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Seeking Refuge On The Open Road
"When we reached bob wells. He was camped out of the grid in his white. Gmc savannah van in the middle of the california desert. Some twenty five years into his experiment in mobile living. How did this whole journey start for you. What was your life like before you discovered this this lifestyle while i was either very very lucky or very unlucky depending on your point of view it was the winter of one thousand nine hundred five. Bob was living in anchorage alaska where he'd worked for over two decades in a union job at safeway saint job. His father had worked until his retirement. At the time bob was going through a divorce and after alimony and child support payments. He says he was no longer making enough to clear his rent. He was desperate and that is when he noticed old beat up box banned for sale on the side of the road for fifteen hundred dollars and he decided he had to go for it. That was all the money. I had left in the bank. But i had to have a place to live and so i bought it and That night through a backpacker. Sleeping bag. Down and i began my van dwelling adventure in the winter and the cold van and i That first night. I cried myself to sleep. I literally cried myself to sleep. Or when you're going through a divorce you you cry yourself to sleep on a pretty regular basis ends but sure just of course greatly compounded here. I was homeless bomb living in a van on the streets. And how much lower can my life get. But bob done a lot of camping in his life and you had to make a small space cozy and after a few weeks eat figured out how to cook and stay warm deal to bed and cabinets used his gym membership to shower. Figured out how to make it sustainable. And the money. He was saving on rent. Meant he didn't feel like he was always on the knife's edge it slowly and subtly shifted from. I despise my life to. This isn't really that bad to hey. Every month i keep the money and put it in my pocket to. I kind of really really liked this. And that's the way it's been every sense. Was it difficult at all to kind of switch. Grand narratives about What trajectory you're supposed to take as a productive member of the economy absolutely it was a traumatic transition you know. We are trained from birth to death. Our purpose in life is to be good productive citizens and so it made me question everything i had done. Exactly what society and told me to do. I'd gotten a job. I wanna house. We'd had kids. I was following the american dream to the best of my skill level and ability. As i could and then i was forced into living what society told me was the life of total failure homeless in the van and for the first time in my life i was happy well that raises a lot of existential questions and when i looked around at all the people i work with work eat sleep. Working sleep work. Eat sleep. I said what society told me it was not true. I've finally found a way. That's happy for me. Let me try to understand that. My life and for the life of others a few years later bob had saved up enough to quit his job at safeway and by supplementing his union pension with seasonal stints as a campground host. He was eventually able to take to the road as a full-time nomad in two thousand five about a decade. After he moved into the van. Bob decided to pay forward. Some of the techniques developed the started a website called cheap. Rv living the serve as a kind of resource for other people interested or in many cases forced to move into a vehicle. I started the sole intent of letting people know there wasn't on alternative. You didn't have to live under the tyranny of the marketplace and the way to do that was to eliminate your biggest cost in life. Which is your housing with cheaply. Live frugally and then you can live well for a long time the site just kinda mosey too long picking up you know few page views here and there in two thousand eight happened. Bob says in the wake of the financial crisis. He was inundated with desperate messages. Have lost my job. I we moved in with my family now. My family is lost their job. Now we're all losing our own. What are we going to do. And that was the question. I got over and over and over again. Even after the economic recovery started to pick up the number of inquiries and page views and people in the community continued to grow. Fueled partly by the rise of social media. Bob started his cheap. Rv living youtube channel in two thousand sixteen and has since become just one of many popular nomad influencers but unlike a lot of the glossier more glamorous content associated with the hashtag van live crowd. Bob's videos are all about helping people struggling to keep their head above water financially and they're filled with the nitty gritty details of living behind the wheel. Today we're gonna talk about heat today. We're gonna talk about taking showers. The topic of today is poop. You can cut your behinds. Not one of them. You want that thing to be clean all the time. Bob also does these little interview profiles of people living in different kinds of vehicles cars to trucks to buses. Welcome back fellow nomads. Today we're going. Meet a new friend of mine. Joe sale load everyone relax. They're really out. There doesn't look like there's a bunch of people out there. Yeah thank you that video for the record. Two point five million views and counting. Bob says his videos have become so popular that he's now making more money than ever before. I think eventually the second break but it gets great reviews on amazon which is why i'm recommending ads in affiliate marketing. Help him bring in over one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. Bob makes enough to have two full time assistants helping him with his work and because he says he never plans to live in a house again. He makes a very healthy profit. I'm make much more money than i ever thought. I could possibly make in my life. And i live in a van. My expenses are pretty darn low with that extra money. Bob started a nonprofit homes on wheels alliance to support people transitioning into living in their vehicles. They've started to outfit and give vance to people in dire need of a new vehicle. And bob says he saving up to buy a plot of land for an in person resource center. It isn't clear how many people are living on the road at this point. But in two thousand ten when bob started this annual gathering van and car dwellers in the arizona desert called rubber tramp rendezvous it had a few dozen attendees by two thousand and nineteen. They had an estimated ten thousand people show up and as a central node in this growing community. Bob has had a kind of front row seat to the massive disruptions of the past decade. And he's watched as certain demographics have borne the brunt of those changes. It's a surprisingly large female. Contingent older women in their sixties and seventies. When they were girls they were told get married. Stay home raise a family and so they never go up so sturdy and then now they're living on five hundred to eight hundred dollars a month so skirt and he cannot live in this country on five hundred two thousand a month so sturdy and live in house and you just can't do it and so they all desperately needed the solution as well and i told them all. If you move into your plan you can live reasonably well on that. You won't be rich but you won't eating dog food and there's hope bob says he has seen an uptick in views and inquiries about van dwelling over the last year. But so far he says the stimulus checks and the nationwide moratorium on evictions have slowed. The number of new nomads. Still he says as the baby boomers continue to age into social security and as the effects of climate change intensify bob expects the movement towards van life to surge and he sees it is his mission to try to help however he can. I've got a string of lifeboats. And i want to get as many as i can into the lifeboat and i think the hammer blow of two thousand eight really put a crack in people's confidence and i think when you combine that with this cheers a natural disasters and the epidemic. I think people are just going to be abandoning the american dream in droves. That's all i'm trying to do is get people out
Sexy is Timeless With Luisa Diaz
"Luisa the welcome to come see us fan Saddest On people well-meant went guantanamo's kenneth lisa. What's your heritage come from who kansas louisa. Well kidneys louisa is trying to figure it out. But i i tell you what i am and what i've been doing what doing so i am not enough from venezuela in i grew up in venezuelan with my grandparents with i adore magnum weather. I grew up in small town in venezuela though what the super super state and they have the opportunity to come to the united states. And then some i came here to study. I went to the university to four business when i came here. Didn't know how to speak english at all in a hear about that. You didn't either an idea exactly what you may show one of your blood. 'cause i wanted to learn so bad so i wanted to surround myself with people that only speak english because i wanted to ask so. It wasn't very hard challenged. Because when i went to college didn't know how to speak english at all i so i knew in. Ibm it goes. I guess he'll was in noise Yes so but i didn't give up. I finished my education which was So so so happy and telling you a little bit about me from venezuela combing In had done so many other. Great things that you're going to be asking reward about it but you want me to answer the specific questions seven steps news. Okay good question. i can't him. I got married my first mary. I and my sick of marriage. Now when i met my hus- every though so i will have because my husband used to work for the american embassy in meeting in my country when i was ecstatic in one of the university concert that that was administered. Minnesota was beautiful lone That you here panda venezuela unfortunately very very sad contouring. Now people that really hungry that is not venezuela i grow up the minnesota eyebrow was a beautiful country has beautiful memories of my country. Anees very sad to see the country. The people desperate this matter saying is not the same by that is not when you are hungry on the is doing nothing for you. You know people lose the dignity people whose fact people lose who they are is like you said different things is that the footing is likely john gordon. My concert right now on his breaks my heart by amid my husband there in move here in continue with my education so that was the freeze tonight. Came him so you met him there and then he was like it's time to move back home anthems banana. Who does yes. We got married in my country and then via allows magnon. No noise is so funny but cook when the when i met my husband ex husband you know. He wasn't typical american told Blue is very hansel. I guess he has the most beautiful blue eyes is like. I was saying lowest. Lou is by didn't know how to speak spanish in. I didn't know how to speak english so when we met. He says ola senior double nita us like okay. So we went out a few timelines for launch. He used to pick me out for launch in. We launched and we'll look each other and we couldn't speak with assist mile. It was so cute in. We need that like a couple. Moore's acrimony guests at the ultra takeover. Nicotiana kimmy get it. I see it knows or he does he hope one day i said to hindu nowak. Don't call me don't call me anymore. I need to speak to you. I need to talk to you. Glad continual and so he was very sad in three months. He called me back. He was speaking spanish separately. Sap cohe layer is finding by himself. She in the newspaper bowl. So classes i Three mosey call me and louisa. Komo is task unit seat on more. Saudi yo who is there who is this. So yeah and how our love story star mary. Yeah
Accidental Shooting of 9 Year Philadelphia Girl Leads for Calls To Reopen Schools To Keep Children Safe
"Charges have been filed against the father of the nine year old girl who was shot inside a a north north Philly Philly row row home home on on Wednesday. Wednesday. She She later later died died at at the the hospital, hospital, and and police police say say your your dad dad never never should should have have had had a a weapon weapon because because he he was was a a convicted convicted felon. felon. Shooting Shooting has has increased increased calls to reopen schools during the pandemic is a way to keep kids safe as we hear from KOW community affairs reporter Cherry Greg. Yeah, many working class families have a dilemma. You could go to work outside the home and leave your kids unattended or stay home and lose your job. So the fact that at 59 and 12 year old were left unsupervised in a home in the middle of the day during the week is not surprising. Of course, the fact that two guns were in the house left the kids vulnerable to the type of tragedy that ended with the nine year old girl dead. Now. Child advocates have also seen an uptick and human trafficking, physical abuse, neglect, even torture. Jorge Mosey of Pan works in violence prevention and he explained the reality. We need to go to work and is the young Children are in school. They know they're safe. They're protected. Supervised there, Surveil, the pandemic has removed all of them. This means less adults helping to identify issues. As the vaccine rolls out, continues. You can expect to hear more advocates sound the alarm If you recall more than 100 kids were shot in Philadelphia
Father facing charges in accidental fatal shooting of 9-year-old girl in Philadelphia
"Against against the the father father of of the the nine nine year year old old shot shot and and killed killed on on Wednesday Wednesday inside a row home in north Philadelphia. Cops say the man Never should have had the weapon. He's a convicted felon. This shooting is increased the calls to reopen schools during the pandemic, Our community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains, advocates say it's all about child safety. Many working class families have a dilemma. You could go to work outside the home and leave your kids unattended or stay home and lose your job. So the fact that at 59 and 12 year old were left unsupervised in a home in the middle of the day during the week is not surprising. Of course, the fact that two guns were in the house left the kids vulnerable, too. The type of tragedy that ended with the nine year old girl dead Now, child advocates have also seen an uptick in human trafficking, physical abuse, neglect, even torture. Jorge Mosey of Pan works in violence prevention and he explained the reality. We need to go to work and it's their young Children are in school. They know they're safe. They're protected. Supervised there, Surveil the pandemic has removed. All of this means less adults helping to identify issues. As the vaccine rolls out, continues. You can expect to hear more advocates sound the alarm If you recall more than 100 kids were shot in Philadelphia in 2020 Mayor Kenny Tweeted this week. I urge all partners working to reopen schools to do everything possible to help our kids return in person as soon as possible.
Arizona Cardinals land DeAndre Hopkins, send David Johnson to Houston Texans in blockbuster trade
"To this between the Laremy Tunsil. Judean clowney and Deandre Hopkins Straight. The Texans received Laremy Tunsil. Kenny Stills David Johnson Jacob Morton Bahr Bark alias Mingo a second of third to force and six and just for that they had to give Davian cloudy De'andre Hopkins a corner named Johnson Batum Mosey Julian. Dave import two first round picks and forth they shipped out. Clowney Hopkins and two first round picks.
"mosey" Discussed on No Jumper
"So it's still. She's a homey. No that's dope. Was it hard though? Because it's like you'd probably get a crazy amount of affection from girls attention on the Internet and such. I'm yeah they're supportive I mean th it's about having like discipline too just having a level head and being loyal you know yeah. We definitely stay. Shoe girls My girl I got her from Montreal she was a fan of me and then flew out here and we're actually married so so fly out. Actually work does amazing so That's good we have our own channel together and then Lucas went to the same high school. So we've been dating for four years now. Oh Wow so you guys are staying grounded. You're the only single damn so you guys like if a girl hits you really now now day. We're all team. We work together and we make awesome things so you guys still live in Maryland where these videos have been filmed at well right now. We'RE OUT HERE IN LA so we've been here for a little bit. We were just in Miami before that on but Maryland is definitely like home base on our families and everything and sometimes like everyone needs to go back home and just chill. I mean the La lifestyle like have you guys ever stayed out here for like an extended period of time. What do you think we did hear our share for a year? And what was it like in comparison to the more slowed down we So we we do love living here. It's awesome Has Loud great people. Food is great. The weather's awesome perfect But home is just like for the resources that we use like. We have a lot more land at home than we do here if we want to. Whether it's writing our dirt bikes four wheelers. Just like using our parents gymnastics gym for video. That's all at home so but we do see ourselves having headquarters here as well because we know that in order to have resources you have to live. There takes time to build them. And that's what we have in Maryland. We have a solid base so we want to have one here to at some point right time soon definitely So you guys in terms of the content. What do you like? What is the aspirational side of things? Because you guys make so much content that it must be kind of challenging to also try to imagine what the next level of your content is going to be like. What do you see in terms of doing bigger stuff of yeah go ahead? All of our content is family oriented and want everyone to watch us not just kids not just adults. Everyone can watch our channel videos and all the videos. Just our imagination. That's the that's inspiration behind just our imagination being kids and having fun on that simple in spring positive vibes. So do you have the the ambition to do like you know. Tv show over time or to do stuff. That's bigger than just sort of flicking on the camera and doing a blog. Yeah absolutely for sure and You know I look at this all right now. Youtube is just been so great with us. it's been. Super Fun on and that's why we have these a upcoming music we've done to songs with two pretty awesome artists and We enjoy doing that. So that's kind of like another direction. We WanNA take. We also launch start to break cards channel. Which is like another route of content where we raise our cars and just have fun with that will have cars There's always people that are gonna get car videos you know. We drove watching them so and we came out with a new APP. Dobra Dong video game where you play as us as characters awesome to go down okay. But so the music thing where? Where did that idea come from so that that idea lily started from we started the channel? Dober- brothers you know. We looked at it and really do something different Were already a group. We can already dance. Let's go for wrapping. Let's go for singing and we did our first song. You know you lit over a million hits right now over one hundred million views. I mean. Excuse me and all of other songs as well have hit multi multimillions and at this point. We were just like you're going to take this. We want it stinks. Seriously to the next level uh-huh so these two artists they're amazing vibe with us. They loved the songs and we just did it years. What just reach out to low pump and just say hey we want to get you on this track and it was. It was it. A relatively smooth process is pretty much super smooth. Yeah right so you just came through into the video and it's like no big deal things don it's like it's meant to be well see so we were out in Miami at the time We were all out there and we booked a studio session recorded the song and then shot the music video a couple of days later. Wow that's yeah. Is it at all a concern that you guys make family content and he's clearly not really a family content kind of guys zanex birthday cakes and Cetera? Honesty it's youtube stars on Youtube Stars and music were collapsing. And we're here to break the Internet and we're serious about music too and we want to show the world we have definitely. Did you have to pump? Not Swear in his verse answer. Pg TO CENSOR OUT. Yeah maybe but he was. Super Cooperative of it was it was a good time. He was cool. He was really chill on those cooperative. Everything ran smoothly. It was cool vibe. That video comes out within the next few weeks. We WanNa make sure everything's perfect before we drop. We have one of no complications. WanNa make sure everything is not so within the next. Several weeks is going to be out definitely ready. Who's the other artist artist is low? Mosey Mosey wild. So I'm going to be releasing that sometime after the low pump but just look for low pump. Hope everyone's ready for that. Yeah wow that is so crazy. I mean you guys. Do you feel like you are trying to make a serious play for like hip hop world. Are you guys thinking yourselves? Moore's like popstars. What's what's the yeah. You know like in this whole experience. I think we're still trying to find that. That perfect sound. You know. We're not perfect. But you know the perfect sound for us and what the people will have to most because this is about VR. I think like eighth song. So we're still testing the waters right now. We have an amazing team though amazing producer. Not who we have an amazing be producer. Eric with an amazing team. You're all working together and we're GonNa make magic happen. These songs are bangers so be ready so I see well. That's crazy. Yeah how do you guys feel about being so controversial on Youtube? I'll be honest. I found out about you guys because I watched some random video that was attempting to call you guys out. And that's I mean that's kind of interesting that that's like Azure promotional thing for you guys. If somebody a video talking shit about you guys that could actually expose a lot of people to yeah. I mean there's always going to be people who hate you know but we don't pay attention to that. We're doing what we love and we're having fun with it and we for the people that you know that love to watch us because when we go out on tour there's people who are like you in the fan first off fans parents appreciate us a lot and when you have a fan come up to you and tell them that tell you that you change your life you know they might be going through some deep things and you know to be able to help someone just from putting out this. Konta and being yourself. It's it's awesome so that's why we do it. That's the you know so it doesn't bother. You doesn't get you guys now because I mean it. Just Yeah we've done a lot of anti bullying events you know we've helped Kids with suicide prevention. We've we've changed people's lives so we know how to block it out and we know how to stay confident deficit. We're going to do. Who's GonNa whip Coz I was gonNA fight him but he declined? He turned down. Did I actually lives? If you wanted to make a log professional fighter just spray up the house. Then you'll get the message right. No no need for violence but it was just for sport. He declined. And that's it right but so.
Trump Taps John Ratcliffe for Director of National Intelligence
"It appears trump does plan to use a lot of ratcliffe announcing today that he will nominate Ratcliffe for Director of National Intelligence. Now ratcliffe name sounds familiar. It's because trump did this get and he did. He did this before he was nominated by trump for the same job last July and that nomination was pulled in early August because there was not enough support in the Senate among Republicans over concerns over rat cliffs credentials House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi responded to the nomination. In a statement saying quote Congressman Ratcliffe has shown an unacceptable embrace of conspiracy theories and clear disrespect and distrust of our law enforcement and Intelligence Patriots. That disqualify him from leading American intelligence community. We call upon the Senate to remember that they take an oath to protect America. Not The president and vote against this nomination joining me now. Representative Roger Christner Mortiz a Democrat from Illinois. A member of the House Permanent Select Cup Select Committee on intelligence with John. Ratcliffe UP Congressman. Good to see you again. This one's tricky side. John Ratcliffe for a second. There's a guy he's a guy who's GONNA have trouble getting confirmed there are Republicans have serious concerns and we can talk in a minute. About what the reasons for those concerns are however he's actually going to have trouble getting confirmed the president's other guy who put into place. Richard Grenell is also widely thought to be not qualified to be the director of National Intelligence. But he can only keep the job until March eleventh unless Ratcliffe doesn't get nominated anytime. Soon in which case Greg Elkins Day on the job. So there's some trickery involved here right right. It's something called the Federal Vacancies. Act And perhaps your audience already knows about it. But basically this act enables Grenell to stay for as long as the nomination is pending and then if it fails for another two hundred ten days so practically another seven months after that and then the president could nominate another person and so while we might succeed in other words. This is what the president does got a lot of acting people and he likes exactly he he does. And and Mr Grenell in particular Is is considered to be a political hack and the reason why people are so upset about Mr Grenell In part is that he is basically going to be administering a loyalty test to all the people in the intelligence community whom the president suspects as being part of the deep state and this review is going to basically happen during the pendency of this nomination of Mr Ratcliffe and maybe beyond and grave damage could be done not only to the intelligence community but our national security in the meantime right. And here's the issue and I want to remind people about the history behind the director of National Intelligence and the intelligence problems that contributed to nine eleven. Right there was. There's some thinking and I want to Monday morning quarterback but there's some thinking that if all our intelligence organizations had shared their information properly we might have been able to prevent nine eleven. The director of national television's is the person who's supposed to do that. They should be the best informed. Smartest most qualified person in this country. Correct and that does not seem to be a priority to this president. No and and this kind of takes us to pivot point right now which is Is Is the intelligence community going to be led by someone who lives in the world of truth or is it going to be someone who lives in the world of propaganda and in the world of propaganda? You Know Truth Tellers are silenced and political loyalties are rewarded. But we know what that world looks like. We don't have to look further than China and the Corona Corona virus. China is a world of propaganda silence. The critics say silence the truth tellers and now they helped spawn a global pandemic. That's going to kill a lot of people unfortunately and heard a lot of hurt a lot of Americans too so this is why this is a consequence of lying. A little under the radar. But I think this is a a remarkable importance. I'm glad you join me tonight. To talk about a congressman Roger Crystal Mosey. Thank you as always
Test Burst 0722 170120
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"mosey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is only Mosey out here that I it is based on a very cannot be combined with any other offer or combo meal echo formed in entertain with Gatos in the afternoon two three four yeah we we we play pop quiz here but I can play today just because we've got the breaking story we weren't able to hit it in the five o'clock hour we had Paul pens own in studio America county sheriff can I can I play pop complaint sure Jim sharp how come I come in and I sit in with you for four hours and I can't get you and Chad on the show earning news together what was that I think well I think I'm sure there's a way to get the new show on your show well I thought I might need like blot out doctor my people are gonna talk to Jamie because you got back a lot you guys blot out the errors and let us take it over for about five minutes and see how that goes right all right down and maybe you're going to point and Phoenix city council today the evil Phoenix city council you know it looks like they want a brawl with Arizona Attorney General mark Burnett **** so burner which comes on the show earlier today KTAR news breaks the news and we're talking a burner **** about how his opinion of what the Phoenix the evil Phenix city gathered his legal opinion as legal opinion is what they're doing with uber and left and the fee is against Arizona's constitution so you know it was kind of interesting Jim because for a little while we're like okay all right Sir Bernard which is put this out there to huge news right I think people are cheering the guy because nobody wants to bring with the lead sky harbor no and we were wondering well what's going to happen well the Phoenix city council back off so we talked to sell to CCO who's a councilman he voted against this free tax whatever you wanna call it who said you guys backing off because trust me they're not gonna back off known in about a half hour later we find out that the Phoenix city council evil that they are are pretty much I'm looking forward to going to the Arizona Supreme Court yeah and then we talk to the the attorney the legal counsel for the city of Phoenix and he pretty much confirmed that they feel confident they've got a good argument that's that's that's bothers me well aren't Monica Lindstrom also said that the evil Phenix city council has a good argument that they are asking uber and lift to rent the curb space when they stop now I think that stupid and insane but Monica Lindstrom who's a very intelligent lawyer said that could that could could go their way in the Supreme Court I guess what I'm happy about today is a burning which came out and did what he did his report says he believes the council is violating an amendment prop one two six that now is in the state constitution at least people like me who like uber and lift and want to go certainly to sky harbor and and you know when you fly back to sky harbor you take it home up we've got a chance to win this and that's that's the thing that I personally like yes yes so my A. M. about been a betting man in the past I don't know where I put my money I know I know where I put my hopes though yeah but but see I would I would normally say that burner which has a great case with Monica let's from is telling us that the other side is a great case to even though I don't I don't see it I don't believe it she knows what she's talking about she's a lawyer so I gotta go she says it's going to be tough it's gonna be tight case now I I just I I don't understand why they insist on doing something that a soul on popular when your job as a politician is to be popular yeah your job is also to get reelected yeah and if they end up winning in the Supreme Court will people in Phoenix remember those on the Phoenix city council who voted for this every time you pay extra going the sky Arbor they will all right Jim will see you tomorrow at five AM yes I'm out of here Chad.
"mosey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"McDonald's is only Mosey out here that up up it is based on a very cannot be combined with any other offer or combo meal which I can sack meridian health twenty four seven on demand video consultation because I found out it was nothing and less than thirty minutes the things he saw in those photos those will last a lifetime convenient care now from Hackensack meridian health is a convenient care now dot com focus on the White House president trump expected to comment today on Iran firing fifteen missiles at two US bases in Iraq earlier he stood by ordering the missile strike on Iran's top general we saved a lot of lives by terminating his life a lot of lives of say they were planning something and you're going to be hearing about it or at least various people in Congress are going to be hearing about its top congressional leadership got a classified briefing on Tuesday the full Congress gets the same today with an impeachment trial pending in the Senate the president continues to deny any wrongdoing to hoax the impeachment is a big hoax it's it's become a laughing stock all over the world there was nothing done wrong the two articles that were sent or not even serious and by the way they're not a crime federal prosecutors in New York charged you mods of berry a major donor to the trump inaugural with obstructing a federal probe into whether foreign nationals unlawfully contributed to the celebrations Richard cancer ABC news how many jerseys first news five forty eight now here's New Jersey fastrack batting backing up George Washington bridge.
Could Maggots End World Hunger?
"Are that you like me have spent the better part of your sentient life assuming that maggots are gross and a lot of them are due to their intolerable habit of eating rotting flesh and feces but have you considered that maggots might be what saves saves you all of us in the end. Not maggots are created equal of course no one. That's going to save you is not the flesh-eating screw were Maggot of the Florida keys. He's not the larva that Invest Sardinia's infamous end legal delicacy Casa Mars Zoo or mega cheese. There's only one maggot currently known to science that that could possibly save humanity and that's the larva of the black soldier fly and they're still kinda gross thousands of them will feast on a single food source at once creating reading a writhing living fountain of Maggots but sometimes you just have to set aside discussed in the interest of survival. It's arriving Living Fountain of Beneficent Earth Saving Leaving Maggots Common in much of the Western Hemisphere and Australia. You may not have remembered noticing a black soldier fly before the adults are about one inch long around two and a half centimeters and can be mistaken for wasps. Only they're extremely slow and lack a stinger they often issue flight and spend their fourteen days or so of adulthood Mosey around on the ground but what black soldier flies look like as adults hardly matters as they spend very little time in their grown up bodies in fact thus have no mouth parts or digestive organs because once they become flies it's sort of a hit it and quit situation they can meet within a couple of days of hatching and they don't live if more than a week or two after that so it's the larva that have sustainability researchers salivating literally if their plans come to fruition we will all be eating black soldier fly larva which are referred to as BS. NFL in the Biz this is because BS NFL contain about forty three percent protein in addition to who some calcium and amino acids which is astronomical compared to every other plant and animal based food on the planet and they taste like peanuts or Fritos depending on who you ask according to a two thousand thirteen United Nations report insects already made up parts of the diets around two billion people worldwide and as Earth's human population grows meat like beef and chicken will be a protein option for fewer and fewer people it only takes one acre of BS NFL to grow the same amount of protein S. three thousand acres of cattle or one hundred thirty acres of soybeans. The larger themselves can be dried and turned into flour pressed for their oils or roasted and sprinkled over over a salad for a little extra crunch. The Sky's the limit with these little buddies not only that BS F l make great trash processors. They're capable of eating a wide variety of organic waste nearly anything you can throw at them from food scraps and rotting carcasses to poop and toxic algae although they reportedly had a difficult time managing in hair bones and pineapple rhines so farming with them would leave us with a smaller carbon footprint and a whole lot of compost a group of researchers at Texas am and has even figured out how to put. Bs fell to sleep for long periods of time and then wake them up when it's time to put them to work eating waste a few different companies. These are currently trying to make this BS F. L. being happen but can we get over a revulsion in the interest of survival. Keep
Sherlock Holmes, Millie Bobby Brown And Henry Cavill discussed on /Film Daily
"New story actually just broke that Henry Cavill, and Millie Bobby Brown had been cast in a Sherlock Holmes spin off the is that what it is h that's pretty accurate. This is a film called ino- la- homes, that's going to be under legendary and space off of the Nancy Springer children's book series, the Nola homes mysteries, which follows Sherlock and Mike, my coughed homes younger sister, ino LA, so this, I guess, technically the technical word would be spinoff, because it's not Sherlock Holmes story. It's about the younger character played by Millie, Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, will be playing the famous Sherlock Holmes. There's no news on who'd be playing my cross. But Helena, Bonham Carter will be on board to play. Ino- le's mother. And I guess, by extent sherlock's mother, maybe they're from different Mosey. I don't really know much about this series but the series became came around I with the two thousand six book, the case of McCain, missing marquess, and has covered six novels, which all revolve around mysteries investigated by Inova. We're the second. So if this isn't ridden by Arthur Conan dill is this actual canon or Sherlock Holmes is that public domain, apparently Sherlock Holmes is in public domain, the copyright for Conan, Doyle's works expired in the UK, and Canada, at end of nineteen eighty was again, ninety six but expired again at the end of two thousand and all of his books are now in public domain, in those territories in the US everything before ninety twenty three are in public domain, which explains why there are just so many Sherlock Holmes adaptations and remakes and
Explainer 170: Will Mohamed Morsis presidency be remembered?
"In a parallel universe. Muhammed Morsi is heading towards the end of his second term as the first elected head of state in a long history of Egypt in the actual universe. He has been buried in our Alam all cemetry in Cairo following funeral prayers in the mosque of Cairo's Tora, prison and news, the gyp Shen state television is reporting that the foam of president Hamid Morsi has died. He died on Monday, aged sixty seven after collapsing in court. Morsi had been a prisoner since his presidency was ended roughly year after it began by a coup d'etat in two thousand thirteen. Nothing about what happened to. Muhammed Morsi is much of an advertisement for the people who have been running Egypt since removing him from power. Back at the city, I there was the removal itself, whatever is available. One might reasonably have had about the prospect of Egypt being governed by the Islamist movement. The Muslim Brotherhood in which Mosey was a senior figure, Morsi and the brothers were the people's choice in two thousand and twelve year after a revolution ended the long dictatorship of house, new Mubarak. It was more see who won Egypt's first meaningfully democratic presidential election. Second. The has been more treatment, subsequent to being ousted from office and imprisoned on charges, including espionage, terrorism and others claimed by his supporters to be political put ups Morsi was held substantially in solitary confinement. And according to Amnesty International denied access to medical treatment for conditions including diabetes and liver and kidney complaints. Again, one does not need to be in accordance with the aims, and I'm Bishen of the Muslim Brotherhood to think this is no kind of way to treat a prisoner. The Christian now. Well a question. Now is what effect if any the passing of Egypt's first properly elected president will have on Egypt and or the wider Middle East. The regime now in place in Cairo will work very hard to ensure that the answer to that question is none. None whatsoever. The haste with which Morsi was buried was not in itself. Sinister under Islamic tradition. Funerals should be held within twenty four hours of death, but it was telling that requests that Moore sees funeral be held in his hometown. Sharqiya province were refused. And that reporters were not granted access coverage in Egypt's state-owned newspapers was less than extensive as we go to air. No large-scale demonstrations have responded to more sees death. Those that more see may have gotten the message by now that the best of doing it in private, or they may be saving themselves until after prayers this Friday, expect a large security operation around Muslim Brotherhood, sympathizing mosques in Cairo and Alexandria, especially in the Middle Eastern region, and indeed, the wider world. There has been very little. In the way of official response to Moses passing most national leaders seem to have calculated that annoying country as important as Egypt by paying tribute to a dead enemy of its present government makes little diplomatic sense. Among the few to have spoken up president, Richard type one of Turkey who described Mosey as a martyr, and his successes as tyrants, in mea, shake tummy, m- bin Hamad, Al tiny of cata made a pointed statement of condolence to more cease family and to the gypsum, people Egypt is among those Arab countries which seven diplomatic relations with cata in two thousand seventeen citing cutters support for the Muslim Brotherhood. In the short term. At least if Egypt's rulers have anything to do with it. Mohammed more sees presidency will barely be remembered at all. It will be interesting to see what the longer view looks like more sees presidency was far from a success. The manner of its ending rather a clued the fact that Moore sees time in office was one of almost perpetual crisis. Not all of which was his fault, but all of which was his responsibility, because that's the deal with being president and more. Wasn't very good at being president. He was dreary dog Matic. Un-imaginative uninspiring and appeared to regard his election as the end rather than the beginning of a new political dialogue with Egypt's people. Muhammad MO walls president. Chosen as such by his fellow citizens. And this makes him absurdly a unique figure in Egypt's history. He may not have done it. Well, but he did it and proved that it was doable. That may yet be a significant legacy. Twenty four. I'm Andrew millet.
Listen to First Mars Quake Measured and Recorded
"And on earth. High quality seismometers off. Placed underground to insulate them from changes in temperature and weather, but it can't be done on Mars. And as a result, it has several ingenious barriers which has a cover which is built by JPL called the wind and thermal shield to insulate it from the planet's winds dust, extreme temperature swings and other sources of noise into date. The E S has surpassed all the teams expectation in terms of sensitivity, president of the C N E S commented that the French SEI s size monitor as the cornerstone of space cooperation between France in the United States instrument has barely begun its mission, and it has already hit pay dirt with this world. First revealing new insights into Mars a planet that was habitable in its ancient past the teams at the s I s Mosey mission control center into loose on working around the clock to operate SAS and analyze that data. Being back from the red planet once again, congratulations to all of the scientists and engineers to whom we owe this fantastic success on the surface of Mars in one Petit who is the CEO of CNRS said that earth is no longer the only planet continuously monitored by size monitors the S S instrument deployed on Mars at the start of this year is now recording the slightest ground vibrations day and night be due to the atmosphere, and it's wind sweeping the surface or quakes in meteorite impacts Mars is the third rocky planetary body in the solar system to be studied by size Malla Just's one hundred thirty years after the beginnings of instrumental size. Molly Jeter had fifty years after the first seismometers developed and deployed by Apollo eleven in July of nineteen sixty nine no fewer than eleven C R S technologies in partnership with universities are working with these exceptional data in. In the months and years ahead. Their research will tell us more about how Mars formed and whites volcanic activity ceased to leave the cold dry desert surface. We see today I'm gonna play you in actual sound of a Mars quake now. So this audio has three different parts the first part of it is Mars wind. So it's sort of sounds like that's my my closest that I could get in the middle. It goes a little bit. Little bit deeper pitch in goes a little bit louder in that stops in. Then there's the robotic arm from the science device. So listen to this closely in the middle. You'll hear the Mars quick. So pretty cool stuff and JPL is going to continue working of insight Lander and working with the French teens to have more SAS data and more on Mars quakes in the future.
Apple cancels AirPower wireless charging pad
"Apple has cancelled airpower. That's not an April Fools joke. It's not a typo. It's not a hoax. It's not a glitch in the matrix airpower is dead. And here's a statement. Apple sent me about it. On behalf of senior vice president of hardware engineering, Dan Richey, oh after much effort, we've concluded airpower will not achieve our high standards, and we have canceled the project, we apologize. So those customers we're looking forward to this launch. We continue to believe that the future is wireless and are committed to push the wireless experience forward. Now, I've already made an air power video that covers the history of the product from announcement too late last year and a link to it and the description, so I'm not going to rehash any of that here or now, but there are so many questions so many hot takes so many rush uploads pubs and so much misinformation and misunderstanding circulating out there. I felt like I had to try at the very least to help all of you who support this channel all the time understand what happened and why? At least as much as possible for anyone outside the air power and executive teams at apple to really do that. So I'm Renee, Richie, and this is vector. Now, I was there at apple September twenty seventeen event where they announced airpower, and I was there in the demo room where they had the nonfunctional dummy, and I post and I pride at it. So I'm going to try doing this video just a little bit differently. In other words fact, this no seriously, we're going to FAQ all of this. Why didn't apple announce air power back in September of two thousand seventeen if it was never gonna ship fair question. Apple typically shows up ships. The keynote happens and executive hold up a shiny new product and says it's available that day. We'll be up for preorder that day or that week. It's what we expect. It's a big part of what makes apple apple sometimes though, it takes longer. Sometimes apple announces early to get ahead of industry or regulatory leaks. Like, the original iphone, which was shown off in January of two thousand seven but only hit stores in June or. Apple watch which was shown off in September twenty fourteen but only shipped in April twenty fifteen sometimes apple announces early to give developers extra time to get apps. Ready like the Intel Macs or the original I Pat or just to show their commitment to developers like the twenty thirteen MAC pro or twenty seventy nine MAC pro. And sometimes just sometimes apple announces early to show their commitment not to a community, but to technology with a halo product meant to help push the industry forward like when they deleted the headphone, Jack. But introduced air pods or. Yeah. When the added Chee standard inductive charging to the iphone and introduced airpower air power was meant to prove apple wasn't just doing inductive charging me to move or a gimmick. But was serious about the future being wireless and was willing to put their resources where their marketing was using their control over everything from hardware to software to build something unprecedented. Something quote, unquote, only apple to build that. No one else had done it before. And that some thought it couldn't be done. Didn't matter much. At least not at the time. Apple had a team of engineers that believed. It was possible apple executives bought into their vision. And so air power made it up onto the keynote stage. And there can't be anyone there now that feels happy about that green light not being a big flashing neon red light not anymore, but hasn't preannouncing bitten apple in the ass before absolutely several times. And while the vast majority of apple product ship on time, and in a way that is beyond stupefying to anyone with even the smallest most casual understanding of logistical processes involved. Preannouncing is always a huge risk sometimes delays like the white. I phone force jobs announced in June of twenty ten but due to issues with the color apple only manage to ship in April of twenty eleven air pods were delayed by a couple of months, I found ten ship later than I phone eight home pot took an extra half a year. So I phoned ten aria ship later than I phone tennis. Sometimes it's hardware, sometimes it software. And while it's irksome for everyone. We hear are irked. It's a react. Of doing product at massive scale, not just for apple. But specifically for these purposes for apple delays have always happened delays will always happen. And apple makes more products, apple risks more products. Experiencing more delays. It's why for the majority of the last few years at the end of the year when I make my big list of the biggest problems facing, apple shipping and scale are almost always among them. This never would have happened under Steve Jobs, right? Stop tons of stuff went wrong under Steve Jobs. I just listed a bunch and didn't even have to reach into the mobile me button list. Ipod cracked cube, apple maps box. No person. No leadership is perfect. And if you aren't stumbling every once in a while on your race to the finish line, then you aren't even really trying. So here's the deal. Anytime you see or hear anyone invoke the this would never have happened under Steve Jobs trope just politely suggest that instead of disrespecting the man's memory. Displaying a staggering ignorance of apple that they stick to the facts. There's no real argument. Worth winning the can't be one just on those anyway, but if other companies could ship airpower like patch couldn't apple at a glance. It went look like there are a bunch of other multi device Chee charging mats on the market with two or three zones for different phones. Maybe even a stand for apple watch. So what stop apple from making something similar in a word. Apple apple could've pushed out a simple three zone charger to standard. She won apple watch and been done with it. But I had a far bigger ambition than just a pad with two phone coils and a watch magnet instead of just three sweet spots at you had to find and different charging areas for phones in the watch the entire air power pad was meant to be one uniform charging area that you could just drop any device phone or watch on anywhere. And it would just figure it out the very different charging requirements all on its own. Well, a phone said of air pods in an inductive charging case and a watch or two phones and a watch at any rate. It wasn't going to be bogged cheese standard either because bog standard just couldn't do that back. Then it was gonna. Be beyond what the cheese dander could do. But apple said, they were going to work with cheap to make it part of a future standard. So that everyone could benefit from whatever advancements. Apple was able to bring to the table. But today absolutely no one has been able to do what apple set out to do with airpower, not even apple. So then what went wrong in a nutshell? Too many coils in two small space because physics a covered this part back in November of last year. Just allow me to introduce myself John Gruber writing for daring fireball on September fifteen what I've heard third hand. But from multiple little birdies is that airpower really is well and truly something about the multi coil design getting too hot way too hot. There are engineers who looked at airpower design and said, it could never work thermally. And now those same engineers have that told you so smug look on their faces last year apple was apparently swayed by arguments that they could figure out a way to make it not get hot. They were clearly wrong. I think either had to go completely back to the drawing board and start over with an entirely different. Design or they decided to give up and they just don't want to say so on September sixteen twenty eighteen sunny Dickson previously. Best known for finding demo units of pre-production, iphones and other devices from the Chinese supply chain posted what he heard was going on with airpower currently device produces far too much, heat, which causes performance setbacks and can affect the ability of the devices to charge if they become to warm in the process. It also affects the ability of apples custom charging chip which runs strip down version of to function as intended the mechanism being used for multi vice charging which we can confirm comprised of between twenty one and twenty four power coils of various sizes to accommodate the three main products to be charged which are broken into three identical. Charging groups is proving extremely difficult to build or a fine and has been resulting in a significant amount of interference up to this point, which reduces the efficiency of charging Matt and contributions to the heat issues that engineers facing what about Apple's relationship with supply chain has that changed? No. This was never about parts apples. Really makes the parts that make the parts. This was about those parts, given the current limits of technology, and you know, physics not being able to create the product apple wanted to create at least not functionally. But apple just secured the trademark and included airpower and packaging, an I o s and yeah, I feel you throughout this long tortured. Saiga apple has kept on fighting to bring airpower to market feeling like they were getting close to success to release planning for it and -ticipant it expecting it convincing themselves that was about to happen. Maybe a few times over the last year, but especially this year, but alas? Yeah. No at some point after delay after delay failureship after failureship investments and expectations and trademarks packaging, and even pride be damned apple had to make the call shipper product that just didn't work and risk further long term damage to their brand or kill it. Even after everything that's gone into it and take the short term hit now and learn and do better next time shipping is court, apples culture. Great artists. Ship is one of their oldest and most closely held mantras. But they're also a company that thinks in years, not months or days. So while I have no doubt that this was an excruciatingly hard choice one. They knew disappoint a lot of customers and lay waste to a lot of the work. Everyone inside the company had put into it so far and would haunt them for years to come. While have no doubt about that. I also think ultimately it was the right choice and the only choice because if airpower had shipped and not even worked. It would have been infinitely worse for everyone can apple start over and make a new airpower apple could make a much simpler, less ambitious inductive charging pad and even branded as airpower pretty much right away. Certainly in the time. It's taken between them announcing cancelling the original that they didn't choose to do that. And that the outsource their original basic cheat chargers to Belkin and Mosey probably means that that's just not the kind of product that's high up on Apple's to do list. Could apple make airpower originally conceived? Maybe one day with more time, maybe years more time when technology. Advances and all those coils can be managed affectively all at the same time. So what alternatives are their power while? There's nothing on the market that does what airpower wanted to do. There are a few multi vice charging options out there that do something much simpler and much more realistic. And hey, they exist a link to Moore's list of best multi chargers description below which has everything from no, Matt Malo. Casa Europe mask to Ola Burr. So you can check out all of those options. And hey, if you're industrious, and you see this as an opportunity, and you wanna know how you can get involved in engineering the next generation of chargers bid at apple or elsewhere checkout. Brilliant, brilliant, daily problems are fun bite-sized way to master concepts by applying them each problem comes with illustrations animations or interactive visualizations. And all the context you need to solve the problem yourself. If you like the problem wanna learn more, there's a related course at explores the same concept in greater detail, electrical engineering machine learning algorithms. It's all their everything you need to get started, maybe reinvent airpower. So if you want to actively learn new fascinating concepts each day and get twenty percent off the annual subscription to all problems in the archives. Just be one of the first two hundred head on over to brilliant dot org slash vector and finish your day a little smarter every day. Thanks brilliant. And thanks to all of you for supporting the show. So yeah. R I p airpower not even September twenty seventeen to March twenty nineteen it never shipped not one unit. Not for one minute. It just didn't work. And so apple new it just had to die, and that's sobering. Not in the callous because so many people spend so much time expecting it. And so many more so much more time working on it. But in a way that reminds everyone no amount of money or history can guarantee future success. And I'm sure that's what apple is going to spend the next days in months. Figuring out. Just exactly what went wrong with airpower procedurally organizationally, and operationally and assuring can't ever go wrong in the same way again. And that's how air power will. Not in thermal overload or in darkness. But as a case study at apple university brought out anytime anyone even thinks of over promising and under delivering again, and hopefully preannouncing in just this way.
"mosey" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Eduardo Ma belly Mosey and how good mazing Italian whatever that was. And he is developer. Don't know what that means. And he quote, coldly ditched his mother and their child's after he aware Beatrice who stole his heart. Big drama. They were engaged according to a source who talked to radar for three and a half years. And then he met Beatrice like gotta go this. This is the life. I want there's drama and Beatrice is kind of like Beatrice and Eugenie are like kinda the drama there little drama there drama. Well, they they lash out because they weren't under the scrutiny of a real Royal? They're like team, Royal? So they have they have the luxury of being able to be a little more a little more isn't their mother literally for like they can just like the representation of that where she's like, I'm Royal? But then she's like, I'm not Royal like, she's both. You know? I know. Yeah. Anyways rate our loves this shit. Of course, they do what else is happening this week. There is brace. Speaking of important relationship, news, Brayson Cyrus is engaged you about that. Who's Brayson Brayson is her younger, brother? He's twenty four mile lease twenty-six. She just turned twenty six races. We name these Cyrus people once a year. I can't remember Trish like Tisch. Who's the other one trace, Leslie, there's trace there's Tisch there's Bryson there's no there's Miley. And there's I feel like I'm missing one of the who's the one of the women. There's like a woman. There's well. There's there's trace. Who's the one of the case? What trace brandy breads, Christopher Brodie whose Christopher Brody. No. That's he's not. Are you short Christopher Brody? I've never heard secret. He's a secret. He secret. He's Billy Ray Cyrus is son. But not what's fishes on heat. That's from his I assumed from. He's a half sibling. Okay. Well, a lot of them are have siblings. This is a really funny. Sorry. This is a really funny graphic because it's like it's like no trace brandy brazen. Christopher Cody like, he's like he's like the freak. Whereas there is it's like, it's really good. So he's the older one. Yeah. It's like, what's what's that? Kristen that Kristen wig as else get which is like, and I. Jeez. I'm holly..
"mosey" Discussed on The Science Show
"So everything's still let before for. I think it's right. That's broadcasters. Like the BBC looking at how many different platforms they can be on. And how immediate and digital contracts making selves. Well, you've talked about your students and do what? BBC? They do listen to BBC perhaps have you formed an opinion about how well informed they are in general because for instance, when I talked to my grandsons, and they all have devices, which they look, well, even I suspect when they're asleep not just when they're awake. But I asked him how much they absorbed, and they said, well they flick through and they notice things, but they don't absorb them. I all students even at Cambridge not as smart as they used to be paps in that regard. I think our students are hard working and clever. The my generation was I'm always impressed by their knowledge their social conscience, they're just like ability. So I'm very much in favor of our current students. I only see it's quite mixed. I think some students who do full news pretty avidly. If you take something like Brexit, which is dominating wish political debate quite have lots of Austin. So actually not that bothered one way or another. They just wish like a lot of the public. It will be over soon. So when you sit next one say what you think about late stage, Brexit, they just say. I wish it was over. And it doesn't translate into activism probably in a way that it might have done thirty or forty years ago. But I am extremely proud of what bright and socially engaged people. We have there. Well, two thousand and eight that's when I revolution began ten years ago. It's unbelievably recent really if you were to put forward, I'm sure you've sort of this being head of college another ten years. What you think out what casting are journalists will look like in the best of all possible worlds. Well, you're right. There is enormous speed in the way things are moving. But one of the great BC director-general's was John Birt, and John Birt was in charge in one thousand nine hundred ninety s and in the nineteen thousand nine hundred really got digital. And he came up with the idea that people would be able to move in news bulletin around. And they'd be able to choose their own news, and he had a whole set of strategies to devise that and that was twenty five years ago. So actually, we're still in a recognizable world, that's I started in when I was. Working in radio. And therefore, that's what I mean. I think you can't abandon the fight for terrestrial linear shedules because actually they are still extremely valid. So it's both and it's both linear television and digital and ultimately digital win. But it's going to take a long time before it's conclusive linear televisions line with his back to the floor. And it's dead is going to be a long way. I'm what you on the public to be passive, which what happens all getting touch with us and say what they want get in touch. I think it's really important to support public service broadcasting what you believe in and you can see in America where probably go customers pretty much disappeared in his find you being kicked to death while Trump administration, if you lose it, you never get it back is worth fighting professor, Roger Mosey is master cylinder college Cambridge. And is a former head of BBC TV news next week on the sun show. The science minister meets professor Emma, Johnston production by David Fisher. I'm probably Williams..
"mosey" Discussed on Mixergy
"My grandfather, you grandfather, he used to white stand in the street and say, I will box anyone of you coal miners for money Mosey deal there. Yeah. I mean. My brother told me about this huge amount about it. But yeah, that's that's he dunning at a job and he needed needed money, and he was a pretty tough guy. So I think you know, people were surprised that he could beat up minus. He realize the reserve that you're getting make money from it by the way. Yeah, I wonder why you don't know about this. I wonder if you're like me, I, I wouldn't ask my parents directly about their parents because that they would have a hard time telling near would be an awkward conversation. I just don't like the intimacy of it and I know this feels a little weird. My wife and her parents will kiss each other all the time when they need. They say, I love you could buy. I get off my phone to my parents. I like that I could be rude to them. I don't like the intimacy of getting on a on a call with them and saying, told me about grandpa is with you. Yeah, it is. Unfortu- I, my parents are no longer around and that. With your parents and then now you did you have it with your parents where you didn't want to ask because it felt a little too, too intimate notes Melchett here. It's, I guess there's so many other things that we talked about some of the Monday day today, stuff that we never took the time to sit down and talk through those things actually. Now now that was going around, I regret. Nope. Not talking about that kind of thing. I mean. Just to video. My dad's, this is strange folks get on super to flex hanging in his house of the bunch of people from his way back. And I didn't really know who that Was was. said, can you just tell me a bit about instruments video? 'cause I kinda need. You know who wasn't going to be around all that much longer. And some guy I did that because now is a photo hanging on the wall. I can identify the people in the meaning behind it. All right. It is kind of an awkward conversation to have gone, but I'm glad that we did wonder if I'm gonna feel regretful. I sense that I'm gonna feel regretful that I won't know the stories, but I won't regret that. I didn't have the conversation with them. I like having intimate conversations with strangers like you where we just meet online whenever. I don't know. I was talking to know, can my friend about this. I like really close friendships, but not too close like we could have this kind of close conversation. We get together over drank and talk, but once it gets a little too close for some reason, I, I have an issue with what it is, but you don't. You don't have that at all. I feel like you're looking at me like, I'm a weirdo. Captains, but also acceptance of the weirdo. Some friends that I'm ready coaster and we've been through just about everything scale. I think I'm going unusually large numbers French, much school base. So we're, we're ready. Let's talk to them. If you have relationship issues, you'll talk to go. Here we took took about everyday, but those those things made a long time ago. When I find is that the new ships, it's time to get back. Kind of those intimate comes as in than it does stop fitting oakwood. You know, talking about. Talk about business again. I'm back to we to you getting started an online space, what was stags and hens dot com. Really strange business, like sort of fell into it was based game website that helps people is stagnant, buddies stag in hand party..
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"mosey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Zero seven one thanks to southern lights our, broadcast sponsored today yeah we've we've heard thanked all of our sponsors. We appreciate all of our sponsors this is lexin, Donald here on Labor Day but. This is our our final normal show of the state. Fair and before we get too far into it again thanks will end. How we started thanks to our, behind the scenes crew lead for us the two of us by Paul black who's been out or Paul black he's been out here every morning making sure that things are okay and Brooke ingest all the. Behind the, scenes folks work a lot harder. Out here than we do and they do it to make a, shine and we greatly, appreciate it Angel and, Jake and Mosey Mosey cool Very nice to the audience clapping yeah. They weren't way. Harder than. We, do, Mosey coolest name Mosey has yeah he he helps, take pictures during our meet and greet and he's. The best friend of our. Sales managers, son try, to follow that but. Anyway but. Yeah he's a great kid we've had we've had a really good time speaking of a good time. And meeting people and meet and greet so I have. A, story to tell you. Every day yes. Every day be good be. It bad we share things with you I think that's one of the perhaps and I want, to try to get into your mind but maybe perhaps one of the reasons. You enjoy listening to three of us you feel like you know, us because, we tell, you as, they you, know the good the bad you know take the take the. Badge What do. You have the facts of. Life we share everything with yeah so over the course of the fair we've show we've shared, the good times yes Alexis riding a horse and doing traffic and we shared. The bad times for instance like the lady at the meeting.
"mosey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Make it, fun but make it, fun you? Know. Okay I'm absolutely going to do that what I. Wanted. To. Start, the conversation I actually wanted to have other than. The amazing food that I ate is that walking is hard I know. Walking at the. State. Fair is. Hard to we all, agree it's mostly hard, for everyone? Else Because I know how to do. It it's the rest of you have apparently not figured it out yeah so we actually talked about this a couple of days ago how. We would like to educate people how to walk maybe there's like a. Five minute orientation session when you See you later there Offended. At that okay fine No People don't know how to walk at the state. Fair it's as if they were able somehow to get from their door to their car to the gate of the state. Fair and then the moment they walked through the gate at the state, fair they throw all of their rules out the window about how you walk down a, street because let's be, honest the state fair is not. Unusual it's basically like a. City it is right there are out in a grid. System there are, streets their. Sidewalks now the differences you get to walk on the streets here because there's there are, cards but you can walk on the. Streets, honestly in my humble opinion should make it. Easier? Right because there's more. Space, yeah there's more space the p. but I feel like it's that more space thing that really just makes people think they can just sort of Mosey alot and go with the flow. Will I was at the fair last night and I, actually, well I was the worst Walker. Ever did you cause a human pile? Up, yeah. Actually so a multi human pile. Up we were all walking and this is why I think you, know it's easy for me to point. Out Other people's like inability to walk until you experience it yourself right right and I noticed it was because. We were all having conversation and it's kind of hard, to, have a conversation with six people. As you're moving through time and space? Absolutely, in. Addition to the fact that you're. Moving through time and space with several thousand other people all at, the same time with no sort of Destination. In, mind like sometimes you, have a, destination right like I'm going to the bathroom but this was just sort of like group of six ambling throughout time and space and. I? Actually. A personality one of my friends asked a question I stopped, and turned to respond oh and he ran into me because he wasn't paying attention to where he was. Going. And then somebody bumped into him Meanwhile I swung around to you know get out of his way and he turned around to.
"mosey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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"mosey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Roger mosey as well thank you to both it's helped us state let's get the sports needs and christina's is at wimbledon with it the thinking about the football as well i imagine chris very much so michelle yes hello again from center court where preparations are well underway for women's semifinals today the law mirrors oriented enforced doing this stuff much more on that in just a moment but you're right this morning of course the nation is nursing a collective hangover after england's defeat in the world cup gareth southgate side went down to croatia two one in extratime in moscow they'll now play belgium in the third place playoff match in some petersburg on saturday despite the result manager gafsa says there's plenty of course for optimism over the next few years i think the reaction of the supporters to them at the end compared to years ago tells them first and foremost experiences with england can be positive the country of re proud of what they've done in the way that if played there will in time be a little positives to of course very hard now to put that into context nothing too soon really because i think you have to suffer the result a little bit plenty of chew over them with correspondent john murray who was commentating on the match last night john southgate's has emerged from this world cup has knee with enormous credit both as a manager and somewhat reluctantly as a as a fashion icon how has he been able to strike a chord so successfully do you think was the players and the fans yes he seems to have become sort of representative of englishness doesn't date but if you remember two years ago gareth southgate was the man who said he wasn't ready yet to be england manager when england were looking for placement for roy hodgson and now having had to step in a short notice when simon dyson me left the job he's brought an england team to a major tournament that has exceeded expectations for the first time i would say the generation generation or more rather than failed to meet expectations is a soft and being the case and how's he done that i think it's because he has a unique set of skills in that he has been the england under twenty one coach so he knew the young players he's been the head of elite development he was an england player himself of some standing over fifty caps tournament experience and also he had experience of working in the media so you had a an understanding and appreciation of how that side of things is work and he's managed to bring it all together to to to to take a step forward with the england team which begs the question briefly why couldn't previous higherprofile perhaps high a paid england managers do the same yet different times i think it was felt then that england needed the best manager available and big money was spent on bringing in foreign coaches like spend your and and fabio capello as the final piece in the jigsaw when england had the socalled golden generation ultimately that didn't work and it's taken a more english approach to transform the way that people think about the england team how much credit should go to the faa who are muchmaligned aren't they yes i think you have to give credit to the system that was put in place to the technical director there dan ashworth in haste team and the dna plan that was implemented after england crushed out of the willed cook early four years ago the the ultimate goal for that the intention was success a tournament level for the senior teams so to reach quarterfinals semifinals and finals and win tournaments on a regular basis they wanted to develop young players houston georgia's park base and already england have would a string of titles at junior level and i'm not sure that that this a semi final at this world cook was expected but that's where they are so will the expectations were low that's what they've managed to do now i think there will be a change in expectations for the next tournament in two years time told me that thanks very much indeed so john was saying there'll be no england france finally moscow on sunday they'll be no roger referee match it here at wimbledon either now's because federal was stunned by the.
"mosey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The sing apart from a royal wedding really brings a nation together and you see that in the olympics and you in the world cup and i think last night audience would have been absolutely huge sunday koala roger mosey says these are moments that bring a nation together does this shed collective moment do something yes serving it does something very important live sports itself is very compelling and not might be real madrid versus liverpool but this is different because this is the most powerful examples we have of what he used to be a nation a nation is when you are part of a community of shared fate with people who are strangers to you and thirty forty million of us feel differently this morning because croatia scored an england didn't and so those moments when we've all done something together changed our country in one thousand nine hundred ninety that semifinal change the whole decade when gasa cried and we got the premiership in the role of sport in our society in one thousand nine hundred ninety six we change the culture of what it was to be english at the stadium and this is this is changed this has changed how people feel about income because because we experienced that together we've got a tribe that's tens of millions of us much bigger than the blue all the tribe in politics will the brakes cheese although is we have got something that london shares with the towns of england and it's says coward southgate's team that reminded of that and yet roger mosey i mean you mentioned the olympics at twenty twelve a moment of great national coming together and let's face it that was that was britain coming together in many ways not just england coming together we're talking about the football but and yet four years after the olympics the referendum a country more divided than ever so these these moments of collective sharing don't last do they know you need a sense of perspective but i think london twenty twelve will endure as a vision of the current of britain that many people want to share and if you look at it simply in terms of how many people took policy expert at experience via tv more than ninety percent of the nation watched the olympics i think it's resonance is actually grown stronger you think it's the vision that's lasting the picture it it gives us all well danny boyle's opening ceremony was one those you have to use iconic one of those iconic national moments and it was a vision of a particular kind of britain that still has enormous power today it wasn't a unifying vision as well it wasn't something that was policies that and i think that the olympics and success in football really off things which lifted nation and give people on this as a kind of boost the regular politics and regular life come this sunday i wonder what a moment like this does for people's personal thoughts on listen georgia's flag the infant flag i mean you know whether you believe the flag has become a toxic symbol because of the the use by far right groups of it in order to signify their desire for a more ethnically pure england if you like whether you believe that it has talks to fight the flag or not the moments like this change people's attitudes towards the flag yes they do it always disappoints me if we think that somehow a couple of thousand thugs who wouldn't get one percent of the vote if they stood people at the english defence league somehow own national symbols that belong to the tens of millions of us that wash calcio skate but we we feel differently about it when we see hughes yes those more anxiety bush shooters there there's more anxiety about the english in england and the scottish flag in scotland five years ago quarter of people said i feel anxious about it that's been falling before this tournament is down to about eleven percent actually people who feel it's toxic it's fallen you you've heard it you know on the right and the left people saying i feel i could be part of this now because it's the everyday diverse twentysomething england that we see on the pitch that's who we are now that's who we're going to be if a tiny group don't believe in i'm sad for them but why on earth we give up on national flag people see it being used in inclusive way everybody can come to the party this is england this is who we all and so.
"mosey" Discussed on Get Up!
"Today there's so much work that goes on during the days he's not pitching we sit here we think that they're just sitting there watching the game like we are but there's so much they're doing on their off days that you can't be playing an entire other baseball game doing it do you think it is practical that we could see a starting pitcher who truly does play just about every other day i i laugh consultees mosey was professional golfer for the other four and so that can be done i mean it is a tough challenge and no doubt about it is the responsibilities and things you need to do to get ready to pitch one every five days you're the most important guy on the field and so but maybe you're not getting all the other days that you're playing in there but you can get a few days in there and i think in some ways the competitive pitcher and smoltz in that category what do you do with that downtime that urge when they played golf thought that that helped their edge it helped him find something to do competitively in between times and i think a hitter can do the same thing i don't know the taxing part of his arm is it gonna affect his ability to throw in and have endurance as your goes on because you're hitting logically that doesn't make sense to me i think that he can swing a bat and still still maintain his arm strength oklaho jalen i i've asked about manny machado before we obviously before you start running out of time here he's probably the greatest player that baltimore has had since you were there leads the league at home runs and rbi's he's in the last year of his deal and the team has the worst record in the sport does it feel like a foregone conclusion to you that he will get traded away it kind of feels that.
"mosey" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"And they've kind of changed their business and so forth i think i would try carbonite it's it's pretty easy to use i can guarantee you it's not going to burn up your computer although i don't think mosey could either they came there was just something totally simple i wanted them to do so the so the tech came into the computer you know you'll allow them to come into the computer and he started doing something and all of a sudden my entire screen blank and he he and i said you know what there's nothing on the computer now it's all gone and all of a sudden he hung up and then so i called my computer guy to go through it he said you're computers fried okay yeah he can't do that remotely and i don't even know if that was a mosaic guy that doesn't sound like it was mosey but i called because it was i i can't tell you of mosey bring in tex outside of the motives system i have no idea but the guy was talking me through the steps and so he came in and and one thing after the necks and all of a sudden my screen was totally gone i heard total terrible noises in the computer at self they can't do that remotely can't do that with software but it but anyway that's computer died so cozy didn't break your computer died however carbonite or back plays i think would have very similar you know one button install its backing up oughta mattingly i think either one of those would be just fine i have experience with carbonite use it all the time and it's very straightforward.
"mosey" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"I had mosey as my cloud storage okay do a variety of situations they ended up completely crashing my computer oh dear to the point brand new computer it was totally lost a friday inside of my computer they couldn't possibly have doodoo some yeah anyway the bottom line is i'm no longer using mosey so i wanna get a new cloud storage carbonite is i need something very simple is there something other and mosey the one system i head with most was very simple i don't need what is simple mean to you all right i'm a person that says number one sit down turn the computer on by the button on the side number two okay so in other words you want to you want to install the software and then it just backs up and you don't have to think about it wrecked yeah well carbonite has a solution it's a sixty dollar a year solution for a single pc you put it on there it's basically medical the mosey but but you know and i should say carbonates sponsor there are other ways to do this there's back blaze is another company that a lot of people seem to like i don't i don't have any experience with with it so i can't tell you from personal experience my sense is that back blaze is not all that easy to use it's the same price oh five dollars a month for single computer mac or pc let me think of mosey kind of swallowed up by dell.
"mosey" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I mean it's a gift i love working wherever but i think you know for me it does being on a film set sort of does give me access to buildings and places that as a kid i didn't have an access so for instance in in the city in the city there's one location which is inside the mosey tunnel and it's a massive sequence it's a really big big scene closes the end up to and it's for me you know standing those gosh months times used to drive through here going on holiday to wales or you know day trips or whatever and here i am now is standing in the middle of a massive film unit on the on the river mersey in mosey toilet was fantastic you know unlike wise there's a place in the cold water street and we use that that was a main location and that's full of those old buildings that grew ooh out of liverpool being one of the major you know shipping senses of the world you know and and you've all the newseum building the india building you know it was really was the heart of the commonwealth way and and i had access to those buildings and they often tastic places you know they're the really an getting access to them is really you know open people that and they want you to come in and liberal university also we had a great location for us a place i'd never gone inside.
"mosey" Discussed on WCHS
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"mosey" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
"Price from those two movies come out your see bodies dropping mosey was the biggest budget you ever had for movie was see against a combat no cup i wasn't jersey girl i think was thirty five and did it change how you made the moving now my job really doesn't change was probably as well no good change from movie the movie like uh i write a script i rehearsed the actors and then while we're on set i hope our make sure they give a performance as good as the one that was in my head if not better that they bring something to the table so whether you've got five boxer 5 billion that job remains brings the same case he has question five minutes from in five minutes arena bhattarai right when when it comes to get up budgeting and movie there there's a marketing budget in the movie and i'm sure that goes into the billion you speak of right yeah no it doesn't know that billion has just production i don't think that's markovic marketings onto wholly out because you know in my twenty years in radio i've seen some really i think wasteful ways have a budget him or two marketed move i am mike who is a cane this who is okaying a trailer on a dvd to give out at at radio lake widening who's gonna do that it's it's think about a back in the day they had to figure out any way possible to get their message across and so traditional mediums like television and radio they've worked in for whole industries have been built to be the go between between you and a studio took to market a movie so that somebody in los angeles doesn't have them all the way out here in philly they have local rap and stuff like that entire industries been developed that industry is useless in the face of social media like at the end of the day a fan could do more than somebody whose pay aid to publicise movie and reach far more people just by their influence of their eyeballs or your breuil all your balls on their social media so you can see an industry influx they don't know what to do they doubt and anybody who claims to be an extra we have but we have it all the time we have experts come in then started a a lecture whatever by saying no one really knows because there there's no hard.