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Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

00:32 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Surprises is. The Andrews have instituted some quite authoritarian measures. And yet people just wear it. Undermines. My faith in humanity a little bit. Well she thinks that considering the Cross Victoria was faced with. It's funny. It's totally funny emerge and I think I think Paul stated his case on there and now off but this interesting I thought just because of It it's not just us and what we think it's sort of the general population going to Swipe Paul. Paul stand. So isn't that point actually engaging with him? That's a bit condescending. Okay engaging then. Engaged then I just honestly believe considering what Victoria was faced with. What would they face with that? We're getting seven hundred cases a day. Off. Or something like that. Nanna Dan to twelve or fourteen wasn't yesterday. It's negligible I negligible now. Bill before it was tightly in manageable to do you think Victoria might have ended up in US I staw- absolutely. Why not? Two different price. I think. I. Think on the whole people were more willing to as we saw with this poll to follow God lots you know if they were told to wear masks and wash your hands six times a day or more you know and just the basic thing short of locking people down and for goodness sake imposing a curfew that was absolutely outrageous. Yeah. I think the curfew is probably a little bit a little bit. Probably a little bit ridiculous. Strategy or Russia. I mean for goodness I will say. On. It live with the better half. So I think it would be very hot if someone's into US econ go and visit each other that was a little bit ridiculous. So you can't go outside the house after eight PM. and. That's where it's ridiculous. It's a funny emergency. It's really a funny as I look I can't agree with you. That's a finance agency that I can I can happen to debate about things like you and. and. Numbers of people in grief and in in the harshness of the restrictions whether they had to be as harsh but I'm looking. To. The founding of. The number of people in a group and that sort of stuff I'm going to have a problem with that because I think it's up to five. Isn't it? Victoria in Victoria. Households have pretty much segregated still. So they come visit each other yet on Pecan roll well once I can stop visiting each other I think it goes up to five, and then after a couple of months guys up to ten and then eventually twenty and that's the thing which ought to have a problem with. bought. And Certainly, arguable that that modeling I used didn't take into account clumping and classes and I could have perhaps. The more specific in certain calories and being. A. Stronger measures in certain Kelly's and software majors and others all those things are open to debate but. Not Up for this tiny you know. In the Melvin CBD's somebody small businesses being gutted do you know how many? Any Brisbane CBD. Got It probably more than a few. I I read somewhere in the suburbs in the outer suburbs of Melbourne some of the small businesses like cafes are actually doing good business because people aren't allowed or the staying away from the city signed up. But all cafes in the city I just gotTa shine here and there's no route is no restrictions in Brisbane..

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Australia's Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases since June

Coronacast

03:00 min | 5 d ago

Australia's Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases since June

"It's really encouraging to see the numbers really coming down quite low in Victoria we've been waiting a long time for it people in Victoria have been waiting a really long time for it, but there does seem to be the stubborn tile. What does the last push of the Victorian plan to get rid of COVID? What does it entail? Well, it's entails really. Targeted approach because it's not evenly spread across Greater Metropolitan Melbourne. So if you look at a map southeastern suburbs around the local area of Casey those an increasing number of cases there, or there's a steady number of cases they are The sole interest of active cases got fewer active cases in the northeast corridor but the northwest corridor seems to be coming down a bit and when you match Casey with Mobility Datta People armour mobile and it tends to be related to the fact that people. Don't have as much money that area. They've got poor quality jobs more casual jobs need to travel, and they're out and about in public transport. So the potential for spread in somewhere like Casey is much greater than say in the inner eastern suburbs of Melbourne where people tend to be staying at home. Not traveling quite as much. Does that mean that there is maybe a a welfare solution to this if the people they're not able to stay at home for socioeconomic reasons is there more intervention that can be done there. Well, they're already our interventions in Victoria in terms of support if you're tested positive I think that there needs to happen is already happening, which is more intensive testing in those areas and targeting you need to have I. Think a system that similar to New South Wales. May Well, be that there's the retorted but I haven't seen it. which is that if you live in New South Wales, you know exactly which Jim I mean people aren't going to gyms but the the May will be tram or train that somebody got onto or a shop that he went into and much more alerts. So that people who've been in the same area know that they are it also needs community development dense the community onside community leaders people to come forward. We actually had a question on this from David. Saying. What are some of the epidemiological reasons for the stubborn tile of the reduction in infections that is cases dropped swiftly after lockdown but then they flatten out it is these the reasons that play into this you can't really separate epidemiology or biology from the way we live pandemics are not a biological phenomenon purely, yes. You got to have a bug that evolves, but it's all about our behavior and how interact with the JEREM whether it'd be tumor virus. So. Epidemiology that exquisite junction between society and biology, and that's what you've got here. The more biological reasons here is our that almost certainly the still virus circulating circulating amongst younger people who are either to matic or don't have very many symptoms all not coming forward for testing and that asymmetric spread that that iceberg phenomenon is what might be driving part of it but it's not driving it strongly because numbers are coming down

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Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

00:34 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Real dining with the bill of rights that. You. Then if astrology was to introduce it, suddenly we'd have a high court judges making these crucial decisions that we actually care about. Suddenly we'd be sighing WHO's which judge decided that Whi- which one was conservative which one was. Was Liberal which one decided on this issue, which didn't who appointed that judge who appointed that one we would we would start having the same shit fi I've a high court judges that having a day if that would assaulting the same sorts of things saying. I just with the bill of rights. You also, if you just not like a loa in, it's just normal ordinary law vote the mob putting another mob by Rodney Lauren you move on but when it's all tied up in. In stuff that's not easily iva turn and you can have some pretty terrible. Practices that you just can't do anything about so. So the food for thought, for one morning bill of rights and Robin at the Satanic Temple argued in favor of bill of rights because essentially in South Africa. There was a liberal decision mind. Suited him in Sudan many people but Is I said to Robin. You Got Lucky on that occasion. You just happen to have a liberal. A liberal decision it could be an American style in five years way. The conservative court and makes a conservative decision. So. There we are. Right. has everyone feeling that lock dance. Pull how you feeling? Change Dancer now. I think it's outrageous victorious. Coming more like a dictatorship So. In, the shine dealers now and not on the screen for the live stream because there is no livestream. I've got from Newspoll. Without polled. About five hundred people from h tight and asking their opinions as to I think if things so. You'll be you about restrictions in Victoria. Said they asked Victorians and I also asked people in other states what they thought about the Victorian restrictions side of the question was. thinking. Specifically, about the Victoria Victoria has tight of disaster declared style for lockdown implies in Melbourne meaning many business premises a closed or restricted from having. This includes a nightly curfew for Melbourne and is he living specific suburbs ironing layout outside these times limited time periods to shop for.

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On the trail of COVID-19 misinformation

Science Friction

06:03 min | Last week

On the trail of COVID-19 misinformation

"Hi. An tesha Mitchell welcome to science fiction. You are about to mate to people who have really felt the fault lines of covid nineteen in their families. But in the way you might imagine. A mother, he told me I've been on the Victorian government website and the coronavirus testing is boosted a son. That's when my father said Australian scientists have now found out that sunlight is quite effective in preventing nineteen fiction confronting two pieces of medical misinformation. When it comes to medical misinformation, that term is actually really knew what we're used to as snake oil quackery, the waves of misinformation misleading content conspiracy content. It's really everywhere in a way that's really shocking. ABC's technology reporter investigative journalist Ariel Bogle joins us. Now she's been tracking the spread of health information since this pandemic began some of its mono-, some of it easy flat out dangerous and aerial imagine the spink kind of like wrestling with the arms of an octopus. It's really out there. I've seen dodgy posts and videos about carbon nineteen everywhere, and when we put a call out on ABC News website for examples. We received hundreds of tips and that's we're investigating here in click sick this a three part series on where health misinformation comes from, and it's impacting our lives. We're going to start with a single social media post then aerial and the team going digging and found what's out. There is really confusing papal testing their relationships including this woman. We'll call her lucy she lives a life on the move. Yeah Gypsy had. For more than two years Lucy's been travelling around Australia with a small dog picks the angel in a Pink Caravan. I couldn't afford to rent a house at any of the places places near where my children live, which ones album winds up in Byron Bay. So then I was like our will all to stick to being in the caravan and and that way I can float between my children but early in the pandemic in Queensland and interstate travel bans kept her apart from the son and daughter. So when restrictions as FA- caravan parks in Victoria I really wanted to just come and see my son that was that was migraine lot and I just bugged out acquaintance. When she arrived in Melbourne, she heads straight for his sons share house. There's been a dramatic escalation in the efforts to control a spiking corona virus cases in. Victoria in Melbourne. Getting grim as the number of covid nineteen cases, Russula, large parts of Melbourne now in danger of being put into lockdown. So I, only really got to see my son. A COUPLE OF TIMES BECAUSE? I want it to be careful because I didn't know you know how well they were self-isolating and protecting themselves. Busey was more worried than most about being infected with the coronavirus as you're going to hear Ya when Melbourne look like it was heading for a second wave of covid nineteen she bio just before the city went into second lockdown she was staying in a caravan park in country Victoria when she got some bad news on he got really sick really really sick about a week after I left Melbourne a son was on the fine couldn't get out of bed aching alive. You know coughing and I was really nervous I was like honey I really think you should get tested. It wasn't clear what it was, but his son saying it's probably not covid earned. It's probably just a bad flu and I was like, yeah. But for my sake, just to reassure your Mama I'd really appreciate it. If you go get tested because if you get tested and it's negative than I, know at least I'm okay and then he said something that really took her by surprise his words on the phone were I've been on the Victorian government website and the coronavirus testing is boosted. Lucy was really worried about him, but she was also especially worried for Oregon Health I've got to autoimmune diseases and the worst being rheumatoid arthritis, which affects all the joints causes stiffness and sometimes I can't walk. So Lucy takes powerful medication, which also suppresses her immune system's ability to protect itself from infections. My immune system does not function well. Well doesn't really function at all. But I do tend to pick out coughs and colds and sniffles sore throats if I just around people. I live as a total recluse on my iron but that's what I have to do to to stay healthy. And this means contain is a big threat to. Lucy. So at this point, lucy son was feeling really sick and they was a risk he might have covid nineteen though it seems he wasn't eager to take testify doubt. It's important to say that Lucy son didn't want to be part of the story. Sorry. These impressions only. But this was a time when Victorian health authorities wanted everyone even with modest symptoms to get tested to help contain the pandemic Lucy didn't know what to do so I said well. What makes you think that it's crap and he said, well, I've been reading on the government website and it says the tests that they give you. Is just the test corona viruses in general, not specific to. Sarah's To the one that causes covid nineteen then her sunset Lucy a screen shot of a website he'd seen on facebook and it was from CDC Dot Gov Had the link at the top and pretty said what he'd said. But it had like highlights across the words and a big Red Maka pen round

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Fresh "Melbourne" from Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:56 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Melbourne" from Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Bs all around the world. Let's continue now with today's newspapers. Oh, this evening's newspapers. I should because joining me on the line as Monaco's contributing editor, Andrew Mueller. He's been casting an eagle eye over what's happening down under welcome back Hendry. Good Morning Good morning to evening in Victoria, which is the ages covering its main stories tonight. This is well, there's really only one story in Victoria and that has been the case now some tedious months, and this is the the ongoing lockdown try and halt the spread of Covid. Nineteen. The ages reporting hopeful noises from the Premier Donna Andrews. Suggesting that this is actually working the new daily infections are down below single figures put because of that there's now. An inevitable backlash from people saying you know, are we not done yet and the reason that I picked this story apart from that fact was absolutely textbook from Dr Jason Thompson the University of Melbourne researcher who is co authoring the modeling. For a brilliant deployment in what should be grand final week of an Australian rules football metaphor he says, it's the last ditch effort. We're in the last quarter of the game where all tired. We just wanted to have a drink or sit on the bench, but we know if we do that, the other team will come over on top of us right and is this possibly the best way of explaining to the Australian to deal with covert because frankly suffering that we could do some of that over here in the UK Kind of metaphor, we'll have residents in Victoria which is I may have mentioned in this spot once or twice before he's fairly crazy about Australian football but and there is a melancholy undertow to that this week as a couple of papers have pointed out, this should be grand final week in a normal year in Victoria. They would be a public holiday the day before the game on Friday. There'd be big parade in Melbourne and one hundred thousand people would be going to the northern cricket ground on Saturday and none of that is happening this era obviously Let's move to an article on the ABC terrific depressing report into into business in Sydney. Yeah the done this really well throughout actually re remo reminding listeners and viewers and readers that. Beneath the big story of Covid nineteen, there are no end of small stories and they're all fascinating in their way, and for this one, they've gone out to a place at likes to think of itself as Sydney's second central business district. This is paramount or out in the western suburbs and the western suburbs of Sydney aware about a tenth of Australia's population live. So it's not a a small place, but it's just it's a place that a lot of people go to work. There's lots of offices and banks and similar. Such institutions, and so they've gone out there and talk to people do things like own gyms and coffee shops and nail byles which obviously rely on passing traffic passing foot traffic, and at the moment there isn't any There's some optimism among some of them. The nail bar on Lauren. Larouche has actually been able to move some of her business online, but obviously, not the up close and personal manicure and decorating stuff but really interesting piece reminding us of the human stories. It's lovely to take an interest in hand. it is an interesting one though that it it, it is the little stories not little to anybody who's affected by them, but the is micro refresh reflects macro. So accurately with stories like this, it really does and like I said, the ABC I think decided quite. They would make thing of this. They've done quite a lot of this, just going to people and asking them how this is affected them and the other reason I like the story it was A. Trick. I was told by a much older journalist many years ago as a tip for foreign corresponding in there. Right they just said the amount you can learn by just going into a few shops and asking people how businesses. Is Extraordinary it's absolutely true. Let's move on to some good news about certain trees. Good News. About the followed up with some bad news or should brace listeners for that. That's fine. Just get just. Before just about time before you deal the deathblow please. This is the Sydney. Morning, Herald two pieces from the Sydney Morning Herald A. This story because it's good news, it's twenty five million trees going to be planted in Australia to try and recover some of the damage from last summer's extraordinary bushfires. But it it's kind of a heart warming unlikely bedfellows stories well, because the the two organizations that are doing this greening Australia, which is a conservation organization in the sort of people you'd expect to be involved in this but Astra's Zenit Sir as well. The pharmacutical giant has this idea of becoming. Net Zero Carbon by two thousand and twenty five actually carbon negative eventually. So they want to plant fifty million trees around the world and they've decided to plant twenty, five, million of them in Australia. Feel slightly cynical about the concept of a giant pharmaceutical company such as Astra Zeneca deciding to save the planet. This perfectly good reasons to feel cynical about joint companies of all sorts. But in this particular case, I have to say speaking of somebody who actually you didn't have to see those bushfires up close hundreds of kilometers away. You could barely breathe here I don't really care why they're doing it. I'm just glad that they are right. That's a that's a perfectly honorable way of gang. And finally you said you were going to deal a deathblow. What is it Yeah. The there's now some doubt as to how long those trees might last we we are coming up before the anniversary of the beginning of last summer's fires. and the weather is already looking discouraging a a map shown by the Sydney morning. Herald shows one thousand,.

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Rio Tinto CEO to leave over destruction of Indigenous sites

BBC Newshour

05:09 min | Last week

Rio Tinto CEO to leave over destruction of Indigenous sites

"It's not very often that shareholders of a big multinational company forced the resignation of a chief executive. But in the case of the global mining giant Rio Tinto, it seems they have shown Sebastian Jack is stepping down after an outcry over the destruction of sacred and archaeologically important aboriginal sites in western Australia. To ancient caves in pill Burwood blown up because they sat on top of millions of dollars of high grade on all well that sparked widespread condemnation from the shareholders and, indeed, the wider public. I've been speaking to Professor Marshall Langton. She's an aboriginal academic at the University of Melbourne. She's been telling me first of all why the sites was so significant. I thought the traditional property off a group of traditional Ainas in the Pilbara Everyone refers to the buy of the shorthand P k. K p So they are extremely important religious sites. They haven't had much of an opportunity to explain to the public why they are so important to them. Although they have been a few statements in the media. They've said that they had broken they regard. This is a tragedy for all of their people before the destruction, they wanted to take their young people to these sites. And they were also of deep on through biological. And while archaeological significance as well, when they yes. Oh, they found evidence that dates human occupation of these caves to 46,000 years ago. This is during the place to say this is, you know very early on in the history of human Occupation off this continent and, you know, travels across the globe. And then I found a human hair bills and they were able to extract and I the dyke I'm in at many, thousands of years, and the interesting thing about that discovery is that the present I traditional Ainas. Are the direct descendants of those people, They say areas where off world heritage status so our Rio Tinto able to destroy them in that, such for Arnold They applied some years ago to the western Australian government under the western Australian cultural heritage eject And the minister readily granted it to them because the state of Western Australia is entirely dependent on mining rules ease. And so as far as I know, no minister in the western Australian government has ever refused a mining company. P. K. K P people tried to object, but there's no right of appeal under the legislation once the ministers might a decision, how surprised are you then? That Rio Tinto's chief executive has resigned as he said they've bean many sites in the past that have been destroyed, with little consequence for for the mining companies. But not this time. Why is that? Well, there are two reasons. I'm the first one is that in the past the indigenous land use agreements were drafted in such a way that the traditional Ainas were able to be consulted regularly and have a sigh in their cultural heritage on mining leases and really tinto quite a few years ago. Had very good Ray Shane for implementing those agreements with the Aboriginal Tradition alliance. But what Jack has done in the years that he was CEO was got that staff workforce body of expertise. And culture off, you know, operating values, and he removed all of the experts eh removed the cultural values from the company. He removed the commitment to working closely with traditional Ainas to retain the the company's Social Lawson's too upright, And that is one of the primary reasons for the other negligence that has led to The destruction of the sites has there also being a sort of cultural change in Australia as regards to the protection of these sorts of places? Yes, so many sites have been protected both by mining companies and governments. And also, for instance, you will know that the old route was closed to climates last year, and there has been a community change. Under the reconciliation action plans devised by corporations, universities associations and approved by reconciliation, Australia. People might commitments to treat aboriginal people with respect and to trait average on people's cultures with respect. The destruction of the caves was like the blowing up the Buddha statue Aryan it's on that scale of cultural heritage destruction. And it's you know, quite shocking to may that that Jack and Nevan and soul spray who will resigned had no comprehension off the gravity of what they had

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Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

01:24 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Inside Supercars

"And I'm in the office every day so I really enjoy having it. Really or me but nationally. The offices in Melbourne that traveling pretty regularly even shooting much anywhere. As we've talked about before even doing stuff in the United States which. got. So yeah, having gone to the US and show it was really cool. I didn't actually I personally I sent my crew incoming Democrats. and then yeah likely here in Australia has been. An Amazing I. Think you know the guys that have been working on me. I've really enjoyed it because if you know there's no many rose where you know we've been attending every single congregants travel is traveling. I guess being side to the circus. So to speak and and save from a different perspective I, think most people are upset because if they've seen it so Yeah. Luckily the. Too, because I. Thought. Yeah. I. Mean creating the content is Almost diviners some. It's been a be the. Company now and I'm really enjoying. And over the course of this period because. Have had lockdowns in Melbourne and you you've had to. Do Boorda runs three times just to keep yourself nice way he can race how have you been out to do that with with the cruise and then you clients so happy clients to one beck drastically what they've produced. Get. Crime the rest of his point motorsports rally or. Not Running. This year we're actually using a lot of them They've been doing these serious because you don't want. We've been cranny competent than anything. We've been busy working those guys we would've curricular. That's GonNa toys we suited Airbus's content as well. Course rights weekend and in between. So yeah that those against with any events within camera to. Shoot him coming up which ended up a to send the falls back to Melbourne, and then my guys wanted to that out and and send it out to. I guess at the different way of doing it now, my usual. Because border restrictions having to. adapt and use different people and things like that. But primarily, the footage goes back and. The but my. Crews working from home in Melbourne Yeah. The Dye left. we shut office pretty much and I'm from I'm and I think he'd been important as well for everyone in public can be audited. Think. So we decided early. Traveling in the office and trying and. Get about as quickly as quickly as possible by doing the right thing. In Times of rising it's been one of my most enjoyable. Honestly I'm loving working with the crew is being an opportunity for me to spend so much time with them as well. You know we've been on the ride together. Weights now and. Probably relationships which would generally take Easter tonight and you nice. I'm probably in a situation someone having doing anything now to be gone away writing what I'm doing now. You're all. Engineer was speaking to us a few weeks ago. He said particularly about Darwin about getting a few a few pots of truth serum remainder human really finding out more about him and I guess that's been pretty consistent across the board for all teams. That's probably been the thing that. We together in. And that was a great opportunity to. Understand each other's emotions the. Building Amazing writer and actually. I was signing away. Lot the couple but the more Thomas winning the more I think to actually quite a and especially how we do situation Even emotionally. Halley. Do those attraction I. Yeah. I'm I'm you know one was? Really and I feel like we're on the same page now. So yeah, it's definitely been a pretty cool opportunity to. Work with these guys and like I said, I've relationships pursuit these like they. Owned up. Even, Chali I mean the the atmosphere in the guy just. Started Grad the moment in the might of ice, and that comes from the very top. So we didn't get to have charlie the. In. Pound back next weekend and especially with oversee I'm fortunate. That's how he got. You see when he walks into spirit. Now a long time ago probably before you went to Europe being delight boy hanging around. Adelaide. Yeah. Again be tomorrow. That's. Very, talk and see the grave down. Yeah, and then I'll come back onto your day. Trying to say my mom gets framed or relax for a couple of days before I come back to the van beneficial. For few days isn't that coming off lifestyle I'm looking for saying. Well Ray to get time to spend with family and catch up with school friends isn't it? Yeah. Definitely, and I mean, you know my mom did. For everyone it's it's not. The Tom. Scott have a great week and we're looking forward to seeing you on the details back out on the track in the. Very same. Inside Supercars is produced by thunder media shooting next on for more locking the podcast on your. Mobile, device search inside sue cows. The views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network thunder media radio, any publication or ray broadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of funding media is strictly prohibited..

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The Bung Siriboon Case

Casefile True Crime

05:52 min | 2 weeks ago

The Bung Siriboon Case

"In early June Two Thousand Eleven Ciragan Sarah Boone affectionately nine nicknamed bone was happy and brought thirteen-year-old halfway through her first year of high school. The previous few years had been full of change and adjustment. The Bung showed great resilience and face stage challenge head on. She was born in Thailand on December thirty, hundred, ninety seven and had an older sister Syrup own whose nickname Pang complimented her own. Deceased. His parents divorced when both goes was still young. In two, thousand, four, the mother Veneto travelled to Melbourne for a holiday and fell in love with a local named Fred Paterson. The past iding touch off the return time and two years. Later Fred Move Thailand The couple married and Fred became a loving father to Bung Pang. In two thousand tonight the family decided to move to Melbourne. said that Pang now seventeen and bomb edge ten could have the advantage of an Australian education. I purchased the home in the eastern suburb of Baranya and the go settled in. Pang completed the equivalent of a high school education while bunk took English classes and attended the local primary school. She seemed became best friends with a classmate ninety Yami Hilla who also lived in the area. The army was often bullied by students. The Bung always stood up for her. When it was time for the two friends to start school several years later, they both unrolled A. College. They met age morning to walk to school then ambled home together in the afternoon. The. Eight hundred and fifty made along route along residential Straits only took about ten minutes to Compla-? Here is wrong. Why has everyone put their furniture out on the street she asks Her Dad Fred explains about rubbish. It seems ridiculous when he says it out loud. Where and her family come from everything is reused every last scrap of paper every empty tin. Bong. It's fascinated. Can we go and look? They spend a moaning, wondering the paths of Barnea glimpsing into the lives of others wondering why such useful looking things have been discarded. They see sagging chairs and old TV as and dented bicycles. Plastic Children's toys. Fred feels a bit guilty to see it all. To realize how much we take for granted. But bungalows too young and innocent cynical thoughts. She is -tective anthropologist a treasure hunter. It's a peculiar family outing but for. Everything is an adventure. Plants Flowers in the front garden anew house with him Mom's sister and dad when they install a water fountain. Magpies wobble above them in the twisting white arms of gums and the House starts to feel like home. It was raining on the morning of Thursday June two thousand eleven bong eight egg gro soup for breakfast. Then set off the school. Let around half Pasta cooling out by mom see you later as she left. Yami was being driven that day due to the weather the bung was content to walk. She was wearing a school uniform address with blue and white stripes as well as black. Dunlop volley runners what socks a blue raincoat and blue baton backpack. A neighbor who lived three doors down on nosy straight. So her walking regular route shortly after eight thirty. But when her teacher to grow call minutes later. There was no sawn of bone. Nor did she attend any of her other classes throughout the day? Though bungs absence was unusual and immediately noticed by by friends and teachers. There was issue md that she was unwell and nobody followed up the matter with her family. Bank typically returned home from school by three forty pm but that afternoon, there was no sign of her. She had left him eyeball phone at home in accordance with school rules, and shortly after four o'clock just the Vineeta with starting to wonder where her daughter was. The phone rang. It was bunks best friend Diani cooling to remind Bong about a football game that was scheduled to play the following day. Diani told Fred Vineeta. The Bung hadn't been at school and Penny immediately said in. The couple drive directly to Baranya hearts call agent spoke with the school principal who confirmed the Bung had been absent and staff had assumed she was sick. Off too quickly searching the school grounds Fred, and Veneto drive to Knox police station to report door. Missing. Police took a statement from them but were unable to do anything further as bunk hadn't been missing alone. I advised the couple to rate you out to all of their family and friends to ensure bung wasn't with someone else. Fred and Vineeta cold and visited all of bungs France, but no one had seen her. The army informed them that her mother had driven her to school that morning because of the rain they had stopped briefly at the goals regular meeting spot hoping to offer Bunga lift but hadn't seen. Fred and Vineeta was so distraught that they couldn't eat or sleep that not. Only, the next morning they returned to the police station to officially report bunk missing detectives to drop the case.

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Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

01:03 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Do you think? It's a very good question I mean, obviously, there are certain advantages to which you can but exploit by getting them to places and getting them to see things again. But I can't I, mean, it's still far from the upbringing I had. That I have no sense of that. Georgia's has a better perspective on that because her parents were. Actors I don't quite successful of Sushi. Was You know she knew what it was like to be chased by photographers when she was eight? Worse for me not died. But yes, we definitely try and protect them from that as much as possible because it's not. Yeah it's not nice whether it's healthy and I don't know but it's not nice as a kid psychological play. Becoming aware that other people see your parents has different as icon akin somewhere I I worry about what that does to your own ability to form a sense of perspective regarding your ambitions or what you think it is to have a live a successful life for. I don't know I. Suppose It depends on the personality. Doesn't play it depends on what they end up wanting to do. Because music means so much to me and the so much music in our house but I don't want my kids to feel. Like I'm not the greatest pianist in the world, but there's definitely a level of sort of physical ability that would be threatening you know. If you watched me play in your house. You think well, how the fuck among GonNa get there. Yeah. I I really want them to have music in their life and may their violet violet plays and sings plays piano. She's doing fine. She's sort of like I was he's not that pitches pitched lazy and I it all came quite light to me. So it's all totally fine but I find it very hard not to go via that's major you're playing a major over. Like it's unbearable and I and she really reacts badly to that to let them do. Yeah. So what was the music that you grew up? Loving was it musical theater? I'm not even sure I was particularly into music I don't know I find the fact that I'm a musician extraordinarily surprising. I really do I guess I love Sergeant Peppers and I love JC superstar and I love the big chill soundtrack in the twin the fifteen records my parents had, but we had this. Should you call it a pianolas the Americans, call it a player piano I. Don't know what we can allow you peto and the. New Human Yeah I. Some stupid Scottish. Do Damage Scotland that sounds like an English. Yeah. But yeah. That was that this hundred year old piano, which I kind of channel debate when I wrote my TV show. Opera Brian is about an old. But There was plenty of music and the a hell of a lot of it's down to my big brother because my big brother really loved music and. Learn Guitar and just really wanted me to land the songs he was learning so we could play them together right and then my sisters we'd all sing harmonies and we we really got into did you have like a capacity for language? Did you were you aware that you could flaw in our? He didn't quiz in English. From last year four writing poem like out always get the gold star thing on the board and the writing poems, and then somewhere in my teens, I could suddenly play blue scales really fast with my eyes closed which I do at parties. So someone kissed me sure well, why else would you do? Exactly. Yeah. So you're not as you as you said, you were never going. To Be Lawrence Levy, I want to be Stephen, Sondheim you're just sort of bumbling alone at some point. It struck me that. I could play piano bit and that people found impressive. And I've always thought I could act a bit but my insecurity about that. Resolved. This year last year. No, one said, are you're talented actor you should audition for this and no one said Oh you're talented musician have a scholarship and I wasn't brought up by people who said Your Special And so it just took a long long time and that length of time it took the greatest gift. I have a goal right because I got to get quite. Good before anyone took any notice whatsoever and I'm not beautiful like. Year. Well nobody I'm not being silly but like. You don't get onto neighbors. If you look at me, you know unless you're playing the bully kit or whatever. So my friends went to acting school and I never even audition that didn't even cross my mind I'd be allowed to. and. Yet I'm I'm definitely an actor now but saying that out loud has taken me forty four Ryan's. But you did record an album with. An album in my lounge room in two thousand men don't worry is putting out stuff and okay pushing hard and playing. I. Haven't had a job a non music job since I was twenty one or something I applied in wedding bands and piano baas and and and I've written music view theater and the fact is regardless of where my self belief was or you gotTa realize how isolated Perth is. Coming from Scotland makes you feel like you're not part of the well yeah I mean it's so culturally isolated. You just think the idea that maybe one day I could write some music for theater company in Melbourne was the absolute height of my life or death city of my self Sure. I. Thought I'm going to move to Melbourne a maybe I'll be out of maybe. Yeah I was just.

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Interview with Michelle G Hunder

This Week in Photo

05:16 min | 2 weeks 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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'Our hands are tied': Local aid workers exposed in pandemic

The World

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

'Our hands are tied': Local aid workers exposed in pandemic

"A mask, official reports say. Kim urged authorities to take precautions ahead of Typhoon Bobby's arrival. A storm came just weeks after monsoon floods damaged infrastructure farms and killed at least 20 North Koreans. That's according to media reports and the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, which works with local partners on the ground there, Nazanin today Cummings lectures on humanitarian studies at Deacon University in Melbourne. She says Pyongyang usually turns to foreign aid groups for disaster relief. And to make that happen, these agencies need to build trust with North Korean officials. International organizations are really dependent on having relationship. Inside North Korea, where they have access to information and access to people and access to places that are affected by his after. But because of the covert 19 pandemic, many foreign aid workers are now locked out of the country today coming says You can't do zoom calls from abroad with North Korean officials to coordinate disaster relief. She says Pyongyang's containment measures like closing down its borders and limiting domestic travel were extreme but perhaps necessary. So I think the way North Korea has responded to the pandemic shows that the authorities understand and are very cognizant of how weak the health system is and how how devastating Corbett could be North Korea Earlier this month, Kim Jeong Eun made a rare admission. His economic reforms have failed. He largely blamed the pandemic, international sanctions and natural disasters Today. Cummings agrees that Cove it and US and United Nations restrictions have impacted foreign aid. But she pushes back on the notion that disasters in the North are natural. They don't become disasters and hold a interact with human decision making the inability to be prepared for disasters, the inability to mitigate risk for the disasters and the inability for people to have a system that supports them to be able to make it through hazards without casualty. She adds, the impact of typhoons and floods could be lower if North Korea made caring for its people a priority for the world. I'm Jason Strother and soul.

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Coronavirus: Have NSW and Queensland learnt their lessons from Victoria?

Coronacast

05:25 min | Last month

Coronavirus: Have NSW and Queensland learnt their lessons from Victoria?

"We've been talking a lot about Victoria on this podcast and with good reason because that's where the majority of Australia's new cases coming. But there's also a spread happening in New South Wales and Queensland and some of the questions that we're getting are about basically with a these states have learned some lessons and are making some changes to their approach based on what's happening in Victoria will your queenslander? Why don't you tell us what's happening up there? Yes. So it is interesting the health authorities here. have been quite open about the fact that they're nervous. They're worried to see some community transmission happening here. It's linked to a juvenile detention center and we know that I'm prison outbreaks problematic because you've got people in close quarters but they are definitely making some changes to the sorts of restrictions I brought in based on what's happened in Victoria. So nothing's really changed in terms of businesses, but the number of people that you can have visiting a household or like private gatherings outside Your House that's been what's restricted and that's based on the Victorian experience that some of those clusters happened early on, we're really linked to lodge family networks rather than sort of transmissions happening at businesses. And offices although the ones one outbreak in a lawyer's office North West Melbourne from memory. That's right. So it's this is domestic kits at families is family weightings, family events, funerals, and so on. People are hugging close together. And P. The opportunity for Aerosol spread early on and on that one of the other things that's being mentioned much earlier in this Queensland outbreak than happened in Victoria is they're advising people to wear masks. Now, if you're in a public place in a crowded place there advising that you wear bosc and that's not something that we heard until quite a long time into the Victorian outbreak note that Triton thankfully there deviating from the national advice on this. has been a bit reserved. It's just an extra layer of protection even if there's not much virus around, you just don't aware it is what about where you are normally in New South Wales Wales, they seem to be getting the unknowns down to a low number, which is the which is the statistic that worries everybody Wine Victoria when interstate for lockdown is that they just far too many people where they didn't know where they're getting virus form. Is running along in reasonable shape. The problem is they're still virus around, and whilst we report day by day on the numbers and the number of unknown sources, this can change. On a day-to-day basis, he really got to look at the running average and what's happening in terms of the train, but the train these. Small numbers and increasingly knowing where the virus is coming from. Obviously, we would all prefer to have zero spread whatsoever but New South Wales seems to have maintained a low level that has been more or less consistent. Is that maybe? A different way of living with the virus long term. I'm not sure that that's what they're. Amy's. They've said in the past that they're not aiming for zero spread. But. There's enough anxiety around even at low levels that you can't quite relax. But if the couldn't get it done two zero spread and I assume that are trying incredibly hard to do so. And you probably could live with this but you living with a situation where they probably going to mandate masks robin just ask people to wear masks. And and have quite strict social distancing. So that's there's no chance of virus being spread around. So there is virus, it tends not to get spread. But there will always be the risk of of a blowout. So we might talk about it Victoria just a little bit because we got a question from ally. You've said that a few times that Victoria isn't being transparent and when all is been watching the presses everyday, they're saying that they do feel like there's a lot of transparency there. So what are you referring to when you say that is digging darn and being completely open for example, by the hospital spread and we tend to find about find out that late we tend to find out. How we don't really know how it's being transmitted. We'd been misled I think about how has been transmitted because the minister at one point said only ten or fifteen percent of being caught in hospitals clearly, not the case moisture product being caught in hospitals. Possibly, not from patients maybe in the tea room and other places where they could be passing it on. But we haven't sorted that out. What we don't know is not where of knowing is whether patients have caught it from healthcare workers one hope that hasn't happened, but we haven't heard that statistic either and and why we should know about this is really the two areas that seem to be the problem. Yes. There still some problem with food storage facilities, and so on and outbreaks stemming from them, and those are always at risk. But largely, we have aged care residents have healthcare workers and both age care and in hospitals, and if you subtract them from the total, there aren't many cases left in Victoria from community spread. So we towards doing really well but if the up they've got be up front about their hospital problem. So that, we can all share in that and that means we don't. You know when we go in as a patient, we're just careful or there's no are we know that there's no patient spread? Healthcare worker to healthcare worker because people are arriving late at hospital with serious conditions which need major interventions and they need to be sure that the hospitals are safe and I think it creates doubt if they're not being entirely open perhaps were political reasons. So I think those are the reasons why should they just got to be straight and and tell us what the statistics are and how they're dealing with 'cause they really get on top of the hospital situation on top of aged care. The pretty close to solving the problem in Victoria. Really,

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Can Victoria get it done in three more weeks?

Coronacast

08:50 min | Last month

Can Victoria get it done in three more weeks?

"Sino Men People Victoria had been working really hard for weeks and weeks now to try to get the numbers down there and they've gone from seven hundred ish new cases of Covid Day Dan to two hundred in about three weeks. I'm sorry there's another three weeks before those restrictions are due to the stage four restrictions. How likely is that going to be able to go back to a normal way of life at that time? There are a lot of variables I think is highly unlikely that people will be going back to a normal way of life in Victoria for a long time to come, for example, mandatory mass to be out there for a long time to come what's a long time I don't know the answer to that question. But really for quite awhile, and certainly it's going to be a help to have mandatory masks when they do start relieving restrictions I think we're going to be very nervous about lifting restrictions with anything more than zero spreads. So that's what they're expected expecting but I think that's Unlikely, in three weeks and people getting tired in D., H. S.. So you've got some incredibly hard workers who the contact tracing the testing who are running teams and they're getting really tired. It's emotionally difficult for them. They're they're doing incredible work as indeed are victorians under this lockdown you'd have to say so an since which those teams hold together manage to actually go the distance themselves and then are those teams really being held by the system. So you've got h care that still a problem Victoria it's not at all clear the extent to which you've got healthcare worker problems in hospitals. They were very late telling us about the role Melbourne break. There were probably late telling us about the Franks hospital. If to save face or political problems, they're not telling us about hospital outbreaks and those continue and they're being spread to patients. I don't know whether they are not one here's anecdotes, but if they don't get in there and solve those very specific problems of high risk workplaces like food, processing storage, and so on. And each care and hospitals then they could continue to be sources of outbreaks moving forward. So has the department got the capacity to get in there and just as a matter of interest for you the that's not the responsibility of Brett Sutton chief health officer. There are other by teen structure in Victoria, and they have a chief medical officer who's in charge of safety and quality in healthcare and the and the bureaucrats obviously have a major responsibility here. So let's hope that they can get on top of that to control the epidemic. What's Christmas look in Victoria look they could be zero spread certainly by Christmas we. Should be zero spread well before that but it's this ability to actually get in there and deal with that and deal with it transparency transparently and shine a light on where the problems and admit to it because admitting to it is not just taking flak in the press. This is about actually the whole system being organized around with our full who points of the outbreak, and we know that there are focal points already and just telling us what their efforts are in those areas and their strategy because at the moment I suspect some daughter are being hidden from us and we don't know and I don't think they're going to get zero spreading unless they can sort that out. Well, we've got some. Feedback and some clarifications from audience and thank you all so much for talking to us and letting us know what you're thinking about when you're listening. I'm recalling clarification corner that's right and so the first clarification to clarify is that we asked you guys to send in how long it was taking tests to come back where you live and we said that remote parts of Australia it was taking twenty four to forty eight hours and then in Melbourne in Victoria it was taking about five days and people saying that Nar, lots of friends and family getting Melvin test results back in twenty four to forty eight hours. True. So maybe there was a bit of a self selecting bias there as a health. And Science report is we should be on that but thanks for keeping us on ties with that one you guys ended no defense. We did say it was anecdotal, but that's not us being defensive. We should have probably emphasized that and I have another question for clarification, which comes from our episode where she can go back and find which is why vaccines mandatory and we talked about their research, which showed the suggested what the order of symptoms where which started with fever went to cough and so on and quite rightly people have written in and saying that is not to be taken as Gospel absolutely is right. The any of the symptoms that you get in any order it doesn't you don't. Have to fever go and get tested. So Muscle sore throat that sort of thing get tested fevers essential and another thing that we're getting a lot from you guys on is questions about vaccine. So we thought we would do a quick fire Monday on vaccines and just try to cover up as many of your questions as possible. So Norman you ready to answer some vaccine questions off too deep breath ready to go. Now, how is an unvaccinated person a threat to a vaccinated person? So I take it this comes from comments at government level where people are saying well, if you're not immunized, you won't get on a train or you want to go to an office situation and what have you What's the problem with that? If everybody else is vaccinated well. The fact of the matter is that. This issue of Herod Immunity. and. The more people who are immunized the less circulating ours you've got and the less have spreading it. So a big reason why you want ninety five percent of kids in their first year of life to be immunized and a lot of the rest of us to be reunited as well as so there's not much around. So kids who are vulnerable in the first three or four months of life don't catch hooping cough. So in a sense you, we are trying to remove the burden of disease in the community how they distributed, but it's Unclear but I would imagine through general patches through pharmacies and also targeted immunization programs to healthcare workers and heath care centers, and so on. It would be very silver to try and create a whole new process. For this, we've got recognize immunizing the public and that's what we should use. In this case just make sure it was just the right place because you're going to maintain a call chain. So the viruses are active and effective when when you get to the point of delivering is there enough evidence to suggest that it's safe not yet. Which is why those phase three trials. So important, it doesn't take that many cases to actually find out whether it works and human beings. Maybe four hundred people need to be infected with covid nineteen in vaccine experiment so that the two hundred, the placebo two, hundred in the active group to find out whether it works but you gotTa do it maybe thirty thousand people to find out that it's safe just to be sure that rare side effects don't emerge. The answer is no particular question on pregnant women will it be safe? Pregnant women? The answer is unknown at this stage. It's known that the influenza vaccine is safe is very safe in pregnant women, and in fact, pregnant women must be immunized for influence because you do not want to catch influence when you're pregnant. And you don't want to be to catch it two straight after birth. So pregnancies. A really important question to be asked. So pregnancy and children and immuno-compromised those are the groups of people where you are going to have to test it and be sure it's likely. It will be safe from past experience. But some of these vaccines are very new technologies that haven't been properly tested in all groups. In the community we do know that the Oxford style vaccine which is the chimpanzee virus has been tested. In children in with other viruses it's been around for a while that technology and it was safe and children and effective with other viruses. I can't quit you homegrown in my head at the moment but says some experience there but the Mr Vaccine from the United States or Germany those we are yet to be tasted in those groups will get the vaccine I while they say that what who get it are. People who are older people complicated medical problems, healthcare workers, and high risk environments. Those sorts of situations which will be is I, but here's the problem. If you don't immunize the poll population as quickly as possible, the virus is mutating all the time and that if you vaccinate if you immunize than mutations of the virus which are not covered by the vaccine could escape. And multiply if you don't get in there, do it quickly and that's one of the problems of Mexico or wherever is taking up the Russian vaccine some countries trying out in a couple of thousand people. You could actually get mutations of the virus surviving in countries like that and seaways antibody resistance, and we could be creating a nightmare for herself by ourselves by another country. Just little bits of immunization and we get viral resistance. Well, that's a real nice note to end on. Thanks everyone for your vaccine questions and let us know if you lock these quickfire rounds and if so what you'd like us to talk about next time

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The Injustices of AI

Science Friction

04:55 min | Last month

The Injustices of AI

"You are about to meet to Gutsy. multi-award-winning film directors with stories that connecting contrast to incredible confronting crucial films where artificial intelligence is being used in the service of good bad and possibly plein rotten. Lucia terrorism. Sleeve those. WHO ITS MUSCLE IS INSERTED GAVE David France director of the documentary. Welcome to Chechnya went underground to document the current persecution imprisonment, torture murder of lgbt people in Chechnya and the. Going rescue mission to get them out to safety. Kid Dot as facial recognition mis identification, and then you start. To search, this is an innocent child. System is becoming mechanized shall nation Thanh Director of coded bias documents the rise of this called Algorithm, ick Justice League. There are fledgling movement with this mission to rescue us from the insidious crepe of biased computer algorithms into pretty much every aspect of our lives. Now, they films both feature at this year's Melbourne International Film Festival and they join me from a Balmy summer in New York. City thank you for having us. Absolutely thanks for having us the injustices in these films. Real and raw and happening in the world right now, and there's this. Shopping, and shocking sense of urgency in both of these films for both of us. Why are these films that you were compelled to make? Now what drove you to these stories David? This is a story about an ongoing genocidal program in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya a conflict which we were all informed about in a series of articles published in a newspaper. In Russia back in two thousand, seventeen, it produce headlines around the globe. It was a horrifying revelation of a campaign to round up and eliminate all lgbtq people living in the. Chechen republic it generated our government leaders around the world were outraged by it and demanded justice. But the story immediately fell from headlines and what I discovered some months later was that it the the crimes themselves had not stopped. And in fact that ordinary Russians were responding to this in really heroic ways I spent eighteen months embedded in his underground network this underground railroad of people who were actually physically rescuing individuals from. Hiding them. Tending to their physical wounds in their psychological ones and trying to get them out of Chechnya if and to relative safety and other parts of the world the access you got. WAS INCREDIBLE THE TRUST In Janet easing credible Shalini what about you boss is this absolutely riveting vital interrogation of the wine which machine learning algorithms are effectively shaping lives in the most potent and yet most secret ways. Why will you compelled to make this film? Well, I think all of my work deals with how disruptive technology makes the world lesser more fair. And when I stumbled upon the work of joy Leney and Cathy O'Neil the author weapons of mass destruction I sort of stumbled down the rabbit hole of the dark side of big tack and came to realize quite shockingly. that. You know these computer systems that we give our implicit trust to and entrust with such decisions like who gets hired, who gets health care how long a prison sentence on someone may serve. have. Not Been often vetted for accuracy or for racial or gender bias, and that comes across in the making of this still where. Joy Leney is just trying to make something like a snap chat filter were right? And put a mask on her face and stumbles upon the fact that commercially available facial recognition doesn't see dark faces are women accurately she's

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Urban Australia

Travel with Rick Steves

03:53 min | Last month

Urban Australia

"David. Because Australia's so far away from the other continents. It's easy for the rest of the world to not really have a clear image of what it's like. The stereotype made include kangaroos on every corner and Paul Hogan Wrestling Crocodiles, in the outback. Do you find that a lot of visitors you meet in Australia come armed with a lot of misperceptions about what they'll find preconceptions invariably wrong. Suddenly it's the case in Australia where as you saw the introduction, the business about Kangaroos hopping down the main street with nothing could be further divorced from reality that image and a Crocodile Dundee. Well, he came from the northern territory and he actually lives in America now, and he's one of our favorite experts. So, there you go. Australia's quite urbanized then. It's very of an is and it's a huge landmass. It's only a fraction smaller than the United States and everyone will the vast majority of people live within twenty kilometers of the coast say fifteen miles of the coast. So you have a huge concentration of people have been buried narrowband typically stretching from Cy Melvyn in the south up to Brisbane that halls probably seventy five percent of Australia's population right there. Yes. Okay. Now, the two dominant cities would be Sydney and Melbourne where where do you go for the best urban thrills? What would you recommend? How do they compare comparing? Them is very difficult and the answer you get when you ask that question will dependent tally on where that person was from. They are Mel Benon. Sevan for Melvin or Sydney Saad and the endless rivalry between the two. People from Sydney Regard Melburnians as easy as boring or as people for Melvin C Sydneysiders as frivolous where you fun loving I come from northern New South Wales I'm a country boy. Oh so you can get unbiased I i. have a Sydney Wife. Sybil on wife. So my leanings now with Sydney, but the only city I've lived in Australia in Melvin. Okay how do you characterize the two times? Is there a different culture for the people in the United States you know we got the coast and the West Coast I think there's a big difference between the two and the difference is really driven by climate. And that Melvin. Has further south and thus it has quite cold winters Sydney's lot warmer and therefore the accident is more on outdoor activities and as a coastal city, you have wonderful beaches what the bond I beach is. One of the world's iconic beaches now is their rivalry between the two cities naturally. So arrival of everything, which is why the capital of Australia is halfway between the two because they could not decide where to put it to avoid a civil war related had to had to avoid. That's great. Now you live in Melbourne and understand there's a lot of Greeks living in Melbourne maybe that's why you do tours degrees. Is there some connection there what's with the Greeks and Melbourne while the Greeks came to Melbourne after World War Two an after the Greek civil war which fetch -ly trashed all the great infrastructure and at the time. Metro will populate or perish, and they wanted to populate with Europeans and so the offer went out to Italians. Of various descriptions as populate Oh perished, I was the manager they were afraid that they would be swept away by the Asians from the north. So perish sort of a almost a racist thing populate with white people or we're going to be bowled over by this rising Asian hord. I. Think at the time that the policy was put in place. It was very overtly racist right and they will also terms that we use which totally unacceptable today and I can't use them already now either. So the the word went out and maybe perhaps the more poor countries in white Europe per day call and let Greeks went on there absolutely, and the time they were considered a little bit too small the. They really wanted white northern Europeans say Germans. Rather, than southern Europeans

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Will Australia have access to a vaccine if/when it is discovered?

Coronacast

05:02 min | Last month

Will Australia have access to a vaccine if/when it is discovered?

"This is corona cost a podcast all about the coronavirus I'm health report a Teigen Taylor on physician and Journalists Alter Norman Swan it's Tuesday the eighteenth of August. So No, we're hearing that the government seen advanced negotiations with a couple of different companies about a vaccine securing a supply of vaccine for. STRATEGIA. Even though don't actually know which accents GonNa work yet what's involved in this process of making sure that we can get it once we know what works well, there are two ways of getting one is to enter into events purchase deal. Which is what America has done with several manufacturers. So for example, with the Oxford Vaccine I think they've pre-booked three hundred million dollars is the European Communities pre-booked four, hundred, million doses. Then there's does is they've got to give to Garvey for low income countries. It doesn't leave much in Britain's got to get. Some doesn't much out of their first billion doses. So you know and that's the front of the queue. There is an Indian manufacturer sending up to manufacture some of these vaccines particularly the Oxford one. Last week on seven thirty, the telling Nolan from the University of Melbourne was saying that he's reasonably optimistic going to be more than one vaccine available in a reasonably short space of time in other words this year sometime towards the end of this year. And therefore, there probably will be plenty of doors to go around. But that doesn't mean to say that we're home and hosed with that. Now, it's believed that the negotiations the government's doing are with the Oxford Group, but we don't have manufacturing capacity for that kind of vaccine in Australia. Sort of vaccines that CSL US but we have got expertise in vaccine production and the easiest way to do this is to license the technology and manufacturing in Australia so that we can guarantee that. So so in other words taking supply away from anywhere else we would be manufacturing the vaccine for our own use. It does mean, of course that if it doesn't work, we've got to find. Vaccine from elsewhere but it's quite likely that what are the vaccines which will be fun to? We'll be the vaccine, but it's not guaranteed right. So like scientists got a lot of different irons in the fire here and some companies have decided to back a particular one and stop making that. So that one that you mentioned the Oxford one has a billion orders already in what if it doesn't work Tip It all down the drain just closed because of the junk heap that's taking. So the so the least risk for Ustralia is to license the technology and pay a license fee vaccine. Without pre purchasing vaccine so that we can produce it if it works. And in the hope that we can tool up pretty quickly. Probably even test that in advance and you might want WanNa, take a risk and produce vaccine. Ahead of time we they're doing in the United Kingdom or the other way that the the government can do to pre purchase vaccines and what Americans do with some scenes saying, well, we will guarantee you x billion dollars ranks one, hundred, million dollars if your vaccine is approved for registration so there's a caveat on it as well, but it does give those companies the ability to borrow money or. Gain grants or other things because they've got guaranteed income should it be successful? Can we take a step for a second and talk about what it actually takes to get a vaccine from the lead benchtop into the little glass vial that you see at the pharmacy, which is what they didn't stick in your arm. The problem is that was the vaccines that are most likely to be successful. Initially, it's novel technology and the novel technology is on both sides of the equation there's this edge of. And there's the actual bit of the virus itself. So with the Oxford vaccine, the event that's going to amplify the immune response is actually an admiral virus from a chimpanzee. The Russian and Chinese vaccines are also adenovirus vaccines. Now, that requires new technology development, develop it safely, and then you go to the technology to produce the the bit of the Corona virus that you're gonNA use to stimulate the specific immune response with the Madeira no one in America, the vaccine, which is a little packet of. Genetic messaging which goes into the cell to produce. A bit of the virus to stimulate the immune response. There's no Ativan. But. That requires special manufacturing technology as well. So Australia acquiring, the latest technology would be acquiring, know how that's going to be very handy for into the future and makes us independent of other supplies overseas Rava van necessarily pre purchasing large numbers of the doses from overseas in the hope that they were going to be approved. Now, America's done a couple of things that they're they've pre purchased unconditionally some vaccine and they've pre purchased some vaccines. On the basis of them having been approved and they're just hedging their bets and Some money might well be wasted in this and some vaccines which are being pre manufactured such as Oxford vaccine may have to be junked if it doesn't work one hopes not.

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As Melbourne Recovers, Regional Victoria Is Struggling

Coronacast

04:17 min | Last month

As Melbourne Recovers, Regional Victoria Is Struggling

"So it's really great to see that the numbers in Melvina starting to level off a little bit which is Greg. Norman but what we're now seeing in Victoria is that country areas seem to be. The case of seem to be increasing the are on average. That's right. So they're the interesting figures from yesterday are looks even Steven. So my precipitous decline is not happening and unfortunately for Torian. So let's hope it happens soon but sitting underneath or some some figures where regional Victoria is pretty stubbornly persistent there the numbers are up and down, and if you take the average, the trend is. Still although maybe it's just turning the corner with Stage three Geelong. Bendigo is a problem and so there is fire circulating in regional. Victoria and that's holding up. That's underpinning some of the numbers that you're seeing out to Victoria and it's a real policy issue here because they're going to stage three, they don't necessarily believe they have to because a lot of country areas don't have any covered. Had No experience of it. But you could envisage a scenario which would be terrible scenario, which is that the solve the problem in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, but regional Victoria takes off big time and it doesn't take much to take off. So the question is, do they go to stage four in some parts of regional, Victoria Ledge and Bendigo? Right it wouldn't have to be the whole rest of the state but in those other other places that seem to be emerging hotspots, perhaps they do need stronger restrictions there your and ring-fencing them and so so that you're trying to do what the actually didn't do properly in the thirty six suburbs in. Melbourne. All those weeks ago. Is. Do that in those in those regional centres and then quite a few healthcare workers perhaps about one hundred in the figures that came out your as well. So healthcare workers are really turning out to be a major issue and a major problem I. Mean we did talk about this a little bit yesterday but just to recap what what are the main ways that we can stop transmission among healthcare workers? Well, it's multi faceted. It's people coming from areas where there is cover nineteen and bringing it in with them, but it's almost certainly mostly caught in the healthcare environment. In fact, that's what Brett sunset a few days ago. And it means that they've got to really get tough about case definition recognizing where there's risk is probably risk all over the place and that P probably needs to be much more widely warn and they've just got to be risk averse one of the people who one of our listeners has written in saying that we should be talking about the fact that is airborne when it comes to protecting healthcare workers did I need to have more negative pressure rooms in hospitals and those sorts of things very difficult to engineer negative. Pressure rooms the so it's fine to say that, but you've got to it's a big deal to have a negative pressure room. So for people who don't know what we're talking about, this is where you suck air in from outside your essentially removing the air from the environment and fresh air is coming in but the problem sometimes with negative pressure is that the arrogance recirculated internally as well so that you're not Nisus you might be actually spreading infection of try to look at this some the happy indications where some single rooms. which are not negative pressure. And we our people are awake not on a ventilator. So if you're on a ventilator. In an intensive care unit, there are viral filters on the ventilator. But if you're in oxygen with covid nineteen in a single room, it's possible that that virus is being circulated through the rest of the intensive care unit and I've heard stories and yet to actually have them confirm. That this is a common problem internationally with intensive care units and in Canada, they've punched holes in windows and Putin, extractor fans into the windows to solve this problem and I know that some intensive care directors are concerned about this but I've tried to pin down and I think there is some variation around the place. So you see you've got to be really careful with ventilation and lots of fresh air coming in in internal environments in hospitals, and it's not entirely clear how people catching it, but we almost certainly don't have full blown. E where we need

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Solving the mental load  update

Ladies, We Need To Talk

05:41 min | Last month

Solving the mental load update

"When we first spoke about the mental load on this podcast, there was a fringe cartoon cold. You should've asked that was going viral. It explained the mental load with such clarity that when I first saw it, my reaction was fury. I wanted to. Shift to the ground. It showed a woman with a baby and a hapless male partner who was kind, but needed to be told how to help and it so familiar. So common. So exasperating and so profoundly unfair. Journalist, Tracey spicer new. What I was talking about. It was an absolute lightbulb moment for me, I sir, Clementine, Ford's facebook page. I share with everyone and I knew that went viral swear words and it happened in the time when I realized that my life with my wonderful husband who's fifty fifty with the housework fifty, fifty with the childcare, but it was just the little things. I'm always the one who organizes school holiday care or who takes the time to look after the kids or rangers everyone's Christmas presents or birthday present in his extended family and my extended family. So after reading that I, decided to go on strike in the household so he had to do it drove him Berserk. He said this is crazy. Such little school holiday cared Australia. I said now you know my pain. Jenny talk about the mental load in your life. I think when I saw the catching was like, oh, no added that to my mental learn. About. How often I think about the mental load? That's Jenny Leong amp in New South Wales Parliament I was very lucky and I consider it to be like that. My partner was able to access paid parental leave. So he was the primary care for a significant amount of time and in that case he did take the mental Lloyd and a lot of that was then there that the what's interesting is once we're both Both. Back at work where the default position falls back and the expectation of WHO's supposed to know those things to me. Then you feel like part of it is also all of my being bad feminist because of that because I think then adds another level to it to how much you should make a deal of this or not I noticed the gender dynamic with my. Friends that are in. Relationships, they're both men they quite comfortably into stereotypes, gender roles that old without all of the challenges and the. Doctor Leah. Repent on a lecturer in sociology at the University of, Melbourne. She racist as domestic labor, and this idea of the mental load is her field of expertise. I'm going to start and say a little bit controversial. Say That everyone actually carries the mental load. So some portion of your mental load may go to thinking about your career. Some portion of it may go to thinking about your family and some portion of it may be going to thinking about your personal life and the differences, the balance across men and women. So you could imagine men are spending a lot more of their mental load thinking about how do I advance my career thinking about the day to day challenges of work. That is a very different mental load than who is going to pick up the child from daycare. or WHO's GonNa Organize School holidays or who's doing the housework wise. House a mass. And one leads to economic outcome, career mobility and one is just unpaid sometimes recognized sometimes not recognized labor. And I think that's really the difference. How do we shift the ratio? Definitely does seat more with women the. Yeah, I, K-. So we're all in agreement about that. Absolutely. Absolutely, the balance in terms of unpaid in terms of thinking about the experience is disproportionately shouldered by women. Yes. Absolutely. Once, you get your head around the idea of the mental load. You start seeing it everywhere in the lives of your friends, colleagues, your mother, your self. It. Happens to women in all walks of life and age and six urology, but it seems to hit hardest when there's a baby. So. Now, we have a name for the mental load. But. The problem is naming, it doesn't make it go away. As I was sobbing thinking. I used to be able to manage employees teams. And now I'm too overwhelmed to even manage a grocery list. And more importantly. How did I become the default for every single child care and household tasks for my family? It wasn't supposed to happen to me. This is a road ski shades La, and she's written a book called Fairplay, which is all about fairly distributing the mental load aves marriage nearly ended when her husband center, it takes saying. I'm surprised you didn't get blueberries. She was furious at the assumption that she had gone from high powered lawyer to full-time Default Blueberry shepper. Eight. Knew she had to do something about it? She says, there are a few ways to look the mental load. My favorite was a term from nineteen eighty-seven and American sociologist named Arlene Kaplan. Daniels. coined a term called invisible work. In why like that term so much is because that's the only one that had a modicum of a solution in it. Because I kept thinking to myself. Maybe. Maybe if I can make. Visible all the invisible things I was doing from my home and family for my husband, Seth? Maybe then he would value what I did.

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Coronavirus: Australia records deadliest day but fewer new infections

America's First News

00:19 sec | Last month

Coronavirus: Australia records deadliest day but fewer new infections

"Elsewhere. Australia reporting the fewest number of new daily cases in its current virus hot spot of Melbourne since last month. But it also reported the nation's highest daily death toll since the virus outbreak began. The state of Victoria reporting 322 new infections. 19 new death on Monday with 14 of them connected to outbreaks at a An aged care

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When Will Stage 4 Restrictions Start to Shift the Needle in Melbourne?

Coronacast

02:08 min | Last month

When Will Stage 4 Restrictions Start to Shift the Needle in Melbourne?

"Still seeing a lot of cases coming through in Victoria they were more than seven hundred yesterday. Can you give us some hope when are we going to start seeing stage four restrictions shift the natal where let's make? An out there prediction on corona cast. So this is Thursday. Let's say the. Movement of people were sharply reduced just today from the sound of it. It was fewer cars on the road. Five days Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday I. Reason I say five days from. Its average from of the incubation period to get symptoms as five days to add a day testing then. Well thereabouts I would say Monday, I would say, Monday you would start to see pretty dramatic reductions in the number of cases of starting to work what about the numbers of deaths that's going to lag because deaths occur late in this disease first week of your illness even if you're quite unwell is not too bad and put you fall off the cliff in the second week if you're going to fall off the cliff so we're going to see a lag in the deaths. That's why you're seeing fifteen deaths yesterday because that reflects the. Large. Numbers a week or so ago and we're going to see deaths lagging. So if we'RE RIGHT ON CORNER CAST and Monday you're starting to see a significant drop. You will see deaths continuing for a few days after that at reasonable numbers and then probably seven or eight days after the numbers of cases of declined, you'll see the deaths declining to. So your prediction is that we're going to see the daily cases dropping around Monday also, what if we died what? Then you just have to hold your water because assuming that people are Being the rules people are the streets there's minimal movement then it will work just wrong. It'll just take a little bit longer, but it could be that the rules aren't strict enough. They're going to have to tighten opportunity Zun standards. But it should. It should turn the needle I'm really hopeful. It's pretty it's pretty restrictive what they've got going in. Melbourne

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Why Stage 3 Lockdowns Were Successful, but Not Quite Enough in Victoria

Coronacast

04:00 min | Last month

Why Stage 3 Lockdowns Were Successful, but Not Quite Enough in Victoria

"And so we're saying. Shutdowns happening in Victoria a lots of industries are being closed down or restricted in a really dramatic way. What's the purpose of these additional restrictions? Victoria's large number of people who were you don't know where the coffee infection from the figures a reasonably stable, but they're growing a bit. So the R value is above one. So you've just got it's bouncing around is probably just growing. But you're getting these cases accumulating and there's no sign of it being turned around and that means it will just keep on going like this forever if you don't do something about it, and essentially what you've got to do is stop the transmission of virus where you don't know who's got it. You don't have who are symptomatic and spreading it. You don't where the sources are robin going out and hunting them down, which is impossible to do. You just keep people in their homes don't allow them to circulate and those viruses will disappear from their bodies over the. Two weeks, and hopefully, they won't be exposed to new virus so that you can get quite a dramatic reduction over a two to three week period even with quite large numbers, this victorians have been doing it tough for a while now, like the sage three restrictions already pretty tough for a lot of people did the state three file or was it just not working fast enough well, last night on seven thirty I covered study from the Burnett. And what they've shown looking from the first of July on is that at the beginning of July, the are not the fate of reproduction number in other words, the number of people that you spread it to for every ten people. There were spreading it to just seventeen people seventeen and a half people. That's a significant growth prior to that in some of the hot spots in Melbourne, it was too. So every ten people were spending it to twenty people. So. What's happened with the state's three restrictions and masks on top they don't actually know the fate of masks yet is that now at the end of July or at the end of July, tain people were passing it to just over eleven people. So that's quite a dramatic reduction that equates to twenty thousand infections in the state of Victoria avoided in July and perhaps three or four times as many deaths and people in hospital. So extraordinary number and just shows you what happens when you divert from. Exponential growth when you got exponential growth, you go from very small numbers to very large numbers very quickly, and because that was almost doubling, and now you've got a steady state or slight growth there but you're static that it may go down a little bit more with masks, but it's too early to see the effects of them doesn't that just paint a picture of how Vero not virulent but how contagious these viruses and just I mean it's it's it's a real win for the people of Victoria. Be heartening to stood of. This is what we avoided, and so we haven't been able to eliminate the spread what we've done. So we need to go further but shortly, we can count that as a partial win a partial a huge win twenty, thousand people who don't have infection whoever, and then then that twenty thousand would have just kept on growing very large numbers. The fact that it's a small population of the United States doesn't matter. You can still go to various large numbers of small population very quickly, and that's what's been averted by that stage. Three but now going to these new levels of restrictions. So if you if you're able to bend the curve to that extent in a month, you should be able to really dramatically bend downwards to below one in other words for every ten people who are infected maybe seven eight get infected. Say comparing the numbers that we've been seeing each day in the hundreds. What would we have been saying if we hadn't had these restrictions over memory, the Burnett paper showed that on the day where there were over seven hundred infections in Victoria. If they hadn't been staged three locked on there would been three or four thousand cases on that day. So it's

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COVID-19: Australian state declares state of disaster

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:17 sec | Last month

COVID-19: Australian state declares state of disaster

"Australian authorities have declared a state of disaster across the country's second most populous state of Victoria, including its capital, Melbourne, following a surge of cove in 19 infections. Luisa Lim reports some of the most stringent restrictions yet or being imposed.

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Award-winning spuds!

Shutters Inc

04:11 min | Last month

Award-winning spuds!

"Hi and welcome to a very short episode four, hundred eighty shut zinc. This is Bruce Williams from Shutt- zinc podcast dot com, and joining me via skype from Melbourne. Once again still in lockdown Mr Glenn lavender from creative workshops dot, com today you. The. Excellent. Why are we doing a short one? You tell me because in forty two minutes and thirty seconds. Nassar is launching the next Mars rover. Really. Finish. Perseverance, it takes off in forty two minutes from now we listened insist the name of. List. The. Thought I had to speak fast and keep the woods short. Misconstrued your meaning. Misconstrued and there's a long word. So I'm sorry for Moreton those lot. As you will week pain actually do this photo shoot. Wow. I actually went to work and did some. Other doing product shoot of black plastic box six hours. You should get logging, right? Six hours per for black box. Hello. Did it take six hours nine? I'm telling you say for six hours shooting. Happy of well. They're still the negotiators. And right for them yet, and and it's it's it's tricky at the moment earning money you're gonNA. Be Inspected. I'm the. Six hours doing all these different setups it was it was a black box trance coding box that you plug your camry into the trance code into whatever output via APP, what you want to and and. The filming each setup. So required the setups tracks every every setup time. In addition shoots and so on and so forth and you know my debt, my boxer. Good. But. It was a black box and student took. One Thousand and sixty six photos of a black box. Are you serious Yup Well Part of the problem was. Poor light because these these the airy cine cameras laughing almost no light. Light to shoot. So I'm trying to shoot a black box in black surrounding. handhelds without pushing. The is our Tony Stupid amount. I'm often shooting at one point four and of course getting dipped feels that law goes on in folks. All this stuff you got to try to see shoot multiple and then I bush, do that get any so the steadiness in my hands. Yeah. So. Yeah it was it was it was tricky. Machine twelve thousand eight hundred is. Because that's GONNA garbage. For. Product. Shots. You use any Phil Flesh? Die, flash it all. That's all. They had all that lodgings up constantly just as it was being on my. LAP AND CEPA random it was. Very. They really didn't give you much consideration. Did they. Of course I'm only. Why would they. That's the whole thing. It's like you asked me to come here and do a job, and then you hold me from the outset but looking at the back of the camera and love, dude is producing, which is important. And the best part of the whole job is guide mimic the cigarette identity. Noses get get them in gone. I. Didn't have to look through the Tasman Sixty six to see which good. Their problem, and then tonight, this product launch tonight at midnight. So we should we shot Monday APP until four thirty Monday afternoon, get all those images, edit all the images, get all the footage edited the footage, build web pages using the images and footage. And build everything and script and the video Albany for launch not.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

03:11 min | Last month

"melbourne" Discussed on The Signal

"This is an ABC. PODCAST. Melburnians have now been living with stage three restrictions for more than three weeks. PUBS CAFES IN GYMS closed visiting other people at harm band and someone even going to be fine for driving across town to pick up a Akari. Yet still the daily case count keeps rising. So ease the Melbourne lockdown a fire I'm Steven Smiley and match left wipe year and today on the signal. The restrictions keep getting tied up at the numbers going in the wrong direction we find out why the lockdown doesn't seem to be working and we look for some hope in all that bad knees. There are one, thousand, nine, hundred, and ninety eight Hewlett cases of. Piranha of in the Victorian community hundred. News since we. Lost Stop died at you. I'm saddened have to report that the title number of people who have died because of this. Global pandemic in Victoria is now a hundred and five that is the pain additional fatalities. So this is the sound of what has become an extremely grim daily ritual where every morning the Victorian premier. Daniel. Andrews all the Health Minister Jenny macaca skit up and deliver the bad news how many new covid nineteen infections of being confirmed in the past twenty four hours and how many people have died from the virus and it's oblique process that's made all the worse because by this point, lots of people in Melvin were expecting the numbers to be getting smaller. But they're not, in fact, they growing and that case number yesterday seven, hundred and twenty three. That was a new bad record and all the time when Melbourne is lockdown than ever before. Yeah and today there are new restrictions coming into place to the west of Melbourne in Geelong and on the great. Ocean road and from next week mosque wearing in public will be compulsory for the entire state. So to find out what is going wrong, we got in touch with professor. Catherine Bennett she's the chair of epidemiology at. Deakin. University in Melbourne. Seven hundred, twenty, three new covid cases is bad. This is this is the worst number we've seen in Victoria. It's actually the worst number of senior strategy. Is this a surprise. It's the problem and May. Trying temperate the numbers day today. And the fluctuations that happened in them what was saying at the moment is sadly not unexpected. We have been saying a lot of the cases recently, the case numbers being driven by apricots particularly. And on Monday when the numbers were announced, they mentioned we had. Facilities, Ij facilities where that hadn't been impacted by Coby, but we're one staff member had been found positive in H. and so the main concern was always that when they wayne and start at the contact tracing because the risk of transmission. So high in these facilities that we would say numbers similar to what we saying come through the the the results being reported in the next few days. So that's what's going to happen days costs still being established.

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"melbourne" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

04:03 min | 2 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on Coronacast

"So, my view would be that you need to be prudent. This is like early March before the government announced restrictions, people were already starting to behave in the right way, and I think that everybody in Melbourne should be thinking about social distancing themselves being very careful. Not, going into large enclosed areas with lots of people where social distancing is very very difficult. This would be made a not a lot easier. If such venues where to insist on masks pretty hard in a bar when you go to drink, masks would make that a little bit easier you. If you're wanted to protect yourself, you could wear name ninety five mask, but by and large people should start in Melbourne to be behaving lately. Did you narrowly March socially dissing being super careful and not going into crowded or A packed situations indoors and of question from Justin, who's one of the few people getting on a plane in Australia at the moment. He's flying into from Sydney for job interview on Tuesday and he's asking. What precautions should he take in the plot, so justice I think the first thing that you do on the suing that? You're flying to Melbourne for your job interviews and there's not many other places that you can fly to from Sydney. First thing you gotTa do before you get on. The flight is a successful yourself. The risks that you south wheels government. Oh, close the borders to Victoria or to put somebody coming from anywhere in Melbourne sees the hamper you there I would be asking the people whether you could do your job interview on zoom to be prudent. That would be the most prudent thing to do in terms if you do decide to fly, given that most airlines. Airlines are not insisting that everybody wears masks, and you want to protect yourself to the expensive buying an in one thousand nine five mass. Meet sure it's well sealed how you make sure about that is pops in perfume, nearby or something that smelly. You can smell it. It's not well what enough sealed, but the name ninety-five my school help you help to protect yourself and then just take hence sanitizer with.

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"melbourne" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on Coronacast

"It's Monday the six July so norman when the Victorian cases started rising a couple of weeks ago, I think I'm a bit of an optimist I. Think I thought that. Maybe it was just a bleep, but it's really not. We've had sizeable increasing case as Hda over the weekend. And now we're looking at people in social housing buildings, being put into a hard lockdown I don't want to go too much into numbers, because when people listen to corona casts, things could well have changed, but. So double-digits triple digits. Over a couple of days it's a situation. It's spreading to other suburbs, which is not a great surprise. We haven't instituted masks which we're only make a small difference, but is could be significant and now we've got. This knocked down in in public housing in Melbourne, so these people in public housing there obviously already disadvantaged some wired about care for their seek or frail residents. Is He's?.

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"melbourne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Health care in Melbourne so they bought individual parts instead of pre packaged test kits and that allows them to get more done together our goal is to test as many people as possible and to identify folks that have been infected that maybe carriers ultimately I think everyone who wants to be tested should have the ability to be tested and you have to have an appointment don't forget if you wish to get tested in east Orange County we also have another test site that's opening this morning reporter laurel Li is there she gives us an update garage eight UCF isn't hard to find but UCF in your GPS and it's the first garage you'll see surrounded by orange cones and a big flashing sign that let you know you can only get screened for Kobe nineteen here if you have an appointment no real cars here yet as that testing does begin at nine AM testing will go until five PM or until they have run through two hundred and fifty kids I'm going to keep you updated out here at UCF lowly news ninety six point five W. T. BO a drug used to treat HIV is cleared by the FDA and it shows promise in treating virus patients the drug comes in a violin is a two shot per week dose over the period of two weeks right now the way it works is that it boosts the immune system and calms the inflammation of the lungs that prevents people from breeding the company who developed it said it's only being used right now to treat the less seriously ill patients to see if I could stop the virus from reaching more advanced stages Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five DB DB a seminal county has its first coronavirus staff the Florida department of health revealed this week that a ninety one year old man passed away the orange Polk and Volusia also recorded one death each on Saturday it was the eighth then for Orange County the fourth for Polk and the second for Volusia Brevard county woman says people got upset with her for wearing that ical scrubs and masks in the grocery store it happened at a Winn Dixie in palm bay the woman told the accuser she worked at a hearing aid office and was just picking up supplies but that didn't stop them from following her around the store and eventually calling police no one was arrested but the store manager did eventually ask everyone to shop at different ends of the store I'm trying to picture you can see a video of the confrontation and the news ninety six point five W. DPO asked defense secretary mark esper standing by his decision he removed the captain of the Theodore Roosevelt captain Brett crozier it was supported by navy leadership and I I think it's it is just another example of how we hold leaders accountable for their actions S. for tell CNN the choice to relieve crozier was made after a letter of his was published well in more than one hundred cases of the virus on the ship esper said that there is an ongoing investigation into the case seven thirty five now one Landau's morning news we do have updated weather in traffic every six minutes good morning Joe we had that welcome rain yesterday we needed it to help out with that fire threat and some of those pollen levels for today eighty two degrees a mix of clouds and sun about a twenty percent chance of a spotty shower tonight partly cloudy mild temperatures down to sixty five tomorrow turning warmer partly cloudy with highs running in the upper eighties from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Brian shields right now cloudy I see a little bit of blue skies from where I'm sitting right now in the downtown bureau for news ninety six point five W. B. B. L. sixty four degrees cloudy safe touch Gerrity triple team traffic insurance so couple things here so yesterday from downtown I tried to use both bite squad and GrubHub both of the apps that you know that deliver food your homes.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"Quickly. Have to plug something. We're doing my solo. Stand up show on Sunday could Thomas. Justice is revolting originally. Abc's go Jonah. There's only like eight hundred tickets left so if you want to go on go on now meet somebody that okay. it's six PM. Which I know is very phobic time for gays on Sunday. The problem is I drink a lot and so when the registrations came around it was like two hours before they closed and I was quickly cooling venues but then I also figured I love you. We just finishing up at Wellington at about five pm time to towel off and then get down to eighty six. Pm Thank You. And if anyone would like to support a patron you can become a patron. Yes four times to get it rides access to a after shows where we do. We talk about drunks sex next week and I think she comes on time. Travel so fun like that so if you haven't already signed up please do. It helps us put on these shows and rented beautiful tents like this one and we really appreciate it and thank you so much for coming tonight if you WANNA be a groupie and also see us in Sidney. We're doing the live. Show eight of this month so yeah. Please come absolutely love being a part of the midsummer festival setting so much for coming tonight and please come along next year at the tail. Don't forget to bring your ticket tonight for a free shot of the Barrett data and I thank you so much we love you. All Love You Like comment I have one single arm.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"Sakes and moving together at some point deb. Sorry Dennis I wanNA I saw. I don't know if you guys saw a clip of you in one thousand nine hundred seventy two was doing an ABC and Thompson live. And I was watching it after school and doing ABC into promoting your first book and on the on the panel. Who was I think? It was a Catholic priest and a liberal very conservatively. That sounds like a joke. Catholic free nun was it was. It wasn't a Catholic Protestant of something but the the the the clip watching it now from a modern perspective and you had to explain the term coming out. They they had no idea what coming up meant that we using all sorts of words that you would never use television interview these days and it was sort of like he was an honor for you to be allowed to preach your filth on national television to these holier than thou people and then looking at that clip from nine hundred seventy two and then that amazing episode of. Qna just rocking hard place a couple of years ago. We Tom Ballot hosting and polecat people. When you were doing that. Nine hundred seventy two interview. Did you imagine that marriage equality and the developments that we've had ended up? I wish you well. Actually marriage apology was never the gone. Sorry but no I. I think I'd probably did expect that. Things could change quite quickly. I think that what the great secretive early Guy Liberation walls that if people came out if they just said look you know what's the big deal then in fact it wasn't a big deal and if we think more contemporary contemporaneous -ly think for example of someone like Penny Wong now. If twenty years ago you'd sade can you imagine that? The leader of the Labour Party in the Senate will be an Asian Australian lesbian. We would probably would have said No. That's that's not gonNA happen but of course it did happen and once it happened somehow no longer became an issue and I think in that sense. The really important thing that happened in the early seventies and has continued in all sorts of ways. Since is most people once it happens. Discover you know it. Isn't that big a deal? I certainly know that the reaction I got to that program suggested that there was far more sympathy and support for me than there was for Peter Coleman and Rajabu so you've got good reactions from that seventy to interview. Oh look I had A. There was a catholic brother who wrote to me three times a day for week..

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"Bathroom floor. Possibly I shall thank you. Daddy I mean I to put on record that I am besotted and happily in love with someone who unfortunately at this point is is assume fast asleep in Ecuador. If you're going to have a long distance relationship make sure you do it with someone with whom they were very difficult airline connections. It's been a very interesting eighteen months in your first book sexual oppression and liberation. Which sounds like my live? You predicted the identity would become less and less important now. A Lotta people have said that your book is sort of Uncanny and how it's predicted the progression of gay rights and how they would improve over the decades but it feels like personal identity is more significant now. this younger generation than ever. So how did that happen? How did that shift happen? I think probably both more endless important. I mean is this important in the sense that my experience and I'm thinking now I through Anthony have a large number of nephews and nieces and three of his six nephews nieces ago which is the only time I've ever been tempted to think there may be genetic explanations fifty fifty. Exactly fifty fifty. It's not fair but the impression I have is that socially they don't feel the need to be in homosexual space in the way that people of my generation certainly felt so in that sense identities lists important on the other hand. I think you're right that within. What record our community? And it's a word always use in inverted commas. There are more and more arguments about specific identities about. How does how do we and you guys touched on this before I mean. How do we treat respectfully people who don't like whatever the current set of letters are and they want another letter added on? Luckily the English language only has twenty six inches logical into this swinging to answer. There is a bit of attention in the community between identifying with one of those letters in the Oj by rainbow but then also about sexuality being fluid and being able to move between the things at where do you see identity headed in the future. I think you've touched on Sunday. It's really interesting because one of the things that puzzles me and I am now prepared to be shot down. People can throw things at me etc. Your phones already soft preferably soft and squishy one of the things. That puzzles me is that we live in appeared where we more and more except the gender is fluid that gender should not be thought of in binary terms but at the same time. There's a very strong saints that somehow our sexual orientation is inborn and fixed born this way which is a bad song anyway.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

02:33 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"In the last fifteen years since we have color. Tv now those changing last week. Ten years and younger people these days have a very different idea of what sexuality is this best friend then the his best friend obviously doesn't have issues with homosexuality and is probably not going to be like. I remember when I had crushes on guys at school. The problem with telling them that I had a crush on them. Wasn't that I had a crush on them. It was the fact that I was saying that I was gay. That was the scary bit. And there'd be might make them stop talking to me whereas if a heterosexual guy and heterosexual had the same conversation. That wouldn't necessarily freak each other out. It would just be like no. Thank you not interested and I think if these person has that that close best case scenario. That's the end of the world for sexual men. That's not how it all thank. You know what I'm saying. Is that if these modern world that we know that if this person is truly a best friend who is totally fine with this person's sexuality one of two things is going to happen. He's either going to say look. I'm really sorry I love you as a friend but I'm not interested or the other amazing thing might happen which is giving off these vibes and perhaps these vibes is giving off his way of saying. Hey I don't really know what this feeling is or I didn't really know what to do with these feelings. You know what this is the thing. I don't know if anyone's patron here but last week. Was it coming up ready you talking about Patriot on the paper? Entitled Ryan Seeks American dollars a month price of dot com slash gays belting parts. We were called Walla matches this week and then it will come out tomorrow. Oh so it's not out yet. A bad mindset sorry. I don't pay attention. Attention when we're recording. We talked about two packs and something that I didn't bring up was there was a study that heterosexual men actually become more likely to swing on that slippery-dip yes redo the more. How did they have in their system and they did a rule like clockwork orange like making them watch pornography as they drank alcohol and hit these buttons of like well. Now this is doing some. Hey I don't want to suggest that friend really drunk and confessed because I don't know scenario where that's gone particularly well which party. Maybe it's a way to go. It's probably true though. I mean like your get people drunk and then trying.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"Like do laundry away. Is that like a survey I? I might be crossing over wrong. I feel like a tater to kindergarten. It's really you are old enough for me. I think infatuation is that early stage of love where you just cannot stop thinking about the whole in. Grossing Mind Boggling. Sort of feeling and then and then once that comes down then you've got ongoing love that lasts forever vibes. What defines a gay vibe. That's that was it like. Did he listen to your Britney Spears Song one time or did he like put it in you? There's big differences. There was the name of my band. School gave not reliable good. Like my gaydos terrible if someone someone has sneeze glittering twirl in front of me and then I'll believe hey downside of fighting for gay rights like we've got good intentions when we are fighting for gay rights but you can't tell the fucking difference and runs. Polat not knowing it's the French so this is the thing. Jay figured out is queer. I did this whole campaign about French. Talking which is bullshit where you just talk in the front of your show half of it because then you walk the straight guys would do it and not fully toes. We treat soon right now. We know the homosexual is a properly tucked and all the guys with these French talks have just watched been spiracy. Sure can spirit.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"Is there is there is some. I just want to play devil's advocate. He's pleased to meet me. Ernest button him funds out fashion stealthy says people in all to Queens much much much older Queens Pre Internet during the AIDS epidemic. Who have the argument that there were no women trying to drag when we were getting beaten out of? So why do they want to do it? Now I don't agree with their opinion icon. Imagine what they went through and I kind of mentioned the feelings that they have now and the trauma that they survived. And I'm happy to turn a blind eye for those people but for someone like ru who is in such a position of power. I think it's his job to educate himself on the evolution of Sane. And why it's important to do you think that's a fair comment. Please don't hate me. Got His tweeting at Thomas. Trying to you. It's like what I said. Having a platform is a privilege and not everyone gets that privilege especially with the community and it will be interesting. We've got a guest coming up later who I think. We'll talk a bit more about this. Aisle communities at a point West certain members of our community is shifting out of being a minority into as pseudo major already. You know and that's a really big head fuck to get around if you've spent a lot of a lot of your life being the world's Boga if you've been a book for release familiar with if you've been a minority for a very very very long time. That's the way your brain thinks. It's the way that you perceive the world. It's very difficult to snap out of that and realize no. I'm now the one with the privilege. And there were other members that Asaf ended on West Wycombe. Rupaul let his show be what it was for gay people in Drag Race for like the Trans Community. It could he paid tribute to. Was it like an award show where he received an award to transpeople for leading the way for all of us have the rights that we have. And it's just like if you're willing to give that tribute. Why can't you put that through your Shar to show that you really mean what you actually said like? I don't understand. Actions are absolutely guys drag race riposte. Dr Gray Season Two streaming on you can sign up trial against next month..

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

The Gays Are Revolting

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting

"But no but drag can anyone can do drag now. And I've been angry about the fact that ruse being trying to make everyone do the same style of drag for so long. It's like take the dots of your face blend more dragged and that's a small that's a small version of it but it's the same thing of this issue of thinking. Drag is one kind of thing the other side is and I don't often pay her respects but the other amazing thing that we have to acknowledge that Rupaul. As a black man in America in the eighties nineties made an incredible career and business for himself. And that is pretty amazing thing. You pay cash. You're my big thing about this year. Is that the members of our community needs to be held responsible. That's what I'm getting choices and the decisions that they make especially when you have a platform so something I realize is there's no fucking point in any four of us being up here if we're not going to be good so see you later if we're not going to be up to date with our own community represent community and have their best interest if you go online this some great interviews with Queen Name Common Carreira. Does anyone know common from season? Three's she's a trans activists. She's incredible now. What of wonder and to some small part. Rupaul actually blacklisted her. Because she was upset the translator that used to be in the show when they introduced the challenges. I'm not GonNa say it because I think we know what it is and she found out through the Great Fund when she she would go to. La Motive wonder would put a thing like dunk book common common so we have to hold people responsible if they're actively acting actively acting against our own community and I have respect for someone who is built a brand empire out of something Sosa Bursa. But if you can't keep up to date exactly hand over to someone else someone and what. I'm trying to get at is that Rupaul is an incredibly smart businessmen and so when the show started it was fucking amazing that he got a reality. Tv show started about drag. That was an incredible that first season. The fact that ever happened was incredible. Now it's gone on to become these amazing massive thing but the problem is rose not going to change the format of the show. If everyone's watching it so well so you are responsible for the fact. That repulsed drag race is has not changed at all. The only thing is going to focus on is are they getting the writings and if the show it's sort of that if it's not broken don't fix it is broken. The people watching it and giving it the ratings. He's not going to change until people actually vote with their ratings and vote to pull out and stop supporting. They would be smart for him to actually tailored to translate community because yes and sometimes I'm like. Oh it's like why thing like you're waiting now where we have transacted in so many different. Tv shows like we have so many activists doing amazing stuff. Why aren't you keeping up like it shouldn't be down to your personal opinion? About what how you feel about trump. I didn't even think I think it's just. He wants to make money radio. He might be opinion but if he had the option of making more money and writing better than he was with. Whatever that was I mean? He really doubled down on his comments when he said he compared putting transpeople in the show as a performance enhancing drugs in the Olympics. Yes are like people go hand in hand with drag file Ho community. We're all because this this kickback. Just type it. So many people have had plastic surgery to enhance their drive. As like. Why is it an issue that transpeople exactly taking in when you got so many viewers like change up the formula for how many seasons twelve twelve. Everything time we'll keep watching talks drag racers. Australia's way for its own drag show and it doesn't mean.

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"melbourne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A health hazard those firefighters spent the night in their rigs at the Melbourne they'll civic arena parking lot after the mold was discovered yesterday let's says he doesn't know why chief Joseph Murray made the decision yes and spoken to him since I do not know why I was attempting to contact him and he has not returned any of my phone calls this is what I've being relate to five the on duty firefighter that were assigned yesterday city of Dearborn tells WWJ they responded immediately after the mold was found the firefighters are not using the fire station air quality tests expected back later this morning W. W. Jane news times out of five fifty criminals off the streets following a fugitive sweep led by Warren police police commissioner William Dwyer will offer more details at a press conference starting in moments but he tells WWJ these were career criminals each with a lengthy rap sheet many of those arrested are career criminals and have a history of violence and wore a significant threat to the public change each so we will vigorously contained to pursue the clearance who commit these type of crimes warned police were assisted in last week's round up by the US marshal's office along with other federal and local law enforcement newsradio nine fifties John Hewitt is in Warren at the press conference he'll have a live report with things wrap up major environmental and science groups calling out automakers for trying to ditch current environmental standards heads of the organization's took out newspaper ads the call and GM fiat Chrysler and international automakers to stop their legal action against clean air regulations in the air the head of the natural resources defense council says all the companies will find themselves on the wrong side of history and faced a backlash from consumers well the US conference of mayors holding their winners meeting in Washington D. C. Rochester hills mayor Brian Barnett is leading the group we are focused on that we call the three eyes infrastructure innovation and inclusion and somebody things ladder up to those three and really every city no matter the size or geographic location and our nation is battling was struggling with working on trying to prove how they deliver those three guys sport it also joined by the mayors of Detroit and five other municipalities across metro Detroit Republicans reacting to reports the governor Gretchen Witmer is prepared to fix the roads with or without help from the GOP legislature we get the latest from Lansing bureau chief Tim scorebig Republicans basically are happy that they will have to confront the gas tax increase as the governor will not reportedly offered that in her state of the state message next week that's the good news but Aaron Miller a Republican from west Michigan is also hearing the governor may go with a loan and try to sell some bonds without legislative input Mr Miller puts it this way I'm not going to make a decision because I'm put against the wall and and somebody says Hey it's a billion dollars and bonding or else work with me I'm not going to negotiate that way and I I don't think anybody else will find out the.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Remember this joke and I'm gonNA bring custody. Go uh-huh when you buy did you. They go nick piteously. uh-huh and Scott Including uh-huh shoot. Yeah This show shoot this drops in the the.

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

12:34 min | 10 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Their Mind Kristie. I recommend instincts. Merry Christmas happy holidays to you. Nigel's favourite is baby. It's cold outside he really endorses. That that Phil Spector produced. That Phil Spector who's no longer produce and that's that was part of a relationship with Lennon because they use them for the let it be album and did some stuff with Linin afterward. I don't think anybody would say the Phil Spector was not a brilliant producer of museum mendes. He's also a murderer. Questionable exclusive all right. So let me get to a couple of things one and this is very very localized so that sands POWs in in Melbourne dismay not affect their your lives as directly as it will affect my life. The friendship heights giant which was remodeled. Maybe fifteen to twenty years ago here in in the same space but remodelled. I've never I've never really understood what happened. They are because the remodeling didn't make any sense to intake but giant has been. That's been an anchor of this particular Complex of stores. It's right on the corner of Western Wisconsin. It's in the same shopping center. It is the lead dog in the shopping center where clydes of Chevy Chase's that China's going out of business. Why dawn really he said as your bucks going out of business? Yes they said affect they said that the rent is too hard. The Renton run now to me. When Your supermarket you negotiate the following way? You say we're going to draw every single person you've got. They're all coming here. Because the bus your other stores will exist because of US center is no rent there is no rent. We're not paying any rent. Because we are the beacon for this particular com. That was the chatter went. Went ten learner. You Ain't win supermarkets withdraw now. I know there's a whole foods Two blocks away two blocks away but whole foods is not giant it draws a different type of person is a safeway three quarters of a mile away. The refugee the refugee Safeway. Yeah but in myrlie refugees refugees saved the on Connecticut. That's that's the next big road over just have operated so. I am surprised. Shocker I I wanted to go in there. Another another thing would be another superman but yes I would. They pay the rent if if giant feels like they can't justify it giant giant supermarkets. Don't do this all the one change that I don't think you're recognizing. Is that down Wisconsin Avenue again. This is super local. They just redid the Cathedral Commons giant. Right which is probably taking some of the business from that. This this giant question is very small and you also sparked John. You're under the westbound for giants about three miles up the giant Down down the street. You're driving past the friendship Pike's giant to go to the Cathedral. Giant actually are so nicer. It's a beautiful. Your comments is is way nicer as beer and wine. This one this one is never been well stocked. You also have a new player entering. I think in a year or two right across the street from Sidwell's Wegmans is going to change the way Tim Sidwell in Melbourne again. Actually to your point so I don't know how giants our own I but I I. I assume it's corporately. Not like franchise while so maybe they're doing the calculus insane officially closes that's going to you know a bunch of that business will be siphoned off for others. There's in the area you know there'll be some that wagner that's GonNa shake it up now beyond build the supermarket world this complex I would call it a glorified strip mall. When I was a kid it was just a strip mall? It's changing every year. Full stationery store. There's no such thing is that is that is that where the diner is right there on that same mm strip diner. No mom I must be thinking further north. The one right here this discharge comm comments but this old the US to have a cut through with the quarter means coffee the bakery and the bass line is and that's when that's when it actually drove out. If you have a supermarket the supermarket goes out and it is replaced just for argument's sake with a tire store or you know or or an appliance source of something that you need. Whatever you're you're saying all of those stores that were on the back end of the giant? There's a you know a confectionary store. There's a pizza place place. There's something else they're dead. They're dead because supermarket. The supermarkets draw. Would you be okay. If a trader Joe's came into in which has a smaller difference right down the street. There's a trader Joe's within a Mile Yup and that's right so in the O.. Town where I know you frequent you went to the town only just over you into the office bar and Grill and Layton weeks ago there was Melissa Mullane. She got what you need is that there was a very. I actually have heard from Melissa. s something she wants to bring by for you but she said she can't till nine fifteen days it's going to be get up earlier. There was a giant. There was an old giant that moved into a vacated shoppers food space to make a very nice new giant and in the old giant to your point is a huge opening soon. Jim and I mean this is a huge huge gym. That doesn't drive shopping. Traffic People in like a supermarket standard. They moved into a strip from a freestanding. Wanted to fascinating stuff to me. Welcome Australia but you don't. You don't see supermarkets go out of business a lot. I mean it's like a McDonald's or a starbucks they usually grow go out of business. They're not renewing their lease it. It is it is a reminder that we have a bounty of supermarkets in this pocket of the city which we should be grateful. I wanted to just briefly. I'd almost without comment. I am so confused. The story that has exploded around the army navy game with the white power hand signals to me. He just sort of look like okay. There is apparently in the story I read there are databanks that record what are signals rose. What are what are out there? Were I guess. White groups are black groups around groups or whatever and I sit here I have no idea I've have no I know it's A. I'm an hour Saturday now. Afraid to use my hands or in any way. 'cause I don't know what I should law singling anymore. There were words that I have used that people won't say them on the air that people at the PTI who are in the twenties and thirties recoil from in horror. And I go. It's a real word. What is the problem here? Is it hard hard work. You're not allowed to do that. You're not allowed to say things you know I get. I'm I'm a little too old for that. That was that's what they we're doing. No tone. I mean that's a known thing they knew. Ron Camera is reese Davis was in the they knew their on camera that was purposes. They were putting their an okay. Sign is like up high. Right with your FA- I mean. Obviously only a new. Can you see this with your fingers pointing up to the sky. They they were doing it upside down. It's purposeful came up with that. We can look it up. You know what I mean. Long time zone white supremacists this white and these people are in service academies at least yeah. It's I mean I don't know that you say I mean they're on camera to Gary Point era who they are going to have to be some discipline. I would imagine now. Maybe there's Oh here's the story in their times when okay sign is low longer okay interesting. Yeah there's some there's there is some argument that there may be plausible deniability kids you know. Typically that's what I think. I think the gesture itself can be like. Oh no I didn't know it was right trying to give you enough wiggle room to make gestures with your hands ends frequently when you don't know precisely what you know what I mean. It reminds me of time that spike came home and maybe he was in sixth or seventh grade or maybe even younger her and referred to something as a do chip bag do chip bag was term. That was the German and I said you know like what does that mean. Where'd you hear? And of course he had heard it from some kid at school and I asked him what it meant and he didn't know and I made him look it up in a dictionary and then I described it to him in detail which was very confusing and upsetting China and the lesson was you. Don't use words if you don't know exactly what they mean and I would say the same hand signals. So this is I got one hand signal that I use case Luebeck Obama. You know what that is so this is interesting it is not it is the Internet is the worst by the this is according to types. It started in early twenty seventeen as a hoax. Some users of four Chan anonymous unrestricted online message board began what they called Operation O. K. K. K. to see if they could trick the wider world and especially liberals in the mainstream media into believing that the innocuous Cheshire was actually clandestine symbol of white power. The four Chan hoax a hoax neo Nazis Ku Klux Klan. Another white but national news gesture in public to signal their presence and to spot potential sympathizers and recruits. I don't think I remember. I remember when the Maggiano's thing happened and people we're talking about the old right movement Tila Tequila and they said well. Yeah right dope on what they talked about how. A favourite of the alt-right movement was new balance sneakers. I wear new balance I liked me and are now members of yeah. I'm not a member and I'm not dumping those sneakers because they're wearing a very comfortably. I'm not GonNa do that so at some point at some point to sensitivities overwhelm you and in your desire to walk the correct path. You have to. You're putting one foot very very gingerly in front of the other because you don't know what you're doing you don't you let me get to the redskins and Urban Meyer. There was when I was when I did have that game on. Whoever was doing the game talked about how Bill Callahan was really professional coach? And and I think the Redskins were winning at this point and how how he should be a candidate to get the job and I wanted to throw my foot at the screen. He's not he's not getting the job. Okay he's not. There's zero chance he's getting the job but bourbon. Meyer was in the box. Urban Meyer was in the box and we talked with wilpon about it but we haven't talked about it amongst ourselves. What thoughts on urban Meyer Well to clarify nice coverage by Josh Norman when he finally got in great job terror. That guy was a quarterback in College Harry McLaren Clark Terry maclaurin who's rookie from Ohio. State plays favorites as well as As well as of course Wayne Haskins. Who's been one of the term McLaren one one of the very few bright spots for the redskins? This season has a fifty plus catch eight hundred. Something Yard handful of touchdown season. Yeah said after the game specifically typically that urban was his guest and in the box because he had an vitamin he was there to support he and Wayne Haskins and of course he coached Alex Smith and in college and spend time with them The Urban Meyer to me sounds like the exact kind of higher that that Daniel Snyder would would pick and Daniel Snyder's And his his love of Dwayne Haskins has been reported. Dwayne Haskins reportedly was his pick against the head coaches will. So I mean it's just it's just it would be the most red skins thing ever I don't know why Urban Meyer frankly or anyone would take that job now. They'RE GONNA get a head coach and I guess you could pay or urban Meyer a ton of money But if Urban Meyer talked to other people who had taken that money I don't don't know if they would tell him it was worth it I mean do you think Mike Shanahan's glad he took the money. Do you think Jay Gruden glad he took the money. I don't know So what I like to see. Urban Meyer would make it would make insurance it. Let me say as someone who has claimed to and I'm struggling with actually doing but someone who has claimed to have gotten off of the Redskins.

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The Tony Kornheiser Show

10:47 min | 10 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"So Michael if and this is lovely music if people like Davis want to send sending their own music or have your proxies Senate in how did they get it to us. Send US your music by emailing it to Jingles at Tony Kornheiser show dot com. Are we selling anything. You know what I have a few issues with the United State your United States Postal Service so I was using a system where there are certain requirements more based on the size of the package case as an envelope rather than just the way the package. So I'm receiving hackers that have been sent back and I and I feel terrible if those who were ordering shirts parts chatting measure getting Elvis treatment returned to sender return to sender for exceeding three quarters of one inch. Now I went to. I went to my look Gary I I went to my local. USPS branch and just said measure. My Pack Yeah. Let me on airplanes package. Free money to send us back the manpower involved to stamp this with returned to sender not enough postage to give me demanding why they want to make sure eighty six cents another dollar ninety for one hundred dollars worth the man visible labor so your shirts are this is just for a small batch and this is a limited number so for those of you who received a message from the post office asking for for a little more cash thank you for obliging and paying the man if someone to take care so what you're saying is they were all packaging went up the same way and the vast majority of they were not return to you went through so we're using the the w. m. e. l. location as fixed that. We're not trying to share so I didn't want to publicly share that. No this happened so mom and I were trying to make it easier so some of the shirts were folded in half which made the package close to three quarters of an out. If I was sending more than one one shirt it was being rated at a different rice point so it was more based on the weight. It just seems like it's easier for you if I make this a tidier to your package so the saga continues. That's crazy saga continues to what have you got on. This journey was sold off in the land. Down under the Melvin. or Kimberly at some of those shirts. It's did we met. Did you mention that. I don't think you did. What's the site? Oh you can go to shop dot Tony. Kornheiser show DOT com. The new shirts are in and should have been shipped. Latest is today so those will be arriving having to your house if we have the Hopi and made some and I don't I don't know if this is why this was like a special ron and embarrassed to say I don't remember taste of it but I guess somebody was mentioning something like I was speaking the Gospel or something and the and then the result of that was and he's sending a bunch which I'm GonNa give it to my kid's Christmas because I go to no expense for my children Some Braun Three sixteenths shirts that is available that is available black Johnny Sixteen over says thank you for giving us the rights to use that route. Yes thank you by Gary. That's through his great pro. Pick you up a nice comeback. A wonderful win for your Americans in the President's Cup in Australia. The highlight of the day for me was when when sands was interviewing tiger afterwards and prompted me to throw an email attacks right adam where tigers looks goes. Thanks Sandy was just so oh great thanks. I got some match ago watcher now So I would ask Michael. There's there's some players who did very well. We did well in the singles as everybody thought we would do. Well as expected did Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed who had not been any good one in the singles. Gary Woodland didn't win singles. Sandie Shaw Fly. One Patrick can't lay those guys were good. They were good the entire tournament and they won Tony fee now who boil boy puts himself in a tremendous whole time after time and then gets out. Somehow we learn how to put on the back nine. Yeah he really does. So but but what I'm going to get to. Is this eldrick. Woods played in three matches and won the mall all won the mall In the two matches he played with Justin Thomas Jefferson. Thomas hit some great pots at the end but tiger carried those men and Thomas recognized as much Oh and tiger. Beat Abraham Abraham answer who was gritty. Who was the best player on the international squad and wanted a piece of tiger and went and said it'll be a great honor if he you got to play tiger and Tiger beat him? That was a very close match that went to the sixteenth hole. That was a very good match is tiger was the best player in the world right now. I after washing this tournament I would say yes. And you're seeing that. You're seeing the fatigue rust after the comeback and after the emotional first victory back after the first major back beginning to where off he understands what what is new body can do. He understands how to position himself for success that the takeaway for me and how he played is he wasn't out of position when he looked out of position. The announcers were smart. Enough to recognizing recognizing on the last hole when he beat answer sixteen he has the correct angle and he has the ability to shape the ball into the hole. This reminds you so much when he was dominant imminent at Augusta national where you're playing to the correct sides to get into position to make birdies and I think if you look at the way. He made comeback par putts with Thomas and by himself. You look at the nerves as to what should go when you're entering your mid forties and he's as steady over that as ever not i-it issue at the broadcast. I really didn't didn't like when it transitioned to Zinger. I thought Justin Leonard did a very good job with the early round coverage they talk about. How Tiger goes into a different zone? When he's focused in implying won't Johny slows down? He blinks slower. And you really saw that in the singles match the singles matches to me were. It's all about a wave of titus to. Where do you have your anchor points? Where you have secured secured points? The international side lost some of those secure points. The answer was sort of a punchers chance. He thought maybe gets the best of A. Maybe he gets a half. And that's going to be the emotional Oceana swing. It was Matt Ziama unable to really secure that full point That just sort of Venus. Yeah yeah well I mean. Tiger answer played great tiger. Didn't miss a PUTT. And on the sixteenth hole when he's going to win the match because his Birdie Putt goes in before it even goes in tigers going for his hat and walk couldn't answer because he know all our he knows it's going to go in. I just thought that based on and only three days I just I think tiger tiger is to be feared again feared again. And there's there is a interesting decision where he chooses to sit himself and this is where Zinger was loud and loud wrong saying when he was very critical decision at that point. This is for the early morning. four-ball in the for the foursome sessions. That afternoon any other coach would have been just attacked. Had he sat the best player and Tiger recognizes. We have a team. We have a system in place to win this. I don't need to go out in this right now and you ended ended up. Seeing the match was odd in that Thomson Fowler couldn't secure the full point even though they were five going into the back nine but that opening match is really what started the comeback and. I think it was necessary for tigers. Sit that so we could see the landscape and then he knew what he had to do in terms of going on getting that first point he knew he was going to put himself in the I. I Love Tiger after after he beats answering singers. Even recognizes to sandy going. Yeah maybe a little early with the hat and taking the hat off but We have to get to the Patrick read situation. I'm GonNa you mentioned the interview. Sands I'm GONNA mention His his other interview with Patrick read where he asks. This is an exhibition. It's a it's a the partnership between the toured the individuals. So there's a lot of trust. There is a fine line all the broadcasters half to walk in terms of their on air criticism of the talent of the players and I actually thought Sandy did a great job giving Patrick read the opening. Saying what have you learned in the last eight to nine days about yourself. What have you learned about golf? Regis bat predictable just totally walks past a going. Yeah just sort of learning how to play golf and and you know you gotta get the lead and take the lead and you're like you had the chance to just to say something that makes you a human diffuses situation. No America was already great. Michael all right get to something of course affects a lot of people sitting in this room. Yes the Georgetown Syracuse Basketball but says Nice. Nice weekend for Georgetown. Well they won. They won handily. Keenum assured on Chris now not keep my shirt on the they were up fifteen most of the second half they won by ten. What did you see the photograph that was circulating sentenced to tone? Yes I one of. My friends found that right before the game. I said I thought that it was possible that those people would would be on the other end of restraining orders by the seems to be going around the Georgetown cameras and I want to bring something up. Well two things one. If they himes kidding it'd make any points in the first-half Circus Might WanNa game. He had twenty five in the second half twenty five points. But here's the question is what not you make of this bay. I'm said Kinjo. This is a big story bay. I'm said of a Kinjo orbital shoot did make anybody better. They're better team without him right now. And why he never heard that. said they lost two games. Because we can go and remember despite my hatred of Syracuse Bay Heim I am in the thompsons. and and therefore ewing or very close. Yes so when behind says that. That's patch hatch. I read that as that is the view of Patrick Ewing. Patrick Ewing can't come out and say to you know you can't do that. No one will ever come to your school again. You bad mouth the transfer but that is Patrick Ewing and if you look back my friends of course did like a deep forensic dive into this when Georgetown lost. UNC Greensboro There was He says we have to stop. Were selfish right now. We have to stop being selfish and that that they have now they were assisting like they're getting assistant like six six six every six baskets or something and now it's way I mean they moved. They look better. They have without Scalpel Oklahoma state on the road. SMU On the Road Syracuse. At home they have seven scholarship players. 'cause they lost two on Friday but that debate come out of nowhere sort of. It's not as though they asked him. Really of incentives and by the way I want right sort of I watched that game They look good. Do you have any comments on the soccer. It's nice. I guess I just wanted to shout out my I friend. Dan Helfferich who played at Georgetown in now announces all that he's like the biggest Boston. DC of Deloitte but he also announces all the Games. He and another guy that I went to that I play basketball against in high school. Guy Named Tom. Green was a great college high school and College Athlete. They call the Radio Games for Jordan and they were there and they sent me a picture of them with the trophy this morning..

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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11:53 min | 10 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Liberals from the Melbourne area. And sending a picture out that I got I thank you you know I just check my tax. Probably got hung and made me so happy. KINNEAR's welcome to the show again. Yeah I mean I'm GonNa talk extensively about snow in my house. You know. And and they and they listen down on. I'm pretty big in Melbourne town. Maybe that maybe Melbourne Florida Art Florida war games. I guess you could count. I guess you could count the Pittsburgh game too. Because he's intercepted in the endzone late and something that could be the game. He got intercepted. Four Time Yup twice in the higher not like how bad is Mason. Rudolph must really think terrible. If Dot com scramble Graham Ward hit okay. So the Falcons beat the forty niners at the Buzzer Matt. Ryan throws a pass at the buzzer remarkable in that Ryan was the MVP to leak for five years years ago I I mean Jones remains extremely audit football. The end is how they are so bad and yet in the second half of the season. They're not awesome beat the forty niners thus scrambling the playoff seedings. The Jaguars beat the raised raiders. At that really Lee surprised nobody cares about that game. But gardening minhsiu threw two touchdown passes in the last X.. Whatever was and beat the raiders in their last home engage beat them at the Buzzer? It's a small sample but it does seem like Menchu is the better choice over falls. It's I mean it's US although it is disheartening to see that he has applied for patent protection on words like Mississippi Mustache. Yeah you know that you said he's going mustache next. Lohia rolled uneven. No all that stuff. So that's all like representation. Does that stuff name is on those petitions Gardner Minhsiu the second or the Fourth Governor Alert Flint Menchu I believe whatever the packers beat the bears at the Buzzer with with a wild play. They hold off the bears it. It looks like they're not playing defense at all West. Wilburn about this because we'll of course watched every second of the bears game. The packers just enough to win you know Uncle Milton. Just in the fullback Maybe it's Pat. I forget the name of the do but if the fullback who who possesses the ball last for the bears looks to his right. It's like a rugby plays. Alan Robinson's out. There you pitch it. It is a touchdown. They yes the Green Bay packers. It did not contest them until about the ten yard line. Well so were they do so that way. If you remember the what do that is any reads invention I think it was I don with tyree kill against the cowboys a couple years ago where they threw underneath in an obvious hail Mary right so I guess everyone's back at the goal line they said well there's GonNa give us the first ten and then we can try to get by and that was my corrected until the tenure he was going in one hundred percents. I mean very odd. By the way the the the packers are now. Eleven and three feels to me like he just overrated. I I mean a game in the workers in the forty niners they win these scary Gary. I know even though they don't look prominent at all. Well look I think one of the things I said about them on the television show. Was They outpoint you. They don't knock you out. They just outpoint you. There are fighter that does that but they perilously close to land if it is a close game. And you're gonNA give that dude the ball by that dude. I mean Aaron Rodgers at the end and of it you're gonNA average. That's that's right that's right. So those who all the games that ended right at the buzzer except for one the game where the eagles covered at the Buzzer such a dagger. It's heading down. It's absolutely impossible for that to happen. Yes it is. The last play of the game it is a fumble and a fat guy and I mean of fat guy touch rumbles from about thirty yards out. My kids love the fifty. They were midfield. And I know this because I was thinking to myself had Dwayne Haskins taken the snap taking the sack and I- rewound this to look at it. There was a time. Could've taken a snap call time out when second Marya so's about midfield that is a that is a cover of the worst warrior. If you have the Redskins who I think have covered three of the last four weeks or something like that with big points. This was not big points at all. You can live with the fact act. The Eagles get the touchdown with thirty two seconds to go. 'CAUSE you're winning. You're winning you redskin. You're winning Hashtag win and that that play away all I could think of I watched it was my God. They're gonNA cover. The Eagles are going to cover. It's just a million. I would suggest I would suggest if you are betting money on the Redskins do respect to reginald intended you you deserve you may as well be giving your money to that lady to bless it. Yes yes I mean come on. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not going to argue that point. But you'd go on the whole route. And you thought you would WANNA cow heartbreaking be cowboys drilled. The Rams Rams I'm happy I don't understand that. The Vikings drilled the chargers the Patriots drilled the Bengals but they're the bengals and that was ten ten at one the goals that was ten ten. The bills are at the Patriots on Saturday yourself. The bills can be thirteen. Ten at halftime it got ugly but it was not most defended you. Yeah I would point out if you are a patriots fan. This is the one saving grace on the touchdown in the second half to Nikial Harry Three Brady threw it a hundred miles. An Hour Brady looked like a real quarterback although Brady's QBR and I don't understand this particular metric but Brady's Qbr in the last six weeks's terrible it's like forty the only guy. It's higher than six weeks Dwayne Haskins. That's it he's the only I mean look. Is that a fact. Yeah his Brady's Ladies Numbers Fifteen for twenty nine for one hundred twenty eight yards now. He threw two touchdowns but no one caught more than three passes. You don't have anybody to receive. The ball contained nineteen bengals. But that's still a problem against a good team. Yes the Eagles wide receivers that don't have any wide receivers. They're all out so they have have. Somebody named Fred Ward Junior. He he was a quarterback at Houston whilst Scott quarterback wide receiver for the Eagles. Yeah what are you talking about the the town by him he he did beat beat Zaman Zakar take their best options. They don't have anything title. So if like if you're Patrick Mahomes you know that Travis Kelsey is the best thing you got killed starting at semi wideouts. Yes starting. Why does Philadelphia doesn't have anything I don't I? I don't know how having watched eagles now two in a row The Eagles have won two games but late they beat the giants and the redskins skins right away cow. The cowboys don't beat them. There's no way is there and I think the cowboys team so mad this week. It's recency Z.. By they were so bad and they just blew out the ram something. I'm GonNa see if I can find an early lot isn't that what is that Philadelphia Well we're in the good tight end How about George Kill? Yes I know. They lost thirteen for one thirty four. The problem was Garoppolo. D- grappled in have another completion to he. Threw you one guy to other times manual sanders but I mean thirteen for one dollars a result of everything that happened you now have in the NFC. The seahawks are the number one scene. One of US sitting at this table about seven weeks ago said the seahawks and the Ravens would be in the super bowl and got a little bit laughed at by Wilpon. But we'll see the ravens are the number one seed in the AFC. The bills can well a patriots have to lose twice for the bills to play the dolphins in the last. Yes they want. They've won decent hard game and then the dolphins. What's the bills the bills? And that's a hard game. Yes the bills could vary Tony Cowboy Bill. The bills have made the playoffs. Their defense is dying years ago and it's two years ago two three years ago this guy the coach of the bills. Whose name is Sean McDermott? Sun's outgoing I ripped him. I made such fun of him. This bodybuilding Mook. Who didn't know anything who had said he had Nathan? Peterman was a starting quarterback. And that's the heater man was such a disaster. Well I'm wrong. I'm not wrong about Nathan Peterman but I'm wrong about this coaching football. Yeah they got a great defense. There often Josh Allen is good these appears to be good enough the one takeaway. I have from everything. Yesterday is because you saw this a lot you saw last-second throws to the end zone and people are not knocking the town. Everybody tries to catch it. What do you do all try to catch it? What are you doing just terrible coaching? Isn't it downtown down the mammoth one of those years trying to get you through UTAH. You don't have to catch it. The offense has to get its knock. Doc You town right I screw yes yes crazy. Down Games Dallas cowboys opened a one point favorite quickly. Bet Up to two and a half right to an and another line that just jumped out of me of interest redskins early two point favorite over the giants giants manager. I'm and quiet in the what could be the sticks. I don't well they edge. Jones has an ankle sprain. So you're manning won a game. Guess he did back to five hundred thirty three I t's they chanted his name going off he want. AP MVP A one one result. You did did not mention and maybe you're saving. It was Texans. Titans oh I figured what do that you know. News or solids use them. But those I watched I watched red zone The the prejudice the red zone prejudice against bad teams is so clear. Yeah you didn't see any of that. Dolphins game dolphins giants right. Yes the only points in that game and they never went to that game. They didn't want to go to the eagles and the Redskins they went nap happen in the middle of that some time. I fell asleep while you now gauge you. Don't you don't see they wanna they wanNA show you the chiefs chiefs because it's in the snow course at the backpackers in the bears patriots. So the other thing is is. What's my boy's name? Jameis Winston instant opens opens with intersects. He's the man. and then throws thousand yards and touchdown pass got close. It's just that's what they do. It's like most watchable game ever. I have great if I receiver. I'm team if I'm Tampa Bay. And I've hired. Bruce Arians wants to try to fix this guy and they've won a bunch of games calmly in him alone. I am not dropping him. I'm signing him. He's throwing slowly side hundred yards correct. It's just tremendously excited. He has forty five hundred yards and thirty touchdowns. Now we'RE NOT GONNA get into his interceptions Clemmie of them. which is he leaves? It's over twenty. Isn't it Yeah it's Hold on twenty twenty some odd twenty four twenty four twenty four thirty thirty touchdowns..

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KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"melbourne" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of melbourne and um mickey was a or b and you've seen it 70s now who's going back a long way he rose up to through the ranks held a number of uh efficient temperatures around the melbourne area and then became a archbishop of melbourne in nineteen ninety fix up here which he was then appointed as archbishop of it me most recently though he was brought over to the vatican to be the finance chief or the oh so he is one of the highest ranking officials within the vatican art so in the story it is said that he must appear in an australian court middle of july and there's no extradition agreements with the vatican yeah that's correct so he is voluntarily deciding to come back to australia because of the lack of an extradition treaty even voluntary um but he has been required to appear at the melbourne magistrates court on july eighteenth uh to face charges officially um so that's the mix example well he here we're speaking with rob stewart's wall street journal senior correspondents talking about cardinal george pell senior vatican official charged with multiple counts of sexual abuse that allegedly occurred in australia years ago he's the finance chief for pope francis of the story to that uh this is kind of his not his first brush with controversy what happened in ninety the three supported in court a convicted pedophile was that about uh yeah so he has been something of a very prominent figure but also there has been some controversy around him over the years while he wasn't australia there's a number of reasons for that thi uh he would have very orthodox kelly said conditions on social issues he he uh in two thousand seven printing to refuse communion to trillion lawmakers who voted for the bill allowing stemcell research operators nineteen ninety three when he was exemplary bishop or a melbourne uh that he appeared in court hearing in support of a convicted pedophile priest and is our tricia melbourne in 1926 he did oversee the church your response.

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