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"monica house" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

On This Day Entertainment

04:17 min | 9 months ago

"monica house" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

"Welcome back fanny pack. Thank you for joining me for this. Family Karma breakdown. The episode was called Karma's a beach and boy is she. The episode started off so strong. Oh my gosh. Such a great start to the episode. Where on the party bus to key west and right out the gate there is a flashback to all of the parents just lit on a party bus which is just amazing television. Exactly what my Easter Sunday needed. Only eat starts orchestrating a game. This worst decision game. Monica houses G. Rated story about knocking out her front teeth. Whereas a niche shit in the front seat of her sister's car which unleashes live. And then we go to cheater. We go to a confessional of inisia- explaining that teacher Loves Monica and that she wishes a niche was more like Monica. The more traditional Indian type more conservative follows the quote unquote community standards more closely and we learn. Brian's worse decision was a bad. F T B Tattoo that he got on a boys weekend. I don't know what F. T. B. is if anybody knows I'm feeling all day F. and IRA fees Google it but his F- TB Tattoo. I can only describe. It reminds me of Tom. Sandoval on vendor pump rules several seasons ago he went on vacation without Arianna and ended up getting an A. tattooed on his ass and this Tattoo reminds me of that. Not a great look. It wasn't a good look for Tom. Not a great look for Brian. It's getting more and more lit by the second on this party buzz. The gang is shooting Malibu rum from the bottle V. shells dancing on the shipper poll. Bali says if there's a stripper ball I'm gonNA need a stripper and that's all visual needed. Hugh him taking off his shirt. I'm just GONNA go ahead and do a tally check. We know this man is going to be taking off his shirt many times throughout this episode. So that's tally mark number one. Monica says that she wants to go to the guy's house with all the cats at this point Sean clarifies. You mean hemingway. We learned that Sean is like the one Guy Kinda Dushi in the group of kind of always felt that. But I'M GONNA need to take a step backwards and go back to Ernest Hemingway for a second. Let me remind you that. Monica is twenty-seven years old sure she knows ernest. Hemingway is the guy with the cats but at least she knows Ernest Hemingway as something she should probably know more about his contributions to writing. But you know it's all good but me remind you if you watch the most recent season of the real housewives of Orange County. Those ladies took a trip to. Key West and May. I remind you that none of the trace Amigas new ernest. Hemingway was but the young ladies did gene Kelly. Emily Bay sure knew who ernest? Hemingway was so. Get it together. Trays Amigas and I am sorry to use that term. I hate the cultural appropriation of trace. Amigas from three ridiculous old white ladies but let me get back to Sean from Family Karma. We really get an idea of how pretentious as alm rate describes him as he is I mean. Brian said that something was leaking in the buzz. And Sean had to say it's not leaking. That's condensation Duh. The gang arrives in Key West Bali thankfully clarifies for US quote key. West is not saint. Bart's end quote just in case any if anybody was wondering if Key West is the same thing St Bart's it's not..

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"monica house" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"GotTa look at it you got you really got. I just want to make sure that you know that there was one person out there that did not vote for him or maybe just left him off the ballot or just didn't even maybe maybe they're are part of the voting academy and just didn't vote could have been that right. He just left. The ballot would tell you that though when I would think that the whole fan would tell tell you that. What's that called the introspection when people look into themselves introspection? You're someone WHO's first instinct is go and run and crush this guy and find out who he is an then mail matured. I if you have a vote for something as significant as this like who wouldn't use their vote. I really know what you're talking about. I Ah I don't think he's got he's got a does not have a vote. There's no way he's a heisman. Vote for ou in vote for the heisman. Oh wow how ya. I didn't know that I would say he's not a baseball writer. I'm a I'm a voter as part of the AP ALL PRO team tonight. And I take it very seriously because I know I don't know what it means. I remember last year. The pro bowl usually comes out with about four weeks left to go in the season and Darius Leonard de Outstanding Danny Working Linebacker for the colts did not make the problem. He was really disappointed at this point. At the leading the League in tackles and everything else and I remember looking at all of his tape and looking at all of his pro football focus statistics and all that other stuff and Santa Monica houses guy not a pro pro bowl player. Because he's going to be an all pro player and ultimately he did become an all pro players. Kind of like when Richard Sherman same thing happened to him. Eating voted to the pro bowl but he got voted all pro. Yeah Yeah and the that stuff is contract bonuses and things like all my aunts incentives. That's something serious. I definitely definitely taken answers but there was never a point where Derek jeeter wasn't getting into the hall of fame. I mean he wanNa tell me that enough guys left them off. We didn't get in on the first ballot. That might have been an issue you but I think he got in there and he got in there convincingly. So Yankee Fan should not be angry you should be happy and enjoy that because your world world right now is damn near perfect by the way you see this coming to town who is coming to town. He's coming to town. WHO's coming into town? What are your favorite guys in the NFL? Vel One of my favorite guys in the NFL coming to town. You WanNa you WANNA keep that as a little tease from boomers and we'll come back. Tell you what that is in GET CEELO in here Wednesday morning cold again on the fan and CBS sports network. Each morning morning show with boomer Esiason and Greg Saudi boomer and Gio Ponti.

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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"And subscribe to our daily Digest. Those are some of the headlines. We're following today now back to you Emma. Thank you very much indeed Daniel. This is Monica's house few. I'm Emma Nelson joining me in the studio today. My Panel yes mean Abdelmajid aged and Robert Fox Nassar has reported that smoke. From Australia's wildfires will soon stretch around the globe and spread right back to its country. Three of origin haze over South America can be traced back to fires burning on New Year's Day in New South Wales but while the effect of the fires is plain to to see from space back on earth. There's been criticism that Australia's media have been a little less clear in their reporting. Yes Maine there are articles that I've been rich in the say that lives have spread faster than Gross Fai during Australians unprecedented national emergency. What's being meant by this? Oh aw it's a heartbreaking. This is a horrific thing for me to talk about someone who's grown up in Australia and who has lots of friends who have been living through these fires not unleash sort of on on the south coast. One bit being affected in Melbourne and Sydney. To sort of to see the stories that are coming out from the ground on social media and so on and then to turn onto the papers and to see the majority Modo press and numerous Television radio stations propagating essentially misinformation Asian and disinformation about the fires. And the the reason the FIS started so claims around Austin that are essentially factually untrue Claims and huge. Huge Green Eco terrorists. They're being called and so on but also broadly complete denial title of Climate Change and a complete denial. That there's any link between what's going on at the moment destroyer and any sort of especially Australia being an enormous enormous exporter of coal a country that has just approved an enormous new coal mine in in my home state of Queensland and a country that has an inability beat to Legislate in any way shape or form around climate. To be honest the climate change issue has been the downfall of numerous prime ministers. And so this is this is the six in fact. Right since like Kevin Kevin Rudd in and the elite Two Thousand and so in the mid two thousand and so oh. I think what people don't realize is what perhaps is difficult to see from outside Australia. Is that the climate change issue has become almost like the guns rights issue. In the United States it cleaves people. And it's the fires I think are a real. Perhaps the the biggest turning point for the conversation because folks who may who who who may have been on a different side of the day all of a sudden losing their homes and and the Royal Fire Service and the the volunteers and someone have said folks. We've been been warning you about this for so long. You need to listen. It is at issues when you talk about. Climate change or many of us talked about climate change until recently take it has become something that happens to other things and people in other places. There are problems in the oceans. They say things are getting warmer others say and and yet stuff like coma. Climate Change only really will provoke any kind of real reaction when it becomes relevant to to us. This is a a very powerful driver in the negativism and neo isolationism of the current party and government in the UK and it's it's quite striking that quite rightly say it happens elsewhere and it doesn't really happen anyway at it so put up job. I was reading a A review article in the article is much more interesting book of the latest volume of Mrs Thatcher's biography by David Runciman of Cambridge Cambridge. And what I did not realize is that before. She was sort of felled by strokes and slightly Left Planet Earth that Thatcher ran a court in exile exile in flood straight or wherever. She was living in London and all these people came they were against E. U. Integration regains. Maastricht sorry I haven't gone off the subject AH climate change walks right into the middle of this which is extraordinary factor the first scientist Prime Minister the UK with absolutely that he clear in office about where we will go with demographic boom change migration. She was also terribly good on climate. Change why did she turn Rond. It was because she'd been betrayed. Her betrayal was done by the e U and the EU lackey was the by then from the E. C. Latkes like Lord Heseltine and so on and climate change was 'cause being promoted by a socialist conspiracy emanating donating from Brussels and continental Europe. And it is so powerful and it's put Boris Johnson on the spot because yes we are feeling the effects of climate change. Because we'd weather and flooding and there's got to be big time community involvement in that and it's very very strange change because I think I don't know whether the dog is going to bark in the election campaign in America but certainly if trump gets a second term he is really going to be Hamadan. Hi Don this in the USA menu of very clear in pointing the finger at the Murdoch press the fact that Australia's traditional establishment impresses is controlled by a handful of players And it it got me thinking that is that is literally a one or two individuals sending out strong messages to editorial flaws saying thou shalt not mention climate change usual only push the pro fossil fuels agenda or. Is it actually a question occasionally of editorial flaws getting it wrong the age-old cock-up over conspiracy theory. No this this is this is not one or two editorials. This is a complete sort of from. Yeah I mean I don't know but it really does look like it's from Rupert himself. And sort the filtering down and in fact there have been splits between Rupert Murdoch and his son who has a completely different view. I think it's it's Lachlan On on climate change him and his wife sort of coming out publicly and saying we are so disappointed in this climate denial. Ism I think the way I read something. That really Summed is it up the the the line is that climate science is this orthodoxy and they all the brave people that say that speaking truth to the to the to the climate science into the this sort of leftist propaganda and they are the courageous dissenters. And I think that is really how they're positioning themselves. But like this has been going on for a years headlines like climate change did not cause this firestorm. It's hysteria this can. It's it's to be read but not believed I mean this is not just one or two things things. This is a hard line but the really interesting thing if I may. I know we're running out of time but the really interesting thing is in the past week or so when things have gotten so bad the the Australian has tried to turn around and say oh but of course. We've said that climate change climate science is not to be denied. But now what we've got to do you lead the way and you're like what is going on here Before we move on. I think we must stress that no member of the Murdoch family is here to defend that statement that you have just made aspect aspect of this worrying for finally twinning towns rather Arctic cozy and twee gesture between minor like minded municipalities or a major league explosive diplomatic grenade to be chucked the latter seems to be the case at the moment after the Czech capital. Prague signed a sister agreement with the Taiwanese capital Taipei suffice to say mainland. China ain't happy given its concerted efforts to persuade the rest of the world to alienate itself from Taiwan at Robert. Why did Prague Hookup with Taipei? I think it's the way it's it's the spirit of Vaclav Havel that you don't want to get together. Ah Say what twinnings of bad. I think it's just for sort of niece APPs but it's terribly interesting because this is just another little nail at in the coffin of the information war By Mr Xi Jinping that they think they can dominate it. This is the thing that we've had is Hilton. Great scientologist on this program. We've discussed this. That this is why above all Hong Kong is important. I wish in the information war. The WEIGO's were more important but the Chinese are now beginning to get scared about it because their approach of to a Western media particularly Internet media and social media is As Bill Clinton would say. Denial ain't just a river in Egypt is just a block at all. I'd it's not working and this is just another little bit in the it's sort of Info skirmish but I really take off to the checks over this. Because they put two fingers up to Shanghai on this tried to bully them out of it a much more important connections connection with their etiquette but of course the Czech Republic have much of a coastline. This is what I find quite interesting. Though about this whole story is China has been having a shoes with prog the the city and its man. WHO's obviously gone rogue care? It's not the Czech Republic who've been offending the Chinese because the President Miller Simmons been really pushing hard to forge quite necessary economic ties. I just love the idea that the prog Matt just went geopolitics. Forget it I want to make friends at Taipei. Yeah I do love that and I do love the idea of the city. This city's like you've got unusually local politics so council politics tens not to make you know foreign policy news but I is Z.. Say Ideal of the idea of being like you know what we're going to do. This and I looked up actually. My hometown of Brisbane who were and Abu Dhabi was and I was like you know I had no idea that we had this personal connection. But I'm definitely going to let people know next time you go into skilled EXCHAN- exactly but it's a loop around what we were talking before. Oh politics national politics. The only thing that can resolve what needs to be done about a national chain climate change. It's completely unsuited to it. where EH moral? That juice is coming the real thinking and the guts Intellectual and moral courage is coming at the local community level. And that's why I'm good old mayor of Prague whose name I forget. But he's a big. I hope he's a big big swallow in a in a summer coming along good for him and he's very good. I it the right to say that this this country Whatever you think about Taiwan self-determination and China says we don't care about democracy? We era it's going to be is. I think that that one by the way is going to be a really big fight. Unfortunately if things go wrong we'll be physical. One folks and Yasmeen Abdelmajid Majia. Thank you very much indeed for joining us in the studio in a moment we'll hear a little bit more about the latest trend in menswear from the runways of Milan. The listening to Monica's house few do stay tuned and you're back with multiples house few. I'm Emma Nelson welcome finally today factions fashioned. Finest have been strutting the streets of Milan this week. 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"monica house" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Post Reports

"And now one more thing about to reporters who decided to watch Fifteenth Street hours of Little Women Okay it is nine forty five. Am and I am walking up to the door of Monica's house. It is gray and rainy which I think is probably the best whether you could possibly want for watching fifteen hours of the same story over and over again right. I'm Caitlin Gibson. I'm a feature writer in the style section. Are we ready to do this. I was born ready to do this all right and I'm Monica Hessy. I'm I am a communist also in the style section. There's obviously been a lot of buzz about the new Greta. GERWIG remake of little women and so in advance of that new movie coming out Monica and I who who are both huge fans of little women decided that we wanted to watch all of the little women's consecutively all in a row little women of course the seminal novel by Louisa May alcott written in eighteen sixty eight telling the story of four sisters living with their mother in Concord Massachusetts. Their father father was away serving as a chaplain and the civil war and the story chronicles. They're coming of age. Do over the mysteries of a female life there is drawn best left undisturbed is like the minute. I heard that started hearing it back for me. It's amazing go sit in your business actually realizing that you've retained it as Caitlyn. Monica settled in for their fifteen hours of little women and they tried to make their viewing experience as authentic as possible down to their choice of movie snack pickled limes. There is a scene in the book where pickled Goldline's are apparently the tree that is all the rage at Amy's school and that is a rather pivotal scene and so- Monaco. We tried to find pickled limes but what happened happened so we found pickled lemons which we felt like we were in the spirit of the fermented salted citrus genre genre. And I think we really went into it with probably inadvisable level of optimism. which is I mean? Kids seem to like this. This was a great treat in the eighteen hundreds words and so sure. Maybe they're actually going to be good. But yeah they were basically like the hot cheetos of the eighteen sixties. We were pretty. We were pretty excited about experiencing this delectable delectable century old tree that had made amy popular and like then ruined her social life exactly. I'm going to describe this something. That looks like it emerged from others chest cavity in one of the alien movies. Dr Josh Gordon's kind of horrifying accurate description. They tasted like Jim Socks marinated in Goat Bile but somehow how rubbery with the texture of eyeballs just. They were like gym sock flavored eyeballs so pickled lemons at the ready the binge-watch Watch commenced CAITLYN. Monica started out with the early adaptation of little women. Nineteen forty nine starring June. Allyson as Joe. You're going to have a lovely know. Oh someday I knew. Nineteen fifty eight musical starring Florence Henderson. Nineteen seventy-eight miniseries. Starring starring Susan Dey. And William Shatner cry ever since I think. How can I repay? Nineteen eighty-one Japanese anime may series. Nineteen ninety-four starring Winona Ryder as Joe Thousand. Eighteen starring. Sarah Davenport is Joe. So we started with what we think. Most audiences would consider the decline standard-bearer adaptation. You don't have to go to that nasty. Old Davis is school within pertinent. Go through laugh at Your Business and your a father abused rich live on live. Don't they mabel as it were a pickle bottle. It was made in Nineteen thirty-three and it starred Katharine Hepburn as Joe. which we you were pretty excited about Obama Katherine Hepburn Fan? We didn't see how this movie could go wrong. And we thought it would be a good barometer for how we were going to be the rest of the movies. We didn't love it as much as we thought we would know. We really didn't I. I mean and you need to be about it. It's property is good woods and improve your vocabulary. Oddly elegant and then we also had a weird professor bear situation where the ostensibly extensively German professor who Joe Ultimately. Mary's I mean as I just said he's German so he's supposed to have a German accent but he you know was speaking a little bit of like this marry me. We were a little confused. It was professor bear situation and it really kind of just took us a little little bit out of the moment to Europe that you saw look forward at this too bad. That's a that's a cruel disappointment. Columbia pictures invite invite you to share the Hamas family of little women. Are we ready for the holy grail. Like what we what we came here to see the classic whether or not well we arrived at the nineteen ninety four little woman late in our marathon and by then I think we were a little nervous onto counts on one on hand. We watched hours and hours and hours of little women and we were a little worried that maybe the impact of this this amazing movie that we loved so dearly as the emotional little teenagers maybe it would be diluted and it wouldn't feel quite as powerful as it once did writer I'd go to New York pursue through the stage. Are you shocked very but that version it really. It really held up. I'm not wrong. Am I know it was everything I wanted it to be more which is really saying something because I don't think I'd watched it and maybe fifteen years to be quite honest and so watching it again. Now much much closer to mommy's age than Joe Feeling as affected by it as they did in a very different way but as you know just as moved was very gratifying. There was a lot a lot of crying. I'm not going to lie. This movie had so much resonance to us because it was our little women. It was the movie that came out when we were twelve or thirteen. And when we needed it the most just like the nineteen and forty-nine version was probably something that came out when my grandmother was twelve or thirteen and needed it the most and so watching all of these versions I feel like gave gave us a window into women of the time and the experiences that they might have had reliving this novel by seeing it on the screen I think after we saw the nineteen ninety four version that was so formative for us. There was a moment where we were afraid of the new version. Could it live up to what we wanted it to be. I'm working on a novel. It it is a story of my life and my sister's shorten spicy and if the main characters of girl make sure she's married by the end I but I think we really feel like there's there's a new little women for every generation every generation deserves. Its own vision and version of this story. So we've leave. RTP ordered tickets..

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"monica house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Senator Elizabeth Warren says the trump administration does not serve everyone equally when you see a government that works great for the wealthy and the well connected and for no one else that is corruption pure and simple and we need to call it out for what it is senator Bernie Sanders also called president trump for in his words selling out working families of this country will watch the call social security Medicare and Medicaid after he promised he would not do that and who has a documented late why thousands of times since he is president the first democratic primary vote happens in Iowa in fewer than seven weeks some people in Venice claim there's an ulterior motive for some reason clean up that homeless camps there definitely cleaning it up for the democratic debate tonight many people in the area say they've suddenly seen crews clearing in camp it's that have been in the neighborhood for a very long time but city officials rejected that notion fast food workers picketing in LA for higher pay and the ability to unionize have received backing from a presidential candidate vice president Joe Biden stop by a rally outside of McDonald's on let's hear Boulevard to support the unionization efforts and it's not just about the wage which is critically important fifteen dollars a minimum anyone should be making this a battle stay out of poverty it goes well beyond that it goes to the dignity of workers fighting was in town ahead of the democratic debate some other candidates also spent the day campaigning including at Minnesota senator any club shar she rolled out a new housing policy platform in Santa Monica house speaker Nancy Pelosi has not said when the house will send the articles of impeachment to the Senate for trial Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell today accused below sea of being afraid to send the shoddy work product Spiegel blows itself just gave into a temptation that every other house in our history has managed there is a plus he told reporters she's waiting to hear the sentence outline for the Senate trial clearly to understand when we see what their processes we will know who and how many we want to send over not until then I'm not going to go there anymore yes Sir house Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he's believes pelo C. is embarrassed by how weak this impeachment as well the house to pass the U. S. M. C. a trade bill with an overwhelming bi partisan majority vote if he sees any fields as president trump spent a year pushing Congress to ratify this trade deal between the US Mexico and Canada but Canada and Mexico must still okay the tweaks American version which calls for additional labor protection and enforcement rules the bill must be approved by the Senate then president trump the U. S. M. C. a deal will be negotiate would replace rather the north American free trade agreement and a man in Rhode Island has shot three people at an assisted living complex is sixty six year old male that was a resident of the facility the victims that was shot two of them will work because of the facility westerly police chief John Lacey says one of the employees was killed another woman in critical condition shooter killed himself in his apartment take a look at traffic.

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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Maximum temperature was forty point nine Celsius sweltering sheltering heat and high winds have combined to bring dangerous bushfire conditions to the country and finally Montreal's traditional horsedrawn carriages which date back to the eighteenth eighteenth century are likely to be absent from the city as it rings in the New Year is because Montreal has introduced a Bilo following a number of recent incidents for more on this the story heads to multiple dot com slash. Minute those are today's headlines Spec to you Andrew Thank you Arlene the Monaco's house view Amanullah. He was enough to Bio and Mark Galliotti. Let's move on but persist with the theme of rumbustious populists. Who may have questions to answer about their dealings with Russia here in the United Not Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson? Making himself comfortable in Downing Street having extended the lease by five years at last week's general election while obstacle he did not have to overcome during the campaign was the release of parliamentary report into Russian interference in British politics Johnson decided knocked trouble. The electorate with its contents and sat on until the votes were counted. It has now been cleared for publication. Probably next month Mark is a any potential non sinister reason for having postponed. I don't know not really an infant is an obviously. I'm looking forward. It'll be Mike now. Hopefully Mike Mike Christmas present will be to get to read that Look it's unlikely that it actually says that there was clear evidence of direct influence on the government or even probably they'll hedge their bets on the Brexit vote on daily. We love to be able to blame Vladimir Putin for that but alas card more likely the reason why it was suppressed was precisely because there's lots of evidence of rather embarrassing high-denomination eighty nomination gifts being given by assorted rich Russians. Some of whom may or may not in these litigious times I've mentioned be of of dubious origins And that was I think. Probably regarded as ammunition. The the the Johnson campaign did not want to give to the opposition. So so I mean I I. I think it's going to really highlight the key. Point that we frankly already know is that basically Britney's open to anyone's dodgy money as long as they also have spent some of it on a nice suit Somnath when we look at Russia's potential interference in the United Kingdom and Russia's interference elsewhere. Does it strike you. That Russia is as the Soviet Union was actually pursuing any particular ideological end or or are they basically we just trolling. I wish I could answer that. Such a big one. I think what I go along with mark mostly on this that and we will find out that a lot of dodgy. Money is being parked one of the the key moments. I taught a boost election and was Boris. Johnson's celebration at the Russian oligarch. Throwing a party where everyone all his former enemies including the SA- Cameron Homerun was invited. He really couldn't give a damn what the public thought. And this is a classic way of doing it. In a getting the entire north of England and the working class vote is as I'll celebrate eight with Russian Dodge Dodge money and I you know it's again. It's impossible to know how much the Russian state actively is playing apart part so you don't you know but that Russian money influences elections in different countries is almost beyond doubt now that we can and again as mark said that we will find out what we probably already know. We'll just figure out who has given how much two hundred thousand pounds was given by. The wife of a Russian Former minister has already been established and Boris Johnson has accepted so we know that this has happened whether we will find out any specific kind of corruption it will be. It will be Christmas gift. A mark what I end up vaguely wondering is whether Russia is actually interfering hiring in democratic processes in the United States. Or whether what they're actually doing is just kind of creating the impression that that's what they're doing and letting everybody else run with it are are we as a Western world subject. Perhaps to some form of sort of Meta subversion. Well this is getting very interesting because yes is I think the the evidence they actually are able to influence the outcomes of elections and so forth is pretty much lacking instead. What they are trying to do is use the inevitable divisiveness that arises in elections and also other political aspects and magnify that? Because you know what are they trying to do. They're trying to neutralize is is there is no ideology the Putin regime is trying to put out because it has no ideology beyond Russia is great and let us continue to steal from it with both hands and so in that respect basically what they want to just simply to force the West to accede to Russia's claims to great power status and basically let the Russians do what they want so they want to divide us to neutralize to distract us into demoralizes rather than actually because they have some grand plan to reshape Western policies. Okay okay well. Let's look finally at India though. There is of course a rumbustious populist angle here as well Prime Minister Narendra Modi has enacted his citizenship amendment. ACT WHICH OFFERS INDIAN CITIZENSHIP TO NON Muslims from Afghanistan Bangladesh and Pakistan. It has not taken long for many people to spot these subtle. Sectarian in subtext and there have been demonstrations across India including several in which blows and bricks have been exchanged between protesters and police. Some the official line here of course is that this is a selfless heroic and noble gesture by India to offer sanctuary to people being persecuted for their faith in adjacent countries. Is there possibly more to the Latte. Yes possibly if this was completely secular non-religious act of goodwill then the amenities in Pakistan would have been included oranges in Myanmar. Myanmar would have included so obviously. It's not as simple is not an act without Very dark Todd's behind it but there are two aspects to the protests which I would want to bring in A. There's a celebration gratien. Apparently in the West that look the civil society in India has risen up in protest. The students have risen up in protest against what they're clearly saying is a bias towards the Muslims. But that is not the case in most of the northeast of India the protest the CFPB is because they do not want to give citizenship to the two million people who have been caught under this. NRCS the National Register of Citizens Act which the BJP had passed before the elections which basically means the seven states of the northeast in which approximately three to four million people have taken refuge. Huge Post nine hundred seventy one They have not been legalized and this act. The Citizenship Act would mean that a certain proportion of two anonymous limbs James can be legalized. The Assam wants nothing to do it. Multiple wants nothing to do with it. They do not want this back to go through on this front. In the north of India in Delhi in a lab that protest of course is a process where they're saying that Muslims have been excluded and this is a threat to the secular nature in democracy so the two aspects to it one is very selfish. The other is more civil society and student uprising. Mark Narendra Modi has considerable double foam for acting and speaking as if India's Muslim people and there are two hundred million of them Not kind of really quite white full Indian citizens or their citizenship. Should have some sort of asterix next to it. Should be seen in the context of that. I think thanks so I mean I think what what we actually are encountering is. Is this interesting divergence in different approaches to how do you deal with with minority cultures. However huge those those minorities may be you have some countries which are actually trying to integrate and others that are trying to expel and I think it is clear that this is this is as it were Modi taking his position at the leadership of the latter camp And again going back to just my own think. Thinking as Russia's Russia also has the very large Muslim population so as curious morning I went and looked at the state on state affiliated newspapers to see how they were covering it and the answer is then not It's really interesting that this is clearly storing. They decided it was little bit too inflammatory. A little bit too problematic because actually Russia is very much trying to integrate its Muslim population direction. So I mean I think the the also causes all kinds of other challenges because it's actually fits said with the Chinese Wego model than the Russian integrative model Somnath Narendra Modi has not got where he is by not having some Measure of thumb on the pulse of Indian opinion. Is this likely to be popular as he as you were delineating earlier protests against this Laura coming from a couple of different angles but he's he's overt appeals to to Hindu nationalism before now have generally gone over pretty. Well yes and that's what he's banking on an even to the upper house the BJP doesn't have a majority it has gone through without a hitch. Spelt look the world got to know about Narendra Modi but the which route riots where thousands of Muslim people were killed. He came back even stronger as chief minister and five years later after. That was the prime minister so obviously has worked. I mean he has tried it out in small-scale in Gujrat this was a model which you know and other Gujarati followed was Mr Gandhi. He would always try out his protests in small bases and jump on in Bihar before he would go full-scale national this model which has been extracted almost from that book in a very different way. Of course that you try it out it works then you bring it out into the forefront international forefront and again as I the anti Muslim sentiment over rights of all offended what happened in Kashmir and how the rest of India reacted to it wasn't going to classic example which which allowed Mr Moody to go one step further and looking at India being one of the law was the world's largest democracy how quickly the shutdown in communication in a rush made the moment it happened Internet blocker phone calls were blocked in the northeast again complete blackout of Internet for hours on end days on so this is a strong man being able to exert his will but also the other thing historically iffy keep this in mind. This has happened to narrow. Heroes has happened to Gandhi Mrs Gandhi. That whenever a leader in India post independence has got to strong. Filing protests erupted I don't I don't want to kind of draw the conclusion out of this. But there's a moment of you know concern which Mr Smith shine. Mr Moody will have that. There is a marked resistance at least in certain parts of India to this bill so I'm not but bio and Mark Kelly. Not Thank you both in a moment. We'll be hearing a little bit more about privacy or the lack thereof love and big tech. You're listening to Monica's house view. Stay tuned this is Monaco's house view amount drew mullahs and finally today. Our business sedative. Nisha rainy has a polite request for a little privacy. Please have you heard of Max Schranz. Don't don't worry if you haven't you're not alone. But he is worth knowing about this under the radar. Australian law student is currently on the frontline of a major legal battle.

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"monica house" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Fifty times because we used to shoot on parenthood at this hospital oh down there and and i would take crenshaw to work many mornings and then home ever driven by it were the signers and i would have to pull all this oh it's hard to resist can't drive by one of those if it says hot i think most people you know what they should just put that sign on yeah 'cause they're gonna get so much more our business i mean they have so much integrity those crispy cream what if i'm hamburger chains did that was like the the hamburgers are hot now they're the hamburgers are hot right now normally they're just room temp laugh yeah yeah speaking of hamburgers another great malcolm glad while episode of revisionist business history podcast is about mcdonald's sodhi and the french fries and how they'd had to change their recipe in the nineties early early nineties nineties because there was a guy forget his name who he had a really bad heart attack at a young age and he basically went on a crusade against i lots of fats saturated saturated fats and you know eat the fries used to have beef tallow is to be made in beef tallow fried and beef tallow and now they're not and they do this experiment where they're bringing these millennials and make aac with the beef tallow and then they make them how they are made now with vegetable oil i think yeah and it's just like consensus is just so much better tasting with the beef tallow how can go the other way like oh there's going to be like proof that whatever you raised on i two but turns out no it's just objectively much much much better tasting fuck i wish i could get and i've never had one that's what he was saying he was like these millennials have never had the original recipe it's funny now that you say this because i thought i had this utopian view of my childhood but i do remember the fries tasty better yeah yeah yeah they actually were a different i think it changed in nineteen ninety can't we open up a beef tell of french fry really bad it's horrible for you but it just once a month among well that's something he mentioned to he said originally there was like one size of fry and it was small bright two point something ounces and now i'm i'm getting these numbers wrong to say sound like you and now the large fries like five ounce double the amount that you you know it's so damn good people were like make these bigger but no now they're worse that was his point it used to be something a reasonable portion good insanely large unreasonable amount and it's a not as good of a product interesting mill glad ios podcast is it's better it's better than ours it's the best pot cam oh speaking of that is coming full circle logically lee rational then posted about us talking about them on there and i was delighted to see that graham um you forwarded me or they've now heard us talk about them and we've heard them talk about us and where will it go to me it's gaining momentum i can't wait to see where this lead self accelerating phenomenon it's flop gaining momentum despite resistance and let's bruce young where it goes shall we start playing like some kind of weird game like we should start something and then they'll finish it on their almost like an improv like people who never done improv there's this thing called like three words story oh that's a great look play right now okay the farmer always oh i'm i've not played that ever know we play her in a big circle and then we go round we say one word one word story as than there's three words store same thing so what kind ah always ate peanuts for his migraines which are excruciatingly bad he called his mom uh-huh yesterday and asked her to poop out a small pill that would oh how long aw i lost but i wonder if we could start a story with them let's do it so how about the three of us say a word to start the three word story three words of six nine okay so we'll each three words this off monaco okay tomorrow in yugoslavia via the prince shell pick no that was four years here's improv training i can't count the four started gal i liked that though christmas day ain't what it used to be because hokke day when it used to be because right so logically irrational i hope you're hearing this and you will give us six more words because there's two of them they might have an engineer or something we don't know about that's true him opera her up okay ellen skit nine words back then we'll publish this alcohol random house if we could get an advance and then more donate all the money to my get dax a ferrari sorry fund donate it to the robin monica house fund better okay i guess you guys need homes more than i need a ferrari although ferrari i have a model ferrari of an f. f. that you've got for christmas last year and i cherish it then we went on vacation this year to tyranny and there was an f. f. in the parking lot member and i got stiff as a board award light as a feather in stiff aboard oh wow all right laura laura okay so the max plank institute you is it part of yohannes gutenberg university i don't think so the max planck society for the advancement of science is a formerly independent non on governmental and nonprofit association of german research institutes founded in nineteen eleven as the kaiser wilhelm society and renamed the max planck society in nineteen in forty-eight in honor of its former president theoretical physicist max plank the society is funded by the federal and state governments of germany the organization was established in nineteen eighteen eleven as the kaiser wilhelm society non-governmental research organization named for the german emperor the k. w. g. was one of the world's leading research organizations its board of directors directors included scientists like oh einstein wall tyneside yes so i don't see anything about johannes gutenberg university but anyway this is a very fancy place okay so i thought that her hometown city the city of martial or she's he's from marshall texas i thought it was from the movie we are marshall and it's not holds no no this isn't about football it's about in nineteen eighteen seventy marshall university in west virginia when a plane crash claimed the lives of seventy five of the school's football players staff members and boosters i you know it's funny i don't remember that being a part of the movie at all what do you make a movie about everyone passing a tragedy maybe the movie the is about after i can't remember anything except matthew mcconaughey was in it go pick up carry all oh wow algan honor them we're going to do our best we're gonna win every football game and we are going to win because we are marshals no no that's how it went we are marshall bozo bows and arrows we will not be defeated by this we will perf surveyor surveyor and we will win because we are a martial oh i get to good impression the sometimes it's better than others and that was one of six that was good i thought it was good that was a nice impression banks can you be you again okay yeah hi fi even welcome back it's fun to be him for a minute yeah so positive it's incredible he's such zeal for life sure here's a guy who would with he can party with the best of them and then wakes up at five in the morning runs like twelve miles short an appetite for live because i said you have some constitution honey and he said some of my best workouts pushing through that wall breaking through that hangover last exploding exploding i don't know if he said exploding paraphrase the way what is your mid workout and exploded in your slacks credit habit happens wants to people because they're seen we've we've shared photos back and forth of athletes with an era with erections while they're performing shore it's not i don't want to say it's common but it's but it happens enough that there's photos of it i think has blood flow blood flow that's nate's theories like you just turn on all the the floodgates to to engorge your quadriceps install all your muscles you're just draining the upper half of your body sending all the blood down there and then now peanuts gets caught up in the tidal wave i think what is happening yeah i thought it was more like an emotional thing like your fucking finally doing it you've been training your whole life and you're about to cross the finish line in urine i in your dick just gets hard from the excitement now i don't think so because it's not it's not sexual i know i've told you my story about getting the moped when i was a kid do you remember the story aurea visiting my dad's for the weekend and he said hey if you clean the garage i'll take you to anderson's honda we can look at sprees and i was like oh oh yeah i mean it would have been just enough for me to look at them that i was willing to clean the garage went out there to circling the garage and the fucking spree was sitting that story me too it was such a sweet thing such an i hopped on it immediately just started writing around the neighborhood and i did not stop writing till i ran out of gas and i was fully engorged the whole ride i had a i had a screaming.

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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I'm Emma Nelson and a very warm welcome to today's show coming up testimonies tweets and trump will look because how even an impeachment process can be not sideways by social media and ask whether televising things really helps as we sit her testifying. The president is attacking. You a twitter. Would you like to respond to the president's attack that everywhere you went turned bad. Actually think that Where I've served over the years I and others have demonstrably Made Things Better I. I mean I can't speak to what the president in is trying to do but I think the effect is to be intimidated. Also do you won't chip with that when we count why the EU is suing Columbia over. French fries per Sandra Miller. Well it tells us what we know this week. We didn't last all that's in the day's newspapers to Monica's house view starts now very welcome to your Sunday here on monocle. Twenty four Emma Nelson here and joining me in the Chelsea Hacker from Control Risks Charles. Welcome you're going to be my able companion for the next thirty minutes as we go through the papers and look through some of the stories which quota Orion the last couple of days very much looking forward for to excel child. Let us begin where well actually I'd say arguably began with Oj Simpson. The trial by television. Much has been made of whether the introduction of cameras has has helped or hindered the judicial process. Well this week. Things went even further when the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump on television was interrupted to allow one witness to respond live to Mr Trump's tweets as we sit here testifying. The president is attacking. You on twitter. Would you like to respond to the president's attack attack that everywhere you went turn bat actually think that.

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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"A corner of paris andrew monica house view starts now welcome to the show and joined today by some el-watani the writer poet speaker and broadcast and jonathan fenby chairman of china research director at TES lombard and form editor of the south china morning post we will start with brexit and the now standard poor's in which british listeners may leap away from their radios to hold themselves into the nearest available pond there to spend the next five minutes or so making mournful gurgling noises it has not bringing a glorious day into half for those leading britain to the sunlit uplands of brexit e you leaders have signed more wearily than usual at the UK's insistence that the artists border somehow fix itself and the leave dot EDU campaign social media team formerly abandoned the racist dog whistle for the racist symphony orchestra with accompanying fireworks and flypast summer first of all leave dot EDU have now withdrawn the poster which i don't think we need to go into detail about it was fairly witless old school german bashing was it something new or did it just reveal what was there all along i don't know if it kind of indicates ramping up but more an increased callousness everyone seems to be quite feckless in what they're doing and now there's kind of as we go along in this brexit creek tragedy that we are all currently watching don't leave dot the you would like you characterizing it as a greek tragedy they they would insist this is a british tragedy russian which will end with henry the fifth drama so often did exactly so i think it just kind of really shows that there is this recklessness that people are less willing to adhere by standard norms of war is acceptable and i think it's amusing that pays more than weighed in on this and he was calling it out as well and i think god you really reached some kind of really fast power to have piers morgan wade and say this is unacceptable which i found mildly amusing for obviously many many reasons i think everyone is a little bit careless with it and they're kind of reaching this point of not caring johnston it is i think something that baffles me having lived in britain for a long time mystics string fixation with world war two the assist among a certain portion of the population and i would be the last to belittle the role that britain played in that conflict or the desirability of victory in that conflict but there's not insignificant number of british people who kind of wish it was still going tom well indeed it's you know it's the finest hour it's the battle of britain it's the kind of fading the we not only stood alone in one thousand nine hundred forty but somehow we won the war avoiding mention of the red army or the US involvement and so on and because you have the iconic figure of churchill that with which president prime minister with whom sorry president prime minister would like to associate himself very much so all this entire bill to write a book yes s. which was really more as much about him was about churchill it must be said i would disagree i think what we saw yes sit in this crowd bashing is now a new level which we've got to but it's the result of the increasing degradation of the a public dialogue tarbey old fashioned the blooming of dog whistles which we've had mainly on brexit but on a lot of other things too on the whole approach adopted now by the government of the story in some newspapers today that if he loses a no confidence vote boris johnson will simply tell the queen i'm not going to resign and you can't make me th all this is it now got to not just the edge of the precipice but to kind of state of public dialogue in this country which i think is very dangerous indeed and if that leads into election campaign that will be ramped up even further world that seems unfortunately rather likely of the not so if we look at where we are not right now which in theory what's thirty one nine twenty two days from from brexit and yet rather before that the prime minister is also by force of law suppose we can extension to brexit de perceive any actual strategy in what the british government is currently doing or is this just panic well there's a there's obviously theories flying around isn't there unless theories of part in talks with hungary and what they might do and how they might kind of block any kind of extension by the e u if they refuse to vote on it and then that will then take boris out of brexit with a hard deal brexit basically with no kind of responsibility and it wasn't his folks he put forward resolutions measures i think the minute what's happening is there's lots of UC look we tried everyone seems to be trying to cover back so that when anything happens they'll say well look we did our bit it wasn't all fall and there's a lot of blame and finger pointing going around or it's almost like everyone's getting ready to say look it wasn't my everything that i could and i think there's a state of general panic from the public as we just watch political leaders seemingly blunder around with no real latte jonathan if this is all about positioning for an election walk is boris johnson thinking at this again as far as possible to tell does you think that that works for him that he finally agrees through gritted teeth at the last minute to seek an extension from the EU the election then comes about he can then say salma was saying this was all everybody else's fault not else which has been the brexit battle cry for the last three years and he will then take advantage of a disorder doc position and win a mandate under his own steam and then presumably we go round again is is that basically the plastic that's basically the plan and you get this extraordinary situation in that scenario it would actually be the government here of the UK the country that is leaving the EU which will be hacking the you for giving it an extension to find new terms you know this is the logic here is is rather rather strange indeed he'd be ending your day it's a classic thing the people against parliament and so on i think and against the europeans and particularly against the germans and the french will come into the sites of the government ten downing street before very long i think when max paul takes a hard line as he probably will the weekend you're going into a kind of nationalist election here with the government boris johnson with his adviser dominic cummings egging him on uh-huh pulling his strings whichever it may be over time going four basically the little england we can make it on our own we're back to shakespeare and henry the fifth and the finest are and so on those on bring it on please and we will punish those nasty europeans donnas we wish i mean how actually gonna punish them of what then subsequent negotiations with the EU which they would have to be will be like the vogels jonathan fenby on some donnie will be back with more from you both in just a moment but first here is multiples ben ryland with some of the other stories we're following today thanks and new turkish forces and syrian rebel allies judah push into syria turkey has been expected to advance into north eastern syria since US president donald trump announced the withdrawal of us troops from the area the move has been widely criticized in washington as a betrayal of the US allies the codes the united states has imposed visa restrictions on chinese government and communist party officials accused of being involved in the mass internment of week.' and other muslim minority negroes in the xinjiang province the restrictions come off to the US commerce department imposed export restrictions on US companies preventing them from selling the products to twenty eight chinese entities and to californian companies have begun shutting off power to about eight hundred thousand customers in a desert and to avoid wildfires caused by winds damaging power equipment forecasters are warning that many parts of northern 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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"It actually suggests escalating is actually not dying down and perhaps choosing an mementos days when the eyes of the world will be on China to show another side today's news panel into you and Mary Digest Ski. We'll discuss the latest violence in Hong Kong and evaluate the reaction from Beijing we will also debate the latest bizarre statements from US President Donald Trump what they might mean for his impeachment fight and we'll take a look at a fake news law in Singapore plus a referendum in Venice that could see the city's sliced up. I'm Andrew Malone Monica House view starts now welcome to the show Joint Festival by Mary Jetski columnist for the independent and The Guardian and Lindy you economist and broadcaster and author of the Great Economists we'll start with Hong Kong who's pro democracy protesters were clearly not unaware of the significance of yesterday's date October. I was the seventieth anniversary three of the founding of the People's Republic of China. The Triumphal parades on the mainland however attracted rather less coverage than less orderly events in Hong Kong the city's police chief estimated at as one of Hong Kong's most violent and chaotic days yet at least two hundred people were hospitalized including twenty-five police officers and one teenage protestor. A Changzhi Ken was wounded by a live round fired by police. He is reported to be in a stable condition. Linda first of all how annoyed bashing be to have been upstaged on its big day well. I think the the timing probably wasn't coincidental. I mean the protesters have been protesting for some time fine but they'd be aware of all of the There's a lot of pageantry to celebrate National Day in China so I think what this is probably showing. Is that this this these protests which have now gone on for weeks and months is no way we can seventeen. I think we're coming up to if I'm counting not right so it just it actually suggests escalating is actually not dying down and they're perhaps choosing a momentous days when the is the world will be on China and to show another side that that is clearly what they would they would like the rest of the world's media the rest of the world leaders to see which is China which is not you know adhering to in their view the one country two systems the kinds of worries they have over the extradition law that was the if you remember way back seventeen weeks ago that was actually the cause of this set a protest protest but this had a protest comes on the back of the umbrella protests so this has been going really for years under the surface will marry convert thought there was is an amount of surprise and bewilderment during the umbrella protests of two thousand fourteen that Beijing were as in patients may be not the right word but they let it go on as long as they did given. Beijing's general lack of enthusiasm allocco public protests and and that has been the same case here. There's been an amount of bemusement that Beijing have seen selling seemed willing to wait it out in a way they obviously would not were with this occurring in Guangzhou Shanghai. heaven offended Beijing. Did you get the sense that Beijing is still willing to just let this run. Its course whatever that maybe well. I think they might have gauged the first of October as being a particular date because that was in a way an invitation tation for Hong Kong to protest and if it has always seemed like a peak that this building towards and that if it turns out that after the first of October then things maybe start to calm down to Peter out bit and it turns out that the anniversary bursary of the founding of Communist China was indeed and it was an invitation to protest it was the high point of the Hong Kong protest after that things will quiet down a bit then in a way way China's gamble may turn out to have paid off but if those protests continue and if they increase US Linda suggested that they could do then I think we're in new territory. I mean it presents a huge dilemma for China because on the one hand they don't want won't scene searchers Tiananmen Square all over the global media would be there's no. There's no covering that up anymore. Now applied to Hong Kong and there's also to a lesser extent than the would've been say five years ago or even ten fifteen years ago the the the the the the there is still to an extent a problem of China may be killing the golden egg back because killing the hand that lays the golden egg because Hong Kong is less important to China's overall economy down it used to be but still important and sending particular message that the use of force in any form would do. I think that is a big problem for China but can it afford Ford to let Hong Kong run out of control on that subject of the use of force Linda there was that significant moment yesterday they weren't the first live rounds fired by police during these protests but this is the first time that we know of the protest has been struck by one mercifully. It does sound from current reports. The The kid concerned is going to be okay but how significant a moment is that within Hong Kong because apart from anything else of course one one of the British traditions with which Hong Kong had got used to living was a kind of a British idea of policing this is this is not the kind of way that people have bring accustomed to Hong Kong police behaving. I think it's very worrying that live ammunition is used at all in these protests. I think this is one of the you you know. There are other ways of controlling the crowd. They've used blue dye and water. Obviously there's also you know I mean that I come back to the escalation. I think think you're looks like the escalation of these protests is very worrying because what it suggesting. Is that you know. I think China has a real dilemma. I'm Hong Kong is an international open city and they will be judged based on how they treat tweet these protests this release pudding one country two systems to the test. Isn't it yeah so this is very much unlike things that might happen on the mainland Hong Kong has opened communications with you know the rest of the world and I think this is why you know if they allowed the umbrella protests. She just run it to see to run then eventually petered out quite a long time. I can see them doing the same thing here because it's not in their interest to to escalate it any further than what was a very significant moment yesterday but on the other hand I think you know there will come a the point where they will be worried about the operational effectiveness of Hong Kong if you can't get around the airport or the rose or that what have you so. I think thank you know my take on it. Is that they won't escalate further if they think that they can keep it just petering out and we simply see this wave down but I would say that even if it does it'll just come back again. in a few years time or even a few months time when there's another trigger because the underlying tension is around a Hong Kong society that believe they had a different system to mainland China for fifty years and and we're only about twenty two years into the system and they're not They're not going to be letting go of this issue. Mary does Hong Kong's government have any options for de-escalation then really left to Carrie Lam angst chief executive as already announced that the bill which initially sparked this off which would have allowed extradition of criminal suspects to the Chinese mainland. is is dead buried an ex bill. It has to be etc but that obviously hasn't persuaded. Swipe anybody to get off the streets. The now talking in terms of things like universal suffrage like proper elections to the Hong Kong Legislative Council as the rest of the world would recognize awesome is the remotest danger of that demand being met. I think it's very very difficult. I mean we were talking about the dilemma for Beijing well well. There's an equal and opposite dilemma for Hong Kong because time watts under British rule when there was a sort of acceptance that yes at times there were protests but the words the wasn't democracy under British rule. The was a certain sort of acceptance off. You've sort of moderation and it seems to me that in the last twenty years you've got a new generation that really I the has no understanding or no acceptance that the solution that they've got or at least they had until few months ago. is probably as good as it's going to get in. Hong Kong now. You know I'm very sorry about that. because obviously that's not what you know for somebody like me coming from you know a democratic country in the western world to say well. I'm sorry maybe you're going to have to settle for something less than that but to be realistic about it look at the power that Hong that that that China wields as against Hong Kong and it doesn't seem to me that at least at the moment there is any way that the protesters can win if what thereafter is universal suffrage Western-style Democracy human rights writes that is not going to happen now it may be that in twenty years you're going to be looking at these torch protests in these sorts of political demands in many parts of China but you're not seeing that at the moment and I think until you start seeing that then it's very difficult to see how the protests in Hong Kong can go beyond the end of the extradition. Bill Linda you America Jetski. We'll be back with you both in just a moment. I multiple Daniel Beach with some of the other stories. We're following today. Thank you Andrew in Washington. The House of Representatives has threatened to subpoena the White House. If it did not comply with requests for documents related to Donald Trump's attempts to pressure Ukraine into investigating Joe Biden and his son they've also asked for records relating to the trump administration's ministrations attempts to conceal the president's action the White House has been given a Friday deadline in the latest twist in the impeachment inquiry the US has been granted granted approval to impose seven point five billion dollars in tariffs on goods it imports from the European Union this is just the latest drama and a fight between the EU and us which which has lasted fifteen years over illegal subsidies for planemakers Airbus and rival Boeing the tariffs could affect aircraft parts coming in from the EU which would raise prices for Airbus Brussels has called the move to impose the tariffs counterproductive the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson says his government's its final brexit proposals will include custom checks on the island of Ireland. Johnson added that the new proposals would now be submitted to the European Union. The European Commission says it will examine the proposals objectively report suggests that North Korea has fired a ballistic missile from a submarine it comes just hours after Pyongyang Zhang said it would resume nuclear talks with Washington South Korean officials say the missile reached an altitude of almost a thousand kilometers before landing in the Sea of Japan and finally the monocle minute reports on the annual. UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index which has rated Munich as the city most vulnerable to a property bubble it echoes. Some of the concerns raised. Mongols quality of life survey for more on this story had over two monocle dot com slash minute. Those are some of the day's news headlines. Lines now back to you Andrew. Thank you Daniel. This is Monaco's house view..

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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Are they going to be just kind of a fashion title. Losing the kind of you know this the face Kunar's in a way but then then you look at the tagline and the bottom they didn't lose that look at that coronation street clubbing Barcelona Tiger rescues and Saxon acid so I mean this Blackie Tho those sound like strep lines from the face in the eighties and nineties regrettably none of the stories I used to write for it but do you think that the name does still mean anything to people who never actually read the magazine. That's what interests me about this because what they are aiming at is not people well who read or indeed wrote for the face the first time those names you have just mentioned meaning almost zero to somebody of my generation so clearly they're hoping the cashier has endured aunt and I think he did and I spoke to the director of the face for the Stack Chamorro Little Promo here and he told me because one of the CO versus Harry styles the former one direction he said the fans are obsessed. I mean I think that the issue of the covert it's practically sold out to the moment so I mean they chose very well who is going to to be on the covert and how to attract his young market and I know I have a question for you because I've often wondered why the attempts that were made over the years to revive life magazine never seemed to work and I looked a magazine like life and think Oh it represents these beautiful time I suppose mid-century sophistication Shen at feels like that sort of Totta would be ripe for a refresh bed as Andrew was hinting at you would need to aim it towards people that didn't know about that the when reading the original life so it does make you wonder like what kind of capital does a brand like that have to refresh to be looked the revivals of television series. They usually try to revive themselves in aim towards a new audience. What does it take to successfully revive a brand? I think any magazine can can be survive. Of course you need the new markets but but bent the only only difference here for if they did it with the face. If you come back you need to become even glossier and bigger than usual because that's where magazines are heading to okay we need to talk very Harry finally and very briefly about succession which is a TV series. I know many people in this building are extremely excited by Fernando well. I'm very excited and demand seen in front of an abandoned was the one who recommended it was it was I is just a fantastic series about the Roy Family Logan Roy. He's like Rupert Murdoch Murdoch character talk and he has to choose a successor on his kids of course he loves power and everybody backstab everyone and that's enjoyable and I love watching watching series of billionaires. It's more fun. It's more fun than any others you see appeal of Ben is it just you can tune in. Hey these rich people are miserable Zaire and finally it's very difficult to turn to strike though because the way that the reasons accession is so enjoyable to watch because they are terrible people but you somehow care for them at the same time and that's a very very difficult to cleverness of the writing it just bowls me over every episode I watched but there is something to be said about wanting we know the darkest secrets of the media will we do have succession and we have the the loudest voice on at the same time those two series about vaguely similar media media worlds and then don't forget bombshell coming out very very soon with Nicole Kidman as Gretchen Carlson. It's going to be a bit of a bombshell. I might say that is all we have time time for today Ben Ryland and Fernando Pacheco. Thank you both for joining us. Monica's house few was produced by Tom Hall S Judea Manage. It was David Steven's coming up at twenty hundred brand new edition addition of the menu with Mark Sippy Amanullah..

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"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"monica house" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"It is very strange but but again nothing is beyond russia and i think they simply kept these prisoners on the rap so well that haven't forgot about them and <hes>. I don't think the international community will make a big sort of offloading being released <hes> they will be more concerned with the v._i._p. Prisoner of conscience prisoners. He'll released alongside them okay. You're listening to monaco's the house view. We're going to take a short break now. In a moment a reminiscence of the britpop walls yeah <music>. This is monica's house view. I'm andrew muller. It is twenty five years ago that oasis released definitely maybe an album about about which the best and the worst thing was that it sounded like it had been recorded twenty five years before that it became the fastest selling debut album in british history and rocketed rocketed oasis to superstardom at the start of nineteen ninety four. They were the kind of band that blase music journalist ignored when they were playing in the room next door at the water. Rats in kings is cross and i wonder why my memoir didn't sell by the end of the same year. Oasis were headlining arenas around the world on route. Two stadiums here is more from monocle senior editor rob bound.

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"monica house" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"monica house" Discussed on Latino USA

"And so see out went to all the local cafes in her neighborhood. But got got especially the ones where old got that on Grandpa's hang out and read newspapers all day. She hopes someone had a story to share. But no one's to recall if they had seen him which made sense when he moved here in nineteen sixty seven he had just published one hundred years of solitude, and it was published in Latin American publishing company in when aside so he went to winnow side is to publish the book. It was a huge success, and he was already becoming pretty famous and Latin America, but when he moved to say Lana he wasn't famous in Spain yet. So that was one of the things that also attracted him here was that he could live his everyday life and butter Lona. And nobody knew who he was. Eventually Lucienne found the name of one. I'm gobbles best friends when he lived in that guy DO she actually got back to me, and she was really lovely. And she met up with me for coffee, and we've talked let these declined to be recorded. But she told Lucia interesting facts about gobble, apparently he was so prising leash when people approach him at a cafe he refused to sign napkins pieces of paper. He would only sign books, and if the person did not have a book than he would ask for their address and mail them signed copy. See magic him licking stamps and placing them on packages while looking out a window out of you. That is now hers. Meanwhile, wasn't sending anything anywhere. All of March was kind of got knows stories commissioned. And normally this would have been a huge problem when you're freelancer, and you have no stories that are getting approved. You have nothing to do with your time. But now days were filled up imagining God was about assuming that looks like every man with a moustache on the street seemed like him. And she tells deeper and learned about characters like Godman by sales and this moment in Arizona's history were Latin American writers became the leading intellectuals. She realized there was a story to tell and I'm the prison to do it because I'm the prison that lives in Monica's house. Lucia wrote two articles about living with gobbles ghost. She described the strange occurrences in her apartment and also described the scene in the nineteen sixties, and it was the home to writers like Montiel show sat. See the no so. Swing your Julio. Gotta. I just. And of course..

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"monica house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"monica house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"President is perfect is he making some mistakes of course every president makes mistakes there is not a single president who hasn't stepped in it at some point but the importance of donald trump in this is why he's got to succeed and he's got to survive in office cannot allow impeachment to go forward cannot allow any of any of these attacks to to succeed because this trump is actually a once in a republic champs never my once in a lifetime once in a republic champs bring this country back to its foundational principles and bring it back to where it should be to where the founders intended again he is not perfect but i quoted the before we hit the last break in the last hour i could have former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld who said you go to war with the army in the leaders you have donald trump is here okay and the importance of what he represents cannot be understated this is a man who is taking on the ruling class again on both sides who have giant out on this rotten status quo for decades at the cost of us and if the cost of this country what he's doing he's he's overturning the money changers tables he's making the comfortable uncomfortable he's making representative government representative again and he's making the government earned the consent of the governed by earning back the trust of the people while monica house he do in that his job approval rating is a really low oh same polls at of mrs clinton winning in a landslide okay we'll see i am telling you right now if i had to put money on this.

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"monica house" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"monica house" Discussed on KTRH

"People while monica house he do in that his job approval rating is the really low of same polls at of mrs clinton winning in a landslide okay we'll see i am telling you right now if i had to put money on this and by the way as most of you know i was the very first person to go on fox news literally i dunno 48 hours after donald trump came down the escalator in june of 2015 and told you know bill o'reilly and don imus who are all everybody was having a good hearty chuckle over donald trump what a joke it all was and how was a vanity run and i looked at them and i said and i said this anybody who asked stop laughing do not underestimate him he's going to pull the whole thing off and here we are he's pulled the whole thing off against all conventional wisdom y you know when people say to me i cannot believe the republicans elected donald trump i say are but that's where you're wrong republicans did not elect donald trump disaffected democrats in the ten key swing states elected donald trump because they were so ignored and so blown off by the democratic party that had become a party of the coastal elites that what they saw on this blue color billionaire was somebody who was talking directly to them and who they believed in and made their champion and that's why as the first person as far as i know who have said pointblank 48 hours after he declared that he was going to be not just the republican nominee but likely the next president and i will tell you right now if i had to put money on it the man is going to get reelected his pull numbers were all over the place people were outraged the media was pounding him the critical point is if he can deliver a booming economy which he has already started to do which this tax cut his going to continue he will be reelected which of course.

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"monica house" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"monica house" Discussed on KTRH

"People while monica house he do in that his job approval rating is the really low of same polls at of mrs clinton winning in a landslide okay we'll see i am telling you right now if i had to put money on this and by the way as most of you know i was the very first person to go on fox news literally i dunno 48 hours after donald trump came down the escalator in june of 2015 and told you know bill o'reilly and don imus who are all everybody was having a good hearty chuckle over donald trump what a joke it all was and how was a vanity run and i looked at them and i said and i said this anybody who asked stop laughing do not underestimate him he's going to pull the whole thing off and here we are he's pulled the whole thing off against all conventional wisdom y you know when people say to me i cannot believe the republicans elected donald trump i say are but that's where you're wrong republicans did not elect donald trump disaffected democrats in the ten key swing states elected donald trump because they were so ignored and so blown off by the democratic party that had become a party of the coastal elites that what they saw on this blue color billionaire was somebody who was talking directly to them and who they believed in and made their champion and that's why as the first person as far as i know who have said pointblank 48 hours after he declared that he was going to be not just the republican nominee but likely the next president and i will tell you right now if i had to put money on it the man is going to get reelected his pull numbers were all over the place people were outraged the media was pounding him the critical point is if he can deliver a booming economy which he has already started to do which this tax cut his going to continue he will be reelected which of course.

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"monica house" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"monica house" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"There is a realistic chance it's of charges being brought twenty five to eight nearly ten years ago the west stood on the brink of a financial meltdown a didn't quite happened with the effects of the crash you're with us to this day and that of what is we might be heading in the same direction for much the same reasons to many people being loaned too much money especially now young people are economics earlier kemal ombudsmen talk into andrew bailey use the head of the financial conduct authority there is quarter net quotas pronounced buildup of indebtedness amongst the younger age group an by the way i don't think this and we should not think this is social and sons reckless borrowing i think mrs lawrimore sort of direct to the arts central costs i saw a decrepit of what garden rungta that is why centers run by a charles's talking to people were programmed does and it's not new credits and insular classics on so those are those of ford affordability of a living monica's housing do you think it is i think it's growing now i don't think by unmos in the school says it's such as acc it's a crisis in the macroeconomic sense of a but i think what we observe this for it from the point of view of him conduct bora and so on is that is growing in a narrow particular sort of in a sense concentrations sought we observe there has been a clear shift i think only generational pattern of of wealth become a that translates into i think a greater indebtedness a younger age than was probably seen before and that reflects lowell somewhat lower levels of real income somewhat lower levels of of us ownership a and that's i think in an interesting developments in britain which is quite difference intergenerational experiences in terms of different age population of both groups population if there is a growing problem maybe not systemic microalgae say but he's a growing problem with ubs solutions we can put in place in the school they're going to credit should not be available to the sites of sorts slaughter because credit.

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