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Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

Coronavirus Daily

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"The conventional criticism of diverse casting is that it violates some unspoken rule about realism. It's utterly one way traffic. He will not be getting any white people. Playing fellow lay anytime soon. If there's a bio-pic nelson mandela will not be played by a white actor. This is gum. That's the view on one british. Talk show anyway. But as npr's film critic bob mandela explains cross cultural casting has always raised eyebrows even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century bc when the greek playwright escalates needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy or sta he picked the god apollo choice. You do not make. If you're worried about vera similitude in casting live theater has always assumed. The audience can make imaginative leaps whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant or founding fathers who wrap shots. Hamilton of course is a special case. It's a broadway musical famous. Not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of thomas jefferson and george washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time i write a piece of theater. I'm trying to get us on the board. Latino composer-lyricist lin-manuel miranda's speaking with fresh air's terry gross black and brown artists. This is a story of america then told by american now. It's our country to talk with inclusion. Hamilton's calling card. Diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon and outcome. That seems natural. In retrospect but that flew in the face of decades of theatre practice in nineteen eighty-six when the stage union actor's equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than ninety percent of actors hired in the us were white and presented scenes designed to help theater makers consider other possibilities

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"mandela" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

08:18 min | 6 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"Is always. I am thrill that you're here with me today as he often is is our guest co host jack. Pc what's going on jack. Much man scott back into ohio been got my dad's spike per dad's old by her. Refurbish last week's override. That around the battle today it's It's getting easier. It's tough at first. The first ride. I took was a about four and a half miles and i wanted to collapse die as soon as i got to my car at home and i got to carry the bike up a flight of stairs because expensive pike and people steal stuff around here and i just. I sat on the steps for about ten minutes lake. Oh god how do just like dragging it like. You would like a a person who's been like knocked out or something you know. Yeah finally made it up and then actually passed out for a couple hours. Looks man like you know the trail like flying up and you're just like that can't be that bad you know. They've already got the momentum going but it's getting the momentum going that's the hard part and also being horribly out of shape. I am told that went to get used to it You know just a matter of maintaining as much easier maintain when to get that ball rolling. At least that's what i'm tall. Yeah all be less fat. And bela be out of shape. So they kind of go hand in hand most of the time but yeah absolutely. Hey just let everybody know we are live tonight. You might be checking us out on twitter. You might be checking us out on youtube. And also i'm sending a feed to linked in as well so we're live all those places we will not be able to interact on all of those platforms in real time. If you have a twitter. We're doing twitter. Live will do our best to. I believe jack is going to try and monitor twitter. And i'll try to look at it when i can and at the very least after the show will try to address as many of the comments as we can. We're going to talk about some interesting things today. We're gonna talk about the false memories that you have and if you don't know what those are on we're gonna talk about that a little bit and that kind of leads us into something called the mandela of fact and it really has nothing to do with nelson mandela. And we're we're going to explain what that is but that kind of goes hand in hand and we're also going to talk about. Just wrap things up at the end of the show. We're going to try to talk a little bit about the what we talked about. Last time jack was here which is the new interest in ufo phenomenon. That's been happening here. It's quite the talk in washington. Dc and there's a lot of speculation about what these objects are and we're going to talk about that a little bit so anyway. Let's talk a little bit about false memories just to give the audience some some some backdrop to this what a false memory is is something that we have all experienced whether you realize it or not everyone at one time or another has had a false memory and you may possibly have made mistakes in your life because of the and they're pretty easy to generate they can sometimes be generated by dreams but most often we generate them ourselves and a good example of it would be. Let's say you're getting ready to go to work and you say to yourself you know gotta put that report in my briefcase on my way out the door and in the meantime you're you you get dressed. Your phone rings somebody for more calls you. Something came up. You're in a hurry together. Things up go out the door and you get to work and you open your briefcase and the report is in there and you say to yourself i could of swore i put that report in there and you know. It's so vivid. I i know i put it in there. I can't believe it. I didn't and the reason that this happens is because when you said to yourself i have to make sure that. I put that report in my briefcase. You generated a happening in your mind and it got misfiled into something that you actually did okay this about ten times a week with my car keys. That's an example of what of what you do for quite often. I usually leave my keys on my kitchen table when i get home. Because that's just where. I've done it for a while. Yeah and every now. And then. I'll get home from like you know buying groceries or doing something else and i go to stick something my fridge and i have the keys in my hands still saw. Stick them on top of the fridge and then just forget that they're there but in my mind i swear to god. I put them down on the table. Where i always put them so this usually leads to about a ten minutes search and i find him on top of the fridge or in the fridge one time so trying to keep my my car starter and a faraday cage so it wouldn't have a minded zone or something. I don't know what. I was thinking that a but not that a couple weeks ago. I loved them in the fridge. So i opened the fridge to grab a bottle of water They they're they are. Yes you know. It's really to do and over time. These can get more complex. I've had this happened like over the years at family get togethers and so on people will tell stories and sometimes after some years go by. Somebody will say yeah. I remember that. And i know they weren't there. Okay and and i believe what happens in those situations is is. They've heard that story so many times and they've imagined it happening so many times it as the years go on they place theirself. They're at that event long drawn out version of telephone the my family as well And i sometimes wonder why. I are not necessarily why but i sometimes wonder how these are factor in in criminal investigations especially when something has happened. Five ten fifteen years ago or longer and you have trauma involved on top of it It makes the wading through those waters without evidence. That much more difficult because you can have different variations of what happened. And who is there and who wasn't and it can be very complex to to to sift through when it's something harmless like forgetting your car keys we can dismiss these things but in other cases where there's you know testimony involved in especially through the passage of time false memories can Can be a big problem. Slanty kinda leads us into what is called the mandela fact. And it is. You can look this up in research yourself. I'm gonna put it in a way that it it's it's simple to explain and it's it's entertaining to here in in terms of a podcast. So it is as. I believe the new york times did something on this awhile. Back in two thousand nineteen and a loosely defined it as a recent refinement of false memory that typically refers to pop culture or current events. And what the mandela effect is. This actually goes back to. I believe this was in two thousand thirteen. Nelson mandela died. And a lot of people distinctly. Remember him dying in prison in the nineteen eighties. Which of course didn't happen right. So so this takes us to a new level with the question here becomes is as we previously just discussed. It's easy to understand how a single individual can have a false memory. But how can you have potentially tens of thousands hundreds of thousands or.

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"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"We are having issues with that voice mail But bear with us on that if you have left a message and you didn't hear it on the show. Please leave another one for the american phone number. The canadian phone number six seven three three eight one two six five. Give us a call. Leave your message. have your voice heard. Let's talk about what you wanna talk about And joey thank you a lot for coming here for doing this You know. There's i y you know i definitely enjoy having the opportunity to be pro and con and four and against hearing all different sides of all different things because there's so much to talk about and there are so questions out there that none of us have ever answered every last one of them leads to freedom of depression of anxiety of anything. We aren't mad. We aren't crazy. We aren't rambling. Were all literally all of us at every stage that we're at we're all just trying to figure it all out. I'm brother before you let me go from your show if you would just give me two minutes. There's one manda that i think is most important mandela Because i think he just makes it makes so much sense how to punked. Mandela is a whole so there's the mandela act of the volkswagen logo where there's no slash in between if you haven't heard of it it's like one of the major mandela ex. Now i can debunk any mandela back. But let's go for that one because the logic behind it helps people to realize why i believe the mandela Is ridiculous so the mandela at community claims that volkswagen has been magically changed whether it be by sern or god. Or whoever's doing it in it's never had a slash in it and now it does which is true is never had a slash..

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"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"So every time you find out something new something old goes away or something changes that also to me is a possibility for the mandela fact. Because things change the matrix movie talked about it with the with the fucking drawn. Blank on this deja vu. That's what it was. It was the deja vu that they said was the glitch in the matrix that that was you know changing things My you know my my belief and all of us again. Because i come from a place that states that were in energy based universe the mandela effect is is mandatory in that universe because my belief system dictates that things change any changes you know there are certain competing powers that offer up certain things that changed other things so the mandel effect to me isn't sern isn't alternate realities isn't anything it's fascinating to know that there are changes and there are physical changes and changes that i remember that nobody else remembers that could be completely wiped out of the closet. It could be wiped away completely But it's my experience. So my experience dictates that i i want the mandela facts to be around because i appreciate what it does and how it leads to other things just like you want to bunk because in your terms and in your reality it's detrimental and i firmly believe that everything we do in think we're breaking out of literally just another layer of the game that we're playing so no matter what we're doing. It's it's totally irrelevant. Honestly ladies and gentlemen everything that you're doing is absolutely irrelevant in my opinion but it's absolutely mandatory that you do it and that's that's kind of a fun thing so i mean i don't know there was no answers. I don't think that we got anywhere further here but anyone that was listening to this show. They certainly got some more stuff to look up. I think you know. And and and i think with somebody who has you know my my knowledge level and or the paths that i chose to go down connecting with somebody like you the paths that you chose to go down enabled a conversation that will create new paths for new people. Nobody's better than anybody else. Nobody's worse than anybody else. Rogers traveling down paths right now. Amen i'm going to wrap it up on that do you..

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"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

04:26 min | 7 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"You still work began working for your family. What i'm saying. Yeah i i. Don't subscribe to the whole go to work and earn a paycheck business. I mean i'm i. My life have been at war with with all of those people just because i can You know i i. I saw through a lot of stuff at a very young age. And i took certain steps and and you know the world right now is built on the simple fact that you've been manipulated. Stay one with regards to everything you've ever taken and seen think about everything that you are afraid of right now ladies and gentlemen it all came from the television so the television and of itself was invented to give you an idea to tell a vision and that vision is fear scarcity is wars is aggression. So we're we're going to tie it up a little bit here because we we've run long. But i wanna know you know. Is it possible so now that we've had this conversation. We've had this debate now that we've talked about all kinds of stuff. Is it possible that maybe you're wrong about going out of your way. To debunk mandela fact. Could it be wise to take the best parts of it. Which is why you had mentioned before where it leads. It's a gateway conspiracy as it were. I mean is it. Is it such a big deal that you like to you. Is it such a big deal that you think that it it. It can't be. It can't be utilized for a positive light and the fact again br which brings us back to existing the fact that it exists. Don't you think that that in of itself means we've got something more important something bigger that we can all work together on no And the reason why is two reasons..

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"mandela" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

06:32 min | 7 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"No one drifts into excellence. I'm your host. Steve sheer and today's episode is showcasing. What many believe to be impossible. Effective leadership in politics. Lieutenant governor mandela barnes. Is my guest today. And the current lieutenant governor for the great state of wisconsin. I'm so excited for you to hear this conversation but a word of advice before we jump in. Now you're going to need to do some work. Set your political alignment aside for forty three minutes or so. It's not easy for some of us. Here's a practical tip. If you find yourself saying yeah but don't finish that sense now. If you're willing to do that and listen with focus. I promise you'll not only respect the man you'll also gain several practical pieces of application by the end of this episode. And i'm betting that you'll agree with the tiny difference that i lay out in the altro. Okay so what does a lieutenant governor. Do very glad you asked so. Let's jump into. Lieutenant governor barnes reading down what his role in office entails is one of those sort of in some ways obscure roles where last not the position that always in the public is not what people immediately think about when they associate different issues of were different areas of concern higher to the pandemic being in office. Lieutenant governor was inexperienced. Like i never had for now when we're campaign and we had a chance to get all across state and talk to so many people and it felt like we were just always in overdrive and after we took off his. We took over tribe further. It was it was amazing. The things that we've been able to do places you've been able to visit in the we've been able to have conversations with and so i am very proud honor to serve in this role. Being lieutenant. governor has been an incredibly unique opportunity out served in the legislature a previously. But i ran for lieutenant governor because i felt that there was a need for us to expand opportunity across the state of wisconsin and we needed to lead on really critical issues. I think about model personal experiences. And i think about the experience of people that are close to me. The help inform my decision making but things changed around this time last year. Things change drastically went from a taken a hands on approach to governing to take a very virtual approach to because things still. We're going to be able to adapt dangerous circumstances if you could help us with a few foundational things because he touched on a little bit with with the position that you're in and and i think that average day what that looks like might help paint a picture for people. So what does the average day look like You can go pre our current situation you know pre covid or whatever What does it look like for the lieutenant governor and ultimately what are some of the goals of the position. Yeah thanks for that. If i were to hang a picture it will be an abstract painting first of all. That sounds good. That's fair that's fair. But like i said before. We took a very hands on approach. Showing up places. Much speed is much able to Prior to the pandemic in the role of lieutenant governor. I liken it to the role of vice president to the president very similar in motion. You serve as spokesperson at times of or the administration. Basically they're just to assist the governor. In what your roles and responsibilities into becoming a depend on your relationship with the governor. And i'm fortunate to have a very solid personal and professional relationship with governor. We know each other off prior to us become a running mates in. I'll say here. There's a different way that lieutenant are elected across the country Wisconsin we don't wanna six as that system so you'll have about half the space you automatically are. Older ticket are right. Away governor or the candidate for governor will pay their running mate right out of the gate in some states though. Governor lieutenant governor running completely independent of each other and you essentially have scenarios where heavy immigrant serving as governor and they were looking in wisconsin. You run completely independently independent of each other in the primary on the general. You are a ticket. You can't have one without the other in so think about the responsibilities of that brings because it is a different way to have completely different personalities. Serving together complement each other. I think we both bring different experiences in life. We share values in that helps us in. The governor came to me ask. What issues were important. I'm want to work on as lieutenant governor as opposed to issuing some sort of eat it saying this is what you must focal and i chose issues at center around equity and sustainability in the able to service chair. The governor's task force on climate change. while sitting. on a number of other councils in task forces the criminal justice coordinating council the missing in murdered indigenous women task force the health equity council in the an inequity council that was established as well in with envious. It is no average day home every day was completely different especially in our first time. I told people was almost like getting to go on a field trip every week. Because we are so many different places. We hit all seventy two counties in our first year which was very important to us than six counties every month on average in. We did that intentionally. Because we want to be seventy two county administration. We do not want to leave people behind. Everyone feel like they are represented by this administration so every day's different Now days are still different. But i'm usually sitting in the same exact place all day. What about after work is there in after work for you will. Not as much now. That's must've after work for anybody. He's yeah the last year So.

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Selfless Leadership with Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes

The Impact of Leadership

02:43 min | 7 months ago

Selfless Leadership with Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes

"Does a lieutenant governor. Do very glad you asked so. Let's jump into. Lieutenant governor barnes reading down what his role in office entails is one of those sort of in some ways obscure roles where last not the position that always in the public is not what people immediately think about when they associate different issues of were different areas of concern higher to the pandemic being in office. Lieutenant governor was inexperienced. Like i never had for now when we're campaign and we had a chance to get all across state and talk to so many people and it felt like we were just always in overdrive and after we took off his. We took over tribe further. It was it was amazing. The things that we've been able to do places you've been able to visit in the we've been able to have conversations with and so i am very proud honor to serve in this role. Being lieutenant. governor has been an incredibly unique opportunity out served in the legislature a previously. But i ran for lieutenant governor because i felt that there was a need for us to expand opportunity across the state of wisconsin and we needed to lead on really critical issues. I think about model personal experiences. And i think about the experience of people that are close to me. The help inform my decision making but things changed around this time last year. Things change drastically went from a taken a hands on approach to governing to take a very virtual approach to because things still. We're going to be able to adapt dangerous circumstances if you could help us with a few foundational things because he touched on a little bit with with the position that you're in and and i think that average day what that looks like might help paint a picture for people. So what does the average day look like You can go pre our current situation you know pre covid or whatever What does it look like for the lieutenant governor and ultimately what are some of the goals of the position. Yeah thanks for that. If i were to hang a picture it will be an abstract painting first of all. That sounds good. That's fair that's fair. But like i said before. We took a very hands on approach. Showing up places. Much speed is much able to Prior to the pandemic in the role of lieutenant governor. I liken it to the role of vice president to the president very similar in motion. You serve as spokesperson at times of or the administration. Basically they're just to assist the

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A Conversation With Dr. Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen on the Anatomy of Pain

The Nocturnists

01:44 min | 8 months ago

A Conversation With Dr. Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen on the Anatomy of Pain

"I am sitting. Here with dr abdul lukin adult. Thank you so much for coming onto the nocturne to talk about your book. Thank you very much for having ma'am late zip pitching to be here this afternoon. I loved this book. Thank you for writing it. I think it's going to be such a rich conversation. Tell us a little bit about your path to anesthesiology pain. Medicine are grew up Surrounded by doctors and my dad's gp He stays a midwife. He's old assist as a gp. Her children all doctors. And then we have a solid justin psychiatrist in the family. So i followed in the family tradition and i'm into medical school most fun course. I did at medical. School was the first six months where you could choose to do. Something in the humanities. And i did a six month. Colson comparative religion. And i have to say that that was probably the best most challenging aspect of going to medical school. But i think what i liked the most is that you could just help people at very basic level and when i finished medical school it was quite turbulent time in south africa which is where i'm from originally so we were transitioning from the apartheid government. President mandela just been freed to this was the early ninety s There was a real effort to change the way that had been done from the past. Where really if you had a particular color skin. Then you were given the jobs in the hospitals in the city where you up that was near the beach in a few whatever slightly different color dhaka shea. You got into other places

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"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

04:51 min | 8 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"I'm wrong. It is the wolf and the lamb. It's the there is there is mention of the line. But the comparison is and it's come back again wins. This fucking thing is crazy. It's it's tearing apart tearing apart families families in the church were we're all destroyed but okay so so that that's what the mandel effect is you you remember. I remember it man. The whole world remembers line the lamb but it is the wolf and that's a new change and again the two or more convenience changed as well to something else if two or three are gathered. Then i'll be there with them now but it was two or more. Yeah exactly what it was now. It says two or three two or three. What about the fourth person fucked a family at kobe. Dinner if you're a family of six one of you waits in the car. You're you're you're family sticks this going to be awkward. Can the little one zone table. There we go but it and so the mandela factors. Really fun to it it it does it does its thing but that is you know that's the truth. That's a reality. And that was what the mandela was was was the statue of liberty and liberty under town and to this day. I don't give a shit i can't remember. I just know that it was changed. So buddy who ran his mouth before. If you're listening again suck it. It's man it's fun being an individual. Who has these conversations have just openly talked about whatever they want you see you see anyone decide that they wanna fight you and you know after the after the first ones and it's funny too because the podcast and the instagram are two very we are tied. We are the same person. But you wouldn't know it you wouldn't know but that's the thing people if if people you're wrong they are more than happy just to blast you say that you need to know that you're wrong and i'm right and i think that's the craziness this this. This last year is just rant that up and made people even more angry. That if angry things differently than i just i'm gonna rip you down and i think i think if we can figure that one out that just allow people to think and ask questions and and be upset with you but not not having to destroy them. Cancel them to shut their voice down. I i think. I think we're we've done a lot of damage to each other into our society in this past year. Just just by permitting at not only permission by actually applauding. I'm going. I'm glad we're destroying people's lives in and shutting down because they deserve it and they have to pay for what the fuck is wrong with people. It's ridiculous yeah if you've got an issue with somebody like you know. Move your car off my foot police. It's awkward. But i'm gonna. I'm gonna set your whole house on fire if you don't move your car with my foot like it's the most ridiculous thing i mean..

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Thought of the Day: Leaders Should Always Speak Last

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Thought of the Day: Leaders Should Always Speak Last

"Leaders should always speak last welcome. Today's leadership thought of the day brought to you by leadership lifestyle. Podcast leaders should always speak last. This is something that the great nelson mandela talked about. When he was actually talking about his father who was a tribal leader in one of his principles. His father's principles is when they would have a meeting. He would just sit in silence and let everybody speak first so he could get everybody's perspective on different things and really focus on listening where people are coming from before he would interject and when that conversation came out other people have ideas from other people and better things. It'd be discussed because they weren't they when the leader speaks i. Everybody wants to mimic of leader said it. Maybe i should say it instead. Listen to your team. Then you want to interject when you have all the information. Ask some great questions. So today's leadership thought of the day brought to better leadership lifestyle. Podcast grow yourself just a little bit

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Dembele Rescues Barcelona

ESPN FC

01:39 min | 8 months ago

Dembele Rescues Barcelona

"What a huge wayne football celona round led by one dollars two. Now it moot like this is going to be two points. Trump verona coon site but ballet's ninetieth minute go his boss all three points. Let's just remind you how things stood back. In matchday twenty one athletes were absolutely cruising no problem whatsoever eleven points player of barcelona and real madrid. Let's fast forward now showy to now twenty nine gains played just three points rate up to how gap has been close faster just one point behind it really is quite extraordinary julianne. I'm the wrong is with us as well to reflect on the title race which is now very much on in spain. Joel's massively and how things have changed if you look at the first fourteen games for boston. I six wins four draws and four defeats if you look at the fifteen. After he's fourteen wins and one draw. They've been exceptionally in two thousand and twenty one and even tonight where if the game after the international break. Everybody's tired matiz no on on. This is the first time in twenty two and one way doesn't score find a way to change formation three times and they find where we've who's mandela who's been fantastic as well apart from the first half of the party against peers should have been so clerked for this team so good for them and for him to get the winner as i think he's summarize really want to half of the season that we've seen for so far

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'Coming 2 America' Goes Heavy On Nostalgia

Morning Edition

03:07 min | 9 months ago

'Coming 2 America' Goes Heavy On Nostalgia

"Too heavily on nostalgia. Unless you're a huge fan of Eddie Murphy's classic 1988 film coming to America, and lots of people are there's not going to be a lot for you, and it's less than inspired sequel Coming to America. We celebrated her 30 years absolute and prosperity. 30 Years of service. Well, great nation on 30 Years off Delicious fast food. The new film begins with Murphy's Prince Akeem Joe Fair, opening a fast food restaurant called McDowell's in the African Country of Amanda Devote ease of the first movie. No. This chain is owned by Akin's American father in law, played by John Amos, who denies his business is in any way a rip off of another well known burger joint. They've got egg mcmuffins way that a mixed up in this way are also celebrating my new beyond big mix burger, So there's no meat. There's no meat. Maybe we're getting much better with Pepsi Call Max here are subtle as a sledgehammer. This scene mostly gives us an excuse to see Amos and Louie Anderson, who also appeared in the first film, The Story of the original movie was a black centered fairytale. Murphy's a keen came to America, Queens, New York, of course, tow avoid an arranged marriage and find true love in the new movie. After the death of his father, King Akeem discovered he fathered a son unknowingly in America. Teams return to Queens brings one of the Sequels funniest moments when he revisits a local barber shop where movie magic allows Murphy and costar Arsenio Hall to play multiple parts. Just like in the first film can't be both famine and blood. Damn, Nelson Mandela and Winnie just discovered that I may have a bastard son here in this land conceived during my last visit. How much data supports you getting from the King pays no child support. No time for 30 years and you came back. You're the damn it. Comic Jermaine Fowler plays the sun. Lovell Johnson, who brings King a came home to meet his mother marry played by Saturday night Live alum Leslie Jones. My African I told you he was gonna come back. So you know this man. I definitely know this man. I know this man all the way live much as I love Leslie Jones, she and levels. Other American relatives, including Tracy Morgan, as his uncle Come off is uncomfortable stereotypes as King Akeem introduces his son to the moonda and pressures him into an arranged marriage. Comedy gets clunkier and more predictable, like a Mel Brooks style parody of the Black Panther of The Lion King and the first coming to America. Ultimately, this coming to America is mostly an excuse to bask in the glow of characters who's shown so much brighter and distinctively. 33 years ago. I'm Eric Deggans. The Los Angeles Philharmonic is launching a new season of streaming concerts today called

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Myanmar Erupts in Protests After Military Coup

BBC World Service

05:28 min | 10 months ago

Myanmar Erupts in Protests After Military Coup

"Seeing members of the civilian government arrested on military vehicles back on the move has sent a shudder of apprehension across Myanmar people. The BBC has contacted their have spoken of their fear about what comes next. The military coup has taken the outside world by surprise, too. The United States government has announced it will rethink its decision on sanctions, which were lifted in light of the moves towards democracy since 2010 at night people in towns and cities in Myanmar bang pots and pans in protest of the military takeover. Jonathan head. Military coups. Real hunters taking over with uniforms, lots of braid and tanks on the streets. It becomes such an aberration that when they do happen, there is always an element of disbelief. It's as though a part of our breakneck technology driven world is suddenly catapulted back Toe a bad movie from the 19 seventies. One that took place in Mama on Monday was especially baffling as it was carried out by an army which had designed the Democratic system it over through and it kept so much political power under it. Coup seemed unnecessary. And it deposed, uncensored uchi, a leader once idolized as a fearless champion of freedom but who in defending the military against charges of genocide was then denounced as a fallen angel. Gamma is a fearfully complicated country with a history, which has bean traumatic even by Southeast Asia's turbulence standards. Get the rest of the world has bean unable to see it this way because of the overpowering draw of a woman veiled in a mythical aura, combining fragile femininity with steely resolve magnetic charm. With imperious detachment. She was the stuff of fairy tales, holding out a loan against an antediluvian and brutal military and eventually cajoling them into giving the Burmese people free elections. And in huge numbers, they chose her. That narrative, though, has been hard to square with the woman who also appeared callously insensitive to the horrors endured by Muslim RA hinges on her watch. Now we're being asked to reengage with uncensored DCI in military custody Once more. I've seen lively debates among engaged Burma watches over whether she should be supported again as the imprisoned symbol of her people's democratic aspirations. Or not, because of the many undemocratic impulses she showed, is the country's defacto leader. How did we get so focused on this one person in a country of 55 million and in a region with so many other woeful tales of injustice that deserve our attention. Partly it's about timing. Went on sans Souci first emerged as a political figure in 1988 on what was supposed to be a short trip home from Britain, where she lived with her British husband and two sons, Burma as it was then called Was little known trapped in military imposed isolation. A terrible repression of the protest movement. She led on the start of her long incarceration coincided with the collapse of communism in Europe and the rise of a new World order. In which it was hoped Western or U. N. Led intervention could write many of the world's wrongs. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, just a year after the release of Nelson Mandela from prison, and it was hard not to see similarities in their dignity and fortitude. Like Mandela, uncensored cheese. Long periods of isolation under house arrest meant that few got to know her well, and the world instead projected an ideal ized version onto a complex and difficult personality. She came to embody the optimistic belief that the arc of history in the memorable phrase used by President Obama, whose visit to Myanmar marks the high point of uncensored cheese reputation. Was bending inevitably towards democracy and freedom. Fast forward to this year, and all that optimism has long since dissolved in the disappointments in Afghanistan and Iraq in a global financial crash in bitterly polarized politics. And now a pandemic. Few believe anymore in the kind of miracles that Myanmar's transition to democracy was once thought to be. United Nations Security Council, the embryonic world government that never, Watts has mastered a statement of concern over Mama, which failed even to mention the coup the illegal overthrow of an elected government. On San Souci is now being charged with the laughable a fence of possessing illegal walkie talkies. That will be enough, though for the hunter to disqualify her from the new election. It's promising to hold eventually. Have done this to her before, but she is now 75 years old. If she manages another political reincarnation, the generals are betting she'll no longer be the resolute figure they've bean unable to beat for so long. And perhaps it's time for all of us. Even the party she founded and has dominated for more than three decades to let go of the woman. They still call Mother Sue and the Lady. And to seek younger personalities who can chart Myanmar's future.

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"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

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"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

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"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

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"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

08:36 min | 11 months ago

"mandela" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

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David Dinkins, New York's first Black mayor, dies at 93

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:36 min | 1 year ago

David Dinkins, New York's first Black mayor, dies at 93

"Former new york city mayor. David dinkins passed away last night at the age of ninety three. Join now but the reverend al sharpton president the next action network and host of politics nation. Right here on. Msnbc and rev. i've met david dinkins in person because you. I met him through you. I think he was here to do at thirty rock to do an interview for your show. And i'm so excited to meet him. He was such a great man. What are you remember. most about David dinkins well. I knew david dinkins. Since i was a teenager when i was sixteen and started my national youth movement group. He was the lawyer that incorporated us and down through the years. We maintain the relationship. And sometimes i would argue would on call them names and one hundred be more strident and it took time to understand that. He had such grace even under the most tumultuous circumstances and i felt he should be more strident. He said al. You have to learn how to get the job done. Keep your eye on the prize. But i most remember. Is that when we were facing a police. Killing of a young man named ahmadou diablo. Who in the hell of forty one bullets was killed. Nine thousand nine hundred bullets for only gone in his debut. Stick in a key in the door and the police thought. They said they thought he had a weapon. He was just going home. They were looking for someone else and david dinkins. When we started protests every day we would go down to the police headquarters. The main one in new york and sit in and hundreds would be arrested. He called me one. One is at what time y'all have. The demonstrations was a former. I said ten in the morning. he's coming down. I said but we're getting arrested. He's out seeing the morning and he came down and went to one police plaza where he had been mayor and got on a knee way before colin cabinet. He took a knee and was arrested and had them cuffed him with congressman. Charlie rangel and himself and me and we went to jail fighting police reform that he started with that civilian complaint review board. He never left the struggle. He was not wanting to be loud and boisterous but he was firm and made real change happen. Yeah absolutely you know. We started off and we could see charlie rangel and james brown. Lots of people in the photos that are that. I don't know if you can see them. That are coming up as as you're talking and you know we started off by talking about the way that dinkins was taken out of office by rudy. Giuliani this rage. That giuliani stoked already. There in the police against what mayor dinkins wanted to do which was changed policing. I feel like we're kind of having a rerun of that conversation about black lives matter about whether or not police should be free to kill it will in black communities. He tried to do something about it. Wouldn't you take from that fight. Is it dispiriting to think that after great men like this have tried after. You've tried after we've had all of these movements. We're still fighting about this were you. Were you fight you win. You don't fight to say the fight is over in a certain amount of rows. This is not pro boxing wrestling. You fight to you win and every struggle has had long struggles. I remember when nelson mandela gain which you mentioned then david dinkins had me as potted group. That went to the un with him. And just jackson. All of us. And when i thought about it took nelson mandela being jailed. Twenty seven years after fighting many decades around the pon-tae. How can we complain about fighting. We fight to. We win knowing that the victory is certain. And that's what they dickens would always say and as i want more national from new york activism. He said you still fighting. Now keep fighting. He come down national action network rallies. In fact he was there just a few months ago. We had his ninetieth birthday there and we never forgot this. Gentle giant had a had a spine of steel. And he didn't need to be boisterous he just needed to be effective and he was the one that broke that ceiling and made people know you could be the ceo of the biggest city in the world and perform. He revitalized times square. He started this whole community policing and in many ways you are more than correct. Joy is almost like to study donald trump. You have to study rudy giuliani. They took credit for things then get predecessor did and they used race to try and rev up a political career that ended up embarrassing them at the end. Indeed amen. thank you reverend now. It's always great to talk with you. Revenue sharpen. Thank you very much. I

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Joe Exotic speaks out after husband Dillon Passage's DWI arrest

Hard Factor

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Joe Exotic speaks out after husband Dillon Passage's DWI arrest

"Joe exotic husband dylan passage got busted for dui and minor texas. On sunday evening police pullovers dodge challenger go figure go figure that guy's got a challenger in the thirteen six hundred block of us highway ninety manner. According to the reports quote mr passage made officers where his social status and marriage to fame. Joe donald passage aka the tiger king on scene the incident so immediately he pulled tiger king card manner. Police said in a release so yeah he's like you know that tiger king guy. I used to bang him. Yeah like that's gonna play with texas. You're like now. We're definitely searching. Yes yeah according to the arrest affidavit. One stop passage told. The officer just left the domain where he was at seventy seven degrees rooftop patio bar and he said he had three maderas. Right so yeah. I don't know he also he also thought it. Would you pass a three breathalyzer. after three. Even five minutes he'd probably be under. He also always thought it was seven thirty pm and it was one thirty. Am so the wrong day. So i don't know how many bells that takes for a guy. His size would take probably six mandela's well he's pretty small. Yeah he was lik is taken to the internet. Joe exotic brought the heat with a comment from jail. saying in. Regards to dylan's recent troubles. I'm just glad that no one was hurt. Learning such a lesson that drinking and driving is something we take very seriously. I love my husband will be here for him just at he. He has been there for me. If we all learn something from this. It's not okay to be irresponsible and drink and drive a hope that the news media will cover this sees that a flawed system not only affect the person's in my life but it also affects that person's entire family. Alcohol was not a problem for dylan. When i was home. Hash tag free. Joe exotic hashtag. Pardon joe exotic hashtag. Help free joe so guys. This whole thing could have been avoided if joe had been out. Somehow he commented from jail. King mark wins his damn twenty. Thirty seven's a long

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Interview With Petter Kukkonen

Physical Activity Researcher

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Petter Kukkonen

"But so in ancient world we we cannot understand it without mentioning religion but we also cannot understand that without mentioning sophy and you are mentioning that our our hero of the of the story echoes. He lived at the same time as plato and aristotle and and you also have the scenes in your book where where these philosophers appear so would be exciting. You maybe share a little bit about those Those storylines in in the book before olympic games. Cenovate thirty on just Too which was the blaze were. Lotto's gymnasium was located on. They had them exhibition resting much. First alex against the abuse and then what was one of spectators and then he wanted to challenge alex unbuckle. He had a history of of competing in investing in infinite. Nothing olympic games but fee of this highly respected games in increase. So he was in real life also released. Strong restaurant denied. He was already sixty Sixty three years old so they they are they are having frosting matz with Afterwards having some wine. And i'm talking. I didn't bring any new philosophy of some kind of maine lies about his thinking. And then there's so so obvious double in young who'd think there are dates of seventeen or sixteen elected sixty couple of couple of years older than On spending about a pin. Im seven days long. Local mocha pick festival in offense. They're spending like going just the other an underground With wine about philosophy and so roaches or encounters with those two big names. And yeah you mentioned that. You didn't want to go into detail about the philosophy of plato aristotle. But i think it's quite a nice way of kind of tying in those historical figures which brings to the question that i didn't remember to ask yet was that did you have a character. All my historical character dot you draw inspiration from when you are building your your character aliko stories. He like a combination of different stories and sources. Or how how did you. How did he come to be as he is. He's for cirque combination of of different ideas. That are there must be bark of me. Thinking there is part of fiction My biggest hero in Cup all the up. His character person. I would say i have copied a face. He's characters he used in east books. So it's gonna fly combination of these three things. Yeah do we have any any stories that we have available about the athletes of those times. Do we have any sources about we know generally about sports than we know generally about the olympics but do we have any in his threes of those athletes. Who actually doing we do. Have something mostly bow. Stories out you know for some kremlin of millo. lexi's time a little bit cleaner. Howdy highly. it was like the cow in his shoulder and carried it for. I don't know thin stadiums and then drinking litres of wine after up on a leave some some rocks which sweater the weight of seven men at the start being reimbursing the time aura results in that time so interesting to compare results of Weekend we can do it just like fun. Sixers really absolute up spot At the start dates of or eight years something continued to adults for the mandela for fifty years old and For example tennessee. Something about pope sparked story about the guinness. He was a boxer and then also doing bankrupt and bunker weakened call. It's kind of a free fight. Which bills have the time. So he won't doing he sport cab your own or over. The only the big he had was due at one thousand four hundred together so if fast it's If he had liked wendy years don't carrier he had only hit the seventh beat the rockies three year so that was some kind of picture how how much they look a beating so totally professional athletes. Who train and then. They just pat time hopefully folk going for one competition to other. We must remember governor blames. Our cars drives up to use shapes. Our image travel hiked by themselves from from the states to another disincentive.

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Oluwatosin Olaseinde  Africas Financial Literacy Queen Says Be Careful Who You Trust

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

Oluwatosin Olaseinde Africas Financial Literacy Queen Says Be Careful Who You Trust

"Fellow risk-takers. This is your worst podcast host Andrew Stanton. I'm here with featured guests tosin on the say in day tosin. Are you Menu Rock. Yes, I am ready to rock. Let's go. I know you are and I know because I see you rocking it every day on Instagram video. So I've been trying to get you on the show and I'm so happy to have you and let me introduce you to the audience tosin is a professional accountant with over ten years of experience spanning across accounting audit financial management and Taxation. She is the founder and CEO of money Africa and edtech platform that enhances financial literacy and Investments leveraging on technology person is a Washington Mandela fellow. She was a finalist at the future Awards in 2019. She was selected as one of the top 100 women by the leading. Ladies Africa. She was awarded one of the top eight Traders by CNBC Africa and 2012 and is a member of the golden key International. Honour Society post office. Spoken at tedx and It's featured on BBC UK Al jazeera's Guardian as well as others. And of course you can hear her and see her every day on many Africa on a gram but doesn't take a minute and fill any further tidbits about your life. So Monday Africa started as a passion project you just wanted to teach people about money that you got my first degree at age of twenty. And even that was an accountant. I struggled with my money. I was living from hand-to-mouth. So I wanted to change that for other people to didn't have to make the same mistakes. I did so after letting about right and district and speaks and wanted to speak to a Nigerian Market using the same language using the same examples things that you can relate to and that's what we did. So we have over 4,000 subscribers in our platform and we've reached over a hundred thousand people online and offline. I'm really excited about it. That is exciting. I'm curious when you started it. You probably had some Vision wage. But in reality things went a different direction, but we're successful. I'm curious. What did you think you were going to be doing with it versus what you are doing or or was it straight on target to be very honest. It wasn't really just the hobby. So I just opened an Instagram page and I just wanted to share my lessons with people right? I just turned Thirty and I was like gosh, you know, I made so much so many mistakes and when I was younger, I just wanted to teach people and I just said I'd posted and like wildfire 1000 followers then we so 5,000 followers. Then we saw $10,000 then then Instagram had only one that needs to be viewers. You couldn't do more than that, right? So they were like, oh totally what more we want more and then we said we go let's go and let's have horses were being as you know, let's have physical classes. So in all honesty, I did not see any growth this way. It really just happened the markets responded positively and they were responding to them as well and just collect get creating products for them. You know, I I can totally picture that wage. Cuz I mean here I am in little old Bangkok and I really know nothing about Nigeria and certainly about the Nigeria Market. Although I'm learning a lot these days as I was talking about with you before but but I can say is that when I saw you on the video it just you know, it makes you just want to stand up and cheer because you know, you bring so much energy so much passion to what you're doing and you know, sometimes you know, you're just talking about Bank earnings, but you know, you still bring that energy and passion to it. And so I always try to make a comment like whoa. Yes awesome. So I imagine that it's growing because I think you do have a lot of passion and I think you share that with the audience. So that's also one of the reasons why I wanted to get you on the show to share some of that passion with my audience. ATT I'm very excited to be here. Yeah. Well, so let's get started. Well now it's time to show your worst investment ever and since no one ever goes into their worst investment thinking it will be home. Tell us a bit about the circumstances leading up to it and then tell us your story a fantastic. So this was in 2017 and at this time of the year off, right the Bitcoin was gaining so much momentum at the beginning of the year was like $2,000 and it was $3,000 and it kept growing now remember I'm straight account and I only I know about basic things and I know the stock market and all this other thing but click on just sounded very futuristic. It's not a very abstract. I just don't understand it now. He's a friend and he always tells me about his really oh I made so much money this I did that I did that. I wanted a piece of the pie right? So what I was accustomed to I a mutual funds or stocks, I think know I got a job. I do understand it. So I was living on my friends knowledge, right it kept telling me about all his wings and then in the midst of it all it went from two thousand to five thousand. I remember when it hits $10,000 and I can't wait anymore. I need to get it. So I reached out to him and I said listen, I want into some of those pie and was like definitely that's not a problem we can get you in now at this point, but Bitcoin now was about $18,000 way about so I handed over a large sum of money Andrew huge sum of money to this person to help me investigate cause I thoughts because I was so futuristics. I can understand it. I wouldn't know how to navigate it and I needed to actually speak to this person that actually knows how to go about it. And

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Interview with Jessica Pimentel

The Wisdom Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Jessica Pimentel

"Think we should start this bitten style properly by first correcting our motivation why we're here today together knowing that there is immense suffering in the world the knowing that here we're here for each other we're going to help each other get through this. Yeah. She changes in metal trump GW engine, and again bobby some Ashington meter Gordy grundell action ladder barsial. Edema Guru anomalous local. Sanga chewed on. So Joel Non, much android Doniger. Like aging yogi personality from our patients under partial song on. So Casual Moma. Jonjo dynamic usage legitimate soga pursuing on your Partial Dunga Judo's Okay Joan Lama Jonjo it tunnicliffe search. Digital Kepa Solanki. Alah Pension Asanga group. Wow very nice. Is that particular Chin from from your teacher? Is that from? Yeah. That's more melodic tune. Sometimes, we do chanting just very straightforward but I figured I'd do the Little Nicer version for for the rookies out there that may have never heard it. Might enjoy. Doing maybe we start with just a little bit about the meany of starting with like like Mandela for you did this John and you tell us a little bit about that because I'm sure as out there that that very interested in what you're doing with your hands. Right. So it's symbolizing the world you make the world you're purifying the world it a perfect place and you're setting up here. That's four continents floor directions in the mountain meadow the highest mountain, and there you envisioned a perfect pure realm and menu, fill it up with incense and flowers, and every offering that you can think of everything that has ever made you happy you kind of you offer it up to your teachers good Dharma Sanga and also your you know your afflictions things that may be bring you pain suffering you just offer it up, give it away, purify it all in making making everything. The way it should be. Wow. So you're really using your mind in that practice. Of course, you're saying something we'd be voice in you've got your body. You're also really using your mind when you're saying those brands with that digitalization. So absolutely, and I think you know one of the most beautiful offerings I've ever heard was an ocean of flowers you. You could never afford that many. But when you're doing this practice, you can offer things that you don't have. You can walk by you know. The diamond district offer all the jewelry there. Every beautiful thing you've ever seen things that you wanted for yourself that maybe you can't afford at least you can put it in that digitalization offered up to all beings you know in beings. And Use It as a as a release that have been attachment. Fantastic you're using your imagination. You don't necessarily have to own object your for. Only objects that you don't exist that Don exists are objects that are intangible. I can offer the laughter of your children or something like that. So it can really go go wild with your imagination as to what you think are the most beautiful things Yup I think in this case, going wild with your imagination is encouraged, right? Yes. You should. You should absolutely because it it's essential as you as you go on in practice to be able to develop your imagination because you'll you'll have to find yourself. Putting yourself in situations where your imagination is what's going to bring it to the next level of your practice I'm imagining that will imagining didn't mean to years that would I'm imagining? We'll be coming back to this would imagination out quite a bit. Did The Sun Creek you tell us what that is all about going for refuge is a Buddhist yield. You're going for refuge to the Buddha, Dharma, on the song the good is. Being all beings? Dharma. The teachings, the truth with the on Songa the collection, not just monks nuns but everyone around you that is going to help you achieve this goal. By the goodness of the deeds that I do and giving in the rest meaning to six projections of. Giving and morality patients, concentration wisdom giving morality patients, ethics, concentration, and wisdom of by practicing these things. May I become a Buddha not just for myself but for the sake of all living beings South intention. Yes. So Is Interesting. So Buddha dominance sauna. So you know for you before the acting career before the music business which will get to there was Buddhism right that came Beckham before the acting I think and I was wondering you grew up. Christian MRI. And I was wondering growing up Christian what was it that? How'd you end up Madonna breakage what drew you to the Buddha? Question. Is. It still boggles now it doesn't Boggle I. Am very lucky I grew up in a loving Christian household. So wasn't one of those you know fire Brimstone type situations might my grandmother was wonderful Christian? My my aunt is a is A. Wonderful Wonderful Beautiful Lady she is what it sounds like. You know it all intents and purposes and I have many wonderful Christian friends and family that that are amazing. But for me I felt like there was a point in my life maybe was a certain age of coming to being where certain things just didn't make sense to me anymore or or I. Felt that I was being drawn in another way and I wasn't sure what that way was. It wasn't a rejection of something but more a seeking more something else something that that just was sort of calling to say. So I. Couldn't quite out what it was and I remember my mother had this shelves. Books From College. There's one book in Religions of the World Textbook as a as a good place to start as any. and. So it's just kind of like starting through going through all the religions of the world literally starting with animism and and native American religions which brought me back to thinking of my own heritage and things that we learned from our grandmothers are on tees than you know, herbs and prayers that are not in any books or dances, or you know traditions, words that that are that I. Thought were Spanish that are not for example, and I started going to college and learning about that learning about old medicine learning about all different not just my try all the tribes of the Americas and I really was a great and still is a great experience. Great part of my life of the day I was still kept feeling that there was more and in my thirteen fourteen. So. I started going to hardcore shows New York hardcore scene, and there was a big Christian of consciousness movement bands like WanNa wait and shelter and and Chroma is and bad brains singing about this other esoteric type things and and you know the Christian of monks were always there hanging out singing hotter Krishnan and handing out food and stuff. So of course, I was checking it out and and there are some things that kind of you know paying some interest for me but then again, it was a lot of. Things that weren't also clicking. So know go back to the book the Book of the word yet it again. kind of thumbing through it and I see Dow is and I'm like reading through it. It's very logical. It's straightforward. There is no puppet masters like. Extra beings, there's no like get off the pay money you don't have. There's no strings attached. It's cause-effect cause-effect cause-effect that if you do a long enough, be will happen if you one plus one is to the softest thing in the world can cut through the hardest giving with time things like that and that kind of really appealed to me it was very grounded and very focused than. Kind of removed that, which may be I needed for awhile removed that. Mystical magical element at made it more about how to fix yourself now

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The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000

"200,000 Americans dead since March due to Corona virus Today near the Washington Memorial. 20,000 flags laid visually represent lives lost. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was there splats are indicative not only of the lives lost That the families left behind and suffering the lingering effects of the pandemic. Also taking a toll for many less than a month ago, this Dallas area 15 year old posted a video. Oh, my name is hands and saying, And this is my Mandela. He seemed fine. But days later he took his own life for teens. It's a pandemic within a pandemic. They're not saying there appears they're not saying their friend, pediatrician Anisha Abraham says teens are suffering justice. Their parents are more young people are feeling that sense of Helplessness and uncertainty in isolation. The National Alliance on Metal Health Illness Help line has seen a 65% increase in calls and emails since March. Jim Ryan ABC News September is National Suicide prevention Month, Michelle France and ABC News staggering statistics

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You've been warned

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:48 min | 1 year ago

You've been warned

"Welcome to kits, myths, and mysteries stores of the strange and unexplained I'm your host Kit crumb today the warning. You might think that a warning from anyone to the united. States would be directed to the Capitol Washington DC or the Pentagon and not necessarily to the people but you'd be wrong almost as highly debated as UFO's our crop circles. Circular patterns have appeared wheat and corn fields across United States and around the world they've been attributed to meteor electrical storms, crop disease pranks by teens. Perhaps, the most widely speculated source for making these often complex designs are aliens or UFO's although the term crop circle wasn't coined until the early nineteen seventies the earliest reference to designs in fields. Of Grain was in sixteen, Fifty, eight in Harford Shire inland and were said to have been created by the mowing devil in nineteen ninety a dry lake bed near Oregon's steam mountains was the side of a thirteen mile long truce Janta Mandela Crop Circle this ancient design claim by many to have been created by aliens was in reality created by a local group of artists. Likewise, the crop circles that started the world's awareness of such things was created by Doug Bauer and Dave twirly who were inspired by the saucer nest case in Australia for a farmer claim to I have. Seen a UFO, then found a flattened circle of swamp reads a massive crop circle reported to be the last warning by aliens of coming cataclysms that may possibly bring our world to the brink of destruction appeared in Washington state in July two, thousand, twelve notable Russian scientists agreed on the warning while the United States government remains noncommittal on the warning aspect of the crop circles but area farmer's preparing for summers. Harvest find a distraction more amusing than alarming. You can't do anything other than laugh dotted said Cindy Gabe who owns the field along with her husband Craig you just? kind of roll with a theory aliens and your special because aliens chose your spot trends called the give on July twenty fourth when the pattern of flatten wheat was spotted off highway one, seventy, four about five miles north of the town Wilbur. The field is about ten miles south of the grand. Coulee Dam push up your reclamation says is the largest hydropower producer in the United States the circles resemble a four leaf clover and remind Cindy and Gregg Gabe of Mickey Mouse years the design knocked down about an acre of their wheat some of it could be salvaged by combines Starts in a week or two she said but some will be lost. Crop circles have been a worldwide phenomenon for decades, and this is not the first one in Lincoln county similar circular patterns were left in crops in the Wilbur. In Twenty, ten and twenty, eight and online. There were no signs that anyone walked into the field. We're trying to figure out how they got out there without breaking any of the wheat. It's hard to walk through. CRUNCHY wheatfield not knock it down. Gibbs said at the same time it's hard to think it's aliens. So bizarre thing to wrap your brain around like the UFO's the debate over the source of crop circles continues. But now you've been warned

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Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

All Things Considered

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

"And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington today, the governor and lieutenant governor of Wisconsin now President Trump to stay away from their state. So did the mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin, who says the city needs time to heal, But the president showed up anyway. Trump's trip comes after days of unrest following the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake that left him hospitalized. It also comes after a white 17 year old Kyle Riton house with charged with six criminal counts, including first degree intentional homicide. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes, a Democrat, joins us now Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today. We're glad to have you. Governor Tony either sent a letter asking President Trump not to visit Kenosha. You've called for him to stay away as well. Do you see any potential benefit to having him? There may be a chance to meet and talk to him in a productive way. No, I do not because if a real leader would have proven that already, he would have given words Tio help console the people of this community of people of this state and the people of this nation because what happened in Kenosha? It's something that happens all too often in this country, and the president has offered no sort of resolve. You can look at the president's invective. You can look at the RNC, which tried to capitalize all such situations, which tried to politicize People who are crying out who are stepping up marching and demanding racial justice. And Donald Trump doesn't want to hear that He is going to use every opportunity that he can to divide the people of this state. A CZ. This is a critical state for his re election, and it's unfortunate because You know, these are realize that we're talking about Governor Evers called for a special session of the Legislature on Monday to address police reform. But Republicans didn't show up and that session lasted 30 seconds. To get any legislation through. You need Republican support. Do you have a plan for how to do that? Well, eyes unfortunate that you know, we could ask. What's our plan? When the Legislature and the Republicans in the Legislature don't get asked why they continue to ignore people, it took them forever to respond. A covert 19. They haven't responded to the health care crisis. They haven't responded to the dairy crisis that our family farmers are dealing with in this country. They haven't responded to gun violence prevention. They have responded to the client. Crisis, Every issue they continue to fail and ignore the people of this state. Kenosha is the latest city to deal with protests and sometimes counter protests that have turned violent governor ever sent in the national Guard as the protests were heating up, and some protesters said that having the guards there made unrest worse. Do you think the governor made the right decision by sending in the guards? So the governor sent in the guard's ate with controlling fires that were set. You know, this is all in the interest of safety because fires can get out of control. Fire touches the wrong thing. You have explosions that you can potentially have more loss of life. That was the purpose of the National Guard. I think what protesters were experiencing Was a heightened response from from law enforcement and the press conference that happened shortly after the young man who traveled to Wisconsin from Illinois to kill two people in our streets. The response was well, maybe if people weren't out past curfew, ignoring the fact that you're the shooter was also out past curfew. So to assign blame to that the victims that shows where we are in in terms of thought with some of the local law enforcement that's on the ground, and this is the reforming accountability that we're talking about. Whatever the reason, the guard was there, even if it was just to try to put out or prevent fires. It ends up being a law enforcement presence, the presence of authorities and this is the dilemma. I think for city and state leaders, how do you control what could become violent unrest? Without making people feel that the feds were storming in or with a guard is storming in. That's a really hard dilemma. Have you figured out the right balance of that? Is something that is a learning process. If I'm going to be completely honest, and and I I always I always promoted the fact that law enforcement should continuously Work to deescalate situations. Whether it is a or a personal interaction like the one with Jacob Blake and the three officers or whether we're talking larger scale events like protests and demonstrations. I think that you often see peaceful protest turned the other way when there is a heightened presence of what is perceived as authorities. So yeah, I do think there is there is a there is a problem. Because when people are protesting police, you know aggression with police overly aggressive police. The response cannot be over overly aggressive law enforcement. How to deal with violent unrest is becoming a major issue in the presidential campaign, and many Democrats who do not support President Trump worry that violent unrest helps him. That it lets him say the Democrats are weak on crime. What's your level of concern that you may be inadvertently helping President Trump's reelection efforts in that way? You know, I think that it's important for people to realize that again. The people who were killed. In Kenosha, where protesters they were killed by people who felt that they had a responsibility to help things to help matters to assist Now, like you mention Law enforcement are air National guards are there. They didn't eat health. Yet. These people are free to just walk the streets with long rifles, intimidating people. I think that is the important thing that people need to realize. Andi. I hope that folks to understand that Republicans continue to enable this sort of behavior this sort of behavior. That actually leads people did That's Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you.

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Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

Dan Proft

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

"Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, commenting yesterday on what should and should not be investigated between the Jacob Lake Police involved shooting and the Kyle Rittenhouse case. The shooting and killing of Two rioters. Injuring of another guy's investigation is ongoing. But we don't need an investigation and know that Blake shooting falls in a long and painful pattern of violence, and this is a pattern of violence that happens against black lives too often. Across this country. And as you all know, we saw even more gun violence unfold on Tuesday night when two protesters were tragically killed in one other injured by gunshots. Someone that wasn't looking to keep peace. An outside agitator. Someone who came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect me till you have not anything normal. We shouldn't come to expect that We shouldn't accept it. Because what do you think is going to happen if you haven't agitated man with a long walking down the street? Thinking that he's some sort of peacekeeper, and that kind of behavior shouldn't be enabled, either, And we have to deal with the devastating results of that way. Saw that happen in Louisville already. We saw it happen in Charlottesville. Somebody ran their vehicle to protesters ahead there. Higher was killed now. Kenosha, Wisconsin is also home to that sort of tragic scene. We have to Not ever want to see that happen again. Hey, Lieutenant Governor Barnes. What about in Seattle? Where Ah, Two people were murdered inside the Chazz Chop Autonomous. Own father of 19 Year old was murdered. Just filed a $3 billion lawsuit against the city. What about the violence there? What about Violence against police officers, including committed by Jacob Blake, resisting arrest prior to him being shot. Is that something that's relevant the number of times that Jacob Lake had to comply with police officers before it escalated to the shooting. And while we're manufacturing characterizations of Kyle Riton house, what about the actual records of not only the writers who were killed A convicted sex offender who was according to New York Times reporting, charging Riton house a somebody who was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon and in time public intoxication, who was shot and wounded. The other individual also The other individual killed. The other writer killed also criminal record. Should we talk about Jacob Lakes from El Record and what he was doing at his ex girlfriend's house in the first place? If you want to provide context in the conversation, fine, let's do it across the board and let's separate what we actually know. Versus what the left is hoping is true. Hoping something is true versus what you actually know, are two different things. What's the evidentially standard for making determinations about prosecution's about judgment calls? It seems that one of the questions that Governor Evers and lieutenant Governor Barnes and federal politicians from Diana Presley Kamala Harris to Joe Biden Don't want to comment on is that interesting

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Ten Doors

Criminal

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Ten Doors

"We know now that they were following us for about a month. Cry To our we did. Notice strange things happening. But when you're working underground you are. For most of the time, you're a bit paranoid you. You kind of imagine that everyone is looking at you knows what you're doing. And looking back off to the arrest. We realized that they were following us for quite a while. In Nineteen Seventy, eight, twenty, nine year, old Tim Jenkin was active in the political efforts of South Africa's anti-apartheid movement. The country had been operating under apartheid for thirty years. A system that institutionalized racial segregation. The word apartheid means a partner. and. The government was controlled by white minority. Tim Jenkin White. He grew up in Cape Town. So I grew up under the situation with everything was divided. So. spatially, cities and towns divided the white areas. Black areas. So we went to white schools. Were black schools in black areas. Everything was separated even buildings had separate lifts for White People. For Black People. Talk said benches, white people and black people and certain beaches with designated for black. People. Most of the beaches with what people So. I just accepted eight. Because I didn't know any better I just assumed that the way things were. And then. Maneuver Twenty one years old the to the K.. He says, everyone he met their asked him what he thought about the fact that he lived in a country that was so racially segregated. He says he was actually confused. But then he started seeing programs on TV. Shows that would never have been broadcast in South Africa about the consequences of apartheid and at first I, didn't believe these These films that I was seeing. I thought it was all propaganda. After awhile, and after reading books that I couldn't obtain in South Africa. I began to realize the started thing is something quite terrible. I'd be living. Positive it. Really maintaining it in the sense and not understanding. What's Black South Africans? was suffering. He, returned to South Africa, and started studying sociology at the University of Cape Town. There, he became friends with another white student named. Stephen Lee. And started cheering books that he had brought back from the UK. anti-apartheid. Books and political histories that were censored in South Africa. At. This time the most prominent anti-apartheid organization was the African National Congress also known as the ANC. Nelson Mandela was a member of the ANC. By the nineteen seventies, the organization was banned in South Africa that had been declared unlawful. Seen by the White Minority Threat to. Public. Order. They operated underground and Tim and Stephen had heard that if you wanted to get involved, you could try contacting their office in. London. So the two of US traveled to the. UK. and. Simply went and knocked on the door. and. It was quite an amusing. Incident. because. The person who received US Said please just sit down there and you'll be wasted. Then he went into his office and type something on a piece of paper. The piece of paper said. You should not come here. Please meet me at the cafe around the corner in half an hour. So that's what we did. Tim and Stephen met with members of the ANC several times. And they asked to be put to work back home in south? Africa, the said Okay you can go back and sit up your print shop. And we'd need to teach you various things like security matters, how to conduct yourself in the underground. And showed us a few other. Innovative. Devices for for distributing leaflets and information one of these was. The is the leaflet bomb. It's not really a bomb. It was really just. Kind of exploding device. That would kill. Hundreds of leaflets up into the air, and then they would rain down on a crowd target crowd somewhere. So we went back to South Africa. With this knowledge. And set up shop.

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Wisconsin Gov. Evers: ‘Serious Time in Kenosha'

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Gov. Evers: ‘Serious Time in Kenosha'

"Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers held a late afternoon news conference Thursday in Kenosha, the community that's been rocked by protests and unrest since the weekend shooting of Jacob Lake. Ah black man by Kenosha police. It is a serious time here in Kenosha, Evers and Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes addressed both the shooting of Blake and Tuesday's fatal shooting of two protesters and the wounding of a third outside agitators. Someone came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect. 17 year old Kyle Riton House of Antioch, Illinois, faces several charges, including first degree intentional homicide, which carries a mandatory life sentence in Wisconsin. If

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"mandela" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mandela" Discussed on Untangle

"Siebel Villa. Thank, you very much. Ariana family me and thank you. For joining us, it is my sincere pleasure and honor. I would love to begin with you telling us a little bit about your own story and the inspiration for your current work. Thank. You very much. Really. I grew up in effeminate that was highly politicized and our shaved. By the history of the Feminine so-fi as its involvement in the struggle against apartheid resume colonialism in south, Africa, and in Africa in general and in the fight for the. Liberation of the black masses AFA people against the shuttle's off. Appreciate up on. Racism and all forms of injustice that degeneration of Mandela waged against our shaped by that kind of history and our shaped by those material condition, and it is the involvement of my family and my involvement of my great grandfather, Nelson Mandela that has inspired me to anti into the food dolf intensive relations particularly focusing on issues that were made peace confluence, Aleutian and human rights in South Africa. Andy. Africa's when the world more generally, and at the moment, my final stages of my doctorate studies which averages stepped on that Nelson Mandela University in Africa and partly, half of my research was done in the United States at George Mason invested to scorn of conflict, resolution and analysis. Dot Potential Training has opened opportunities for me. I'm currently based in Juba South Sudan where I work as a team, lead the country director for the Subsidy Program for an organization whole geneticist for human rights. So that is the way that I'm currently doing in south, Sudan. Patent puzzle supporting the Peace End. Development Agenda since the end of the civil war in this part of the was. So that's the kind of work that I'm doing, and that's what I'm engaged in at the moment. I'm sure people are curious about a little bit of your direct experience with your great grandfather. What is a memory that you might have and a piece of wisdom that you've learned from him that you'd like to pass along? A very few memories of. Microsoft. Grandfather Nelson, and among those memories was always division that instilled to all of us and something that we all learned from him and even the past generation the past it to him that. Occurred to importance to treat people quantity godless of their social status in society when you begin with rich people. Equally. You begin to understand and begin to know who people are for people would be willing to talk to. And people will be willing to listen to. That Nessin did. If you look at the entire store, you would have conversation with his prison. And he was highly regarded and respected by his prison for he treated that particular individual symptoms spent that they will lead to the president of Salafi, Cadet and. Someone that comes from. Hubble, begins. And when you begin to imagine from the kind of a background is individual new, get to recognize that we are only important it regardless of social status in society,

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"mandela" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"mandela" Discussed on Untangle

"This week I have a special guest, sea. Ebola Mandela. WHO's the great grandson of Nelson. Mandela. Lilla is a PhD in peace and conflict. Studies, in continues his grandfather's legacy of advocating for human rights and shares his perspective on the stomach nature of racism with us. He recently wrote a chapter in the book for the sake. Of Peace. African perspectives, on. Racism? Justice. And peace in America. Sibylla will also share with us his perspective on what we can each do to decolonize our own minds and the lessons that he learned from his grandfather's character. He speaks to us today from south, Sudan where he works. Welcome Siebel Villa. Thank, you very much. Ariana family me and thank you. For joining us, it is my sincere pleasure and honor. I would love to begin with you telling us a little bit about your own story and the inspiration for your current work. Thank. You very much. Really. I grew up in effeminate that was highly politicized and our shaved. By the history of the Feminine so-fi as its involvement in the struggle against apartheid resume colonialism in south, Africa, and in Africa in general and in the fight for the. Liberation of the black masses AFA people against the shuttle's off. Appreciate up on. Racism and all forms of injustice that degeneration of Mandela waged against our shaped by that kind of history and our shaped by those material condition, and it is the involvement of my family and my involvement of my great grandfather, Nelson Mandela that has inspired me to anti into the food dolf intensive relations particularly focusing on issues that were made peace confluence, Aleutian and human rights in South Africa. Andy. Africa's when the world more generally, and at the moment, my final stages of my doctorate studies which averages stepped on that Nelson Mandela University in Africa and partly, half of my research was done in the United States at George Mason invested to scorn of conflict, resolution and analysis. Dot Potential Training has opened opportunities for me. I'm currently based in Juba South Sudan where I work as a team, lead the country director for the Subsidy Program for an organization whole geneticist for human rights. So that is the way that I'm currently doing in south, Sudan. Patent puzzle supporting the Peace End. Development Agenda since the end of the civil war in this part of the was. So that's the kind of work that I'm doing, and that's what I'm engaged in at the moment. I'm sure people are curious about a little bit of your direct experience with your great grandfather. What is a memory that you might have and a piece of wisdom that you've learned from him that you'd like to pass along? A very few memories of. Microsoft. Grandfather Nelson, and among those memories was always division that instilled to all of us and something that we all learned from him and even the past generation the past it to him that. Occurred to importance to treat people quantity godless of their social status in society when you begin with rich people. Equally. You begin to understand and begin to know who people are for people would be willing to talk to. And people will be willing to listen to. That Nessin did. If you look at the entire store, you would have conversation with his prison. And he was highly regarded and respected by his prison for he treated that particular individual symptoms spent that they will lead to the president of Salafi, Cadet and. Someone that comes from. Hubble, begins. And when you begin to imagine from the kind of a background is individual new, get to recognize that we are only important it regardless of social status in society,

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"mandela" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mandela" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The Day was June tenth nineteen eighty. The African National Congress published a message that are tight leader Nelson Mandela wrote in response to so wait. Oh, uprising in nineteen, seventy six. At the time Mandela was imprisoned. In nineteen, forty, eight, the National Party came to power in South Africa and began implementing the policy of apartheid at the time, racial segregation existed in the country, and the white minority held political power. Though. Segregation had long been in practice. Apartheid extended policy. Dictated where people could live and work based on race. The Population Registration Act required people to be classified and registered as black, white, coloured or other. Pass laws reinforced the ideology of white supremacy by controlling the movement of black South Africans. Plenty of other apartheid laws were passed that enforce the country system of racial segregation and disadvantaged the majority black population. Nelson Mandela was a key figure in the anti-apartheid movement in the early Nineteen Forties Mandela joint the African National Congress or a C. A political party that became dedicated to ending apartheid once the National Party came to power. In the decades after apartheid became official government policy resistance to the system sprang up South Africa. The ANC was heavily involved in the fight against apartheid and Mandela emerged as a leader in the ANC. In June of Nineteen seventy-six black students in Soweto township led protests in response to the government, mandating the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools. Afrikaans was a language of the white minority. As thousands of students marched in the demonstrations. The police responded by shooting at the children. Many children were killed and the Soweto uprising spread across the country. At the time of the so wait, oh, uprising Nelson Mandela was in prison, serving a life term after being convicted of sabotage in the Rivonia Trial in one, thousand, nine, sixty four. During his time in prison, Mandela continued to write and support the anti-apartheid movement and people help Tim Smuggle his writing out of Robben Island prison. One of the messages he wrote from Robben. Island was in response to the Soweto uprising. On June. Tenth Nineteen, eighty, the ANC published this message, stating that it took more than two years to reach them. It included an introduction by Oliver Tombo who was president of the African National Congress. The introduction acknowledged the importance of Mandela's quote. Call to unity and mass action, especially since nineteen eighty marked the twenty fifth anniversary of the Freedom Charter, a document ratified in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, that demanded equal rights for all South Africans. In the introduction, the ANC urged readers to quote make one thousand, nine hundred a year of united mass struggle. In the message Mandela laid out how quote white domination is held in check by force of arms, and how apartheid was opposed by many people, he also called for black unity instead that quote. Victory is certain. Near the end of the message, he wrote the following. Unite mobilize fight on between the and Ville of United, mass action and the hammer of the armed struggle. We shall crush apartheid in white minority racist rule. Mandela was released from prison a decade later in one, thousand, nine hundred. Negotiations to end apartheid soon began and Mandela became president of South Africa in one, thousand, nine, hundred four.

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"mandela" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"mandela" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Totally absolutely totally insane. And that one I I believe that. A couple of actors do some get in a car. They think coffee or whatever the car, and they were singing the song, and they're all waiting to sing the world. And it didn't come in. They're all like looking confused, and the thing why did it defend why did he just end? But that is how it ends now. Tell it's always end. But thus all mind-blowing, even the while the ones that kind of our confusing are the changes that people say that experience in human anatomy that the heart was always a little the last. But now they say it's dead center. It's. Your heart is in your left hand side. Remember, like if you're gonna get kidney shot, I mean like someone's going to punch in the kidneys and kidney block. Right. You know, what block your kidneys? Or or if you're punting low. My God made me take karate. So yeah, the kidneys. Not where people think they are. Everybody puts her hands kind of behind their back and re there near the way stare. Yeah. They think they're getting out on we've talked up under the roof cage now. And there's this people are saying now there's bone behind the eye socket. And that's never been the case that are skeleton never showed bone behind the ice hockey. That was always open. You could stick your juniors through the one in science class, and it's not the case anymore. The sternum has changed. I I'm just dumbfounded. So. Well, people say look at your hand. Right. And look at how low the summers now they say that the thumb is much lower. On the hand. And it's coming way. Ba no below the knuckle of the point finger and that it was higher. So I'm no expert in anatomy. Okay. So I'll just make that clear, but they're having a couple of doctors who are what we call affected by the Mandela effect in. They're like, yeah. Yeah. That's the way. I remember learning it in medical school. And now, I can't even you know can't even talk about it. Because. So how how does our whole anatomy change like our body? Nothing changed since we were born. Yeah. Like, I wouldn't. Okay. So this is the deal if this is a different timeline timeline converged or whatever then we're really not the same people that our consciousness was pushed forward into two parallel universe. So right now like I said going on the theories of how parallel universes work to either side of us, those another lorry in Chris having this conversation one will be more as be slight differences. Maybe I decided to put on a different shirts, but probably not and they'll be flight differences that are only one frequency apart. So when a parallel universe. They're so close there's something overlapping us right now on some frequencies. I don't affect us for the ones that do factors. There's just a. A convergence a merging of the consciousness of the human. So what the Mandela affect does like the UFO phenomenon in all other paranormal information what it does. Is it make do what I like to call a reality. Check one few experience and some type of phenomena UFO's extraterrestrials, which I I have done. I my know that my reality is not the same as my neighbors reality if I had in did have face to face. I two I contact with with what I can only construe as an extra terrestrial, or you know, dimensional entity. I now have a bit of an expanded consciousness person sees a UFO accept into their new reality the existence of non human NTT's the beginning. To look at their themselves in the multi-diverse. They're beginning to identify themselves as multi-dimensional beings knowing that we are far more than what we think we are. And even human don't flu even understand what we are in a lot of the workshops that I've done. I don't think I've had one person raised their hand when I've asked a question, do, you know, the real definition of the word human? They don't they all think it's people person or race humping like that. And it it is not that Trump what it means. The word human is a definition to the type of entity that we are Hugh is a word for lights..

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"mandela" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"mandela" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Now, I was raised in Windsor Ontario in Canada, and we had very limited TV back then and one of the shows that used to come on in the movies that used to come on every year and everybody would gather around the TV and watch it was the wizard of Oz. Right. And I loved it. And I watched it every year. And now it's changed in scarecrow is packing heat scarecrow has a gun and he pulls it out rate when they're about to turn. Turn and enter the forest or the sign says, I've turned back if I were you. But no, they're on a mission to get the wicked witches broom handle and he pulls out a gun. Well, I don't know. Now swear to God, Google, leave scarecrow has a gun. So I watched the Leany now I had movie I watched it, and I have watched the same DVD, and I've seen it the a gun before when I played it. There was no gun now when I play it scare crow has a pistol of done. I'm sorry to say that you will find no version of the wizard of Oz. In our time line, not recreated not digitally enhanced not anything not old not do that doesn't that doesn't show him with the gun. Like, you said I've seen that movie one hundred times, I don't remember ever seeing scarecrow with a gun because where would have had it it. Why didn't you pull it out when the witch team when they were pulling apple from the tree whatever? Okay. He never had the gun. But the gun is there now. So one of the issues, you know, that we see with the Mandela sack. Is this it creates this emotional, instability, actually, experience a cognitive dissonance when they're going what is happening and how can this be happening? And why and who and all of those questions what type of necessary is the relation or insidious might be happening. And then we have to look at ten something like this happen, and yeah, we see in theoretic that probable possible, but most likely that can happen. We don't know what the effects of that being a parallel universes would be. But we do see researchers are pointing their finger at Sern, and that there's a strong possibility that Sern has created the Mandela effect and equally. So there is a strong possibility that certain one. Confess to sing they created the Mandela fact in bayside Josh on their own videos. They've got one of their scientists in video on YouTube, and he has a sign around his neck out of cardboard by fifteen inches wide. And it says Mandela. And there are all these little clues like you. When you go to Sern engineer, Switzerland, there is this little tour map that they give you an cuts slap in the face because there's pitchers Darth Vader on it. One of the other huge Mandela of facts was of course, the wicked witch in the Disney movie and Snow White and the seven dwarfs or go. No cinderella. I'm not good with the Disney movies, but the wicked witch it was the line was MIR Mira on the wall who sincerest of the mall. Right. That line now says a magic mirror on the wall. Magic on the. He is the van is run of oil. No, I have a granddaughter look little little granddaughters. And I asked one of them I think what did the which say when she looked in the mirror, and she said magic mirror on the wall. I said, oh is that. Right. And she Chilton on head, and she says, I don't know why said got she says to MIR a mirror on the wall. And I said, yeah, that's that's right near we're on the wall. We carried on the Clumber station without her knowing grandma was doing research, but her reaction the tilting ever had in in the questioning of why she set die. I found the killer in and literally had to stifle any other reaction who had just had to go with the flow because I found that extraordinarily. So what could be happening concern has been creating. Well, they have this large Hadron particle collider. They smash these particles together, and they're trying to recreate the big bang fact, they're trying to see if that vacuum. Now. You know, the truth is certainly has been around for a really long time since about nineteen fifty four, but this particle collider and these experiments that they're doing are dangerous this facility that they have..

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"mandela" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"mandela" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"More common than you think. And chances are you've experienced it as well. Our guest today. Laurie MacDonald is a Mandela expert has been researching it for years, she's gonna explain it and give us a bunch of examples and even tell us how got its name of the Mandela. Of course, that involves the death of Nelson Mandela who people thought was dead about twenty years before he actually died, but it goes through so many different things like Star Wars if Ed McMahon worked at was a spokesman for publishers clearinghouse, he wasn't. How about the queen's song, we are the champions? It doesn't end the way that you thought it ended up with the Bernstein bears. Coca Cola, so many things that you would swear are real and are the truth. But they are not it's very very strange stuff. So let's just go right to it. Here's Laura McDonald's. An expert on this strange phenomenon called the Mandela fact starting right now on talk is Jericho. Okay. So I've been hearing a lot about this Mandela fat. And as you know, and talk his Jericho, we delve into a lot of these certain phenomenon circumstances conspiracies and baron almost of the stuff and here with Lori. Mcdonald's who is directed to me by our mutual friend, Dave Schrader from beyond the darkness. And I asked him I need to talk about the Mandela affect do. You know, somebody I can talk to an instantly. He mentioned your name Laurie. So I guess by if so facto by proxy or now the Mandela affect expert. While I've got a lot of research into the subject, so I guess just talking from a complete layman's term because I know a little bit about it. But kind of explain to us what that term means while the short extortion is that Mandela sack is a belief in a parallel parallel universe or an alternate time line that happened during a conference where a portion of an audience thought that Nelson Mandela died in prison back in the late nineteen eighties. And it was made very clear that the other part of the audience felt that Nelson Mandela had died in twenty thirteen and there are inappropriate celsius made by former President Obama at the funeral of knelt Nelson Mandela, I am one of those people that remember standing in my living room vacuuming and news breaking in for. Mation came on the TV, and it announced that Nelson Mandela had died in prison. His wife had made a very passionate in Aliquippa speech, and the people of Johannesburg South Africa were in an uproar, and they came to the streets, and they mourned, and I was emotionally moved by this last in imprinting my memory. And then of course, we see on December thirteenth twenty thirteen. Nelson Mandela was laid to rest, but with conflicting information we have a history book from nineteen ninety one from the school board in South Africa. That says Nelson Mandela died in the late nineteen eighties. So it very difficult to see how is it possible is just misinformation or miss memory like some people suspect. Well, you can't miss remember something that didn't happen. So that a bunch of baloney in my opinion. Indian? We really see how planning or what calculable because the truth is we don't definitively have any answers. But researchers have indicated that our universe is more accurately. Mulkey verse in that we have a constant flexing, and there's a possible converging of dimensions where they kissed or bumper together and create what we call it a bleed through where some information will be buried. That's a possibility. I mean, not a very strong possibility because backs by theoretical physicist in futurist copay coup. Who is just an amazing. Professor theoretical physics at the college of New York pays written several books on physics and other related topics. And he has said that there is definitive. Wli parallel universes. So can they merge it is possible? Wow. Because it's funny because I remember in this happens from time to time when somebody passes away that you didn't even realize they were still alive. And I remember the Mandela one when he died in two thousand thirteen thinking I thought he died years ago. So this is kind of the most common of these sort of phenomenons, I guess you'd say necessary it what it really is the one that got the ball rolling. What we see our major icon. Ick lines in movies that are changed..

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"mandela" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mandela" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Talk. Radio dot com. In the politics of Mandela's man, enters an important issue of man versus the environment. Look around at the tree there yesterday. But now what remains is a leaf blowing across a crowded parking lot. Some say environment is not an issue that the welfare of mankind jobs, money and material wealth exceed all that serves true purpose. Well, the future of today's children, your children and grandchildren relies on. How we perceive our present goals life as long as there is line is, but a cycle in every organism plant animal and human being needs a certain piece of this complex structure to survive. If we take away a small part of our ecosystem, we diminish the life of its structure as years. Go on our wilderness is decreasing your man's, greed and mismanagement. We are destroying our future too, many bird is just something that flies feathers. But for example, the spotted owl maybe just that learned only through the pages of history books if we continue to destroy a small bird because of a short term economic gain. We may as well consider no future for our own offspring are plants our animals, our air each serve a particular purpose. But through our ignorance you wrote it soils endangered species of all animal. Life poisoned, water and fall air. We'll be our gifts to the child nurtured and loved for so many years. A forest may take days to timber. The think how many years it took to be created into a home for the wild and their offspring. If man can fly to the moon, surely we can discover new ways to.

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