17 Burst results for "Moravia"
"moravia" Discussed on Real Dictators
"German Reich is terribly unfair. In Britain, conscription is introduced. Armaments production is stepped up. A bear craft especially. Old frontline biplanes are being replaced by a new generation of fighters. Hurricanes, Spitfires. If Chamberlain has done anything, it's to buy the country some time. Military overtures are made to Poland, even further afield to Greece, turkey, Romania, to anyone who can contain German expansion. Britain and France also begin talks with the Soviet Union. In Prague, the swastika flies from the harassing palace, seats of the old kings of Bohemia. Happy Hitler, through pilsner goggles, declares that this is a teutonic city, a Germanic one. Any fool can see it. He has liberated Prague from the clutches of the ghastly Slavs. Oh. And better get started on rooting out the Jews. Slovakia becomes a Nazi client state. Hungary and Poland are soon laying claim to their own ethnic enclaves in the east of the country. Czechoslovakia is no more. The Czech heartland becomes the protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Nazi Germany has its first vassal. Its first colony. Those eastern neighbors scavenging on the czechoslovakian carcass should be careful what they wish for. And none more so than Poland. It, too, is being sucked into the machinations of Berlin. The chief cause of resentment for Hitler is the existence of the Polish corridor. Another legacy of hated Versailles this 70 mile wide strip of land has been carved straight through German territory. It's been done in order to give the Polish state access to the Baltic Sea. The history of this region, old pomerania is complex. Overlordship has been contested through the centuries. But Germany's misgivings are evident to anyone with access to a map. The Polish corridor has severed east Prussia from the main body of Germany. Its great old port, Danzig, has also been confiscated. It's been turned into a free city under League of Nations rule, linked with Poland in a customs union. Not only is this a humiliation radius Hitler, but once again, ethnic Germans have been cut off from the Reich. And such an injustice can not stand. A week after his entry into Prague, for an encore, Hitler heads to spheno munda on the Baltic. There, alongside loyal admiral Ryder, he boards the cruiser deutschland. Hitler is not a good sailor. He gets violently seasick. But he does his best to keep his lunch down as they sail to the eastern extremity of the German coastline. To the small port of memel. Just like Danzig, its rule has been awarded to another party. In this case, Lithuania. As per the playbook, mammal is already awash with trumped up tales of ethnic Germans being brutalized at the hands of their new governors. From ship to shore, a green looking Hitler coordinates the final twisting of the thumbscrews. Lithuania must give up the town to the Reich, or have it obliterated. Maimon is duly ceded. So far, Germany has been accommodating towards Poland. A ten year non aggression pact was signed in 1934. Poland is no pushover either. It beat the Soviet Union in a short war in 1920. The invasion of Poland still lies in the future, no one knows yet how easy it ultimately was for Germany to invade Poland, Poland was still seen as a major military power. So they pretend to still going on that Poland and Germany are getting along with each other. But just a month after Munich, joachim von Ribbentrop is on maneuvers the Polish ambassador is invited to lunch at the grand hotel in bergdorf garden. The Nazi foreign minister wants to run a couple of ideas by him. What if Germany were to create its own transport link across the Polish corridor? An outer barn and a railway. Also, how about the return of Danzig to German control, but with poem and maintaining free access and usage? The real threat to their joint security comes in the shape of Bolshevik Russia, he reminds. None of this cozy enough to Moscow, not a good idea. Much better the Germans and poles stand side by side. In return, Germany is willing to extend its non aggression pact to 25 years. Play its cards right, and there could be future spoils for Poland in Ukraine. And he has some handy hints regarding Poland's own Jewish problem. Little does ambassador lipski know in the Nazis hunt for living space, Poland is the next designated acquisition. He is telling the poles he is telling the world that this is still only about undoing the Versailles settlement. Of course, at the end of the day, it doesn't matter too much what the polls think. In the perfect world, you would create a situation where the Polish government will say, all right, then so we happily succeed those territories to you. But that's just not going to happen. In Hitler knows that. Polish foreign minister josep Beck is the next dignitary to be invited to the berkoff. For him, there is no Hitler hairdryer. Far from it, the Führer is the perfect host. This is all smoke and mirrors. As in the sudetenland, as in memo, there are the usual noises offstage. Histrionic outrages about the alleged Polish mistreatment of the 800,000 Germans living in Danzig and the corridor. Beck summons the German ambassador and warns him off intervention. What the hell is Germany playing at? He thought they had a relationship. Any attempt to change the status of Polish territory would be regarded as an act of war. In London, prime minister Neville Chamberlain is now an ill man. His tireless efforts to keep peace have taken a huge toll on his health. He will be dead in just over 18 months. In his own way, a casualty of the war that Hitler is about to unleash. Having been made to look a fool once he will not let it happen again. He makes a categorical offer of military assistance, should Polish independence come under threat. The French have joined him in these assurances, he says. It was clear that Munich was dad that the idea that she could somehow have an amicable solution that included the Germans that was just not happening. And what really happens there is that both Britain and France pivot towards a policy of containment of deterrence and this is the context in which Britain gives the security assurance to Poland. They really kind of drawing the line in the center there. And if you cross that, there will be war. There might be no great love in Paris and London for Poland at that time. But there is this red line, and once you cross it, there will be war, but Hitler ultimately sees this as a kind
"moravia" Discussed on VUX World
"So hey, I'm here with doctor Joan Palmer bajorek. Am I pronouncing your name right or is it by your egg or some other pronunciation? Yeah, in English, it's bajorek. Question all that. I usually joke it. It's like home budge. And it's a very long name. But yeah, it's originally from Bohemia from Czech Republic. You serious? Many generations ago. Many, many, many. Oh, cool, cool. I lived in Prague. So in bohemian, but in Moravia, yeah, cool. Have you ever visited? I have. Yeah, actually, it's so strange. I walked around in a blue scarf and a black coat. And I looked like everybody, or people kept asking me for directions. And I was like, oh yeah, my people are from here. Blend in. Yeah. No, that's great. That's great. So please, John, you know, I think you're very well known in the industry because of various things like women and voice and you're now with one reach AI. But maybe could you give a bit of an introduction to yourself and say where you've come from and what you've been up to and what you're doing now, please? Yeah, absolutely. Well, greetings from Seattle. My name is Joan. I am right. I'm the VP of product research at one reached AI. My previous background is in linguistics and academia. So I am originally a linguist, it's really early in my career as a linguist final P and acoustics and was like, this is the future. All in at the time, it was hard. People really don't touch that. Bad idea, difficult, but the research at a Stanford. So that was circa 2015. And from there, got my PhD in this field speech language technology and really seeing the future of multimodal interfaces. From there, I worked at nuance as a senior senior conversation designer, whatever titles they use these days at nuance. And then worked at a digital agency versa after that. And then several startups and my technical career on product data, all the different things as our field evolves, and as you mentioned most people know me best for women in voice, which I bootstrapped starting in 2018 when I was like, where are the women? Where are the people of color? This field has such opportunity and especially with my research and bias and kind of how systems perform. Like when we talk about optimal systems and I was like, wait a minute, these problems are interrelated. There's no women in the building. I wish that were joke, but it's real. And so building women and voice to the size and scale it is today with over 20 chapters across the world in four years and then my technical career in data and product and kind of translating that to storytelling, I would argue, to be able to speak to larger audiences and you know the public speaking I do on different stages as a public speaker and influencer. So that's me in a nutshell. But pretty good show. You've done a lot and it's a lot of great stuff, like really fantastic work with women and voice and various stages of your career. And so now you're one reach and I recently read age of invisible machines, which of course was written by rob Wilson, the CEO of and really incredible
"moravia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It was unlikely to have been fired from Russia. We can speak now to our war so bureau chief piaget's got a Piazza good morning to you. What do we know this morning about what happened in eastern Poland? Hi, so so far, obviously the Polish authorities have been very reluctant to give us any details about what really happened. Now, as far as what has been established based on the comments coming from the authorities is that there was a rocket, what they described very late as Russian mate market that lended on a village called shaved, which is just quite close to the border with Ukraine about four models. On the Polish side, of course, and it hit a farm. We talked to the witnesses there and obviously this creative sort of a crater in the land and also destroyed or damaged one of the buildings. And two people died. As a result, farm workers who were employed there for a very long time when they knew when the news was exactly happened where reluctant to describe it as other than nothing else as an explosion. Now, it's quite unprecedented for the authorities here to do that because usually they're very eager to blame Russia for anything that happens. Bond has been down supporter of Ukraine. And the latest we hear from the officials, including president Andre duda prime minister Moravia, is that they summoned Russian ambassador to Poland, has been summoned for today to meet Polish foreign ministry officials. And Poland is very likely to invoke what's called article four of the NATO treaty during the Brussels meeting of NATO ambassadors that's starting today. So that's a much as we know from the ground. Okay. It's really good to have you on. So article four, if Poland evokes this, this is basically discussions right further discussions because Poland is a NATO member, but present Biden seems to be trying to reign in what we knew was always a risk of an escalation of this war in Ukraine of Russia's war in Ukraine. Article four what will flow from that if Poland goes down that route? So as you said, I mean, indeed, this is just consultations. Obviously, it's first move. And it's significant. This will start consultation and this will this is usually raised by a member state. Not very often. If they feel that the integrity of the land is being threatened. So this is just consultation. This is short of the article 5, which would mean NATO would have to get involved because one of its members feels or determined that it has been attacked. So obviously already right from the start, we are talking about in my step, if you go Now, what we so, obviously, what we heard from President Biden. But also from other leaders, I think it was also Turkish president Erdoğan talking today is that President Biden said it's very unlikely that or at least the initial assessment that they have. It's very unlikely that this was the market came from the Russian side based on the projectile. But then obviously we're going to see how this will pan out. I don't think are we our assessment shows that it's not in anyone's interest to escalate this further. It comes obviously on the day or by the end of the day where huge amount of rockets have been shot towards a Ukraine knocking down a lot of infrastructure. That would if that were confirmed as an attack on the NATO member then that would escalate the situation further, but at this point everyone is trying to stay cool or stay calm as much as they can. Okay, and we'll continue to monitor that story closely. Thank you so much for joining us. Our Warsaw bureau chief there with the latest from Poland, this is Bloomberg. Now
"moravia" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"But we aren't leaving just yet. At least, we aren't if it's 1907. That's because this same year that sees over 1 million immigrants passed through Ellis island, also sees the passage of another immigration act. In this one, Congress increases the reasons for which we could get rejected, while also placing the burden of cost for returning any turned away immigrants to Europe on the shipping company that brought them. As such, these companies are doing health inspections to try and turn away anyone who would get rejected at Ellis island and mandatory vaccinations are happening right here. Yep, just as we thought, those faux vax cards wouldn't have spared us a thing. Meanwhile, German steamships make passengers sit tight for a two week quarantine. But coming from Italy, we're lucky. State officials ask us all the same questions used to Ellis island verbatim, and their coaching us on how to give the right answers. Man, what a leg up. This is also exhausting. Between getting to the port and possible quarantines, we might be a month or more into this trip, and we haven't even left Europe. Finally, though. We're on board and heading out to sea. Long gone are the days of sale and their months long transatlantic voyages. Whatever vessel we're on, it's a steamship and crossing the Atlantic shouldn't exceed two weeks. Traveling in first and second class is a good time. There are distinctions between these classes, obviously. But either way, we're talking private cabins, fine dining, entertainment, smoke rooms, bars, and quality outside time on deck. And as I touched on earlier, they generally do not go to Ellis island. When we get to New York, these esteemed ladies and gentlemen will do their medical exams and whatnot on the ship. Then disembark at a pier in NYC. The only real chance they'll head to Ellis island is if they get flagged for further medical inspections or legal issues. But as for the rest of us, most of us. We're traveling down in steerage. We got small taste of steerage with the capras and the more kids. But here's a closer look at the, well, nightmare we're now experiencing. Our dormitory segment in the hole contains several rows of metal framed bunks. Upwards of 200 in fact. These are our beds. There are divisions men, women, families, but still, no privacy. It's particularly terrible for women, though, as they face constant sexual harassment. Historian Tyler and binder notes this oft overlooked aspect of steerage life in his book, city of dreams. Quote, from the moment they got up in the morning to the moment they went to bed at night. Women were pod, groped, and propositioned, primarily by the ship's crew, but also by mail passengers. As for food, we all carry our own rarely if ever washed utensils to eat are less than high quality meals that often include potatoes meat and bread. The coffee and tea are terrible. Nor is this a lady's first situation, so women traveling alone often end up with the scraps. If you have special dietary needs, you're out of luck. Jews stay in kosher, basically live on water and bread all the way to New York. Everything is filthy. Sticky. Many can't figure out how to work the two few toilets. So they just relieve themselves wherever. And there's no real ventilation. So that smell is everywhere. Showering and laundry aren't happening either. One undercover reporter posing as a steerage immigrant will later recall that the ship doesn't provide soap, towels, or baths. Just a very few wash basins and sinks. So the hundred plus house in our section are, like us, pretty ripe after a few days. And again, no ventilation. But we aren't done with the smells. Let's not forget seasickness, which causes nausea and sometimes vomiting. Further, inspections, vaccinations and quarantines may keep disease down, but with these unsanitary conditions, illness definitely makes the rounds if it gets on board. To give but one example, a cholera outbreak sends 26 of the Moravia's 350 Ellis island bound steerage passengers to their watery graves on a late 1892 voyage. 23 of them are infants. Some post 1900 ships have new steerage, AKA third class, which divides steerage into shared rooms for 8 or less people. That alone resolves a lot of these issues, but these ships are rare and you and I aren't that lucky. The old school steerage experience that leaves many feeling as though they've been treated like cattle will endure well into the 20th century. Finally, we make it to New York harbor, but we can't disembark just yet. First, we have our second medical inspection. Or third, if the railroad we took to our port of departure inspected us, which could have been the case. The marine hospital service, or public health service after its 1902 name change, ferries a physician out to our ship. This will be it for the first and second class passengers. For those of us in steerage, the physician is weeding out only those showing symptoms for the worst diseases. Cholera, smallpox, and so on. If some are found, they'll be isolated in a nearby hospital while the rest of us will remain on board, quarantined from the U.S. population until the powers that be are convinced we aren't ill. It could be quite a weight. Or not. In January, 1905, one steamship, the fatherland, gets cleared after autopsy showed that non contagious pneumonia took the lives of its 11 dead. This spares the ship's 1000 steerage passengers from a longer quarantine. But whatever misery's weave suffered on this voyage, there's nothing that compares to what happens next. As our ship enters the upper harbor, we see it. These colossal work. The Statue of Liberty. Is the euphoria overcoming us because of what the torch bearing red fading to green lady liberty signifies? Or just the fact that this hellacious voyage is over. All things considered, I'd say those sentiments aren't mutually exclusive. It's only a brief respite, though. We all know the ordeal. The gauntlet run. That lies ahead of us. And if we fail, it means all of these weeks are even months of travel and all the money we've spent. We'll come to not. As we're sent all the way back to Europe. Does not thought just make you sick. Tonight will be a sleepless night in steerage indeed, but this time, not because of the still present smells and sounds, but because tomorrow, we're in for the test of our lives. The feared Ellis island inspection.
"moravia" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"Pass through Ellis island, also sees the passage of another immigration act. In this one, Congress increases the reasons for which we could get rejected, while also placing the burden of cost for returning any turned away immigrants to Europe on the shipping company that brought them. As such, these companies are doing health inspections to try and turn away anyone who would get rejected at Ellis island and mandatory vaccinations are happening right here. Ah, yep, just as we thought, those faux vax cards wouldn't have spared us a thing. Meanwhile, German steamships make passengers sit tight for a two week quarantine. But coming from Italy, we're lucky. State officials ask us all the same questions used to Ellis island verbatim, and their coaching us on how to give the right answers. Man, what a leg up. But this is also exhausting. Between getting to the port and possible quarantines, we might be a month or more into this trip, and we haven't even left Europe. Finally, though, we're on board and heading out to sea. Long gone are the days of sale and their months long transatlantic voyages. Whatever vessel we're on, it's a steamship and crossing the Atlantic shouldn't exceed two weeks. Traveling in first and second class is a good time. There are distinctions between these classes, obviously. But either way, we're talking private cabins, fine dining, entertainment, smoke rooms, bars, and quality outside time on deck. And as I touched on earlier, they generally do not go to Ellis island. When we get to New York, these esteemed ladies and gentlemen will do their medical exams and whatnot on the ship, then disembark at a pier in NYC. The only real chance they'll head to Ellis island is if they get flagged for further medical inspections or legal issues. But as for the rest of us, most of us were traveling down in steerage. We got a small taste of steerage with the capras and the more kids. But here's a closer look at the, well, nightmare we're now experiencing. Our dormitory segment in the hole contains several rows of metal framed bunks. Upwards of 200 in fact. These are our beds. There are divisions men, women, families, but still, no privacy. It's particularly terrible for women, though, as they face constant sexual harassment. Historian Tyler and binder notes this oft overlooked aspect of steerage life in his book, city of dreams. Quote, from the moment they got up in the morning to the moment they went to bed at night. Women were pod, groped, and propositioned, primarily by the ship's crew, but also by male passengers. As for food, we all carry our own rarely if ever washed utensils to eat our less than high quality meals that often include potatoes meat and bread. The coffee and tea are terrible. Nor is this a lady's first situation, so women traveling alone often end up with the scraps. If you have special dietary needs, you're out of luck. Jews staying kosher basically live on water and bread all the way to New York. Everything is filthy. Sticky. Many can't figure out how to work the two few toilets. So they just relieve themselves wherever. And there's no real ventilation. So that smell is everywhere. Showering and laundry aren't happening either. One undercover reporter posing as a steerage immigrant will later recall that the ship doesn't provide soap, towels, or baths. Just a very few wash basins and sinks. So the hundred plus housed in our section are, like us, pretty ripe after a few days. And again, no ventilation. But we aren't done with the smells. Let's not forget seasickness, which causes nausea and sometimes vomiting. Further, inspections, vaccinations and quarantines may keep disease down, but with these unsanitary conditions, illness definitely makes the rounds if it gets on board. To give but one example, a cholera outbreak sends 26 of the Moravia's 350 Ellis island bound steerage passengers to their watery graves on a late 1892 voyage. 23 of them are infants. Some post 1900 ships have new steerage, AKA third class, which divides steerage into shared rooms for 8 or less people. That alone resolves a lot of these issues, but these ships are rare and you and I aren't that lucky. The old school steerage experience that leaves many feeling as though they've been treated like cattle will endure well into the 20th century. Finally, we make it to New York harbor, but we can't disembark just yet. First, we have our second medical inspection. Or third, if the railroad we took to our port of departure inspected us, which could have been the case. The marine hospital service, or public health service after its 1902 name change, ferries a physician out to our ship. This will be it for the first and second class passengers. For those of us in steerage, the physician is weeding out only those showing symptoms for the worst diseases. Cholera, smallpox, and so on. If some are found, they'll be isolated in a nearby hospital while the rest of us will remain on board. Quarantine from the U.S. population until the powers that be are convinced we aren't ill. It could be quite a wait. Or not. In January, 1905, one steamship, the fatherland, gets cleared after autopsy show that non contagious pneumonia took the lives of its 11 dead. This spares the ship's 1000 steerage passengers from a longer quarantine. But whatever misery's weave suffered on this voyage, there's nothing that compares to what happens next. As our ship enters the upper harbor, we see it. These colossal work. The Statue of Liberty. Is the euphoria overcoming us because of what the torch bearing red fading to green lady liberty signifies? Or just the fact that this hellacious voyage is over. All things considered, I'd say those sentiments aren't mutually exclusive. It's only a brief respite, though. We all know the ordeal. The gauntlet run. That lies ahead of us. And if we fail, it means all of these weeks are even months of travel and all the money we've spent. We'll come to not. Because we're sent all the way back to Europe. Does
"moravia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Or you're viewing this as a reason to look to renewables as an alternative The high gas prices lately have not pushed enough to get the lawmakers to drop this It really the focus on Russia sanctions has at least to some extent outweighed the concerns that the president has outlined Maria a lot of people are looking at additional steps beyond just sanctions because there are a lot of questions about the efficacy of them including no fly zones This is but a huge controversial point because people are worried that to say a no fly zone over Ukraine means direct confrontation with Russia What's the latest thinking a non sanctions related approaches It is because if you put a plane that has to enforce a no go area and the skies of Ukraine of course it means that there is a possibility Again I don't want to speculate but there could be a possibility in which two planes one that is need to another one that is Russia They get into confrontation If there's a casualty then you can see why this conflict would take a much bigger dimension going forward So yes we know that right now it's a very difficult battle for Ukraine on the skies Yeah they have set for days now We need to bring this fight to the ground If we do that while Ukraine will be in a much better position to defend itself because Russia will run into logistical problems or not fighting at home they'll have issues with food supply of fuel and so on but the problem is this guy is this is this is very dangerous and this is what I hear from my European sources that say there could be an accident and that could lead to something much bigger when it comes to the sanctions You know it's interesting because I did hear from the Polish prime minister Moravia singing for me the fact that spare bank and Gazprom were so meek and deals with them to this date is something that is unacceptable and Poland will put this to a debate We want to see a full ban on energy I'd rather use cold and blood money coming from Russian energy Maria wonderful As always Maria today are there And Jack Fitzpatrick a headline from the spokesperson for prime minister Boris Johnson the UK will consider all options on Russian energy sanctions Let's go through the data and make this very simple Tom You've got the symbolism and then you've got the substance In America right now there is an effort building to ban Russian crude imports I think the substance is important here The team here at Bloomberg put together the numbers Tom Russian crude imports into the United States tiny about 3% of the total in 2021 Bear that in mind bear this in mind as well Given where we are currently there are some refiners who don't want to touch the stuff at the moment So politically this door is open for the U.S. term to make a call That is technically already happening The imports of Russian crude into America tiny as a percentage of the total imports into America on top of that the refiners at the moment aren't touching it The issue that a lot of people in this crude market would have Tom If that decision was made by the U.S. they'd start to wander a little bit more if that decision would be followed by the Europeans That would be the path of John and I'm going to go back to the great discussion We had yesterday on letters of credit which is basically the ancient trust in the system trust is being broken right now and in these commercial transactions where do you see an end to trust where we reaffirm something as simple and ancient as letters of credit I don't see it They just don't have the clarity To make the transactions at the moment which is the reason why you're seeing the essential bands by a lot of different places I was struck by for example Alcoa the huge aluminum producer in the United States saying that they can not do business with Russia the way that they have Russia supplies about 10% of U.S. aluminum Biden has said he particularly did not include this in sanctions yet here we are once again seeing the restrictions self imposed by a lot of these companies Is it for the Russian president goes into Ukraine so you just assume that we get another step up in sanctions And when you start to think about what's left for America this is it really isn't it What will that do though If this hasn't worked so far and the market's already responding as if a lot of these sanctions are being implemented Futures down a tenth on the S&P on the NASDAQ down a quarter of 1% Yields lower two basis points crude higher at 1.5% to one 1225 Brent really close to one 20 overnight WTI the higher the session one 16 57 from New York heard on radio scene on TV This is Bloomberg Now with the latest news from New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr Tom Lisa John the.
"moravia" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Done before the i sets group had been enlarged significantly for the invasion of russia in the wake of the initial an initial invasion. They're killing political enemies. They're killing commissars. But they're also they start massacring jews and in fact they start carrying out mass shootings on a scale never equalled before or since in human history. These are the biggest mass shootings of civilians. Probably that there will ever be. We fucking hope. Hope the first of these shootings is the bobby yard massacre in which thirty three thousand seven hundred seventy one. Jewish civilians were shot to death in a ravine outside of kiev. In two days. Bobby are was followed by the odessa massacre. Later the same year in which more than fifty thousand jews were shot to death and again roughly two days. There were hundreds of other smaller massacres. From a couple of dozen people to thousands of people and a lot of the killing has also. It's not just shooting. Shooting is probably the biggest death toll here but they're are also killing people with mobile gas fans which they had developed initially to execute the mentally handicapped now at least one and a half million people and perhaps as many as two million holocaust victims were killed this way. Just being gunned down or gaspard. Small vans By numbers of people. Now this is still too slow for the number of jews. And other undesirables that the nazis requiring acquiring in their conquests and worse than being slow. It's bad for the men doing it. The germans have limited manpower. they have limited ammunition and they find that you know. High heidrick had called his s. Ideological shock troops right. He made a big deal about how hard we have to be willing to do. Terrible things we have to be in order to save the reich but these guys the hardest and worst of the nazis couldn't handle the mental strain of what they were doing. Yeah they are matic for them. Yeah which they are. there are stories of them skeet. Shooting babies yeah by the dozen. It destroys these people. The suicide is rampant alcoholism because endemic to the sets group of men. It creates a problem with morale the problem with orderliness. And it's a problem for the vermont. The guy's not doing the killing are aware of it and they have there. Are we the baddies moments at a lot of cases like boy. What doesn't seem good. I've always like imagined. Killing babies is being bad guy seeing. Yeah but sounds on the defensive manure. Yeah i mean. I guess i get it louis. Me oba stumbled vera. What is the self defense motive for shooting babies with a shotgun to throw examines air and you at least lied to me and says a baby is actually a time bomb robot it makes feel better and again these guys feel bad. It breaks a lot of them. It's bad for morale almost. None of them stopped being nazis. Yeah they all keep fighting for the reich. Even though they're aware of it there's a big myth of the clean air mocked of the fact that most nazi soldiers you know they fought well and they didn't really know what was going on. They fucking did yes every one of them at least knew enough to numbers alone. Indicate that like just a huge portion of them had to have been involved directly in these atrocities. Yes and like yes. Obviously a lot of the vermont was involved directly in atrocities more than any other individual military on a per capita basis in the war other than maybe the japanese but also they were all aware. Broadly speaking of what was being done in their name and there were some of them who spoke out. There was some of them who who went awol. You know In good good on those yeah very few dudes. Thank you all three of you. Yeah not a lot of them but some of them did and yeah. I'll tip my hat to those fellows because of how few fucking did it now. yeah So again this is becomes a problem. It's bad for the ss. They need a better solution to the final solution and on january twentieth nineteen forty. Two reinhard heidrick convenes a third meeting of top nazi officials from across the reich. This meeting was held at a mansion. Imagine that had been confiscated by jewish businessman in a cer- suburb of berlin. Called von. say you can go to the von say house today. I've i've been there You can see it. There's a very good museum there. The actual houses used in the movie discussed at the start of this conspiracy which is basically based directly on the minutes of the meeting. They have to plan the final solution. i'm in a quote from a summary of that meeting in history dot com quote. The agenda was simple and focused to devise a plan that would render a final solution to the jewish question in europe. Various gruesome proposals were discussed including mass sterilization and deportation to the island of madagascar heidrick proposed simply transporting jews from every corner of europe to concentration camps in poland and working them to death objections to this plan included the belief that this was simply too time consuming. What about the strong ones who took longer to die. What about the millions of jews. Who are already in poland although the word extermination was never uttered during the meeting. The implication was clear anyone who survived the egregious. Conditions of a work. Camp would be treated. Accordingly months later the gas vans and elmo poland which were killing a thousand people a day proved to be the solution they were looking for the most efficient means of killing large groups of people at a time and the rest is unfortunately history. The von say conference led directly to the creation of death camps which exterminated some four million. Jews and five million other undesirables. These were and still are today. The fastest and most cost effective method of genocide. Ever developed reinhard heidrick gets rightful credit as architect of the holocaust but the vast majority of people killed in the death camps died after he died he would not live to see what he brought it to being. And i'm going to quit from a write up by the united states holocaust museum here to explain why heidrick gets taken out of the picture after the invasion of the soviet union spirit of previously doormat communist resistance movement and bohemia and moravia czechoslovakia into acts of sabotage. Hitler dismissed reich protector constantin von doi. Roth and an appointed heidrick acting reich protector in september nineteen forty one heidrick. I ordered a narrow wave of terror targeting real and perceived leaders of the opposition in czech lands in october november. Nineteen forty one protectorates special courts since it's three hundred and forty two people to death and turned twelve hundred and eighty nine over to the gestapo heidrick also established the theresa stott camp ghetto in november under his rule. Fourteen thousand germans and austrian jews in more than twenty thousand check jews deported from theriesenstadt to the lodz ghetto to the government. General and poland into the reich commissar at ostlund which is where they were exterminated heidrick is acting reich protector then courted check. Industrial workers and farmers whose productive capacity was necessary to the german war effort with wages and benefits packages equivalent to those of their german counterparts. The result of his policies was a seventy three percent reduction in acts of sabotage within six months by spring of nineteen forty two. The german authorities could boost of pacification of the protectorate. Some have speculated that heidrick aim next to assume a newly created top civilian position occupied northern france and belgium but he never got the chance to do this. The allies were well aware of reinhard heidrick. And they needed a win right. Nineteen forty two not a great time for the allies early signs that the nazi is going to turn around for them. But they're not winning at.
"moravia" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Called Star Do Valley. It's really cute as this a pit art style and the music is amazing. You just inherit this farm from your grandpa, and then you're leaving your corporate life behind and building up this farm and connecting with the townspeople. Gaming is a big part of Kennedy's life, and she says it started early from as early as I remember. I played video games with my family, and that's how my brother and I bonded a lot. She just graduated from law school in the spring. And she tells me that while she has been studying for the bar exam gaming has become A way for her to de stress. After a long day, I would say halfway through law school, you know, just normal stress. I was like, I need a better coping mechanism. Not long after she started an instagram account where you can find pictures of her Nintendo switch her gaming laptops and keyboards alongside incense, mugs of tea, candles and earth tone blankets. And she found that she wasn't the only one cultivating a cozy feed. I saw this little community on Instagram and I was like, I just want to get in this community and I just want to share my love for these games. That community isn't limited to law students, either. We have everything from like knitters to birdwatchers. Ted cooks. That's Dr Matt White, CEO of White Thorn Digital. The purpose of our brand was definitely to help people just chill out. And and have these experiences that are a little more intimate. Mindful slow. Whitethorn publishes independent games like beasts of Moravia Island, where players take on the role of a wildlife photographer on a tropical island or beans, the coffee shop simulator. If neither of those strike your fancy this fall, they plan to release a game called Leak, which caught Kennedy's attention to It's just an open world game where you're driving the mail, check around delivering packages and talking to The townspeople. Alright, then get ready to roll. I think that's so so cool. Oh,.
"moravia" Discussed on WTVN
"You just inherit this farm from your grandpa and then You're leaving your corporate life behind and building up this farm and connecting with the townspeople. Gaming is a big part of Kennedy's life, and she says it started early from as early as I remember. I played video games with my family, and that's how my brother and I bonded a lot. She just graduated from law school in the spring. And she tells me that while she has been studying for the bar exam gaming has become a way for her to de stress. After a long day, I would say halfway through law school, you know, just normal stress. Was like I need a better coping mechanism. Not long after she started an instagram account where you can find pictures of her Nintendo switch her gaming laptops and keyboards alongside incense, mugs of tea, candles and earth tone blankets. And she found that she wasn't the only one cultivating a cozy feed. I saw this little community on Instagram and I was like, I just want to get in this community and I just want to share my love for these games. That community isn't limited to law students, either. We have everything from like knitters to birdwatchers. Ted cooks. That's Dr Matt White, CEO of White Thorn Digital. The purpose of our brand was definitely to help people just chill out. And and have these experiences that are a little more intimate. Mindful slow. Whitethorn publishes independent games like beasts of Moravia Island, where players take on the role of a wildlife photographer on a tropical island or beans, the coffee shop simulator. If neither of those strike your fancy this fall, they plan to release a game called Lake, which caught Kennedy's attention to It's just an open world game where you're driving the mail, check around.
"moravia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That when you typically think of gaming, I feel like a lot of people think of maybe shooting games and kind of competitive shooting games and Cozy games are probably on the exact opposite of that spectrum. Kennedy tells me a community favorite in this genre is a title called Star Do Valley. It's really cute as this a pit art style and the music is amazing. You just inherit this farm from your grandpa. And then you're leaving your corporate life behind and building up this farm and connecting with the townspeople. Gaming is a big part of Kennedy's life, and she's Says it started early from as early as I remember. I played video games with my family, and that's how my brother and I bonded a lot. She just graduated from law school in the spring. And she tells me that while she's been studying for the bar exam gaming has become a way for her to de stress. After a long day, I would say halfway through law school, you know, just normal stress. I was like, I need a better coping mechanism. Not long after she started an instagram account where you can find pictures of her Nintendo switch her game. Laptops and keyboards alongside incense, mugs of tea, candles and earth tone blankets. And she found that she wasn't the only one cultivating a cozy feed. I saw this little community on Instagram, and I was like, I just want to get in this community and I just want to share my love for these games. That community isn't limited to law students, either. We have everything from like knitters to birdwatchers. Ted cooks. That's Dr Matt White, CEO of White Thorn Digital. The purpose of our brand was definitely to help people just Chill out and and have these experiences that are a little more intimate. Mindful slow. Whitethorn publishes independent games like beasts of Moravia Island, where players take on the role of a wildlife photographer on a tropical island or beans, the coffee shop simulator. If neither of those strike your fancy this fall, they plan to release a game called Lake, which caught Kennedy's attention to It's just an open world game where you're driving the mail, check around delivering packages and.
"moravia" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"What i just described. Where we're we're going national with unco. I also we That process begins here at the end of the month. So we're gonna have the ability to service anybody anywhere in the continental united states so that that's a step that we've taken and we are also working on our e platform which is going to encompass amazon and also our own platform which we will control and operate out of our bottling facility up in upstate. New york so a lot is coming together in a short time and We're gonna have some choices to make as the year unfolds and we're going to lex based on what we trade. Hey everyone we're gonna take a quick commercial break. Keep the lights on. Provide you with a word from our sponsor. Eating should be enjoyable. Simple make you feel completely prepared to take on every day. At one hundred percent saint solutions. Same plan is the only program endorsed by top doctors from prestigious medical schools. Proven to help your hormones brain digestion. When you start lowering your body's natural set wait. You will lose fat and balance your blood. Sugar naturally guaranteed go to saint. Solutions dot com. Today sounds very strategic. I wouldn't expect anything less from someone with twenty years in the business. I'm in it at all sales well rehearsed even though you guys are sort of taking steps for the first time in these directions and you're not technically a founder but you've been around almost as long as it seems like Being as young as the company is now we have a lot of small business. Owners founders entrepreneurs that are tuned in and. I'm sure there is curious as i am. How on earth were you. Recruited for the president of sales and strategic alliances position. Was it through lincoln. Message personal friend of yours. Reachout was his the process. What's the process for getting someone with your kind of experience and high-caliber performance to leave a company. That's betty like boss. Something like say that you'd like to pack your hands and start pushing it completely different mission forward. Tell you over time billing but it's really fascinating story of the beverage. Industry is a small tight. Knit group of votes There's a lot of connectivity and a lot of networking that occurs very thankful that the team that we now have at nirvana. I've been working with for over ten years at my previous position so we we have four core individuals who came over at the same time. And we've been we've had preliminary dialogue not just with the people at nirvana that the bottle our products but also founders in the organizers of the technology so it all kind of came together at the right time for our group of the back half of last year and i think the interested nirvana had myself and my team was the fact that we've we've we've climbed that mountain before we designed and organization that had no infrastructure and grew it to a team that one point had over fifty associates on it. So you know we have to think really carefully about where to put people What accounts to to partner with and we had we did all of this without the confines. Even any real processes or procedures. We kind of had to do it ourselves. I think the of the common denominator were mighty and the nirvana group was. We really wanted to scale quickly and put processes and procedures in place. Which is the expansion. We've had but not let those processes procedures be overwhelming to the point where we stifle creativity or we don't move fast enough to take advantage of an opportunity and that's the background that i hadn't coming from more big box. Cpg company like nestle where you learn the protocols and the procedures and how to deal with marketing and to a certain extent you become robotic in those activities instamatic yes very semantic than you. Come to a company like boss. There's no playbook you have to write a playbook you've got those experiences where you can install some processes but not let them overtake the organization and that was the common bond for all of us. Yeah that's great you have the corporate background the scrappy startup background the successful scrappy startup Ascension ladder that you've climbs and you pretty much know If there were was a playbook in its entirety that covered both sides of the fence. You pretty much know the whole thing. And it's. I'm happy to hear that you weren't art. Some head-hunter Routine or whatever. It was when they were trying to acquire these sort of sweet like Individuals for nevada. That's you guys are actually. Yeah you know industry friends or you guys. This wasn't something that was you weren't on linked and look for higher There was no conversation like that to be had. And that makes a lotta sense of reputation and reputation in work. History definitely goes a long way especially when you said you're in moravia. More small niche almost industry when it comes to the people that everyone knows each other small community there. Yeah you know what i would add to. That is just what stole the show for me and our team was doing the research and understanding what. Mb really is you know they're so much innovation that's happening in the category. We're all acutely aware of it. When i took the time to understand the science of b. the roadmap map for innovation and and really some creative groundbreaking changes in our in. Our products are gonna curb the next two years. It was really eye opening for me. This this is a process in a company that is really forward thinking so in the due diligence process. Really try to check the box on five different things. when you're making jotsoma burke's successful organization to another way. You think about five different things which is what is it. The consumer proposition just the consumer race or a product like this is really unique and that for me. That box was check immediately. The second box for may was the commanding controls. I described the supply chain and our ability to influence the repeal networks. That we're using your. That came into focus very early on the diligence phase. The third thing that i think we've out is ownership cohesion. Are the key players. Bringing this to gathering founders. We've got ambassadors. We've got people that have worked together outside of the beverage industry that launch his concept is cohesion that rumble in the research that i did check that box and then more importantly is able to financially support. What my team would need to do in order to be successful commercial launch And that was those answers were. Were very clear for me. Also last but not least is the culture of Trading is there. Is there an appetite for allowing myself. My team to come in and give guidance and professional opinions on how to start a company like this and that's been really refreshing because my group has really been empowered to to to make some quick decisions and guide the future of this organization which is really something fun to do when you think about the entrepreneurial spirit that we all have bench degree anymore. So you've got the five boxes checked and You mentioned that they have. You had to make sure that the there was financial stability in terms of launch of your team being able to get this thing to market. Now you said that you were getting into retailers. Or you're already you already got the retail basis coverage just to some extent. You guys are also doing the same thing with your own website. And you're launching on amazon. So that i want to have this conversation. How do you get the retailers to sort of open the door with with no actual product history. Is this on a trial basis and some sort of networking that you have with retailers that you've worked with in the past. What's the store it's a. It's a combination of all those things frankly villainous when.
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"moravia" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris
"Is. leaves moravia. oh dear. i've been i've been thinking about. What can't you joke about. 'cause you go you go hard. I'm surprised. Ah you know. Occasionally i i recall how edgy you are in certain contexts like the golden globes stuff is just just murder. You're murdering people in the room and yeah but have you course corrected in recent years ago. I said it's the things i i have. I have a set of rules. And that's depending on the the forum as well know i wouldn't do kids. I talked about the things. I talk about live. You know in fact. I fade uncomfortable. Live if i'm doing something. I try and mike you know. Sixteen inova so Laxed i'm not. I'm not corrupting the youth. And i play by the rules of tv. The golden globes is a very good example. If you think about it that was network television. A of time five pm. That went out across america. And i didn't break any broadcasts roles so it couldn't have been that bad. How could you get away with dame judi dench licking her. I forget the riot. were delays. Okay that's really interesting one. So what happens. Is i think usually i was told by the production team in the golden globes. They like me doing it. Because armies the turn up with a scrapper pipe with twenty jokes on it. I said usually present as have like a team of twenty writers for like six weeks before and after the they're worried about it and they keep changing things happening. I'll turn up and go on doing these things all right but what you have to do is the day before it has to be lowered and What do you call it. Winco it taste and decency you call it something else standard practice. Yes exactly what that usually means is that you can't do gross things that people might find offensive language liable off with a with anyone any way. I think i can work around the language standard. If you can't impose probably something missing. We'll talk about that as well. I wanna wanna address the people the site anyone can get laughs wearing. I wanna go right okay. On our tickets. Go out. Go out on wednesday rain. Swear see how funny is might unusually. I've done it when there's one person one lawyer just looks down goes. Yeah that's right that's.
"moravia" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"Match made in heaven for both for in one of the girls and is extremely obvious to see even to the other girls. But i i still kind of fall in love with that kind of atmosphere. I wanna say jaden but if you get into this one. I think you'll be a little. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by it because like as it goes on the the fan service kind of gets less and less. It's not nearly as like in your face about it. It kinda you get subdued as it goes on and it's more character focused i totally i totally relate. I i can understand that. So i will. This will might be like a late. Twenty twenty one for me like right. Now i'm watching killer kill And actually enjoying Look every i on the changed man slowly but surely it took fucking long enough right slowly making him into a deviant us one of us. Let's go kills next big. Let's go let's let's start the podcast the actual list. Hi guys podcasters My name's john. Knock finally starting to tough exactly. You're both on the dock. 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Just because of like how into the the bloody battles and everything. I got especially when When i started talking about shiro to you a lot. I decided that i enjoyed the show more than you. Well kinda maybe. I mean like austin's kind of gore hounds so he likes a lot of like the slasher movies a little bit more than horror. So i think that might be. I think that might be part of it. I don't know plus. I love blood powers. Bradpowers are always good. I don't howard. I don't understand why you haven't watched blah finished. Let's see it then. I don't understand you're literally describing. He watched the first episode. I episode. i know it's not available in our region for mo- for the most part like we to we have to i. I wish send me booze. I will send you. Dvd's okay we have to make that trade. We will make that trade. Hey hey you find it on. Dvd give it. Just give me your address. We have it on. dvd austin. We'll have probably watch so anyway. Dead man another about a show. 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It was so good at that. I seen with the men in restaurant up and then the kinney shoes and everything bro. I was so into the house. Yes good oh by the way. Never as like why. Am i watching this. You know well. I enjoyed it so for those who haven't seen it just to give you guys. The synopsis deadman wonderland is about a boy who survives an attack at his high school and Somehow the footage of the attack comes out that he was the one that killed everybody. Because he's the sole survivor so he gets. He gets a life sentence. Or i don't remember who. It was a life sentence but he gets sentenced as punishment to be at this theme park which is run entirely by criminals. Who are who are under lock and key under shock collars and basic and like several other like deadly traps and one of the things that they do is they have them perform in these Obstacle courses that actually kill them so whenever so like basically the thought behind it is. They're criminals nobody will care if they die and if they're not actually criminals than Who than early if they're holograms or something. Then they won't care because it's still you know it's criminal october. Sida as the show as the show goes on it was supposed to have a reveal As to who the actual will using who. The actual killer was and the origin behind a character named shiro. Who is a character who seems to roam about the park without any form of scrutiny or She just seems to be carefree and she doesn't. She's not like constrained by the park but she just doesn't leave because she doesn't want to. I guess i mean. I'm i'm i don't mean i connected the park. Yes she is that's why she doesn't leave. Yeah i know. I'm saying like Because we never got an idea as to why like Like where she came from by she exists why she has a twin that guy that never got explained. Yeah because the show got cancelled. I mean yeah all right. Let's let's go to i. Can't i go to my picture like we pretty much established that by the way guys. The show got cancelled. I don't know if you've heard about that but actually never ended. That's a fun fact while it never. It never got a second season. It didn't do well enough. In japan that it could get a green light for a second season but apparently in america. We love this shit like there's a lot more sales for the For the dvd in america than are in japan. To just means. I need to find the dvd. And we're set. Oh wait no we have it all my guy. We already have it. There's there's nothing there's nothing else added to it. There's no unaired episodes or anything. Like i wish that it got like the swim treatment. Kinda like why fully. Cooley is getting. I don't know if they ever made that. I don't know if they ever got Got anywhere with that. But i know they did with samurai jack and i loved. I liked what i saw. Samra jackson five. I still haven't finished it all right jane on a on a not finish. Oh so a want to talk about okay. this is this is a show that This is a show that i love to me. My top ten the way. I see it is like these are all enemies i finished. And we're just solid solid solid solid solid in my opinion And i love love. Love watching this series. I watched it last year and finished it in maybe two weeks. It's critically acclaimed it's by One of my favorite or my favorite anime creator Watanabe and i m picking samurai shampoo I want say medieval but like this older era of japan and follows utilize japan and it follows three characters. Mcginn do and gin and basically. It's the trio thing that wants. Nabi does so well and you'll see this. Throughout by other top towns. I love the way these characters are are formed. I love how mugabe gene are. Basically like the soldiers in the the stronger characters and and Oh my god. Why forgetting her name. 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"moravia" Discussed on KGO 810
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"moravia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Servicemen, but until that day Except this justice is a gift on my daughter's wedding day. Yeah, That's right. Francis Ford Coppola. Welcome to fresh air. It's such an interesting way to start the movie because we're starting the movie by looking at a man tight close up of his face. We don't yet know who he is. He's speaking Then it pulls back. And then we see he's speaking to Brando. And then we hear Brando speak, you know, down curly oniy. So why did you make that the opening of the movie? Well, actually, I was working on the screenplay in a little cottage, one room cottage in Mill Valley, and I had begun the sequence with the wedding itself. You know the looser shots of the people coming the guests in the 40. Forties. And what happened? I had maybe 15 pages when a friend of mine screenwriter named Bill Cannon his name was I remember, and he came and he visited me and I saw you want to see the 1st 15 pages and he looked at the misses. You know, Francis You did such a good opening on Patton. That was such a striking opening for the patent movie. Couldn't you do something like that? Something more unusual. That kind of got you into it and And I thought, Well, there was some truth to that. So after he left, I had the idea to begin in this way with his very, very close shot of the supplicant undertaker Bonasera. And then slowly reveal out of the darkness of this dance studio, as opposed to the brightly lit wedding scene, the various characters you know the Brando himself, his son. Sonny. And what have you and I rewrote the opening and added to the to the screenplay are their ideas and images, stories from your own family that you put in that opening wedding theme. Oh, absolutely. I knew nothing about five crime families, which had recently become exposed to the public with the publication of the Valachi papers. But neither did Mario Puzo, who was also Italian American, but he knew nothing about it, and he wanted to write this book. Sort of to get some money for his family. Thought it could be commercial. And he did everything on research. Hey, knew nothing. He never had met any of these figures and he advised me never to meet them, which I never did. What about after the movie? Did you meet any of them then? You know, I always Mariposa was just a wonderful man. And I always took his advice to heart. And once when I was working on Godfather, part three, which in my mind was the death of Michael Corleone title. Was in this video truck, which had only one door and there was a knock on the door and the fellow who was, you know, sort of helping me and guarding the asset worth came and said Is the John Gotti is here and would like to come pay his respects. And, you know, I remember Mario Puzo saying Never never know them. Never meet them. Never be a friend of this because they're very charming. And I said, Well, tell him Tell him I'm can't possibly do it. I'm busy in the middle of something, and the fellows went out and told him and he just went away. You know, I always thought of the these figures of the crime family. Sort of like the old myth of vampires. Which vampire can only come into your life if you invite him to step over your threshold. But if you don't invite him that he then they won't Um, I'm sure people who were in the mob would be very flattered to hear that comparison to vampires. Well, yeah, Unfortunately, they are Italians and Americans, but they were not. Human beings that acted beyond being like animals. In my opinion, did you worry, though, that the film was setting the right example because the characters became such heroes of popular culture, and there were Italian Americans who felt that like You were discrediting Italian Americans. Well, you know, In truth, I was worried about so many things. The making of that movie. You know, I was like about 29. When I started. I had two kids and one about to be born had absolutely no money. Was making what had become a more important film than it was when I got the opportunity because the book had continued to become more and more important, and I had no power and yet I had real opinions. On how it should be done, and I was always just trying to bluff the studio to let me do it my way, And it was just the most. Frightening and depressing experience I think I've ever had. I'm sorry to hear it. Thank you so much for making the movie in spite of that. So you write that when you actually you were invited to direct the movie by the studio by Paramount. Right, and you sat down and read the book and you write. I read it eagerly, but barely finished it. And you almost didn't make the movie because you didn't really like the book And in spite of the nice things you said about Mario Puzo. What didn't you like about the book? Well, I had thought from its title and intriguing logo and the name Mario Puzo that this was a kind of Italian intellectual writer like a kind of, you know, Moravia something and it was gonna be a piece about the subject of power. And while indeed it was about power, I found the book itself more like a kind of best seller attempt. Liken Irving Wallace book People Don't Remember it. But maybe. Ah, third, if not more of the book concerned this young woman, Lucy Mancini and her I've anatomy problems and love affair with the doctor who fixed them, And I just couldn't believe how how low class that was. But that was, you know, not included in the movie, and so it didn't didn't harm The remaining part, which we all know. Did you ever tell Mario Puzo your thoughts about the novel? Sure he knew the new and you know, he had written a beautiful book called The Fortunate Pilgrim, which he felt was the best book he ever wrote, which also was about immigrants..