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"melbourne australia" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

07:11 min | Last month

"melbourne australia" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Could you please pronounce your name correctly for me. Alana kushner and you do lots of things so instead of me listing them. I'd like you to tell me sort of what it is that you do. Gosh it usually changes slightly depending on who i am talking to so for your Manatt loya and a curator and we think those two types of roles. I do a number of different things. Circulating can be anything from organizing exhibitions to writing texts related to arts and creating to working with artists in other ways waiting on research projects as well on the lawyer. Side i run a fully-fledged legal practice here in melbourne australia. And i specialized in legal issues relating to watch and so that can be quite a broad range of things so in a women generalist but also a specialist in that as always related to watch old creative practice in some sense so many weight with artists galleries museums and the like to a bit of lecturing on the side again instead of art lull rating. So everything sort of you know. It speaks to each other. It's all part of the same spa day today. would i work on. Ken can change so much. You've got some great titles. I mean you have art lawyer advisor curator investigator lecture. So you've got great stuff going on. I thoroughly love your titles. I've chosen. I'll have been the start on me. Sort of like like the investigated title. Not something that surely. I would've naturally considered for myself. But i'm happy to wear the hat to would not just investigator but principal investigator threat. But i'm the main investigate. I'm the main investigative full. Ob research project which is part of the seventeen which is a public institution london. So that that's very much a kind of a racist Parole okay. we'll we'll come back to that. But first i want to know a little bit sort of how did you get. You know basically the questions like how did you get made. So what what in your sort of youth or childhood lead you down the path of curate art law and all these other things that you're now doing well off has always been a part of my life in some way shape or form. I grew up painting drawing hunt very hot. Coal russian ought teaches from age of five sir. Really trying to you know to to be able to to draw and to paint from life. I my copying old master paintings and impressionist paintings and that will sort of my upbringing with and yet it's always it's always been a part of me. I didn't choose to audits when it came to deciding what i wanted to do. Off to school fact. Yeah it's always. I've always always been something related to in everything i do. Why first thing. I really wanna know about is this principal. Investigator of serpentine gallery are indeed platform called legal lab. What is it. What are you doing with it. It sounds fascinating show. Well so the second time is one of the oldest contemporary art institutions based in london but the deliver work internationally. An should say that. I did a bit of a london. Standish wear sort of about a now almost ten years ago. Be scary to think about. Tend to yeah. I ten years ago where i did my curing lost as their goldsmith so i met a lot of people there at the time it really great networks and so this time project has come out of that even though now i am based in australia and seventeen so yes. Seventeen has always been very interested in how artists were technology. How oddest sort of used ought to look at technology with with more critical eye and they set a digital art program about two decades also ago so they started off by commissioning honest to create works specifically lived on their website and then that expanded into sort of projects that were heavily influenced created using new forms of technology creepy locals mental reality virtual reality On the blockchain projects using using data things like that. And so what they found as an institution in working with these kind of projects is that they were facing kind of questions and challenges at they were not necessarily facing when it came to working with a traditional object like a painting or a sculpture for example and sword. I really wanted to look at the back end of these types of projects and so these are indeed platform research development platform is designed to the pill back cut in and see what's actually working with these projects not working how that actually come together. And how we want actually improve the way in which artists work with the institution when working on these kinds of awesome ticks tech projects. They've set up different labs which is very much in the style of hands abreast. You are not sure if you've heard of him. But he's the autistic director of the second time and he's been using this of lab full matt for his curatorial projects. Many's now and so they've set up different labs to investigate these various challenges that they're facing with auden technology projects so it is a creative. I artificial intelligence lab does blockchain. Lab does day life sciences lab and as a legal lab. Yes so one of the issues that tends to come up. In a lot of audited projects is around the little and how the low applies to the project and how to navigate the low. What navigate through the issues when projects such as they so so. That's a kind of a background to wide lobbyists. For example. You know a project that research project that we've been working on his part of the love. The last year or two is specifically looking at collaborations.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Might yesterday's stevens inveigh. Who's director of the diaspora institute of philosophy at the australian catholic university in melbourne australia. Espen is professional philosophy at the university of southern california. He works by moodley in meta ethics especially on the meaning and use of normative and Flags beckham steve. Thank you guilt. Acts real pleasure to be here. Yeah thanks for doing this from the other side of the world so to speak From australia the the conversation today is about your book confusion of tongues teary of normative language. And say mentioned steve. I have no background in philosophy. So this is obviously a very interesting thing for me to discuss it to you and to learn from you then The nike normative from economics. We have a meaningful normative which is You know sort of prescriptive judgments to economic development investment projects and so on as opposed to positive economics. The lights on objective data analysis. Also been you said normative. Language is a definition different. Notice in about the same. Oh starting off with a difficult question. yeah i look i so i recently published a paper on the definition of of eze in which i distinguish something like twenty three different possible census of the would normative So there's a lot of different normative. The witness. If i think means a lot of different things to different people. Although they're all connected a bit. I think the most important distinction is for some people in some discusses the with normative as pejorative So the idea is its usage. Prescriptive That there are social loans of some kind that pressure on people's rexona certain way in my corner philosophy. The would is usually used in a much less pejorative meaning. Meaning basically to signify having the full of an aura should And then he gets us so five because often should can also be sort of a extremely prescriptive and And so negative negative aspect but then is the internal use of the way you ask yourself what should i do And.

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Fake US leg band gets pigeon a reprieve in Australia

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Fake US leg band gets pigeon a reprieve in Australia

"A reprieve for a pigeon found in Australia who was traced to the United States the pigeon named Joe after president elect Joe Biden was found in top shape and Kevin Sally birds backyard in Melbourne Australia it was tagged and it showed up that it's American racing pigeon union instead of being praised for the long journey officials in Australia like acting prime minister Michael McCormack talked about spreading disease and killing the pigeon like Jarvis come in in a why that has not made a a strict bio security measures then bad luck Jack all the fly home or face the consequences Joe is getting a break the American racing pigeon union says his leg tag was a fake and he is likely an Australian pigeon not a bio security risk good luck jug I'm a Donahue

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Lost American pigeon faces death in Australia after straying from race

Hard Factor

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Lost American pigeon faces death in Australia after straying from race

"Was a racing pigeon from montgomery alabama. Who was lost at a pigeon race oregon on october twenty ninth and then he turned up eight thousand miles away in a backyard in melbourne australia. On december twenty six turns out the little bugger. The racing pigeon had a blue ban on his leg so the block found him knew he was a special pigeon and then turned out. This pigeon hopped on a hopped on a cargo ship in oregon us a racing pigeon see trained in a cage and whatnot sat on the ship and then came to melbourne but sadly even though he's been out he's safe and sound in a backyard and melbourne australia. The agriculture department is notoriously vicious. Might and they're likely to kill the racing pigeon. He's been named joe. After joe biden the new president but unfortunately no respect no respect whatsoever for pigeon joe biden from the australian agriculture department. Now you're right. They're killing of killing. Definitely a no respect there.

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Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific Ocean from Oregon

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific Ocean from Oregon

"To Australia correspondent bills him for his detail of a pigeon who made a pretty miraculous journey. The pigeon, which has been named Joe after Joe Biden showed up in the backyard of a man in Melbourne, Australia. The bird had a band on its leg and when traced, it turned out that the pigeon was last seen October 29th when it was entered in a pigeon race in Oregon 8000 miles away. Although the bird likely hitched a ride on a cargo ship, it is still quite a feat. But the news is not all good is reward for making it all the way down under Joe may actually now be killed under Australia strict laws over fears he could carry disease. I'm Bill's in for

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Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific from Oregon

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific from Oregon

"The amazing journey of a pigeon from America may not have a happy ending in Australia Kevin Sally bird had a visitor in his backyard in Melbourne Australia a pigeon landed on the ground started walking around picking looking to sate the pigeon look unique so silly bird Google that and it's at American racing pigeon union and it's bridges to someone in Montgomery Alabama that is about eight thousand miles away it also chided event a rice on the twenty ninth of October and the result was missing how did this bird get all the way to Australia Roger chill is with the greater Mel born pigeon federations had a pretty big strong wind blown off course at the city it's got ownership but the Australian quarantine and inspection services worried the pigeon named Joe after president elect Biden may spread disease they want Joe killed I'm at Donahue

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How to repurpose old podcast episodes

Podcasting Q&A

04:46 min | 7 months ago

How to repurpose old podcast episodes

"In today's episode you'll learn how to repurpose and republish old podcast episodes. Welcome the podcasting. Qna ruling the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and. monetize your show. This week's question comes from ten. Hey guys my name. Is tim from melbourne australia. And on podcasting as thinking nutrition. My question is about republishing. Podcasts of been podcasting for betty doing weight glee episode shar. I'm getting to the stage. Where light to just republi some of my more popular podcast episodes particularly at times where i want to take a little bit of a bright from podcasting. My question is what is the best practice around republishing podcasts. Should you record a new brief introduction and importantly hazard you flag this in the title of the episode to show the listeners that this is a republican podcast. Thanks very much in love. Your work is thanks for your question tim. Repurposing and republishing older podcast. Episodes is a great way to take a break without missing and if you're publishing dates without affecting your publishing frequency and it can be a way to highlight some popular episodes from the past that some of your current listeners may not have heard before but one thing you need to keep in mind is you. Don't want your listeners to feel like they're getting a bayton switch where they showed up to. Your podcast downloaded that new episode expecting to hear something new and they heard a podcast episode. They've heard before so today. We'll talk about two ways. You can repurpose old content and make it fresh for your current listeners. And how to title your podcast episode. So people know what they're getting into when they download the episode. The first way that you can repurpose or republish older podcast. Content is take the entire episode. And drop it into your feet as a new episode. Now if you're gonna do this. I would recommend recording a new introduction to your listeners. Why re listening to this content is worth their time. Maybe the circumstances have changed. Maybe it's more relevant now than when you record it or maybe it's a really really good interview that not a lot of people have heard yet. Maybe you had fewer listeners and see you want more people to hear that particular episode. Whatever the case is make sure that you explain it in the intro. So people have been with you for a while can hear that intro and decide for themselves if they want to keep listening to the rest of the episode and for the series that may not have heard that episode before it's just to be free new content for them so they don't even mind you republishing that content in your feet the second approach to repurposing your old content is to do mashup episodes where you take clips from previous episodes and put them together and create something new. So let's say that you have a business podcast and over the last couple of years you've covered the hiring process how to get hired how to get a great job had an interview multiple times in multiple ways. You could take the best bits best audio clips from all those episodes and make one awesome master episode that you can share with your audience. You don't have to rerecord though segments. You just chop them up. Rearrange them and put together for your listeners. The other thing you can do is a best podcast episode so if you have a recurring guest that on multiple times. Maybe it's a family friend or an expert that you have a really close relationship with you can create a best of from that person. So tim ferriss a very popular. Podcast has done this multiple times where he'll take a really popular guest that is recorded multiple interviews with and it'll create a super interview of all of their best tips. So that's something else that you can do now. How do you actually. Title these episodes. These republicans these repurpose episodes so that people know it's older content but they still want to listen to it but they still feel like is going to be worth their time. Well number one be transparent an old episode if it's older content you want to communicate that in the title again. You don't want your listeners to feel that bayton switch. They came in with the expectation of hearing new content from you and they got something old instead. So you can use words like rewind or replay or you know back catalogue or something like that. Where when they see that word. They're gonna instantly no okay. This isn't current this is from sometime in the past. But it's depending on what it is. I might want to listen to it and then from there. Consider what you can say. That would intrigue. Someone peaked your curiosity to check out that particular episode. That's a good practice for podcast. Titles in general but particularly when it comes to republish to repurpose episodes what can you say. That will get someone to click on that episode and wanted to listen through the entire thing.

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How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit

Book Marketing Mentors

06:02 min | 10 months ago

How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit

"Welcome to book marketing mentors the Wiki podcast where you'll end proven strategies, tools, ideas, and tips from the Masters Every Week Countries Utah Marketing Mazda, who will share their expertise to help you market and Selma books. Today my special guest is known as the podcasting Queen. Anne Marie Cross loves learning, starting and launching you creative products and being involved in multiple things at any one time. She's CEO and founder of the ambitious entrepreneur podcast network and industry. Thought Leader Academy communicate. Now A- put 'cause production and consulting agency works with businesses to create and produce their podcast series and podcast platform. So they can become known as an influential voice in their industry. She is the author of industry thought leader how to go from. Invisible too influential and profitable with Pud cost all the way from Melbourne Australia and Marie an absolute pleasure. It is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Thank you season at such an honor to be here with you today I love talking to other part Kosters. We can really get into some nitty gritty hair and especially the fact that your over ten thousand miles away. That's even more incredible. Technology that we have effing Egypt's Today's just amazing. I know I, mean you sound the same as I'm speaking to somebody who is in the next state over so Any Ben anne-marie let's get down to business here. I am outsor- fascinated to know that us. podcasting twelve years ago when podcasting was just getting started it was in its infancy what attracted you to doing podcasting. That takes me back right back to two thousand and eight, and that was when the global financial crisis hit worldwide. I was working in the career industry back then as a career coach personal branding strategist and we had clients all over the world and a colleague, and I was so disillusioned at the doom and gloom that many of the mainstream media platforms. So at that stage which talking print which. Walking Radio and television were talking about the June gloom and it was impacting people's psyche renewed things we talk we knew things would not impossible. There was certainly hyped. So we said you know what we need to be the voice of hope and inspiration amongst all of this Damon Gloom and let's dot in a line radio show back. Then really the word podcast wasn't used as frequently actually for years. Off We did stop podcasting people. What's a? So thankfully, we've gone full circle lots more people. Now know what a podcast is and have one which is wonderful. We did that for two years to really bring different strategies and what people needed to do in order to really position themselves in a tough market place and we did that for two years. He kind of my co-host went one way and. And I continued working war with entrepreneurs and you know brandon getting them online but voice had a podcast as part of my Business Strategy Marketing Rachel of that and Nats. Gone. Full Circle, where I'm on helping other business owners to really set their platforms up but building rage building that reputation as a trusted authority in Italy their revenue using their podcast as a major component to support them enjoying that. An, excellent as you know, I mean most of the listeners hair of authors, nonfiction authors, few fiction authors oldest to a and many of them have thought about or thinking about doing a podcast. If that's the case, where would they stop with this process? Yes, and it's not often where many people think they should start people often tell what piece of technology what bought abased microphone one of the things. That I specially, if you're looking at building rage building that reputation as that go to and in your industry or even if you wanting to elevate the brand winners of your book, You have to stop with your end in mind and guy doing that you're very clear on outcomes and then you can implement the right strategy the right steps to be able to support you in achieving the goal and. One of the myths that I often Sigheh Susan is that your microphone should not be the first thing. In fact message before Michael Model, a microphone is dying to make the difference because if you think about your message are now we have so many more podcasts I mean we're ivory million now, which is still relatively a small number compared to how many blogs and how many and emails going out. On a daily basis, but we want to be able to cut through the noise that we have to be clear on that. The first thing I would say it's you know why doing this? What is the purpose for you from the onset? Now what is it that you want to achieve because there are different components that you put in chewed Euro podcast and marketing strategy that can support you in achieving. That you know not all strategies of time. So what is the end in mind? Then you can implement the various steps to be able to support you in getting neighbor get clear next

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Interview with Michelle G Hunder

This Week in Photo

05:16 min | 11 months ago

Interview with Michelle G Hunder

"He welcome back to another episode of this week and photo I'm your host, Frederik van. Johnson this is the first streams last recording that I'm doing on the service twitch dot TV. I was GONNA say new service twitch DOT TV, but it's not new, but it's new to me so I have the honor of having Michelle. With me she's one of the more prolific photographers streamers that are on twitch, and she has graci-graciously offered up herself to be interviewed as well as giving me some tips and tricks on how to operate and navigate in the world of twitch. It's an interesting World Michelle G. Hunter. Welcome to the podcast how you doing. Good thank you so much for having me. I'm really good. I'm excited I was nervous leading up to this interview don't before I've done literally hundreds of interviews. Over the span span of a decade or so. But this one I was nervous work because this is a new experience this is a new world. Yes. So so far we dive into the world of twitch. Tell me about Michelle who is Michelle Jihad? Or a photographer, your husband's a documentarian like what is going on down there Yes I live in. Melbourne Australia. I am a professional music photographer I've been shooting for roughly ten dis, almost ten years. I've been married for the same amount of time. So intended. To. Gorgeous dogs that my life will allies. And to be honest I think like you know when you talk about who I am like a lot of my identity is very much wrapped up in what I do. I. Really. Being amusing photographer as my life I've thrown everything into it. I absolutely love my job. It doesn't feel like work like it feels. Like I have the best job in the world and I work with amazing people and I'm constantly inspired by the people that I work with the work that I get to do. And yet I think it's you know the last couple of months of has really thrown a bit of a spattering the work for me personally because because i. feel like that because I. Identify with what I do. So intimately, it really has changed my life and had to find. A, way to I guess. Put. All of the energy that I was putting into my life and my Korea into something else because I wasn't able to shoot and I'm still not able to shoot. Sorry, that's way twitch gaming and I started streaming five months ago and it's it's honestly a incredible. So yeah. Over you've taken over with a you like I'm I'm relatively new to it. So I'm like trying to find out you know who's who and what's what and all that stuff and your name keeps coming up over and over again in when people talk about you even when you're not on the street may refer the reverence that they attach to your name is like when fans talk about beyond, say you like the beyond shame Of which like how did that happen? How did you get that status on the service I? Definitely don't save I so like that I made I. I Guess Sin Vive like I like to support other people said I pop up in other people's strains all the time. I have time to do that at the moment. So I, guess that. Lends itself to making genuine friends and making genuine connections with people. I think I. Also, I have a decent social media following on other platforms I was able to bring. Like a I guess a relatively decent amount of papal arbor with me, sir. I wasn't ever street I wasn't even doing the hard yards and streaming to one or two people which a lot of people have to stop doing that hang on two seconds. My dog was. Crying, he wanted to be let out. So. I. Always had a decent number on still building that audience every day. But yeah, I, I definitely don't want to be taking credit being like the biggest. photographer. Strain were on the platform or anything like that. This this table, the debate. People like shoes. And this is about the guys that have been here for a very, very long time and I would take to take any credit away from the people that have been here. For since two, thousand, thirteen, striving and Being, on the platform for five months. So I feel like the people that have been here for a long time really set the groundwork. For for people like us and also anyone that started in the last few months also notice it. Those guys have really welcomed us with Arben really helped just like showing the ropes. With things like the twitch photography, tame and. Yeah just made it a really welcoming an amazing platform that I am just stoked to Bain vote into the honest. There's so much to it too.

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HOW THIS CEO INCREASED SALES AND REDUCED CHURN

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

06:35 min | 1 year ago

HOW THIS CEO INCREASED SALES AND REDUCED CHURN

"Hey everybody welcome to the PD. Revenue Leadership podcast. Hey what we do in this. Podcast is talk about what B. Two B. Sales and marketing Leaders operators experts are doing today to really break through and grow their businesses at exponential levels. Let's get it in the interview at the end. Give you an update on my courses and you can check out my website at B. Two B. Revenue Dot Com. And it's Brian G Burns. Aw on linked in they Chris. Welcome to the show was waken started. Tell us about yourself. Chris Smith on say of Happy Height shot in Melbourne Australia. We are a high CIA software that supplies league replied contract To businesses. We integrate with lots of fun software as well paying five use and emerging market later in High Chelsea S. And how do come up with this idea why he had a manufacturing business back in the day and Actually v Ceremony export market was the US back in the night and hightower's will be part of that sold that company you know you have a restraint of trade pretty tight I had the guy for manufacturing and food to something else so I started consulting and helping. Businesses grow in the export market. Very quickly are realized that they didn't have a grip on. Hi John and hi was very expensive. Lois holes contracts Blah Blah Blah. So I looked at the IMMERSION OF COMPANIES. Like zero dollars tops. Accompany site fifty dollars a month. You could get accounting softwares pretty decent somewhat. Let's do these for the CIA spice and lighter we are here we are today but it's a pretty competitive space isn't it we? It's quite a strange way. Will Wing Non added tingles guy for I think the reality of happy high CIA people talk about features features features right all the time but we are very useful feature reach grading the Gracious? That actually were sorry to take the credit but does come with human element that you get a qualified consultant Service and Services Service of its own fashion service. Sorry it's really for me. It's like competition out Bay. But you when you dealing directors or managers of Orange Prison. Whoever people just want that element all by getting get support integration of SASS product into is essentially change management and. It's hard and it takes time where we've got a very easy process sites in for lodging bars or small it can integrated very quickly and without any disruption into a company's. Y I have been doing previously so it's busy accession that regards instead of having to try to put a square peg in around how we have around. Paul Hall Ricotta Mike. It Nice and council as guess you're dealing with non technical people and sometimes the last thing they wanna do they have to learn a new system right and no matter. How Arcane their system is they probably know it is. There's right and the idea of switch into something else without that service is scary and I'm happy it was one of those ones where high chows not very happy people fear performance management. So I thought what the the catchphrase how behind charge Hijab now. It might be an we endeavour to do that and through working with out customers. Whether they're very technical or nontechnical we might that experience spies. Best spoke to them. That means that they can get on board into the subway. There's stress rings already with that. Change Management from on Pie device person with falling cabins of all these Hijaz stuff. Now maybe to the cloud all that must be really hot. It's actually not but we helped them understand that. So it's we've got ninety nine percent retention right clients so that's kind of unheard of in such sorry again it goes back to your top of China and when we say we're going to actually help you really do. Who Do you sell to certain size? Companies OR UH. Sweet spot's probably zero to two fifty employees. We have some logic companies or two thousand employees on and the saw it's built so whether it's ten employees will two thousand the largest science. It's really great. Take a sweet spot. Zero to two fifty wanted to fifty. I should say and And that seems to be where we really dominate the market here in Charlotte. Okay and what resources do you put towards marketing versus sales? It's been really interesting. I'll listen to your pod council time so to say generally without Machi solids we. It sounds you got in marketing. Really secretly putting at least ten to fifteen percent of Revenue Tamaki and you look at Sioe stuff. 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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Like social distancing is just not something he can he can get on board with. He's just not not into that. That is not a bad thing unless they decided he's he's been like he's really cleaning can and he's been especially clinging is well while. I'VE BEEN HORMONAL. So it's wings fishermen and trying to work but yeah. I wasn't going to go anywhere unlike pop small on and I think I was. I was wanting to like volley in July and like maybe New Zealand again at some safety. See I wanna do things like that and I get on a plane and see my family and in another state so those kind of things but yeah any huge. Be Wait to like next year. It's safe because I follow like maple ask you sorry I was GONNA say I'll ask you again when all the sales startup your lines are trying to get people back on the planes. We'll see what you say we like. Yeah yeah so this well yeah I mean I'll be on my annual leave as well Sir because I've got nothing to do with it but yeah that would be. My priorities is yeah is a saying family in another state and having people finally get to me so well. I hope that happens sooner. Rather than later even though yeah for all of us we have no idea win it will be but at least you know we were able to do this and see each other sort of face to face after all these texts. Have we been tweeting? I don't think we have. It's been Graham and facebook tweets facebook and instagram. Okay cool well. We've broken the barrier for another way. So hopefully we'll see each other somewhere in the world airplanes and we don't have to shake hands but we can maybe be closer than like a meter and a half and eat something restaurants. Yeah all those normal things in the before times exactly and you say Southeast Asia's like it's a Stein. It's like Al across the ditch. Okay a thing. We have across the pond like to go from Canada to like the UK would be across. The pond is across the ditch. Thing is that would. Ustralia is like to go north. Yeah well I think we say about New Zealand and I think we cool that are put across the pond. And I've I've heard it like between Ireland in England. Okay I was GONNA say 'cause you're since a scale to say across the ditch for like Australia too so these ages edge. Yeah I mean Australia's big so I get it but but yeah either way. Thank you. I'm going to wrap it up because I'm afraid your battery is going to die and I know you also haven't eaten yet and I want you to do that because that's part of how to cope with things so thank you. Thank you so much for joining me and I okay. Rescue even goes well and pay attention to the cat. They're obviously in need of attention. Once he's hundred cattle for the day animals everywhere are going to have some serious withdrawal when this ends. They're going to be like what happened. This is working out so well all the time. Have I done something? Let's say okay. Well thank you and I will talk to you and some other way later okay I..

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"We kinda declared state of emergency until we've extended it till the eleventh of May it was supposed to be until the because this month driving standard it And then like basically what that means the US is that we as schools being closed Workplaces that have been closed And we've only got like five four or five reasons laid the house of course exceptions so. Yeah I'm late like allowed to leave my house if I'm exercising uh-huh but I think we're supposed to do it like once Diane Lee Really And to go to work old school if it's essential when you can't do it from harm to get Fu groceries all essentials and I think who cares the other one But then there's a list of like exceptions and things like that Sir. I'm one of them like if you said of course wasn't one of the main reasons but say you know it was like you know you could have fleeing violence or something like that as a whole bunch of of deficit that some that. Yeah that would be added to that survived just extended that till we may so. We know that much that we're kind In this lockdown for like another month that lace but everything else. It's like it's just you just don't know what's what's going on. Yes it's freaky like it. Cyst it's not knowing when things are gonNA like troubled by Baden yeah I already United States as well. But I'M I. I've got a mom who was to move. He on the ten. Yes so I'm personally affected not way where yes we are like none of us know in the world when we can travel and it's just like that's pretty scary for May and pretty stressful 'cause I kind of like a pop from that. I would probably manager my answer this but it's like I am not knowing what's going on. There is very stressful. And it's something I said if I have to deal with every day I know a lot of people in the same position like this. There's a lot bit strange. That still can't get harm And like even though like strong in the residents and citizens can Airlines of being stripped REX. Yeah like in that sense Story like yes. The May knowing that like this strange that Konkan harm And like they have no idea when they're opening the borders an old out. Carrie is being reduced. A very limited even domestic travel is being stripped back. It's like yeah just like I have no idea when things can change. And that's that's really hard From if you're not doing the TIKTOK dance parties. How how are you coping? Ooh Look I again like because I'm in like I do like cart really really well on my own and I take comfort from being on my own might today. You might work that I. I spoke to like way more applicants than I normally would end All I wanted to do was kinda like a self These accepted it's fine but like the May like my therapy of that was like it's fine like I'll just go home and be on my mind black even though it's like we have to kind of oxalate anyway may being on my own. My hymies is actually quite therapeutic. So I do find that that helps me And I started baking. So you are falling. Some social media trends is apparently. That's a thing now. It is a thing our we'll I haven't moved onto bread. Yeah I think I'm GONNA TRY THAT CITY. I've made like banana bread and cookies and stuff So I started doing that About getting line anyway and I started doing like a little bit of like handling pottery myself and like other than I exercise And I'm doing a lot is like face on patients and that helps just like her connection to talk. But I don't know like I find. Yeah I find being on my earliest okay. Like it's lucky I'm not an extrovert. Kazaa would not be but yeah. I've got some friends. This is like terrible. Everyone's like people check in on me and I'm like I've been house sitting for years like on my own with some animals like I don't have animals right now which is a little weird but like being on my own thing is not strange like it's fine so yeah so to to end on a positive note plus you. Battery's getting low. I first day when given the all clear when they say all right. We're back to normal. What are you GonNa do go to a cafe with a friend? Or what are you GONNA eat? Probably like that's one of the things I miss the most going to a restaurant with a friend in aiding like really good food. Yeah we're lucky. Like here in Melvin Sorry this is not the only time that's going to happen. I'm sure of it. Yeah we're lucky. And Melvin like. We've got a lot of really good. Fagin restaurants major chain restaurants third. There's a couple where I come. I'm just really looking forward to going and really Like I don't my life hasn't changed like actually and so now like being go in high and go down dot. It's that hot Yeah that's probably too fast days. Be like eating food out with friends and Yeah going haunting in going into the night national talks and Yeah enjoying outside enjoying outside. Would've Odem when when everything's back to normal with the airlines and stuff like a month or so after he got any big trips planned or knuckle someone becoming see you. Yeah hopefully like height fully when the When is soon as like at borders Penan NPR? Dan Yeah. Yeah my damn food. Just a holding pattern at the moment. So he'll just to get on a plane kind of thing. Sorry.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"How are we gonNA see I think that's the part I'm sort of May I've got a little bit. Earnings audie around like how long certain things are going to take. And that's probably the hottest pots like. Okay when you're going to get a we ought to get on a plane and visit my family in another state. I mean I see my family. That's in the same city as May like Yeah I think it's just knowing like knowing that stuff is really quite. Yeah I was supposed to go back home like the end of next month. Like the flight booked and everything in it's been about two years and then what was it? The end of last month The airline at home it was through my parents points because like I am in no way able to afford the long flight back home or story flights And so thankfully the airline like offered. Okay look if you cancel before the end of the month like full refund you'll get your points back whatever so we had a big conversation. I was like okay but even before that like two of my four flights had already been canceled like my one from here to Bangkok and then Bangkok to Brussels. Both canceled tire ways sent me an email. They were like dairy flights canceled. I was again. It makes sense and so like the idea now. I mean Canada's maybe looking at the end of June like that I think that's when they right now tentatively God set to like open the border again but I mean that could go either way depending on Steph But I mean I need like most of the world to be back in order before I can hop on multiple planes to like make my way back to like the eastern edge. Canada like either have to go through Europe or like the rest of Asia and I said to my parents was like look Vietnam. Doing great right now and it's like it's more of a risk for me to leave here and go up go back to Canada where it's it's not going very well. It's definitely getting better now. But it's worse than here so I'm GonNa have to sit tight but I really hope I don't have like I don't WanNa go back in the winter. That's no fun. I mean the summer's cold enough for me now. Because I've been here for three years but like I don't know we'll see you know I do i. I guess we all know it's not going to be next week. Yeah we're not back to normal. Then that's what we do know that it's like okay wait wage Yeah like we've allstate's Kinda do things differently. He so might the state that I leaving..

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Decency rules and yeah So there's lots of creative things coming up So I think we have. You attended any of the the live. Dj parties or anything like that any of the No. I've got a friend. Who's been like rollerblading on? Tiktok like out every night. I think it's well. She was in Roller Derby so I think she misses that partially and plus. It's also been exercising. It's just kind of fun. I mean that's what I've heard. Tiktok IS I don't know I teach hockey. Is US talking about this today and I was like. I think I'm way to understand like noting nodding to you. I'm not I think in general both of us yet like the best I can get so i. It's mainly centered around really short dances and nothing about that. Sentence really appeals to me. That's as much as I've I've discovered as well to do dancing and yes so short videos but the dance parties or anything about I have thought about doing a lot. More online classes like dancing stuff. So we'll see we'll see what happens. I know a lot of like at home the first big concern because I have a lot of friends from the music. Industry was that was like sort of the. I industry that so is like I mean at home. They're just they're not quite how to winter yet. But you know everyone's looking ahead to like all right spring and then summer so all these musicians that I know when like people in vote in industry had been planning like tours and stuff for like months right and this is like all right. I recorded this album worked on it over the winter. Now I'm ready to hit the road and make a little bit of money because I'm a musician so I'm not GonNa make a lot but you know at least a little bit and now suddenly it's like oh no like everything. Just shutdown thankfully there have been some switches like. I haven't attended a lot of concerts but I know there's been some pretty interesting ones. I think I guess Lady Gaga has some sort of big concert coming out with a bunch of musicians. That isn't actually going to be a fundraiser. It's just going to be like a thing for people to enjoy around the world Don't mean at least like actually the another person I talked with I said like. Can you imagine if we were going through this like thirty or forty years ago if we didn't have this ability fray like know when the black plague was but like it was a long time ago? I mean like just the only thing you can do was like write a letter to a friend and be like I've been in quarantine for three weeks are you and then two months later. You're back from them. Like I mean it's tough businesses like this sort of thing and for those of us that have access to it just makes it like a lot easier home. It like this. Certainly A to keep his entertained. And there's more things popping off I think if it had happened in the past other there may be because they don't miss out on like we have like forty years ago. Technology was due Friday. So just made do with whatever. You just adopt. Don't think humans adapt quite well and like we're adopting now even though it's But yeah and like something. I wanted to say as well about like pain bummed out about the movies. I think we should allow those to be devastated about these things that are even if they seem like really small in Radio. We deserve to be upset about them and not have got all well in. I can possibly what's going on. It's not that bad. It's good to recognize like the a lot of changing and the things that are just break not cool and You know whether the small big or whatever like yeah and another thing. I of like realizes well like. It's actually been quite good for me financially. Like and just don't spending money and I'm lucky to be working and I'm grateful of that and I just got to a point where I was Doping feeling guilty about it being could for me financially because like you know we have to take the the gains out of the situation like feeling really guilty. Taking office is Great. You know I'm saving money and worrying about the people that are in a really bad situation with money no like I gotta be grateful like the things that are happening. I am especially since I haven't been great with sound like I'm saving. I should be grateful. And you know it's like rubbing anyone's face or any or anything like that but I think it's important for us to like you know acknowledge things like that acknowledged you know like things like not being out go to movies like how much that sucks and yeah yeah no for sure. I think like that's part of why I wanted to do. This whole thing was just to sort of. I mean I guess like the news is definitely covering like the broader scale of stuff And it'd be kind of sets over that it can get pretty like but I feel like it's hoping and I think we've already had at least one moment we're just talking about like the general sort of bullshit of the day to day and everything in like the fact that both of us have had that moment where we've been like. Oh my God. We're freaking out over like a movie or TV. Show not social distancing realizing that like most of us are going through that same thing and that's weird and like for me. One of my thoughts is like when we come out of that. How long is it? GonNa be before. We're just like oh go to a cafe short I mean because for some people like especially in terms of mental health like some people have had to work really hard to be able to do that sort of thing and not have lake those sorts of thoughts in their head and now to have this happen for some people. This is the scenario that they've always sort of like talking about and everyone's been like. Oh No that'll never happen. Whatever and now here it is and so. I mean he's like I know a lot of talk like there's GonNa be a major mental health thing even when we get the all clear and it's like oh it's died down or whatever like there's going to be the mental health issue there's going to be like economic stuff But yeah and I mean obviously in some ways I don't want to go back to some parts of our normal 'cause I think some good things have happened with this Like I think for both of us like I'm saving money to and it's Kinda led to me being like. Oh maybe I don't need to spend as much as I was spending before I mean on the flip side. I think we'll probably need to support local businesses when this ends going to be a lot of people hurting but yeah I don't know it's GonNa be interesting to see like 'cause everyone's like. When can we win the listen women? Can we go back and everything? I'm like it depends on what your idea of like. When are we back because there's so many things that are going to be different like? Yeah long it's going to be before you can watch woodstock documentary and be like. Oh that's cool. There's three hundred thousand people hanging out in the field with their hands. So that's fine. I'm not feeling anxious about these okay. I'm I'm good. Yeah it's about me somewhat with a few people on it's like what? Wayne is things going to change. And like what is it? GonNa Look Lie. And.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Brush their teeth with it. That makes me like okay because you can't drink the tap water hair half yep. I've been so used to like drinking bottled water and I've been brushing my teeth with a to lots of people here. The addressees of the TAT water brush the teeth. I haven't messed with it so I've seen that in like movies or show sewn on should be like And I'm like okay. You'RE GONNA be so sick moral. I went back home like two years ago when I was like. Oh yeah that's right. People can drink from the Faucet and Mike lots of places so this happening to me now is not quite that weird would still like when I watched that movie and I had that like anxious reaction I was like. Oh God. My mind's changing again to another like me miss normal like just. Can you even imagine going to like a big festival right now? Like a music festival doesn't it just seem so risky exactly and even the thought of like being in a cafe or anything. Mild like it yeah. It's it's crazy how. The world changed like Sosa quickly. Like this new normal Mike. Yeah I mean here. In Vietnam like the schools have been closed since I think like mid to late January The like entertainment businesses and stuff like bars and cinemas in whatever like going to a movie is like the big thing I really wanted to go see onward like the New Pixar Film and I couldn't see it 'cause I got here next thing you know like and I realize is not like in the list of things to complain about. The virus has changed not getting to see picture in the center. Onward and a cinema is really low but I think for me. That was my first change because I work from home and I'm an introvert to so it was kind of just doing my normal thing like Oh i WanNa go see a movie and then here in the sit in coachman city there will again no cinemas closed barger closed. I was like Oh and it closes. Karaoke burs too which is like big deal. That's like step I mean they're still vocal singing. Karaoke like Karaoke hasn't stopped. You just can't go to the bars. Yeah I mean that's been like I'd say maybe a little under a month at least two or three weeds An-and yet pushed to do the to go stuff but so I gotta go back to the bars doing to go drinks. That's a legal thing I think so I don't drink so I'm not really but I being seeing like friends instagram's that somehow I don't even I don't know if it's mixed drinks so called title things you would old than doing. It outweigh older. Just dumb doing operating like instead of a bottle shops okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't know but I thought I'd soliciting about someone having like cocktail little something. I wouldn't be surprised. He like just kind of creative. Like not at home in like in the states. I mean in a Lotta the place at home like most of the provinces in Canada. The laws are pretty strict. Like I think there's a couple of provinces where you can bring your own wine and there's a corking fee at the restaurant but for the most part like you know you couldn't leave a bar with like a drink for whatever you just like even if you went out to smoke like the drink has to stay in the Bar But a lot of places at home like especially the craft brew places and everything. You've been doing hand sanitizer because it's mainly alcohol. So that's what I thought you were going to go in. And then when you said like go drinks I was like what I was like. Oh Australia what are you doing? Yeah craziest idea well for during this is as well which is which is Greg is just this. Sarmiento little creative things popping off and I think it's amazing to see like you know you saying dance. Dvr US in stuff online yoga studios Says the latest thing wrestle is like I did a stray. Why company that they started like organizing deflate keeps like Puerto Rico latest deleted. These Clyde. You can hand stuff out of research instructions and then they give you like a dot advice away you low cool bike kilns like like to the pottery to get point so cool things like that coming up this delivering stuff flight people into and I noticed one of like the the pottery studios near where I am started doing little cates and keeping timeframes when you can like things the firing and making sure that now.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"But yeah it's only just last week that we started so it says yet to face anything major. Where of like you know. Read something and you know. It's been quite received that That between get to what? We've got a lot of support so it sounds I mean again definitely. Don't have to get into specifics. We'd rather but in terms of like dealing with would you call them clients or like applicants also. Yeah okay so would you normally like have sort of face to face meetings with them or anything or no okay based So yeah so. It's all by the Foreign Anyway. We don't it's very truman foam so we Speak to them very often. Because the some people you can imagine even just getting coal from us is incredibly traumatizing Overreach womanizing so we don't speak to the net often It's usually like once. And then maybe a second time at the end But a lot applicants. WanNa talk to us a lot Serb By those calls my house more frequently It's it's really certain goals that are coming in goals that we need to Mike that we're managing from the office so That's why it hasn't changed a lot of able because when we don't face to face In that sense because we're not really have support service. Sorry we relent sort of limit. We've painful in that way because it's here. Sorry Yeah I was. I was Kinda like owner will. I was sort of thing but will that means people. Maybe I wanted to make sure that this wasn't a big shift. Because obviously in those cases that could be like a dangerous for harmful thing. But like you said it's not necessarily like your position normally so okay but I also have heard a lot of support surfaces are having to do it by a fine doing Scott but I know a lot of them actually to define then on one applicant a particular said that that was struggling with that But this is not a lot that can be dengue set aside their professionals tonight just to manage it. The best can yeah showing. I had one simple question before we got into like the serious stuff I was gonNA say just for everybody to know where. Where are you right now? Disturbing the easy stuff. We kind of the head so I. Yes the Melbourne Australia is where I am okay. And so obviously we kind of touched a little bit on some stuff has changed for you in terms of like The area that you're in and even you personally if you wanNA touch a more. What's changed over the last two or three months? I mean I think at least for here like in Vietnam backing counted. The first case was like in January so I mean. It's been a few months now and I think Australia may be was a little later. In terms of I hasten stuff yes so it's relatively early for us Like example I remember like spree three weeks ago. I think I was like I was at a cafe with friends because it was still. I feel like advice to do that. And so should be spent. So we were socially distancing into cafe with friends. Because it was it was fun you know that's L. Acidic like promos and then like now like three weeks laid off That that just seems insane Because Yeah there's that's times much like we we Have a like a really messy cafe in restaurants now and that is probably one of the biggest impacts on live music scene that sort of two things when nine four and US vice third ops so all of these things of of ceased Luckily food like a lot the cafes like the Basel behavioral sauce stopped but I think some of them have started Like everyone's just got really creative to find out like we can do to keep this off employees to the business running I think positive and started doing takeaway drinks and Deliveries and things like that but the cafes basically just trying to these like takeaway like are kind of its rations And I don't know I don't know how many of them are doing But like the ones I said a following social media and things like that. It's just that's just what they're doing. I seem to be going like. Hey but just the ability to go out and soon a cafe or restaurant. Harney's it's just like that's gone so that's rained here And look to be honest like I'm a bit of an inch of as well. So that's the biggest thing I've noticed 'cause most of the of the hanging out with friends I would do would be like restaurants and cafes and I've just eight fifty to be with prince about stocks spot Excuse me Yeah not not so much has changed like just the lack of not being able to just stay people. Have you have the ad the reaction to like if you've been watching any movies or TV shows to seeing people like hugging or like going into group and you're like no don't you know I? It's strange in started a couple of weeks ago actually along and I'm I've yeah. I'm so glad you mentioned it because I'm watching things and my brain is automatically. Like what are they doing? They don't want like a major half away from each other. What what are they doing so my already liked changed in the way that like I. Can't it saying people in screen and I'm not? I'm not sort of like understanding what's going on. Because they like close and touching. I was watching movie a while ago. It was like a period piece so it wasn't even like in Modern Day. It was like a hundred years ago. Or whatever and it was sending New Year's Eve celebration and they were all in like a community hall having a big party and like dancing and stuff and I was just like home. I God no so stop. Go home. They're going to be you cases there and it's like it's from way back when it's a fictional thing and you're still like getting anxious about it but for me like it's I had it happened like years ago. Because I've been hopping in South East Asia now for over three years so whenever I see someone like drink from the faucet or even like.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"All right so as a some people might know maybe some might not I decided to Kinda start the series of talking to friends and people it. I haven't actually met in person To try and given idea of what The pandemic is like in various parts of the world. So thankfully you're one of the people that said you would be willing to talk to me even though we have yet to actually meet in person and this is the first time we're seeing each other in a way Stove everybody else. Could you introduce yourself I? Yes Sir I'm tomorrow I am classified as an essential worker. He Oh which is pretty cool because I get to still work and have money when unfortunately so many people So Iraq I worked for the government Which the government is workers considered essential. But especially my area So I kind of fall under the same umbrellas. Like the part of the government that he's looking off the old the Unemployment benefits and things like that That I fall under sort of a pretty unique game. that's connected to that but totally different No explaining these very well. So it's it's a rigorous scheme Sorry we work with Survivors of institutional child sex abuse And of classified as essential. Because we we have a number of own vulnerable applicants that we And like our always Help LIKE HELP. The applications through the game And at the end of this game that could be an outcome applicants depending on how it goes. So we're continuing to work after this because he can't really that West on house. I'm currently working from home except for like one day full months Where we have to make how out. Kohl's to vom or a pullback in any like imported coal so we have a rating roster say quite good that I can still what can be most of it from harm. I think actually obviously sort of a specific case before you go into the specifics kind of sounded like Miss Sisters in a similar situation. I really should know her job tackle. But I don't She's working for the government back home in Newfoundland for a while. She actually was working at the office like they were doing. Sort of a rotation. But there's a big government office with lots of staff coming and going and this is back when Newfoundland only had like three cases I think would just seems like such distant memory now because they're now like two hundred fifty or something And but it got to the point where like we all talked one Sunday and cheever's just like she had to basically tell her boss like I'm. I'm not comfortable going in anymore. Like she was kind of freaked out and she knew that she could pretty much do it from home but like the. It department would just have to pull some strings basically So I think they did. They made a decision by the Wednesday. Whatever and this is like a couple of weeks ago. She's have you worked from home before like for her. It's a totally different. Like new world. This new wealth may take a look at some. It's goods like We were very lucky. That out organisation started to flag the need for it very very early when we started doing testing And it was really just not taping. We have to just make so everything was found was clear. The guy's Bank of met we have to make sure it will say secure off Star you yeah. This this is brain thing for me and I quite liked it. I'm sorry I don't mind so much It's yeah it's good food sex life on on saiful that I can let limit my Need to leave the house in new public transport Why not going in as much? I'm thankful that I can just be finally get my work done Instead of being my space which is quite nonsense but it is different. It's a different thing you do have to motivate yourself differently and like with my work especially We have to sit of Irving. My main concern is just we know we read a lot of disturbing material So we just have to make sure that where Yes looking off the seldom chicken unity regularly and Reich Sicilian.

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Mark Regev: Israel's Modern Story

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

10:10 min | 1 year ago

Mark Regev: Israel's Modern Story

"Has been in post since April twenty sixteen prior to that he was the chief spokesman for the Prime Minister of Israel. A position he held for eight years. He joined Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nineteen Ninety seven his deputy chief of mission of the Consulate General in Hong Kong and spokesman at the Israeli Embassy in Beijing. He also served a spokesman at the embassy in DC and he was the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem from two thousand and four to two thousand and seven. He also said as a combat soldier in the whole brigade the idea originally from Melbourne Australia. Mock Fry bug as he wants back then moved to Israel as a twenty two year old no significant family or contacts his progress to embassador shows. How flat Israeli society is. This is one of a number of Israeli related episodes in the series of Johnny Goad Jewish. State scroll down to find biographer of Lord Balfour and the historian of the decades leading up to the formation of the state of Israel. Lord Leslie Turn Bug that's episode the Teen and life in Shin Bets with its former chief Yaacov Peri. That's episode ten so his ambassador again have and we started by unpacking that Australian background. Who is the way out of this world competition belief against me? It's not a competition and busted a regular. Thank you very much feel time and agreeing to the interview today. Here on Johnny Jewish state. I'm happy to be with you so now. Your background. Which is very interesting. I think to the Anglo Saxon. Speaking world of jewelry is that you're Australian correct. I was born in Melbourne Australia. In nineteen sixty and my father was born in Australia. He was a what they call in Australia. Postwar refugee he was a survivor dollar cost originally born in Germany. My Mother's family. She was born in Australia. They were Polish Jews who were lucky enough smart enough to get out of the nineteen twenties and they They arrived in Australia. I think even the last year of that decade and I remember my grandmother always saying that. Save the family. Had they stayed in Poland their fate would have been the fate of Polish Jews which was not good. And how did they Australia? Unity family story so I know on on both sides on my mother's side. My grandfather was on a train some going from Poland to Germany where he was studying engineering. Things were pretty GLIMP- for Jews in Poland in the nineteen twenties and he read an article in a magazine that Australia is the country of the future on the other on the German side of the family. I think after the Holocaust people say what is the furtherest place away from Europe Austria qualified. Freiburg was the family name Going back to the rations my head this thing at the age of twenty one I had. I said these people tried to kill us. Do I really want to German. Name for the rest of my life retrospectively. Now I know I made a mistake because I I very. He never said anything to me. But I offended my father very greatly but at the time at the age of twenty one twenty two when I did it. I was convinced that this was the right thing to do. I'm aware of how Ashkenazim took on the name of the town where they came from and of course a lot of the early. Zionists took their Ashkenazi names and totally he. Bray is did correct David. Ben-gurion is probably the prime example. I Prime Minister Shamir also Menachem Begin. Correct having said that though I suppose it was if it was part of me becoming an Israeli though. Part of what you said isn't correct. 'cause Freiburg the place in Germany is U. R. G. And my family was always. Rg so I'm not sure. It was connected to that physical location in Germany. Look when you head. Brewer is a name different ways of doing it so Freiberg is in English. It's free and Burgers mountain so I could have taken the Hebrew accrued of innocent played with that and I did and nothing successful came out but I was going out at the time with a woman who was studying literature at the Hebrew University. And she said you can also do it by playing with the letters so Freiberg in Hebrew is pay raise bait and you can play with the letters and rig of came out very nicely. Well I think it's It was an intriguing name when I first came across all those years ago. I'm glad to this question. Lazy Lane so now being an Anglo Saxon speaker is a real asset to Israel in the modern media world to explain Israel across borders to billions of people. Whose language is. It's their mother tongue or their second. Language is a huge asset. And something if I might say that has been quite a glaring omission from Israel's diplomatic mission in early years of the Jewish state so I think if you look at the people who held the position that I hold now we've had some English speakers of native born English speakers and And those Israelis who held the role of also had mother tongue English run persona had still has of course grading this. He is the son of a diplomat himself and as a result he went to school abroad. And so. But you're right I think The ability to speak English at mother tongue is a crucial element. If you want to successfully make the case for Israeli and international audiences it is a prerequisite but in itself. It's not enough like I sometimes made in my previous job in Israel when I was the spokesman for the prime minister is to meet a young immigrants with mother tongue English mark. I'd like a job like yours. How do I get it right and I would explain to them so good? English is important. But it's as I say it's a necessary prerequisite but it's not in itself enough. You have to know the issues backwards. You have to read everything that is relevant. After the politics you have to know the history you have to understand the issues and I think that is just as important if not more important than having a strong command of the language because he my early teens. I used to despair at some of these really politicians who were fairly Broosk in their approach and even their attire to media interviews with the BBC and others. I don't think that really helped. So this new generation I think led by the Prime Minister himself who speaks in. I think the best way to describe these fluent American. Well I believe. The current prime minister did grow up in Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and his father was a visiting professor and he he he grew up there returning to Israel to do. His Army Service is to mother tongue languages. He had both burning which is a marvellous advantage to have and but I think to be over. Critical of the founding generation because that founding generation includes people like our Evan who was an amazing spokesman for his very articulate People say that he's speeches. Go down in history as some of the most awful speeches in English in the twentieth century thousands of years ago a people land language came together in Israel birth and the cost of Man's life and thought was lifted to a new point of elevation. Then for centuries this pattern was split asunder. The people the land of the language were separated and tragedy and danger befell of the mall separated each from the other. None of these three achieved the creative potent sit which they each knew when they lived together. What IS MODERN ISRAEL? Except the reunion of this people land and language in the sublime fulfillment of history cycle a bridge thrown across the Gulf of continents and generations to symbolize the unity ofo historic experienced. Many people will know you from your competitive interviews with snow during the Gaza offenses being the media spokesman for the prime minister a hugely different communications brief to that of being an ambassador. I was arrested by that idea that when you became the ambassador it was a completely different communications brief almost a different personality from the attack dog to John. Snow on on media so being spokesman I had responsibility over specific areas and as ambassador. You have a much more general responsibility as spokesman. My job was to make sure that the people in international audiences understand Israeli government behavior is government policy and so forth and so that was done through communications as ambassador. That's part of your job as well but you have many other facets economic relationship cultural ties government to government discussions. Him obviously as ambassador. I'M STILL THE PUBLIC FACE FOR ISRAEL. I will do interviews. I will give talks. I will brief and so forth but A. I'm also doing things as ambassador that were not part of my portfolio when I was the government spokesperson. It's a more broad range of of job.

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Jake Goldenfein on Google Scholar

Good Code

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Jake Goldenfein on Google Scholar

"Our guest today is Jack Golden Fine. He's a post doctoral fellow slow at the digital life initiative and he's originally from Melbourne Australia. He's research looks law in Computational Society including including the impact of platforms on user behavior. He's most recent piece of research. Looks at Google scholar. A relatively new free web search engine that indexes scholarly work in which has quickly become central to academic life just like other Google services have in other disciplines. I sat down with him just before the holidays and I began by asking him to explain what Google scholar is for the non scholars among us. And why it's become so important Horton. In recent years Google Scola emerged in two thousand and full when it was first launched it was just an academic search. Such engines are just like Google that ordinary such engine accepted return. Scholarly results how it defines something as scholarly has always been a little a bit vague. And maybe we'll talk more about why the Vagary of that is a bit problematic but the idea was it would return results that were relevant for scholars. Looking King Faculty make work since then. It's had a few more features added that perhaps beyond set actually more important or have had a bigger effect on the academic field in two thousand and six you able to stop saying citation counts associated with particular scholarly documents and then three years later. Two two thousand eleven google Google scholar launched sort of citation platform and what they did was give each racer. A profile like scholar profile filed outlined oleo publications and the citation counts of those publications calculations of academic quality or the quality of eraser. Sure premised on the amount of citations their publications getting over particular number of us. Silly amount the number of times other researchers will quote from your research search in their own research. Exactly it's the number of times that An article a document that you ride is referred to by other researches. It's pretty new right. You said it it started in two thousand and four so less than I mean a little over ten years. How how big is it now in the field? It do every researchers look at it when they're working on a new topic or so I would say. Almost every researcher would be familiar with it when Dougal scholars such sort of emerged on the sane librarians. This who Training young racers will always telling them be very wary of this because we sort of don't understand how it works as well as we understand. How other academic search search engines wet? It's also interesting. Because most academic search engines are quite disciplinary specific and they all they return results to a particular the corpus or repertoire of journals whereas Google scholar is disciplined agnostic a returns results across disciplines irritations results from academic journals but also other kinds of publications and whereas in traditional academic search engines. You have quite a lot of control over. What what you're searching for in Google scholar you have relatively limited control you can you can constrain the dates? But that's kind of more or less it. So it's always occupied had a bit of a funny position in research toolkit but it's increasingly a used because we're getting a lot more sort of disciplinary environments where people are interested in finding out information outside of their discipline and so google scholar becomes sort of fest port of coal in that kind of instance. But the thing that we're finding is maybe the big use of Google scholar is it's it's citation counting function it's bibliometric function on because what Google Scuola represents his really the easiest way to say. How many citations a particular research has received how come like what? Where did you get those metrics before? and and why were they less easy to find. People who are metrics have been around for a long time in the fifties those information scientists named using Garfield field. Who developed this process of citation analysis? Way You could effectively automate the organization. That is the indexing of scholarly work Iraq by its references so libraries with struggling with how to organize exploding amount of scientific and scholarly literature. And they will. Also you're thinking about how to to use computers to do that. The problem with during that is the sort of need to figure out a way to define the subject matter of of a publication in a way that a computer can understand and Eugene Garfield came up with a really clever way of doing that which is to look at references. Organiz it by the references rather than the actual actual content. This idea was really successful. It was really useful research tool but it also became clear quite early on that counting. Citations could give you a really Sort of rough guide to the quality of work because it gave you a measure of its reception in the field. It didn't tell you how people were trading but a told you people were rating in had some some sort of visibility. So through the sixties and seventies this eventually turned into a commercial product and in the nineties that was purchased by Thomson Reuters Webb of science over the last couple of decades has been probably the primary tool to get metric information but it's number one. The product was General Impact Factor in journal impact factor measured the number of citations to articles in particular journal. Over set a number of years. This citation analysis was used primarily for evaluating the quality of channels rather than the quality of individual researches now individual researchers started added to organize their own sort of scholarly prestige around the prestigious journal. Yeah so if you publish a nature medicine for example for a doctor it's not the same mm-hmm as in a local journal. That might be great but less has left citations nationally. Exactly so what we see during the seventies eighties nineties his citation starting to do lots of interesting things. We started to see journals effectively set their price according to the number of citations that were getting individual scholars. Who now were in this more competitive scully? Well because you know in the second half of the twentieth century the number of scholars in Christ raced dramatically along with massive increases in funding to. There's a lot more research is. There's a lot more research. Things are getting more competitive. The Prestige of your journal Becomes go away to sort of define your position in a market

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Flying Taxis Will Be Taking Off Sooner Than You Think

Business Wars Daily

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Flying Taxis Will Be Taking Off Sooner Than You Think

"January twenty seventh seven well if you're anything like millions of city dwellers the thing you most dread on a Monday morning might be your commute in places like L. A.. New York Boston and Denver. It can take forty minutes or more to drive five or six miles. Tell me about it. So the idea of simply lifting off and flying to your destination out of the fray of traffic might seem well Utopian but of course. They promised his flying cars years ago right well that dream may in fact be somewhat closer to real sooner than it seems possible. Well believe it or don't earlier this month at the consumer electronic show automaker Hyundai Motor should offer prototype. Its first flying taxi. That's that's right. The Essay won a four person. Electric powered aircraft that like a helicopter takes off and lands vertically like a drone. It has multiple propellers and it's much quieter than a helicopter once airborne it'll use wings for lift like a plane report. CNBC Hyundai says the essay. One can fly about sixty miles. At one hundred eighty miles per hour flying taxis will travel low in the air at heights from a thousand to two thousand feet though. Get you from one side of a crowded city to another or or perhaps from an outlying suburb to your urban office But who will be able to afford such luxury will if uber has its way anyone who can now swing the cost of an Uber Black rideshare. It's most expensive level. Should be able to pay for a flying taxi trip according to NBC Uber plans to bring the price down over time through its division Uber. Air Uber envisions being the on demand. Flying taxi platform. You'll order a ride through an APP just like you can order up a rideshare now and by the way much like you can now order a helicopter. Ride through Uber. If you happen to live in New York City and can spare. Money Uber partnered with Hyundai to develop the ESA one. But it's also been partnering with Bell. The helicopter maker and other aircraft manufacturers to create other prototypes of electric drone like personal little air vehicles like Hyundai Bell displayed. Its latest prototype. The Nexus for X. at the consumer electronics show as well in the earliest these days of flying taxis. The aircraft will require pilots but ultimately they'll be autonomous in fact making these air-taxis pilotless is the key to making air taxi travel affordable according to CNN Uber predicts will be hailing the small electric vehicles by twenty twenty three from Dallas Los Angeles and in Melbourne Australia but experts disagree. That's unrealistic mini. Say because simply getting certified by the FAA could take years according to CNN. Moreover these taxes will take off and land from skype ports landing strips on the tops of high rise buildings the infrastructure to make that possible still needs to be built. Uber also envisions unleashing squads of autonomous vehicles. That'll carry customers to the takeoff sites. Then there's an extensive new air traffic management even system that needs to be built to build such a system Uber partnered with NASA according to The Guardian newspaper. That's critical once. These new taxes are a reality. There won't it. Just be a few of them for the scheme to work. Financially Uber will have to have hundreds of thousands of them in the sky according to wired in addition to Hyundai and bell other manufacturers manufacturers are racing to build flying cars notable is Boeing which fluids prototype autonomous aircraft for the first time last year. CNN tells us. Forbes predicts predicts that Toyota two could be a viable player Forbes says automakers are rebranding themselves as mobility

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Meteorite Contains Material Older Than Earth

60-Second Science

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Meteorite Contains Material Older Than Earth

"Sunday morning September. Twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine. A fireball lit up the skies north of Melbourne Australia and people were getting ready to go to church and then his heard this loud. Sonic boom Some of them saw OUGHTA bright fireball. Broad daylight and people were surprised. What's going on? Especially those who were not outside. Area is their airplane. Came down it sounded sounded really dramatic and then suddenly. Shortly after that there was a smell that was detectable. Over the whole area. People describe it as methylated spirits. Strong organic organic smell. COSMO chemist Philip Heck of Chicago's field museum describing this spectacular arrival of what's now known as the Murchison Meteorite named for the village where it was found a portion of the space debris now resides at the field museum and heck says it's our best source of pre solar stardust meaning stardust older than the solar system and the sun itself a scientific treasure trove inside the meteorite is dusty debris leftover from windstar slightly larger than our sun fizzled out out over millions of years. Those dust grains were battered by cosmic rays which slightly altered their composition Adams of elements got broken down into smaller ones like neon on an helium and then some of that stardust was swallowed up within rocks such as the Murchison Meteorite during the formation of our solar system. Those rocks served as time capsules preserving preserving the material for unimaginable ages previous astronomical observations have hypothesized that there was a baby boom of stars about seven billion years ago by studying the merchants ingrains elemental composition HEX team was able to date forty nine Greens and found that two-thirds of them were four point. Six to four point nine billion in years old and that all makes sense because the parents are they farmed seven billion years ago. Took them about two two and a half billion years to evolve ECON Planetary Nabala become thus producing the results are in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Some of the grains are actually up to seven billion years old making them. The the most ancient material on earth delivered here without notice on a quiet Sunday morning fifty years

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Drone flies over pedophile cardinal's Australian prison

Jill on the Money

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Drone flies over pedophile cardinal's Australian prison

"Cardinal George Pell has been transferred from a prison in Melbourne Australia after a drone flew overhead in what officials suspect was an attempt to photograph him bell is the highest ranking Catholic to be convicted of child sex abuse he molested to choir boys in the late nineteen

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'Untitled Goose Game' has everyone living their best chaotic lives

Morning Edition

01:40 min | 1 year ago

'Untitled Goose Game' has everyone living their best chaotic lives

"People are flocking to play this viral video game it has action it has adventure it has drama that is most games this one is different because it is about a goose it's called untitled goose game and it's all the rage right now in many places including my house all the premise is simple you're a goose that goes around the small town to find villagers to bother and honking at you do things like steel a pair of glasses untie somebody shoe lace or sneak into a restaurant Niko docile dork is one of the game's developers he says he was thinking about a certain type of player when he created the messy groups like the elder I don't really care what the game's telling me to do I'm just gonna go in there and just messed everything up and we kind of realized oh that's what like a grease might be doing in an orderly well full of people causing chaos appeals to many weather was sharing memes about the goose or uploading snippets of their own experiences players and non players came together soon celebrities like Christy taegan jumped on board the developers say they had no idea their game was going to get this much attention we thought that this was just an inside joke for SL like look at how people are afraid of case this is a final top us specifically does a lot of lives in Melbourne Australia where it turns out there are not that many geese walking around but he and his team were able they say to tap into the brains of people who live near Hunkers people who live in a case have a very difficult relationship with them I don't really scary to people in a way that we didn't really understand that kind of scared the way you'd be scared of maybe like an unfriendly pests and whether you fear them or not playing a goose

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'Untitled Goose Game' has everyone living their best chaotic lives

Morning Edition

01:42 min | 1 year ago

'Untitled Goose Game' has everyone living their best chaotic lives

"People are flocking to play this viral video game it has action it has adventure it has drama that is most games this one is different because it is about a goose it's called untitled goose game and it's all the rage right now in many places including my house all the premise is simple you're a goose that goes around the small town to find villagers to bother and honking at you do things like steel a pair of glasses untie somebody shoe lace or sneak into a restaurant Niko docile dork is one of the game's developers he says he was thinking about a certain type of player when he created the messy groups like the elder I don't really care what the game's telling me to do I'm just gonna go in there and just messed everything up and we kind of realized oh that's what like a grease might be doing in an orderly well full of people causing chaos appeals to many weather was sharing memes about the goose or uploading snippets of their own experiences players and non players came together soon celebrities like Christy taegan jumped on board the developers say they had no idea their game is going to get this much attention we thought that this was just an kind of inside joke for SL like look at how people are afraid of case this is a final top us specifically does a lot of lives in Melbourne Australia where it turns out there are not that many geese walking around but he and his team were able they say to tap into the brains of people who live near Hunkers people who live in a case have a very difficult relationship with them and kind of really scary to people in a way that we didn't really understand that kind of scared the way you'd be scared of maybe like an unfriendly pass and whether you fear them or not playing a goose is apparently.

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Researchers call for the word 'cyclist' to be BANNED

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Researchers call for the word 'cyclist' to be BANNED

"The word police are added again calls being made to ban the word cyclist and many wondering if it's another example of political correctness or just plain commonsense USA radio's John Clemens with the story. Researchers at Queensland University of technology working with the university of Melbourne. Australia conducted a survey finding some respondents add deliberately operated their vehicle closer to a bike rider. Seventeen percent said the user vehicle to block a cyclist nine percent use their car to cut off a cyclist. Researchers said the word cyclists has become associated with negativity with actual aggression. So they're suggesting instead of cyclists we say people who ride bikes,

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Australian Senator Hit With Egg After Blaming Immigration for Mosque Attacks

Joe Pags

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Australian Senator Hit With Egg After Blaming Immigration for Mosque Attacks

"And coming to us from Melbourne. Australia far, right? Australian lawmaker who blamed the terror attacks of the two New Zealand mosques on Muslim immigration policies. Well, they got an egg to the face during a news conference in Melbourne yesterday. A seventeen year old boy smashed an egg on one side of the senators head the

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Robert Whittaker, Kelvin Gas And Hernia discussed on Dickerson & Hood

Dickerson & Hood

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Robert Whittaker, Kelvin Gas And Hernia discussed on Dickerson & Hood

"Eighty five UFC middleweight champ, Robert Whittaker as a hernia. Him out of tonight's scheduled fight against Kelvin gas. Melbourne australia.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Now they would come up over with me i like your draft for melbourne australia tim mcfarland or you hear tim that's more than tim don't fuck and cosign on tim's moment in the glory to not in fucking say your name lady i don't know who you are i was tim's moment you fucking just co op did it i hope you're with tim otherwise you're just a weird random tim fan are you with tim a bit of a van gogh his wife tori all right we'll get to you tour stealing your man spotlight let's have a moment you see here i don't know how you put up with her really here in america we don't she her on our husbands yes my wife and i will be flying all the way from melbourne australia to attend your shell weight where were you from canterbury cambra how far where how far away are those five hours in the plane or in a car driving what if you were walking people like to go on a walk the lounge how long thirty five hours of well how do you fucking know i did it once might it might call me five hours i said goodbye walk tones a long time i did not go to the outback steakhouse have you gone to an outback steakhouse that you've been here force it is even americans know that what was terrible about did you feel it was like racist australia bugger i just don't don't they sell crocodile burgers you can eat a crocodile the outback wait but we don't sell that here do we we don't sell kangaroo burgers the outback steakhouse here i knew they went to the outback steakhouse you might have went out back they do a route to the tourists is that what are they walk in the guy's got wind shirt on a hat like hey you wanna eat some crocodile we still that old pork yeah all right yeah we at crocodile it was getting rid of stuff it's not moving in the kitchen do you have an american equivalent in.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"You hate that i don't believe in tax division so i was in the car driving over speed bumps really fast with my wife talk about reluctant listeners who was in pre labor tonight still no baby as of time the writing trying to get things moving and i was listening to the winter olympic pod so she's already pretty filthy with me for putting or through labor and then the parley kids started the talk about dropping weight really fast on my lovely wife de says that's bullshit this guy's an idiot i took heavy authentic take for heavy offense to that call parlay kid but in our state i let it slide let's wait a few then harry starts going about on about his weight loss and what he's eating and his love life and he gets too much for both of us in she screams what the fuck listening i so loud that i think the car cars across the freeway already i tried to explain how awesomeness show is from the boop snippet she heard about harry i don't think she quite got it now in australia trashy as women or what we call bogin munns and this is where my heavily pregnant day overdue in free labour wife believes harry will find some to root and fall in love because bargains lie of love anything other legal ari something harry i think she might be right so get to australia a at a cell said last week and your sort it uh the kids still as in here and have harry talking about food and women is enough to jumpstart labor than i don't know what is love the show listeners through the birth of i could love from melbourne australia guys make my week uh p as harragan and catfish than than breaking down the details on air would lead me to call my kid harry retroactively let's get it done creeps out they are great call tate matt from melbourne while grade email matt i hope i hope the baby was born the at this two three weeks late now at this point uh i hope it's healthy and i hope he did name at harry or at least mastercard or something right paul i kid what about you don't have a fan out there that in this one woman.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Eu gets did melbourne australia again the agassi's or coach by jerry fee buyer in his here at the helm at utah state and four the air force falcons chris go bragged will wind him up like this is their being announced here add crude are rain on getting this start will be de bennett six foot senior poured out of miami florida she's averaging four point four points per game and six point six isis per gain is starting alongside her in the backcourt we'll he venezolana it too woo ib 59 junior guard from white year in colorado springs colorado she went through mesa ridge highest goal benaissa on the season averaging a one and a half points at one and a half rebounds per game mainly off the bench for growth goal brags teen also starting four the falcons in the backcourt the 59 senior guard out of ogden utah one of only fifteen players and airports program history that can say she scored over a thousand points courtney porter gets the start as well and then as starting up front for airports will be a pair of outstanding pressroom ores emily conroe five foot ten at junior a fresh regard excuse me from fredericksburg virginia in the leading scorer in the mountain asked among pressuring the kaylynn ammo also gets his start she's apply put nine freshman guard out of beaverton oregon crews go brek inner a third season four air force and her thirty eight th season as a division one women's basketball coach in a west ruth's career four frisco bract in she is being in this program back on track as well again hill one point one four airport last week they cannot take the other one so they want to make sure that they come out.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on KOMO

"Threat homegrown beilin extremist has not been eliminated and a high priority concern says pasadena police chief philip sanchez is our fifty six crossover street major or minor injury passing on the parade route 56 streets that lead directly to the parade route and where it estimated one million people will be lined up on new year's day for the annual national tradition housing police department has worked alongside with armenia other agencies to develop strategies and tactics to prevent or otherwise mitigate vehicle incursions sanchez pointed to several incidents in which vehicles have been used as weapons recently to carry out terrorist attacks in july a terrorist killed eighty four people including ten children and injured more than two hundred as he drove a truck into crowds celebrating best deal day in niece france here at home sanchez pointed to the halloween attack in manhattan in which a terror has rented a truck and killed eight people as he drove through a popular bike path this month of melbourne australia a man drove into a crowd injuring eighteen christmas shock barrel through a pedestrian and the only thing that outing flooded down will be deployed hooker disability but japan of i am in no way to bring people dumping off the coast it was hopeful that incident however not linked to terrorism but all those incidents and others like it our concern for chief sanchez this says for the first time in the one hundred twenty nine years of the rose parade people will not be allowed to cruise the parade route of new year's eve normally the streets are closed off the vehicle traffic early on new year's morning but this year by ten pm new year's eve streets all around the parade route will be clo reunion a series of mob police radio cars stabbed with either uniform officers or japanese an water barriers to create a chicane of swords so that a vehicle in the area can generate a lot of speed there are also measures in place although the chief would not go into specifics to prevent other acts of violence like october's mass shooting in las vegas jim roope los angeles see it's eleven tale an annual crossing of the delaware christmas tradition has cancelled jan johnson explains why every year the christmas day reenact metronews thousands of people to the banks of the.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Thread home grown on extremist has not been eliminated and a high priority concern says pasadena police chief philip sanchez is hard crossover three major or minor injury about you know on the parade route 56 streets that lead directly to the parade route and where it estimated one million people will be lined up on new year's day for the annual national tradition housing police department has worked uh alongside with armenia other agencies to develop strategies and tactics to prevent or otherwise mitigate vehicle incursions sanchez pointed to several incidents in which vehicles have been used as weapons recently to carry out terrorist attacks in july a terrorist killed eighty four people including ten children and injured more than two hundred as he drove a truck into crowds celebrating best deal day in these france here at home sanchez pointed to the halloween attack in manhattan in which a terrace rented a truck and killed eight people as he drove through a popular bike path and this month the melbourne australia a man drove into a crowd injuring eighteen christmas shoppers barreled through the pedestrian and the only thing that ought the clutter download to be deportable tradition that he puts of pandemonium and lloyd green window people bouncing off because it was hopeful that incident however not linked to terrorism but all those incidents and others like it our concern for chief sanchez who says for the first time in the one hundred twenty nine years of the rose parade people will not be allowed to cruise the parade route on new year's eve normally the streets are closed off to vehicle traffic early on new year's morning but this year by ten pm new year's eve streets all around the parade route will be close reunion a series of mob police radio cars staffed with either uniform albashir's or japanese and ouattara barriers to create a chicane of swords so that a vehicle in the area can generate a lot of speed there are also measures in place although the chief would not go into specifics to prevent other acts of violence like october's mass shooting in las vegas jim roope los angeles see it's eleven tale an annual crossing of the delaware christmas tradition has cancelled jan johnson explains why every year the christmas day reenactment draws thousands of people to the banks of the.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on KOIL

"And a high priority concern says pasadena police chief philip sanchez in our six crossover three major or minor until you pass on the parade route 56 streets that lead directly to the parade route and where it estimated one million people will be lined up on new year's day for the annual national tradition housing police department has worked alongside with armenia other agencies to develop strategies and tactics to prevent or otherwise mitigate vehicle incursion sanchez pointed to several incidents in which vehicles have been used as weapons recently to carry out terrorist attacks in july a terrorists killed eighty four people including ten children and injured more than two hundred as he drove a truck into crowds celebrating best deal day in these france here at home sanchez pointed to the halloween attack in manhattan in which a terror has rented a truck and killed eight people as he drove through a popular bike path this month of melbourne australia a man drove into a crowd injuring eighteen christmas shock richard barreled proved a pedestrian and the only thing that i think loaded down to be deployed kennedy which is kind of i am a new green people bouncing off the kinda it was hopeful that incident however not linked to terrorism but all those incidents and others like it our concern for chief sanchez this as for the first time in the one hundred twenty nine years of the rose parade people will not be allowed to cruise the parade route on new year's eve normally the streets are closed off to vehicle traffic early on new year's morning but this year by ten pm new year's eve streets all around the parade route will be clo reunion a series of police radio cars japaneser either uniform officers or deputies and and water barriers to create a chicane absorbs so that a vehicle in the area can generate a lot of speed there are also measures in place although the chief would not go into specifics to prevent other acts of violence like october's mass shooting in las vegas jim roope los angeles see it's eleven tale an annual crossing of the aware christmas tradition has cancelled jan johnson explains why every year the christmas day reenactment draws thousands of people to the banks of the.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"As a gop passes a sweeping tax bill through the house and the senate the overhaul is the largest change to the us tax system and more than thirty years for that a dozen people are injured including one young child after two people deliberately drive an suv into a crowd of holiday shoppers and melbourne australia police say the suspects have been arrested and a woman in framing as arrested for attempting to shoplifter thousand dollars worth of merchandise from a store that was hosting 75 police officers for charity event the woman were was arraigned on larceny charges yesterday in other news now new new fallout from the allegations of sexual abuse against harvey weinstein correspondent linsey davis says actress rose mcgowan who claims weinstein raped her is taking aim at meryl streep when streep announced she would join an army of actresses wearing black this awards season as a silent protest it infuriated actress rose mcgowan who claims weinstein raped her mcgowan tweeting actresses like meryl streep who happily worked for the pig monster are wearing black in a silent protest your silence is the problem in a lengthy statement streep responded impart it her to be attacked i wasn't deliberately silent i don't like young women being assaulted i didn't know this was happening a man on the list of most wanted fugitives is captured carmelo khor kato junior was arrested in concord north carolina khor kato is wanted for fatally shooting two men in a vehicle as they drove through new bedford in october investigators say they were countless hours to locate him the bristle da's working with north carolina authorities to get her kato back to massachusetts for prosecution some relief for drivers impacted by.

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"melbourne australia" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne australia" Discussed on WJR 760

"News this news sponsored by tom holzer ford police say a car plowed into pedestrians and downtown melbourne australia at least nineteen people have been hurt correspondent ivan watson says the incident took place in the heart of the city during the afternoon rushhour description of a white suzuki vehicle ramming into pedestrians there as we've heard some fourteen people being taken to hospital there including a child of preschool age as well afghan media the australian media reporting that a 32yearold man of afghan descent has been take can do the hospital under police guard the man of afghan descent is known to police in melbourne he has a history they say of drug use and mental illness the police in melbourne australia emphasize that there's no evidence to connect this afghan man with terrorism a second person has been arrested a 24yearold man in custody several these people including a school schoolage child are in critical condition in this attack in melbourne australia this man saw people bouncing off the vehicle di breaking down no attempt to hide an creative agreed on a free wi wjr news time 602 one the hit run epidemic around here a woman is fighting for her life after being hit by a hit and run bribery and ecores twenty one year old sara de eyes is in critical condition with numerous broken bones the driver who hit her is still on the loose police say a driver in harper woods fired a shot from a handgun at another driver during a road rage incident on eastbound i ninety four at allard road yesterday and harper woods prosecutors have charged the former michigan state trooper mark best near after a teen was taste and killed in an atv crash last summer in detroit that teenager was trying to escape the police that were chasing ham the prosecutor kim worthy says best nur used his taser on the 15yearold damon grimes after he tried to pull him over on the atv governor charged with second degree murder and two counts of involuntary manslaughter damon's mother says she satisfied with the charges on may charges against them in just go from their budgets on justice for the mind is unexplainable amnesy every day he was on fifteen he had is why peta were the also announced charges against detroit police officers and three other misconduct cases one of them against an officer who bashed a man of the face at a meyer store.

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