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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

07:55 min | Last month

"ngu a. r." Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

06:22 min | 7 months ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"Saw Beth Korea. It was announced earlier today that she will be retiring, but she's not official tired yet. Those, coming in from. Nation, Beth Korean not yet set retirement fights. Mercy Non Woo on. December fifth last month. Championships falling lost to Penn to panic announced at UFC on three July and while she acknowledged, the news is seems to be back for more according to a report from Ad. We're just confirmed by fighting the woman's talk contender. We'll be back for one more fights. One last fight with the Promotion Asha signed a deal to take part in her retirement fights in December five against non Ngu career, but Korea has gone to once fifteen million strict. Those kicked up for second knockout loss to run a Rossi aspirations. As a producer unanimity is coming up a loss to Mizuki annuity over a year ago bring her. Yeah. I've seen mark of one N to both better now are not doing all that well in terms of their status in the AFC but still go see both fighters. Man Stop L.. Hawaii shirt you so coming in from. The former contender Ricardo Lamas officially retiring from Yemeni. It's over for the third veteran Ricardo Lamas according to a recent interview. He's got a lot to be proud who's He goes to. Since my fight would just nights which was a few years back. Playing. Llamas media members emily following his win on August twenty nine I. Remember before that fights I told her life I was like if I have a good performance in this fight. I might just call it a career. But. The thing with sports is you have is you have a good performance. And you have a win and then another one. And then becomes like addiction and you just keep chasing those victories. So it's with night came after year with Michael about gets Mack's highway. One that saw both men's graph trading while blows and didn't either meant to take a step board following his Tko victory over tonight almost. Knockout loss his own at the hands of Josh Emmett. Draw gets against Massad protests just a few months later became the first and only set. Losses in riccar wellness career the thirty walk away from me with an overall record twenty eight having on fifteen eight in his last eleven bytes. Zuber properties with both the and UFC. So, what is next for car llamas officer now he's only thirty years old I can see him just do it for the contract I. Go to belt or make a whole lot of money. You can do that. I don't think we're of Llamas can compete at the highest level, but he can make as much money as you can. So that's really today. That's people. So it's not just. For. A lot of people are being really upset. At A. Is Fighting. That's forty video games in general Currently, Madden Madden. Twenty twenty one is considered the worst game of all time. Go by the metrics of metacritic. But it's coming in from our come after much outrage EA polls in endgame ads from EA UFC four but just as a reminder to the. So The boys coming out yeah. The boys season two I didn't get watching that. It's been a full on bashing season for Avid Vegan players in recent days just check out their views for Madden NFL Twenty One and B two twenty one I myself who was every single and B touquet game since NBA two K. Eight. The day of or three days of. Yeah, I'm actually not going to play in be. It's going to be released. So He's to no sermons for the Madden game and for embassy twenty one and also for. C. Four. They're probably going to be released released. For the PS five. That's The very high profile thing right now. So far what their views are for maddening one and. I know they're low. I know I, know they are. Four. Okay I read the reviews for all of them idea is okay. Yes, he Seemed like the same games. Yes. He three to twenty one send him as a twenty and twenty. He like the same game as manifold twenty. There's if there's much of a change happening in those games. And I, say these Games are going through a major development overhaul. And they're going to be released as better versions of themselves for the upcoming for Oakland Christmas time. To which there's GonNa be a new car. There'll be a new batch of Congress coming up and these Games will release their. So there really is no points playing these games in the modern systems or monitoring consoles right now because he played better, you can play a better version of it. There's wait. New Way, it's the equivalent of. Like the playstation two. So the petition to Was Still. Making Games. Only, back on two thousand, sixteen I think waylon his won't what is the last what? Was No autry the PS three or was the last ps three-game. As of Marsh Dan under the best selling again in how many gives your is the PS discontinued. Production. After eleven years. Look out three years ago. Okay. So twenty seventeen. Was the last time the playstation. Game was released. Twenty seventeen. The playstation for was released. Around two, thousand, fourteen, two, hundred, eighteen, thousand, fourteen. No. Twelve actually. As a license of the PS three lasted a couple of years after the PS four and there was still very bad games very toned down Britain's game you'd have. So you'd have an NBA Two K. sixteen available on the PS three and on the PS four, why would you play the version ain't good and the same logic applies for the PS five with two kids twenty one man in twenty one and yes before..

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

"Ratings. Then, what happened that all the people who around him the yell at that Father? Started blame this southern dog. This is not good one because he never told his son. Things. He's not good son. He's not good fodder. Than they start to complain. So there was a young couple. What what did the young couple? Tall to that father. Why don't you go to visit doctor? Maybe your son has some kind of mental problem. Go and visit some doctor and she. With Dr. What's going on with your son? Then that father. Voice Silent. Than afterward. But father did. He told you know Oldie VR coming from. Off Visit Doctor. When my fault when my son was very little. He had a terrible accident. After that accident. My wife, his mom died. Since yesterday. My son was blind. Less twelve thirty years. I was teaching to my son about sky about birds about weaker about people. Today's the very first do that. He sees averred. That's why he's asking thousands of thousand questions. I'm so sorry if you make any uncomfortable time. So. This is story telling US something really beautiful message. Because are always judging people. OPTED, judge. Be The pricing. I think that's why so many problems going on. This world right now. Three days ago, one of my told me Bundy I'm working in the hospital at docile. But people divided to the groups because of the racism because of the color matters. Then, I told this covid nineteen. told us to understand about humanity. I thing. Is still people are not understanding. Still people are not learning. I many people are not learning from this. What happened less, three or four months? So I'm kindly asked to asking you to think about this message. If you are want to jot some. Do but before judge think understand why. He's doing like this why he? Behaved like this why he'd risks like this? Also if you can just ask kindly and nicely. Then you can clear your mind. So, this is my message today. I think you'll learn something. To think try to apply to your day to day life, the new can develop. You can manage your thoughts. So now, the all monks going to. Bless and going to chant. If you if you want to. receive this blessings. Listening this chant kindly and nicely, also if you won't to with someone. Just, imagine the officers and. Send lobby kind. Dude in the loving kindness during the challenging time. Novel does Bugaboo Bottle Huddle Somboon Don's non Ngu does boggle battle. Some. Some burden! Don's normal does boggle. O'hara Hutto some. Some wooden. Baga on some awesome. CHARLEENA's. Bongino so Gatto. No thorough Orissa dom. -ties the the Manos..

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Time to circle back to some of the tech stocks that have melted down over the past couple of months case skyward solutions. Long a favorite us to be KS make radiofrequency chips and all sorts of devices but especially smartphones in late. January scour supported a true blowout quarter phenomenal guidance. I kept telling you. As one of the winners from the five G. wireless build out then. The Corona virus pandemic got going I in China were scoured says a major presents because the Chinese manufacturer phones then. The stock got hit. Even harder win. The virus spread all over the world. Wall Street realize five G. Cycle would be delayed as we head into recession about three weeks ago. Scott works lowered. Its forecast for the next quarter gives us a five to six percent revenue haircut and eight percent earn haircut. Now things get always get worse. Because after the today's rebound the stock is still down. Thirty two percent from the highs. So you've got a question. Is that an overreaction. Given the fact that some stocks thing a Boeing gigantically one. Just any good news. Let's take a closer look with. Liam Griffin is the presidency of skywards. Leashes get a better house. Companies handling difficult new era Mr Griffin. Welcome back to my money. Extreme great to talk with you today to Bellary couldn't talk in person but hey it's the state home world yes it sure is a stay at home world which brings me Emilio Sky Works. We've all been zooming. We've all been doing these kinds of collaborative work and I keep asking me. Well why would why we need five? G? I am seeing more herky-jerky super eight film like when I was a boy in nineteen sixty four and I gotta wonder when five G. where the zoom would actually look like real real photos. Not This craziest. We have now. Hundred percent agree and unite talked about the digital traffic jam for four years ago. That's fine. We talked about the networks being compressed and tax and digitally clogged. And we're seeing this today. I mean it's great that we're seeing the network interfaces in the data traffic and the ability to do what we're doing but we're nowhere near where we're headed. We've got a long way to go and five G. We've got incredible. Wi Fi technologies coming and I think this grown virus situation is very difficult. It is challenge. It's a big deal but I think the technologies that we're working on in our ecosystem with partners like horizon and infrastructure players and even the Chinese. We're all coming together to make this work. But it's a real indication of how necessary these applications are. The economy was funny. I was trying to figure out you were always telling me Jim. Five G. Five G. Five G. I now think I remember before we had high def. We never knew there are picture wasn't any good. We even watched. The Eagles beat the Patriots Right. And Sure Enough. What would happen is look terrific? And then suddenly we got hd and now we see the old days we're like. Is that what we were watching? It seems to me that the switch from that way to hd is not nearly as important as from what now we have to five G. Yeah that is it. The fact is as much as five. G. is going to be tremendous and it's gonNA bring it to an amazing architectural shift to our economy into our edouard markets in general. But it's still not here. It is here in certain areas. Jim The rollout has been somewhat delayed here to corona virus. But we're going to see a bigger uptick in the second half working with the marquee companies archly. Us China going into Europe. And we're seeing some great technology they're gonNA launch. It's just delayed right now. I think that's where we're going to see the quality the experience that bandwidth upside that we've been talking about and that will happen and been trying to figure out with this huge rally today. What really is staying power and the answer is something that has secular growth or a lot of stocks today whether they'd be minerals whether the oil stocks a lot of the stocks involved machinery. Those when they report will be what you had to do you pre-announce and we're going to try to figure out whether we should still own them. Yes maybe we get. Lucky me a Nike. Which did well but I think. Everyone's going to disappoint. So then you have to say who is just delayed and there's a promised land to me five. Gene may be unbelievable in the second half of this year and twenty twenty. One it's ineluctable. It's unstoppable. Most people do not have giant waves to surf on. I have to believe the five G. is not a six month phenomenal absolutely is not. This is a multi year thematic. Move and the interesting thing right now. Is that you know. People today are clamoring to get the technology. The issue that we have on the manifest demand weakness is really come about by supply shot. Joe It's the change in Asia and other parts of the world where folks couldn't go there factories in work and it creates a delay but we don't think it's perishable we think this five G. technologies absolutely going to launch and some of that the man that did not get executed at our Q. Q. Two will move forward into the back half of two thousand twenty and certainly into twenty twenty one so we see this as a pause. More than a complete deep dive in a weakening. We'll come back. But we're getting reports from Kevin Johnson. Ceo of starbucks where businesses almost entirely back to normal. We had some good news about Nike saying look China's really starting to do well. I have to believe if we were some of your factories inspire works in a non Ngu. Honnor maybe move on that we would see start. Starting to see many people come back to work. Yeah absolutely. Unfortunately for sky works We got a great team. We got seven thousand people deployed globally. They're doing a great job today but a lot of our stuff is here in the. Us We have gallium arsenide fabs in the West Coast. We have fads in Boston making this happen. The reason why that's important is it really short supply chain and it allows skywards. Do some things that are very different endure unique. We have a platform approach so we address Scott Five G. it's sky five platform. That can be very different for each customer configuration crafted. You can't do that if you don't own your own factory so in a world where the data's moving around and we see bits and bytes hardware at both ends at the transmit and the receive side is really critical so we're focusing on that and we think the opportunity is going to continue to grow now. We had verizon last week we know that allowed the Chinese phone companies are back in business. Where are we with cell phones? Is that just going to be a very big goalie? And you're going to have to take a lot of pain if you WANNA wait too when they come back you know what I think. I saw the Verizon Not Gentlemen on the C O on on your show and he's talking about a twenty percent outside data traffic Vodafone just just announced a fifty percent increase in data traffic. So if you look at how this works. The smartphone is kind of at that. Your quarterback veteran quarterback. They're doing a lot of the work but think about this. Iot space. Right machine to machine autonomous driving security all these interesting applications that really emerging through four G. Five G. and higher speed Wifi. It's creating a new experience and if we look at what we're doing with our with the young people today. The millennials three kids. They're all based timing here behind me right moral but in a way I think there's some real positive semantic changes that we can capitalize once we get through this challenge with corona virus. Why am absolutely certain it's guy works is maybe as we've been saying over and over again this single best way to invest in a law in this long term theme that's why. Liam I'm so glad to.

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on Probando probando

Probando probando

19:28 min | 1 year ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on Probando probando

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian

Latter-Day Lesbian

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian

"Of Mormons from non Ngu back to Missouri to show the gentiles that the correct path of God awed was to give all their earthly possession to the Christ latter ditsy on your way through the wildwoods. They came into a burial mound that archaeologists have identified as belonging to the Hopewell Nation of American tribes but archaeologists purchased wrong some of the brethren from science camp March went to the top of the mound and bounce some bones so they dug into the mound and about a foot down they found some more bones. Almost the whole skeleton with an arrowhead lodged in the teach. These bones seemed so very large with their expert. Nineteenth Century Farmers Armor Frontier Medical Forensic Education. The Mormons decided the person must have been over eight feet tall so they stole them and they cherry buffet bone with them for the rest of the Journey Bay showed Joseph Smith Chinyere. These boats chose revealed a revelation. The key said these bones belonged to a righteous lame night named self he self had been awake Layman Knight who had joined with the other whites and he was obedient to the neophyte. Prophet Onen Vegas which goes to show that Joseph Smith Junior was a true prophet of the Lord. You know that Fannie fact check. She's amazed balls she really is. I wonder sure though how she has been allowed as a woman in the church to research so much history Rossy history is directed me okay. Hey No I don't know she should probably watch yourself. I hope she doesn't raise her hand and explain that kind of thing. We'll have a target on. She'll get on a list so she should watch herself. Watch yourself sister she has.

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I think i was doing my longest as were nine mild as i had to nine mile days and i thought it was going to give out on me because they were heart a lot of stairs and a lot of steps the lot of up and down the other thing is quite often because this is a much smaller scale in it's not nearly as popular as the community santiago. It doesn't have the infrastructure that can support stuff like the camino does so. There's no they don't have that here. There's no places for forty people to stay in fact much. The time i think on those days that i did it there was only one day where i walked into the town that i finished at that day in st in that town the other days days either i stayed right outside town in someone the guest house owner came and picked me up and dropped me off again and so you arranged those all separately and independently penitently also you can yes but it's not going to be easy because you're also in a very rural part of japan where there isn't a lot of english what i i did was i used to company. That's pretty well known there for this height called oku japan and they do self guided itineraries and really their big benefit is they. They have the relationships with all these little guesthouse owners and so on and because even even if you tried to search and do it yourself. A lot of the websites aren't in english corrupt so it's hard to organize the lodging so i used them to really organize that lodging. They have a lot of expertise on the trail that the only only company. I think with office on the trail. I actually slept in the office one night. That was one of my lobbing. They're quite well known on the trail but they can help you with all that you can can't do it independently. I never want to discourage anyone from trying that. You're just going to have to spend more time with logistics. Will you're a fairly intrepid traveller you too so i would say that if sherry feels that you probably want to use the service i would use the service. She's a free to very little we first encountered saturday each other because she was listening to amateur traveler episodes while sick and a bus in morocco so not like she's not afraid of getting out there and go back and listen to the very first episode we did on solo so we travel as a woman is it sounds like then you're also then have more of a fixed itinerary. You don't have one of those days like you might in the camino that we're you say hey. I'm feeling pretty good. I think a little further no you can't once again. This is one of these times where it's very different in your absolutely right. You need to plan this out because these towns aren't big enough to house everyone and so you have to find alternatives and even that all fills up and eventually you're not gonna find lodging so that all needs to be at work nights before a plus. The villages in the community santiago are pretty consistently every five k. or five seven k. It's not the case here. It's not like you're walking through a ton of villages these routes the route is quite simple like you're gonna go from this town to town. There's no if you go on. It's another other nine miles and there's no way you're gonna do another nine miles on top of this because it's not a terrain that you can go that fast in its proper hiking. It's not a assed walking so you really do have to work it out ahead of time but i don't know i suppose is if you can camp. There may be some areas where you can't even that you'd have to plan out because as you can guess japan is not a country where you're allowed to be free wheeling wailing that much so i don't think that they're going to just allow you to camp anywhere set up camp anywhere like say norway or wherever so you'd probably still have to even organized that the camping but i didn't see anyone camping. I can tell you that okay and other differences. You're not gonna see as many people on the trail at all. I walked alone on and there were days where i may be encountered six other people ten the most. There were plenty of hours. I didn't see anyone so you are really immersed in the woods and that part. I really loved quite different than the camino in in all of those ways there's also no one serving camino camino meals and it's obviously more expensive to just because it's japan yeah it's japan because there's not albert and there's not pilgrim graham meals that are ten euro for four courses. Things are a bit more expensive in spendy on this trail but you can do it in five or six days so it's not crazy easy expensive impact. I wanna say the self guided stuff that i did was i thought it was quite reasonable japan but it is different than the camino in that sense okay well and i find that japan is not as expensive as people think in my experience that there are ways to do japan cheaper than i thought what it was going to be the first time i was there. I wouldn't be that much afraid of going to japan from a cost reason i would look into it you know and and price out things in such but as we would encourage courage to do for everything but i assume that's why you're listening now. What did you like better about this that when you as long as we're comparing to the keenum shorter beans it's available to more people it in their schedule which i like and certainly better for americans in that sense eight people who don't take time off one of the things that stands that to me. He is the lodging i mean i just found the lighting really really lovely. I stated a couple of ryokans so the old japanese style hotels and they're so precious. That's where you eat. The food is incredible and you sleep on mats and i loved all of that other things things that i probably liked was i did like the fact that it felt more secluded. It depends on what you what you're looking for near height there it definitely benefits to the casino where there's always people around and people for you to meet and so on but this felt more meditative to me especially among the trees. I remember being on the trail. A number of times cited stop every so often you hear the leaves blow through the trees or the a locus and it took me back to childhood. I grew up in the countryside so it felt more meditative and i loved that it was really special in in that sense and you ended up working with a monk oh yeah let's not skip over that that was really cool so one of the things that oku offers they suggest of course arrests day which is nice on this stays in certain places in hong ngu. I believe leap they have different cultural activities you can do if you want or you can hang out at the onset but i chose to do this walk with a monk. You can also do papermaking and stuff like that but they think are the only ones that offer this walking with a monk option. It's a yamabushi monk doc and these are the amongst that you find in these parts of their very different because they can't be just regular people. They don't live of the temple. They have their own families and live in their home. This one actually ran a business yet a little cafe in town prior to becoming the yamabushi she monk he was an adventure tour guide. Okay he does major kayaking basically they do all of their training training though in the mountains and they worship in the mountains so this is very heavy shinto idea of you find your spirituality among the trees and the name literally means one who prostrates himself on the mountain yes so he trained actually his name was katsumi and he trained for six years in the mountains in and around his home before he became the monk so they offer that you can do a hike with them and and learn more about their life and so on but it was really unusual because they can have a regular life when they train they have eighty k. trail that they train on and so on and then they stop it every o._g. Along the way and do chance and they have a conch shell that they low into do and that's how they communicate. That's in ancient times. At least that's how they communicated <unk> over the mountains so he demonstrated all of that for me so he did various chance. He explained a lot of the oji staff. He talked about the training that they did. We learned everything about about their outfit. It's really unique. They've got all these pompoms hanging off of them. And there's a little it looks like a little pillbox hat hat. They wear on their head but you know each piece has a meaning to them and it was really interesting. It's brought you even closer to the trail now that day with him. I walked another six miles around the town of hong ngu so it wasn't really arrested because it was a hard but it was definitely worth that it was a really cool add on that. I just wanted to learn more about it and what they do. It was really special so he could explain explain a lot of this stuff to to me that lots of times you know you pass by on the trail and you think i wonder what that's four so that part was really great. It was a lot about the oh jeez yes and kind of how they work and the idea of the purification every time you go to a temple or shrine if there's one that has a rope and a bell attached to that rope. There's a ritual that you go through to give. I guess honor and i think you're also supposed supposed to make a wish at that same time but you basically you ring the bell and that's to wake up the gods and you bow. I think twice you you clap twice or three times and then you bow again and you make your wish okay so if you see if you're in japan and you see people doing that that's also similar. I'm learning what they do at shinto temples learned but that's what they're doing. It's a process of making a wish the other thing that he pointed out the lightning being bolts made out of paper around all the time that is indicates basically that or you're going into an area with deities or with god's basically late so holy area so you see those all over normally at the little oh jeez and you see him certainly at the big shrines at the three shrines. That's some of the stuff that he he talked to us about his training. I mean how often do you go hiking with a monk. They can kick your butt on the trail. It was a hard hard day. Let's break here in here from a sponsor and that's my travel credit card dot com. I think it's clearly if.

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.

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Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?

"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Medicine right now is that only with my patient. I feeling my fashion, my performance, and and my profession all these things faith of the other things in life and alignment every moment. Spent is better spent. And I would love to help anybody. You went just on a phone conversation of all council. Fantastic. Well, again, folks, I wanna remind you that if you go to my website spunky old broad dot com. Send me any Anqing you'd like in other words on my contact page. You can let me know to me to interview a particular guest, are there particular issues that you're interested in are there. You know, subjects that you want me to cover that. We haven't covered at any questions. You have for me. I would be more than glad to to talk with you about them. If you wanna do a little consulting session with me on whatever subject, you're interested in I'm open to that as well. So you've had a lot of information thrown at you from non Ngu, and hopefully you will go to visit her she's in insa nita's, you can text her at her phone which is nine four nine two nine four one four nine zero. And you can you can also Email her at namo and AMU acu at mail dot com. Thank you so much for being with us today. Namo it has been a pleasure. Thank you Gail. It's my pleasure.

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Welcome to the SOB radio show where we have fun. Interesting. Guests and hop topics each week, we offer insights into music fashion, health, fitness and humor. Do you? Have the perfect guest for us to interview I want to know drop me a line in our Facebook page at spunky old broad one or reach out to me on our website at spunky, oh broad dot com. And now back to the show. Hi, everyone. This is doctor Gail Carson. And I am delighted to have you. Join me for the SOB radio show. I have a very interesting guest for you today. But before that, I just wanna make sure that you know, that you can have a conversation with me anytime, you would like if you want to get in touch with me, go to my website, spunky old brawd dot com. Fill out the contact sheet. Let me know if you want to talk about something in particular, you want to suggest a guest, you have a particular issue. You want us to discuss on air, whatever it is. I'd be happy to be in touch with you. Now, my guest today is someone who is very interesting because I think many of you may have used in acupunctures at some point. But my guest is now MU her name is now move, but her given name is Namrata Johnson car, and she is a licensed acupuncturist board-certified, both nationally and in the state of California. She was working. The biotechnology industry when a life changing health experience introduced her to acupuncture since then she left her biotechnology career behind acupuncture was pivotal and restoring her health naturally. The experience of acupuncture food therapy and lifestyle changes were transformative and inspired her to study acupuncture at Giannis medicine. She graduated from the Pacific college of oriental medicine in San Diego with her masters degree and recently completed her coursework for doctor of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Well, welcome non Ngu. It's great avenue with us today. How're you doing? I'm doing good Pancu gate wonderful. Well, I know you have a private practice and ends anita's. And I know that you are passionate about what you do. And you love to help people both in hell. And wellness and many other areas. And I think it's interesting your hobbies are not only traditional Chinese medicine has a passion, but gardening and nature hikes and Indian classical dad's beating jewelry and cooking, and you can't get more diverse than that. So we're gonna we're gonna talk about some of those things, but let's get started with finding out. What prompted you to want to share your story now. Yes. So. For the last nine years. I would say I had been hiding this story and had been made select two of whom I share my personal story vague eyewitness cancer survival. The reason why be launched this story before was the what Gasser itself used a scat everyone. Then what I say cancer. I received the look on their face, and it would be like a little bit scary. Oh, she had lied like workshop. I am met tutor recently last month in the I would say business a MAC networking workshop, and you shared the story, very volume gravely in front of people, and that really shift dead lot of people's attitude towards life, I fired on warms in in a positive way. And a heaven ask many times to share my story openly public, but I had a couple of reasons why I was always hesitant to share my story. The first reason as I mentioned was like the scared in fear in them about my health. And then the second was the sympathy I would receive from people because many what I will tell that. I had been sick all doing fine. Now, they would always go back to that moment where I was not real. And that I I did not like that sympathy unless the scattered feel about my health and other people I also I was born and raised in India intimate came to into six years ago to North America. So I still have law of family and friends in India. And when you're that far apart in the tons, and you hear like and Sunday gnosis is lot of scan. And that is a lot of questions in what he and I did not want to put them in the circle of Wadi in questions than I was maybe happy living my life Lee here enhance I did not share my story. But now I've seen after meeting view at also just capping omit, many people in last few months that they were all saying that I need to shed the story. Both finally. And. To hope to other people. So that people feel positive that. There is a chance it's not always of knitted your Wester being brought losses. It's not on this that fad, and you can you can how a non life in spite of five well, I want to jump in here on and say that in the beginning remember mine is a thirty one year journey. This is my fourth case of breast cancer, and it's a thirty one year journey. So the hearts time, I got the diagnosis. It was nineteen eighty-seven and people did not talk about cancer. Then if if you I agree with you at that time, if you said anything it was like a death sentence. However, I wanted to do something about that. So back then back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven I did a PSA a public service announcement where I told people that it was so important for. For them to go and get a mammogram because that was the way they would I find out other than self exams. And so but mammograms were so important, and I'm back in nineteen eighty seven they traced two hundred and fifty people who got mammograms because of that public service announcement because I had done that. I also never never ever joined a support group for some of the same reasons to just said, I didn't want people to feel sorry for me. I did not feel sorry for me. I need all of this alone. As a matter of fact, by doctors said to be after so many treatments and episodes, aren't you married? And of course, I was at the time. I was not widowed yet. And back, you know for all three of my other cancers. My husband was there. But he never came with me because I didn't need him to come with me. I was perfectly able to do this all on my own. And I was happier. Doing that way. So I get I get exactly what you were saying. I get the fact that people get nervous when you mentioned the word. I get the fact that you didn't want to have people feel sorry for you. And I get the fact that you know, it was especially coming from another culture. Name was

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"ngu a. r." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is Jordan filling in for Dan, six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty the subject in the first segment of nightside tonight is the NBA TA and public transportation in general. What can we do to make it better? And before we go to the calls. There's an article in the globe that I was just reading earlier today. Mayor Walsh on the subject of Uber and lift wants to raise the fees. I didn't realize that the city most places collect a fee on top of what you pay and they want to do this. I think the fee is currently twenty cents per ride. They want to do this. The mayor wants to do this to cut down on the amount of traffic the pile ups and the the pollution factor. So that's another area of transportation. If if is that going to make any difference are people less likely to take an Uber. If there's another even. Seventy five cents tacked onto the charge. I don't think so. But we're talking about NBA and other things six one seven two five four ten thirty. And let's go to Dan, our first caller on nightside. Dan, you're on WBZ. Boston's new station. Hi. Sixty three used to drive for the was Quincy garage is karma courtesy I drove normal speed which ninety high ninety seven. The speed aspect thing to call them. It's just each drivers soon as you pay. They take write off bad enough. Young people old people a fight like hell to catch balanced before. They sit down. Big fall. It could hurt the ribs sticking break something that can hit the nickel on the corner or something, and I'm telling you, I don't understand why these drivers driving the bus lacks, courtesy will I use it. They can't take out. The may. I ask you a question since you. You did drive. You're a veteran driver is do you think there's a there's a tendency to put pressure on drivers and ride and and controllers to to pick up the schedule. Make sure you get to where you're going faster. That's exactly what outside people say. No, no, no. You got plenty of time. There's always enough time in between lunch. Because I work between one thousand nine hundred eighty seven thousand I hope these big chief achieve bigshots. Listen, I had a league because we're medical had nothing to do with loved it. Loved drive in the us. But it's just you know, you know, I mean say not Shelvin you're eighty ninety percent speed aspect is fine. The other few things you one other aspect to seat and you'll get like a break triborough. Somebody hit the gas pedal too much of the break and keep jerk forward that makes you want to throw up. But the thing Jordan, always I listened to you a okay. Try to hold the balanced shut down. I don't know why these drivers can't comprehend. Well, there's another issue, and I started to talk in just a little bit. But it's not so funny all the time about passengers in the lack of civility on trains and buses, and the fact that somebody elderly or I'll even say it I stand up for a lady when there's a seat that I'm in and there's no seat for a lady, no matter who the lady is all giver mice or offer my seat, and they do the same thing chivalry as they say is long gone. But I think that's an interesting point you raised you know, the the. Yeah. Well, she might Terrence in the old World War Two generations. Non Ngu values from them. And I used to do like the Germantown I would get junior high kids really high school would be using bad choice words swearing I yell back. Hey, guys, cool, women and children. And I never had a problem with any of them. I mean after that if the driver doesn't speak up in the cool, it you're going to keep doing it and doing it. Women and children. I mean mother they don't want to hear that. But I mean, it's just I mean, you always cheat train isn't t- boss. Kelly drive is a speak up Shelby's. Boy, he's a young men at that age. Language. Dan before I let you go. Have you been to New York to see the Ralph kramden statue? That's the important question. No. But I do love the great. There is a statue to Ralph kramden. It's the greatest thing in the world. I think it's by Penn station. Dan. Thank you so much for calling have a great night take care. Well, as a former team driver talking about the speed at which some drivers, you know, accelerate too fast before people are even the seated that's his complaint. Let's go to John next. I don't exactly know where John is. But that doesn't matter John you're on WBZ's. Nightside. Hi, I have a question to ask. And I have a son that's in the wheelchair. Every single day. Right. And mostly like, I mean. If the took over. The do copies transit, and they really put they really wrote in the mornings what my son showing up early in the morning pickup times. And it's really have you made made this complaint known to the T people. Yes, I've been he's been them every single time. And it's been taken a while take to take the complaint. I mean, he's sitting on the phone almost good twenty minutes before he gets a supervisor. And you don't feel you're getting the satisfaction that you deserve. It. Sounds like. Yeah. Well, I was looking at the statistics. I think four percent of the of the NBA TA's business is the ride which obviously not a lot. But it's still a big chunk of people. So yeah. People should expect courteousness. And is it it's just that they're late or early? Or is it the attitude? My son has pick up ten minutes like seven thirty in the morning. Their service calls at seven ten in the morning like this morning with seven ten when they called and his pickup time was that the seven thirty. And then the private shows up like. I'm him and myopic singles while at the seven thirty. He has come up. Kokomo ain't gonna have to wait till seven thirty. And then they drive it goes back to the van and calls his dispatch. Then they call in. Get outside. Well, in many cases, people would be angry if someone's late you're saying he's too early in demanding your son come out. Yeah. I mean, these are things that you'd like to see worked up by Joe how long has it been going on like this? New company took over last year. Okay. Well, thanks for registering. That I mean again, I I'm just asking the question. What can we do to make things better? And you present an interesting case from your perspective preciado very much. John have a good day. All right. Thanks one. Never knows what is going to affect someone in. Everyone's situation is unique. So that's important to get these kinds of perspectives. But it certainly would welcome anyone who has a broad plan or an idea or anything rob was telling me during the break that you where was it Seattle is that we were many cities like Seattle have much newer systems and much newer equipment. And one thing that rub. And I were talking about is the fact that it's very quiet, and you're traveling on this this rail system, and it's not squeaky and loud and banging and all that kind of an that's a lot of it has to do with just the age of these cars and speaking of again, the boylston street station when you pull in makes that enormous screech. You can also see and and they're antiques now the old Aren JR. Subway cars from the thirties or forties. They still have there. I don't know if they are on display. Or it's just a reminder of the good old days or are. They just haven't jumped these things. But it's interesting, by the way, if you're old enough to remember tokens and dare I say even old enough to remember dime time, then we are in the same generation. Can you if you said to somebody today college kid from BU, guess what it used to cost a dime to do this? They would not believe you. All right. Let's go to Brian Brian's and Quincy you're on WBZ. Nightside Brian Jordan and for Dan. Hi, Jordan, welcome. You're on the ringcentral call in line. What's on your mind there, Bryan? Previous caller was talking about. Oh, yes. Yes. Yeah. Bus drivers are not allowed to stop. Yeah. He was saying that he retired in the early nineties. So you're saying there's a you work for the team. Okay. So what happens if you have a an incident or rowdy group? What do you do in that case you call central? They will. Well, I think that I think that kind of makes sense is that happened in your case on occasion. And and. A breaking up. You can you still hear me? I don't I don't by the way. I don't blame you one bit for not wanting to get involved, especially in two thousand nineteen you never know what somebody might be pulling. If you know what I mean? And it's it's dangerous for anybody. If you get involved like that, so. Well, what would you do? I'm sorry. Go ahead. Okay. What would you do as a as an employee, and I hope you heard me when I said, I think the employees do overall a fantastic job. What would you do though to make the system run better? Awful lot of. Hire different way higher by people. With qualified hiring. System. Yeah. And and in terms of equipment. I mean, you're a bus driver. You said, yeah. So the buses I think if not mistaken are more or less old than some of the subway cars, and some of the rail lines, am I right? Yes. You are. Okay. So you're probably satisfied with your equipment. But obviously they're going to be spending eight billion dollars in the next five to seven years. So where where should they put that money? Maybe they should put it into cell phones for you poor people in a bus driver. I'm just kidding Brian. We're going to hold you there because we're we're we've got a terrible connection. I'm so sorry. But yeah, obviously, the whole issue of of pay and benefits is is kind of locked in. But I'm talking about capital investment here. And what people are doing. Our lines are jumping from people who want to get on board before we go to the break and come back a couple of other individuals that you all know of the guy who takes two seats love this guy. And he's not a big guy. He sits between the two seats. So that you can't sit and neither one of those seats. I love that guy. Also known as the I'm not moving guy who can be seated or standing the I'm not moving guy, particularly on a subway or a train is the guy who's standing in front of the door when the door opens. Right. And he doesn't move when people want to get off Organon. He's just standing his ground. And train etiquette. And subway etiquette is used to be when the door opens at a station. Stop. You if you're on the platform have the right of way after people exit. So no words you wait for people to get off. And then you get on how many times does that happen. How many times is it happened? The other way that people are just rushing to get on barreling through and hip checking like they're at a Bruins game. All right. We'll take a very quick break. Eight twenty nine six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. How can we make the public transportation system any better with eight billion dollars? It shouldn't be too hard. But one never knows be right back..

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

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"ngu a. r." Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

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"ngu  a. r." Discussed on The Weekly Planet

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"ngu a. r." Discussed on The Weekly Planet

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