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Conspiracy theories about COVID-19 vaccine reach church leaders

Thank God I'm Atheist

06:08 min | 5 months ago

Conspiracy theories about COVID-19 vaccine reach church leaders

"Moldova. Yeah Moldova Shirt Moldova right. It's a church that I'm going to be talking about. Oh or I should say. The Orthodox Church in Moldova has denounced the potential covid vaccine as an anti-christian plot. Oh Yeah Oh yeah yeah. They're they're getting they're getting out there. Quick early good. They wanted to stay ahead of these things. Oh yeah absolutely. Do you know they say that it's a satanic plan microchip people and at least to introduce other foreign devices into the human body and this is so just like straight down the standard conspiracy theory line believable. Let's see they can't. This was a press release right from the Church success. Global Anti Christian system wants to introduce microchips into people's bodies with whose help they can control them through five g technology. The claim that Bill Gates you know of course everybody gates. He's new anti Christ. Once Obama left office and disappointingly wasn't the Anti Christ They find one quick. They've been looking trying. Different people on is but gates guy. Yeah so he's apparently the one behind creating this microchip technology And died they plan on introducing into the population through a covid vaccine? The the statement says quote vaccination introduces nanoparticles into the body. The react to the waves transmitted by five G. Technology and allow the system to control humans remotely. Wow what in the fuck where? It's what it's amazing. Listen there was a there was an article that came out. I actually talked about this on How TO HURTIG? There was an article that came out that said that forty percent of United States Republicans believe. That's true then the whole thing. There's like you know not necessarily the five G. or the whatever but like the Bill Gates is going to try and like Mo- microchip forty percent of Republicans in the US. Believe God this is just all somebody like Alex Jones has to do is just like think it up say and then everybody believes it whether this came directly from him or not but like his he did. He started he. Actually you did. He never never never mind any of that like this. Is I don't understand these conservative Christian types who are seemingly like what what what do they have against medical intervention and protecting themselves against something that maybe wouldn't hurt them specifically very much but that on a grand scale is going to hurt a lot of people. I'll tell you why not be part of the solution instead of and like the an seriously it's anything that comes down the pike with with covid nineteen. They're dead set against any of helping them. Whether it's masks of social distancing like Christianity is just better than that and it's like Yuck is wrong with you people because they're covered in Christ's blood which is so much better and they're they're safe there. It's all just a hoax anyway. Yeah unfortunately there's a far too much on the Internet and far too little far too few people who are able to actually think their way to Healthy thinking about anything these days so mask and why to me. What did T mobile do? How did they up well? I think that was another non. Somebody somebody just said. Hey Watch out for five G. The they're putting their crazy like. Why are you towers are being installed like what was it? And then at somebody just said it and all they have to say it and then everybody loses their goddamn minds. They're being trained to not believe any official story. That comes out so excited. They believe that what I don't understand is if you if you if you're so like unwilling to believe anything right that's real. What is it about the most crazy the most insane thing imaginable? Why is that the one you pick? Yeah have you read their book because I read a lot of their book? And it's like if you believe in that book than you expect crazy like that's how you think the is supposed to work is like insane machinations and evil coming from every every corner of the earth and so you see a five. G. Tower being put in your sight. Oh my God that's GonNa kill us. That's commonly kill us that Satan right there. I'm pretty sure you see them. Being installed around town like fucking everywhere. Yeah it's it's good it's The they're putting demons directly into the airwaves. Great

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"moldova" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

11:49 min | 10 months ago

"moldova" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Preserve our national identity. The second largest city would be built. So you'll be going up north and I think it's about three hours so probably a two day trip l.. Tae For their. It's better kind of to know in terms of language would be Russian Russian. I think it's more widely spoken but also the center of the city to visit. I'm really not really familiar. We will have been there once but the one that I remember the most. It's I think the language impact was very interesting. So one of the things that happened. After places were annexed by the Soviet Union is they tended to bring in people from other parts of Russia. So I'm guessing that happened more here because there's more of a Russian influences what you're saying it's going to be different cultures different. I would say culture kind of stays the same food as well but the language would be a bit different. Got It. Yeah that would be an also in the south. You feel very adventurous. There's villages in the south. So technically a few villages would would be of Dharma or Tuleya. There's you'll find monuments and museums so a lot of villages. They have their own museum. So what so you will see going into the south. You just see I would say out entity you're not looking for a while this massive or so big or so just looking king for authenticity you see how people live and how they're doing daily in. How hospitable they are and how amazingly great nice because Moldova is very welcoming? Well it's a very small country so they're always happy to have travelers coming in and discovering the beautiful country that it is one of the things. I'd have to say that I was surprised. The more I heard about. Moldova is the wine heritage because we're we are in a cooler region but of course this used to be part of Romania. Romania was part of Rome. Sue It's GONNA wind heritage going back two thousand years or so. I completely completely forgot to mention this but we do love our wine crate. We also have one of the longest wineries in the world. So underground underground wineries were stored so Moldova has a very fertile soil and we grow a lot of grapes. Actually Moldova is in shape of great. Just the country's shape it's free so I think what has to use a lot of imagination to see a great okay coincidence or not. It's not great but it's called the conglomeration of graves. Cluster of grapes. Yes so we have a few wineries that are very popular worldwide. Ain't and that would be near lashed each and Coca Cola. I've visited curricula and Is the second largest winery in the world. We it's very beautifully made. Just the grounds are so beautiful just to going there. You take a small train and you go inside. There's a lot of tastings green in the wine cellar. Okay I streets inside. That's why there is the second largest I. Yeah I just wanted to clarify that. I was understanding correctly because that is unusual. Their streets underground. There's different sellers. There's needing rules lose and tasting regions where he can see me and try out different types of wines and also a lot of people and influential people. They astore wine there for you okay. So you'd see just bottles dusted wish dust in because they've been there for so long hum floor to ceiling so you go for the sellers get on the train you brought to this section of the seller see someone go to the section of the seller and then have some tastings. It's just very interesting and I would say it's very modern and beautifully made for everyone who visits to experience doc part because yes we do have a lot of wine and people make their own wine because we have so much land with grapes. People would just make their own mine out of grapes and I. When I was small my relatives they would make it in their basement? SPROUL so you have easy access to drink in moderation gestures as he the the thing that you didn't say as you said you were talking about the world's second largest collection of wine in the world the largest collection is also in Moldova. That is militia. Mitch Mitch Okay. Yes we have creek of our poor car in humilation each okay. So it's the small niche in small so small militia which is completely appropriately named not not really small. But yeah okay which is also at both of these are relatively close to the capital city. Oh yes I mean Mugabe's a very small country one take your days to grow for one side to the upper it's really in terms of even wineries. It's a day trip in terms of market today. Trip were were. Hey that gets a day trip so everything can be done As well and I say that that's what surprised me about Moldova. Are there other things that I don't know that would be even more sporadic. Well our traditions in terms of if you have a chance to go Easter time or shell wedding bouquet. I think it would be very interesting to see how we have some beautiful traditions or their other other times of year that you must be in Moldova. I think if you want to experience the changing of the season would be full as well. Okay get out of the city. It's very beautiful to see the season changing one of the questions they usually ask at the end. I'm going to put up to this. Part of the conversation is is the. If you're standing in the prettiest spot in Moldova. Where you standing? What are you looking at me would be the older? Hey of the older. Okay okay. You're standing up by the church looking out on the village and the Valley and Valley yes just breathtaking excellent excellent. Is there any other places that you really recommend. People get to in Moldova in terms of transportation would recommend to rent a car. Try or public transit. Does it cover outside of the city. Renting a car is the way to go and my advice if you go to Moldova and it's your first time when you probably you know you might not come back. Try the traditional food be open minded with people because the our culture alternative. Generally if you walk on the street. People won't necessarily smile at your you small smile at people or something. It's a bit more reserved so be considerate red. And don't think like. Hey you're rude. It's just how the culture is and I would say that's typical with four Soviet Eastern European countries. Exactly I would expect that here but I would expect it elsewhere because it's very different from the Western culture so people actually when they know they're very nice and very confirming they will help you with anything and will give you so many things to exploring the area. But if they don't know you they would just be a bit a bit shy to say the least be open minded and discover place. Yes try the wineries go tied the CD just explored the center of the capital. If you like nightclubs CBS clubs. We have a very wonderful seen that Oh and also get a try to our traditional music goto local concert. There's a song song that the whole Globe knows which is the new one of my song that was originally from old ova. Just if you WANNA even dive even deeper are traditional national songs just the folklore. It's very different from what you've heard. Probably so listen when you're there explore more just to get into the culture a a bit more and then last question if you had to summarize motive in three words what three words would you pick cultural beautiful wonderful in a nature way. The nature is very beautiful and being very welcoming people very cultural welcoming being and it's very beautiful in places to see in it's for you to come and enjoy it. There's not a lot of tourists coming in. So if you want to discover country in its it's natural state that would be a great place to go excellent our guest again. It's been Christina Moods can from finding elevation dot com and as we said at the beginning that is not a travel site. So we're not going to send you the best blog. Post there on Moldova but Christina. Thank you for coming on on amateur traveler and talking to us about your love for Moldova. I guess unless you're having role in the community I wanted to give you birthdate on the I tunes enhanced version of the show. I've mentioned a couple times on the air here that I've got some problems with producing that going. Forward forward because apple has discontinued the software that I use to create the fact they discontinued it a number of years ago. I double checked and the version of the garage abandon. I'm using US four versions ago four major versions ago and has from two thousand and eleven. So it's only barely from the decade that we just just finished here and my editor for instance just upgraded his Mac to the latest version and can no longer run that software so that goes half of the support for that version. Just went away from me and so I have to do it myself. I am trying to find software so I can do the same thing with the enhanced version but in the MP three format format that most of you are now subscribed to there are some solutions out there. And so far. Everyone that I've seen has been pretty awful in terms of production flow. Oh and so. I'm still looking for that and hope to have some updates on that going forward but I just did want to let you know that. Don't be surprised if the enhanced version goes away at some point if I accidentally press the update button on my computer then I won't be able to run that software anymore so it's really that close to extinction at this point until until I can find a different solution one other change to the show that I'm hoping to make this year is I've had a number of people who requested a Patriae. On version of amateur traveler traveler that is to be able to support Ama- traveler using a regular patriae on contribution. And I'm looking at doing that here. In the first part probably the first quarter of two thousand twenty. But I'm looking for ideas of what I can provide you value whether it'd be special episodes on something on topics for instance in travel or I access to amateur traveler trips. If you have ideas on that I'm going to start a thread in the amateur travel facebook group that's facebook dot com slash amateur traveler to discuss. What kind of things would be of value to you the listener so that we can potentially get that starting again? I'm doing that because people have requested that they would like to be able to support the show. There will still be a free version of the show as well with that. We're going to end this episode of Amateur Traveller Traveler. Puberty questions sent an email to hosted amateur traveler dot com or better yet. Leave a comment on this episode at Amateur Travel Dot Com. Thanks so much for listening..

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A Beginner's Guide To Visiting Moldova

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

08:53 min | 10 months ago

A Beginner's Guide To Visiting Moldova

"I like to welcome to the show Christina Lescot from a finding elevation dot com which is a mindfulness website but she is also also from Moldova. Originally and come to talk to us about her home country original home country country of origin. Moldova Christina welcome to the show so much for having me Chris I feel like I could possibly said that more awkwardly but the I think that was awkward enough you so you were born in Moldova. But don't live there now. Yes I was born and raised and I laughed when I was nineteen and I'm currently in Canada so I will wear Moldova. I'm not sure that everybody could even put it on a map. Yeah that's a very valid question and fraud years. I was just thinking I should just make a card in every time I introduced myself someone. Just keep them the card hard and they're like. Hey this is where it is because the second question when everybody finds out at them from all the ways where is that so quite used to it already. has anyone anyone ever accused you of making up a country not yet detail. kind of thinking might happen in future. But it's actually in Ulster era. Settle in right next to Ukraine and Romania. So it's a very small country. Okay and in fact as I went to mispronounce ear name you had to tell me the Romanian pronunciation of it so the language there at least the language you spoke was Romanian. Yes we do. I have a few letters that are not used to the American side. Have a few extra letters in our alphabet that we're using it quite often and then why should someone travel to Moldova Raw. First of all would be because nobody really goes there. Technically if you're looking for for a country that it's still very cultural and it's still not tainted by tourism because tourism tends to when people go to one country and they go so in massive numbers the culture kind of gets lost in between in Moldova. Everything is quiet of people go and they see how it is this in this point in time without having to many tourists. So you won't have to deal with very high prices and generally you'll be discovering in culture that you've never really experienced before so if you're the person for looking for going to places that people don't usually go to Moldova as a really crepe place to start and we're talking about as you said a small country about I was just looking at two hundred ninety times smaller than the US us to take a whole year to visit all of Moldova. What would you recommend? We do. Say A one week itinerary. Okay so so you'll definitely be landing in the capital which is canal sue Maybe about two hundred thousand or five hundred thousand people. Oh it's very developed. It's very beautiful so there's a lot of neighborhoods to go around now. There are a lot of popular places in kitchen now. So the the main plays up people go to would be the cathedral and the Stephan the great wanting to which is right in the center of the capital capital and where you have the National Park Swell so technically. This is the main street in the center. This is where they new year's facilities are happening so y Stephan. The Great Park is important. Because he was I would say he was like a king in our country. We call it like a ruler. So he won a lot of bottles and every bottle he won. He would build the monastery. So we have a lot of monasteries in our country that would be if you're going directly to to the center of the city so this everything closed by you just take taxi. Were Public Transit. I would definitely challenge you to it from from there. My second favorite place in the capital that you should definitely try it out and go would be the place that we celebrate at the end of the war so dot would be cold the memorial complex attorney. It's also in the center kind of maybe maybe a twenty minutes drive from the center of the city still in the capital. It's one of my favorite places in kitchen house. So this is a place where we commemorate the veterans and every year the stability's for the the end of World War Two happened there and we also have an eternity fire. So there's a fire there. That never goes away. It's always protected by the military. So you can just go around. And there's different monuments and very beautiful sculptures in parks and it's kind of like a major park. Can you can just go there during the day and see it. Now we're too had other changes on Moldova's Moldova as I understand it became part of the USSR at the end of work too. So that is significant for why Moldova exists map as a separate country now is that it was part of Romania before the war part of the USSR until it gained its independence. Much more recently. That happened in one thousand nine hundred one. And that was I would say there's a big change to Moldova's cultural identity and identity in general especially language so we speak Romanian. But because we were a part of your czar We actually had our language colds curious so technically people would when they arrive they were right or million words but with Russian alphabet and also a lot of people will speak Russian so right now Moldova bovine is bilingual. And I would say it's seats at a good fifty fifty percent like if you go there you do very well refreshing language. You'll what else do very well in any language so even with my grandparents or so. They're more verse in Russian Than Me. I speak Romanian Iranian cameleon language however my grandparents They would write in curiel a car. They would not try Romanian. So that's a significant skinned difference. I'm we should point out for people who are not linguis- which I think is probably most of us. That Romanian and Russian are not in the same family group at all Romanian. Being a romance languages closer to French for instance and Russian is a Slavic language. So that's that's quite different to know this you it's Knowing Spanish and French or something like that they are completely different languages and I would say just. The war had such a big impact on us so we grew up with Russian influence. Russian music movies so I would say right now. There is obviously attention between Westernising Housing and going to the West. So it's always kind of Moldova is just in the middle and doesn't really know which way to go. The country just tear east has just had had part of it annexed by Russia as they try and get the band back together. So yeah I would think there'd be some some tension there so where else should we go after you've seen the city which there's a lot more places you obviously there's a lot of neighborhoods. I'm going to be biased entirely. Okay my favorite neighborhood is China. And that's because that is the place I spend my childhood in just walked in the streets and going to the local market it and discovering the people and there's a big alley that goes for quite a few blocks so usually when I was small. My parents would take me out there and we just walk doc do in the evenings on that massive Allie from one side to the other. There's a lot of restaurants and stores that you can check out this well and while you are in the center of the city definitely definitely try. Our cuisine. Moldova is very popular for having their a traditional food. which for me was kind of a difference because when I came to Canada was looking for traditional food but I couldn't really find it because we are so specific jake like we do have traditional food and every time we go away? We always crave it so we have like different restaurants and places we can go and buy. And I. Don't know Moldovan traditional food so it's going to be similar more similar Romanian. I'm assuming then Slavic so I'm not talking about the noodle dumplings swings and things like that. I'm talking about more stews actually. It's our traditional. Food is Komal Ga.. which is very great? Is this made off cornflower in. Eat It with your hands along with cottage

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3 Movies to Check Out This Summer

FT Everything Else

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

3 Movies to Check Out This Summer

"If you were to give tips to check out this summer, what would you say are the three best films that you saw can so of the films that I saw which are coming out, fairly imminently, the Tarantino fell once upon a time in Hollywood, which comes out worldwide in July and August. There's also the new petrol Moldova film pain and glory, which is a great performance by Antonio Banderas sort of playing version of the Spanish, filmmaker himself, and the other thing, which is coming out a little bit later in the year which in the autumn, it is the new Ken Loach Ville, sorry. We missed you. There's something everyone something for everyone. Definitely. Great. Well, thanks for those tips.

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Explainer 169: What is going on in Moldova?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:26 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 169: What is going on in Moldova?

"Moldova's forays into the headlines are rare explainer seeking to explain Moldova should probably therefore start with the basics. It's just next to the top, right hand corner of Romania alongside the border with Ukraine population, three million and change about the same size as Belgium independent since the collapse of the Soviet Union in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. If you have read or heard much about Moldova before, now it has probably been about the part of Moldova that wishes it wasn't part of Moldova. This is the strange geopolitical normally of the Preakness strove, Ian Maldivian Republic, better known as Transnistria a sliver of land squeezed between the Dniester river and Ukraine, which operates as a sort of Soviet Russia theme park. Transnistria still erect statues of Lenin flies. The hammer and sickle on its flag and has become a staple destination for chortling travel. Writings. Also in the least visited country in Europe. The fact is that more people visit my local Tesco every day, the visit Moldova every year, but it is in Moldova proper, where curious things are refute this week to the extent that as we go to where it's not entirely clear who if anyone is roaming the country. A Russia, this question has been imported for one society for years. And these elections are out exception through main players through Bharti's that will likely for the parliament, socialist party that has pro Russian Democratic Party that is rather for your being Italy formed position. Block are Coon, that is strongly, breer, opinion of these. Its roots in Moldova's, most recent general election back in February. It was a close run thing, the pro Russian socialist party finished first, but the pro e u Democratic Party and a alliance finished a close second and third respectively. Nobody had a parliamentary majority. Confusing matters further, where plausible allegations of vote-buying ballot stuffing and other shenanigans largely on the part of the socialists. Disdain to happen, and then people will regain their trust in the country, and then we'll start building democracy will strengthen the state's accuses which would what for citizens and not for some could be. After some months of inconclusive wrangling, this past weekend, the pro Russian socialists and the pro e u a alliance agreed to form an unlikely governing coalition to be led by the alliance's, Maya Sandhu previously, Moldova's minister for education, who would become prime minister Moldova's eighth prime minister this decade, the country is no stranger to political crisis. Cutting us Ohka. Tara. The legality of this arrangement was challenged by Democratic Party leader and Feltham, Leslie wealthy oligarch Vlad to blow hot New York v socialists and ako headed knitted that the principal common core's was preventing plot New York becoming any more powerful in Moldova than he already is plot. New York claimed vade narrowly missed the ninety day deadline for the certification of election results to form a new government, and that president eagle, Dodon himself, allied to the socialists, should therefore, have called new elections, Moldova's constitutional court known to be heavily staffed by associates of plot New York. Agreed with this interpretation of a technicality. Suspended president Dodon and replaced him with previous prime Minister Pavel Filip of Vlad, plot nukes, Democrats, as temporary acting president, Philip dissolved parliament and Cole. New elections for September sixth. But president Dodon Andy socialist ako alliance have refused to recognize this directive, this meant that by Sunday, roughly everybody in Moldova had grounds for suspecting nefarious hidden forces had enacted, a coup, d'etat against their preferred party by Monday, the socialist coalition. And the Democratic Party were each acting like they were in charge conducting Simitis rival cabinet meetings in Chisinau, Moldova's capital, Maya Sanders ministers met in parliament, parvo Phillips, in government house, students of history, will be aware of how will having to governments at once usually works out for a country. As to what happens in the days and weeks ahead, the only reasonable hope is, as little as possible, obscure local difficulties in this part of Europe have had a habit of spreading Russia, which has fifteen hundred troops. I'd like next door in Transnistria says it backs the socialist ako coalition. The US the EU and NATO have issued cagey statements calling for restraint dialogue and so on, but essentially respecting the February election results, and therefore, the socialist Achim coalition. There are some causes for up to mizzen the socialist Achim coalition is effectively, a government of national unity yoki together Moldova's pro Russian conservative forces. And it's pro e u center. Right. Which means it has support among all dove is all the generations, and it's younger urban middle classes as well as from Moscow and Brussels, it does in theory command, a handy, parliamentary majority. And if it has taken a stand on the principle, that one businessman shouldn't get to run an entire country. That surely cannot be a thing. From twenty four I'm from.

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Tom, Turkey And NCR discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Tom, Turkey And NCR discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Today is a very good day. Because today Darius we get to talk about new Tele Finally, I mean, I love new Tele I know you love new Bella. I mean, everybody loves new talents to love. But by supply of this beloved embrose, you'll chocolate paste, you could be under threat Stacey. And it's because of something that gives new Tele its characteristic flavor hazelnuts. Yes, he's nuts. Have a problem. A serious supply bottleneck more than seventy percent of the world's hazelnuts come from one place from Turkey. In fact, a quarter of the world's as on. That's come from just this one tiny town in Turkey, and that of course, leaves production and new Tele lovers everywhere very vulnerable. Right. I mean just a few years ago. There was an unexpected frost and Turkey that wiped out a huge chunk of the crop. And prices jumped like sixty percent and threatened a worldwide. Tele shortage that's like the fifth horseman of the apocalypse pestilence. Plague no new tell. And I mean, even in the best of times Turkey is, you know, a little bit of an unreliable Rulli. Turkish lira goes up and down the price of hazelnuts can fluctuate accordingly, and it, you know, it just leaves Packers and producers on the hook. But luckily for us one man is on the case today the show how one man's lifelong obsession with easel. Nets could help save new Tele and revolutionized an entire global industry. Support for this podcast and the following message come from zoom when you can't be there in person zoom zoom is used by millions to connect face to face one easy platform for all your communication needs. Visit zoom online to set up your free account today. Meet happy with zoom. Support. Also comes from NC are running a small business is now easier with NC are silver more than a point of sale. NCR silver is simple to use saves. You time and helps you reach your goals faster NCR, silver, search NCR silver. I I met biologists. Tom Molnar in his office at the Rutgers University ornamental field lab, he was surrounded by these big plastic Finns just filled with thousands upon thousands of pavements. For example, here's one that has has ridges and lumps and to me. That's that's kind of an ugly looking hazelnut. Whereas something like this here, the really, shiny. And smooth for the past twenty three years. This has been Tom's life. Just sifting through endless piles of hazelnuts in search of that one perfect. Now, we mentioned that the hazelnut industry has a supply problem Turkey has a stranglehold on production. So the obvious solution to that problem would be to find a new place to grow hazelnuts and the east coast of the United States would be perfect perfect growing conditions, except for one thing we would have had a hazelnut industry in the northeast. If it wasn't for eastern Filbert play eastern Filbert plight. It's a fungal disease. It's native to North America. And it it grows under the bark of hazelnut trees, and kind of rots them from the inside infected trees, they develop these tail till cankers on their bark Tom actually took me out to his research orchard and showed me some of them firsthand. So as we look down here, you'll see that there's little fuss Joel's that poke out through. So those are like little mushrooms, those are the fruiting bodies where the scores. Actually be objected from and spread to other trees fruiting body, fungal pustule, go from new talent fruiting bodies. This fungus has been Tom's sworn nemesis for twenty three years that was when he got involved in this ambitious project to develop hazelnuts as this sort of like utopian post climate change food source. Yes. Because hazelnuts in addition to being delicious are this kind of miracle crop there. What is known as a low input crop. Meaning they can grow without irrigation without chemical fertilizers pesticides. And they can grow on. What is called marginal land? Landa would otherwise be useless. Plus, the harvesting of hazelnuts can be mechanized. So it doesn't necessarily require that much labor and a single hazelnut. Tree can be productive for up to a hundred years. The only problem they needed to solve to make this happen to cover the east coast with hazelnut. Trees was eastern Filbert blight and Tom's plan to do that was based on very simple yet revolu. Idea. See his aunts. They've grown naturally all over eastern Europe and central Asia for thousands of years. And so Tom figured that somewhere out there among the many millions of hazelnut trees, the gene for disease resistance that he needed was hiding like a needle in a massive haystack. So he set out to find that gene, we started in Moscow travelled south going through Krasnodar into Sochi and then into Crimea than we flew up to Romania and Moldova. The Poland and Belarus follow that up through the Baltic states Estonia, Latvia Lithuania for seven years, Tom traveled, all over the native hazelnut range collecting specimens, and this was not your typical horticultural fieldwork. I mean, it could involve everything from like haggling with merchants in a bizarre and who's Becca STAN to like sharing a glass of homemade vodka with little old lady at a roadside stand in Crimea once while crossing into Ukraine with eighty pounds of nuts in his suitcase. He. Even got shaken down by the local police they start screaming at me. They start screaming at my colleagues have guns, and this is silly. But at the same time, I had a suitcase full of all the nuts that I so desperately did not want to lose. So I'm nervous about the nuts. I'm nervous. We're gonna get robbed or worse. But you were more worried about the nuts than the money. I was very nervous about the nuts. Those were my babies. Those were his babies band is is really Portas heart and soul into this project. And he knew that in order to make a commercially viable nut. He needed that perfect combination of traits. And so after years of collecting all this genetic material he came back to New Jersey out to his research farm at Rutgers and he got to work breeding. Yeah. Apparently, Tom planted thousands of trees, and then expose them to the eastern Filbert blight and then just waited and season by season. He meticulously catalogued the growth of each individual tree. Taking note of you know, nut quality looking out for signs of disease.

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Jury in 'El Chapo's' U.S. trial to begin second week of deliberations

Glenn Beck

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Jury in 'El Chapo's' U.S. trial to begin second week of deliberations

"Jurors in Brooklyn are beginning their second week of deliberations in the trial of the accused Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo, Scott Pringle, reports or Joaquin Guzman appears to be content with deliberations dragging on. He hugged one of his lawyers last week. Now, the twelve member jury team Moldova mountain of evidence and testimony Monday through Thursday, but still has not decided whether El Chapo is guilty of running a drug operation that flooded the US with billions of dollars in illegal drugs. The defense argues El Chapo was not the drug orgnisations leader and witnesses were lying to save their own skin.

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Marlins trade All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto to the Phillies.

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Marlins trade All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto to the Phillies.

"Also for baseball Miami finally traded catcher JT rail Moldova goes to the Phillies hunter pants after six years with the giants as a minor league deal with the Texas Rangers baseball's announced they'll no longer referred to it as the disabled list. The switch made the suggestion of advocacy group for the disabled from now on it'll just be called the

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"moldova" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on The Working Experience

"So as the cab from Dublin to the airport, and this driver starts talking to us, he's from Moldova, and he, he's telling us about how he lived in Norway his wife or girlfriend at the time who was sixteen was pregnant and they had to move because it was a legal because she's underage, but in my country, she's nuts. I'm like, good Lord. He's laying it all out too much information. Oh, my and then he's going on about how you know, like saying all these immigrants from other countries didn't wanna work, and you know, they kind of he didn't come out and say it, but like they shouldn't even be allowed in the country meaning Ireland like, but you're an immigrant Ireland's like you work like it's just it's so bizarre. I'll people really just then he's telling me how he hasn't seen his father since he was like eight years old and he's going to go see him in Latvia, but he's really nervous about it. Just went on and on. And on all the way up into your, you're a captive yet at car? Yeah, but it's amazing how there are a lot of people out there who not just cab drivers, but I get the impression. They really don't have a lot of people to talk to or people don't listen to them, or they feel like they don't. So when they get like Bill, they'll start telling people who they don't know that well or they're just coworkers, start laying it all out there, telling them everything. Yeah, there is a. It was a study done a couple years ago in the UK where. You know, they asked. People, you know if something something terrible happen to you, you know how many friends and family can you call upon. You know to help you out so this the survey was done like you know, twenty years prior. So say it was done in like nineteen ninety five. And then it was done again in two thousand fifteen. In ninety five. The predominant answer was five or more friends or family today. The predominant answer is zero..

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"moldova" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"You simply spit into the two provided in your Twenty-three. Meet kit kitten. Mail your saliva back. I did that. All right. Let's tell people what they really want here lies me and I'm going to tell you what we did here. All right, you ready for this. Let's hear it. I am ninety three percent European Jew. Nice western in central Europe, Mike, seven percent like Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and Moravian western Ukraine. Moldova eastern Romania, maybe maybe Romania and that we're Transylvania's Romania is that another country I, it doesn't matter. It was just really neat to see. You know where I sorta come. I'm from dude. I think everybody wants to know where they come from. Where do you come from? Rob, I'm polish. Have you done Twenty-three in me, I have a kit sitting at home that I have not done it in the son of a bitch, and let's get going bud other talk about it next time. Twenty three and me offer so many different reports, rob the bitter taste report, you know anything about that. I don't and sweet and salty reports they can. DNA can play a role in determining your food preferences. Sleep reports, the deep sleep report tells you if you're more likely to be an especially deep sleeper, saturated, fat, and wait reporters, just so much lactose intolerance. I should have read this because I am lactose intolerant. I mean, there's just so much in twenty three meet told you. Yeah. Well, you can order your Twenty-three in me health and ancestry service kit at twenty three and me dot com slash I. Oh, you. That's the number two, three and me dot com..

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Trump lifts donor disclosure for some tax-exempt groups

America's Morning News

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Trump lifts donor disclosure for some tax-exempt groups

"Our elections they did interfere elections it's really clear there should be no. Doubt about that it's also clear, that it didn't have a material effect on our elections but as a. Result of that we passed tough sanctions. On Russia so that we can hold them accountable I understand the desire and. The need to have good relations that that's perfectly reasonable but Russia is a menacing government that. Does not share interests and it does. Not share our values and I think. It should be made very very clear here's what we have already done. And here's what we. Could continue to do which is to put sanctions on. Russia are you just saw the indictments from the special counsel those GRU. Officers I've already seen the intelligence, they were the people that that conducted this suburb tack on our elections We'd, already put in place sanctions if. The financials if the foreign affairs committee. Or in the financial services committee and the Senate banking committee think that there, are other sanctions that we have not yet placed upon Russia. I'm more than, happy to consider those Russia did meddle with our elections not only did Russia meadow in our elections they're doing it around the world they did it to France they did it to Moldova they're, doing it to the Baltics Russia is trying to. Undermine, democracy itself to. De-legitimize, democracy so for some reason they can look good by comparison let's just be really clear about that and the point we're making here is we know the interfere with our elections and we. Have passed sanctions on Russia to hold them accountable and more importantly what we intend to do is to make sure that they don't get away, with it. Again and also to help our, allies to help those democracies those new and, older democracies in the world we're going. To be facing this kind of Russia again this Russia's, aggression again we. Need to make sure that. We can equip them with the tools they need to stop this from Opening their democracies on. The, Muller issue I've. Been, clear from day one he should be allowed to finish as investigation and carry out his work nothing's changed A, Senator Marco Rubio says he can guarantee the Russians will interfere with the next. Election and he's pushing legislation to impose tough sanctions if they do many lawmakers asking what. Happened behind closed doors during that two hour meeting with Vladimir Putin Mike Pompeo is set to testify next week. On that, President Trump tweeting just moments ago Russia's agreed to help with North Korea where. Relationships with us are very good in the process is moving along he says there's no rush the sanctions remain big benefits and exciting future for. North Korea at the end of the process of the. Trump administration's lifting requirements that some tax exempt groups disclosed the identities of donors to federal tax authorities the. Change, benefits groups that spend millions on political ads Republicans accused the IRS during the Obama administration of liberal bias and unfair targeting of conservative tax. Exempt groups now those groups figure. Among the organizations allowed to withhold their names of donors under the new. Policy announced Late Monday treasury officials portrayed the changes as. Important free speech and privacy protections but critics see it as opening the door to more dark money in political campaigns meanwhile unions from around the country are pouring money into Missouri ahead of a statewide. Vote that, could ban mandatory union fees at workplaces it comes just weeks after the supreme. Court issued a ruling that delta blow to public sector unions the group fighting a ballot measure that would make Missouri right to work state is. Outraged opponents by nearly six million dollars over the past. Four months a deadly wildfire near Yosemite national park is filled the area with smoke but it's not keeping. Tourists away from the popular destination despite the conditions tourists are still coming tourist dependent businesses are still open We've seen just a lot, of a lot of smoke the smell of smoke when we went back, to our hotel last night or. Close definitely small lakes Anything We've been planning on coming here for years and finally made it but little. Disappointed but like I, said we're here Here we actually. Have not seen. Any cancellations so which is great and it's not packing business come through forty-one restaurants. Is still open everything, still open That's important to get the message. Out the business Audio courtesy.

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"moldova" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"And the other executive bodies while having the support from the us congress and by the way on june twentieth a resolution has been passed or was passed in support of moldova ukraine and georgia territorial integrity and acknowledging the red lanta has perations so it is extremely important to have the synergy between the three elements in the united states between the congress between the government and between and i would say also the business sector so before we end our interview back to the question of mr lavrov you said that you've had long conversations with him but i didn't get a chance to ask you what what what the response how did he respond to your concerns the conversation was not easy because what i have said clearly that we ended it to engage with the russian federation and that's what i did engaging sergei that that a municipality conference but our relationship or our wish to have this normal relationship should not be done by affecting moldova's independence sovereignty and territorial integrity and my russian counterpart has clearly reiterated that russia supports moldova's territorial integrity sovereignty and independence and in this case we say officially that if we have and we see that russia officially supports moldova's territorial integrity meaning that transdniestrian region should be a part of the of the country while we say if you want to help in this process remove the troops and munitions get the troops out get the troops out at the guns out get the weapons out exactly what's he response to which he responded that these troops are keeping the peace and stability in the region mr early nanyuki this is part of the problem that much of us in the west have seen now in the in the last months regarding russia they seem to say one thing and seem to do something else and the question that i would like to ask you knowing you know very well how to negotiate these circles navigate these circles you recognize what it was that mr lavrov was saying to you is yeah we know what you're saying but we're not going to do anything at this point how do you how do you move on that though how do you how do you change his mind change russia's might or is that even possible under these circumstances that rat now i tried to see not what with russia wants tried to see what moldova wants and what moldova ones and that's perhaps our main task to be vocal and to speak out in washington in germany in france in the european union but also the united nations level that's why i mentioned this historic resolution so for the first time since moldova became independent the united nations which is the biggest body endorsement guys ation in the world has acknowledged that the russian troops are illegally stationing hormone dovers territory this is not a sanction imposing resolution but it's the first time acknowledging the illegality so moldova an hour position we do not want to have a military solution we want to have a civilian at the peace peace peace solution without involving the military but we will not be able to buy or sell would need to feel and we need to have very concrete actions from washington particularly and to engage with us and we are ready to engage on all the dimension that i mentioned to you energy security extremely important for the national security cyber security and military and defence capacities when need to have american leadership in the region because and of course the european support for moldova's european integration to limit the influence and what is i what is extremely important this year and we discussed about these interferences and these interference in domestic affairs are becoming stronger went around the alexa around the elections and we have actions at the end of this year and that is why we are here today in washington saying very clearly don't get involved in the elections but try to help us to secure our internal space without any foreign interference let the people decide for themselves what they want and they wants to have a modern democratic western state but for that to happen the people that are more exposed to the interference and to influence from outside through various modern techniques which are are are known of course we need to secure our space we need to make our institutions more resilient but for this we need to have the support assistance projects development projects investment projects because once moldova will become stronger in national security in cybersecurity even in the.

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"moldova" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"The first time in twenty seven years and the first foreign minister of moldova to present a draft resolution named complete and unconditional withdrawal of foreign troops munitions from moldova where are these troops they are stationed in the region in the eastern part of the republic of moldova called transnistria transdniestria region which is exactly the border with with ukraine and unfortunately in history and region we have two types there's no important here and i'd like to make this clear distinction between the two types of russian forces that are in the in this region of moldova there are socalled peacekeepers following the brief military action night ninety two a ceasefire agreement was signed and the socalled peacekeepers have been stationing since then infrastructure and region of moldova at the same time we have purely bilateral russian troops around seventeen hundred officers and munitions amounting to approximately twenty one thousand tons of ammunition being being stationed and dislocated in moldova's moldova's territory and that contradicts the un charter international law and by our agreements with russia so what was your resolution what what was the what did you say in your resolution that you present it to the un so this resolution was for the first time presented twenty seven years it took courage from our government to do that here's we have managed to have success a historic success this resolution was passed positively by the united nations and it was voted by sixty four votes in favour and fifteen against the name of the resolution it's called complete and unconditional withdrawal of foreign troops and munitions from the moldova's territory so that's a part of a strategy i'm assuming to press forward and move ahead to get the russian troops out of your country exactly we so far or until friday or before friday we had only one well there are several resolutions in principle but one there is an organization for security and cooperation in europe or with see and in nine hundred ninety nine there was the famous eastern bul overseas where the russian federation has undertaken the commitment to fully and unconditionally withdraw the troops what means unconditionally it means that they say well we say that there are two separate projects per processes i is the political settlement of the conflict that we have with this break separatist authorities second is the withdrawal of troops what the russian colleagues are saying that i you have to solve the conflict politically and then they remove the troops well we say that the troops have to be withdrawn in order to provide the non military environment that will facilitate the negotiations that's why we say unconditional so withdrawal of troops should not be conditioned with the political settlement of the conflict because we think there is no there is no conflict and we are promoting the confidence building measure with the transnistrian authorities and the people in our region of transnistria of moldova they're exporting the businesses ninety almost night eighty five to six percent of the businesses are exporting to the european union so we need to remove the military element in the negotiations meaning the withdrawal of troops so the russian influence is not not a good thing right now and that's be clear about this we're not talking about russian people russian people are great people just like moldovans and americans we're talking about the russian government and the russian military that's where the problem comes in so as we examine the situation the current situation do you see any light at the end of this tunnel at this point to get this done and move forward because as you mentioned there's this hybrid warfare campaign that's going on and it seems to be expanding it seems to be growing they're very clever at how they deploy people and their their their their plans and at cetera so where's the light at the end of this tunnel do you see at the ad two things first you mentioned that the people of russia they don't have an we have accident corporation relationship culturally historically with the russian citizens or people and we have almost five hundred thousand moldovans living in the russian federation so we would like to have normal constructive relations with russia and we need to have them to protect our citizens that that live on their territory in the russian federation at the.

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"moldova" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"This episode of target usa my name is poodle leonov scheme i'm the minister of foreign affairs and european integration of the republic of moldova mr early oskar had a conversation with his russian counterpart thurgau lavrov as you may know moldova has a problem with russia as does many of its other neighbours you see russia has troops on moldovan soil troops they don't want and my russian counterpart has clearly reiterated at russia's horse moldova's territorial integrity sovereignty and independence and in this case we say officially that if we have and we see that russia officially supports moldova's territorial integrity meaning that transdniestrian region should be a part of the of the country while we say if you want to help and disposes remove the troops and munitions get the troops out get the troops out the guns i'll get the weapons out exactly what's he response issue responded that these troops are keeping the peace but as russian aggression in the region continues to flourish piece may be a fleeting idea coming up on this edition of target usa the national security podcast from wto in washington dc this is target usa russia could render huge arm to this winter north korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the united states dangerous terrorist dc is repeatedly mentioned someplace they would like to seek an attack cyber criminal success america as a target on its back and on this program we investigate the threats the people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you this is target usa the national security podcast i'm jay jay green many of russia's neighbors are concerned about its revanchist intentions they're worried about the mixed and confusing messages coming from russia on one hand kremlin officials say they support the end dependence and free will of neighboring countries as long as that free will doesn't lead to an alliance with the west that's a part of the problem for moldova foreign minister twodoor leonov ski was in washington on june twenty fifth along with prime minister pablo felipe while here according to susan voiding a mayoral election between a pro russian and pro western candidate generated a lot of attention highlighting moldova's conflicted international stance bouli enough sqi talked about the problems facing moldova while visiting with target usa indeed i'm here in washington as a member of the ligation of the republic of moldova led by the prime minister minister five philippe and we have just finalized a good meeting with secretary of state mike pompeo and we have a vast agenda covering the legislative side meetings on the hill but also meeting with american business community that have or wants to have business relations with moldovan counterparts and as well with organizations here in the us that support and encourage american businesses to come to moldova how was the meeting with secretary pompeo what did you discuss it was a very good meeting focusing on strategic cooperation bilateral cooperation between moldova and the united states of america we have reiterated the the strong political support for strengthening the existing strategic dialogue corporation that we have between our countries and also gradually starting to think about a strategic partnership but with a view to achieve that we have to register some some positive dynamics in the economic field in the political dimension but also in the defense and security cooperation and the american secretary of state bombayo has clearly highlight the strong interest of washington and of the current government for the region where the republic of moldova finds itself and also has clearly stated america's support for moldova moldova's stability moldova's independence but also moldova's democratic progress of reform russia is a big issue for both countries did russia come up in your conversations we have generally covered the geopolitical context and that includes the the ongoing situation in ukraine because moldova has a border with with ukraine and moldova has not recognized the illegal annexation of crimea by the russian federation and or the same metre we really hope for a ceasefire to take place on the eastern part of ukraine.

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Orange-tinted snow makes ski resort look like Mars

Red Eye Radio

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Orange-tinted snow makes ski resort look like Mars

"Skiing on mars that's what one person on social media said it looked like with orange tinted snow on the slopes in eastern europe the strange sight baffled many a ski resorts with pictures on social media placing the orange snow in parts of russia ukraine romania bulgaria and moldova including so chee russia the site of the two thousand fourteen winter olympics meteorologists say there is a reason for the phenomenon the orange snow is caused by sand from storms in the sahara desert being picked up by a storm system with rain and snow i'm alex hinton polls don't bode well for facebook following a breach of trust in the cambridge analytical scandal reuters ipsos online poll found forty one percent of americans trust facebook to obey laws that protect their personal information which is far less than the sixty six percent who said they trust amazon and sixty two percent alphabets google i'm barbara kusak i make my texas superfood from fifty five ross vineripened fruits and vegetables you can see all fifty five on texassuperfood dot com all of the nutrients that we need on a daily basis i lost sixty pounds i mean that's huge since i've been.

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Orange-tinted snow makes ski resort look like Mars

Red Eye Radio Show

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Orange-tinted snow makes ski resort look like Mars

"Skiing on mars that's what one person on social media said it looked like with orange tinted snow on the slopes in eastern europe the strange sight baffled many ski resorts with pictures on social media placing the orange snow in parts of russia ukraine romania bulgaria and moldova including so chee russia the site of the two thousand fourteen winter olympics meteorologists say there is a reason for the phenomenon the orange snow is caused by sand from storms in the sahara desert being picked up by a storm system with rain and snow i'm alex hinton polls don't bode well for facebook following a breach of trust in the cambridge analytical scandal reuters ipsos online poll found forty one percent of americans trust facebook to obey laws that protect their personal information which is far less than the sixty six percent who said they trust amazon and sixty two percent alphabets google i'm barbara kusak i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits and vegetables you can see all fifty five on texas superfood dot com nutrients that we need on a daily basis i lost sixty pounds i mean that's huge since i've.

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"moldova" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That that one detective said we'll ride angler he's crazy he was a homicide detective and moldova county sheriff he he worked for people like you and the he's worked with the top people are times so why don't you help rod what long story short i said well i might call aimed at i didn't wanna call him well that called him and and ten fifteen minutes rods on the phone saying ireland air i hear that you're psyche can that that uh would you like to come and do some work with me and i thought oh my god and i kept fighting in and bulk balking at it and then all of a sudden he said to me elena i can teach you i would teach you how to do this because i said reid i do not want to be telling people you guys something wrong and wasting precious time see i already knew intuitively you know not to do that and he said i will teach you how to use your abilities and then i he he he added the punch to it and he said listen i've got young girls buddy dumped on the side of the road all over here and i have to catch this so be clean he was convinced it was one person yeah yeah yeah you could where we have to um we have to get him and we have to get them fast and he broke in in his voice his what i here in a lot of the investigators i work with that you said the because they want protect people they want to protect us and so the next thing i know i'm on a plane and he and that there's there's a chapter in the book and it's called the the psychic and the detective and that is the story of the exactly how i became a psychic detective did you catch this person you know what i don't know if they caught it a lot of times i am not into that all i do know in fact i will try to find out okay because um he's back now and i have to call him anyway and.

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"moldova" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on WTVN

"How i got into this with that that one detective said well ride angler he's crazy he was a homicide detective in moldova county sheriff he he works for people like you and the he's worked with the top people at times so why don't you help ride well long story short i said well i might call him but i didn't wanna calling well vic called him and in ten fifteen minutes rods on the phone saying i elina i hear that you're a psychic and that that uh would you like to come and do some work with me and i thought oh my god and i kept fighting in in bulk balking at it and then all of a sudden he said to me elena i can teach you i will teach you how to do this because i said right but i do not want to be telling people you guys something wrong and wasting precious time see i already knew intuitively you know and not to do that and he said i will teach you how to use your abilities and then i he he's he added the punch to it and he said listen i've got young girls bodies dumped on the side of the road all over here and i have to catch this sob he was convinced that was one person yeah yeah yeah so we have to we have to um we have to get them and we have to get them fast and he the broken the his voice is what i here in a lot of the investigators i work with the is that the because they want to protect people they want to protect us and so the next thing i know i'm on a plane and he and i there's there's a chapter in the book and it's called the gia the psychic end the detective and that is the story of the exactly how i became a psychic detective this person you know what i don't know if they caught it a lot of times i am not into that all laid you know in fact i will try to find out okay because um he's back now and i have to call him anyway and ask him for my book review i will remind him the.

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"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

"He was hunting in our rock which is a now extinct shined of cow giant ox or something that lived in europe until the sixteen hundreds at secreted there were like these sabretoothed tiger yeah peers still around giant oxen that were wild the lived in europe until the 1600 k he was hunting a bull on or off ball that had a star on it and his lead hound was a um a bitch name moldova his female lead hound molda and in the pursuit of this starcrossed orok moldova fell into the river and drowned and so the moldova a river was named after this epic hunting talk that is a vetter origin story than anything we have in america right like a a an extinct megafauna with us star on it was hunted by avoiding road and a heroic hound it goes to its her death that is good stuff so they changed their name to moldova do they know about the english word mold great knowledge it's not a great work for us it's completely unrelated i just think it's it's it's tough on their brand they're the only country of mold and the new well but there are other things that are tougher on their brand one of them is that they're moldova is now the poorest country in europe but also after they declared independence the area around the least her river with a silent di wanted independence from moldova isn't malta already tiny it is very tiny it is a tiny tiny landlocked little tiny place that has had this had enormously tumultuous history and now a tinier part of moldova decided that it wanted independence and basically it is the area just around.

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"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

"Oh cold war even before ukraine was agitating for independence mold devia was among the first nations to say we want a way and initially the mode davian independence movement wanted to reunite with romania but then it quickly morphed into wanting full independence for itself and they succeeded and became independent in 1991 change the alphabet back to latin so now mold davian which is basically romanian became like its own branch of romanian and it is a dialect and its prime moldovan now right and then they changed their name to mold of not for any reason i can understand except that the country is sorted defined by its position on the moldova river you could call it moldavia or or you could call it moldova tomato tomato tomato tomato and the mold of our river the i mean th the legend of it is that many many many not aeons but a epoch ago a prince but actually he was described as of a hug voivoide of ias of vojvode it's like a counter like i think dracula's of vojvodina's while avoiding surround kind of aristocrat so the vojvode of mara moorish which is a territory of romania entrance that of what you started making our names irs nightmare as the version but i just threats as sure of murder moorer moorer moorer edged bs and these are romanian maimed that have little to the the voters have little tales on these in essence have things coming off right so it looks like it's build mara maher us but it's actually mira moorish abut his name was drago sh and he's the fictional guy from goes for you to oh that's right drago sh who lived on the south of who is guarded by zulle.

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"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

"As part of that exchange the coastal area of along the black sea which was called to brugiere the russians said well we we have that territory we'll trade you for moldavia and so they did a little trade they'd rather have moldavia them the coast the russians would yeah because malaysia must be good well it's very hard to look at moldavia and understand why it is such a coveted place although it is at the mouth of the of a navigable river he out although who knows but but the black sea coast it seemed like russia had enough of it because it included sure at the time ukraine and crimea so they traded and now moldavia was part of russia again key met in a world where this just happens every couple of years like your globe is totally wrong because two guys with weird mustaches got together was like oh you take the mounds i'll take the the valley you now right right well as doesn't like today it's a huge thing if somebody even wants like move island in the middle of a river to the other country you know like borders just do not get redrawn that much today well but who like right now i mean there's there's this idea that the city of san francisco going to secede from the united states others not really but like texas would go if we'd let him go goes where do we put starfleet that's why i think we agree it was beijing probably beijing so then the russian revolution happen in nineteen seventeen and meriva was briefly independent but then invaded again by romanian law who kept it until and this is the wonderful part where we tight back in as germany was sort of seizing you know like on loosing with austria and taking part of czechoslovakia and you know kind of expanding there was this treaty called the molotovribbentrop pact where stalin and hitler were friends and agreed that they were going to split up europe with a lie down the metal yes who gets moldova multinational davey.

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"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Omnibus

"His confusing to me because you know you hear these place names thrown into descriptions of historical political you know not just battles but countries change hands things change names and i was never quite a one hundred percent confident in the difference between monrovia and meriva for instance and i could never 100 percent tell what moldova elm or moldavia were so i put this little rhyme together in order to kind of tease out ear or give myself a little jumping off point to remember and have meaning it's not important in my daily life to know you'd oversight this as you walk the dog or whatever it was a matter of fact over the years it became a kind of mantra for me i would walk around really like it was it was a thing that would kind of peace me out kong's you down yeah just something i cut you off and traffic you're just monrovia meriva model of our moldavia the little a little it would just it's like saying omer hurry krishna it just started to be a little like a little song but i would saying if i stuck in traffic it it reminds me of her kuna matata yeah that's right monrovia meriva suffering although moldavia its dow passing khrais is and so then it then it suggests all these other things like i'd like to visit all of these places because on the same trip well it'd be a hell of a trip are their direct flights from monroe murray i don't think there are but it would be a heck of a adventure like it's an example of an adventure for no reason probably like i'm going to go to these places because i made up a little song about them twenty years ago because the age of exploration is over i was thinking about this where we talked about the darian gap you know that in in humanities tireless quest to map every part of the planet we did it so well that now there's nothing left you know seemingly nothing left little are very few empty spots left on the map there are although i think there are huge parts of like sites.

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"moldova" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on WJR 760

"That you take the women are in consideration low account discredit by moldova in on her fight lions right on the wall open at of about people have lobbied congress people that you know why i take it you know maybe somebody has made bad choices and relationships and understand the situation law of by watson helped bring knack the table you know work on some of the things about that women aim into that tom and clinton township bud tom mind she says that this was really more than that she didn't mean necessarily to offender imply bias that she didn't agree with an interpretation she just wants to see more women in office who will keep this from happening guy let me fell off a great show they after the backed up questions you a right in there but after the first twenty fact that it was odd alive blah blah she lost me having her explanation to me if i can explain this clearly either she's just an idiot or if you think i'm an idiot well first of all i've known her a wild she is no idiot she one of the smartest apple i've had the pleasure of covering but i will never agree with her on many thinks the what she was trying to give me oh my guy well either that's it there certainly it is going to sell with a certain part of the electorate i think the left if the ad itself from a political standpoint brilliant it has gotten her a ton of attention in name recognition that she didn't already have a fred is in grand blanc this afternoon fred you're on the guy gordon show happy friday good thank you um it just seems like again that's always the democrats are done anything politics and gender politics and instead of real deal stuff they talk around things daily always act like therefore the people and ice in this resistance that the democrats are doing is just unbelievable i i don't understand why people aren't calling them up and see what is going on why are you this do and nothing you're getting done and so it just is again you know i really appreciate donald trump for serve and he's help save this this uh country from the democrats that.

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"moldova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Moldova matic i'm rigorous rigorous marxists lennon spent nearly half of his life outside of russia why did he firstly but the aged twenty five will these great at what he really wants to do and and what the is his party wanted to they needed an organ of opinion they needed they needed they need or modern day twitter in they needed something that you see that they could spread the word and you couldn't do it inside raffarin conditions in russia you couldn't get the printing press organized so you have to produce that outside russia and stra entrance smugglers many copies as he could into russia why was he arrested soon after he returned to russia and eighteen 95 what were the reasons given for his arrest after he returned after a of time he was arrested for a little while well he he he was trying to bring in um a medical literature and russia you you gotta remember that russia at that time liberal democracy with hundreds of thousands of people was sent to siberia just the reading the wrong books um i think i say aleke for being at apart act that egg exactly i mean nothing and some of the the of the of the of the material been reading an an and looking at last couple of weeks because of mocking me center he seems to suggest that yeah he mounted a coup in a in a in a in a in a in a modern democracy which is tightly on truth this is wasn't the condition inside your inside russia without sean who write that the arrest gave him the credentials required for revolutionary how long was he in prison and then a later in exile he was imprisoned for a m nene deliberating months than than was in exile for nearly three years but xl it wasn't xl was was still in thousands of miles away from the in a civilization but he could have a servant he.

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"moldova" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"The rally attended by day wannabes can i be odyssey and some has has as a tennis player communicate lie agassi and pat cash nerve is steffi graf from member martina navratilova they were my face stiff was in she i want to see moldova his legs is one of the themes while series and culturally enforcement was broached in a sensitive in more acceptable way which makes listening to the book us fascinating each week cannot wait for more episodes well we can deliver district and i think it's time to unknowns review the week late come out and deeply wales always have food let me save his podcast talk of a mix of lgbt q issues and wills concerns that he may never be able to get rid of this baseball caps at fast mention me oh not much do i love the conversation his flynn will agree with the fact that i need to do we're just looking for acceptance of the way we live our lives yes thanks will you to impose calm over the next episode yeah and the boy wales thank you please get in touch email us your address so that i can go to the south service in the post office and throw it he should you weigh in the most efficient proficient manner and hey scale have a breakdown of the selfservice counter and how might get in touch that will he gets in touch by emailing helo at home is sapiens dot com.

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"moldova" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And so you're going to continue to do that and you need to do all of that regardless of the source of the income in your case though the sources just unusual because it's a disability income from such a such a crazy situation so while amazing uh that is one check i don't mind riding as a tax payer right there that's one i'm happy to ride uh very few things i say that about about the tax as a taxpayer the czech i'm thrilled to right but that's one on thrilled the right man how shelly is with us in chattanooga high shelly how are you how fine across not bummer i've gotten to travel financially and knight for credit cards do so so what i did is i consolidated them in two thousand one non at the bank and um i have the ira now that i've moldova from my barlow and k and um they said that if i can take out ten thousand a year without getting penalized fort with snow pass and malone advice for eleven thousand and i'm wondering what it means smart did you that out and pay that long off how can you take out ten thousand without being penalised but that they said at an office my age your area sixty five were you won't have any penalty on anything you take out the only thing here with the only thing you would have would be taxes on it um and i guess what they're saying is that it won't grab you into an upper tax bracket what is your income.

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"moldova" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"moldova" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"The principality's of moldova in malaysia had them let's a more common history then transylvania transylvania at a totally different history because of their geographic location but the principality's or moldova in malaysia which was the socalled romanian principalities they shared a lot in history although they were separate for a very long time now is actually sit up in 1859 through the unification of moldovan malangke in the sixtenths untrue they read the separate the principality different fronts the provinces independent ones or yes they went independent uh all the time they were under the sovereignty of the ottoman empire but they were not part of the ottoman empire like other parts of europe saw so when the druze arrived from the ottoman empire in late march or to go because it was under the in the in the autumn the orbit yes yes yes and they settled in bucharest because it was a very good down transit place for trade trade between east and west this was a very good route for the ottoman goods to reach western europe and from western europe to reach the ultimate end the orient in general and when the askenazi come where most of the cannot these came actually after the cossack massacres of bogdan khmelnitsky and sixty and forty eight forty nine so it was mostly after sixteen fifty that they started settling in big numbers especially in moldova less in malacca oh whether they came later so in moldova they came in big numbers at the end of the 17 th century and in bucharest the jewish community was predominantly father even any terms does the sephardic community in bucharest was the most long live the but it was never the biggest at well except for the beginning when it was the only one here but after the arrival of the askenazi the askenazi jews so very soon outnumbered the sephardic jews.

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