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"mufamadi" Discussed on senticheroba.mp3
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"mufamadi" Discussed on Die Arenz Show
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"mufamadi" Discussed on Spanish Proptech
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"mufamadi" Discussed on Something Who
"Edge of could've gone could have been a minimum is classic or to just be cheap. I don't know but some. That's how i would as how would see the two one story files by going to excess. An a story another story that fails by just being a bit lily livered and not really pushing far enough in any direction Pity no connection. I'll old people. Don't shoot him from my incisive analysis with those words separately to spears the connection. Sorry yeah it's very very difficult to think of any I'm told that some of our listeners. Lots was screaming in agony and raging restauration that we were missing them. They see either. There's no sort connections or No well the olympics were held in spain in one. Yeah way to your cassettes seville. Isn't it similar. Sure civiles donated seventy madrid. Barcelona bosra lender olympics from one thousand nine hundred two which is seventy years after the story broadcast and amazing coincidence. Fair set seven years before the was shown sony's before the olympics actually happened Splendid almost pulled back right. I think it's it's fair. It's just like you know that there's a end of season budget coming on. This was the second year they died. They must've known the best in the world. They must've still it wasn't gonna gets the The highest budget of the season and yet yeah and yet they added the the gratuitous edition of the olympics. And there's no reason you can do that as a whatever the whatever the failings of the execution so. There's no reason that you couldn't fairly offensively. Do i is vision visit paper house. The that yeah. That's the yes Sunday sort of a classic of its type As by they've advocate them has recently mind the same territory. And it's just that you you come up with that and it's it's a good is good. Concept is quite mufamadi concepts and this was graham's i stabbed who was not yeah and and yet and then and then the subways and despite nine that you'll have that crunch then yup then place this burden of also having toy into the olympics for no particular phonetic evasive. Because it's not like that was part. Isn't it in so doing a right until the olympics comes along Well i mean. I think yeah and i think if you just on the house and on the hassle discover moisture in the abusive statins and that side of things. I think you use it a better chance of getting something workable out of it then them then if you add on all this other stuff okay. Giles i'm going to pick a path to you now because i think we need to pick up the pace of it and the The two that have come up when i roll. The dice were caves of andrews army and rose. Oh okay well case vengeance on what has not been said about it..
"mufamadi" Discussed on Podcast Onion
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"mufamadi" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"mufamadi" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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"Albany never had that problem, at least during the eighties. They had a great fan. Support Albany is a good sports town. It's only two hours or so from New York City, and there are a lot of people here, working for state government who came from New York, and we're big sports fans of the New York teams and they were looking for something local, and the team had success right from the beginning, not in small part due to the fact that the second year, they hired a coach named Phil Jackson, who turned out to be Phil Jackson back, then he was just a new coach at the many patrols and he delivered a championship in eighty four, which was, I think they're third season. So they were the toast of the town and from that success. I mean they only. Good crowds. But then they drew bigger crowds, and they filled the armory, and it really became the place to play in the CBA. So do you think it was their success was the fluke of the success of Phil Jackson? Or do you think some of it was engineered, and, and, and smarts that kind of got them or maybe a confluence of the two because I'm trying to figure out sort of and I try to sort of piece this together as you go through the book and, and this entire season that you, you outline how much of this is, you know, masterminding from a, a well thought out process and plan and ownership structure. And how much of this is frankly just, you know, lock especially in a league that's been at least at this point relatively shaky. It's mostly dumb luck and the people behind the team might disagree with that. But I mean you're talking about. An ownership group of maybe to who have no experience in running a sports team. They were the, the Albany county executive and a another guy who it was a former athlete who had a Cup of coffee in the major league in major league baseball. But had no real experience running a sports team. They were making it up as they went, which is not unusual in the league like this. It's a lot of people who are just hoping this thing, works, and oftentimes, it doesn't so it was luck and, you know, they hired Phil Jackson just kind of on a whim. He hadn't been retired that long they had no real thought that he would accept their offer. They had a coach earlier a guy named dean manager who you may remember he was a New York knick. They wanted to play off the Nick connection because Albany is close to New York. And there are a lot of Knicks fans so they tried manager. He didn't work out. So. They contacted Jackson and again, they really didn't think he would take the job. Because why witty and it turned out he did. Now is he going to be a good coach? Who knows it turns out, he's a great coach and he's able to get some good players and he delivers a championship team is second year. So I mean it was a good. Guess I guess is the best, you could say, I wouldn't call it a well thought out scheme or plan. And I don't think the people behind it would do that. Either for our ardent listeners listening carefully measure is a name from the world world women's basketball league from the late seventies early eighties as well. So trying to play some various carousel games, I guess, but that doesn't mean that the team is going to sell in the in the city. Right. I mean so going to be some kind of success or or thought about how to promote the game. I mean, four thousand seats, right? Doesn't seem to be a lot, but I guess, in Albany, it kind of does. Right. And there's sort of this desire to sort of rehabilitate, or bring people in or keep them in down. Town for a series of dates. And especially in the cold winter months, did the team just promote itself, so to speak by playing so well. Or, or was there really well thought out marketing as part of this mix as well. No, there was not well thought out marketing kind of went word of mouth Albany didn't have much else to Mark to sell itself. I mean it's not like there was a whole lot of competition. There was some college teams in the area but there were no other pro sports teams at the time, it's a good basketball town, Scana college, and the university at Albany have decent basketball teams again all the New Yorkers who moved up here who were knick fans. So it's got a good basketball fan base in general. So, but I think at first, it would curiosity something to do, when there isn't a whole lot to do. Like you said in Albany, New yorker and the basketball was good. That was also an important part of it. I mean, after member that knows days. This was the best minor league. It's not anymore. But it was it had. People who had been in the NBA and may get back, it had other sort of younger players who eventually would make it to the NBA. So these guys were good players. This was seriously. Good basketball having success definitely helped. I mean if the team had gone, you know, ten and thirty its first year, and twelve and twenty eight the next year with the crowds of come hard to say, probably not. But the fact that they won. And then they wanna championship their second year it gave Albany out of pride. And, and as you said, the gym only sat three thousand people, so it wasn't that hard to fill. You could find three thousand people are willing to spend, whatever it was three bucks, four bucks. A ticket and see some pretty high quality basketball on a winter's night. So you're coming into this story year removed from the team's second championship right? So nineteen eighty eight the protrudes run the CBA title with their then head coach Bill muscleman, who I guess, went onto other things right to allow George Karl step. Muscleman coached one year after Jackson, retire or Jackson, retired Jackson went on to coach the Chicago both far from retired Mufamadi stepped in for year. And he I missed the best story by year, probably that year was apparently by all accounts, the craziest wildest, most intense year, ever, they'll muscleman was essentially a Mark net. He drilled players and Leslie, he took no prisoners. He wrote everyone, you know, to near exhaustion and he delivered a championship. So one of the players on that team with Marie Richardson. And after the year ended and you know, they took their trophy and they're saying buys the story go that Richardson walked up to Bill Muslim, linen. Today, two things to say for you say to you. Thank you, and fuck you and then he walked away. So so that was an attempt that was a wild season but yes, so Muslim and moves on. He becomes a head coach in the NBA. And that's what opened the door for George Karl interesting too. And if I have my data, correct at whereas, I don't know if it was his direct relationship or maybe the protrudes had one, but the Minnesota timber wolves was where he went next not immediately, but after a number of months and it looks like a number of the protrudes from that championship season, including Sidney Lowe, and Scott Brooks. And a couple of others went onto the timber wolves to in those early years of that franchise in the NBA. That's right. He took some players with him. So that also opened the door for some new players into the Albany franchise. So it really was there were some holdovers a couple of players stayed on from that year. But it was really a pretty much new roster. New coaching staff a new beginning for the patrols and you know, as you know, who knows how that's gonna work now. Getting George Karl. A known entity certainly gave them a leg up and it turned out to be a great move, because having the NBA contacts and the NBA experience that George had, you know, he knew who was out there. He knew the players that were available and he managed to get some good ones. You're moving Albany. It's brand new for you. Right. I'm assuming you probably had no previous experience with the capital region. What do you walk into and, and where do you start? Well, like I said that the first job was to go to the front office and say, I want to do this book and get there. Okay. Get the coaching staffs. Okay, Selva proposal and then just start hanging out. You know, go to practices. I'd. Go on the road. When I could the advanced wasn't big enough that I could go on every road trip. But I went on, I think three out of five road trips something like that. And then hang out with the players afterward. I'd go out with them either to dinner. I'd interview them before we travel on the road together, and I got to know some of them very well. And again, it was really just wanted to be a tape recorder, and I would hang out with my little reporters notebook and my balky cassette tape. Recorder, again, this is the nineteen eighties. So the digital world hasn't come yet, and I would take notes, I would run off to the side and scribble notes when nobody was looking. I would have my tape recorder hidden behind my back during coaching sessions or during games. Halftime speeches, I would just click the red button and record it and try to be as instant inconspicuous as I could be. And then I would run home and transcribe all my notes, and throw it into my little MAC too. Computer and type it up, they went and how much trust did players and administrators and coaches and people around the league give you where they sort of giddy at the fact that, you know, this was the a an actual book being devoted to them, and, and, and the team in the league or were they little wary of, of seemingly another beat reporter, so to speak that maybe they didn't feel that they wanted to share their most inter- thoughts with it. Most people were very open because again, in the minor leagues when you say beat reporter, a lot of teams didn't have a beat reporter, they wouldn't get any coverage at all Albany, had, I think one newspaper reporter, Tim woken from Albany times, union who covered the team fully the other local newspapers would cover it. Sporadically the TV stations would report the game scores, but they almost never went to interview the players, you know they'd send a cameraman and get some game film. And they do their fifteen. Kinds of game reporting on the nightly news and that was the best franchise in the league a lot of places had very little to no exposure. So people were happy to talk. You know it's not like the NBA where they, they got things to hide and they're surrounded by fifty reporters every minute. These guys wanted to press a lot of not all of them, of course, some somewhere, little, wary in some you were shy or just didn't want to participate. But for the most part, they were pretty open to me. What did you find the quality of play to be and the work ethic? And, you know, just the general data day life of being a play on the CBS because one thing that among many that sort of emanate from from this book is, it's, it's a tenuous, you know, existence trying to make it to the show, you're not sort of living high on the hog, so to speak for Deums only get you so far. And, you know, and you're also trying to string along this dream, which may or may not be in the realm of possibility and maybe a little sense. Of sort of the constellation of folks that you're coming into contact with, how much of them are sort of living on a dream, that's sort of never really going to happen. And how much of them are, are really kind of, you know, onto something and just need to be patient and work on what they need to do. Well, that's why the book is called life on the rim. They're really on the edge. All of these people the players and the coaches, the quality of basketball is good. But, you know, not quite good enough to make the NBA some of them do. Get called up back in those days, you could be fined for ten day, tryout, essentially, or of course you could be fined for the rest of the season and players did go up for ten days on occasion. But they often didn't stick so they might be filling in for somebody who was injured. So, so the, the point is, you know, they were good enough to be the tenth ninth eighth guy on the bench in the NBA, which means they're really good. But they weren't quite good enough to stick for a variety of reasons. The lifestyle is really what interested me in what I think, is the key to the book because these guys are making I think about four hundred and fifty dollars a week per diem is, you know, they're eating Popeye's and McDonald's that there's one game where the, the, the posing team brings in pizzas, and the coach Elvin and everybody gets one piece because otherwise, we won't be enough for everybody else. And that's their dinner. These guys are, you know, six two two six eleven they've just played forty eight minutes of serious basketball and they get one piece of pizza after the game. It's tough, and it's draining and there is expression that everybody talked about called the CBA blues, which is, when, you know, you're in the depths of winter, it's January, it's February your slogging through dismal towns and airports, and van rides and you're not making any money and you're seeing other players, maybe get called up and you're not getting called up or maybe you're not even playing and you're wondering. Is this all worth it?.
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"Neighboring Tanzania to the north rescue agencies have said they're ready to assist households which may be affected by heavy rains and strong winds. So just how will Mozambique cope with a potential second wave of destruction earlier, I spoke to Emily first year of the international federation of the Red Cross. Still is plays some are already rebuilding houses. But it's quite a tragedy to see that. Hopefully, Beira won't be a, but it remains something quite big for Mozambique to Cup that however they have already some listener. And they were quite ahead of this one. Also, I mean the team were already involved in the in the northern region. So this could meet you gate the damage, so what kind of preparedness are you talking about that? Okay. For example, Red Cross volunteers were deployed in the communities. I mean to usual things they do or such Evans. So they were deployed and providing images early warning messages in order to propose if I creation accommodations, enter especially for the most vulnerable and the government. The issue quite early there. So it was very well coordinated between the actors so they were quite head. So the message is either get out all go to somewhere where you can seek sanctuary, and what are those places their usual place in Mozambique or accommodation centre or emergency community shelter can be ministry building as cools those are the usual one. And how do you get that message out to people in the most remote areas that must be such a task usually the year out from the communities? So each means, it's their religious. It's very communities, and then in addition to that we send additional volunteers, but even and we saw that one months ago, even when the communication was. Twin many real did their usual ask and Endel their role quite well, even without any guidance etcetera because you have prepared for it's six hundred people down into have died after cyclone isci hundreds more still have been found the father you've been through this once before with a terrible loss of life. You are prepared this time round. How confident are you that you can protect people better? Well, we can expect the damage weekend expect temporary placement relation flooded houses trae houses, however, the idea with the MSCI Gatien and early warning messages is definitely to support the people to move ahead the Evans, so for example, either evacuated before it means they're lively would and houses might be affected but themselves they would be safe, especially for flood. It would be. Heels like highpoint. So it means we have more chance to get people safe. Emily year, the international federation of the Red Cross on hurricane Kenneth that cash reform cyclone, I should say at the moment, but that is not going to develop any further. Eight o'clock news at eight thirty two as if you come news throw the deal of the BBC World Service. Our top story. The moment is the festival summit between Putin and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has been taking place in the Russian forest. Stay with us for updates on that throughout the day. Also more protests are expected today despite the military government's latest concessions to their position and the UN has one that the number of measles cases around the world has nearly trebled compared to last year and American white supremacist has been executed in Texas for the brutal of the Blackman today ago. Let's take a look at all the sports now past the hour. The man who has to be prompt with sports news Allen because he's rushing off to see the adventures. And I am right after this really you'll. Find that. If you're a nerd in sport. You're not in quite a few other things as well. You said it. The new store will last week. I'm already excited for that excited about I just a individual. But thankfully, I can tell you about sport, which is slightly more my frame, we'll start in the Premier League because Manchester City top of the table by point again pep Guardiola praising his incredible players of their to Dhabi win over Manchester. United just three matches of the season to go. Of course, if they win the ball, they will be champions city have now won all of their last eleven league fixtures. That result also dense United's hopes of a top four finish ask those pusher, finishing the Champions League places. Also taking a hit they were outplayed in a three one defeat at wolves. Which means stay fifth United sick, and my are publicly accused Ethiopia and legend Holly garbage Selassie of ignoring his pleas for help following theft at his hotel in Addis Ababa Selassie hit back in a statement accusing the British Olympic champion and his team of multiple. Reports of this Christ full conduct while staying there Farah has denied those other nations we have to we will be talking about avengers and gaming just a moment. But no spoilers as long as I haven't been spoiled this morning, and that's the. No, nothing about them and be able to say. And I promise say nothing I will bring back my own review in twenty four hours time for those who don't want to hear it like your cell phone with food to it. So I'm looking at the price of Tesla's. Do you know how much ninety eight thousand mile tesla costs twenty thousand dollars eight thousand seven hundred and fifty. Pounds believe it or not here in the UK swell. This about what fan? Fifty two thousand years Tesla's losing money. It is one hundred two in the last quarter. Very very large sofa and the money keeps down the back. Right. What they did tests came out with numbers yesterday reported lost seven hundred million dollars for the first three months. The year predicted another loss for the second quarter of this year will reckons returned to profit in the third quarter this disappointed. Many many many many many many many investors in the business primarily not necessarily because of the loss it now the loss is big is bigger than people are expecting people actually matter cash. The company has an end in March two point two billion dollars in cash that's reduction of one point five billion dollars in just three months means if they did it for two quarters, they compare Facebook's fine. Anyway, so largely this is down to having to repay some debt nine hundred twenty million dollars worth of bonds that came due. So the companies basically got. Got a cash flow problem. And so in addition, our we'll get onto where we're going me question. You look at me with intent to ask your question. I'm just wondering there's also a lot of other things around things. Go this image yesterday. Yeah. Well, there's a lot of people out there under the misapprehension that tests is in fact in electric vehicle maker, what is actually make its impact in news company generates. Not. News. It would be very easy for me to look at these numbers. And just report the headline number seven hundred two million dollar loss. And the fact is cash flow crunch. However, the company also came out with numbers with Gaza number vehicles that are produced number vehicles specs produce when exposed to come out with its trucks in the conference. Call with endless Elon Musk the founder of the company has said that he's going to go out and try to raise more cash from the markets. That's also extremely important information. In addition to that they've said that they're going to try and make all their cars. Self-driving give the keys to the robots in the course of the next twelve months that were put them. Well, well, well ahead of any other autonomous company. They boosted the range of model s cars that's gone by ten percent of three hundred seventy and that's before we even get into the most important thing that's outside of that. Which is the solar installation side of the business. Solar installations of thirty six percent in the first quarter of the year. That means that they're no longer the largest installer. These kinds of special soda panel Scott Reeves of houses. So so much news. The bad news gets dropped him. But also, another good news. Space to fifty five thousand pounds for put into seventeen model how much in dollars fifty thousand pounds along seventy six by one followed. It's like anyway. Yeah. Taipan fishing. You have to have to be co. I think it's a sunken for that company. Seventy one point one the. Bunny? Yeah. Thanks now. Let's go to shrink the thirties. There have intensified efforts to find hidden explosive devices following a series of suicide bombings which killed more than three hundred people on Easter Sunday. The country is struggling to understand how a group of young Muslim men could carry out such carnage. Islamic state group admitted responsibility for the one of the worst explosions was at a church in the eastern town of but law in which eight people were killed. BBC's brothers and Burson Trajan joins us now from Batticaloa. Thank you very much for joining us. What's the mood them person? People here in this eastern town of particular were very upset, and they're numb. They can understand. How such a carnage can happen in this small coastal city. Suicide bomber walked into Sunday morning. Children's gathering at this evangelical church here unexploded, killing and number of people, and you drive through the city will see a many banners for these young children from the age group up from four to twelve boys and girls of the parents have set of these banners. Paying respects the loved ones and at the same time, you know, that are like black and white ribbons fluttering all across this region. As a Mark of respect for these people. So people are still stand about an a wide is happening. And it's not far from here about ten kilometers. You have another town of cotton, and that's a Muslim dominated area and one of the masterminds of the attack as around me he comes from this town, but people there have a different kind of concerned. So I went to this. Photon return earlier. People in this town on shocked and stunned by what happened on Easter Sunday. When suspected suicide bombers killed hundreds of people that ringleader believed to be ashamed was born here in this town, we have been trying to find his house for several hours is neighbors that do scat identify house and people here do not want to talk about him. They are worried about the repercussions following the Easter Sunday bombings Mufamadi Brahim, Muslim Zubeir is the leader of the cotton town marks association. Do from our area has been linked to attacks is.
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"Whole. Told me to think about something next on the spigot. Of that. Would you say that back? I love you to death. Okay. On the largest lake in Florida is lake oca- Ciobea. That's another one here. Here's here. Get this. Miami installed the first Bank automated teller machines, especially for rollerbladers. I was thinking the drug dealers. Like eighties, the whole thing movie out, but chino and everything maybe because of them. Yeah. They needed money in the middle of the night. Whatever you think of all later rollerbladers, you think south beach or whatever. And then sometimes I don't pronounce these right? Here's another one Isla Morada is ended. I say that right is billed as the sport's fishing capital of the world. Well, have you ever been there? I've never been there. Well, I've been there several times and go to keep us several times a year because I've friends there, and you know, I what I did was did snorkeling and also Isla Morada the can swim the dolphins. It's fully inexpensive in and you know, you have this because this island between marathon and heavist. So you have very easy access to Mexico and a ocean beat out of like going difficult as so the. There's like easy access and snorkeling in Atlantic Ocean around Isla Morada is just breathtaking obsolete. Amazing. And I was there snorkeling once and the V into water even really early scare. I was freaking and I'm not enough of many things not that. I give you right. And I jump in the water, and and the like shortly like maybe six months before I was watching this movie. How they forgot the diver some are two divers somewhere in the middle of the water. They were like diving and this forgot about them. And they I don't know if you think it was a couple. There was true story. Yeah. So now this woman said go snorkel and she said she southern on the on the boat and just because the slow season. So it was only me another person and the, and you know, he into water away from the boat. And it's like, okay, if she thinks right now, just like in the movie number one and number two, you know, just like nobody's. Around on the U, nobody. So if two people there, and I was thinking, okay, if shark comes I got fifty percents being eaten because there's one more person next to me fifty fifty. So I, you know, it's like people fifteen people there's a lot more on a menu. So, you know, he think. I'm not the most one of the up sitting here. So nothing happens. But those things it goes through their mind when he's like seven o'clock any morning into water, and there's just absolutely quiet, nothing and woman sleeping in the boat. So you know, she doesn't even pay attention. If you live. Like your new start swimming, two miles away the Quran. Thank you away. And she goes like, oh, maybe David just back to the shore. But interesting to us to own older person of each bit. You know, had no experience in as snorkeling star observing. Gold is colorful fishes and those beautiful soundings right in the water. And now, I got called come here. Come here come here. Like, the, you know snorkel in mouth, and you can imagine to sound snorkeling mouth. And and, you know, just come here come here. Look at this look at this and right in from that person's face. I'm not gonna say female or male over never. It's just there was big fish discovery, look, right? And it was just like maybe two feet away and just just still into water. Like, no, what kind of fish and staring in the goggles of that person. And that person. Point fingers, look at this beautiful fish and swim away this baracuda. And they go after shiny objects, right then and they never Tagoloan. So they're more a good soul. My gosh. So you know, I just say just just him away from this didn't wanna scare that person. And you know, the luckily survived over thing. But it was really freaky feeling when you know. So just want to remind you go alum Morada, it's great experience, but big abode vers more of a meal on the boat. So you part the menu the only menu item be surrounded by many friends. Yes. Yes. Take all the friends you like to stay on the boat and Veith, no fun. And I really enjoyed it. Anything else? You know, just to tie this into divine, Naples dot com and everything when you come and visit Naples, these places are just a few hours away. Yes. And you may want to plan within your vacation, you know, hitting up one of these destinations. Everyone is fabulous. I mean, if you like to fish, I'd suggest going out to the world's most what number one fishing spot in the world that says Isla Morada, maybe you're into science, and you like, you know, spaceships and all that type what about Dali museum in Tampa or Clinton. What whatever that is. It's it's just so much Florida has to offer and we have to pay respect on the birthday. I'm glad he did that awesome. And I want to end with one fact all I'm hold on. I have fact in from me, I going to test you too. Okay. Right. So I just ended right now. Say that for all you sports. People Gatorade was named for the university of Florida Gators where the drink was first developed now, it's not true. No. The Gatorade is actually water. What they recycle into gator swim in it. Forget that. They found out. There's some special thinking of new drink at eight helps you take on your animal spirits spirit. I'm glad he took the polls ending two periods. Well, I have some questions about also related to Florida. I wanna test to you now. Okay. Uh-huh. So, you know, some buggy racing is only one place into all right? And we talk about it on Friday show and that places here in Naples, Florida. Yeah. And you will not see any swamp buggy racing anywhere else in the in the world. And we are glad we have somebody commending for us. Do you know what year they started believe it was seven years ago? Uh-huh. Uh-huh. I have to do mouth. That'd be come on. On. It's. What? Now, people have idea what the education, I know. I know I knew it's at the end of rattlesnake and call your no, you people know, you have idea Mets, you know, Mufamadi of skills are the greatest. That's why I'm here. It's nineteen nineteen there you go. Yeah. Teen age. It's a long time in my right? And none of interesting fact from Miami taupe, those to chew cities have interesting alls. I knew it was I don't I just know that Tammy is from that's to Miami. That's right. So there to names or sandwich together. I like saying well the way I have to admit actually, I never thought of that. But the debts. That's absolutely, right. Tom yami? It's Tampa on my thank you educated me. No. I have me you set the plate. Yeah. Well, that's all the food things coming eater plates. That's her two of us. Right. So those those cities are connected with one road in stomach trail also called the US forty one and it took thirteen years to complete right? Two hundred seventy five miles, right? And it took two point six million sticks of dynamite. And cold was. Ju point six millions sticks of dynamite about like, I think it was like three hundred twenty six thousand of them are lost. I don't know. You know, something is built like that. I mean to people takes the Homer, they do dynamite was probably in shortage in everybody's house. I think there was no shortage. And the cost was only aid to median dollars eight opening nineteen twenty eight amazing. This state has so much thinks tummy mutual ghost through the biggest Nacho park in the United States. You know, the most beautiful place where we talk about of Glades Cyprus. Cyprus and the talk about Indians and Thursdays. And you know, we just or Friday, and we just want to you know, bring to tension. Lot of different interesting things. So just wanted to mention that because it's connected to us as well. Not. If I is do, you know Marco island, you know, how many miles of the beach. They have Mark violence is it's it's I land, right? I have small island. Right. So give me the number. How many beach how many beach miles coastline? Yeah. We can beat yourself. I have no idea. So if used yourself like a whale. Yeah. You beat yourself. And that's it four miles for my four miles of the beach in Marco island. I'm surprised myself because this is really small island mostly residential buildings. You can walk from one end to another and you get eight miles on your own. You're crocs. Yeah. I don't think I'll be doing that. So none of interesting fact, and what I'm gonna rob. The is is a lot of people think Miami's stone crop Cup of the world. Right. Yeah. Do you agree with? No, why what do you think we have a lot of stone crab fisherman out here on this side and a gain Mattis? Correct. The Everglades city is this stone crop couple an Everglades city actually only have four hundred people living there. So just think about the maze. Yeah. Four hundred people and their cities called, you know, the couple city of stone crop. And now, this is interesting fact, you think home today and just let it sink right like the sink in different that you do too. But the let this sink in right? If this would happen to you this disastrous. So imagine they pull up the crops. They break their claws. Unday throw them back in the water. It's amazing that they can reproduce that. Right. Imagine. It's he mentioned, you know, you speaking when he's speaking you throw your hands all over all directions, you know, the coffees flying into sticky late. Yeah. Max so sometime I have the feeling like a good idea of to mega crop. And just take your hands off just that's Vate until the auto on gross. Yeah. And just about you get a little bit of peace in between. Yeah. Would be really interesting because you know, safety factors for me. For me, and for I don't need to burn up. Another computer. It's called public safety public safety soaking out for others. Yes. So that hopefully brought some interesting thinks into your day and also facts that you may didn't know and this out here and v bringing these values stuff to you ever single. And we want you to be part of it. If you think you have the qualities if you've write articles, and if you can do a live reporting for us, if you can take pictures, and if you good Crossman, or whatever you are go to your website divine Naples dot com for slash join and join our group of contributors. We will help you to be more visible, right? Yeah. Us to to promote Naples and share the rich history of this great city and county and southwest floor in general or document the life in most happy and healthy city because we have contributed ready. One of them are Bruce and. 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"mufamadi" Discussed on The Fundamentalists
"Yeah. I've heard that before. When I was first doing like counseling and. Whatever. And just getting in at therapy. There's that like thing where it's like will. You know, no one's really really happy. And you know, you walked people walk into therapy sessions kinda like having it all figured out, and I do that. 'cause I always walk into every situation. They can have it all figured out. And I remember people being like, no, there are people who actually they can remain in that. Yeah. That space who knows whether that's the best thing or but pay, you know, I'll take it probably. I mean like in terms of happiness, and I think in general the clever thing about someone like PASCAL. He was like seventeenth century French philosopher opposite genius into bedding had a camping addiction. Yeah. He did. Actually is right. Yeah. Knew he tossed ask out. The wagers. There's a dumb joke. Pasquale have them session with mathematics. And you're right. Well, I hate me for the joke. I made anyway. But he you know for him. He was one of the inventors of discovers of what can be called onto logical Tigana. Som. Which basically means that our core there is a type of lock or conflict. Right. That's within us. And really bring out bays religions of always try to either say that this Tigers. And this lock is in the luge to be disappeared. Or it's a real thing Haas to be filled. Wait, hold on said again, we so this he Pasquale called the goal cheap tool. That's why he described tool what a beautiful term. It is a very it's a very, it's a brilliant term, very inciteful term. It's better than it signs because people nights used by people to kind of convert there's a goal cheap tool, and you should accept Jesus say that. Oh, yeah. Turns you shouldn't say that. Gotcha. Beautiful term beautiful just explains a everything. He named something which is to be honest, one of the one of the big inventions of philosophy which is or the discoveries of philosophy which is an inherent kind of lock that we find Mufamadi and physics, and in human, subjectivity, etc. Etc. Fun, fun, fun funds. Good. That's a good one. Yeah. 'cause we wish you do will on that. Great. Definitely planned the podcast. But yeah. Get subjects always come up in the Missa, but surpass gal this lock your some people say it's in the luge in you have to just disappear or some people say it's reality have to fill it with something with God or money or fear or whatever. But the psychoanalytic notion is in a sense, you have to learn to love it to find a space within two Moog is that dot lock in a good way. So weirdly, the people here, Hoppy are not the ones you've got a fool nece in a wholeness and completeness, but the ones who are able to take the sting out of lock the what's called theology ticking the sting of death, right? The sting of lock you kind of enjoy the struggle on. So weirdly have to dark place you have to go into nihilism to get beyond that was Nietzsche's. Big one of his big insights that if you want to you want to get beyond nihilism, you have to you have to bring us up, and you have to you have to feel it tremor within your. Bottle. Well, there's a beautiful earache from the band Jimmy eat world. I knew one of the guys Jimmy world. Visit jimmy. Night. Here's the embarrassing because we've we've hung out a few times on he's a friend of robes friend of mine, and I I forget his name of told. Well, if you know Jim Adkins from Jimmy world, and you have your telling me right now, we're gonna have an argument after he's a really nice guy. But you knew this about me. I always forget the dude you watch the Super Bowl there in Rogers and had no idea he was lovely. Yeah. I was actually thinking because he said he was into sports. And I was like that's fine. But it's hard to make money out of that with his girlfriend at the time was an actress, and I was like Sander. Yeah, it's tough being an actress. Yeah. But it turns is he was actually quite success. Actually, quite successfully everyone will now knows who you're talking about. I definitely don't have any stand up. It's better. We they've a leering where the song called through. And he says the only way out is through..
"mufamadi" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"So they have it. There was my interview with David died. I really hope you enjoyed that one. And God much out of as I did. I found David an absolutely fascinating guest. I'll be perfectly honest with you. I was a little bit nervous before this conversation purely because David is clearly so bright. And so well read and this subject matter, not only does it fascinate me. But it's it's full demento important is fundamentally important to our job as a teacher our jobs for those who are as parents for anyone who interacts with with with children hose, just who's it genuinely interested in in how intelligent develops. What we can do to to help kids get clever. So it was one of those conversations that are really wanted to get right? And I and I'll reflect a little bit more about the impossibly some of the mistakes made in the interview a little bit later on in these takeaways, but first off just a few kind of practical things that have been pondering since spoke to David the first is an we come back to this every now and again on the podcast just out flipping art is to move schools and annoyed of people talk about this people always talk about the father's heart starting off as an end key tea or even a student teacher. But it's very hard. When you're in a stop light teacher, and you feel uncomfortable. And you've got you routines, and the kids know, you all this kind of stuff, and you move school, and every reputa- all the reputation, you built up everything that came before is just it just crumbles crumbles to the ground. Nobody knows who you are. And if like me you moved into quite a challenging school. It could be really really difficult. So what? Coun- we do to to help. Well, I was thinking hard about this. And this is something I've been looking to observe in in my own school of Las fuse. Whenever new teachers joined what really helps is if your teacher in a school. And a new member of staff comes in maybe comes into the mass department or your English department, or whatever it is. I think it can be really helpful to talk to the kids about not teacher. And I it sounds that stupid this, but just to drop their naming conversations like Mr. Birch Bayh a teacher joined the school at Lasca, please. And Mr. Burke's into forty oh, Mr Bush those or or just to be seen. It sounds pathetic would just seen out and about with teacher break or at lunchtime in the corridor or something like that. What that does? I think anyway, is it shows the kids that that teacher belongs that that the new teacher is part of the fabric that they've got allies that one of the teachers now once they see that particularly if if. The scene with a well established teacher, then it just helps integration a bit more as opposed to what I see sometimes. And I've been I've been the victim of this. Sometimes when you go in that, and you feel very isolated yourself, and you feel about isolated from the staff, but you're also then isolated from from the kids, and you feel about a loner a bit of an outsider, and it can just make that transition even more difficult than than inevitably is going to be anyway. So I guess my thing to take away from this is the case hard enough being that new teacher myself and having experienced that are really know it is so that if I now see a new teacher join our school or join on departments or something like that. Or even if their student teacher, schools direct or something like that. If I can not only make them feel poverty palm. But make explicit make visual. So all the all the students see them as part of the team that I think he can really help ease that transition. He can make them seem. An established member of the team in the student size, which is really important to ease that Trump saga transition. So I was one of the biggest one that I've taken away from both David's book, and our conversation was this on peer groups. Now, whenever you say peer groups have a big influence. I mean that that's pretty obvious. But the number fifty percents the p groups can count the fifty percent of differences in IQ that surprised me it was it was that high. And again, it got me thinking, what was the takeaway that we'll can individual teachers themselves do about this. Well, I guess the most important thing is that they can create a culture within their own classrooms where learning and success of things to be celebrated is a case of trying to create that as the social norm because once that social norms established that that that being successful asking questions not being fearful of making mistakes doing home. Homework being proud when you achieve things if that can be the social norm that's incredibly influential on on on students 'cause students just like don't want to want to be accepted won't do is quite hard to be to be seen as different you want to kinda follow the group. And if the group is following this particular positive path, then it can be kind of self fulfilling prophecy that things just get battered bathroom batter. But we've all been in classes where that's not the case. And I've certainly told any many classes where you've got kind of disruptive groups of students and now have in kind of listen to David in readies book and try to dig that deep Princess, I'm thinking that that that those kind of groups need to be picked up on quickly and separated to try and stop it being a self affiliate prophecy the other way where he kind of feed off each other students were I'm not doing any work. I'm messing around will neither Milo, blah, blah, blah, blah, and guess worse and worse and worse and worse. So I think. Kind of not been not kind of settling on a seats in plan. If it turns out that there's a couple of groups who is just not working for. I'm being quite proactive and moving things around and could be something practical that teaches can do and also on that same thing. These quite common practice in a lot of schools there. If there's a particularly disruptive child in a class say to disruptive kids in a class to move one of those kids into another class. I'm not gonna work. It can work will both ways really it can work if the social norm in the class at the child's be moved into is strong enough, and positively of the child actually then adheres to that social they they start to realize. Okay. This is the way things are in this class. Best thought changing my mind cause otherwise going to be an outcast. But I've also seen it work. The other way round whether character is strong in off and populate often influential enough that they changed the social norm themselves and things start going the wrong way. So it's. There's no easy answer to this. But it's really made me appreciate the power and importance and significance of peer groups on children's learning. And it's something that I'm just going to be on the lookout for. And there's no harm fuss rule with how best to deal with it. But I can't just let it subtly cont. Let these kind of negative pig groups on the one hand kind of makes situations worse for each other. And at the same time, I want to harness the power of the positive pig. Route relationships to translate these positive social norms. It's going to be best for everyone. And the third thing. I just wanted to talk about briefly was this this concept of powerful knowledge on a mentioned this in the podcast that I'm going to try and think how this applies to to Mufamadi my own subject. Now in his David explains. The powerful knowledge is I'm going to quote here that which provides reliable explanations and a sound basis for making judgments about the world beyond the narrow limits of experiences now as they. Authenticated and in his INSEE in the conversation and also in he's book, you can kind of see how it's going to be the case for subjects like English and history. There was some knowledge. That's this going to teach kids about the world around the beyond the limits of that classroom experience, but what he starting mathematics, and we have a little bit of disagreements on the kind of why you do things and so on and so forth. I've been thinking long and hard about this for me. And the co gotta my to this is not a definitive answer by any stretch immagination. But for me, powerful -nology mathematics is is all about connections. I think maths is bad for students and students have a negative impression of mathematics when it seen as low to disconnect. Two chunks, right? Will learn in this this week will infractions this week next week will learn in Pythagoras next week. We're learning those just load a separate things for me powerful. -nology math is seeing how all the different areas of mouths connect together. How fractions connected decimals? Connect to percentages when negative numbers come into play. How connected to everything? So Matty, no longer seen as isolated topics. Now, a really simple way to do. This is just to harness the power into leaving or as Anna Nicole's it into weaving. So always look for petunias east and bring these high value topics like fractions decimals percents, she is negative algebra into all the topics that we stood. So these kids are always seeing the link always seeing that the thing that they learned last year or three years ago five years ago, it's coming back again because it's all connected Massey's, one wonderful connected subject together. So that's one way to harness interweaving, not needs Cafo curriculum, plumbing, Catholic Catholic scheme of work ordering to make sure that there's opportunities for this interweaving and also kaffa plumbing to make sure that those opportunities are taking a vantage off the topics answer in isolation that wants to basics of the topic of taught then these other high. Volley topics are woven in there. But also this ways to make these connections, and and harnessed this powerful knowledge and in other ways, so I'm going to be reflecting on this in my interview with with Alex quickly, which I've already recorded, but I'm going to be releasing next. But one podcast, and I'm going to be talking there about a new thing. I do when I'm introducing a topic. A new way to help students make connections a million. This is a bit of a teaser because I want you to listen to that episode because again is is is one of my favorite conversations. But I think by making these connections by showing students where things fit into the big picture of mathematics is that of isolated topics. That's when the knowledge that we give kids become powerful. Again. Just just my view on that one. And knew the thing I thought about you can see Hyde lots think about all this conversation is this struggle and failure. I find it fascinating. That David says that this has been a bit of a kind of failure. A culture developing 'em in teaching. That's something that I've certainly felt enough. I've spoken about at numerous workshops that I've been looking to to be invited to speak out. And you've got to get the culture right of calls. It a culture of era within the classroom where kids all afraid to admit mistakes bought for me. There's a fine line. You don't want kids struggling too much. If if everything's a struggle if the permanently asked to be outside of that conference own if the permanently finding things difficult, then you need some strong character to be willing to keep assistant in the face of concent-, struggling constant failure. And so for me that struggle has to come alongside success. I think kids are only willing to struggle. This is just just my view only willing to struggle on only willing to kind of put up with failure. If firstly they've tasted success in the past. And Secondly, they think that struggling failure is going to lead to more success in the future. After. So they've got to experience success and have the viewpoint that they can experience success again in the future. And also just going back to what dog lamb of spo- as talks about with this culture of error. One thing I've started doing now is making sure actually script Soma interactions, and they sounds a bit ridiculous. But particularly when a child's made a mistake, and I want to actually use that mistake and share it with the rest of the class because I'm pretty sure that if we don't get this tackled now, it could be a problem that just grows and grows and grows. I've got to be really careful in my interactions. Both with that students who's made the mistake. I'm also with the with the whole class themselves. So with that student, I'm going to say to them, Jim. And if I just borrow your work and show it to the rest of the class. And if they say to me, I've made a mistake. I'm going to be honest. I'm gonna say, yeah, you off and I'm not going to say, but I'm so pleased. You've made a mistake sounds quite patronizing. And that's not true. I'm not pleased that they got it wrong. Wrong. That's the wrong message. What I'm pleased about is. That thou willing to allow me to use the mistake that they've made to help them out on the rest of the class out. Saw make sure script my interactions in that way. Thank you so much Josh for allowing me to to share the mistake you've made with everybody because I'll tell you why you made it in this instance. But I reckon there's at least four or five other people don't make same thing if we can get a soil down. Now, it's going to be to the benefit of everybody song, really careful in the language that I use an will change with different kids in different classes. But I think a lot of time gets spent less employing thinking about the resources we use the questions that we ask the examples. All those things a fundamentally important bull. Certainly one thing I've not spending time thinking about over the years is the language that I use. And that's something that I think is fundamentally important something I'm going to be reflected on and working hard wrong over the. Weeks months and years. Finally, finally, we returned to load theory. And he's one of those things it's been a recurring theme in this podcast. Then we've got kind of extreme views on this. She get Greg Ashman who's a massive cognitive load theory advocates and listen to my to tease with Greg. If you wanna hear more about that. And then also we had Dr Jala Williams on recently. He's not quite a Musset cognitive load theory advocates fascinating to hear different viewpoints on this book just to take the slightly different. Tune on. I started thinking about contemplate theory and other aspects of my life outside of education. So, and I mentioned that I'm currently do not NATO classes me, and my wife, and I'm experiencing extreme cognitive overload trying to figure out to change not peace and use bottles and all this kind of soften all things after a member about safe sleeping positions for babies and all this kind of stuff. But also I've been thinking about comedy of load theory in terms of my interview in tecnique. I need to get better. At interview quite annoyed with myself at a couple of points, in my view with David and three the key point of the interview is was was trying to figure out what influences I q, and I was fascinated to to try to get to the bottom of parental influence. This is P group influence, but if you listen back to it, I was tempted to flip and try and call this hour edited to maybe sound bit batter kind of bundle three or four questions into one. I asked David to reflect onto quotes than us then everything closely big question about how schools can harness the power of PA groups without I dig into what effect pig reaps. Have why parents have no effect beyond the certain age and all this kind of stuff. So it's all well and good using cognitive load theory when I'm teaching, but I need to start using it a bit more in terms of incident and stuff. So I'm making a pledge hero making this public. So you can listen out C is Lee stick to this. I'm gonna try an atom is my question. Atomised interview, I'm going to try and break questions down into into smaller kind of Aries. So that the personal interview and can focus on that one area before then build it up to the next and build it up to the next Bill tonight's, although is it's too much from the gas. It's too much for the listener and sold and so forth so annoyed about myself about but I'm going to turn into a positive. I'm going to try and loom from it. Anyway, I think off takeaways Fennell flipping sorry for banging on so much. There was the so much high to think about as older amaze me to do is offer a few. Thank you. So I thank you to podcast dot com for the lovely jazzy music throughout the show. I'm massive Funke's to David died out. Absolutely move talking to David his books wonderful strongly advise, you check it out to be a link to it in the show along with all the all the things we discussed about David big three as well. On the Massey. Thank you to you, the listener keep it on tuning into these podcasts. I'm trying to brunch outside of my comfort zone with with interview in English, teachers and primary school teachers and silence. Oh, fourth. I hope you enjoy these kind of episodes where we go a bit difference. And then of course, I have to bring it back in off some months teaches on gossamer absolutely fascinating guests lined up over the next few weeks. And if you joy these podcasts do me to favors that'd be amazing one leave a quick review or rating or wherever you get your podcast from. And it just helps more people find these shows. And Secondly, if you've got a colleague doesn't listen to this podcast. I mean, firstly what are you doing hanging around with them? Secondly, maybe to get them on board. Why don't suggest one of you favorite episodes? It. Maybe this one with David died maybe Dylan William and maybe Dr Helen Williams. It may be daisy Christodoulou could be Chris bowl to pick a favorite episode and recommend that they listen to it. It might just get them on board. Anyway, I'm gonna show sold. Now. Thanks so much for listening. You take care of yourselves of buying.