to do. So normally. No, thank you. Thank you so much. I had such a great time and I'm so glad you found our website and we.

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"malini" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"malini" Discussed on The Insider

"It's all It's going to be pretty impressive when people since that the tough spot malini. What is it about him. That fascinates he so much. Well you know. I read about this in the beginning of the book. Saying that i read about malini in ricky's book learning takes therapy women when i was a fourteen or fifteen years old and so when i read that i thought how is it possible. This short jewish guy middle eastern jews living in new york especially inclusive close up magic can hobnob with all these well to do wealthy people from around the world and chance to be put up in fancy would tell the senator as horse second. I'm assured middle eastern jewish. New yorker happens to lay close to magic to and you know and so what can i do to the You know walk in his footsteps crying and something about his whole demeanor that just really resonated with me especially i lived in a town called chappaqua new york which is Very wealthy area. It's where bill. And hillary clinton moved to It's very upscale and we were like the poorest people in town. My family were both schoolteachers. But i was basically interacting with very very wealthy people all the time and When i started reading that malini was starting even poorer than us. And he's living in tenements and lowering low reset in manhattan How is it possible that he went and travelled around the world eight times performed for kings and queens and multimillionaires and whatnot that. That's the gig for me. That's what i want to do. And so Distorted following his footsteps and performing some of his magic things. I learned from the vernon book. You know there was dictated to wisconsin and trying to find things about millennium null sorts of places and obviously stars of magic his several items of his and all through ask alexander got a real workout with me but yeah and i went through pretty much every reference that was available for malini but that was just the starting point because i went.

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"malini" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"malini" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"Us presidents presidential candidate a night a- dame. Some of the most powerful female. Ceos and andrew won his first emmy for saturday night. Live in two thousand seventeen which we talk about here. He was nominated for an emmy for. Jesus christ superstar live in two thousand eighteen and nominated again for the post pilot in twenty nineteen. He is the makeup department head on the other to comedy. Central and john malini show on netflix. His latest work can be seen right. Now in two broadway shows having designed tattoos for company and the makeup of twos or west side story of the mouth fall. I know it's a lot and andrew has a lot to tell us. I'm so excited for you to hear this episode. Here's our conversation andrew..

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"malini" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"malini" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Angeles Vaccination efforts for covert 19 is well underway in the U. S. Chances of getting a covert vaccine depend on where you live in some places. Your military status as we hear from ABC is Jim Ryan. Philip Malini wasn't expecting to hear from the Veterans Affairs Administration. But when he took the call, he said, Mr Mulaney would like to offer you the covert shot If you wanted. Malini served during the Vietnam War, and now it's 73 with health issues. He jumped at the offer A really thank the Via for thinking about the veterans like they should. Malini lives in Louisiana, which has moved military vets like millennia. Priority list to be vaccinated. He may have to drive across the state to get the shot. But Malini says I just lost. A friend will go with you. I don't want to die, Jim, really in ABC News There are concerns about Corona virus variants these days as Americans are getting vaccinated for covert 19 ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton talks about some lessons learned during the current pandemic, their surveillance not just here in the U. S, but worldwide so that we're able to detect a new or emerging infectious disease more rapidly and then isolate and identify it and control the spread. Number two agriculture. How we live with animals is critically important. Most pandemic start in animal species and number three supply chain. We've learned a lot about how China India, they get shut down. It affects literally the entire world, not just in terms of drugs, pharmaceuticals, but the supplies that we need fillers, vaccines, vials, syringes in medicine and help variants of the coronavirus reversed detected in the UK they have spread to countries around the world. And because of that, New variants. South Africa's president's re imposed the ban on the sale of alcohol and ordered the closure of all bars in that that country. South Africa's also increasing it's nighttime curfew by several hours, so residents have to be home between 9 P.m. and 6 A.m.. In the nationwide address, the president of South Africa announced the closure of all beaches in public swimming pools in the country as well in infection hot spots. Local bowling Alley is honoring the man who threw their first perfect game. By the way through their second perfect game. Just a week later, Johnny McClaren opened wall Miss. It leans and took very five years ago. He'd been waiting for someone to bowl a perfect game ever since. Just not him. I'm a terrible bowler. So there's no chance that I was gonna be the one to do it. But at the beginning of the month, the talented bowler named Jim Broadbent made the drive up from lemon stir for a league game that day. It just you know, everything felt right. Everything felt good. So I knew something was gonna happen. And just like that, Jim had bold Wallace. It leans first perfect game. But he didn't stop there. Next week. He went to pick up his prize from Donny and we had this big giant shack laid out ready to go and following game, people's another 302 weeks in a row. Unbelievable, really. I mean, it felt great. Pretty good to Donnie, too, with covert in the pandemic. It was so nice to have some positivity and some smiles and some high fives with people that sheer.

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"malini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"malini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Don'ts of branding. We're here to inspire and form and conduct a community of entrepreneurs. Mark Flack, This is business rock stars and joining us to answer that question is Rick Malini, He's the CEO and founder of in a Vision. Does it really show? Thank you here, All right, so we're using tons of branding. Well, I think I think so. Many people have the wrong impression of Brandon. They think Brandon is kind of that logo, and that's the brand and everything was on about that. That is a component of Brandon. But one of the most important thing to understand about Brandon. That's everything. Your company is. There's really two kinds of brands that happened when companies start and grow and involved in whatever they're going to be or go out of business. The company goes out of business and my pain is someone who let their brand go or grow what I call organically. Me and they didn't control it from the time they started. But if you control your brand Try to get to get through to everybody What it's going to be about what is going to represent what you want people to think about when they encounter your brand when they experience your brand when they have engagement your brand and you really, really just become crazy, obsessive about making sure that every part of your company represents that you have a much greater chance of success. So great do is control your brand. Make define what it's going to be and make sure that flows from your receptionist all the way to your warehouse all the way. Whatever your company is that that idea of what the brand is needs to touch every person and everyone needs to understand what it is and everyone needs to represent what it is. You want your company to be so with the beginning stages for the person who hasn't yet built their brand How can they make sure that they take what we're talking here and implement that? I mean, we get it right. Make sure things could grew it, but we're going to build their brand. It's like the beginning stages that we have to think about brands of almost like a personality. And when you meet a brand like meeting a person, So what is the personality of that brand? And is that brand personality going to be consistent on every part of the experience? So like if I was hosting the show and a tank top of being stupid, backwards hat and I knew nothing about business that being crude, and then they wonder which which host is going to show up today. Guy in the suit or the other guy in the flipflops, right? And nothing to say to people for stuff starts smart. When I throw my sweet side of my problems being congratulate for the show in the branch, correct, you want to be concluded in the brandy? There's there's three parts of that. There's thie expectations of a brand right so everyone has a preconceived expectation of a brand new look that you brought that. Alright, so When I came in today, I didn't know what to expect. So it was I was going to open. It was very pleasant. When I walked in with a gorgeous building. Everything's clean. Everything is need. Everything is organized. I started I'm sure Sherrod came up and introduced, said Everybody's been nice. I mean, I get a great sense of Brandon, this company your company, and now I'm having experience. Okay, So now I've gone from pre experience to actual experience. And I'm also experiencing those same words. It's organized. Everyone's really nice. Everyone's buttoned up. These are the words I'm saying Describe your brand with right when I leave here. I'm gonna have the post experience people going to ask me. How did it go? What was it like? And now I'm going to use those words. So if you think it's the beginning of a new brand, what do you want people to think about you before they come to you. What do you want the experience to be when they're there. And what do you want them to talk about? When they leave? If you could master those three experiences, the pre the actual in the post, you're on your way to building a great friend. But you got to be obsessive. You've got managing. You've gotta control it. If you don't it grows organically And there's a high probability of business. There's some fantastic point CEO of in a vision. Rickman Ladies joining us We're here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Marchal at this business rock stars. Talking about the do's and don'ts of branding Goodwin still far what isn't things that we maybe haven't gone over yet for the do's and don'ts brand. Well, if you have a company that exists and you're starting to feel maybe it's a business slow down. Disgruntled employees, things that are not working well, and you can't really grasp what the problem is. Maybe your product. Your hamburger tastes good as it ever did. But business is slow down things. They're just not working. Well, there's of ah, very high probability that you have a brand problem and what you need to do then is find someone who could take a deep dive into your brand on they basically is what we do in our company. We go into a company and we take the deep dive in and we interview people. We interview customers, we interview. It's a very long process, and we come out with a document about that thick and we talk about what I was talking about. What happened your brand to go organic on you. Would you stop controlling it? One of the experiences what? What are the values of the company that are happening?.

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"malini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"malini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm gonna have the post experience people going to ask me. How did it go? What was it like? And now I'm going to use those words. So if you think it's the beginning of a new brand, what do you want people to think about you before they come to you. What do you want the experience to be when they're there. And what do you want them to talk about when they leave? If you could master those three experiences, the pre the actual in the post, you're on your way to building a great brand. You've got to be obsessive. You've gotta manage it. You've got to control it. If you don't it grows organically And there's a high probability go out of business. So there's some fantastic point CEO of in a vision. Rick Malini is joining us. We're here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Marchal at this business rock stars. Talking about the do's and don'ts of branding some good ones so far, what isn't things that we maybe haven't gone over yet for the fusion, don't Sabrina. Well, if you have a company that exists, and you're starting to feel maybe a slow business slow down. Disgruntled employees, things that are not working well, and you can't really grasp what the problem is. Maybe your product, your hamburger tastes as good as it ever did. But business is slow down things. They're just not working. Well, there's of very high probability that you have a brand problem and what you need to do then is find someone who could take a deep dive into your brand, and they basically is what we do in our company. We go into a company and we take the deep dive in And we interview people we interview customers, we interview. It's a very long process, and we come out with a document about that thick and we talk about what I was talking about. What happened. Your brand didn't go organic on you. Would you stop controlling it? What are the experiences? What are what are the values of the company that are happening? What the customer's thinking? Where's the brand headed and where is your company headed? Then? Chances are at that point, It could be to a disaster, and that's when you get when you get very smart brand. Does a deep dive into their brand, and they start to see what they can fix and how to fix it. And that's where you come in and discuss how to fix your brand, which is really, really so I can't stress how important brand is. I think some people don't even build a brand because they just started business and their first thing when I start their business that they're focused on his sales, how we're going to sell this. I was generating revenue, and they never actually create a brand. But the true value of any company is the brand. That's exactly right. So for the people out there, who are you going to start their company, or maybe a few years in or it could be 10 years in How can you kind of reengage and start to develop the brand? If you kind of already missed the boat, will you Khun? That's why product companies do product launches or they do a rebrand..

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What a Buddhist Monk Learned from Nearly Being Assasinated

10% Happier with Dan Harris

06:04 min | 1 year ago

What a Buddhist Monk Learned from Nearly Being Assasinated

"Thank you for making time for this. Really excited to talk to you. I really. WanNa. Hear your story because I've read a little bit about it and it's fascinating. Can you tell me how you first encountered Buddhism? Yes the first time I encountered Buddhism is in nineteen ninety. Lift to Uganda in nineteen ninety as students. Still mean for not fair Housing Need Gun Die Scholarship to study. INDIANA. Headed the government of India through in Yemen, extent culture program is going to pay for me to study in India. Business. That was excited. I didn't know anything about Buddhism, but the only thing that is connected to bosoms what Gautama because we studied history about Indian personalities like Mahatma, Gandhi, end Gautama Ferretti that good Mohsini Buddha. So good time. I have ever happy faintly and my story. So when I went to India I. did not that even the religion could Buddhism philosopher David so I just went to study business and until nineteen and arrived. I'm because when I arrived India, they had this strike. And then we we didn't go to school. We did started this school immediately. So then our putting a hostile where there are some people who looked very slim doing and. They have shaved head the they are putting on robes or rose. To say hello to them. So I went there then I sit hot one and the ad it beaming smile had. Happy so we became friends and in A. Long Story Short, the me into the temple I should dig would ask you then they told me about Buddhism there that Buddhists and the they told me don't take Dina just delighted breakfast. Assault then they are the ones who really told me that yes, this region called Buddhism and it took me to the temple for the first time and the temples. Good. Assure the hand. I should be behalf either in Chattanooga and that's when I I really got to know that a temple. So that's how I know about what is him but That Buddhist people edited and those most just wanted to be friends with me. I wanted to be with him and Cindy. GimMe Food they give me a minute things slowly slowly they stop telling me about. What they believe in. On time I went to Brahma, cameras, we just the boost people, but is meant tradition. The told me that debilitate Bra Mars. And I had seen one I was quite or the time in the evening Tony Oh I asked him you. Calm and peaceful way. Have you good evening? He told me he goes to meditate or. Meditation then I went there admitted with Matas and then they have discovered this that you focus on lucrative. And then you really meditated breathing in and breathe out but his commentary, right so your story piece food. Your Com nobody can destroy you. So when I finished that a mid station, I went to the monks again I told them that that'd be meditating this. Who told you to meditate thought that some of the WHO's Viacom common peaceful and told way can meditated. Then I told him what I've been doing the told me no, no, no. No you should meditate weapon go deep meditation, and now doesn't fuss time to get to know what meditation you good. Mom told me the best meditation Vision. So then I to know mutation literal. So from Buddhism. The most yeah. About Communication Gorby. I know you were raised Catholic. So, here you are in a completely different country encountering this religion for the first time a religion you didn't even know existed what about Buddhism and Meditation spoke to you given your history why was it so appealing this practice send this faith. Actually for me into the. Lack. of Meditation when I went to Meditates it was no Malini evening and then I was so stressed out in India, it's hot country I was eating hot foods and I was looking for Chatchai filled to see. Every time I went to look for because I was McCaffery those no jet unfunded when I go to the judge, this was in Hindi, a language that I don't understand. So now we're not going to judge there I was going. To check. So that. Good. That back. Then I believe like that. So now every time I go to check ECHINACEA the English obvious or gotTa salaries so which is my language I was just going to judge People just talking a foreign language and literally I said. This people have also religion could Hindus I to do what they believe in and then slowly by slowly when I went to. The fuss medication do not even a Buddhist one I did a Hindu meditation. So I sat. And mid I feel so much. More peaceful than me. When I was in chat, you know in chat sometime of silk can now is it new? Don they're going to pray things? So but that's a short time in a judge acquitted my bring. But when I was in meditation, I told really give any and. When I came out, it was so peaceful and relied rest of amongst the win admitted. So peaceful.

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Exploring The Canopy With 'TreeTop Barbie'

Short Wave

09:53 min | 2 years ago

Exploring The Canopy With 'TreeTop Barbie'

"Hey everybody matty Safai. Here was shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong today. We thought you might appreciate a little joy in your life especially now that's right here on short wave we want to bring you up. Does it explain what's happening with the corona virus but also episodes that feature other interesting science like this one from the very first week of shortwave. It's probably one of my favorites. Oh yeah mine too. It's got rain. Forests SLINGSHOTS A DECADE-LONG CONFLICT WITH BIG Barbie bad gets rope burn. Let's not love the rope? Burn Kwong it's clearly the roburt. These are the sacrifices you make manny right onto the show enjoy. You're listening to shortwave from. Npr One day this past summer I got to visit a rainforest. Okay that's licorice fern. That is the scientific name. Is Paula podium vulgarity? Ecologist NENAD CARNEY. This is called sledge. This is called Club Moss. It's actually very primitive Plant leaning has been studying in exploring ecosystems like this for thirty five years. Okay so that is called Bikram. That's another species of Moss. I like to call it pledging moss. Just because it's so soft and so please so much like a little pillow. Here's Flynn's this is recommend trim. There's like three four different species of MOSS RIGHT THERE. Couple other things about this rainforest. You're probably thinking rainforests so tropics now. We were in the Pacific Northwest Olympic National Forest in Washington state and it's called a temperate rainforest A. Rainforest because we get it's characterized by having a lot of rainfall there about one hundred twenty inches a brain a year. The other thing about this trip to the forest. Is that all these plants so see how soft these mosses are yes. Don't you just WanNa sleep on them? Yeah all of new weenies. Decades-long work. Okay I'M GONNA come up side by side with you. All of it is about wow sixty feet off the ground for many. This is awesome awesome. This is called the canopy pretty much everything above the forest floor all the way up to the tops of the trees. Come up with me now. Little Rope canopy. Here is a dizzying thicket of bright green leaves and Mosses and ferns all bathed in sunlight. And we knew very little about it because the canopy is literally called the last biotic frontier. It's been so poorly studied. It really aren't very many people who studied the canopy. Feel like when you say. The last biotic frontier should look off into the distance. Ready to the last biotic frontier so today on the show pioneering scientists Malini non Carney on the canopy plus a little later on in the episode weenies decades. Long fight to get more women into science. And how she found unlikely ally in Barbie. Yeah I thought it was weird too. It's not that we're the sticker up and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. Alright so let's back up down back on the ground in Olympic national forest. Malini told me that in the grand scheme of things canopy sciences. Actually PRETTY NEW. People have been studying forest for centuries but it's only been in the last twenty twenty five thirty years that people have actually climbed up into the forest canopy to understand the environment up in the tree tops. One of the hurdles for scientists was literally just figuring out how to get up to the tops of the trees so noelene a few friends figured out a way to adapt some mountain climbing techniques to get up into the canopy and that means shooting ropes into the trees. So I invented this thing called the master caster which is metal rod and we welded it so it has this little hole here for the line. Basically this master caster thing is part fishing. Rod Part slingshot. This looks like a garage sale. A fourteen year old boy's dream could both and and so with a fishing weight loaded into the slingshot. So I'm thinking right up there. Malini cast masterfully. You we set the ropes now on your weight on this got harnessed in step down and then started the long hard process of inching up the road. You're going to go into a crouch and lift your legs up. That's kind of like a caterpillar and then San exactly you. Well you know. I've got to kind of over. The course of her career researching canopies in the Pacific northwest as well as in the forest of Costa Rica. Malini has documented all kinds of things about the canopy sixty feet up this giant maple tree. She shows me one of the cooler ones. Just looking at the underside of these mosses like. There's this canopy soil Allowing Dig Samat over here. Malini peels back a thick fistful of Moss from the branch on the tree. Instead of bark we're looking at tightly packed bed of Brown dirt. I mean that has actual soil that is basically composed of the dead and decomposing. Moss's that live up here and there are like earthworms that live up. Here are a big round up exactly. It's called into canopy soil. Wow look at that. And it's a weird you know you hear smelling the soil smell. But you're you know you're up sixty feet above the forest floor. So it's it's this sort of whole world that the canopy creates they're living plants or mosses there ferns their soil and it's all kind of invertebrates that live here birds that forage for these invertebrates that live in the canopy soil. So it's like this microcosm this mini co system. That's going on kind of independent of the forest floor. But at the same time interacting the forest as a whole of course today canopies all over the world face threats from climate change from logging fire deforestation and a lot of work. Now is about trying to figure out what would happen. If we lost such a complex interconnected ecosystem. I think it's important for canopies to be as intact as possible. Because they do foster so much diversity that you can get seventy species of mosses on a single tree and each of those mosses sort of living life with its insects and invertebrates and supporting birds. And so it's just part of this sort of whole cycle of what makes a primary important. Here's another thing leany discovered when she was first getting started in canopy research. There were very few women. Scientists doing this kind of work and so she set out to change that this was. This was just a fabulous day. That happened in my lab forest. Canopy lab undergraduates worked there. My graduate students would work me and we were just kicking around by these. Look how could we make the forest canopy more meaningful to mattress other scientists but to regular people like how about young girls? They need encouragement. And somebody said. Well what about Barbie aright pause Barbie time because she was busy enough helping to basically create an entirely new field of scientific study in the early two? Thousands deleted decided. You know in her free time she would try to create market and get into the hands of little girls and boys everywhere treetop Barbie. What took iconic doll which is so symbolic of what young girls aspired to. What if we just put this shell around her? Which is a canopy biologist? So called Mattel the company that owns Barbie and then when I propose this idea they said no no no. We're not interested that has no meaning to us We make our own barbies. You know you can't do this. Forget it forget it. So that's when we said well. Why don't we just do it ourselves? And if Mattel's not going to take a couple of trips to goodwill later to get some recycled barbies with the Angela's making our top barbies. And I started bringing campy Barbie along with me and you know talking to my fellow scientists and saying look guys we not only have to do our good science we need to start encouraging people from outside science and and this is one way that we might do it trees are wonderful arenas for discovery this is Malini is two thousand nine tedtalk which by the way is a hugely nerve wracking thing for scientists. And you're hooked up to this hands-free Britney Spears Mike to give a talk. That will basically be your top. Google hit for life to stand on stage. Showing off a little plastic treetop Barbie. Should I really be spending time with this? Are PEOPLE GOING TO THINK? It's weird that me as a scientist and me as a woman scientist is a brown woman. Scientist is spending her time doing this. they're sort of risk. That goes along with that but I felt that the potential good that could come out of it of providing a real role model for a little girl. Who doesn't even know that that the canopy exists to study. You know like when I was a kid and so if that can happen then I think it's worth the risk what we do my students in my lab and is we buy barbies from goodwill and value village. We dress her enclosed that have been made by seamstresses and we send her out with a canopy handbook. And my feeling is thank you that we've taken this pop icon and we have just tweaked her a little bit to become ambassador who can carry the message that being a woman scientist studying treetops is actually a really great

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How Nelini Stamp Sets Injustice Aflame

Latina to Latina

06:30 min | 2 years ago

How Nelini Stamp Sets Injustice Aflame

"And recognize that chant. It's the English version of the anti-rape anthem. By Chilean activists that went viral. This version is by a flash mob of more more than one hundred women performing outside of the New York City. Courthouse were Harvey. Weinstein will be tried for rape at the front of the pack of women was Delaney Stamp. She's she's the CO founder of the Resistance Revival Chorus and dream defenders and one of the leaders of the Working Families Party Malini. Is that women who inspired us to ask how. How does she do it all? She's here so let's find out. Molina Nice to meet you off the twitter. Thank you thank you for having me. I confusing What did it feel like to stand outside of that courthouse and then outside of a trump a building and say those words? It felt Cathartic. I mean I didn't really. I've done a lot of actions for the last decade and sometimes you feel you're excited about making the impact here excited about engaging in it but sometimes you're like well I've done this a lot and there is something different That happened to me being survivor and my own rate being being able to point and say you know a lot of through like the violators you like. You are the rapists abyss. I was so powerful and the fact that especially when we were doing it in front of the Weinstein trial. You had the judge as you had the courts had you know the story is and the and the song goes you know. It's it's the courts the judges it's the cops like it's the system it and to say that and to to be there with all of those things was just so so our fall and then to ride the train we actually had a one. We did it on the train as well and there was an the elderly woman who is sitting down and started to cry. And I choose right in front of me and I just swelled up with all of these emotions because I can only think of what she was thinking as a woman watching all of these women on the subway just go packing the subway and and enchanting this and saying it's not my fault. Aw The fault wasn't mine. Not where I was not how I dressed you are the rapist. Where in your own life to these words words resonate? I was assaulted and it was one of those things when I was younger I was about nineteen years old club. One of those teen clubs in New York the end my for for days later people are like Oh you were drunk or oh you were this like it was in. I was trying to figure out what happened bent and because I did have a fuzzy memory I was making all of these excuses. I was going back and saying well. What did I wear or was as I inviting or was I put at the end of the day like I said No? I remember that clearly and it doesn't matter how where I was where I was dressed like the fact is is that people should not be committing rape or assault on women and it also happens to men as well but this is the violator in your Arabia's in your path is it just it just it just resonates so well because it's not in the path it's not the anybody does anything to deserve this. Also at the front of that group of women were to other Latinos Latina guests. Natalie Molina Nino Bauman Dasa. How did this action come together? Yeah so some of us. Paolo Mendoza is one of the other. Co Founders Resistance Survival course we we were the one who put you on my radar. I Love I love her so much. A bunch of us we're talking about. We were when we saw I left eye sees the Chilean Elaine Feminist Group and we saw going happening everywhere like I saw from my European comrades to organize it just blew up all over the place and I just remember crying crying watching the videos of how powerful it was to see people all over Latin America people in all of the worlds to say like this is a problem album. It's not just the flash PAN OF ME TOO. It's not just the you know these big moments that have a lot of shine on it and it's happening every a day and people are really suffering and Bala was like we should do this and I've got some people who who to talk to about an I who is also one of the other who helped with the choreography help translate it with Fowler. Who's like oh I would love to do this? And I've got some more women woman and then Sarah Sophie flicker another one of our co founders of the chorus. It's like we should do this out of the Weinstein child but we wanted to be respectful to the silence breakers to to actually the the people who are most impacted make anything that we did to interfere with getting justice. You call yourself a rebel bull rouser. Where does that show up in your life? Outside of protests mid shows up a lot of I grew I grew up in New York City in Brooklyn Gordon. Staten Island New York. Which explains a lot to be both big in the tank in me GotTa represent there were just certain things All of my life and especially especially with my family to I'd be like why. Why do we do do these normal or not normal things but what is traditional thing that we're doing and I think it was just like the way I was raised like I have two MOMS That was really hard hard for a very Catholic. Puerto Rican family to go through. My mother came out when I was a kid. And just like I think the notion of not living that traditional lifestyle when it was starting to break in the United States like it just made me a natural rabble rouser like I would go in school. It'd be like my mom's lesbian lesbian. People don't talk about or I would say. ESPN because that's what I thought could sorry. That's why he's it's not like she's so I feel like it was always. I was always that kind of like in a sense. A fire starter whether it be bucking in traditional norms or kind of standing up for staff. But that isn't super political.

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"malini" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"The rightist none raja how beautiful daughter nellie she being the doctor nanna was of great integrity and vistim. She knew all the arts that existed in this world when she became old enough to get married. Nona started looking for the perfect match bucknell any had condition she said to her father that she would marry only that man who had the <unk> to defeat her by answering questions the beauty investment of laney's spread like wildfire soon. There came a prince from malaysia. His name was montana she could have he exhibited his wish to marry. Nolini nahla asked him to go admit mullany at palace montana shaker followed the deductions andrews. The door of the invasion mullany was sitting he opened the door and was surprised by seeing her beauty she was sitting amid means like a golden statue. Amidst thousands of lamps in montana approached her melanie likely asked him to be seated and then asked the following question. How can a man rise in his life. Martinez crashed his head and replied well climbing. The tree is a very good solution russian. Of course he was rejected in saint back after his departure. Molina's means asked her the answer she said when in mind becomes you're a man rises then came another prince now lanee asked him what what is the cause of sadness the prince could have done. Melanie rejected him politely answer to hummingbirds as photos. Fatima is the root cause of sadness. Whatever wrong deeds do way beat afflicted upon us as problems problems many princess game and win but not good answer the questions of the wisdom possessed by malini was pleased released worldwide even not muhata she heard about it he went straightaway to the davis above indra and spoke about a greatness and of a victim and integrity a great sage who practice celibacy for twenty one jenas malcolm hershey heard i heard this he challenged that he would defeat delaney and prove that integrity is worthless so with the the aim of defeating her makali'i went to molest ballas disguising himself as a very very old sage. He expressed his fish of married. Malini non-allies adjust rueda allowed him to meet mullany but he never taught that his daughter would marry such an old fellow fellow why entering into laney's he changed his home into a handsome young man nullity was unmoved by his as beauty quested him to sit down and asked how can be attained happiness malcolm replied by controlling rolling our desires when that was the perfect on nulla needed moved her diamond ring and gave it to him and and she asked him to show it to her father as a sign of acceptance line existing room malka transformed himself love the old sage he bent annella and showed him the ring. Nah was shot. How can my daughter mattie such an old fellow. He got suspicious and summoned malini. Malini saw the osage and realized that it was he who had met her in the form of a young man now late late knee as a woman of great character did change her words. She said yes to her father. The next thing malcolm said that he wishes to go to the forest us to perform the now. I need wholeheartedly accepted makali'i desire. They both reach the dense forest. Makali'i asked melanie to build a hut. Now i need constructed. The hot witted minhaj. They both entered it as it was early. I was of the night they bought. It lies down and started sleeping at midnight. Makalu shouted a mullany. Yes swamy. She applied. I'm very hungry. Bring me some food. Makali'i nominee ran out to the forest quickly brought a basket full of fruits <unk> was shot. He wondered with another. Amy was a woman or a ghost. The next morning malka got up. Khalid went to take a bath in a nearby bond. Let dinner dental evening. Melanie waited for him without eating anything suddenly a a young and handsome hunt decking. He said that malcolm was killed by a tiger. Nullah near refused to believe this. She was confident that the <unk> daiga did not give such a bit <unk> g._d._p. As her husband suddenly the hunter jumped forward and tried to grab her and shouted beauty. You won't mind dump to me now any started running from there after run for a long time and suffering from great injuries. She turned back and looked at him furiously. Let your hands and legs get satellites. She cost him the next moment she had great cries malini own aleni of course it was small cavalier who had come as the konta nolini ran towards him lifted him and took him home. Makali'i was trying trying to test the chastity of mullany nulla new fed him with food and made him sleep the next day malcolm said to aleni amy that before their marriage he used to go to sacred rivers in offer players but now he could not do that as his legs paralyzed. Nullah needs suddenly made a huge basket using bamboo sticks and filled it with sick club. She lifted malka and placed him on the basket. She thanked the basket on her head and started walking to us the near the sacred shiva but makali'i started pestering uncall- when sunlight fell on him he ordered her to walk in the shape and when she walked in the shade he shouted that the branches just disturbing his view when she walked fast he complained that his body was shaking and when she walked slowly he shouted they won't reach their destination yuga but malini dominated everything. Finally they entered the village they crossing crossing the street of the nazis all the women they're asked mullany if she was mad to marry such an old man suddenly a woman in god but now give running dudes malini and cleaned her feed by rubbing her forehead on them but ma was amazed to see me in his dedication towards her husband. Makali'i was sitting analysis head looked batma. Suddenly an idea came to his mind. He thought i failed to prove delaney's. Integrity is wrong inspired to these many deaths. Let me try one more. What time using this ma moncada asked me need to stop there and construct a hut. They both went inside inside mall khania mild acknowle. She was surprised at this moment. She had never seen her husband's mine. Usually when she stood makali'i would shout ieuan bella sit down here and when she said he would skull when she kept quiet here with us. Are you made of wood given up sm- i and when she smiled he would ask. Why are you smiling smiling. This was life and when mal collier smiled turn. She was very happy however her joy didn't last as long makali'i asked malini my dear now laney. Can i ask you something of course swami me. Neither applied yesterday why people crossing the tussey street a good game and clean defeat right. Yes yes yes suomi she'd applied. I want to marry her. Mullany was shot but accepted early morning next day. <music> malini went to batman house andrew beautiful drug only in front of her house. This lasted for days but i wanted to know who's doing. Was this the next day but ma woke up very early and waited. She saw john malini coming towards at home and at once started running towards her. She asked melanie opioid stuff women. Why why are you doing this. Mullany told her about her husband's desire but my ass all mother your husband must be matt to leave you at madison knew euclid statue made of gold and i look like a decaying fruit can you can you not ask collini but multiplied that if mcaleer marries her she would never leave him and would always be with him now. Lanee accepted accepted. She went back to the hut malkov pasta with the sweetest floods whether she had explained his desire to padma not a knee said that yes and agreed to carry him to mass home that night night game at laney carrie mccullogh to patmos home he bet on the aleni to wait outside when nellie knee went outside her house but mark came running to melt color and stretched her hands to hug him. Don't touch me. If you touch me you will be done to ashes as i haven't touched any a woman even in my mind twenty one jeddah's but that lady told me that he wanted to marry me but my us. I made her say okay so i thought she would bust in anger when i ask such thing but she did not the woman who is standing outside is not just a mere woman one of the of the goddess of beauty. I just wanted to delete her dedication to her husband. I consider you as my doctor. Dr asked me anyone that you want. She'd applied swami at least in my next book. I should be one in a very very good community. I should be sister for mad. The would worships. I should be the wife of the bravest warrior i should be. The mother of the most most daring fighter lease cracks me all these boons swami. She asked him malka. Leah accepted an entire next bud bud bud ma was born as bad as the sister of shri krishna she matted <unk> and gave but to be menu ludlow went inside and then makali'i shouted hey melanie and their came delaney within seconds he adores <unk> even touch him mullany lifted him get him on ahead and walked back towards they on the previous day a group of thieves. I had dropped the palace of the fula. They've spotted by the royal soulages and they started chasing them. When the thieves realized that they would be got soon they decide to hide inside the hat that they saw nearby. That was the of today mondavi mahato she they they get all the drills near the entrance and hid inside the hut. The chancellor just got them. Unfortunately monday also also suspected in an estimate then neighbor all take into the ruler scored. The royal soldiers said that mandeville was the head of the mob and others his followers. The order to imprison all others except mandeville he offered to hit nails on mondays gesture chest hack him upside down for the whole day at the center of the village was walking to that way where mandeville was hung upside down. She unknowingly hit mandeville with a basket mondovi being so hot gust not let me that her husband would die why when the sun rises now. I need got furious. She couldn't digest the fact that mandeville gust her husband for her stay. She sect amanda via..

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How to Use the Word "Distinguished"

BM English Speaking Radio

05:00 min | 3 years ago

How to Use the Word "Distinguished"

"The meaning of distinguished is very successful Vel known or commanding, great respect with beaming list. Speaking radio channel loan one. You would every day and impressed the world in this English. Whoa. Cabinetry lesson. You learn how to use the word distinguished reassure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cabinetry, and speak English, fluently, and confidently distinguished is spelt as Deeks I s d I am g. You. I. S H E D. Do you agree that today? The world is one global village all countries need to cooperate with each other to develop and prosper will to achieve this objective. The distinguished leaders of the world meet every year at the economic conference in Canada, the exchange of information and ideas between the global leaders helps the world to progress for the listen carefully. How we can use the wood distinguished in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one off eight the principal missed a Maury decided to celebrate sanskrit day in his college. He consulted his teachers and decided to invite professor they're a distinguished scholar of. Sanskrit language, the professor gracefully accepted, the invitation and his speech, really inspired the students example number two of it. Have you heard of Michelangelo? I bet you must have he was distinguished Italians copter. Painter and architect. His works can be seen in room. He remains an inspiration for artists all over the world moving onto example, number three of it. Dr our retired from the government hospital last month. He served there for thirty years and had a distinguished career the hospital requested him to offer his services as a consultant boast retirement moving onto example, number four of it Malini distinguished herself in the field of dance and music. She was trained by several Gruz since the age of eight despite a busy career as a dentist. She never lost touch with dance and music today after thirty five years of dedication and commitment. She is respected for her contribution to the field of dance and music. Do you know venue, speak English, fluently, and confidently it opens new career opportunities and hands as your confidence. Build your socializing skills and help to become a global citizen to know more about English fluency causes log onto our web site, WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example, number five off eight one of the distinguished members of the biotech research committee will be visiting Mumbai next week the purpose of his visit is inculcate. Do remember this one the purpose of his visit is to inculcate the spirit of science among students from several schools in Mumbai example, number six eight Mr. Richards, attended an important meeting with his guests from overseas means from other countries later in the evening, he will traditional clothes of the host country, which really gave him a distinguished look example, number seven eight a famous motivational speaker suggested that anyone aiming for a great professional success should pay special attention to development and communication. Skills. This will make them look distinguished among their peers. This is interesting, don't you agree rental? Rin begins cooling normally there is a common education system for them. However, we come across children with learning disabilities that are teachers who have distinguished themselves in offering special attention and care to saturation today. Relearned

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"malini" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"US lottery history. This is Fox News. Mobile news on the level on the go. Someone who bought a Powerball ticket in Indiana is a million dollars, richer, rain, showers moving across Indianapolis on radar. It's forty-three on monument circle your high today, sixty five I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at eight. Oh, two Indiana was one of six states to sell a million dollar winner in last night's Powerball drawing. The winning numbers in case you wanna see if you're the millionaire are forty four sixty two twenty thirty seven and sixteen the Powerball number was twelve someone came into any Annapolis with the measles last week. Chris Davis reports someone from out of town who had the measles visited the Mike retell in and sweets on Rockville road in Indianapolis, they also had lunch at Shapiro's deli. Downtown Indianapolis back on March eighth now if you've developed symptoms between then and now, and you went to those places you may have been exposed to the measles. But if you've had the vaccine, then the Marion county health department says you probably don't have the measles. Chris Davis ninety. WABC mobile news property owner at odds with his neighbors in a rural part of Hamilton county. Terry Henderson owns an agricultural technology company, and he wants to build a barn to house his business on a plot of land. He owns along two hundred seventy six street thinking comes down to just not understanding that this truly going to be an agriculture technology training barn. The land is currently zoned by the county for agricultural use. Which is why Henderson, thanks. He should be allowed to build a building for his agriculture business on the land. But neighbors disagree saying it's still a commercial business which the land is not zoned for. They say it sets a bad precedent. It's been almost two weeks in the family of a missing Avon woman is still looking for Kurt darling reports nausea Farrell was last seen March fifteenth as she was heading to work. She never came home. Her car was discovered earlier this week devastating. Nauseous cousin Malini Eldridge..

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"malini" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"For three months in a lot of John Malini -ly. Oh, how's the different from usual? I was sick. Why did it? Oh. Zero credits. My wife is secretly putting glue my mtqr weapon collection. She denies it. But I'm sticking to my guns. Ed, come back. This show. We talk about to my name's Henry, and my name is John and together, we're Henry and John talking about stuff in things I'm sick for the first time in like three weeks. It's been two two two weeks two weeks. A lot's happened. You died. I got married. I die. They got married. I went to Vegas. I came back died again. Wait, this is out of order. Yeah. I did significantly less. But it's good to hear that. You're no longer dead. No longer dead. I had this is going to be a very controversial statement. But I had the flu type may Jesus Chris. Yeah. I I was flu a-positive. Oh taipei. And I'm sick and tired of being offside just because I had flu Taipei. I had flu type b did you what? No, I told the. So he told a lie now on the pot. I told a lie. On the previous two weeks ago episode. I did mention that I did get tested for the flu. And then they told me that since I had not had a fever for twenty four hours. They could do anything about it, nor could they tell me whether I had the flu, but I asked based on my symtas, whether the flu and the nurse was like you had the flu, but it would be a waste of time and money for us to slob you, okay? But it's good that you get. It's very important that when you feel fluey you find out if you actually have the flu because if we have recorded, and you had a different strain than me, I would have gotten the flu again. Yeah. And what have died probably the flu type b right now is the more severe one. Honestly, like, my mom watch the news. The news report about the flu knowing that. I had the flu immediately called me. She's like they're saying tight be is severe. And like that. It's going to be really bad for people who have it. Like mal, I flew Taipei. Please accept me for who. I am and stopped shaming me for my sickness the unity of flu type AB you can give the flu to either kind of flu blood purse premise sled tides. I get I get where you're going. So. But if my voice sounds weird in if I cough over John talking, you know, why because I'm flew Taipei. And I'm proud I am not hiding in. Shame. Any longer. I think it's a powerful statement. I mean, I've I've left behind the part of my life that has the flu. But the fact that you're living your truth. It's important. What it someone was it would become kind of like, I guess a Munchausen syndrome where it's like the keep trying to prolong how long they have the flu because it gives them an identity. They have so little to be proud of the only thing they're proud of is there flu. Yeah. I this is a very strange year. Because I am about like a fifty fifty coin flip on whether I get the flu shot or not every year. Yeah. Because I typically just don't get the flu. It's been maybe ten plus years since I've had the flu. That's funny. It has been ten plus years since I last at the flu, and I don't get the flu shot usually. And I I went to a clinic in a grocery store as you do. Yeah. Because it was nearby and I felt like death, and it might go from she's not my girlfriend. Anymore? My wife, very important very bio wife had to go to work, and she had limited time to bring me to the clinic. So went to grocery store clinic and got diagnosed a flu Taipei changed my entire life. I did acts the doctor. If I had gotten the flu shot would I have avoided this. And she was like it is one of the strands that are protected by the vaccine, it would not make it impossible for you to get the flu. You would have sixty one percent chance yet to not get the flu. And if you did get it it would be less severe. Yeah. The thing that people don't care about the flu shot as it is not. I mean, everyone knows that. It's not one hundred percent chance you won't get the flu because there are different strains. But it's not even one hundred percent shot that you won't get the kind of fluid. Alright prevent prevents will be much less of your would feel more akin to a coal, exactly. And also, you wouldn't be for the most part contagious because you're flu probably wouldn't be bad enough for you to sustain a fever for very long. Yet. And so my advice to both of us idiots anyone else out there who didn't get the back. Same just go get it there places where you can get it for free. Yeah. Just get the flu to get the flu shot. And even if you get the flu of won't be as back, even if you have to pay for the flu shots, like fourteen bucks. Yeah. It's nothing. I almost every year that I get a flu shot. It's because my work pays for nights. My new work has people. Visit onsite to give it, but I was too lazy to go. However, when I worked in a physical culture environment when I worked for recreational sports at a university, we were required to get. I mean, that makes sense would not let you start doing your job until you get the flu shot. Yeah. Because a place that's covered in water, and sweat and towels. You can really turn it into an influenza bomb. If you got the flu. Yeah. The flu sucks. Never get it. Yeah. The flu. Because when I the only time I got the flu other than my got templates. It was when I was a kid, and when you have the flu and you're a kid number when you bounce back as you're a kid. But also like there's a lot more stomach stuff to having the flu in your what get see I always thought the flu stomach stuff. Yeah. Because I for a while if I'm not throwing up. I don't have the flu not true at all. I looked up loose symptoms versus cold symptoms. Like man, this is a really bad cold. And I didn't I saw a lack of stomach stuff. Like oh shit. I have the flu. Yeah.

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"malini" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Now, these the black. Keep the streets. To keep. Refund. Malini? This won't be easy. Doubt need me. The people. The women. Keep the Campo is very seldom that you blessed upon your mails to play. Let you take the lead role. Hustle. I can keep you focused on your caucus. Deal. Warrener's the breakfast club. Good morning. You guys have a great day today. I don't know what. The weather's.

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"malini" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:56 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey one at one point five it is three twenty four. And we are Jeff Kylie build oils off today kylie's Fillon be back tomorrow. So you know, I like you. But, but I hate your opinion on this. And I'm probably going to be in the minority on this. I realized this because everybody despises somebody being obnoxious with her cell phone. I mean beyond beyond live shows beyond Broadway beyond the Malini Davidson show, it you saw even just restaurants, some people still get bothered hitters movie theaters. Right funeral homes in the middle of a funeral. Ooh. You think you're gonna get yonder pouches? That funeral homes. Okay. What if we did? Would you be then against it? I think is is is it right to start texting somebody in the middle of the funeral or using your phone or taking pictures of the body. Some people do that lets some people do that. Did you hear Trevor last night? No are he was doing this whole thing about taking pictures at a funeral. But he wasn't talking about the body and people were calling and I told him this was going to happen before the show. I said you realize a lot of people actually take pictures of the body and sure enough a woman called in right away. How her mom had done that made her stand as a little girl next to the dead grandfather? I think it was good Lord. Yeah. Okay. So point is what about a yonder bag. We have to lock up your phone at a funeral for the actual service. I'm not opposed really. Okay. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five or these yonder bags. It's like where you have to lock up your phone. So you can't get out. Is it a good idea? Let's go to Dave onto ninety five. Your New Jersey one at one point five, Dave. Hey, Jamie, k-, you guys are rocketing. Thanks. I'm in the middle of both you and in a sense. I could see if I was notified into that before I bought the ticket at this was going to happen. And that was you know, what the result was going to be then I can make my decision bug is probably happening is they're buying the ticket first and then being notified or not even reading. Yes. Yeah. You know, why? Because that Email that you got that you shared that was you know, to ticket holder. You already bought the ticket before you knew this. Yes. Yeah. So that's not cool. A little annoyed at that. Because you know, I already bought the ticket now to get my money back would be ridiculous. But I was notified in advance. I get to make that decision. But Jeff on Suren every in my opinion, every law every rule that was ever imposed is because some jerk wad something that the rest of us are like that. Back loss, and nobody else does this. If we all did what was respectable to others very to launch. In my opinion. We moved to do this. You gotta stand in mind, you you can only do three transactions out that one just seat seven transactions at forty five people or ninety. Okay. I understand what you're saying. But I would I would just make the argue the argument that the law here is if you do it security is going to remove you from the theater immediately. Not let you back in a no refund that would be the law. Instead this law is everybody is being considered suspect and everybody's being inconvenienced. So I get what you're saying. But I would disagree. I don't think there should be no law. I think the law should be different. That's all or the policy on this. Dave, don't don't you think. I know people are talking about recording some of these shows, but I swear I think phone ringing has to be at least part of why they want the phone's locked away. Don't you think these yonder bags are probably meant to be pretty thick and soundproof? Well, if they are and then. Yeah. And if they are let's see how they can really do that. If they're thinking, it'd be soundproof. I'm not sure that they can be enough feel a vibrate. Exactly. That's that's what I'm saying. If they are thin enough to feel a vibrate. And then you could probably hear the ring in which case, what's really keeping somebody from putting the record on. Right. So you're getting a buffet version of the show, but you still get in the show, but at least. Screen. But I don't know how I've never seen one of these back. So I don't really know. Sure. But you should have brought him you should have stolen one. And brought it in for a show and tell had I known I would have really should have just about that. Hey, dave. Thank you. Dave good talking to you. Thanks for calling in Jena in Deptford. You're on New Jersey one at one point five how you doing? How's it going? Hey, okay. What do you think of this Kylie funny story? I am going to see John me. And Davidson next month. I'm so excited. Good for you have you seen either them before. No. And I just got into John lady a few months ago in honestly, he is the funniest thing that has ever happened to me. He is hysterical for you're gonna love the show. I'm so excited. Former drunk a drug user, I don't know if you knew that Kylie. I had to explain it to Kylie earlier shut up. When you go to the show. How do you feel about having to lock up your phone? So it doesn't bother me because I'm not an idiot. And I know that you know, you can't record stuff like that. But, but but but before before anybody's yelling, I want to say that as somebody who is a teacher. No, I do not have children. But I understand how you feel about not being able to necessarily have the access to your children's. I totally get it. I understand family is important things happen, whatever, however on the on the other side. Listen, I am a millennial. However, I am not on the side of oh, let me stand during the entire concert and filmed the entire thing for my Snapchat feed. And then I'm never gonna watch it again. So I totally get it on both sides of the coin. Oh, you know, Janna you just tap gold there because if there were ever a place now, I'm not saying I want this. But if you're gonna use a yonder bag Laka phone away concerts because nobody is actually enjoying the concert anymore. Everybody's experiencing the concert through their phone, and that is truly obnoxious permanently. Hey, jennifer. Thanks. Thanks for calling in the New Jersey one zero one point five and that and that does not mean, I'm changing my opinion. I'm just saying I'm just saying if we're going to be anywhere. That's where it should be applied. We'll see see fifty five so obnoxious phone behavior has led to the downfall of society in a little pouch called the yonder. Locked pouch. You gotta put your phone in there. And you have no access to it is this a good idea. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five..

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"malini" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"A recording artist career, Billy Joel sang who will save your soul by jewel at this bar as a nineteen year old drunk person like. Is that a person who picks the fucking deep cut at karaoke? You get the fuck I'm the person at karaoke. Who's like we're going to slow it down with a ballot. You know? It's like. What do sin wagon by Dixie? That would be a guy be fun. But so then so then you saying this song it wasn't good. And it was just like great cool. Now, we can get back to having a good time, but you didn't fully embarrass yourself. I never done anything. Like like, you did isn't that? I I'm so ashamed you should be deeply ashamed. Oh, that's like one of those moments where you look back to something you did or said at a young age. And you're like what I know. I want like like it's like when I when I can't believe I got into college at that point. You know, what I'm saying you were someone who was like given given the opportunity to pursue higher education. And you are that chest wasted. I one time said that my my sixth grade Spanish teacher said who's your celebrity crush. And I said. Tara reid. You know, why she was like? She was and she'd been really looked the most disgusted anyone's ever looked. And I was like an inside. I was like, no, no, no, no, no. But that's masculinity. All that as well. And we're all victim to it. And can I say this atmosphere is not toxic sit is pool as it. It is an and it's an antidotes antidote to the toxin. And here's the thing. We just were very vulnerable with each other. And just that's that's comfortable doing that. Because I know that our guests I feel I feel that we were in the presence of greatness comfortable because we actually got to know our guests very well over the summer. Yes. Because we had an amazing experience with them. Yes. Because we were on very frequently. And we were on it to be on after after parties so fun on Facebook. Yes. And this was a show hosted by one of our guests, and the other guest was I was always almost always on the panel with his is almost always on the panel with this guest. And I was always like, Hank. God they never put us together. Because you know, what put us together once? Demanded it Regina and Regina king. King and over how cool and nice. She was. We'll have. And I called it bit. You call the you're gonna win something for streaker talk. I know I said for seconds and rice later, what is she seven seconds. But you also you also did say you have a lot of buzz going for you if you'll streak could talk and this is back in what July August genuinely. I did not know how good this movie was going to be. And also like because it's like, what are you talking about Oscar buzz in like August? It's like who the fuck put re Sheena, it's Regina. It's she's a known quantity is Regina king has been one of my favorites for a long long time since miss Congeniality two. Since before since Ray, I'm kidding, Jerry Maguire. Yes. Yes. Okay. So here's the deal. Yeah. I love our guest. I love her and we can see them coming upcoming. Okay. One of our guests. We're just going to say we're just going to separate them by name for now. And we're getting them in the gloaming glow moment the day after John Mullany tweeted both of them, and that's John Mullany, John Malini Malini with an M culture number twenty one. That's John Mullany tweeting our guests saying what an amazing night of comedy. Caroline, perfect comedy.

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"malini" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"I never did opt to look for that. It's it's very dark too. Which is nice in Saifi feel like. Anyway. Yeah. The gun world number five Spiderman into this. There's no tie matai. Tie into the sped versus beautiful. I definitely was a recommendation. It's is very funny as as I've mentioned earlier Malini, please spider ham, and he's very good at it. And it's beautifully animated. And it's it's just such a wonderful movie. I think everyone should say it spider HAM's, a real thing. Yep. It's a pig in a spider man costume. Yep. And that and it's in this movie. And it's funny pig got bitten by radioactive spider as well. As the like the pig has powers. Yep. I don't know. What about I think it's like maybe early eighties late seventies parody thing that that entered the university in it's just something they put into this movie in good effect in it, really? It's just it's it's such a it's like, a great comic book movie and all its took everything from the Spiderman books and put them onto the screen in a really fun way. In a good way. I think it's it's it's getting a lot of president deserves all the presents. I will say this. I would probably prefer to see an animated movie to a movie with all the crappy CGI if I'm going to see a superhero Louis. So I think maybe we'll watch that one. I think you would like it. I even in theater because it is really it's one of those theater movies. But at home to it, I think I do think you'd I mean, I know we don't agree. But I do think you'd like this. I wouldn't have thought you'd like Infinity. Why kinda thought you might like Black Panther because a performance by Michael Jordan was very good? But I do think you'd like into the spider verse. Yeah. Well, I think my problem. We talk about what the superhero movies is that they all just kind of devolve into the same thing where it's a huge battle at the end. I don't know. It's just not my thing who cares. But that's one of the things I liked about Black Panther was the the stakes weren't global or universal. It's you know wasn't. There's oh my God. The entire universe is gonna explode. It's like he's going to take control of your if your country. Yeah. I do have a problem with all the collateral collateral damage in those movies to human beings. I don't care about building ship. But like like, you just kill thousands of people like it's nothing. Anyway, that's neither here nor there. My number five is a tie. But it this is a tie that is that makes sense. It is sorry to bother you the movie and sorry tomorrow the soundtrack by the coup. Sorry, my ties didn't make sense. Oh, nobody said they had to I wouldn't expect it from you. Oh, you know, before we go on though, I shout out to our podcast friend. Michael Morris who got a big promotion at work. It's all say about that. Did you see sorry to bother yet? Can't believe the cave. Michael Morris promotion Jesus Christ. I liked that you said he had a promotion at work and not at home companies and chill. He'll he can't get promoted at home. It's that's San Francisco Laso, it's glass ceiling renters law. Yeah. What with all the Airbnb and shit now. Oh, I thought he. I thought he owned a whole block of of of things. Yeah. That thing he saw that. Mrs pacman looked really fun. Wow. This must be an Instagram thing that I missed. As I often do on Instagram. I saw I went on Instagram Facebook. I don't know. I will. I miss things on Facebook all the time to you. I know he sent me. A message on Facebook Denard are on Instagram die Tabei this. Yes. Yes. Anyway. Yeah. We did you see sorry to bother you. You did not. I did I not. did not chits on Hulu. Get it for it goes number four for you. Number four. I'm going to recommend a book..

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"malini" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"malini" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Theory. Don't be like me. I think right. Who knows? Don't do it recently. Well, I was in a parking lot. And I was waiting for a space, and then a lady backed up into my car, and then just kept backing up to my car. Just like what's happening card moving. And then the guy in front of me he was honking. Look. She's hitting. She's hitting your Carl's like what? Because I was like, why didn't know no. So this is my car. She's like reversing I'm waiting for like this car. So like, I'm not even looking this way, and she's like in my blind spot. So I couldn't see anything the back of your guests. There's dented my bumper. So after that and the guy that was how game he's like get out of your car. She's about to leave just like, oh, you right? So I got out of my car, and I stood in front of her car. Did what stop there? Your palm out startling. Yeah. You know, I had to explain that. There's a dent in my car now, and I got on formation stuff like that. But yes, that's to file a police report because I didn't do that yet. And this was a few months ago. Like, she didn't know she was hitting here car, just so. It was really loud. Yeah. It's really weird. I don't know. But yeah. Follow up with that. Because I still have not probably should you're right. Okay. I will say don't ever say you're sorry because then you're emitting fault. Oh, and that's not good. Because then you'll lose because then they could use that against you. Like, oh, this person said they were sorry said that it was their faults. Right. Because they're collisions not accident at that time. He just get the information. Take your photos filed a report don't say you're sorry. Cool insurance will handle it piece. Said sorry, I say for things I haven't even done. Blame for Brexit. Like, i'm. I constantly sorry about these. Brexit sounds like a brunch place. Accidents. I guess just be very nice to them because everyone's shaken up and everyone's mad at you to mainly because it's your fault. I've only been into one accident that wasn't my fault. I've been into like five. So I should probably stop saying. I'm sorry except for it is my fault. But my tip would be just to be nice. And know that everybody's also crying and freaking out unless they're not in just you. Or you don't see them. Can joke. I saw you just drove away. You guys have a tip for long car rides a whole actually I have one. So before when Pandora was cool. I would put a comedian in in Pandora. And then like you just get a bunch of clips of like random comedians in how you'd fine like new comedians. That's actually how I found. John malini. Pando at loves John Mullany. Do I I used to do this game with myself, pretty sad. Pandora. She would put the the station the comedy station on. And then the game. I would play is. I would name the comedian before she would like tell me who it was. And if I was right, then I would win against myself. Good. That's really good yourself. It's not, but then it evolved and then now on Spotify. You can listen the whole comedy specials. A good car game. Have you played the played the game contact. Yes. Yeah. I was just thinking that in my head right now, you're like that was going to be you're gonna say like think of good game to play like contact 'cause I was introduced to that game on a car ride. Now anytime we do road trips like it's just contact contact city dude, it's the coolest game. Let's explain it..

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Spending Christmas in Port Moresby

Correspondents Report

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Spending Christmas in Port Moresby

"This Christmas, many of the ABC's foreign correspondents will be spending the day far from Austria and their families. One of those is how Papua New Guinea correspondent Natalie wanting, but that's already finding a lot to love about Christmas in PNG. That's virgins. Like slums? It's that time of year, but not all workplaces will be shutting up for the fifth stoop season newsroom. Sow one of those places that operate every day of the so on Christmas day, they will be reporters hitting into work. They'll be little celebrations in offices and colorful paper cracker hats being worn behind radio. Microphones no matter where I've moved with the by luck of roistering or a quick of programming. I've always manage to spend Christmas with family having only moved to Papua New Guinea a little over two months ago. It seemed silly to be hitting back to a stray Leah already. So I'm preparing for my first PNG Christmas, the Christmas lights and decorations went up early in Port Moresby and there were big Christmas. Displays in a couple of the local pox. I woke last Saturday morning to discover some genuine festive Chee not far from my house. I followed the sound of some upbeat music down the hill. I live on to find a local footy oval filled with children among the thousands of kids and their parents. There was a group of people in Santa hats handing out gifts. That's where I found at least a Craig Malini from the children's Christmas feast, it's basically a way for the business has to get back to the community and for us to bring a bit Christmas joy and chin to underprivileged and less fortunate children at Christmas. Butts in pissing happening behind us, which is getting a great reception from the crowd. Yes. Every year. We have dance competitions for the kids. We have lion performance. We had us is we have robots. So we really try to put on a bit of a lunch for the kids. And then put on a bit of a show on have a big Christmas day for everyone on once again. Port Moresby has also provided one of my favorite Christmas events carols. Thousands of people gathered down by local beach to see all the classics performed on a big stage of ventured out with my partner Joel and the dog a German shepherd who works security for the national board caster. Unfortunately, we didn't end up seeing much of the carols. You see before the event abortion headband for myself that had to glittery reindeer suspended on top of it. I also bought one that had to Christmas trees on it for three who happily wars all night. From the reaction we go. I think it's safe to say the phenomena of dressing animals in clothing had yet to reach Papua New Guinea, people would genuinely surprised to see it. But it turns out funding joy and Huma in a dog in and out. This is universal. There was a constant stream of people laughing stopping to say merry Christmas and wanting to get photos. We've three sudden celebrity status we didn't say much if the performance, but we met a lot of new people. And I think spread a lot of. Will be more speech the Christmas on hurting. I want you working on the day as long as there are no major news events a plan to be celebrating with some new friends in my new country, and I'll be thinking of all the reporters who actually working along with the doctors, nurses, police paramedics and everyone else who will spend the day doing Mitchell merry Christmas. Watching reporting from Port Moresby.

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