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Fresh update on "netherlands" discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:43 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "netherlands" discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Disinformation there, and for Russia this was kind of a dual opportunity undermining both you know Ukraine support in the Euro Atlantic community but also undermining European Union unity at the same time and what happened after that was quite a quite a sad story. So Ukraine of course is is not nearly as you know, well, endowed a some European countries it tried its best to push back on this disinformation as the referendum neared. But it was it was really difficult because Russia was coming at it from all sides. You know they use rt and sputnik the overt propaganda outlets to influence the discourse in the Netherlands and you can kind of track how some of these narratives jumped from. Rt. Sputnik to. FRINGY Dutch blogs, and then we're talked about in the mainstream Dutch media. They actually had fake Ukrainians going around to town halls in the Netherlands pretending to be from Ukraine seating disinformation about what was going on in Ukraine even though these people were either Russian or hadn't been to Ukraine and many many years, and in fact had been living in the Netherlands enjoying EU citizenship for all that time and in addition to that, they also put out some fake videos that claimed that Ukrainians would commit acts. Of. Violence in the Netherlands if the referendum were to fail and again Ukraine tried its best to mount like a positive PR campaign in response but it just could not get legs and in fact, one of my colleagues at the Foreign Ministry when I was serving as a fulbright kind of communications adviser there in two, thousand, sixteen in twenty seventeen told me that she thought that their agitation on behalf of Ukraine actually drove more people out to the referendum, which made it carry more weight in parliament and. Essentially. Got Them above the thirty percent threshold that was needed in order to make a referendum binding. Ukraine. Eventually found a diplomatic exit to all of this but yeah, it just goes to show that. You know sometimes we hear people say. Oh you know NATO or the E U or the United States and our democracy. We just need to convince people that we matter. We just need to convince people that there is a new narrative that they should buy into for all of this, but disinformation runs on very entrenched beliefs. In this case, the Dutch distrust of Ukraine and distrust of the European Union and that's something that's really hard to counter with just a good story and I think, Ukraine learned that the hard way. Okay. So that's a perfect transition to me reprising my favorite role is Debbie Downer. If If as thirty major, the sort of most optimistic and you think provides a good road map to solutions, which of the case studies that you look at sort of makes you the most peasant mistake as a comparative lesson and I guess maybe to try and raise it more positively what what's the best learning opportunity that we can gain from the case studies that you look at? Okay. So probably two different answers there are the most pessimistic I'm definitely most pessimistic that Poland right now. So I am partially Polish and every time I go to Poland usually I feel I feel some pride in how far Poland has come I. I totally nerd out about Polish politics and you know the role of the Solidarity Movement in in bringing down. Communism bla-bla-bla. Fortunately over the past several years since the Law Justice Party has been in power in Poland not only have we seen democratic backsliding but we've also seen a degradation of the information face and I didn't know when I was pitching this book around a planning my research that Poland was going to be such a great contra or not even contrast it's Almost as similar situation to what's going on in the United States and that really shocked me as I was doing the research for the book. So at brief primer on what's been going on with Lon Justice, they have you know taken over essentially the state run media in Poland that used to be a good and reliable public broadcaster and wild Poland understands the Russian threat. The Lawn Justice Party itself has used disinformation pretty extensively in order to sway election results and sway public opinion and so when you look at Bush national security policy, it's very clear that this information is the threat that Russia is a threat. But on the other hand, we have the ruling party using this information and tacitly endorsing it which should sound familiar to every. American listening right now, and so that is a scary conclusion for me. You know you can have the best policy on paper in the world but if you don't have recognition from the very top of government that this is a problem, you're not gonNA get anywhere fighting disinformation foreign or domestic, and frankly the vector doesn't matter to me. It's still threatening democracy. So WOMP, womp. that. Is that's Poland. Again could can I ask one question about Poland? Yes. I just I want to just sort of put on my advocate outfit for a moment. As, you say the the story of Poland recently has been the story of democratic backsliding with everything that lawn just has done to kind of erode the democratic foundations of the country in terms of the judiciary, the free press, all that sue how much Poland, a story about. You know the rise of authoritarianism and how much of it is a story about disinformation like how should we understand those two different factors? Yeah I think they kind of go hand in hand. I guess the point that I'm trying to make with the poll in chapter is that these democratic institutions and the health of of these democratic institutions is directly related to how big of an effect disinformation has in democracy and that's why I think if you look again not to bringing up our Nordic friends all the time but if you look at places like like Sweden. The trust in institutions there is is fairly high and that's plummeted in places like Poland over recent years. So yeah I think the fact that those democratic institutions aren't healthy. The fact that you know lawn justice has taken a hatchet to the free press in Poland unto protest rights onto the judiciary..

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Fresh update on "netherlands" discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

01:43 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "netherlands" discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"Bit too early for us fans to get hyped right now right Kazadi so we've never seen this export of talent to the big clubs in the world, but they're still young and they still haven't really proven with the national team yet I. If you now do remind me of a young Daniel Larusso. With that headband there. But It's a good question right i. mean, I almost feel like Gregg Berhalter should be totally happy right now because he's fans are so excited about his US men's national team and he hasn't had to coach any games. You know like this is easy I do think there's a bit of a such a negatively still post twenty eighteen f around you. Fans not all that like Gregg Berhalter is going to somehow like start a bunch of MLS guys instead of this core of like five guys twenty two and younger that the US has with big clubs who are regulars now in doing well in Europe and Gregg. BERHALTER is not GonNa do that guys and by the way give break Berhalter and Ernie Stewart a little credit for convincing Sergio best to play for the United States instead of the Netherlands and everybody US soccer including Tab Ramos people who had him desk involved from a young age to establish that relationship. But when you look at dust mckennie politic. Arena Tyler Adams. That's your core of five players twenty two and younger that are going to be the pillars for this. Teen not just for twenty two but for twenty six at home and you certainly hope it gets added to. And it could you know we're seeing Conrad if looked like he might have a role at Barcelona Josh, sergeant plays for a really poor t bad team at Vertebrae Mun. But like he's GonNa get opportunities there. And you know it's just exciting I think American fans shouldn't be apologizing for being excited when they see what's happening right now because we talked earlier about how the stigma for European soccer fans toward US players seems to be going away. Like, you ventas fans are in love with Weston mckennie after one game and it's just one game. But like it was a very promising situation where nobody really expected him to even start that game and then he goes ninety nearly scores and is all over the place. So I like this sense of optimism right now around the USA men's national team but yeah, certain point. World. Cup qualifying is going to start the first game I. Think might be in the same exact location in Trinidad where the US. went out last time. So let's let's see what they can do what they finally get on the field together. To me it seems as though the Premier League, especially here in the United States because my take is the primarily is America's soccer league. That's the one that his appointment television or appointment paywall stuff I. Think Americans just want to see the upper echelon playing with it being so accessible again, not to get on a paywall thing, I really have a hard time seeing how other leagues around the world can crack it. I know you had to take about Geo arena playing well, for Bruce, Doorman which is a big club and it being available on ESPN PLUS ESPN plus I think eight and a half million subscribers, but still on the time..

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Jake Shapiro goes to Apple Podcasts

podnews

02:54 min | Last week

Jake Shapiro goes to Apple Podcasts

"Pr Axe today, one of the cofounders. OPR ACHES JAKE shop joins apple podcasts as head of creative partnerships in any significant tire for the company. He's been working for radio public and Pod Fund where promised an announcement shortly about new leadership for those companies? Sirius XM has announced a new CEO and CFO James e Mayo will retire at the end of this year to be replaced by Jennifer see wits who's currently the president of sales marketing and operations Sean S Sullivan is appointed the new CFO D- David j freer is pursuing other opportunities effective immediately. Oh dear. The company owns Pandora Central Cast and stitcher. The twenty fifth annual Webby Awards opens for entries. The awards have added six new individual episodes categories for podcasts and three new categories for limited series and specials the publisher podcast awards also. Opens for entries open to publishers and media organizations worldwide in the Netherlands the podcast festival on this weekend publishes its full program par physical virtual. The virtual event has a session on editor that's me apple answers, Iowa's fourteen ipad fourteen, which will both be available today the apple podcasts at which is updated as part of the gets new features offering personalized suggestions in Australia podcast. One Australia to appointments Sam Cavanagh will look after entertainment and news content for the company while Jennifer Goncane will focus on specialised content podcast Stra is owned by broadcaster sea. Randall who co-founded Australian Company runny Area Code Joins A partnership automation business. He'll continue being chair of the company which represents one degree in the country and following campaigns like show the salary in other industries are pod jobs job board now asks for salary ranges when advertising new jobs in an attempt to help diversity tackle, pay gaps and inequality treat people fairly thank you Hannah Hedman for raising our awareness of the issued. We know an optional question isn't perfect, but we do hope to start. Pocano skews minimalism and personal development podcast. Optimal Living Daily has hit one hundred million downloads. The podcast narrates content from personal development experts Joshua Becker the minimalists and mark an angel Chernoff face and t shirt or two to celebrate. That's how easily we are and all things covered with Patrick Peterson and Brian McFadden is a new weekly podcast from CBS sports featuring future hall of Famer and a two time superbowl champion covering the unprecedented NFL season launches next week they didn't send a t shirt

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Dutch novel 'The Discomfort of Evening' wins the 2020 International Booker Prize

Marketplace

00:49 sec | Last week

Dutch novel 'The Discomfort of Evening' wins the 2020 International Booker Prize

"List for the Booker Prize for literature was announced today. NPR's Rose Friedman reports that prestigious British award goes to a work of fiction written in English. This year's winner is called The Discomfort of Evening in English. It's a debut novel by 29 year old Dutch writer Marieke Lucas Ryan felt the prizes youngest ever winner. It was a best seller in the Netherlands and was translated by Michelle Hutchison's Ryan Veld, who uses they and them pronouns, grew up in a Christian agricultural community in the Netherlands and still works on a farm. The novel is set on a dairy farm and follows a family spiraling into darkness after the death of a son. Fine build, has said that the book has caused some friction with family members. But in accepting the prize, said, quote I can say only that I am as proud as a cow with seven others. Rose Friedman, NPR NEWS NEW YORK The

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Dutch government unveils budget overshadowed by virus

Dennis Prager

00:17 sec | Last week

Dutch government unveils budget overshadowed by virus

"Plans to invest in protecting jobs and businesses during the Corona virus crisis, but is warning As it laid out. It's spending plans for the coming year that the Netherlands must brace for the harsh economic impact of the pandemic. The finance minister, calling it the greatest economic contractions since World War two.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

02:24 min | Last week

"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"But yeah, it's a know that because of That the royal family winning its independence for the Netherlands is how the whole world got orange carrots. That's just that's a cool little thing to have ya know for your country. You are worldwide. Now even if people don't know it. Yeah, even if people don't know it footprint exactly huge footprint man, cuz I guarantee you if I was to pull any off of American off the street, you know, where orange carrots come from they wouldn't they wouldn't know a thing Supermarket. Yeah, exactly the ground what do you mean guys? Like no, no, no, let me tell you something. I was also looking into strange laws or at least it's going to be strange compared to us, right cuz for you guys, were you born and raised in Netherlands? It's it's it's just the world you live in before me someone on the outside. It's going to be a very unique thing. They are everyone knows of Amsterdam. And the stuff you can do over there. I'm not going to get into that but there is a lot of stuff that yes, you can't do over there that probably some people think is legal. It's not I'm just going to say that right now. That's nothing like beer I don't do either of those anyway, so I'm not worried about that but one of the unique things and it says it's not really enforced but house share wage is illegal. Yes. Can you explain as to why cuz I'm reading three or more people is technically not allowed. Yes. It has to do both with safety package. So it depends on how big the house is and how many taxes you have all depends on if you own the house yes or no because the bank has a say in how many people can live in it and you cannot rent it out or share it with people that you asked money to share your house with so you can live obviously with your girlfriend or your boyfriend or your spouse and your children that regards you can share your house. There's actually the laws in place to prevent overcrowding and Back event you renting your house out.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:44 min | Last week

"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"In December celebrate on December 5th of our work if I recall right off but we as Americans we Coca-Cola changed it took inspiration from Santa Claus and his how we have today Santa Claus over here. So what is can you speak on a little bit about the origins and the difference is cuz I'm assuming, you know about Santa Clara no Santa Claus for this point right off the difference between Santa Claus and Santa Claus well originally and that's also where the discussion is over right now in the Netherlands, but originally I'm from Saint Nick. Yes, Nick was protection Saint and it had to do with slaves. And if you had been bad then they threatened to put you into a bag and if yep Been good. You would be rewarded. So it was a system to keep the slaves into place and make them do whatever you wanted to do. Basically, that's how it originally started. And that's also why same since our class is white and then yes, we call them black Petes. They are black obviously because those were slaves and that's also the discussion that's now going on break it racist but for us it has nothing to do anymore with slavery and racism is to tradition for children since the class is really a children fast facts about who's been naughty and who's been nice. So that's a very big parallel to Santa Claus. Yeah, and it's also the gifts that come into the bags and then that are presented from the bag and Since the class doesn't come to a chimney he comes through the door, but he takes a speech with him his helpers and they they they they may throw candy at the children. Okay, then presents. Yeah, and that's where it's originally from. So the differences are that he doesn't have a sleigh he writes a big white horse. Okay? Okay Thomas with a steamboat another flying sled really? Okay cool doesn't go through the chimney the door. All right. So, oh go ahead with children are being asked to put their shoe in front of the fireplace. So that's into class can put their gifts in the shoe and they also leave a carrot for his horse. I'm assuming that's how when America changed it into Santa Claus wear stockings and came from cuz you know, it's usually you hang stockings on the mantle of the fireplace off.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:54 min | Last week

"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"It and when you look at it There there are a lot of houses and buildings are still like original at least from I think our original they look old right? I do I read that a lot. Anything new is built, you know with a concrete foundation and steel poles and what not, but they're still doing the whole stilts and polls thing to this day with building stuff. So I gotta I gotta quit got off. I gotta wonder how you say when it floods or Portions of the Netherlands still sinking every now and then I would imagine know because we've build dikes and irrigation systems, you know, the Netherlands is a very small country and we should have more than Seventeen million people in it, which is a whole lot. So we needed to clear as much land as we could because otherwise people will be living on top of each other and we already took on top of each other with the high-rises of course, but yes, that's how initially the land got reclaimed from the ocean because we just we needed it and we are very good at engineering we have the most clever minds and they just the way to reclaim that land and we also work with what we call a slice and it's like a Watergate way we can open and close it whenever that needs and then we can regulate the level of the water in the entire Netherlands and that way we can make sure that the Netherlands doesn't slot again. So you have a Country-Wide system. That yes, that is I did not come across that that is wild I can see like City Citywide, you know system for that but a Countrywide country was off as well. You going to make sure about building on top of each other and how jam-packed it is compared to the size of it..

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"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:00 min | Last week

"netherlands" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Welcome everybody to Las ramblas. I have with me today Barbara from over in the Netherlands. Netherlands has a lot. So this was going to be a little bit different than usual. I'm not going to go through this that bought the other Barbers born and raised over in the Netherlands. So we're going mainly stick to what she already knows to help us give a better example in detailed description about some of the stuff. So Barbara real quick. Go ahead and let people know a little bit about yourself and what you do. Well, thank you. Will Jamie for having me on the show. I am both the transformation coach and an acupuncturist. I've warmed been born and raised in the Netherlands as you said, but I like to travel and work. So I'm more like a digital know Max and I help people who felt like they were weird or strange for most of their lives dog. Not only accept themselves, but also Embrace who they are become proud of who they are and then create a life for themselves that makes their heart.

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When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together

On The Ledge

05:09 min | Last week

When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together

"Board. What she calls a scandal means Mike Hans plant from baby plants dot com a company in the Netherlands which. Is Very popular for selling these very small young plants. So if you go on the website, you can see can buy an allocation Sabrina in a four centimeter diameter pot four about four and a half pounds and no wonder they are proving very popular for growers in Europe and the UK. She writes it arrived absolutely sodden looking bit limp. So I took it out of the pot to remove as much putting media as possible and reported on doing this I discovered is not actually one plump six stems tied together with an elastic band. There was some roots, but it'd a bit difficult to tell where they're coming from without separating the whole thing which I'm not keen on doing is this normal practice to Selah plant like this first of all a word about the name of this plant they own selling in this plant as Philodendron Scan Danes Mike. Cans now I think I mean I roy taxonomy as we all know is A. Bit of a minefield but. This is what I would call. Philodendron. Hetero. Mike Hans Eight trailing philodendron with these beautiful bruhns e velvety leaves, which is proper adorable unlovely. It was sold as a medium sized plant with the Drama Troupe of twelve centimeter height five centimeters. So not a tiny tiny baby plum Mrs rose to be a slightly bigger one and I contacted baby plants direct to ask about this issue. And this was their reply. We don't grow this plot ourself. So we have asked the grower, the blood is grown from cuttings they put them together with the support band to grow and make new routes. This plant is grown and sold in a pediatric nurse report that's quite a big pot for the plant. So that is why they use more cuttings to fill the pot so that. Is the deal we've got this plant sold as a medium plot, but in fact, it is a bunch of cuttings. The first thing to say about this is the practice among nurseries of packing, Paul with young plants or indeed cuttings to make it. Look more full is very, very, very widespread i. saw someone the other day with polycom Chow Doria elegance on twitter I. Think this might. Have, been in house our actually and they're wondering what to do because some of the lease looking really crispy and looking at the part you could just see there were so many young seedlings chuffed in this part together that they were just out competing one another. So the question is, is it fair to describe this plant as a medium plant when it's made up of cuttings? Well? It's a really widespread practice is very, very common I can see how lots of people new to the hobby would be very confused about this and wouldn't really understand the same happens with Swiss cheese plants, lots of baby seedlings in apart, and as a result, it looks like you've got a more mature plant that you have. Of course, with these kinds of plants you can't tell by looking at the foliage just how mature the plot is. The elastic bands interesting one again, this is certainly not unheard of come across many people who have. Taken their plots out of parts and discover that there's an elastic band in there. Is it how I want to receive a medium philodendron plant probably not I have to say I don't really want there to be an elastic band hin rather plant because although I'm probably going to spot it because I usually do look at the root ball lots of people are not going to spot that and as the reach grow on the stems grow. It's probably GONNA. Start restricting the plants growth and ideally there's cuttings shouldn't be all shoved in exactly the same spot in the pot. So that is something that concerns me. But as I, say, it's a fairly widespread practice. What would say carry is if you are unhappy with this unhappy with description and if anyone else out, there is in the same boat to go back to the supply and say, this is not acceptable. I am not happy with this because the only way that things are gonNA. Change is if supplies realize that customers are not happy with this way of doing things. So I think it's about trying to get our message across to the suppliers that they need to look. Again at the way they are packaging and putting their plants so that they will survive in the long-term because it's it's not very sustainable either to have a plot that is. Hobbled from the beginning and likely to die because it's been either shoved in apart with loads of its fellow cuttings or young plants all because it's got a band around it that could be restricting growth and causing problems in the interests of balance. I should say that I have also heard lots of good reports about baby plants, dot com, and a d like the. Way that they offer a chance for you to start off with a really spoil specimen of Aplomb, which you can then bring on as opposed to buying a really big specimen, which then might struggle a bit more auto data. Your situation

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Virus spiking in eastern Europe; Hungary drafts 'war plan'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Virus spiking in eastern Europe; Hungary drafts 'war plan'

"Some countries in Europe are dealing with the resurgence of cove in nineteen the Dutch public health institute says twelve hundred seventy people tested positive for coke in nineteen in the last twenty four hours that's the highest number since mid April it's the second time this week the Dutch daily infections have talked a thousand and a sign that the virus is making a resurgence in the Netherlands in Birmingham England's second largest city households are being urged to stop socializing the latest government data for Birmingham England shows the infection rate has doubled in the past week and the number of confirmed cases in the UK has spiked at over thirty five hundred the highest daily total since may seventeenth in Eastern Europe Hungary and the Czech Republic registered all time daily highs on Friday I'm Jennifer king

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Virus spiking in eastern Europe; Hungary drafts 'war plan'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Virus spiking in eastern Europe; Hungary drafts 'war plan'

"Some countries in Europe are dealing with the resurgence of cove in nineteen the Dutch public health institute says twelve hundred seventy people tested positive for coke in nineteen in the last twenty four hours that's the highest number since mid April it's the second time this week the Dutch daily infections have talked a thousand and a sign that the virus is making a resurgence in the Netherlands in Birmingham England's second largest city households are being urged to stop socializing the latest government data for Birmingham England shows the infection rate has doubled in the past week and the number of confirmed cases in the UK has spiked at over thirty five hundred the highest daily total since may seventeenth in Eastern Europe Hungary and the Czech Republic registered all time daily highs on Friday I'm Jennifer king

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Myanmar soldiers confess for first time to mass killings, rapings of Rohingya

Marketplace

04:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Myanmar soldiers confess for first time to mass killings, rapings of Rohingya

"First time members of Myanmar's military have openly confess to slaughtering members of the country's Rohingya Muslim minority to soldiers have admitted to killing dozens of civilians in 2017 and burying them in mass graves. The soldiers deserted the military and are now being held at the International Criminal Court in the Netherlands, one of the man private meal win, Tune said in his video confession. That his superiors told him to shoot all you see, and all you hear, including Children and Amy and get confusing. My general in his actions were part of a scorched earth campaign when Myanmar security forces for some 750,000 Rohingya from their homes into Bangladesh. Matthew Smith from the Thailand based Human Rights group. Fortify Rights has analyzed the video confessions. Matthew these air, really stunning toe Watch. What are the most explosive admissions? We here In these videos? Both of the soldiers in these phoned confession's admit to killing upwards of 180 civilians between the two of them. That's men, women and Children. Both of these soldiers were operational into different areas of northern Rick Kind state at the same time, and the fact that they both were given orders to Qilong Rohingya or exterminate all Rohingya. Essentially they were given orders to commit genocide in the fact that they were in two separate areas at the same time would indicate some coordination at the higher levels of the Myanmar army. There's also the issue of rape and sexual violence, You know, in one village called Jet Jochen, we knew there was a tremendous amount of rape and sexual violence committed by members of military against Rohingya. And one of these soldiers on an intern was operational in jet Yo pin while this rape was taking place, and he confesses to standing guard, while superior officers raped several running a women You've analyzes confessions. We can't independently verify their authentic. Why do you think they're credible? Essentially everything that these two men share in the testimonies can be corroborated or already has been corroborated by Our previous human rights documentation as well as the U. N fact finding mission and others and these two men appeared on the Bangladesh border presented themselves to Bangladesh authorities seeking protection confessing their crimes further. Yeah, That's also an interesting part of the story. How these confessions happen. They just appear together on the border at Bangladesh told their stories offered names and ranks of 19 of their superiors who say they gave the orders for war crimes. That seems like a really risky move on their part. So why did they do it? Do you know what motivated them? I want to believe that they were motivated by a desire for justice by desire for the truth and a desire for the BMR military to be held accountable for its actions. I think it's also noteworthy that both of these soldiers come from ethnic minority groups and for a very long time, we've know that some pretty at times brutal discrimination takes place within the ranks of the medium or military itself. I mean, I think of Aunt Song Suki, Myanmar's most public politician, She's artfully dodged the allegations of genocide. How can the Nobel Peace Prize laureate possibly walk away from this body of testimony? In many ways, her credibility internationally in shot. She has become a mouthpiece in many ways for the Myanmar military. She's doing the work of the military in denying that these atrocities had taken place. The Rohingya that you're in touch with Matthew how they reacted to these confession videos. Many people in the community are very hopeful. Right now. This is a moment that a lot of people for a very long time we're telling the writing of people this would never happen. A lot of people were dashing the hopes of the community saying, You know, The Hague is too far away from me, Amar. The military is immune from this type of accountability. And I think today a many Rohingya have expressed quite a lot of hope for justice and accountability. Think the people that I'm speaking with running in the camps and wrangle were in Yangon right now and elsewhere in various countries in the world? They know this isn't a silver bullet. They know this is not the answer, but they do recognize that this is a tremendous blow to Myanmar's denials.

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Rights group: Myanmar army deserters confirmed atrocities

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rights group: Myanmar army deserters confirmed atrocities

"The human rights group says two soldiers who deserted from Myanmar's army have testified on video they were instructed by commanding offices to shoot to kill in villages where minority working got a lift fortify rights says the two army privates fled the country last month and I believed to be in the custody of the international criminal court in the Netherlands which is examining the violence against the Rohingya the group says the two men separately claimed to be acting on orders from senior commanders to shoot all that you can see all the team here to kill for heating up in specific areas he says that the press has not seen the videos I was not able to independently corroborated the account I'm Charles the last month

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Did Paintings Portray Food More Realistically Than Instagram?

BrainStuff

03:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Did Paintings Portray Food More Realistically Than Instagram?

"The first ever see X. Thirty go to Mazda USA dot com slash Iheart, and don't forget to explore their strongest options. Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Vauban here. With through your instagram feed and what do you find and juicy burgers who's in with cheese massive steak slathered with Butter Deep Fried Candy Bars Atop Mountains of ice cream and is that gold leaf powering bloody Marys crown with Bacon and corn dogs and pizza and enough already who actually eats all this even during a global pandemic, these posts haven't gone away. They've just been supplemented with. Banana bread. Is Our obsession with hashtag crave worthy hashtag food porn Hashtag moms ever going to end. Well if history's any guide and it is not anytime soon. A study out of the Cornell Food and brand lab from two thousand sixteen found that at least since the sixteenth century. C, e Western painters have depicted food, love juries rare and indulgent than what people have the time actually from day to day. In a press release Co author Andrew Weiss Local said our love affair with visually appealing decadent or status foods is nothing new. It was already well established five hundred years ago. Narrowed down from an initial group of seven hundred and fifty paintings. The researchers focused on one hundred and forty western European and American paintings that depicted small family meals. The paintings span five hundred years and depicted a grand total of one hundred four different types of food. Focusing on a time of change in European and American cuisines allowed scientists to look at a context in which medieval dishes and cooking styles persisted but innovative techniques and newly traded ingredients from around the globe were becoming more well known as the drive for colonization introduced Europeans everything from cinnamon to tomatoes. To analyze the changes over the years, the researchers grouped paintings into three categories according to year of creation, the era of European exploration and colonization. That is fifteen hundred to sixteen, Fifty, the of enlightenment, sixteen, Fifty, one to eighteen fifty and the industrial slash post industrial era eighteen, fifty, one to two thousand. The researchers focused their examination because most paintings of feasts or banquets are perhaps obviously hard to square with what's historically known about how people really eight from day to day. Not, that wildly lavish banquets didn't happen by the fifteen hundreds decorating food with the aforementioned gold leaf was so passionate Italy the authorities in Padua suggested that in order to preserve the supply of cold, no more than two courses of any given feast should be gilded. But that wasn't a daily thing for most people. And just as nobody today is getting instagram famous with pictures of their microwave dinners or plates box pasta painters of your also avoided the humdrum of Hammer Porridge in fact, the most frequently eaten foods which included chicken eggs, cheese milk, and squash, or the most infrequently painted. And here are some other interesting takeaways from the study. Italian paintings depicted sausages at more than twice the rate of other countries. More than half of the paintings from the Netherlands contained lemons, which is a decidedly non-indigenous fruit imported from the tropics and shellfish were most commonly painted in countries with the smallest coastlines but its frequency of appearance dropped over time as shellfish became more prevalent in those

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Lawyer: Families of MH17 victims want reparation for damages

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lawyer: Families of MH17 victims want reparation for damages

"The chute shut down of a Malaysia shoot down that is of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner over the Ukraine from a missile fired by pro Russian rebels. The families of the victims are now suing for reparations. Respondent Vicky Bucker reports. A Dutch lawyer representing the family said a Russian disinformation has only compound did their grief more than 300. Relatives of those who died on MH 17 plan to seek unspecified damages from the four suspects in the attack. The three Russians and one Ukrainian are being tried for murder in the Netherlands. But all four remain at large, and only one has even sent a lawyer to the trial. Russia has repeatedly denied involvement. Despite evidence the missile wass trucked in from a Russian military base. Authorities

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Dutch masterpiece 'Two Laughing Boys' stolen for third time

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dutch masterpiece 'Two Laughing Boys' stolen for third time

"Morning. The two laughing boy's is gone again. Why does the same painting keep getting stolen? Dutch police say the painting by the 17 at the 17th century Dutch artist Franz Halls has been stolen from a provincial museum in the central Netherlands. It was the third time that this painting has been stolen. Police say the painting was taken in the early hours of Wednesday morning from a museum about 35 miles south of Amsterdam. This painting was also stolen in 1988, and in 2011 Franz Halls, painted it in 16 26. Experts say this painting is worth about $18 million W W J News time.

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Podcasts about Ireland

Feedback with EarBuds

02:39 min | Last month

Podcasts about Ireland

"This week's team comes to us from Kevin Dolan and it's called podcast. It's about Ireland here's why Kevin chose this theme he writes. A host of a podcast on Irish history I've been amazed with the interest around the world with our little island with that in mind I thought I'd share some of my favorite podcast episodes about the island of saints and scholars. Here are the episodes chosen by Kevin, for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the history of Ireland and the episode is called setting the scene. It's eleven minutes long. In this, the inaugural episode, the Party's players and movements bouncing around Ireland in the early nineteen hundreds are introduced. Next up the episode comes to us from the Irish. Passport podcast and is called who were the celts it's sixty nine minutes long. Celtic. Identity is politically powerful, but historically nebulous a subject of debate among historians and archaeologists while being a source of inspiration to some an irritation to others. In this episode Naomi and Tim Visit Celtic Music Festival in the Netherlands to explore why the concept has such. International. Appeal, Tim Explores the political use and abuse of the idea of the celts in debates about identity and nationalism in Scotland and Ireland. The. Next episode comes to us from Radio Lab and is called tweak the vote sixty six minutes long. In this episode democracy is on the ropes in the United States and abroad citizens of democracies are feeling increasingly alienated, disaffected and powerless. Some are even asking themselves a question that feels almost too dangerous to say out. Loud. Is Democracy fundamentally broken. Next up, the PODCAST is called mother folklore and the episode is called the Blue Blue Grass of Home Irish in Appalachia. It's forty minutes long. In this episode, Rebecca Welles a singer in Nashville tells the lads about her Appalachian Roots and the influence of Irish music on bluegrass and other musical traditions. The last episode of the week comes to us from the blind boy podcasts and is called the Goblin of strange uncertain times it sixty two minutes long. In this episode, a hot take on society's response to Corona virus through the Lens of Grief Psychology, a post Catholic view of Ireland's response. Those are the episodes chosen by Kevin for this week's theme podcasts about Ireland.

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Are Wolves Smarter Than Dogs?

BrainStuff

03:18 min | Last month

Are Wolves Smarter Than Dogs?

"I've known some dogs that are pretty smart I've also known some that worked. Bless him. But could wolves be smarter. Brain stuff. It's Christian Sager, my dogs, winchester and se blue they are real smart. So I was intrigued when I read a new study that said wolves are more intelligent in some ways than my dogs and all their canine friends whether you have a chocolate lab or a coon hound scientists believe that some modern dogs and wolves descended from a common ancestor between eleven thousand and thirty thousand years ago the new study which was published in the September twenty seventeen. Journal of scientific reports is by an international team of researchers at the wolf? Science Center. In Vienna Austria, they found domesticated dogs cannot make the connection between cause and effect wolves however, can they came to that conclusion by testing and comparing how the two species searched for food after giving them hints about where it was located researchers used fourteen dogs and twelve socialised wolves in their experiments. During the tests, the animals had to choose between two containers one with food. And one without the first thing researchers did was determined whether the animals could make sense of communicative clues by pointing and looking at the container with the food researchers. Next wanted to see how the dogs and wolves responded to behavioral cues the experimental pointed to the container with food, but did not make eye contact with the animals. Finely in the last experiment, the animals had to infer themselves which container had the hidden food using only causal clues like noises made. When the experimenters shook the container with the food both the wolves and the dogs did well on the communicative clue tests all found the hidden food both species however failed the behavioral cue portion without direct. I contact neither dog nor wolf could find the food during the last part of the test. However, only the wolves could make casual inferences as to where the food was located in other words the scientists said the wolves, not the pooches understood cause and effect. Study Author Michelle Lamp from the Netherlands reminded. US. However that the differences can be explained by the fact that wolves are more persistent to explore objects than. As, because dogs are conditioned to receive food from US whereas wolves have to find food themselves in nature. What shocked researchers was that the wolves were able to interpret direct eye to eye contact that understanding of communicative cues researchers said may have facilitated domestication. The study is unique also in that it used dogs that lived in both packs and with families, but the results of the dogs were independent of living conditions.

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Bulbs You Should Grow With Matt Mattus

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:21 min | Last month

Bulbs You Should Grow With Matt Mattus

"Before I placed my bulb order I called Matt Mattis author of mastering the art of flower gardening to see what he recommended. He's here today to showcase some of his favourite bulbs including the most lily leaf, beetle, resistant lilies, and also some of his favorite sources. So welcome Madam. So glad to talk to you today. Thank you. Margaret. I thrilled to be here. So before we get started Matt Should say we're going to have a book giveaway of your recent book with the transcript you're mastering the art of flower gardening. SO ON WAY TO GARDEN DOT COM people can enter to win the book and to just get started on the subject I kinda like to know if I'm not gonNA plan until October practically November why do I need to order bulbs now? That's a great question mark, and in fact, it's I think experienced gardeners are used to ordering bulbs now. I know when I was young and I'm a a Lifetime Gardener I. Wonder why I would get bald catalogs in. June. And July and older you get more you start to realize that type well, first of all time goes faster right. But also there are correct times to order bulbs and even though some bulbs like lilies the to be planted later. In October or November when they're delivered or shipped they need to be planted or I mean or early because they are. The, good ones sell out. and. Primarily, I'm talking about the specialty bulb growers I mean if you are in the Lily Society or a Lily Society or you exhibit lilies, you want the newest varieties. And there are three or four Louis nurseries in the United States. Canada that grow there on lillies in their own fields and breathe around and these are some of the newest and best crosses and hybrids available. And they'll in people know the good ones sell out early. So you order them early. So it's sort of like locking in your order early and then the third dug in. Late October and shipped in November I sometimes can barely get them in the ground before it freezes. You know, I think understating the Commercial Bob Trade helps that there's two ways to get lilies. You can order them from the Great Dutch Growers Eighth, Eighty percent of the world's Lisa grown in the Netherlands. But they're also grown globally. They're grown. You know that balance of the twenty percent a grown in Japan and France and Poland and Germany. So and in a lot of ground in the southern. Hemisphere New Zealand for the US market so they're grown offseason. So. Those are all great. There's no bad lily bowl but the there are extraordinary ones off it. You get a bigger bulb from a smaller nursery or a newer variety so those will sell out fast. Right and do you have a pet bird? Probably can hear the twenty heirloom Turkeys that just hatched in the kitchen here. Oh and there was no keeping them. So I apologize for the. I thought you had a pet canary or something that's hilarious. Okay. Good will say a lot of them. I. Apologize. Now it's so so the. And there are some things that are kind of perishable. Maybe we'll talk about those with some of the ones you recommend but. You WanNa get him really fresh so you don't want the last thing lying around for months either do you I mean Beth right? Yeah. Yeah. I'd be little Bob's in general or In Bulbs in general I'm including tubers and combs and Risa. GMS. But there are some that survived fine out of the ground for a while and there's some that don't I think we'll probably touch on that later but there's one thing I wanted to add that. This is this crazy twenty twenty year with Cova D- it's affecting the lily bulb industry especially the small growers I just received two e mails today from small growers at said, place your orders now because by September, we're probably going to shut down the site and switch over to spring twenty twenty, one orders. Okay you know because they're they're you know they don't buy from brokers the not buying for the big multiplying growers in the rest of the world out the basically have a field of Casablanca's when those are gone

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Danni Reches: Building Your Path In the Social Sciences

Papa Phd Podcast

05:39 min | Last month

Danni Reches: Building Your Path In the Social Sciences

"We're going to be talking about how you got to where you are today in academic terms. So we've talked about So you're in Haifa Center for German and European Studies. You're doing a PhD on policy and perceptions of immigrants from the Middle East in. Europe. how did you get before talking about exactly what you working on? How did you get to the PHD? How was the whole academic journey for you? It all comes down to a big coincidence adds to the honest I. Didn't really know what I was getting into. When I signed up for BBC or or applied for position actually see what happened is data. I moved to from the Netherlands when from. partially to be able to go from the humanities. Faculty which I had had my Ian Levin's. To Straits ahead, go into political science, which is in social sciences. Different faculty in unknowns wasn't able to do that. Unless. Would have done a year in between to get some more courses than every year the University of Haiphong. Because I have taken some classes earlier recent conflicts, which also political science they allowed me to state go into get him. So that's one of the reasons that I moved here that I started doing that M. A. N. as I loved to science. I love the small programs with just a few students so that I could really choose my own self aches that have tonight. So when I wrote my master's thesis. Supervisor said I'm not only in political science departments also a part of the sense of Germany abuse. Studies. And we are you, we opened up two positions for his suits with a scholarship. maybe you WANNA consider applying for us because my master's thesis was about the refugee crisis in Europe. So you're being center that was something interesting. So. I was like, well, you know I like what I'm doing I like the writing of first ongoing on the gap here in Salia and from there alright the application. Which I did from the Wifi at McDonald's. In, Australia was as a backpacker. I applied for the Specie position. After having spoken to. Supervisor Miami was over with. With that. Center. and. Then eventually I got the news was still in Australia that I've gotten that I got the position and that when I was be back in this is something I was starts. Would Abuse De was How much effort at time and? A lifestyle is just a position was not clear to me and I had to learn a lot along the way. I am very happy to be hosting bolts costs what to do with Dad's. Because I get to listen to others. To hear a how they've been dealing with things and I'm also happy like you said before I confess that on people who are just starting now you mentioned something that I found really interesting and I didn't do that. I didn't think it was something possible. I didn't. It didn't arise in my mind you talked about taking a gap year. I'd like to talk about that and. Yet to talk about how you took that decision, how easy was it to take it and how you organize to be able to go backpacking in Australia that how Atlantis? Well. It's always been something on my mind right Australia as child's. To seeking room for real. To See all these amazing places where there's desert big cities. At. But also the tropics and everything in between. was. Something that was always on my mind and I learn about this program way to go on a working holiday visa. which that people with my nationality? Is Fairly, easily apply just go online you a little bit of money and then within twenty four hours I got the email zero mine visa. To go to. For one year allowing you to work so that you could also finance your said there. and I knew that this was only possible until the age of certain. Now, not necessarily tell you how old I am now but I'm eating it. At some point you know before thirty, this is my goal in life is to make it to the and. This was the right time in my life because I just finished Ma I. Wasn't sure yet. What was GONNA do exactly with bats whether I was GONNA look for a job. He is railway move to or if I was GONNA find a job in Europe Netherlands or any other. Country which is an option. Or. Continue studying because I. got this idea for my. Evasive advisor, Ovadia about the Beastie. So this was a good time for me to go about and think about it in a different setting and my everything together for quite a while already. Also got really lucky as an Israeli to death that same visa that he at applies for from. Yeah it was really a dick out of the lottery. And then. You know. To go within so many months otherwise you will be valid anymore. So like Yoga we're doing.

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A look at cities seeing police budget cuts amid crime surges

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

07:28 min | Last month

A look at cities seeing police budget cuts amid crime surges

"It's a turbulent time fall, the anti police protests turned violent and a wave of shootings in many big cities. It's just painful. His horrible New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, we've been put through hell in the city. Everything fell apart simultaneously because the Corona virus there's about 400 more shootings this year in New York, compared to this time last year with atleast five people killed over the weekend, A number of gun arrests have been going up steadily over the last month. The NYPD is working more deeply with community members and leaders. They will turn this time. Other cities have also seen a spike in murders and shootings, including Chicago, which also had riots and looting. Alderman Raymond Lopez told Fox the fear is spreading. The anxiety is spreading, and we're seeing individuals who used to see the downtown areas like the crown jewel of our city. Now wanting to leave. Now, all that unrest has more people arming themselves. Gun sales soared 145% in June 135% last month, the firm's small arms analytics and forecasting foot sales of two million Meaning Americans have bought more firearms so far this year than all of 2019, and that makes sense to John Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center. And one night Portland had head over 69 11 calls that the police had ignored. He also has a book, gun control myths. How politicians the media and botched studies of twisted facts on gun control. You have across the country police being ordered to stand down. You have cuts and police budgets and place like New York. You've had the whole department inside the police department disbanded. You know, at the same time you look across the country and their jails and prisons, and they're releasing large number of prisoners in Los Angeles and San Francisco. You've had about 50% of inmates and jails being released. That's not uncommon. Those money Jails and prisons across country which have had between a third and half of their inmates being released. So it's not surprising that we have this concern for people's safety. We're not normal times will deal with the krone virus that you mentioned. There were already many cases where police departments were ordered not to respond to calls. And now, with riots and police being overwhelmed. That's gotten even worse. And the it's important that people do. The safest course of action is to be able to go and protect themselves and heavy a gun turns out to be the safest course of action, particularly for two groups of people, the most vulnerable people in our society. People who are relatively weaker physically women and the elderly on people who are most likely victims of violent crime. Overwhelmingly poor blacks who live in high crime, urban areas, a lot of these gun control laws, specifically poor minorities and even many times middle income minorities. From being able to go and get guns to protect themselves, And there's no reason why you should have that type of discriminatory lawn effect. When you're dealing with the rise in gun sails there. People have already said there are too many guns. I mean in Chicago. That's what has been talked about. There's too many illegal guns out on the streets, so adding more guns, which obviously are legal. How does that solve the problem, right. But the problem is that you have drug gangs and criminals with guns, not enough law abiding citizens with guns and the problem that you have to deal with with gun control laws as if they primarily disarm law abiding citizens relative to criminals. Look, the major source of illegal guns are drug dealers. Uh, drug dealers have lots of guns because they have very valuable property. It's not like a drug dealer. Khun, Go to the police and say Look, this other dealer Stoller drugs. Can you help us get them back? They have to go and set up their own little militaries in order Protect that property. You know, if you think, ah, you're going to be any more successful and getting criminals, stopping them from getting guns than you've been able to stop them from buying illegal drugs. You know good luck with that. But You know, I give you a simple example. Every place in the world that's banned either. All guns for all handguns has seen an increase in murders. But at the same time, John There are people who are from other countries because it shake their head at the number of mass shootings that we have in the United States. We have far more of these mass shooting events than another well what other mass shootings are similar to what we've had in the last 10 years in the US, I mean, France, for example, has a per capita rate of fatalities from mass public shootings. That's 50% 111% higher than the rate. States. They they have events like we had in Las Vegas or in these schools have people know about the New Zealand mosque shooting last year, But do you know that within less than 24 hours of that there was a big school shooting in Brazil, or there was a mass public shooting that occurred in the Netherlands thes things just don't get news coverage and when they do They're usually in the back of newspapers. Way recently completed a study where we looked at all the mass public shootings in the world. They using the FBI definition of mass public shootings were four more people are killed in a public place not involving some other type of crime, like robbery, or, you know a gang fight over drug turf to get it exactly the type of case that you were talking about, like the Las Vegas shooting and the Nine states made about 1% of the world's shooters. Um, even though we make up almost 5% of the world population, and many of these countries have extremely strict gun control ofthe France. ER has, um uh, you know, band semiautomatic guns here we are. Jonathan Democratic Convention this week, and gun control will certainly be an issue brought up. If Joe Biden war to win, and if Democrats were to control Congress, would you expect a renewed push for stronger gun control in 2021? I think the future of private ownership of guns is more steak now in this election that we've ever had in any past election if they get rid of the filibuster. If you have 50 votes in the Senate, a CZ well as Kamala Harris to go on, break a tie. You're going to be able to pass. You know anything they want to pass on. One can just read the Democratic platform draft to see how they're talking about everything from licensing of registration of guns to banning Large segments of semiautomatic guns to make it more costly in many other ways, for people to be alone guns to having lawsuits against gun makers and gun sellers whenever their guns are used in the commission of a crime or used improperly an accident.

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Algae Oil for Cooking?

Diet Science

05:17 min | Last month

Algae Oil for Cooking?

"McCaffrey. So D-, what's the topic for this week? The topic for this week is. Culinary algae oil what is it and is it a good oil to cook with? Wow that's a new one. Now G oil. Yeah. I actually. This was somewhat new to me as well. I heard about it from a client as I often hear about new things. end. So piqued my interest because of course, I know about algae oil supplements for like a basically a plant source of the omega three fatty acids that we typically find in fish oil. And these are very important types of fatty acids for our brain and our overall health, and so I was thinking, okay. I know about that type of algae oil. But how do you? How could you have an algae oil that you could cook with because you would never want to cook with algae oil that has these very fragile Omega three fats in it because they would just burn up and turn around. Yeah. So I had to really kind of look around and and see what this algae culinary is all about. So there's a company called thrive and that's the name of the brand of the oil. It's called thrive algae culinary oil. And it's owned by a company in in the Netherlands. And so it they don't get their algae from the ocean like like the companies that make algae oil supplements do that type of algae is like marine phytoplankton type of algae, very high in Omega three fatty acids. This algae oil actually comes from an algae that grows on the bark of a chestnut tree in Germany one that's where they originally got their algae from. Now, they make it in these big. like. Steel that's very similar to making your. Yes and in fact, I believe I read somewhere that the company actually is housed in an old PABST blue ribbon factory, and they actually used the same fermenting bats. so they take this algae from a chestnut tree in Germany that's the original source of it. But now what they do is they can grow it now in there that and so they have sort of like a sustainable replenishable supply of this algae. So and they ferment it in the VATS and so during the fermentation process. What happens is they kind of feed a little bit of sugar in to get that fermentation started, and then the fermentation process turns the carbohydrate portion of this. Into oils and so then once they have their final fermented product that is rich in oils that press the oil out of the algae. And this oil is different from. Well, it's different from any other kind of algae. And and it is somewhat bioengineered which which I read is that they do they do add certain things together to make it so that it has a high percentage of mono unsaturated fats in which is the type of fat that's an olive oil and avocado oil. Only this algae oil has a much higher percentage of monounsaturated fats than any other plant oil. It's got like ninety percent of it is monounsaturated versus olive oil which has about seventy six percent monounsaturated so. Is this for would you treat it like olive oil when you cook or you treat it like something that can take a little higher heat? Well, the this one claims that it's great for high heat cooking because it has a smoking point of four, hundred, eighty, five degrees, which is really high and you know olive oils doesn't go that high come and so you know. So basically they have they've they've done this they said they've they've crossed bread. And otherwise. Genetically. Modified. Aspects of this algae to give it a high monounsaturated fat content. And then they you know. So they end up with an oil that has this high amount of monounsaturated. Therefore, it has a high amount of and has a high smoke point and one of the reasons. That you know they they talked about this smoke point in an oil comes from something called free fatty acids within the oil, which most of the fats in our diet, and especially even in our oils are in the form of what we call it triglycerides, which is basically three fatty acids attached to a glycerine molecule, and that's called a triglycerides and that's how most of our fouts exist in our foods a free fatty acid. Attached to a glacier all it's just kind of floating around in there and when you have free fatty acids in your oil as you're cooking it, those fatty acids start evaporating before the other oil components as it heats up and then that's what creates like these little soot particles and then eventually smoke. So

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Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

04:58 min | Last month

Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent

"This is senior editor patron mccomb. Today I'm joined by Rob Watson digital brand manager. Hey. there. Kylie Jacques Design Editor. Hello. And producer. Jeff. Rose I. Well, it is a pleasure to see you all this morning. Thanks again for joining me. Pleasure. So I want to start off lending briefly Kylie someone commented on Itunes with regard to the podcast, and they said some very nice things many more about us. So you should definitely take a look at that. I want to encourage all of our listeners to please review the podcast it really helps us out both in terms to know that we're doing a good job and to help others find it. So if you do that for me, I would be super appreciative. That com that was dated on July twenty ninth but prior to that the most recent one was like the end of April. So. Get to. Work People. And thank you in advance I. Look At. Rob, what are you doing? What have I been doing? Well, you know. I. Keep talking about that Porch but kind of done with there's nothing new about. Other night other than last night i. just sat out there and enjoyed a glass of wine even though it's not completely done yet just sat there and watch the sunset. So drinking hooch on your new deck is the best thing ever. But actually the next project I'm not actually the next project because it's a big one is It's been so hot and Muggy lately that for years on and off have been like do do we want to pool problem is we're very particular about our garden and I would I would have wanted my daughter was little thrown up crappy pool in the backyard just to cool off but it doesn't fit into the. Landscape design apparently of our property. So So We've been totally disagree I went above ground. Pool absolutely. Fantastic. As. Long as I picked, the right would grain right? Well, I, I was going to get I was GONNA. Actually just plant some. Or Tall. Grass in front of it so that you know you can kind of hide it but the problem is I just don't have the space for that. So we've been talking about we've a narrow lot with a twenty foot setback from both sides and it's sixty feet wide. So that means we could just put something in the middle of our yard and there's not very many places to do that. We found this one garden bed that we're willing to take a chunk out of. And possibly dig in and put build a concrete soaking pool. So it's something that it's something that. Is Basically. Yeah. Basically, it's bigger than a hot TUB, but it's not something you can swim laps in. and. and. Probably. Even. Though seems kind of a bit labour-intensive thing. Probably do it with pouring slab in doing a block wall and plastering the block wall in doing stone coping in behind the why you think that sounds labor intensive. Well, actually I had. I had this great idea My. Daughter about how hard liens working on your property tactic. Even offered her a little bit more money than you're paying per hour. Maybe she could dig. Don't you dare? Rolling. So it would probably stick up about it would be right in the lawn. So probably stick up about sixteen inches out of the lawn with a stone top on it so that it would act like a garden benches well and Maybe That or not your own disaster at well, I've actually been just searching around for ideas on. Pinterest in elsewhere and phones mice examples have found some one example of some women in. The. Netherlands who built one by herself and his. All this cool stuff. All these cool details that she did is basically the same methods of construction and one of the coolest things was that Like well, this too small swim in this thing and those those jet pools you can swim in place or like thousands of dollars. While this woman bought thing, it's a it's a harness that you hook to some d rings in the corner of the pool and it doesn't same thing holds you back. Easy swam against this idea the harness. For A jet. You don't need a jet you swim in place to harness keep you from swimming forward You know I'll help dig thing if I can use it now on that. Okay. Sure to harness. Of wacky and honestly the Dickens give me really easy because. All the sand is going to be wheelbarrow downhill from the site and my my ground is all it's like a thirty. Patients one. GOING DOWNHILL My ground ground is all course sand. So a guy I dug a trench to my barn for conduct wants by hand and it was no big deal. Easy.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Drilled

Drilled

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Drilled

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"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"The human species. We're talking about the first known statues, a woman the famed Venus Villain, what was that gene twenty five thousand years old? Yeah, and it's really this little plump little. Orange, his tall yeah I call her the pillsbury dough girl. Yes, it's because all of her life giving features, breasts and butter on our fat exaggerated, just really the very most essential for tilleke symbol living at the mercy of nature, these people probably worshipped Mother Nature will fast forward about twenty thousand years, and what we find now they've lost a lot of weight in that time must have been the Paleo. Diet These figurines are skinny. They're just like little supermodel. This aquatic figurines from the islands the Greek islands. Yes, and no one knows what these were about were these fertility figures, or were they used in funerals. Were they good luck charms? Just prehistoric Barbie girls just dolls. No one knows okay, and then during the classical golden age of Greece You've got the sort of the iconic. These are the Milo winged victory, the classic Venus's on the one hand they portrayed realistic women here the Greeks were great at that, but on the other hand they had idealized faces, and perfectly balanced proportions for the Greeks seemed to capture. Capture, the perfect geometrical order that they saw in the cosmos, so kind of sort of a religious thing, and then when the Christian era comes these Venus's morph into Mary's. They become Mary's Venus. The earthly goddess of Love Suddenly Becomes Mary the symbol of Divine, love and you see these Mary's, these Madonna's everywhere. In fact, so many churches are even called Notre. Dumb Our lady, that's. So then the theme of women carries on through the renaissance. You got know Botticelli who did his Venus's. You've got Mona Lisa by Leonardo. Da Vinci not only were these women and Venus again. They captured this perfect balance and harmony that they saw in God's creation an even in the modern era. We See Picasso. has this fixation really on Venus and women are Venus's women. His guerin cut has a Mary, Ann a child in. It a modern type of PA TALL Gene it seems that images of women have been created since the beginning of time to celebrate their power, their beauty and their symbolism. Yeah, I think of France whose national symbol is a woman, a kind of woman known as Marianne. She symbolizes the French courage in the ongoing fight for freedom. You know you see Marianne on the facade of almost every city hall, see on the Arc de Triomphe right there in the middle of Paris images like these. Pack a punch whether as fierce revolutionaries or as gentle Madonna's or as goddesses or nymphs factory workers, it's clear that the women of art have always represented our greatest and most valued ideals Jean. It's been fun riffing on culture with you. It's a good reminder that a little art history can add a whole new dimension to your travels. Thanks a lot, always a pleasure. You can also hear gene and me discuss visiting. Madrid's massive produ. Art Museum Honor Spain, Program Number five ninety five. You'll find it in our travel with Rick Steves archives from February twenty twenty. It's Rick Steves DOT com. Slash radio. Travel with Rick Steves. It's pretty scared. Rick Steves Europe in Edmonds. Washington by Tim Tappin is a Kaplan Wilner and Caz Mahal. Our website is managed by Andrew Wakeling and American metal. We get promotional support from Sheila off. Our theme. Music is by Jerry Frank. You'll find more at Rick, Steves DOT com slash radio. Rick. Steves suspend a third of his adult life in Europe researching and writing guidebooks, Europe through the back door, teaches the skills of smart travel travel as a political act as meaning to the journey and Rick, Steves, bestselling country, city and pocket guide books cover every corner of Europe to learn more visit. The travel store at Rick Steves, Dot Com..

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"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

06:57 min | 3 months ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Arrived? The view of they'll Hambro from the right thing to meet Perfection Oh. Man. This is travel with Rick Steves were talking to the highlights end Lucia. Our phone number's eight, seven, seven, three, three, three, seven, four to five. We have an email from Martinez in Atlanta and Martina rights I feel so privileged spent ten days, and under the Sierra. Recently I hit the Big Three Granada Sylvia in Cordoba. I wanted to see a real. Real flamenco performance, so when at one of the Caves in Sacramento in Granada? It was touristy, but really fun I also saw performance at the Flamingo Museum and severe. That was very different, clearly more authentic. Can you speak about the differences which type of performances the real deal and is there such a thing Robert? There are definitely all kinds of flamenco performances in southern Spain because you have so much tourism, there's a lot. Lot of people who go, and of course it's synonymous with under Litho, so there are the more typical touristy places that often we'll try to apply you with drinks, and basically charge you high admission fees and keep you there for a long time, and the shows are of questionable quality. There's a lot of them on the main drag that really they just busloads of tourists come in there. You know there are lot that really. Really have a mission of keeping the culture alive flamenco culture, and when you find one of them, they're touristic, because it's the only way to be, but it really is genuine great at our where you're not staying at pasture bedtime. It's affordable and it's instructive and especially at the Flamenco Museum, because they are an educational facility and they want to teach you. What's going on with Flamenco and that the Flamenco Museum that Martina recommended. Severe and some of them you can pay a little extra for winkle can have a class. Or Hayden? We've been talking about the city's, but there's also the root of the Pueblos Blancos right. Tell us! What the root of the! the promise of Malacca. The north of the is the beginning. Let's say of the that rather Lanka's and it goes from that area tours west in the inland. And it goes one of the beautiful cities in the world, which is called Rhonda and first of all the root of the Pueblo spunk coast means in England route of the white villages, so these are the whitewashed villages is classic, little capping. In their white, because historically that's comes from the Muslim nation. We have for almost eight hundred years and They weren't many myths about events to keep away the spirits and delisted. Yes, to whitewash the because in winter it keeps the the housewarming side and cool in the summer so natural insulation or they still use that in the north of Africa and it's part of the coach of the south of Spain, so you talked about Rhonda? What are some experiences you might have if you go from Rhonda to into the villages of these mountains and well I mean the roads are so widely scenic that they're beautiful. Sunday you finally lake here and then just round one of Bennett's a hill with a customer on the very top, and that beautiful white towns, surrounding the castle and the blue-sky beautiful. Hara Sarah is one of those. Greg Lamotte, yeah and the nearby. Of course you have Herath, of course you guys all talked about the icons of Lucia. And get your Sherry Gerrad. With J. E.. R. S. At the Christian name of cherish, which is the Arabic old name of a CD? That's why the call Sherry because for English, speaking persons to say if he's really. Sherri Sherri. Sherri. Travel with Rick Steves. We've been talking with or Hey Rome on Robert Wright and Francisco Gloria about the wonders of Andalucia. Let's finish with a final thought Francisco. If you wanted to be. Temporary local and ended Lucia. What would you do? I would go for the balls to me. The bulk sometimes really like it will go to a bullfight, or if you think that could be a little bit too risque, go to both harm and learn from the Bulls in the land you can actually as a tourist go to a bowl farm, many both arms that can be visible, and it's perfect all right and Robert Wright. What would you do to feel the soul of ended Lucia I think anyone who really wants to feel what it's like to be. A local Anfield. Soul of under Lucia would be to come to Soviet during holy week. It may be a little bit more expensive. It may be a little bit more crowded, but that's the point you have to get into these festivals when you can, and honestly, when you stand there at the perfect corner, waiting on the procession to come by, and you hear it coming toward you, and then all of a sudden the flow turns around the corner, and you see those beautiful candles lit up. You Smell the incense, and then everybody gets perfectly quiet to give respect as the virgin passes ought to beautiful and. And then go on, and you see the next door and the next one and the next one. It's a whole week of that at beautiful hallway, but would be an experience that you wouldn't miss next time and Lucia, definitely to go to the southwest of those here and go to all outta thinner is the land of the Serano Ham Habu is the place, and that is a delicacy. Sorry, four anybody else. That makes the kind of Ham, but I have to be a defender of that. That is a real. I have to say it's record. Please allow me gastronomical orgasm to have one of those. Chunks of your hand and then just. Like Oh, this is unique, absolutely unique in it's one of the great experiences of Andalucia on the feel, Life Francisco or Hey Robert Gracie's. Have! Any travel WHO's visited? Europe's art museums is probably noticed that they tend to be filled with one very popular subject women here to talk with me about that as my friend and Co, author Jeanne, openshaw Eirik it gene, there sure are a lot of famous paintings and statues, featuring women women, standing women seated reclining on beds Queens Warriors Angels Goddesses Saints These works of. Of, art capture the many different timeless aspects of women there at some scholars have dubbed Venuses Here's one really famous example. Il No, let me paint a picture for you. It's a beautiful spring day on the Mediterranean suddenly. She appears it's Venus the goddess of love. She poses gracefully her body gently curving. I can the're Venus de Milo. No, this one has arms. The maiden rises from the Turquoise Sea. She's borne aloft on a seashell. The wind blows her hair billows like Shinto shower. She's the birth of Venus Botticelli exactly or as many tourists caller Venus. So botticelli's Venus. That's just one of many Venus's in the long history of art. In fact, it stretches way back to the very first objects ever created by.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Was started by Queen Margaret, and they select century, and then created as an abbey in the twelfth century, but it is the whole the official residence of the Queen when she comes to Scotland. So people to Queen in Balmoral, which is further north, but that is her own private residence. The Palace of Hollywood types is the queen's official residence, and you can generally tour that if You can tour of the Queen's not in residence on the also have a very good audio guide to go round two very important for the Holyrood Palace, and if you're not a royalist across the street is an impressive new building London gave you Scottish people the opportunity to build your own parliament building. We did highly controversial when Scotland was eventually given, the power increased devolution, actually have our own Scottish parliament the discussed at length where it was going to be situated, and eventually it was built on the site of an old broody and initially it. It was expected to cost sixty million pounds and actually ended up costing four hundred and forty million, so he kinda went over budget, and it's highly controversial if you visit Glasgow and you might hear of Charles Rennie Mackintosh so a lot of his immaturity as used in the parliament or Rick Morales was a Catalan tect who wanted it to grew out of the land, because it's such an iconic position that it sits in so you Scottish stone? Scottish would Scottish materials and use child Rennie, Mackintosh motifs, and it's a celebration of Scottish independent spirit. Pride completely made from Scottish materials, and it's open to the public and wonderful tours to get an insight into what's going on politically in Scotland Today Helen Houston Liz lister. Thank you so much for giving us a better understanding of your beautiful city at, but thank you, thank you. You'll find web.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Hi, I'm Rick Steves one of the few things certain about this corona virus pandemic is that this crisis will pass sooner or later it'll pass, and we'll be back to normal. And when that day comes, all of us will eagerly turn our pent up. Travel Dreams into smooth and bursting with fun reality. Let's continue to share. Our travel dreams together on travel with Rick Steves. Today on travel with Rick Steves are virtual travels. Bring us a millennials. Take on enjoying yourself in the Netherlands. Also stroll the sights on a guided walk around Edinburgh. Get a taste of that passionate atmosphere and end Lucia and go searching for Venus in the hour ahead. The. Netherlands seem to specialize in festivals. Fun Ways for the millennial generation to celebrate life to learn how we travelers of all ages can get it on the fun. We're joined in our studio by tour guide sisters, Yoda and Ruby Van Angles Dwarf who both happened to be millennials, Yoda and Ruby thanks for being here. For having us. You're actually twins. Ruby and Yoda and It's one of you older. Yes, maybe one minute older them a one minute older so Yoda. How do you to differ in your temperaments? Well I'm always told that Ruby, Nice. One Which is true? <hes> I am a little bit more direct assistance. Dutch people are think I'm <hes> a little bit more. Outspoken where we very patients and lovingly, and yeah, so you complement each other we do I think. Together the Dutch are famous for being direct. Yes, we are yeah. This is so fun to think about generational differences, and so on in America and what we call a baby boomer and you got in America people in their twenties and thirties or generate millennials do the Dutch <hes> look at generations in certain ways like that? Also? Yes, exactly the same we have baby. boomers are parents are a baby, boomers, and yeah, we're millennials, so millennials people in their twenties and thirties, gen-x people in their forties, baby boomers people in their fifties and sixties, baby boomers, being the most interesting and fun, loving and entertaining. Okay so tell me about the characteristics of millennials. In the Netherlands. Well, it's probably very similar. <hes> we are we millennials. Because we got handed everything to us right. We always learned where you're growing up. Everything is possible everything you wanted to do and instead of creating people who are very secure. What they WANNA do were all very insecure, and we're very well like I'm going to do and like every ten years. We changed jobs and <hes>. There's a lot of enterpreneurs so a lot of people who want to create their own little thing, but we're all sort of this known at were unhappy with everything because we can have everything we're unhappy. Little bit spoiled came easily old. Yes, and impatient. You want it now. Yes, and if you don't get it now, you'll go somewhere else. Yeah, we're own press. And we invented the burn out. Is! Still Alive and kicking. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Yoda angles store and her twin. WHO's one minute older? Ruby angles. Talking about millennials and when we think about having fun as tourists, we can learn a lot by having fun as millennials millennials love. It seems like in the Netherlands parties in vegetables. Yoda. What's what's an example of festival that a millennial looks forward to every year and Amsterdam? We Love, King's Day. That is one of our favorites. Once <hes>. It's not we do not have as many festivals in Amsterdam anymore more dough, so <hes> I'm stem because such a busy city <hes> day try to take people away from Amsterdam, so if you want to experience the holidays like King, stay or Liberation Day <hes>. It's better to go to one of the less bigger cities. Also. Just what what? What is it? You'd like to go to for one of these big. Go to Harlem, because the most I am from Harlem, so we always love Liberation Day that is in Harlem. It's known to have the biggest festival only ration- days that its fifth of May we got free from the Nazis and <hes> every year. We celebrate our freedom. It's just really fun with a lot of artists in music. Video of me. I remember the festival Yeah Amsterdam is getting so congested so touristy. I was there for a King's Day once and there's so many boats you could walk across the canal just from boat to boat. who was just solid votes in the canals, but people were certainly having a great time Ruby. Festival that you look forward to. What would it be every year? ooh I always look forward to the food festivals. There are many food festival also around to Amsterdam. And we have a shoeless that SURF SC fall in the neighborhood of Amsterdam <hes> where people go to, they have to take off their shoes and walk bare feet it. It's <hes> of course when festival Shula Festival. They have a lot of food everywhere. Fit of electro music seems okay. Let's me to one of these food festivals. Then okay. So, what kind of food would you be enjoying? You would be enjoying some Sushi macos, but also local foods like French fries. The real food festivals hundred stance. You can try a little bit of everything

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"netherlands" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"netherlands" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A stabbing in the Netherlands now I'm Brian Kelly came wax news time is two o'clock your full forecast coming up at two OO for and it does include a lot of rain the news is being brought to you by together credit union formerly American Eagle credit union their new name says it all together credit union Dutch police say multiple people have been injured in a stabbing incident in the Hague main shopping street that's all the information police there are releasing so far meanwhile Scotland Yard is calling today stabbing attack on the London Bridge a terrorist attack the B. B. C.'s Ben brown tells us to civilians were killed and the suspect was shot to death by police around London Bridge still very much in love down buildings have been evacuated London Bridge itself is of course closed all full of buses and coaches that with that at the time of the attack still at palm top completely MC police are a carrying out a huge investigation in the area and London police say the suspect was wearing a fake suicide vest adobe analytics says that online spending hit new records on thanksgiving day reaching four point two billion dollars that's a fourteen and a half percent increase from a year ago meanwhile CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman says in spite of experts and societies over the economic outlook in twenty twenty consumers are spending as much as ever forecasters say consumer confidence this year is high even though many people are predicting a recession and twenty twenty most consumers say they plan to spend at least as much as last year or maybe even more severe winter weather expected a slam parts of the country this holiday weekend weather experts say a snow storm in California we'll head east over the next few days meteorologist Jeff for a deli says the storm will travel from coast to coast kind of slides east on Sunday the snow will stretch from Minneapolis all the way across the Great Lakes to places like upstate New York maybe even New York City getting some snow and ice and rain mixed then it turns into a nor Easter on Monday and Tuesday and from New York to Boston or is likely to be accumulating snow just north of the major cities we could have one to two feet of snow so this is going to be a travel problem for at least the next four to five days or so and it can impact almost the entire country came watch news time is to to the Saint Louis area's mourning the death of long time civil rights leader James Buford Buford let the urban league of metropolitan St Louis from nineteen eighty five until twenty thirteen is being remembered by current urban league president Michael McMillan as a man who bridge the gap between black and white P. by building a very diverse board by working across the aisle whether it was a Democrat or Republican by working across socio economic different lines of bond and different lines of people's backgrounds in history and everything that they actually had they could have been different Millen says Buford who served on some two dozen boards throughout the region is irreplaceable.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Bardstown

Bardstown

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Bardstown

"For the five year anniversary of their murders earlier this year. The family released a statement five years been hiding. We feel loss of Kathy and Samantha. Day Town eases the pain but the land in our hearts with their patsy. Is We love you miss them. More than words can never describe whoever ended their lives should not be furry. Is there anything that you want. The public know about this case to keep their eyes out for or something like that. Sometimes if you're like in beatty they did horse but I just no matter how small of a if someone's got information on how small they think it is all able won't matter. You never know the smallest things sometimes break. The Bee's dams out there so come forward. Let us now I never heard and that's that's something we've constantly thrown out there to the public and we appreciate the public tale that we have gone through this people concern. We tell we can tell that from the calls. People want this solved and and that's It says a lot about the community over there. They're good people there and they deserve justice over there. Should they have any fear. I don't I wouldn't. I don't want to speculate of anything like that but no I I. I don't think that it's just it's a tragedy. I mean that's all you can say about it. I mean having three open cases on our part the the reason I ask is you know obviously there's been a lot of coverage of these cases. Do you think it's unusual to have so many in high profile cases in such a small area I don't really want to I don't really want to go on that lamb and say that it's disheartening and it's in our post district in so we want to we wanna solve them and concerning. I mean I it is concerning that. That's it's happened in one community and you have three the SP alone is marquis. It is concerning but people don't need to be scared. there's good people and they want it solved in any of these cases or four in all of them. Do you think it's someone local. That's living within the community. We're not ready that we one thing hanging in investigations. You don't WanNa pigeonhole yourself in trying to focus on one area in lose sight of the bigger picture he wanted to thank thank outside the box so we don't like to say that want to pigeonhole ourselves and just focus. Maybe this is the one area. We want to keep wide. I guess a wide angle that look at all possible options when it comes specs. Where are you at each case. Would you say well. I've been asked that before and and really the the only answer in the most refined answer I can give you is one step closer from yesterday. I mean we're just one one step closer. I do step in there and talk to these guys. He's detectives every so often and there's ever day they're just sitting back there and doing they are working on this case and that makes me feel good because it makes me feel like well. You know what one step closer or better off today than we were yesterday just as Jason Allison Ellis's case rumors swirl around the small town but who would kill a mother and daughter who were such pillars of their community and the way in which they were killed. Was it a personal national attack a cousin who lived maybe about fifty yards from their house about six weeks after it happened. There was a knock on the door and officers wanted to know if this vehicle had been there. They knocked on the door of the House across the street and ask asked why. There's a young man living in this house. Do you think he might be selling drugs or you think he might be responsible and illegal activities. It was like they were trying to look for a suspect ex- bright there I think if they were pudding suggestions you know in into the ears of the neighbors it's like they didn't have any evidence these three murders and no suspects but the deadly crimewave was far from over in Bardstown fifteen months after Kathy and Samantha Netherland were found found murdered inside their home and two years after Jason Ellis was ambushed on his way home a new tragedy would strike another Bardstown family this time unfortunate July weekend. If you have any information in the murders of Kathy Samantha Netherland call the Kentucky State Police at two seven. Oh seven six six five oh seventy next time on Bardstown. I know my daughter and yeah I know. She would never just up and left her family. She would or not left me and her daddy either say type of everything but unless what happened to you you know you get up with the morning goes with it. It's never never off your mind..

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"netherlands" Discussed on Bardstown

Bardstown

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Bardstown

"Like it's. It's sad you know it kind of gets lost in a lot of the coverage. I think a lot of that is because of the way the family has handled it in the family. You just wants to keep it private. I spoke to Kathy's sisters on the fifth anniversary history of it and they said that they grieve just as much as anyone else and they understand the way that other people these other families have handled their cases but in their situation and their situation is very different they they've handled it their way and that's kind of Trau- closer together an inward word rather than outward Scotty sharp members responding to the Netherland home that Spring Day just one month before the one year Iran Averse Serie of officer Jason Ellis murder just a few miles off the bluegrass parkway. He makes his way down. Stephen Foster Boulevard passing the church where Jason's Jason Funeral was held and layers upon layers of cornfields before arriving at the Netherlands home just across the street from beverage carry out did go to the scene but I mainly went and did interviews around the community I'm trying to the information is a detective on that particular. The case of course had the interviews some of the family members you know and I and during that time with those family members yes I got to learn a lot about Taffy and Samantha. You know what kind of people they were and they were good people and they highly of the community and so you know that was in my heart broke for for for their family was extremely difficult. Cathy was a teacher. They're in in Bardstown. That's actually how they got reported the someone to go check on. She didn't show up to work then that next morning warning and she's highly thought of the Henry she had recently lost her husband to fight with cancer and so they were still creating over that and it had been tough on a two girls and Kathy as well. you know fan during during that process of those interviews. Samantha was highly intelligent young lady. She was getting ready to go to prom I'm looking forward that she got her prom dress and everybody was her family was excited for four. Har- and so he was again at heartbreaking absolutely heartbreaking. The family has been pretty private over the years. We reached out to Holly Netherland Millions Cathy's older daughter but she declined to be interviewed but she did speak to the media briefly right after they were killed and now what to know why why would somebody go and attack my system. Why would somebody shoot my mother. They'd like to stay low key and and we were we respect that they were always in constant communication with him. Our detectives are so and they it's been really really supportive. KS Fee in this process and they are good people I can't sing much praised about him as much supported that they are. You know sometimes families in it's understandable well sometime if the case goes along and it's not solved you know they get their doubts. There's there's concerns some criticism awesome sometimes and they never been like that and they're just really nice good people of course are opposed to this is a tough time in. I mean they're still dealing with it. Every day. We kind of hit roadblocks with their case alive just because because family doesn't WanNa talk but also because not a lot of people seem to know much about the case. Is there anything more that you can kind of. Tell us you you know one of the toxin. The town that we've heard is it seemed really personal against Samantha. Is that something that you the foul again. It's still an ongoing this station in in when I say that it's done. I'm trying to throw roadblocks to you. It's there's there's things things that in all of these cases that we want to as we say keep close to the chest the reason why we do that is because we we get tips and leads every day and we had to follow up so we have to find out which ones are are legitimate tips and which ones are way out in left field if you know what I mean I think it's it's out there. It was brutal. You know the the he was a a bad scene. I I don't know how much other way I can say that I it was but I I'm not. We're not ready to say that you know it was a a personal or anything like that. You know that sometimes you hear that in cases. I don't think we want to go there yet. but it was bad you know it was a very gruesome saying oh there's been very little evidence made public public but the scene did hold one clue that police followed up on we were looking for a new model around twelve to thirteen fourteen eighteen model and power at the time black and pal and that was the reason why is because we had saw some some footage on some security cameras in the area and we felt like that car potentially heads someone that knew maybe it might seen something. Nyan area or mud actually been participated in the crown. We don't know but we were looking for employees compound. We look for long term but but they've never located that car or it's driver the police ask them that for. They told me that the police asked him night and they said they couldn't. They couldn't think of anything and it just vanished managed. I mean they had it from what I understand. They had images from different as you travel along Springfield road different businesses that have these yeah they have surveillance cameras as you head toward the Bluegrass Parkway but somewhere bluegrass parkway cards disappears and they're we're not able to find any evidence where it went. They just know it was headed towards Bluegrass Parkway mother daughter. I mean they weren't caught up in anything bad. They were you know actually do gooders in the community farce yes during the course of our investigation we have seen they're just upstanding citizens a student and a teacher just like your neighbor. Nothing would would pop out stand down now. was there anything taken from the home. I can't go into them in December two thousand thirteen less than six months before she and her daughter are brutally murdered inside their home. Kathy writes a peculiar post host on her facebook page per eldest daughter. Holly is home for winter break from moorhead State University. The Post reads earlier earlier this afternoon. We heard a noise. I thought one of our two cats had knocked over something. We didn't find anything disturbed so he thought it was nothing boy. Were we wrong a little while ago. Holly opens our front door to go outside to pick up the mail and finds both glass panels in our screen endorsed shattered. We have taken picks and have carefully removed loose pieces of glass and the glass frames. All of the shattered glass pieces have been and swept up off the front porch. Guess I'll be heading to. Lowe's tomorrow to find replacements crazy. Hell unexpected events happen and there's been speculation that it's possible that the other daughter had some involve men will again. That's something I couldn't talk about unfortunately in every type of investigation like this we look at everybody's a suspect to certain extent. I don't we don't name suspects aches to we actually have one but you know we don't rule anything out but I can say that the the older daughter has been co-operatively positively an investigation and has talked to us in spoken to US and keeps in touch with us at all times. I know that there's rumors going around but we can't stop author Rumors Jessica. I try calling Stacey Hibbard Kathy Netherlands sister. Sorry your call cannot be completed. John Please check the number and again that is so not the norm all and that's the only number that we have on file while so she's never been really open and sharing phone numbers and contact information and this could have been her number before all all the media started trying to contact her about everything and she's just had a change to protect your privacy and stay under the radar.

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"netherlands" Discussed on Bardstown

Bardstown

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"netherlands" Discussed on Bardstown

"Contains graphic subject matter and has meant for mature listeners. Only you can see why someone might have some sort of to go after a police officer but who goes after a a high performing student less than a year after thirty-three-year-old Jason Ellis's gunned down in the early morning hours just off the bluegrass parkway a brutal the violent crime rocks the community again just outside of the Bardstown city limits forty eight year old. Kathy Netherland doesn't show up for work. She's a special education teacher at Bardstown elementary and the mother of two daughters. Her teenage daughter is also absent from school. Neither mother other or daughter could be painted as you know doing sketchy things in hanging out with the wrong people the mother was very respected very very well liked by her students. Kathy's father goes to check on her. What he discovers is a scene of horror. I think I read in the report says Oh the daughter Skull was smashed in. Maybe there was something emotional in there that would cause a person to be more violent more brutal but I think it was sending some sort of a statement and the fact that they died so gruesomely the fact that that kind of thing could happen right here in this area. It shocked a lot of people I hope no other family ever has to stand outside their loved ones how knowing that their sister fister and their needs are lying dead inside just steps away but completely unreachable. I'm Shay mcallister allaster this his bardstown not a lot of details have been given out about the Netherlands murder case over the years and no one seems to know a law so shea were and Bardstown and I covered the Jason Ellis KS this pretty extensively back in two thousand thirteen. Can you kind of catch me up like where things have gone and what's happened. Since since Jason was ambushed yeah definitely so of course the Netherlands family was murdered violently eighty one year later April two thousand fourteen and that was a mother daughter mother and daughter and mother was so well known she was a widow she had another daughter she lost her husband years earlier and she was a teacher at a local school and everybody just loved her so that was devastating into the community and the death was so violent it was. I mean stabbed multiple times. There's a lot of parts of that there. They were hard for people to listen to an in their home own home in their own home and it was there there is it wasn't burglarize. There's nothing missing. If I understand yeah I mean it's been tricky because it is one of so many unsolved cases of course they can't point the finger at exactly actly. Who did it but there are strange things about it like that that they didn't think it was a robbery? They thought it would be personal someone new on which was hard to hear to two. Why would someone go in there and kill this woman who was so loved in this community and her daughter so that one was it was hard. One Year Rafter Jason Alice Blogger Richard Caldwell lives in the next town over and thinks whoever killed the mother and daughter didn't know them but it was someone one sending a message these are his personal theories and not from the official investigation but as with all of the cases in Bardstown Richards theories series paint a bigger picture town looking for answers where there are none. The official story was that it was a random act that someone just burst burst into their home and murdered this woman and her daughter while not stealing anything their purses were still there untouched no valuables. The money was still there. Nothing was taken from the scene. I think that either the mother or the daughter just happened to be at the wrong wrong place at the wrong time and it followed them home. There's no way to prove that though and even with all the official investigations into what happens happens you know no motives established because there's never been any actual suspects charged in their murders. I think it was someone maybe miss misusing or abusing whatever power they had in the moment to guarantee that you know whatever they saw or a her wouldn't be shared with others. What we do know is that forty eight year old Kathy Netherland and her sixteen year old daughter Samantha were tortured and murdered inside their modest home on April twenty first two thousand fourteen Cathy was shot several times and Samantha was stabbed opt unbeaten on her head. Both of their necks were slashed. early on police say they aren't ruling this out as a personal attack doc and the Kentucky Standard reported that much of the killers attention seemed to be aimed towards Samantha Trooper Scott Sharp with the Kentucky State Police interviewed neighbors. Where's that day and learn who Kathy and Samantha were but not much else that spring morning he drives highway one fifty to their White House topped with the the metal roof just outside the Bardstown city limits in Butlin with The Netherlands. You said you did a lot of interviews in the neighborhood. What was the consensus of of some of those folks everybody we talked to in in those areas this if they didn't if they did know Kathy and Somme that they you know just talk so holly. How good a people they are? it goes back to your earlier question and just what kind of people that were. They were good people very good people. No one saw anything not knowing that would still be part of the miss gave him Kathy was a special education teacher at Bardstown town elementary a photo of her on facebook with another teacher. At school shows the light-hearted side of the mother of two the Brunette holds up a peace sign with her fingers nails painted bright green while wearing a green shirt adorned with shamrock pens a green sequined bow tie several layers of colorful beads around her neck and a tiny green feathered cap on her head. It's Saint Patrick's Day. Samantha was a sophomore at Bardstown high school. In fact she had just about her prom dress. It's strapless in navy blue with sequence wrapped around the waist and ruffles strip just across her knees. The strawberry blonde eighteen smiles posing snapshot in her new dress she was in the school choir on the academic team and the High Schools Young Leaders Program mm-hmm she had also just been accepted into the Garden Academy Program with Western Kentucky University. Those were members of Parkway Baptist Church and just a year earlier. Kathy lost her husband to a battle with cancer. I don't see how it could have been anyone. They knew because they were typical. Good people small town full go to church every Sunday I can't imagine either of them a sorting with with the the sort of people all who would be capable of that kind of thing but the detail about their cases out to me was the fact that that nothing from their home was taken that there was no evidence of breaking and whoever it was was allowed into the home newspaper editor Forest Berkshire Remembers Covering Their Your Story for the Kentucky Standard Forest takes us pass the newsroom and a squawking dispatch alerting reporters crimes happening in real time he walks us back to it was office. I was out in Bodoland which is just right outside of Bardstown there. The call came in the morning. We heard it over the scanner and it was a little details. We're a little foggy at that time. We run out there. and by the time we got there. Kentucky State Police were there and we started hearing the the name Netherland Orland and then one of my reporters at the time calls me and it's like hey yeah we're hearing that Samantha Netherland. I just did a story on her a week earlier about her being accepted to get an academy. The GATT academy is a very prestigious school stem school on the campus of Western Kentucky University very selective selective all and sure enough it was her Samantha and Kathy everyone who said that they had no enemies that there's no idea how something like this would happen is a very violent very brutal murder. Specially against the daughter Samantha from experts that we've talked to and that others have talked to have said that you know the majority of the violence was directed toward Samantha as if it was someone who's angry and by all everyone said Cathy was a very warm and engaging special education teacher who could have that bottle and have almost feel.

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"netherlands" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"netherlands" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"So I it's funny a lot of folks in the United States, very fond of the European way of morality, all those sophisticated Europeans. Well, here's a story that should horrify you. According to euro news. A teenager said she was raped by two men died by legal youth. Asia in the Netherlands, it has now, emerged no pot. Hogan made a sad last post to social media last week in which she announced she would die within ten days, the seventeen year olds details. Her struggles with sexual assault, depression, and anorexia in her award winning biography winning or learning. She wrote in her book that use I assaulted at the age of eleven raped by two men when she was just fourteen years old. Fact, she hid from parents, because she was ashamed in her last post on Instagram, the young girl wrote the Chit stopped eating and drinking, and that her suffering was unbearable short, that her decision was final, and that she had not been alive for a while. I breathe, but I no longer live. She wrote a patient in the Netherlands, may readily receive physician assisted suicide if they're quote, enduring unbearable and uninsurable suffering, according to the Dutch life ending clinic, the seventeen year old consulted originally the clinic, she was too young legally minors, are eligible under certain circumstances. In two thousand seventeen almost sixty six hundred people died of euthanasia in the Netherlands, most of those people had untreatable cancer, but the Netherlands Luxembourg and Belgium are the only countries in the EU that allow voluntary euthanasia physician assisted suicide is also allowed in Switzerland Finland. There's no penalty for for physician assisted suicide such MP. Lisa westervelt visited pot HOGAN before her death and said she was impressed by the teenagers strength. I will never forget her. We'll continue her struggle westervelt told Dutch media de Golder Lander. The team was described as a mental illness warrior. It's hard to something much more evil in the media. Celebrating the suicide of a seventeen year old girl who was suffering from depression. In that is that is evil stuff, then it's truly evil stuff. Seventeen year old kids. Just horrifying. She she, she must have been suffering tremendously. The idea that the that the solution to that is suicide approved by the state and celebrated by the media is so sick. It's hard to know where to begin there's a person who presumably had several decades of life in front of her. One of the things depression, does it makes you feel like you're stuck in the moment. There's nothing happening beyond that moment the time slows to almost crawl being out of depression allows you to see beyond that, but the fact that a society then freeze that allow people to get the help of, of physician make it easy and available to kill yourself at seventeen years old when you suffer from anorexia. How this is the idea that suicides solution, and that you're helping this person is so perverse. But I guess when you think the light has no inherent value as a science. When you decided that life has no inherent value. There's nothing special about human life. Then this is just another decision. I suppose. What, what horrifying horrifying stuff was. Speaking of horrifying stuff, New York now has a new law, very humane law. They're banning the clawing of cats in the state advocates say the declawing is a cruel inhumane practice because the cats toes amputated. Well, I agree that declawing is bad from the little that I know about it. I'm not an animal owner. But question didn't they pass a law saying, even kill a full born baby? The same lawmakers who support the Bill and saying, it's cruel inhumane declaw, a cat believe that it is totally fine for eight abortion. Doctor to kill a baby at full term with the baby's head in the mother's birth canal. So yeah, they may have some skewed priorities. A post biblical world has some problems terms of its views of the value of life. I think that is fair to say, all right. Coming up, we're gonna talk about AO. See some weird ideas about economics of her own, but first, I'd like to take a moment..

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"netherlands" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"netherlands" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In the Netherlands in the city of Utrecht three of died nine or wounded in a shooting on a tram police believe they know who the gunman is. But he is not yet in custody. That's coming up in about five minutes now at ten twenty five. It's time for Bloomberg money news and a big good morning to Tracy jonky. Good morning pads. The investigation of the Boeing seven thirty-seven. Max crashes now involves the prosecutor in the Justice Department's criminal division. The Wall Street Journal reports that has resulted in at least one grand jury subpoena for a person involved in the seven thirty-seven, Max's development this. Development is sending Boeing stock to its lowest in two months and preventing the Dow from rising more than nine points. The NASDAQ is up thirty six points about half a percent, the S and P is up ten and the Bloomberg WCBS tristate business index is up almost half a percent as one of cody's. Biggest investors offers to buy one hundred fifty million more shares consumer edge research says this may be a sign that J beholding is interested in buying the whole company too. Big names in the casino business may be looking to join forces. Reuters reports that Eldorado resorts and Caesars entertainment are in the early stages of exploring a merger with money news at twenty five fifty five on WCBS. I'm Bloomberg's Tracy jonky. Thank you, Tracy responded by Jewish communal fund. It's ten twenty six it's Chevy.

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"netherlands" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"netherlands" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"An in does chp asking for the money back i know you will tell them to hurry up recently at what's going on that well this thing is that we've not an issue with starbucks in the netherlands and with fiat's in now in luxembourg and with 35 multinationals in belgium in a full scheme and in belgium in luxembourg in the netherlands uh that's been recovery companies have paid their taxes uh as they shoot and then of course when when some countries do it well then everyone will have to do it so we we cannot just sits in weight we'll have to do something of course i i respect that it is slightly more complicated to recover thirteen billion uh than than two hundred million no way po or or twenty million something i got out but still in order to restore a level playing field at recovery has to take place to when will the recovery take place by well hopefully sooner rather than later because the iraqis are setting up a a methodology to figure out will how to how to keep 13 billion while the court case uh goes on now let's talk about dougal because it's the case of a really different kind because this is about antitrust that that case was about just shopping one particular dayton but in your view merited a another really pick a big fine in this case two point four billion euros in why was while he's not so big.

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