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Comfort Food, From Mississippi To San Francisco
"As we learned last time growing up in different regions of the. Us can make you long for the specific adaptations and versions of the dishes. That your family or your community made in the case of our next story. It can also mean. You develop a love for more conveniently packaged version of those cultural foods. I don't think i would ever get tired of talking about. That's amy will. Bobo harvey one. I'm in innuendo abo-. I am a creative technologist and i'm indonesia american and i am number one in domi fan. I live in san francisco right now. Which is really different than where i grew up which was the live nowhere mississippi in little town along the river with a population of about twenty thousand and i lived there from when i was nine years olds to when i went to college. Moving there at such a young age wasn't an easy adjustment for amy. I remember moving to the south as a nine year old and it was pretty different from where i was moving from colorado and meeting of being like this grumpy nine year old like having to have left all of my elementary school friends like move to a new environment in the middle of the school year but then having southern food for the first time and being like okay. Yeah i guess we can live here. They have fried catfish and biscuits and gravy. So it warms. My heart towards the south to indonesian foods too as far as eating indonesian foods. I grew up eating like soto. I am a soup that my mom would make me whenever i was sick or buckman agoo which is fried corners. There are a lot of overlaps. I think between southern food indonesian food like they use of peanut oil alive similar veggies. Green beans corn okra. And i think because of the amount of fried stuff just like it tasting so like hardy and comforting put of all those foods. Amy had into me was a highlight. I asked her to tell me about indo. Mian why she loved it so much. How can i describe perfection I'll i'll try so injury is an instant noodle packet. That's meant to be eaten dry. Unlike a lot of other suit based instant noodles and then the taste is post to kind of emulate. Megan rang which is like the indonesian fried noodle dish. And there's just like something so special about the taste like it's so many different flavors so when you're making indo me you drain the noodles and then it comes with like Three or four different spice packets. There's a packet of oil. That's supposed to emulate like the oil that you would fry but noodles. There's also a spice packet of chili powder than there is the packet of boo boo. Which is like the indonesian word for. Spice the bulk of the flavoring of indo me is in the boo packet and then catch up my niece which is in an asian sweet so i saw us at the very end. There's like a little packet of fried onion bids that you can put on the very top so before we moved to mississippi we had an asian grocery store that did sell into me. And so i grew up thinking of that as the only instant noodle like i didn't know that other types of instant noodles existed and i really liked them but i thought of them as kind of like normal that fault and then moving to mississippi where into music available. We had top roman for the first time. But we made it like indo. Mimi gaurang life where he made it dry and then just like all the spice packets dry top of the noodles. We were like what is this. This is so strange. We've never had this kind of instant noodle before like all the flavors are often because like to eat talk on but yeah it made me realize like wait into me isn't the default instant noodle it's like special in hard to get which made me treasurer at even
Avoiding war in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict
"It wherever you listen to podcasts. The Armenia Azerbaijan fighting could spiral into a larger regional conflict by Ian Bremmer. Intense fighting has erupted nagorno-karabakh a small enclave in the southern Caucasus mountains setting the entire region on edge. This is a fight primarily between Armenia and Azerbaijan two former Soviet republics with long-held grievances over land. The volve of Russia Turkey and others raises the stakes for where a war might be headed. An essence, this is a story of a powerful. Changing history by drawing arbitrary lines on a map that would later spark conflict. The states of Armenia and Azerbaijan were pulled into Moscow or and became part of the Soviet Union in the nineteen twenties though nagorno-karabakh, a mountain region about the size of Delaware was dominated by Armenians. Matt makers made it part of the Jani Soviet republic for decades are Mian complaints about the region's status were ignored and in the final days of the USSR war erupted tens of thousands were killed and more than one million were forced from their homes. A Russian brokered system in nineteen, ninety, four left nagorno-karabakh as part of Azerbaijan but ethnic Armenians with backing from the Armenian government drove most Azerbaijanis from the territory and declared it an independent republic. Low level fighting has continued over the years and an eruption of violence in two thousand, sixteen killed at least two hundred people. There is no peace treaty and nothing has been resolved. In recent years, the governments of Armenia and Azerbaijan have sent positive signals. Her budget president and Armenia's prime minister opened the first ever military hotline between the two countries and twenty eighteen and talks brokered by Russia France and the United States. Produced a joint statement and Twenty nineteen that appeared to set the stage for a treaty. But momentum was lost and an eruption of fighting this summer led to popular demand in both countries for a military reckoning. The likely never know who fired the shot that ignited these latest clashes, but dozens of soldiers and some civilians have been killed Armenia and Azerbaijan have each declared martial law outsiders are scrambling to put out the fire UN secretary general, Antonio Terrace as called for a ceasefire. The web of foreign ties in this story is complicated Turkey's president wretched type air to on eager for an opportunity to boost his popularity and shift. The subject from his country's struggling economy fully backs is fellow Turkic Muslims in Azerbaijan while others call for talks air to one insists that Azerbaijan must take matters into its own hands to Armenia occupation of the disputed region. Vladimir Putin's Russia has maintained relations with Azerbaijan and sold weapons to both countries but Russia has a military base in Armenia and is bound by treaty to defend Armenia in war. This means that as in Syria and in Libya is ongoing civil war Russia and NATO member Turkey have A. Interests here Iran which borders both Armenia and as her Badgen has offered to mediate politically active ethnic Armenian populations in both. France and the United States bring those governments into the push for negotiations. Adding to the sense of urgency to halt the fighting nagorno-karabakh is a corridor for pipelines that transport oil and gas from the Caspian. Sea to the international marketplace. If the current clashes explode into full blown war, the damage could be much greater than in the nineteen nineties. This war would be waged with twenty first century, heavy weapons provided by Russia and Turkey. Air To
Mariko B. Ryan - The Opposite of Fear is Freedom
"Wondering if you could just stop by. Giving us a little bit of your background and might tell us about where you grew up. Sure. Thank you for having made by view if I may start with something slightly different, and then kind of Wolf into your question, it feels right this point knowing that you're gonNA have USTRALIAN lesson, and possibly some New Zealand looseness, listeners and Mahdi listeners live in Australia. To greet them out traditional way so if you don't mind to do that and they go into Chris Hayes. Yeah let me to buy a native. The Mahato Hawk of the cut th-wa. They not cut the auto thin lot further fatwa unlike a made Tina yet to. while. The Tate Ottawa. Took it. So I've just greeted them and let them know who I am. Tribal is speaking that I'm from the northern. Off said Ottawa, and what we, the in the region that we call tied, took it so I have placed myself now in a location. For your listeners. Thank you for that. We did I grow up now this this will take me out of my tribal in grew up in Oakland. I was a child of parents and grandparents who had been part of the Ibanez Ation Price Ace that occurred during the fifties and sixties so the government. Made some economic policy decisions, which made that many of my relations hedge leave tribal areas to find week. I'm a child of those. Generations brought up in Oakland end lift or conceivable years to Levin L appliances in new. Zealand as well which I think was a very positive thing to do to get out of a US associate like this. And experienced the region's. Pivotal years because they caused mess cultural disconnection. And, they enabled the government to grab huge tracts of land, making it impossible for many Erie tune in my family and my upbringing. was part of the impact where we could go what we call home to travel lanes, but we no longer had lanes the so we couldn't retuned to love. And sorts so that whole part of my life now I look at it. In terms of what historical periods did I grow up and? What was my experienced during that time had an impact Mian tombs of going forward as a young. Girl in thin woman unto the swilled. And what have I been able to extract? From the things that we'd lost by being why from l.? A. And I gained, so they were really interesting. Innovation Spring, curious in my growing up is. My Molly side. But we were really fortunate as well because my father and grandmother who lived close by maintained connections very strongly with a tribal areas, so we travel back and forth as whichever back and forth Tortuga liens constantly I remember vividly. It would take us more than twelve hours driving to get what is now about a five hour drive. And the roads were pretty rough, but it gave me a really sound connection to my roots, and we didn't become strangest to tribal land and to our entities. So in that respect. We were very fortunate. That wasn't the case for many of my relations who? Lived and different eras around the country, and many moved over to Australia and been have been unable to reconnect. Yes so, that's that's that Christian. Beautiful and sorry sounds like it was a real priority and our real conscious choice feel family that, even though they might have been physically moving away from these tribal lands that really wanted to maintain that connection, and as a what astray leading girl I'm really love to hear more about like what that looks like in your family life. It looks different now than it did when I was a child so when I was a child, I remember my my father, my my parents and his relations. Attending what will we code land meetings and Oakland so we're in a very politically charged time, so they were very conscious of the. Bureaucratic. Colson wheels that had been put in place to land off them. And they had to fight a beer credit in cool system in order to hold on to name, so there were several land to meetings are record as a child where people would get together and figure out how they were going to respond to a very complicated legal system that was biased against them. And so I remember very much being a part of that in an although I, was more likely to be outside playing with the other children I do recall many times sitting inside the Ramos Waylon this name. To what was being seed in also hearing? On natives because? Switching, languages constantly throughout the conversation which I said do it in a book. It's a kind of a reflection of my neighbors of how the language switching was to so fluid.
"mian" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"There was well finally tonight hitting that perfect Oscar note pulling the curtain back on this year's most memorable music. The Larry as we countdown to Hollywood's biggest night a look now at the revealing stories behind not what we saw. But what we heard? So he Mian rap city up. The best pictures. Actor Romney, Molly up for best actor in the movie, portraying Freddie, Mercury and telling Ben mates. He hit those high notes because he was born with four extra t. So how did Malik sound so much like the music legend? Malik Horley say at all thanks to help from Mark Martel, a former lead singer in a Canadian Christian rock band. Movies biggest invisible role as the voice of, Freddie. Mercury producers mixing his voice with weeds, original master recordings. A star is born is up for eight Oscars. And one of them is for the hit song. Shallow nominees. Bradley Cooper singing tonight onstage with his co star lady. Gaga Cooper talked about his regimented months of training with a voice coach Munson working on that voice. I think it lowered and like almost an octave. One all the song to the movie to be performed live test watching it become. It's been a pleasure and recently. Angus Cooper, lady Gaga gave a surprise. Shallow duet in Las Vegas. And the next time. We see them together. We'll be tonight at the awesome. Looking forward to that. And of course, stay tuned right here for all of tonight's Oscar excitement at eight like so much for watching on Thomas in
Accessories for your dog and yourself
"I if you've just joined us, we're talking to Ted founder of vagabond dogs, a very very beautiful and timeless and cool accessories. Brand for doc. You also create some very cool products for humans. What are you working on? Yeah. Actually, I've got some pieces coming up soon. It's a collaboration with my twin sister. She does amazing embroidery on fabric, and we were kind of do insects of that in into the leather. And the next pieces were working on these really kind of luxury on coats. And I think there's three in particular that we're going to do and we're still figuring out if we're going to donate them as maybe to a silent auction or maybe the one of the big fundraisers later in the year. As kind of a prize 'cause they're really really detailed and intricate. So you know to put a price on it with the little too high. So we'd almost rather donate them. Get the attention. For the charity that way, and then we'll get feedback and collaborate that way. But it's basically a collaboration that would tie in me the dog accessories worth like a zipper pouch that humans. The owners would use or the a at that matches the collar that kind of thing. So it's it's Tien with a bit of a bookie Mian, very kind of artisan feel to it. And we've got a few designs that were putting out very shortly. Can't wait to see. I know you had mentioned something to me about maybe working in the future on dog tags is that something that you're doing as well. Yeah, we're going to we're going to do some coats, and then Dr bags after that the reason I put it off because I wanted to I'm still investigating some of these new fabrics and materials that are out there and mainly to give some vegan options vegan, just means plastic or canvas least some really. Really interesting turn it gives out there right now. But the little bit cost prohibitive, three D printed materials been playing around with rubber coatings that are laser etched mushroom. My Cillian weather. That's really at the forefront of vegan weather, it's a bit pricey. But I'm trying to bite out in bulk and see if we can get some some of those going, but those can be the mushroom my Celia. My there's amazing. Has its own. Yeah. It'll be bigwigs probably next year. And it's just it has natural antibiotic properties from the mushrooms it wicks away water like, whoa. It's really a fantastic. Very quickly. It's amazing material. So things like that we're going to be working on for the bad collection. My exciting is a little too. Yeah. If if I were to do a leatherback collection it would be quite expensive. 'cause I incorporate a lot of details. So wanted to get some vegan options, I think with generate a lot of interest. And I'm I'm trying to find some vendors where can bring the price down a little bit. Yeah. Fun stuff for later this year. Let's look forward to. I mean, your played is pretty full. But you've also got an internet TV show in the works. Tell us. Yeah. I'm really excited for it. I describe it as a project runway for dog accessories. It'll be TV series. And I've got a I got a few leather craftsman that I know around the world some of them were conduct sensory some of them don't. But they're so talented, and essentially that I think even if they don't do dog accessories. I think that they would be great for the show. So basically, you would be it's a design contest. I don't I'm still finalizing. Whether we'll have kind of a celebrity panel that will choose more on leaning more towards the internet audience would phone. Who the winner is? And basically each episode would have redesigned they'll have one accessory to design. So the first one will be a collar and one of the craftsman that oh, I definitely want to feature on. My first episode is a guy in South Korea. That's just mind blowing -ly beautiful stuff. He makes minimal. But this craftsmanship. He's very very cool. And then there's a woman in Norway is a few actually female craftsman up in the Scandinavian countries that I'd love to find one that's interested in doing this. And then myself so be the three of us competing to create this really Centric dog collar, and then you know, we'd have a panel of judges or the the internet audience. Choose the winner. And then following episode. Yeah. The winner would move on. And it would be maybe a leash or coat with all new competitors. So I'm working on putting that together. And I'm hoping early next year to have the first episode shot and edited and put online what a great way for people to get turned onto amazing craftsman from around the world, you know, there are so many people who loved fashion, I mean, loves fashion, and they're always looking for new things and not only to get turned onto craftsmen designers. But also new materials cutting edge materials, I think it's really exciting yet. It speaks to a lot of different areas. Yeah. It's the fashion which I'd like all of my endeavors to kind of point towards the adopt don't shop, and and spotlight the advocacy. So you know, the other thing I'm trying to figure out for the web series is maybe the winner. Joanie the collar to a local shelter, or maybe the callers, the three products are auctioned off online, and those those proceeds go towards the the winning craftsman's on charity, if they're you're it'll all spotlight advocacy. So it kinda brings the kind of luxury audience that really loves fashion and dogs and somehow kind of shining all of their attention and resources to to advocacy. So and then it's all worldwide,
"mian" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"JC welcome back to another episode of reality life with key. Keep this week's episode is really special. There are three parts to this episode. The first part is an interview with Deborah Newell. And then the name's familiar to you, it's because in two thousand fourteen she fell for a man that she met online on an over-fifties single site. The romance turned into a nightmare documented in the six part podcast series, dirty John and most recently into a TV series of the same name on Bravo. Her ex John Mian attacked her daughter Tara in the parking lot of her apartment building two years ago. He stabbed her with a knife as he tried to force her into the trunk of his car, but she fought back and the altercation left him dead and put an end to a two year saga. I was really lucky to secure interview with Deborah. She asked me to do the interview with famed criminal behavior. Analyst Laura Richards, formerly of the new Scotland Yard because it was really important to her that we discuss coercive control, and she hoped that our experience can help other victims now as you will hear she is very soft spoken, and it takes some time to open up. I ask you to remember that this is all still pretty fresh to her this just happened two years ago. And she's as she explains she's really still trying to heal from the trauma. The second part of the episode is with my childhood friend, Michael Kimmel, who I asked to watch show on MTV called Lindsay Lohan beach club. And then the third part of the episode is with Steve Tate father of six from Utah. He reviews the season premiere of the bachelor a show, which he loves now have you ever met somebody? And you can't explain the connection that you have between you, well, that's kind of what happened with Steve. And there's kind of an inch. Interesting story behind it that we both tell in the beginning and the end of his segment, so please sit back and enjoy this episode. Happy new year ready for some big changes this year ring in the.
"mian" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Emily blunt who stars as Mary Poppins in the new film. Mary Poppins returns. Let's hear you saying, you know, I heard you saying I in the film adaptation of into the woods, the Stephen Sondheim musical which was adapted for the screen by rob Marshall who also directed Mary Poppins returns. And he so good with musicals. I mean, he also did Chicago. He's extraordinary. I mean, I think he is the only man for this impossible job of taking on the next chapter. Mary poppins. Yeah. It's very it's very hard to do musicals on film. I think yes. Somehow easier on stage. I'm not exactly sure why maybe 'cause stage there's nothing it's not realism worse and movies. You kind of expected to see some sort of realism though. That's not even true since there's so many superheroes Inci fine. You're you're exactly right. But I think the thing about films say everything gets terribly intimate, and you are sucked into a world that has a sense of realism. You're not in that precede Mian arch nature of watching a performance on stage. And I think that that's his great skill is making sure that it's not sort of embarrassing when people break into song it can very often. Be like oh God. Why are they singing, you know, well in this? He really has a knack. He and the composer Marc chairman and the lyricist Scott Wittman for kind of talking into songs. So like Salil you talk your way into the songs the character of Michael the father talks way into his song. And we're going to hear an example of that on the song. I'm gonna play a song. I really like it's called. Can you imagine that this is your first like your first day with the kids they've been there all really dirty, and you're preparing a bath? None of them want to take a bath. But you put these like magic bubbles in the bath. And then you're taking out, you know, all these magical things all these magical toys from your famous carpetbag. Yes. Throwing them into the tub, and then even more magic happens. But anyways as you're doing all of this. You're singing the song. Can you imagine that as you're talking to the kids? So here's my guest, Emily blunt from the soundtrack of Mary Poppins returns, John. You'll right. It's good to know your bright for.
"mian" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Correlate is states that deny felons the right to vote. But then make it very easy. Just because of circumstance for a lot more people to become felons. Rain three-strikes rules. I mean. It's a horrible thing. Because there's no scale to it. Right. And there are some states like New Hampshire where as long as you are serving your sentence right for a felony. You're unable to vote. But as soon as all of your sentence has passed you've paid your debt to society. Hey, your debt to society. And that includes let's say you've got five years of probation after two years in jail and five years suspended on two years. Good, babe. Your law, blah, blah, have all of this stuff behind you to wear. No more parole. No more probation. No more. Good time hanging over your head. Right. To the discord where we've got Jean the Christian anarchist calling gene, you're on free talk live. Go ahead with your thoughts. Hello, y'all. I although I hate the criminal Justice system. I just got back from a good movie. And I wanted to to share that we went to see the movie about Queen. Oh, great. Bravo here. Absolutely. Well, he Mian rhapsody was very excellent movie, and you know. I heard a bunch of. Nonsense about the gay people saying that they didn't cover his sexuality, but they covered it quite a. Wait a bit in that movie dodge it. Yeah. Yeah. I don't I don't really know what that was all about. But it was an excellent movie. Of course, I will. Was a young man when Queen was performing and. They were always an excellent excellent band. I think the movie was done very well and Malik guy. Although he comes from the fame of mister robot. He really I think he really nailed that performance. Nice. Have you guys? I I have not yet. It's.
Europe without Merkel
"We're looking at Germany. What Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced her decision to step down as leader of the ruling, Christian Democrats. So all we know entering the post Merckel era. And what might it look like joining me on the line from Berlin is up euro chief there guys on in here in the studio as European editor Ben home die. First of all. What's this a surprise? Mrs Merkel's decision to step down. It was actually a surprise. Everybody was watching very carefully the elections in Hesse, which is one of the states in west Germany. They have elections on Sunday, and the CD you the Christian Democratic Union. Michael's party had been doing incredibly badly in the polls. And on the night. They all said did extremely badly their vote share shrank by eleven percentage points, but they actually scraped through which meant that they were able to stay in power and renew their coalition with the greens. And not even after bring in any coalition party. He's so actually the result was nowhere near as bad as some people had been expecting. I mean, there had been even suggestions that the government might have been voted out of office in that direction. It didn't happen. Now if that eventuality had happened everybody was expecting that Michael would step down. But the fact that the CPU clung to power meant. Indeed, I wrote myself it looked like she dodged the bullet despite that she decided to stand down. And that was the thing that surprised everybody that she squeaked through and Ponzi and squeak through and still she decided to stand down. And yet she's also said she intends or light to stay on as chancellor until twenty twenty one. But at the same time, there's now a contest onto lead the CD you so is her position tenable d think and who's emerging as the front runner for the CD you. Well, everything depends on who is elected party leader. Because there are three candidates who've declared one of them is Michael's anointed to add RS, rather undergrad. Cramped Cowan Bauer who's the current secretary general of the you now she is very much Marcle clone. She's very loyal to the chancellor, and she generally has a similar kind of agenda to her. She's very popular in the party. And she is odds on favor of the moment to win. But there are two others who declared Jens bond, the health minister and free with mounts who is a former head of the parliamentary group, and he is a real ideological industry of Michael's and spun this to now if either spun or Mets win, then all bets are off no one really expense medical to be able to survive as chancellor till two thousand twenty one till the next elections. If either Mansell spun our elected posse leader, it would just be completely impossible combination. She would understand that as well. And there's no way that she would persist in trying to cling onto the job of chancellor if one of. Ideological rivals gets the party leadership say ideological rivals. What are the key splits? Welsh fawn for example, walls, her most ferocious critic during the whole refugee crisis. He really was very outspoken against her sort of liberal policy of keeping Germany's borders open during the crisis, which led to an influx of more than a million migrants as we know mainly from the Middle Eastern North Africa. He's been very very critical of that. He's very very hard line on the fact that these people now have to integrate, and if they don't then they should be kicked out. He's sort of taking a very hotline. So almost like AFDC line alternates of Germany, this all the sort of anti immigration line. Although I must say since he became a minister became health minister in March. He's hot down a bit Matt's. Also, he was always very strongly opposed to Merckel and the way she essentially pushed the party to the left or to the the centre-left of German politics bay. Basically, he represents disgruntled older generation in although he's not so old himself. But he'd represents that sort of group of conservatives women the who have resented the way Mackel has tried to modernize the party. They wanted to return to its conservative roots? Now, Ben, obviously one of the characteristics of the Merckel era is that Germany's become more and more. Evidently, the dominant force inside the European Union. So the rest of Europe will be watching this with considerable interest and perhaps some nervousness. Yes. I mean, once again, European is a sort of bystanders to German domestic politics, which is becoming all too familiar. Pose for the last several years through the eurozone crisis. Of course, you could remember moments of critical decision making that depended on voices and debates like in the Bundestag in Berlin. I'm sure leaders across the continental watching incredibly closely to see what comes out of the CD you leadership contest. And then the stability of the government. If mocal really wants to stay till twenty twenty one it's quite likely that will have lots more instability, particularly within the grand coalition from the SPD. So this may well be a German government that does very little the next three years, which will be bad news for your how bad though, I mean, can you actually cope with a period of stasis where nothing much happens? Yes. It could I suppose I've just been in Paris. And I think there's a very strong French view, for example, that this is actually quite a benign period of relative economic growth. And actually, this is the time precisely the time to fix problems, particularly in the yours in for the next crisis, which may not be not far away. And I suppose the other big threat. Of course, he's the populist insurgency, which is really gaining traction across the continent. And I think certainly the view in Paris is that Europe can't afford to just sit there and do nothing has to move, and it has to respond to try and galvanize citizens behind sort of more pro European position and to try and sort of quell this. Insurgency? But I guess the reality is isn't a guy that even under the pretty pro-european. Centrist, Mrs Merkel, the German government had been pretty disappointing as far as the French concerned in responding to some of these more ambitious plans for European integration. Yes. Absolutely. I mean, I think one of the big surprises in a way has been the performance of Schultz. The finance minister here when the coalition treaty was hammered out between the city and the PD in February March that was a very strong European chat to that. Which was basically written by the Fulmer SPD leader Martin Schulz who was himself a former president of the European parliament. It was incredibly strongly pro European very idealistic really sort of buying into the whole macro Mian vision of reform and what's happened since. Then obviously, it was Martin Schulz was kicked out and the currently does, AVI. SP a Turkey not interested in European. Reform more yours and reform all of Schultz's just down to be sort of pale imitation of Wolfgang showing blah in fact, lacking showing blows vision of European integration. So he's been a big disappointment for those who are really hoping that the new German Grand coalition would respond to microns of reform proposals in a positive way. So if anything I suspect, then Ben a new Germany would become actually more introverted because the best you could hope for its continuity from European point of view with a look alike, but if it were spun type figure, you would have a headset used what nationalistic, but a more conservative, more, Germany. I approach I think that's probably right. I mean angular mogul has been chancellor for thirteen years. She's a set at Europe's top table for that long. And even though she has a self been incredibly cautious and conservative in the way that she's handled a lot of European questions. She does have a very strong kind of European. Instinct and sensibility, which perhaps successes won't have to agree that possibly the next chancellor is going to be less pro European than angular Merckel. I suppose the thing that we have to remember though, is that they're not going to be that Euro-sceptic Germany is still a pro European country. It's still very much in Germany's national interests to want to strong Europe. And I don't see us Manipur from the far, right? Fringe with the rise of alternative for Deutschland. Which by the way, looks like it might be plateauing anyway in public support. I don't see a huge shift to the right on the big European question in Germany, and I guess the irony is that even if Germany is losing some of its traditional europhilia, it's never been more powerful in Europe and more central to what's happening inside the and that will only be essentially with Brexit. Oh, that's certainly true, especially with Italy locked in a showdown with Brussels and other Member States and intentions with the east Spain, which seems to. To be fairly politically weak and Britain. Obviously leaving the big question is whether Emmanuel Macron can recover popularity in France, and whether he can bring his reforms to bear to convince Germany and convince public opinion on political opinion in Germany that reform is for real. And therefore, you know, Germany should take his ideas for your zone reform, for example, more seriously and finally guy I mean, maybe it's a little bit too soon to be writing the victories for the mobile era. But what do you think she will be remembered for him and she's been in power long time? I think essentially she'll be remembered for many things I mean, it's interesting when people sort of looked back they look at the great chance of Germany's postwar history people like Konrad Adenauer who really anchored Germany in the western lines helmet Kohl who achieved German reunification, and it's interesting. You know, she's been chancellor for thirteen years. And when you ask people, so what is she going to be remembered for people? Struggled to come up with announcer. And the funny thing is that a lot of people think it and Haman Han than say, the refugee crisis and actually that in a way might be a lasting legacy. I mean, I think she would resent that because it wasn't a hit finest hour. But I think in many ways the fact that she stood up for the idea of open borders for the idea of humanitarianism and for the liberal world order in a way in her response to that crisis. I think that says a lot about her. And I think also says a lot about how she changed Germany because I think that approach would never have happened before she had become chancellor, the German response to the refugee crisis. Will I think be remembered in decades to come as an extraordinary moment in recent European history and Harada was absolutely critical.
"mian" Discussed on Keep It!
"It's been a one year anniversary of that on like October tale, like forty five fucking years also by the way and like nine. We obviously there's been. Yeah, we were politely ignoring that you say, no, I was leaving the room. No, we'll be able to ignore it when I e. Got that's crazy. Or the thing about me to the impression everybody has is that like so many people have been outed by meet you now? It's like, no. We just had like about thirty stories or something. Weirdly it still to me just feels like deeply the tip of the iceberg and half of them got their jobs back, right. Yeah, we forgot about most of them, right, right. Because this week we also have bride Sagar knowing social media saying that Esquire is about to publish a false story about him as a takedown before his new movie. But he Mian rhapsody comes out so. Is your movie when you get fired athletes? Got fired. Yeah, it's not your movie. Yeah. Also, that's like another person who like we thought he was taken down right now here he is like slithering back up like either news ready to take on a new movie also. That's so I mean, like I know Esquire has legitimate journalism in it and stuff, but they're gonna publish that expose and they're going to publish ten more photos of Ryan Gosling in a wet white shirts. You know, just a very, it's a packed issue that is important. Dribble a, no, I man all wet. I don't know. I can't write copy. I. I, I. What are we doing. Derail conversation. Woodward back Phoebe. Robinson joins us..
"mian" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"Being kind of blurred lines and convoluted lives and the next thing you know when something isn't going as as playing somebody's mad you know and i'll say this to you know just you know just it sounds crazy because i believe friendship and business can exist does does make if done right but but really like really you have to protect yourself in a more times than not it is in my experience of of mixing personal business things and get money but just make sure expectations on regardless on on what people should be doing and how they should be performing this makes that's the number one thing because business has to be i when you're doing business people when you begin to put all the friendship stuff i and all i love you first and then acts favors are somebody's doing then things become like super left field and you know everything she worked for work to get you know can just kinda crash overnight i couldn't agree with that anymore will like if i was like one thing you build a business relationship on anybody the z most important thing i could take this back to when when mian corey formed when me and my other partners formed when i managed athletes it's setting up the expectation from both sides at the beginning having a clear understanding and here's what i would piggyback on it is get what i like to call the hard of leash it out of the way at the beginning of a business relationship and that hard ugly shit could be setting up expectations because sometimes uncomfortable to talk about talking about money talking about the structure of how someone's going to be compensated talking about the structure of how business is going.
"mian" Discussed on NewsTalk990
"Paradise of this behave mian paradise um more wellknown areas nassau and freeport coarser also much more developed yeah that's true avocado is paid of escape the the development phrase the two other parts of the bahamas and and yet at the same time it's very accessible easy flights from from atlanta jacksonville fort lauderdale west palm miami you know easy to get too but once you hear you really feel like you're a million miles away from anything and of course this avocado club at winding bay is a private club but it's one that people can visit yeah that's right tony ah we we love having guests come and stay and enjoy the you know the hospitality year they're able to rent you know the cabanas or the cottages or even the largest stayed home if they have we have led a multigenerational groups that come down and in a joy that and you know our hope is though fall in love with the place and want to become club members but while they're here they're treated just like any member wouldbe and we want to have a great time and enjoy it i guess if you're going to take anything away from this trip it is that it's a totally different lifestyle on the silent the fact that even though it's as natural as possible it's also got all the comforts inconveniences of home yeah you know these days everybody has to say plugged in you know no matter where they go even if it's just route ten minutes a night the czech email or you don't make a vicar call back home or something so all of that is here but uh you know our hope is that while people here they can really escape from all that and then and do the things that really make a a memorable vacation ottis david smith he is with southworth development projects in a lot of other locations such as scotland macronix dunes in scotland is a is a wonderful low links golf resort cape cod boston area washington dc lakewood of his sake in new hampshire were kind of all over and our members love going in visiting each other's clubs and meeting each other just having a great time and the best way for our listeners the find out more about not only the abac oh club but all of southworth development yeah gugel avocado club dot com so.
"mian" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Markets are moving like this whether it's it's had a fast fashion like we've had or whether it's a more normal fashion you don't have to just be put into a strategy that makes me is when markets are moving like this whether it's it's an of fast fashion like we've had or whether it's some more normal fashion you don't have to just be put into a strategy that makes money when the market moves one direction at yearly we we see this all the time in normal markets which we're going to have gone forward there's going to be volatility there's going to be more opportunities so if you if you feel you missed out don't worry about there's going to be a lot of opportunities but you need to have the right education to be able to take advantage of them and again what we why people love come online trading academy or look at rare bloomington it's because there we have no agenda all right it's full transparency and again on this show the reason we talk about volatility is because we don't have an agenda we don't take your money charge of fees okay we don't add advertisers happen mian mena on the back st louis you can't say that you can't talk about short in the market or you can't talk about volunteer you're going to scare guess what people off your a scare investors often that's how we make money and fees and that's why people like common in here they want to get the financial kit education but they want to get it were people they don't have we don't have an agenda ira it again what we wanna do is teach you how to make money in this might rebound but right now al there's a lot of what you said a lot of opportunities uh good good point shunned because last year people actually started to get the perception that the market couldn't go down it just kept going up and even the the professional money managers the mutual fund managers the the pension fund managers they just coming gave up in in they started putting money in because everybody else was putting money in but you know the real oh pros they were getting position they were ready to they they were buying insurance on their portfolios we talked about.
"mian" Discussed on Dude Soup
"That's what happened because they're so tempting market that is not made his for over a hundred games including uh new releases jaza here's an extra pay from the uh from our our our favorite grandpa major nilsson love yeah uh let me skip on down to the the ah the highlight of a bit here uh quote moving forward we plan to release all new xbox one exclusive games from mix of studios into game s on the same date as a global release at highbury impact in yeah sorry no bit of started there are moment you gave was how painter mian mian benson get along this means that when see if these launches on march twenty is included in xbox game past all members of this plan bring new games timed with a global race in the xbox games pass not only includes announce titles exceived thieves state of decay to and crack down three but future unannounced games for mix of studios including new innovations come on man i'm slaughtering syllable knows aisles over he was gonna just like now he's on announcing hearings like halo's head held meetings that he says new generations of halo forza gears little guy hill convertible so there's going to be more to make them sure uh so it's it's interesting now it's a this is something that we had kind of seen in the in the deck for awhile that publishers instead of the old model where they launch a box product and try to recruit all their costs and direct sales switching switching over to a subscription based service based sort of system where to get access to games from us just pay a monthly fee they have access busily microsoft is doing their own thing now uh it's it's essentially like.
"mian" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles
"Actually watching movies and watching my performances and seeing what i am doing right in what i'm doing wrong in what i can improve um what do you think is the hardest role you've played so far uh i mean honestly i'd have to say worm because worm was a very difficult role for me because mian warmer nothing alike really but the more i played him the more i realise we were so much alike in that was kind of difficult and scary for me um because worm is it it is a he's an introvert you know he does not talk to girls he's never even at his first kiss and he lives in this world where everyone is is constantly moving he deals like he's being left behind and i always fell on not like down you know i'm upping the current and a half friends a bubble block but the more i played the character the more i realized you know i do can if you like i'm being left behind by certain people and you know so yeah i would have to say that that worm was definitely the most difficult but the most rewarding as wellknown was comparable what about that so they're bubis good ebeid's sundance how do you feel about allah uh i mean i'm thrilled you know sundance is a is a huge huge thing it's a huge deal and i've never been you know and now not lima going to get to go to sundance inexperienced abbott i'm going to get to go for a film that on the lead and like i mean i couldn't be happier i mean it's definitely add it's a crazy turn and i'm really pumped about it in in its own a bugle of refusing yanggon there for about a week yom do they play the movie everyday heroes a certain night that the poonery their planet every day actually grew up which is crazy like that's really exciting to me that a you know maybe some of these these big directors and big actors and big producers or you know maybe they'll get a glimpse in my movie and i'm really excited mira you also do what you're to enable there to growth yes yes i believe that after every screening there's a qna so that'll be really exciting man.
"mian" Discussed on First Things First
"The name of tom brady who will this is the thing because of the significant number of injuries um that we've seen not only at other positions um but at quarterback i'm aaron rodgers we saw the same thing with derrick car but later in the season so he had already had a significant season that he could actually be considered so there were more people typically involved in the race than we see this you you have tom brady who regardless of what the speculation is he's the best player on the best team having a tremendous season todd gurley and the only way that you can even get in this conversation is if you're performing at a historic level and or you have some type of turn around either in your organization or you're at a recordbreaking pace as far as planks mian scored no todd girlie in his impact on the rams and on the nfl yes he should be in the conversation but it's the way it should be tom brady's had the best season but todd girlie you should look at the totality of his work and be like yes he should be in in vegas typically they got it right he's the second high favorite as far as the the ranking of money how much money so brady's of minus about one fifty girlie or minus one eighty guerrillas plus one fifty celebrating those two guys brady's about three times as likely according to vegas to be the mvp but no one else is even better than thirty to one so those are the two guys are in contention according to vague and that's the way it should be it if todd bureau is second it makes you you should go back and look at the numbers to be like wow what kind of season this guy's head and if you took in consideration the lack of productivity had last year three seasons ago we go he was great last season has no end to see the worry is now.
"mian" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"A father mian says testosterone levels can be measured and followed for patients with low t for more information talk with your doctor or visit mayo clinic dot org i'm vivian williams the nfl season has rolling and you're going to a tailgate this weekend or you're getting together with britain's to watch the games on someone's bigscreen tv you don't have something that cool i don't either this is josh lohan if you want to be in the know for the nfl games this weekend download the podcast blitz and giggle a new episode every thursday and friday great info plenty of north very little hardcore football talked of some good insight for you because i really wanna help blitz and giggle fund the westwood one podcast network is your body language making you look arrogant i'm alex really with the business rockstars minute there is a fine line between being cocky and confidence believe it or not body language can send queues to others about you and your personality you sending the wrong messages the following are some nonverbal queues that leave you looking arrogant to your team number one avoiding i contacts and makes you look uninterested or unwilling to participate in the conversation number two crossing our arms this stance closes you off from others and can make you look inaccessible number three it forgetting about your facial expressions remember you don't wants a lack confidence or theme on engaged avoid the arrogance gap a simple tweak of your manners and can make you appear more confidence or even be more confident i'm alex werleigh and this has been a business rockstars.
"mian" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A positive motel some of things are up to yeah i just got back from asia i i was just the elephants on it was amazing uh experienced or is it in um began mian maher and saw the temples two thousand could go to a if i took your instagram to a mental institution i could probably have you committed you're eating plants and you're right none elephants in the and in my wife uh i'm just put in my life but this like you'll it over like thousands of miles of you were like a nine continents it's the grim was the last few months and the and the e e eating beans and plants and vegetables and all that stuff all that killed two every day for the rest of my life i have a big stake it'll be good for the juicy steady okay well don't get mad an expert revis you do that i thought dead animal it will follow tambora holder on twitter and instagram and all that go to our website camera holder dot com and a lot of good stuff going on and thanks for being with us all luck a take care or check out our webpage golota good stuff up there of the this is the greatest question ever about sunglasses and it's very funny you gotta watch this the most important question about sunglasses if you bought a pair buying appear lost appear watch this oh also it said we'll come back a year ago to what happened back then watch this election night this is the this is a great collage of the most upset liberals crying over donald trump when winning gets very funny what's his george hamilton give you a little lesson in how to be much smoother in life had an idol act more smooth look smoother cooler it's often web page go to 710 w o r dot com then go over to the mark simone page dragging just go to 710 w o r dot com slash mark 710 w o r dot com.
"mian" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Phnom like all my huahua and and apart is like i want a camp on their law that a proud also to at the same time was widely attractive to women i will go to the the movie store and in the fitness section of just like rub my little boy pena locale all on the radio added i just all these confusing feelings i do not know god if he such a mind for because you can't give yourself the label gay because you like boats out i heard on the radio that aids and i cried myself to sleep because meena a friend user touch each other's dixon i'm like oh good at died of aids of sucky girl i swear to gone mian mian arm or is it gonna say eight it was just like you know these these weird mixed messages and i like i i dunno here's is crazy the an interesting 'cause you do you hear about women being bisexual i feel like a lot at a conversation with bisexual ma'am we kind of just lump them into like we're like their day yera sonae charter also tuna who's younger i'll tell you this i i remember me in a another kid stored fallen around right and then like accidentally i found the spice channel by grandparents els how i like banda hit nine nine by accident and i was like what's that worked a bad channel don't ever watched the bad chair at all and i was i know are a next morning bad channels high but you have to order this space dr now it was it if you have a sense of pay was little fuzzy as you like a beans are once in awhile say i was like my 100 percent or you have to order at all of the next thing i now like found masturbation and then my dad diet like two weeks later and i was like you cutting has because oh my dad.
"mian" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"The lakers during the next six games if they have a very very night listen you look at these games it wouldn't be a shock to go foreign to they will be on pace to be a five hundred team you don't think lebron says forty one and forty one mian paul george get at thirteen to that then you're in the houston class so as i watched the lakers play you can say 'i alonzo's not this and i don't know about the bench lebrun is sitting there making comments about all these point guards he's watching and surveying the landscape he is left cleveland before magic laker brand better than expected if they have the home stand the lakers want to have this is a much easier emotional and psychological leap for lebrun so right now the bronze on meter is right down the middle but checkin in about ten days i think it's a real thing and i and i was i i was watching that last night cobi always loved playing a new york michael jordan always loved playing in new york it really did take me back last night watching the braun in new york taunting the next because i think it's an unbelievable basketball city people think new york's a baseball city it it it's actually it is an amazing nba city some thoughts on the dallas cowboys so yesterday this was rare we all think jason garrett's okay as a coach right jason garrett fine he's an old keiko cheese by nobody hates jason garrett this was the first weekend ever ever and i've been a supporter of jason garrett that i watched the cowboys and i thought maybe jason garrett the problem i was reading dallas papers this morning and similarly a lot of criticism on his inability.
"mian" Discussed on Geek News Central
"That is not only pretty high for the region given the pius worth populate europe but it's also figure that took ps4 a ps pro four weeks the hit last year so uh anyway is is this thing better i don't know but anyway at digger xbox mian data tesla boy oh boy this sector harassment stop is just continuing a space x board members at taken leave after sexual harassment charges steve germiston promises legal action against people who defamed the i'm tanya this it's right now if you even look sideways it someone need a year in trouble it is in i know some of these charges are very very serious know ladies don't take me the wrong way okay but uh you know things are drop people are dropping like domino's and if he'd of these people are done uh some of the piece of stuff that's actually be in said than they they deserve to have their livelihood impacted that dead it's most it rich preach which rich people that adult if you're going to hurt him or not in the ah they may have enough money to survive by who knows a dead another went bites the dust here tassell spacex ford numerous taken leave spotify you know e spotify is kind of an interesting platform and spotted by his merchandise sales now is could include yes you're going to hear this beauty products it's always been passerby merchandise on spotify that merchandise sales are now going to include beauty products.
"mian" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Uh let loose the secret yeah because billy joel's like oh yeah the rohde's you know they picked out a young in our area harold sandies no either clearly acting on orders from britain right oh and it's an accident i have no say in the matter so armed it's no but he's at elton born elton john's people do it no he tell spent yeah exactly so that's a it's it's a topdown thing sylla hey billy joel i still love you but like a show us the love lynn mian tomor stacked in the other day yeah tell you rhody scum get us where uh podcasts hosts that uh speak in sort of well about you some devs stood cajun we still your music for show yeah we do uh but other than that it was a lot of fun paul schaeffer uh the the band leader for days lehrman was was the the substitute bandleader like the additional bandleader yeah i mean you don't uh he's not in additional anybody he months the show when he's there while women all schafer's onset who is a like clear though in the clear tones featuring paul schaeffer at is in addition yeah um well how many songs had billy joel play five six played one suck uh uh it was uh allied ill it seemed like all whole lot effort for three and a half minutes of music yeah i'm not i'm not all that upset that i didn't go to that 'cause i am on record tom saying i will never be in the audience of a tv show ever again briefly luong eu had to win and so many minds takes up the whole day and then a man it i mean this is a this is a bigger place that you are at the normal but like usually a man like yells eight you for not cheering enough if yet cheering enough say an unlike him knighted cheer for anything big like i'm a bad audience member billyjoel not even for billy joel.