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"michael fox" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"You know, I can't believe it took me a few days to see this news, but the Delorean is officially entering production again, and this time, where it's going, it won't need gas. Sadly, that doesn't mean that it will come equipped with a mister fusion, powering the flux capacitor with household waste, but rather that the new announced line of deloreans will be electric that is, if we can really believe it's happening, Stephen win the former British engineer who acquired the rights to the Delorean motor company in the mid 90s has been trying to relaunch the Delorean DNC made famous by Back to the Future ever since then, encountering a number of regulatory issues along the way. So fans aren't holding their breath. Then there's not much information yet, the Delorean motor company just posted a teaser ad on Twitter on Sunday that basically just shows a silhouette of the famous gullwing doors and says that the car will premiere in 2022. So now we wait. Despite how skeptical I am, I have to say that if it actually happens and it's anything close to a decent car that I could in any way conceivably put money down, I will do whatever it takes to own this car. I mean, I have always wanted a Delorean and to have one that's new instead of falling apart and electric yeah, sign me up. And speaking of series that I would rewatch literally any time at the drop of a hat, two of the stars from Downton Abbey have teamed up to form a band. Michelle dockery, who plays lady Mary and the fittingly named with that last story, Michael Fox, who plays the footman Andrew starting in season 5, are putting out their first EP in May under the band name Michael and Michelle. They've got one single ounce so far called calming storm with sort of slow, folk rock vibes, AKA exactly my kind of music. Lending some extra credibility to the folk rock act, they've enlisted Chris moss from mumford and sons as their percussionist. Fox and dockery have apparently been making music together on the set of Downton Abbey for the last 6 years, which is much longer than I would have thought, and I always think it's kind of cool to find out which actors on a set become close friends and collaborators, especially when their characters rarely ever share scenes. Michael and Michelle's EP, the watching silence will be released on May 13th from Decca records, and of course, if you want a little Downton fix before then, the full length trailer for the upcoming movie Downton Abbey, a new era dropped yesterday, link in the show notes in case you missed it. But that is it from me for today as always this show was produced by ride home media and cocky dot org. I'm Jackson bird and I will talk to you again tomorrow..

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"michael fox" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"michael fox" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Marks now my told us when he was go at the day before to research area getting there and all that stuff had been followed by a black trump. He mentioned this to if he's driving us there. But i think i sit there and go really i. Have you ever read my books. I got it. But no i. Haven't i said well there's an urban legend and i thought it was definitely an urban legend. 'cause that's i mean. Sounds like to me a black truck with the up. Falling people there disappear because he acts would happen was following and like disappear and he thought a little bit turned off. I said well mark. If you get up to the point bridges there's no houses the for awhile so I don't think remembering that area. That so yeah. He had to backtrack. And i saw layer somebody else that i trust. It actually had this experience with it so i thought well maybe it's got to do something. I owe the truck here. There is a man that was murdered in the seventies. His body was dumped. I'm trying to remember now My friends at the article might have been with might've been funky at that guy took so that could have been emphasized that and that's what i thought the time. Okay so what. We were doing this filming staying ahead. Michael fox i said. Well it's i went on. I said if the african american right sitting on top of the bridge. I was my first word out. Right causes no. I'm on top of the bridge. I said i said well. I said i. Well why are you here. I mean You tell us what you're here or something like that. I try to remember. That was now and he any somebody was Have been killed. Been murdered or something like that. This is probably the guy that got us what my thought was the real guy. That was really dumped. Okay baby his girlfriend's here because of course he was murdered and stuff was stolen forced his money out of the bank by this guy was caught and put in prison. But that would be my thought. So i said well name your murderer figuring if you've got them in the murder i can get the newspaper article improve. It is the villagers. Killed me. Real and i yes i thought. Well that's definitely as a modern spirit and villagers The school in back like way back when yorktown was and this wasn't a bridge here and there was no road here and so that's what he said. The villagers killed me. Holy smell so you live on. That is i don't know either. But he answered that way and we got on camera and marquette. You can hear it off. Because he's you know recording all this office camcorder so that makes has me thinking a lot about that now about that play but then we got more late last on the news. More murders lately. I know they got drug dealing and stuff down that road to lonely part of the road. Nobody's probably gonna catch you. You're not near the homes and the outweigh the opposite end. So i mean. I wonder how many goals could be haunting. That place and black truck was connected to something else connected to the murder. 'cause that was interesting to me thinking about that too. So sometimes i tell ghost hunters are asking about watching all the shows..

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"michael fox" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Secret of my success. You're so good okay john. Don's gonna win this. Do you want good. I'm not that. I know fox was just twenty eight years old when he played this leading role which required him to look both middle aged and like a teenager in nine hundred eighty s movie classic. He played a small town california. Teen who teams up go ahead lands back to the future there you go. Hey i'm on the board. John do you wanna do you wanna know my bonus question which is very fun. Okay what is michael. J. fox's original middle name and no okay. Just let me give you choices. -cation does. Is it actually start with j. Well i'll give you some choices okay. Is it john jeffrey. Andrew or kevin. Kevin that is incorrect. Lindsey andrew that is correct. Yes j. stamp jay okay. He started including in his name because when he registered for his sag card there already a michael fox and tribute to character actor. Michael j pollard. Wow good for you okay. How was my game was okay. It was excellent. Well tomorrow by the way. Michael thompson in for the whole show and it's michael's game and starting tomorrow for the last five days of the month. Everything counts too. So if i get if i win michael tomorrow. I'm right back in it. How did i know you would nail that one about the young republic and he's a because you picked in aaron sorkin movie. I know every year. And i was like i gotta i gotta do the john's got a chance at okay now. Ramona has lie the day to day and i for the life of me. I don't think i've got it whore. Hey do you even have a guest something about dogs and she goes to neighbors houses with the dogs. No no no ramona. Don't hold until the end. Okay so lindsey. I have no idea. I didn't even know right. Okay no i've got. Don't say anything ramonic- because i'm gonna play with worrying lindsey here my two guesses. I don't know if her brother went on jeopardy. But i don't know if he lost jeopardy james now he has. She's talked about that. Okay so all right. So then ramona. I think it's this okay. I don't think you ducked a question about jessica mendoza i think you would. You would totally -ducted alright so none of scott it. What is it. I said when you were so worked up about the alliance. I said that. Initially i verbally committed to michigan. But they pulled the scholarship. That's completely false. Oh one a good line. Yeah totally that. i did. Go into recruiting ship michigan. Nope that's awesome. I went on law and you know john. I'm such a bad liar. If you would've seen me in this. If you were in studio with me you would have got it in a second because the whole time you were talking about the alliance i was like this is my chance says my chance. I'm gonna lie right here. I'm gonna make something up about how i went to michigan. I actually did go on a recruiting chip there and they never verbally committed there right and you never get a scholarship. That's a very good life. Yeah lindsey of you ever done live today. I have not. Do you want to try tomorrow. I.

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"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"A. It's still a good fight. like i say. Kavaliauskas changed my opinion of them in the crawford for he. He stepped up to the plate. And that's where those phrases come in. You know those cliches him boxing. Like oh i can't get up for five or got up this fight so it's crawford. I got up for that fight. That's why i looked away. I look you know. I couldn't get up for ray robinson. That's that's that's how i'm interpreting What took place with. We have alaska's this is a great fight for him because if he can be virgil. He's he's right at the cusp again. Because it's like you just shut down a heavily touted contender. You know people think this is the one so if you shut him down right now. All that attention goes to you in my opinion. You know. Yoda super chatty. Still acting scroll role. I checked it. This morning is is is not working. Bill is not working. it's crazy but I mean. I guess we can stay up to date right now. I don't think any came in. Let me double check double check in check and double check in yo. Yo in virgil. Was you know if you guys remember. He he wasn't feeling too well for that. Marie took fight and he stale. Finish the job. ko gotta give. Wasn't brad solomon or was it hook was a then. Hooker now was somewhat vargas. Dan hooker okay and salomon was was before argus. Hell yeah use raw conesa. What else word. I'm sam six five. Columns say cinco i am. I am little on camera. People always say like oh. You look small in that chair. Is the stupid chair to i gotta buy. Is that big ass counter room. You got the you got that room. Biggest a gano supersize. Bove's i'm saying you. Oh so what happens if version or teeth come through in steamrolls through gavle. Alaska's what are we going to be saying. Are we going to be then. We're gonna be pushing for him to fight a champion but that's the necessary. That's that's what we need. That's what we need it on in order to believe that he's ready. He's got to go to someone that that gave someone slight trouble. You know you know. I you know i don't even know if we can label the trouble. Like crawford adjusted. He adjusted. it was over. Supervise birth. I told you about already. Gilo peres with says. Ortiz was a bee's when he beat booker t. I guess he mean hooker he went. He went beasts mode on stray. W. w e he went. He went beasts modem and hook it. Was you know he was having success. Not not gonna say was super blowout but when burge ortiz decides to fucking go super same four on you and what do i mean by that. Is he just turns up. He's throwing bombs but he has the gas for it you know. He's able to throw like good twelve bombs before he chills back and goes back into into boxes so he's overwhelming opponent overwhelming aggressive opponent. I think that's that's a good description of virgil ortiz. Can do And i honestly think that that aggressiveness it's gonna give him the advantage In terence crawford fight you know in aggression. I think that virgil ortiz is always going to have that that advantage. That's just the type of fighter. He is Terence's can become a very aggressive of fighter once he has you hurt. Obviously you know is fighting so you're always aggressive but his icy his aggression this in his Killer instinct to kill. You know to to finish the opponent. That's when i see terraces is just freaking open up like dinner plates and he's just all you We also did the kelly brook. So you know. I it's gonna it's gonna be interesting to see how he he fights with a kavaliauskas men. It's going to be a lot of little things that i'm gonna be looking for. Because if cavalier ask is is the guy to beat in order for us to say okay. He has to fight a champion. Then i think we pretty much like if you fight and do cav alaska's in a proper way we may not mind the crawford fight right. We may also want that thurman fight that he wanted himself. Virgil i mean he's got a win. This fight in good fashion show so that bigger doors and opportunities can open. It's just the bottom line. But i do want to say that we are going to be having michael fox who just fought this past saturday on fox. He's gonna be on the show at nine thirty so four minutes. If you wanna ask. Michael fox a question you know the drill head on over the patriots dot com forward last box invoice or click the lincoln chat. This says acts michael fox questions so that you can ask them a question and also also put in a chat Guizhou morgenthau premier video. It'll be premiering later on dacia. Bookmark that's you could check that out as our new correspondent in houston is putting in work. We've got a few super chatty coming in rip stop says virgil still ain't been past seven. Browns he destroys me machine. Crawford gonna crawford ain't going to give him a fight at all. I don't know about latin now. Which you first of all do you think he ripped through me machine right. That's what he's as seven and seven machine he didn't he say he said virgils still ain't been seven. Yeah he'll he hasn't been seven because he's been doing a damn thing Guy gas he can go the rounds. He's just start fighting very aggressive. Zyppah benches guys listen. He's gonna he's gonna. What was the question again. I don't want to jump into some. No he's not no question he's just basically saying virgil still hasn't gone seven because he's an animal he's a beast he's gonna destroy me machine and crawford ain't going to give them the fight at all. Okay okay yeah that second part he's not going to give them the fight at all and that was one thing that i wanted to talk about this terrence. See these are the. These are the new. The new guys. You know verge ortiz's part of the new wave. You know new new up and coming the future whatever you wanna call it Terence crawford you know. And i mean look man. You got many pack still fighting but not everybody's many pack. Yeah right not everybody's going to be fighting until their forties forty. Two's so terence's to my opinion. He's in the stage where he just wants. Big fights big money He's on his way out right. Sort of speak right. I'll say it like that so to speak on. Its way out. He's done a lot in the sport regardless of all the the the talking and the opinions of many but i think that he he wants big fights. Big money and yeah. There is a possibility that parents might not give him the fight As you know it it has to be really really sweet for terrence because in averge ortiz gains everything everything. If you beat terence crawford Terence crawford Winning against virgil ortiz. Yeah he you know he gains. He gains a lot of jumping. The gun don't beat me machine on saturday. I like ed. i mean you know. i don't know that. That's what the super chatter saying. Does crawford crawford pfizer. Matt all like and that's kind of what i think but i i. I wanted to be clear. I don't think it's because he's avoiding verges. Just that he's gonna be out of this contract in october and he's going to look to do bigger and better things he's not gonna be trying to deal with mandatory. He's going to wait for. Yeah he's gonna wait for them but again you know terence terence can go so many ways you know. He has very he has. He has options at the top echelon of the the division and virgils trying to crack through all that and again you said it perfectly eggs low we we. We're probably more. And i don't know you know because there's plenty of people out there that probably do follow Cabriolets kaz. you know. He wasn't olympian right. He has he has the skills to pay the bills. He he has the power Does he have the aggression. And the in the in the punch placement like virgil does the speed. You know all the the young attributes to kind of give you a a head start in his game. you know cadillacs is gonna be fighting. A lot is going to be fighting against a lot and I don't know when when did he fight tarrant crawford. I know it was a couple years ago. So i just wanted to get a sense of how long that was because obviously father time all right was two thousand nineteen but young though. Isn't he twenties late twenties or is he already in the thirties at that. He was in the thirties. But you know somebody's your eastern european guys sometimes look open. They not He's thirty three man. He's thirty three years. Old razor young thirty three and got that much win says toughest fight. Was crawford and i guess amateur. You know the amateurs can put a little bit of punishment on the body couple miles on there. We got a super chat from showcase. That says.

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"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"I'm like boy. Iraqi that sort of highlights on fight so big robbery on it knocked down for mike lattes relied on the highlights do controlling the pace of the fight. So i gotta go back and watch the whole fight. The fires controlling the rain on michael fox outside a lot i never seen michael really tried to dictate the pace of the thought. The other guy did so. I mean i can see what people say robbery. But you'll be on to really understand the sport and look at it from another level like even on amateur level teaching kids. I started understand what would ring. Generalship is really is all about. But i mean i gotta go back and watch the fight. I seen. It was clean. Knocked down but That's all i got on airport with based on this canola thing. Charlie the comment about aerospace And you guys in my campbell. At one time you guys was supposed to be the Was supposed to be the mandatory well. He's still confident. With all these other fighters he mandatory but y nello why he buy he come with all these cases when cannella gotta fight these mandatory. He cut the gotta history of a lot of mediatory and stuff like that. So i think mature random up the show because you get on the phone. That's you know that's why I wanted to keep the same entity. Burqas you only other fighters would. They don't do a why they're not fighting each other. This and then we'd come down to connect canal he get all the He get all excuses in. The world is stuff like that so i mean. He says that. I had me dying left the nest you kept coming chart rica was enrica vescio the slick trying to downplay chore like oh yeah man you gotta speak up you. You got to explain yourself to them. But then he's still listed on the side of i've been in situations like that and You know i i i would go up. They rica. 'cause he'd he'd been instigated. Does he come in from the side but upped. I like you see your topic when i came on and weekday. Then you start throwing across. Because i'm a. I'm like this could never need to fight american idol. Yes that's plant and stuff like that. He he has a style. And i i think keller has a strong chance on being we tied to a camello making these diva antics and all that he opened boxes. Cannella is not over boxing. You know he's a boxer. He's a he's a big. He's a big name big face part of boxing. But actually if you look at it you making boxing the bay and stuff like that. So i think cannella lead the fight these people. I'm tired of this stuff if not move on. I'm with kelly plan. We argued about this while back. I like our callup plant. Move them also the lady. The judge defy is married to a wba. yes zak. Yeah so the highlights of this borough in spanish being as crazy that seed as shit like i didn't like the fight like jt..

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"michael fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm mark a woman. You're the world. We're co production of GBH. Boston NPR X Here in the U. S. More than 10. Million people have now received their first dose of the covered 19 vaccine. It is a big number but far short of the goal set by federal officials. Roll out here in the U. S. Has been described by many as chaotic phone lines jammed websites crashing even seniors camping out overnight to get vaccinated. Logistical problems are not uniquely American, though in Canada, like the U. S. A system is a patchwork. Each Canadian province has different rules and premieres are clamoring for more doses. All I need is vaccines. If there's one thing the federal government can do, and they're trying, they're trying their best. We need more vaccines. We haven't got enough water to fill the fire hose. We've got enough water for a popgun here for squirt gun premieres Doug Ford of Ontario and Brian Palace ter from Manitoba speaking there. Europe's rollout has also been plagued by problems in parts of Germany. All the vaccines slots for the weak are being scooped up in minutes by those lucky enough to get through on a vaccine hotline. The other extreme is Israel. One in five Israelis have received an initial dose of vaccine, including Israelis and more remote, less populated areas. Israelis are splitting sets of doses from Fizer into smaller lots. Israel's Health minister, Yuli Edelstein, told Sky News that Israeli technology has allowed them to break down sets of 1000 doses into easy to transport kids. So now sometimes our paramedics or nurses are able to travel with a set of 62 very distant point without wasting one single shot. Note, though in the Palestinian territories, the West Bank and Gaza, the vaccination rate is zero. One country That's not doing so well with the pandemic is Brazil where we go now? Michael Fox is there and reports on a potential setback in Brazil's vaccination efforts. It was not the news Brazilians wanted to here with more than 205,000 covert 19 deaths to date, the country's the hardest hit after the United States. This week, it was announced that the efficacy of Brazil's top Corona virus vaccine was on Lee just over 50% the week before it had been reported that it was close to 80%. The news made international headlines, Both Reuters and The New York Times called the results quote. Disappointing Billa. What is short out of what out of the quality represent Thomas's God songs that is pulling me in artist? If, during a two hour long press conference researchers and members of the cell Pollo Health Institute boot Anton Pushback, they've been working with C. Novak, the Chinese company developing the vaccine. Recorded. The Palacios is the medical director of the clinical trials in Dung is to Messina. If it has a Muslim Messina Nicholas, you said, This is an efficient vaccine. We have a vaccine that can control the pandemic by decreasing the intensity of the clinical illness. Bhutan Don tested the vaccine in clinical trials for months on more than 9000 participants. Many frontline health care workers According to Palacios, the vaccine prevented all of the serious and.

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"michael fox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"michael fox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"You're really is a bit too big to fail I think you know. We've had considerable international concern and statements in that regard but we need coordinated diplomatic efforts in demands for a truce. And i think the united states as well as the united kingdom a to either abused largest bilateral donors and a well position religious influence and put that concerns for winners as members of the international community. I think what is needed. Both sides to moderate their extreme demons in order to come to the negotiating able seeking on the us side. I know that there is a you know. There is a transition ongoing at the moment and a lot of internal focus in us politics. But i think by ipod san backing that we've that we've been seeing and a strong message ozone from Biden would be influential and could potentially reverse some of the damage done to us relations that we saw under president trump. I've met salomon is a research fellow on the horn of africa at the london. Based chatham house thank you very much. thank you. Brazilians voted in local elections in more than fifty five hundred municipalities across the country. This weekend the biggest takeaway. It was another setback for president. Gyro bolsonaro and it comes on the heels of the electoral loss of his top ally. Us president donald trump. Michael fox has more from brazil. Did a auberge did go. Bandidos does mealy seon or if the voice sounds a little familiar. It's because you've heard it before. Just not in portuguese. Monica been issue. That's pink floyd's roger waterest telling brazilians to quote free the country from the murderers and the thieves and vote for monica benicio. She's the widow of the late. Black city councilwoman mariella franco. Who's killing in two thousand. Eighteen sparked nationwide protests and black lives matter movement in brazil. Roger waters appeal may have helped benny city council seat in sunday's local elections receiving nearly twenty three thousand votes. She's considered the first openly lesbian rio de janeiro city council member. She's one of a series of lgbtq candidates one around brazil including to trans women who garnered some of the highest numbers of votes in sao paulo. The same time we have. This election was the largest numbers of our take running in brazil. That's martha della chiesa. She's the former president of the brazilian. Lgbt tourism association. She says it seems. Lgbt candidates did well despite both does openly homophobic slurs and rhetoric which the president was spouting even last week. I think we do have a bit more understanding the society that moved on from him. Despite his rhetoric it may be a sign of bolsonaro waning. influence do not is in alito. Police la Or donald on on president. That is both enough. During a facebook live event on november twelfth encouraging supporters to vote for numerous candidates most of those candidates lost in sao paulo. Boston guy came in a dismal fourth place after leading early polls one centrist party openly rejected bolsonaro support for a mayoral candidate in a city in northern brazil saying it was unwise considering what was happening to candidates identified with bolsonaro. That candidate also came in fourth jack. Mic is a political scientist at the federal university of something that i can much jock says it seems. Bolsonaro has lost his charismatic political power. Two thousand and twenty has squashed the popularity of the president which should increase the political difficulties for both for the coming years ahead of the two thousand twenty two presidential elections. It doesn't help that bolsonaro. No longer has a party. He left his social liberal party late last year with plans to form a new far right party which he called alliance for brazil but he couldn't get registered fast enough to compete in this year's elections. That didn't dissuade dozens of supporters from trying to cash.

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"michael fox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"michael fox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It usually will come down to having a strong election administration so you know one of the biggest problems we have is that our election processes are not standard in uniform across the states in some states. It's much harder to get access to this fundamental right to participate in to vote so it will require some creative thinking to try to make more uniform and harmonized election administration when you also allow it to be run at fifty different state levels. But i think it's just important that we do that and there's a lot of good international examples. The carter center has promoted accountability worldwide for decades. A lot of countries look to the. Us sort of gold standard when it comes to elections now. We have a president who is undermining publicly that standard. For you david. What is moment. Feel like you'd if you'd asked me fifteen years ago twenty years ago even after the two thousand elections when it became more clear on people's radar screen that maybe we weren't such a model to hold up to the rest of the world. I wouldn't have thought that we would be engaging in the united states with this level of concern but the signs have been there and and they've only been increasing and clear and in critical there. David carroll z. Director of the democracy program at the carter center in atlanta. Thank you very much david. I pledge marco again from the far northern town of cure in sweden. Us citizen craig. Heinemann cast his ballot for democrat. Joe biden hinds woman says the former vice president believes in science. Handelman is surprised by how focused sweetser on the us election. They're interested mostly in. Of course the headlines. The oddest thing is seeing so much. Us election in the local news. Newspapers here even though again. There's no way to embed the swedes can impact this election. But it's of interest. Or i guess it's thought to be something that will affect them in some way. Brazil is watching the us election two. It elected its own populace version of donald trump in two thousand eighteen. Even in remote parts of brazil people are wondering whether the way america goes so goes brazil. Michael fox reports fires.

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"michael fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We have our cure inside the forest. Koven 19 continues to spread across Brazil into indigenous territories, which will continue to be hit hard. Despite the challenges and the Los many tribes are doing what they can to preserve their communities and traditions. For the world. I'm Michael Fox, including hopeless Brazil. I'll be visiting Brazil again tomorrow. In addition to covert 19, the country is facing another threat fires in the Amazon rainforest. Brazilian President Gerald Wilson Otto's pro development policies are thought to be making them worse. The country's former environment minister, Isabella to Shada hopes the damage is reversible. So I hope that was the pressure from the societies that I would like to believe that we can move for what That conversation tomorrow on the world. It's not unusual for summer rains to swell rivers in China, but this summer has been disastrous. Heavy rainfall and extreme weather conditions have hit large swaths of China sounds this summer at the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River construction equipment attempting to shore up the damn fell into the gushing river. More than 60. Million people have been affected 15 million acres of farmland destroyed. That's an area roughly the size of West Virginia. The world's Shanghai correspondent Rebecca Kanther joins us now, Rebecca what's so unusual about the level of flooding this summer? I mean, what's going on there? Well, you know, every year there's flooding in China. I mean, we're in a monsoon climate during this time of the year, But this year, the flooding started much earlier than usual, and it's much larger scale. On their saying. This is the worst flooding since 1998 and it's covering a wide swath of China. So you've got flooding in the southeastern portion, but you also have flooding in the central part near the Three Gorges Dam. What spend the reaction from the people you've spoken to? Well, I spoke to Claritin, who is a tutor and crunching and so she was. She was actually standing right near to where the flooding had happened in Chongqing on was sending me photos and this is what she had to say about what the flooding was like. Over the past weekend. They're flooded like amongst her. It is swallow some buildings on the bars on the restaurant. Close the landing north. Andy Liu is low level off 20 so unending Liu is actually in a very sort of touristy area of Chongqing. The shared in hotel was flooded. There was a fruit and vegetable market that was flooded. But today the flooding has mostly receive it. And she sent me photos of soldiers doing the hard work of draining the water and cleaning the streets and they were covered with mud. And the roads were still not usable, but but things were definitely improving today what's been the impact of the flooding on the economy in the regions that are affected? So I spoke to Channel Young. He's a Chinese climatologist. He's based in Sweden. And he said, there's definitely going to be an impact on the Chinese economy and agricultural production because of this year's flooding. Specially since you know farmers are.

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"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"Okay, let's break some of his down. It's obvious that fabled exists for reasons way beyond it being a good product. Mike break it down for us. From an environmental perspective that just kind of blew my mind as I delved into the spice and lent more about that so. and these the UN agricultural figures forty seven percent of the world's habitable landmass is devoted to animal agriculture. forty-seven percent like nearly half of the world's habitable landmass, and when I read that figure it. Didn't make sense like Schultz. Showing that doesn't make sense I haven't seen that many animals around the place. But the reason is, it's kind of two main reasons sufficiently. Lands used for grazing animals. And animals are an incredibly inefficient way to produce third like you've gotTa have a huge amount of space, but one cow to be able graze eight gross. The world's only. Grazed meet, we'd need. Multiple planets to fade every fate everybody. That's just not enough spice to do that. And then the second race big reason is the factory farmed animals have to have crops grown for them and display my mind more than half of the world's crops that are grown on fed directly to humans, the Fed to animals. To more than half of you drive past fields, fields more than half of those actually being fed to animals, and this is also incredibly inefficient so. Average pick for example needs to eight kilograms of plant. Meta produce one kilogram of pork. So you're you. You've got an ticks loss. At that point where you were, you've got to feed. The animal bullies plants so. The plants directly we could save. Times the amount of crop that would need to be grind wicked. Could site took me with us one eight the amount of land? And we could actually, if we, if no one I am late, we'll plants instead we could ray forest about thirty percent of the world's habitable landmass. And if we reforest a little of that or All of that it would be a huge carbon sink would go and capture all bunch of the COBB and that would put in the atmosphere I'm visit report. Scott Rethink, which spills into this a little bit out of that report. They said if if North America stopped dating animate you could reforest over a third of the North American landmass, and without any re- KABAN eruption without any reduction in carbon emissions, North America would be. Carbon neutral. Just from all of the carbon that would be captured by reforesting that much spice, not to mention the fact that an animal agriculture is responsible for fourteen and a half percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. So you know in addition to all the land that gets rid animal agriculture is responsible for four four and a half percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, so it's more than all of transport combined, so we could electrify all of the ships planes in the world, and that wouldn't have as an impact on emissions as if we stop dating. So reducing you make consumption or even better stopping you. Meat consumption is one of the biggest things we can do. As individuals to lower carbon emissions, going Vegan or vegetarian simple as understanding the impact that making that change is going to make. As JC REESE ANTI? Starts his tedtalk by saying. Before, we dive in I WANNA ask a COUPLA questions first. How many of you are vegetarian or Vegan? A few around maybe five percent. If we asked all US adults, it'd be around five, maybe ten percent. Now how many of you have seen? At least one of the following a video of animal cruelty on factory farms, a documentary were news report on the environmental harms of animal agriculture or a scientific article on the public health issues such as the overuse of antibiotics in animal feed mini. Okay almost everyone probably over ninety five percent now when I see that jump from five percent I. Worry that I've made a huge mistake. Full disclosure I move Vegan. I'm even preachy Vegan. Who tells everyone I meet about the problems of animal farming because I really do think it's one of the most important issues of our time. But my mistake and the mistakes. Other food advocates has been trying to fix these issues solely by telling you personally go vegan vegetarian or to reduce your meat consumption. We need a bigger better solution for broken food system. He also goes on to say. This, but Unfortunately according to USDA data over ninety nine percent of farmed animals live on factory farms. The situation is dire. There, over one hundred billion animals in the global food system, many of them are confined in tiny cages barely larger than their own bodies. Their beaks entails cut off without anesthetic. Suffered Day and night from infectious diseases and intense artificial selection that has them growing so much meat that they collapsed under their own weight. So I guess the question is. How did we get here? And what is really happening I? Guess it's a combination of things like It's just yet. CAPITALISM PEOPLE WANNA eat mates. Night won't to Pao's little Florida's possible. Inside, yes, then businesses do what is doing. They try to work out ways to produce the highest volume of at the cheapest price in that sort of happened over particularly over the last forty fifty years. That's really built up to the point where we now have. Factory farms where animals live. With bread, the genetics of the animals, so that they grow as quickly as possible We put them in environments where we speed up using artificial official, launch and darkness. We sort of speed up the number of days shorten the die for the animals that kind of impacts the homelands make some grimala quickly we feed them through to speed up their growth we cram them in a small space to keep it. Keep the costs down, and then we have to fade them antibiotics, because if we Bell, die because they got so many animals crammed in a small spice, lots of disease can spread easily. And then we consume, it doesn't WanNa say any of this because it is genuinely horrible and so we hide all of that that we not transparent with any of it, so the in consumer will, the end says they will into the supermarket as a beautifully packaged pace of. There's a picture of smiling farmer and a happy looking cow and we can sort of ignorance is bliss. We can go pick up that mate at a process and take it home and cook with we kind of Shut our eyes to to what actually goes on to produce. The mate and industry doesn't want you to say that because put off fine the mate, so they do everything they can to not be transparent with the process, and and to sort of paint, a picture over the top of a of which is the reality of what actually happens. Fared print read an interesting article on antibiotics within the food system, showing research by the FDA, stating that more than twenty million pounds of medically imported antibiotic drugs was sold for us on livestock farms in two thousand fourteen. This was about eighty percent of all antibiotics sold because of the growth advantage of non therapeutic antibiotics, which other is that? He uses Pepsi's other than treating disease. These were routinely given to livestock, poultry and fish on industrial femmes, until the FDA effectively banned the practice in two thousand and seventeen. So seventy years ago I started a food podcast called the bond apathy podcast. It was around our relationships with food, and what our memories around food were growing up. I've interviewed a lot of people around the topic of food,.

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"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"As. and so what we've done is in his minimally processed. Why as possible we basically taken the mushroom intended into something that tastes like poco, braised beef or beef brisket. You get that delicious taste and texture Um while still getting a really minimally processed natural healthy product. Okay and did you apply the learnings and the psychology of behavior from shoes of prey to fable millennia that experience is that asking customers what they want? is fraught with all sorts of challenges. Often the customer will tell you what I think that you want to hear a or they don't actually really know what they want. Because what's in their conscious mind is different to this conscious mind, so the way of Plod those leanings with fable is. it's much better to what Cha consumers behave and in this category of of Middleton, lives There are the main alternative on the shelf in will lifts and calls so can literally into the supermarket. What shall custom is a shopping that that range of products can see which products they pick up and put back on the shelf, and then I can see which ones I pick up and putting the shopping basket. And then I can go and ask them you know. Did. What did you buy that one in what was it that made you buy this one? But you purchasing an so you can actually see how they behave and then Austin questions to understand that behavior as opposed to just asking questions without what she be high via. Yesterday coconut cream car with potatoes and fables, blonde based braised beef product and I have to say that it got swiped. Rachelle and I aided for lunch and then finished it for dinner. You can get fable in. And in stores if you go to fable fhu dot, com. Slash way. W. H. E. R. E.. It'll give you options of way you can. find fable based on where you are located. When we come back the real reason why incorporating an adding some of these meat alternatives. Do Your Diet is good. Not just for the planet. But could save you from dealing away some fundamental health issues..

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"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"With shoes of Pry we. WE MISSED UP market. Research basically like so we had initially done really well. In this niche of creative customers who are passionate about designing their insurance We had lots of mass market customers coming to our website exploring designing our insurance, but that just went buying so we did a whole bunch of market research surveys. Focus groups interviews with those mass market customer to understand why you coming, and why buying basically, and what would it take to get you to design your own shoes and the mass market customer basically explained that that wanted they loved the concept. That's why they're coming to the sought. I really wanted to design their shoes but we needed to do three things. We needed to speed up delivery times. We needed to not charge a premium for customization. And we needed to simplify the shoe design experience so we went out and raised capital, and built our true factory. Hot Suffer Engineers to simplify shoot as on experience with our on shoe factory where he sped up the late. Tom Designing issues and receiving them. And we lowered. The unit costs above the retail price, so we delivered the value proposition that the mass market customer told us she wanted and that we drew out through mockery research. But ultimately we didn't. We grew so of we kinda five x the size of the business which should have grown much much more. If the value proposition was resonating, we'd built the value proposition, so we can now watch how consumers behaved on our website and what we saw when we watch their behavior. Was that this mess? Market customer really didn't want to customize. She kinda struggled with the design process. She really just wanted to be told. Told what to wear, you want to see what's popular instagram and in fashion magazines and buy that exact design that is designed as put together and even by that exact brand, and this wasn't something that she could that. She was conscious of so when when we asked her she's. She told us she wanted to designer and shoes, and she gave the reasons why I'm so consciously. She thought she wanted to customize, but deep down subconsciously. She didn't WanNa do it and it was subconscious that she couldn't actually explain why I'm and in any kind of decision, making your subconscious is more powerful than your your conscious so yet value proposition we built just didn't resonate with mess. Knock customers and hear that resulted in US basically closing, choose a PRI- down not returning thirty five million dollars to our investors and having to lay off the two hundred people that weight employed. A to Sydney morning. Herald quote investors have lost millions in the collapse of cult, fashioned tot up shoes of prayer, which went into liquidation, Monday, the eleventh of March. Twenty nineteen shoes of pray received a multimillion dollar funding injection in March twenty, eighteen from the troubled blue-sky alternative investments and US Fund Grey Croft pop spot paused. It's business a few months later. High profile investors included Atlassian Co founder Mike Cannon. Brookes blackbird ventures. COSTLO LA ventures and high end American retailer Nordstrom which opened shoes of prey design centers in some of its stores. The concept was to enable shoppers to customize shoes online and have them delivered in weeks. and quote. With all that history, I bet Michael had some advice for himself and you if you all starting all over again. I'd probably stop from a place of listening and a try and step all the way back so in the example of designing your shoes I'd probably step back and ask a customer like when you're shopping, told me through the experience of the last time you bought a pair of shoes and then just listen and get them to explain you know, and then then drawer out. You know you might want to wrap things like what prompted them to decide to buy a pair of shoes. You know was an event that though a going. To wear the Mashal will something else, but the really actually just ask like stop with really kind of zoomed out questions and listen to what the customer says. And then sort of probe into the areas that I wanted to probe into, but. Stop from a place of doing a little listening. American financing up in Obora. Once said some of the most successful people have known are the ones who do more listening than talking. Okay what about advice for any one of us who has business idea and is about to invest time money and effort into it. If you have business idea. Ideally you can find on something close. Something similar, but customers are already doing and go and watch their behavior. That's not always possible issues apply. It was impossible because that value proposition didn't exist but fable. It is possible because there are other medal tentative. Say so yet in my experience, the ideal scenario is if you can go and watch how customers are behaving a similar scenario. If you can't do that. Then you do need to talk to customers and and get some intuition going yourself, but I think the mistake loaning miata shoes. A PRI- was to really delve down and ask questions like if if you hear what you WanNa, hear Don't get excited and don't necessarily get excited and tech that face value try to delve into really understanding the psychology and the reasoning. US to the date probing questions. To try and understand the background, and it's still hard pressed to don't even know how. That possibly to do issues. But we definitely could have done it better. Better. Okay, so the psychology of everything is kind of important. Because lots of companies spending lots of money and time trying to create the next thing for you to consume. bought. Let's talk about fable. How healthy ease it ready for you! Sometimes think about it on a scale of like bananas, Oreo Norio highly precise food banana, being fresh food, so yeah, everything can kind of sit on a processing style like that so we I am with able to sit much closer to banana the Dr so out product is sixty two percent shitaki mushroom. I'm so Chautauqua Mushrooms out base ingredient and we do. We do very little processing. Processing on that Chautauqua Mushroom we keep keep as many of the nutrients and minerals and everything in the Shikaki. Mushroom and and documentaries are incredibly healthy food that we should be eating. More of in thousands of years I've been used in Chinese medicine and western science is caught up with all of this. They're really high in fiber. the Great School of Vitamin D and an on as well. Even Vitamin B. Twelve and some of the other how to get vitamins. So we should talk you mushroom as advice, ingredient, and then our other ingredients We only use natural ingredients. It's nothing official in the. And yet shortlist of of all natural plant based ingredients, so we could people could buy. Just don't buy fresh. Chautauqua Mushroom and that that would be the equivalent of aiding a banana. People do that. 'cause mushrooms is delicious, but you know people with evolve to love the taste and texture of mate. An Shitaki mushroom isn't quite the same.

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"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"Is Rawnsley if this is your first volume, welcome, this is a weekly series where I go inside the mind of an entrepreneur oddest athlete academic to decipher. What is the psychology of Aud decisions? How I? was going to tell you a joke about three people white, black and Brown. Walk into a bar. and. Being graded by Asian, but In all honesty, some of the serious things look like jokes right now, and some of the jokes look kind of serious. So instead of that here is what I want to stop this volume out with. I did a lot of research into factory farming. Industry and sustainable food. Practices for this. A lot of that research gathered have been from peer reviewed journals amongst other places, but here's the surprising thing, but here's the thing that surprised me the most. Even those peer reviewed journals. Were written by scientists that have been funded in part by the meat industry. So, it is important for you to know that information about this subject is tainted. And the context is super important. Also, please do me a favor and leave me a good review and rating on. Or stitcher say Nice things I realized that could use some. Love on the platforms and review and rating helps us be found by other people, so please send me some love though because of. Today's guests is the CO founder of a company called fable have pocket with Harris Fom and would stores around Australia for their plant based meat, alternative product mainly made of mushrooms, not only that they have a deal with the meal company Molly Spoon and their products are ourselves on the many of Melbourne's two-hatted restaurant dinner by Heston. Yes, that is the same legendary chef Heston Blumenthal. He is an investor. Today's guests name is Michael Fox Michael Fox is a legend in the entrepreneurial space, so I thought about Oscar came what held. He looks like to him. The World Health Organization has said that process mates like sausages in Salami are a constant genyk and red meat is very likely Kosta. And yes, we kind of touched on before. You don't get bowel cancer if you if you eat a plant by Stott. So the meats that we're trying to replicate. Could Fall you in certainly not in anything like the quantities that we ate them. So it depends on what your goal is with. A level of processing goal is to be. Then they're like. This is definitely healthier for you than than eating one hundred and ten kilograms of of animal mate every year. Than secondly, so so if I walk into will with so calls. It's like three quarters. That supermarket is processed food. It's a very small percentage of the supermarkets. Probably less than twenty percent is actually fresh food on that scale of Oriole banana of wanted to develop fable as close to banana as possible. But. My mission is to industrial animal agriculture. I'm I'm not GonNa do that, but serving people fresh mushrooms but if I can do that by moving up the scale, slightly concerning Chautauqua Mushrooms still keeping all the goodness of them in the using other really natural, minimally processing plant based ingredients, but just move out the scallop fraction up from banana, and then produce something that tastes like Mace That's what's going to help. achieve the mission and overall. You know it's not in a perfect world. It would just h talk mushrooms instead of mate, but but that's that's not reality. So this is this is that I think striking the right balance. In today's volume we go into the psychology of consumer behavior highlighting. The issues. With industrial animal agriculture. For context according to Wikipedia I suppose if most of us are getting unused from facebook and instagram than definitions on wikipedia a what someone would search for I? Find I so. Here's a definition. Intensive animal farming or industrial livestock production also known by its opponents as factory farming. He's a type of intensive agriculture, specifically, an approach to animal husbandry designed to maximize production while minimizing costs. In that definition there ought to references. The first reference is to the would factory farming, and the second is the whole definition as a whole. Ready. The second definite. References affords. Titled why Factory Farming Isn't what you think. This article goes into some numbers of what constitutes a healthy factory farm and Y weakened consider a middle ground, and not the far extreme versions of what we see went pedo. Or any other charities social enterprise colored what you want needs to get your attention. The first reference to the woods factory farming leads me to York Times Opinion, article titled Why Industrial Farms. Are Good for the environment. Do Your own research in see all sides before deciding where on the scale of conservative to you are. Based on any topic, you are considering I suppose so. Everything has a back story and like most entrepreneurs that ginny helps give context for the information you're.

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"michael fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Infected yet another high ranking politician. This time, it's Brazil's president, Jacobo Sonando, who's downplayed and even mocked the virus for months. Now, reporter Michael Fox is in the Brazilian city of Florianopolis reports that both Sonata revealed his diagnosis on television. It was basically telling people that he's feeling good. She's feeling fine. Thank Yu to his supporters that we're praying for him, and he was saying that even those who work praying for him that's all right with them. And then he basically reiterated things that you know, he's always said since the very beginning that It's not that big of a deal. He's feeling OK, and for those people that are worried about it, Even if they got it, the chances of it being very serious is next to nothing. How surprising is this? I mean, did you expect Wilson Otto to reveal that he's tested positive for carnivores? It's surprising that he's come down with it. It's kind of ironic. I didn't expect him. T be revealing that we saw something very similar happened roughly three months ago when Just after Bush in Otto and his whole team travelled to the United States to meet with Trump. Roughly two dozen of his top officials came down with the virus. They had contract it in the U. S. And many people suspect that he had also gotten infected were reports saying that he had also come down with it. He did not release his test results at that point, so people were initially expecting at this time. At the same time. Listen, he's been out in the streets with his supporters without a mask four months, So I think it's almost surprising for a lot of people that he hadn't got it in. Already. We've been covering Belson. Autos Failure to act urgently on Cove in 19 for months He famously called it a little flu. How his policies and attitudes on the Corona virus been changing recently or have they Look overall, he still says it's the same thing. You're selecting that clip earlier. This is not a big deal. Even if you got it. It wouldn't be that serious, so you don't have to worry about it. But there has been an interesting move. Just last week, he signed into effect a bill that had been passed by the Senate, the Congress mandating the use of masks across the country in public places. Now he vetoed the section of it, mandating it in places of worship churches, businesses, But the fact that he took that measure to mandate it at least inside that building into law in public places is an important step, considering that he himself has been flogging that very thing. In fact, there was a federal judge just a couple weeks ago that mandated Did he wear a mask in public when he's with his supporters? Well, didn't both on our own today say that he's been taking hydroxy clerk win and that made him feel confidence that he would be fine. Absolutely. He did. Yeah, that was one of things that he made up front and center. He mentioned that he took it last night. He took it in the morning and started feeling much better once he took it, so he's kind of using this moment as a pedestal. Teo push his his his theories and his goals ofthe hydroxy Clark wanna include Quinn? So yeah, and we should mention that the W H O no longer recommends Hydroxy Clark when as a treatment for covert 19 saying it has little to no reduction in the mortality of hospitalized over 19 patients. Final question. Michael did Belson Otto say whether he's taking time off stepping back to be treated, or is he just gonna plow ahead and be president? He's going to plow ahead be president. But what he did say was, he canceled several trips and several meetings that he had for this week. There are at least three we know that he's cancelled so far, and he ducked out of meetings earlier just yesterday. So he's still planning on being as active as possible. He's definitely not taking time and stepping back, at least in the near future. We'll see what happens in the coming days. Of course, it's Corona virus. We don't know how it's going to impact them as this week goes on, but until right now he is he's pushing forward. Reporter Michael Fox in Florianopolis, Brazil. Michael Thanks so much, Thank you. Ever since the Corona virus first exploded across the planet. We've been told that we can take back control of our lives. Once we have a vaccine. The moment we're all waiting for, well, maybe not everybody, according to a new survey in the UK, nearly one in six Brits say they'll refused to take a Corona virus vaccine. Iran. Ahmed is the chief executive of the Center for countering Digital Hate in London, a nonprofit that commissioned the survey. Imran. That's a staggering number of people who plan to avoid a vaccine. What were the reasons they gave? Yes, we had one in six British people who said they definitely wouldn't or possibly wouldn't take a vaccine. We have another one in six who said that they were unsure. And so in total, three and 10 people were saying that they were back. Seen hesitant on we actually carried out the same survey in the US and found it was even higher there. So it was foreign 10 in the United States. This is done by Yugo for us on the reasons that people have are very varied, but what we know is that they've all swallowed misinformation of some kind. So in your survey. Did you ask people where they get their information so you could do delineate? Are they getting it from Social media? Are they getting it from traditional media? Let's that kind of thing. That's exactly what we did. In fact, we looked at their media consumption. Not to want to vaccinate on what's bean. Individual passing onto another. The original sources are a small number.

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"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Look for you know for for neo coming guys like remain franken saginaw michigan <hes> an object from russia and others but <hes> they were division is is is is a really interesting space at home listen. He's interesting conversation in a year from now. You know the champions on house looking. You got two guys. The need to give up some rematches is man. You got michael fox. He's out there just waiting for his rematch and it's looking like jerry. Arrays is looking like jerry forest once his rematch chant you gotta set those up. Man now goes back. I'm i'm i'm pulling your leg. I'm pulling your leg because there's not enough demand. There's not enough demand <hes> but now button esther the good thing that you gotta you gotta get credit where credit is due. Is that both of you guys. Both of these fights were tough guy. Fawkes went on to beat festival. Dean olympic gold medalist top prospect rawson e._s._p._n. After chef <hes> so what what what you gotta give props promises do and these guys both spoken about the eastside guys in fact on <hes> struggle trying wanted to find the best possible competition one warranty fights and <hes> you know and i what kind of you know on a on mid level not not for not for huge money just thanksgiving keeping themselves active and wanted to go up the ranks <hes> and you know and it's good to be before they get to the top level. How did you so oga share. This is next fight off the fox showtime and we'll see how he gives it. We'll see how he progresses and how those lessons will affect him in despite so as a fighter turned promoter now with some big names you got jarrell miller clarisa shields christina hammer up and coming fighters like you mentioned germain franklin i and obviously volleying in this fight. What are you doing for your fighters to ensure the. They're not in that andy ruiz position. I mean all these interviews. Ruis is doing now saying that before this fight he was broke or before his fight. He lost his house. He couldn't pay his mortgage. You know so <hes>. How were you helping your fighters so that they're not in that position..

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"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Look for you know for for neo coming guys like remain franken saginaw michigan <hes> an object from russia and others but <hes> they were division is is is is a really interesting space at home listen. He's interesting conversation in a year from now. You know the champions on house looking. You got two guys. The need to give up some rematches is man. You got michael fox. He's out there just waiting for his rematch. Looking like jerry arrays is looking like jerry forest once his rematch chant you gotta set those up. Man now goes back. I'm i'm i'm pulling your leg. I'm pulling your leg because there's not enough demand. There's not enough demand <hes> but now button esther a good thing that you gotta you gotta get credit. Where credit is due. Is that both of you guys. Both of these fights were tough guy. Fawkes went on to beat festival. Dean olympic gold medalist top prospect rawson e._s._p._n. After chef <hes> so what what what you gotta give props promises do and these guys both spoken about the eastside guys in fact on <hes> struggle trying wanted to find the best possible competition one warranty fights and <hes> you know and i what kind of you know on a on mid level not not for not for huge money just thanksgiving keeping themselves active and wanted to go up the ranks <hes> and you know and it's good to be before they get to the top level. How did you so oga share. This is next fight off the fox showtime and we'll see how he gives it. We'll see how he progresses and how those lessons will affect him in despite so as a fighter turned promoter now with some big names you got jarrell miller clarisa shields christina hammer up and coming fighters like you mentioned germain franklin i and obviously volleying in this fight. What are you doing for your fighters to ensure the. They're not in that andy ruiz position. I mean all these interviews. Ruis is doing now saying that before this fight he was broke or before his fight. He lost his house. He couldn't pay his mortgage. You know so <hes>. How were you helping your fighters so that they're not in that position..

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Florida Keys, Brian And Florida discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Florida Keys, Brian And Florida discussed on All Things Considered

"Coral reefs are dying around the world and a new study suggests a way to save them the study of the Florida Keys shows that a lot of the stress on corals comes from local sources which means there are things local communities can do to help the corals NPR's pink Wong reports Brian the point has watched half of Florida's corals die off in the past twenty years watching the decline of court what we he has been heartbreaking I live in the Florida Keys and when I moved here in the early nineteen eighties I had no idea that we would be losing these corals the point a professor at Florida Atlantic University has spent his career studying corals at the leaky roof and the Florida Keys he's the lead author on any paper out in the journal marine biology it analyzes thirty years of data he's collected and its conclusion is actually hopeful you've got quite a story here would you put all this together that there actually is hope for coral reefs after all how does he figure a study which showed that warming temperatures were killing off corals but as data actually showed that the corals biggest problem was another human source too much nitrogen it comes from badly treated sewage as well as fertilizer and topsoil from people's yards and farms it feeds blooms of algae that block out the light and also throws off the nutrient balance in the water and make the calls more likely to catch disease to go through coral bleaching and to die Michael fox studies coral reefs at the woods hole oceanographic institution he wasn't involved in the study but he appreciates its long term view we're starting to have enough data to really track the impacts of local scale structures to quarrels over long enough time frames to understand how the communities are changing James Porter at the university of Georgia co authored the Florida study he says that in the past most scientists and the public figure that there was little we could do to help corals unless we fixed all of climate change what our study shows is that taking care of one off from the land which is a local phenomenon that can protect coral reefs to put this is our findings from Florida can apply to reefs around the world and that better sewage and storm water treatment might give corals a fighting chance at surviving climate change ping long NPR

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"michael fox" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"michael fox" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"But if you're not famous, which the mug of your faith. She did a good job last night of being supportive and looking happy and not you know, playing into the rumors that he's in love with the. I mean, he is I think it's mutual also Catherine Zeta Jones such incredible. I mean, I just love her. And you know, I know this is really bad to say, but I get her husband confused with Michael Douglas. That's her husband, Michael, FOX, Michael J, FOX who's that? I don't know. I just there like two old guys in one of them is sick and other one more both sick. But the one that you're thinking is the other one, and then he sick in had like throat cancer and other one has Parkinson's. So they're just like both old men named Michael enthusiasm. Do you ever see that episode which? Of Michael J socks and the Parkinson's and obviously, David. No, okay. I just get them confused. And it's like, I know like she's always there as his plus one. But like, she is, you know. Yeah. And she is she doing it for women of a certain age of all vocally. I totally agree. Okay. So let's break down that was just the general overview who else looked really good though, Nicole Kidman, by the way. I didn't see anything of her because she was. She was at the countdown to the red carpet and who's supposed to, but they did do a good deep dive Kidman because she's been going to award shows for literally twenty years, and she's always best dress or top five and she was very understated. She wore burgundy that we weren't Olivia's wedding long-sleeve sequin dress. I was thinking I really wish that tool of spending. She's just so tall. And they said something really interesting about it. They're like, she's a toll woman and told him and usually shy away from wearing such high heels and she has short husband, and she'd never she is away from Wang and chill. And I love her. I love her. Okay. Let's go through the list of winners. Maybe it'll bring back some movies best motion picture drama bohemian rhapsody. I thought that was a fair. I wouldn't know I thought it was a assessment having seen none of the move. And I really wanted to see it, but I hadn't gotten chance to and now I think it's on demand. I need to see panther never saw two and Ben was like rooting for the whole time because he thought and he said it was the best movie ever saw yet. I think it was acting. They both said that. So we have a screening. Yeah. Even maybe I love those marvel movies. Transcend like wonder woman also did that until like serious Oscar-nominated films. Have you heard anything about man? Yes, I heard it was horrible. I heard that too. I'm still gonna see I heard it. We heard from the same person, really. Oh, okay. So he's just fighting rumors. I'm going to see it. And I'm gonna love it. I don't care. Also, amber heard was there. And like, I'm sorry. I love her. I'd be like address I didn't like her dress. But I it's not even about who. Just because she's like the most beautiful woman in the world like in like that's her title category. He was like the most googled woman like what last year, and I just like need her to get back together with us. I know or searching Jim Amoah, even though he's very happy with Lisa happy. I know it's this is annoying. I know it's like you're in Hollywood like come on now. Right motion picture musical or comedy green book, which made me wanna see it won't be one. It'd be crazy rotations which was swamped. So I was also how is stars born not musical or comedy. It's musical was drama drama. That's so weird. Isn't that weird? Actually, it's not considered a musical just because it has music a musical is like if we're just talking in. Then we starting. No damn raise in ever acts. Like, it's room will be kind of do that..

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Far-right candidate stabbed at campaign event in Brazil

The World

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Far-right candidate stabbed at campaign event in Brazil

"That's both sonata holding up a journalist's camera tripod, and then pretending to use it as machine gun and the candidate is saying we are going to execute our political opponents, by the way, both in auto is sometimes described as Brazil's Donald Trump that scene played out at a campaign rally last week. Now, he's in the hospital most Sinato was stabbed in the stomach yesterday. He survived. But doctors say a full recovery is going to take months, Michael FOX is a journalist based in Brazil. I asked him first about the attack on presidential candidate, John Bosco. So he was at a campaign rally in town in media should ice about one hundred twenty five miles north of Rio de Janeiro. So southern Brazil eastern coast. He was being carried through the streets by his supporters when assailant came up and stabbed him in the gut. He kind of bent over. According to local reports, the supporters beat the assailant, and then he was rushed to the hospital originally. They thought it was just a superficial. Wound bought a fawn further tests. They noticed he was hemorrhaging. It had hit a vein in his abdomen and two or three cuts to his intestines. So he underwent surgery, which he laughed last night around seven PM in a stable condition. And that's the situation right now this morning. He was brought to a hospital in Sao Paulo where they're like you said he expects to be there for roughly seven to ten days. But this is just a terrible terrible turn of events in a campaign that is just flipped on its head is a picture of who both auto is. I mean, he is he really Brazil's Donald Trump. He is Brazil's Donald Trump and more. So he's a former captain in the military under the dictatorship. He's been a congressional Representative for the last twenty years on the far. Right. So his views are extremely have been extremely conservative for a long long time. But that's really garnering support at this moment with this kind of. Groundswell for nationalist populist leaders around the world. So he is so controversial. He's been fine for his sexist, homophobic, and racist rhetoric. He's about to stand trial on the supreme court for comments, racist, homophobic, comments. And he's come out and said that he would rather have his son dead, then be gay. So that's a picture of who this guy is. And why he is so controversial. And why he's so

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