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Stories from Elmswood Farm
"Patrice newell has been a model and a news reader and a host of morning tv but after she moved to elmwood farm with her partner phillip adams the host of on abc radio patrice turned her energy and intellect to organic farming over last. Thirty years at elmwood patrice has been producing olive oil honey beef and her beloved golic growing and selling these products has at the same time being an education in learning how to take care of the land and restore to it some of the richness that olea farming practices and now karma change has stripped away betrays. His new book is who's minding the farm and in it. She describes herself as generally impatient and grumpy. So i guess that's a tentative welcome to conversations portrays on not feeling like today this year i can tell you that racial yes please. What's a typical day at elmwood at this time of year. Well i have to say the best thing about farming life is that the is no typical day. The thing that i love the most. And i think most of the people on the farm i love the most. Is that every day. Something new is thrown up so every day is unique. And that's the best thing at the moment because of the drought productions virtually stopped. So we're doing a lot of repair work. How early do you get up in the morning when you're at the farm. Well i've always been a morning persons. And i do naturally wake just before dawn. So depending window is. What's it like it at dolan perfect. It's this mission as so you meeting. The transition from not today
"newell" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"I've been taught to pay attention to my my emotional response in the moment and i know that For most of that. I was like gritted teeth sucking air through. Yeah yeah yeah yeah well. Okay alex have you ever had a case of the x. Have you ever had somebody who was still entangled with their lover yet. One of my ex's x was their manager. Oh god oh boy Cheese and then that same ex- his other ex was his stylus. Oh jeez okay. Why is he just trying to date somebody. Give it to what it. Maybe ten percent i stood understand. You're listening. I know you backed up to the sears out. But while i was sitting there it's a touchy subject for not for me but like that. Listen to that whole thing. My initial reaction was just like help for number one but also i know that the biological mother is not in the picture which we learn later in it so we can take her directly out of the equation his kids have only seen this woman as their quote unquote mother and so during their relationship and she's been there for his children. She's been there for her. And they were coleman their own family at the same time and then it kind of absolved went away. You can't just be like what she's out of the picture great. Throw her out no because she's always going to be around because as far as you're concerned these kids see that woman as their mother right right right if the kids are attached to her. She's not going anywhere and she shouldn't have to if they're attached. Yeah like but. I will say like because against. She's an only. I didn't hear it the end. I don't know she said in the beginning of it only seven months together yes. She said that the ad was eight. And i'm mad at the beginning. Let them know how long it's been exactly how invested i should be and i think seven months is to as you said it yourself. You were like it's early days to be telling someone to rearrange their life you early days to sell somebody in a cover up a tattoo. Look you've been together for seven months. You couldn't even have a baby in that time and you did. It'd be a premium so you know it's premature. You cannot sit here and be like. Hey jude. A cover up omega tech rummy rummy. Some increment quick and cover that. Because at adam know how long. I'm gonna be here but i just want wanna see it right. I don't know how long i'm going to be here by. Choose that you that are okay to tell someone to cover up within like three dates. I'm thinking of someone has a looney tunes. Like someone has a tweeting on the back of their mother mother acceptable. She's looking at me looking. Yeah what about like lower back photo of the mom. Rose i on the lower back. I didn't do it. I'm saying this person tramps. That's a tramp envelope full-on moms entitled but a hell lease but like i was like okay. So they were together so where. It's like an older older older dude. Twenty nine year old woman with a forty six year old dude. Which it's like okay if you will you date older. Expect them to have a history best. The bessette a history a whole anthology behind you cannot be with somebody Damn near twenty years old and you be mad. The like there's another woman in pictures with the kids like that's the thing is there was always going to be another woman in the picture. He has two children who are teen ages. That person the other woman whether it's the biological mother the x. y. Any person woman that is connected to those children will always be this man's life Comes down to aunties sisters and all of that attributed that and at the end of the day when you come into relationship you always be aware there's always gonna be somebody else that you're not going to like mesh with completely every one of my partners. Muggers wait how'd you don't really ever liked me. Because they know your because they can sense that you're like an alpha. They can sense that. You're like an alpha and omega the beginning literally. Alex is applying blush right now. Okay in the middle and the end. All of the things put no. It's like there's always going to be someone that you're going to butt heads with seven months in. You shouldn't have any questions yet. You just learn the syllabus just got your course load what are you doing yes yes yes yes. Have you ever dated a guy with kids. Not that i knew of. I have no and i. I can't even say what is why very passionate about this. Because it's a plot point on the show but like whatever. Yeah yeah. I mean. I don't i especially because she's also saying she is a six year old so she's got her own kid do she's like dealing with anyway but it's like is he upset about the baby daddy exactly exactly but she said conversation. She says she's like he's not in the picture and so it's like meaning like he's gone right so i think that's the thing but it's like you can't be jealous yet you could say. I don't think we should get your amazon prime. Because i don't want her to know what i'm watching but other than that and i i. In her defence. I will say yes. Make him get his cell phone plan..
"newell" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"It is difficult to pull out whether i don't know when you when we first started dating right. Do you think there was a like. I was dazzled by your by your public persona public persona stage persona in some mystified. Right right. I'm sure it's difficult to like pull apart like whether someone likes you for you. I mean there is no. It's are who you are. it's just like right to like all of you. Well it's all right. Let's say like legends. all of me. Honey that's of me it's like for me. It's like all of me because like i'm only going to show you one so much at different stages of things but also. I don't need you running away when it gets too tough exactly. They don't need you. Run away when you're just like oh no. That's a lot because bench. You're taking what i've trusted in you away from me and then you go away and so psychologically i'm just like well it can't share that in life so then i diminished an image and create these walls and like well just love all of me it shit. Oh god it's so true. I think it was like well because it's interesting because like i. It took me a while to learn it because you know growing up. I wasn't a pretty girl. I wasn't cute so like when guy started to like me. I would off the rails. Look i was just like okay. All right so why would lose it. But then like when people are as a guys like i i learned a guy who sees me do stand up and then afterwards wants to come at me. He ain't getting it because he thinks he almost like. He's like you're a funny girl that's cool fully for girls could like they're kind of into the concept of a lady comedian but they live concept. Not the concept. But no it's like it's the same for me. It's like i'm not conventionally on payton on paper paper on nominally gorgeous with a picture. I am not the chris. Quintessential butte tepe. I know that i'm studying garage. Mary never been done before. Have a gorgeous shoulder with the nominal. Cheekbone and i but it's not cookie cutter right if you got a cookie cutter me. That cookie cutter must be the biggest cookie cutter. I'm fiqh. i'd say. I am black. I'm a feminine. I am all of these things that men in the queer community don't often see or they're very frightened by and so when i get the backlash oh oh my god. He's so cute. How did you get him. Oh no have you have you seen me. And that's the other thing that's always in the back of my mind when it comes dating. You have to love all of me and not just a shiny parts of me because like i have to deal with. Well he's so hot. how did you get him. And that has been constantly with every man that i have always been the prettier one always very loss always pretty or one and like they're getting like let me let me take this out do you. Can i hear you again. Like gorgeous yes. Oh god that is wild of it's like. I don't know that it's like you know who you are right. And so that helps at least sift through other people shit. You alex like you. You're like this. I am ended his fabulous. You're welcome so that that's cuts a path through other people's bullshit like they can't just put it on you you know you don't get kinda you get entangled but not like won't they. Don't mess your mind. The state fair gentlemen right right. You knew that like whatever the clydesdale problem whatever was going on in that dude's head that's his shit on you. Yes but you know. And i'm everything i'm fabulous. I'm the best thing since sliced. Bread and alcohol is all great finding games. Until i'm sitting at home in my bed alone and i know that that's just really episode that i put on to make myself believe that i'm hot shit and i do know how to cut through bullshit because i took. Ap psych and high school diploma api side. That's what i was missing. That's what i was missing all these years. i took. ap psych for a whole semester. I'm a therapist. Oh my god that is a perfect segue you guys. We're gonna take a quick break and then we don't be back to answer your questions with dr alex newell. Hey.
"newell" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Know my last relationship You know at the beginning. I thought he was the what i should be. Wasn't hey quickly showed that. He wasn't speaking of the state fair. The state fair was like the thing that i brought him to you and i saw the writing on the wall and i was like this is actually over and had nothing to do with me and everything to do with him. Wow what can you say what went down at the fair nothing. It was a phenomenal time. The pictures were lovely on the The ambiance was amazing. I looked cute as My mom was there. She was into the clydesdales. The entire time. I brought two of my best friends at the time And yeah and then he wanted to go and it was just like a whole one. Eighty and i was just like this has nothing to do with me. You have your own emotional baggage issue to work through right now and all i can do is take the train station darlene. Wait let's dig into this. Do you ever problem. No because i did this. I have a problem with the fair. There's something where like suddenly because in my mind again. This is like a movie or a tv show or something like that. Where like from this. This guy's point of view is at the fair at suddenly something like he has a flashback. I can't handle the like. There's some there's a clydesdale and his past client he's up by a clydesdale school or something. I have no idea. It was so strange that it live like someone clicked on switch and he was just like a wanna go home. And i was just like okay. Well the train station is right that in the car. I'll take you can take your home bed. i'm not. I'm i tried. There was a lot of things. I'm not going i'm going. I'm not going i'm going and going and it was like a four hour drive. I drove from new york city to massachusetts which was cute. And do it in two hours because lead foot but Yeah it was just like so strange and then like at the end of the relationship with the very very end whereas it's like okay. This is kind of nearing down on winding down. We i realized that it just really was not me no matter how hard and i am the person relationship. I'm very maternal. i'm very like what do you need. How can i fix it. I'm also very selfish. The same time extremely selfish. I'm a leo and an only child. What else could i p but selfish i understand yes i just i also very giving to my partner and there was a point where i wasn't getting anything and i was just like okay. Well served by the us for your services. Do you need a form. Our like what you need from me so like what. It sounds like you when you realize that like you're not somebody you weren't trying to you weren't gonna hold on and make it work. You were just like i see it and gone. Always been that decisive. 'cause i would i would hold on for dear life even if i knew goodwill you crazy i would go down. It's like a half and half. Like yes i did hold on because i mean like this is a person that literally just fell off the pace of the planet on halloween once and i didn't see for A day and a half like wasn't text me. Back was anything that i had his dog. And i was just like you just gone poof appleans into mid air and i kind of stayed and then he said all the things that he thought that i needed to hear but then me being active i am i was just like you're literally bullshitting bullshitter. And then madonna still had a full relationship with this man for another like extra four three months. You're the captain the titanic. Oh yeah you want to move it away because of ceuta nano because as soon as i got a tinge of how cold that water was black was out soon as i thought out really cold that water as i wanted to make a jump ship. But i i. I've been in other entanglements been very hard to let go. Entanglements have been very hard to let go that kind of keeps circling around and around. It's like a nice revolving door. Then it's fine in the moment and then it's just like you're crazy stu i mean do you have any like what are your red flags you know how like when you. What are the things when you hear hear person. Say or see them do where. You're like i gotta dip. I have i take pause with any persons. That can't see past one my career and who i am. That's at number one red flag and to anyone that drops little gems of jealousy throughout the relationship. Like little little drops of jealousy of like. Why don't you. Why don't you text me. That i said because i was working and i went directly into my bed and went to sleep. I apologize and then it turns into a three hour conversation. And i'm just like can i have a job. Can i work. Can i go to sleep. Exist outside of you as well. That's a red flag for me. Also that start a feel to go. Also i'm the man. I'm the provider i'm this i'm that i said. Sir i make more than you rush. Who are you providing four. Because if you want the man and provide i can keep my money in its separate bank account where it will accumulate and can provide whatever you think that you can write. That's so weird. Because i would think like you're like ten years younger than me and just like a couple years younger than me and it's just like i would think that like people would be less concerned with like traditional gender like like like if you're a millennial or zumur like you're just like yeah whatever's whatever right anyone can be their provider. Anyone can be you know anyone can kill the wolves cabin trajan. Nobody's just saying that. The traditional masculine good. Actually i could kill the wolf. I wanted to know. I hear what you're saying but also the type of people that did. I always send the older than me and you would think that they had their together. But sometimes i just do not right sometimes. It just can't at what they do. Not sometimes i just can't have the capacity to have their stuff together rights. I went through that too. I remember when i was in my mid shortly before you dear. I was like all about like an older man because i was like. I wanna fancy and i kinda wanted that sense of like. Show me something new. Show me something different you know. Educate me that's where i was. Educate me like bring a little something to the table. And i found that first of all these old older white men they just want it down brown now. You know what i mean. They let your surroundings. They just trying to do some shit. So i was like okay. That's where all but it was like. Oh you enjoy this power. Power dynamic like you're in this situation to be older and more in charge than me. You know what. I mean like a little bit works for a little bit but then it gets old and you're just like all right. Sarah what do you want. Because we've been playing this little cat and mouse game and you still haven't caught up to that. I don't care so wait. both of you. Were like into like a kind of like. I'm going to teach you about the world type person i would say he a say. I'm gonna teach you. But i i want to not know about the world you know what i mean. I wanna know that you some inflammation and you should know what to do with your downstairs. If you're i'm sorry. I'm just going to drop that you're doing with your downstairs if you're older you've had so much and somehow they're still out here just as dumb dumb dumb dumb sipping the rosa fair that generation was not asked to know anything about al..
"newell" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Celebrating or honoring honoring honoring one year in isolation at his. That is anniversary of the day. We decided to start quarantining. That was when a. Went into lockdown bardo thirteenth twenty twenty. Yeah so we are doing the couple's therapy quarantine party coal and a one year in isolation going to being extravaganza for likes of which i've never been seen on these internet cubes internet tubes. We've got shears a mehta and kenny. Deforest dewayne perkins and a friend. We'll be answering your relationship questions if you send them in. We would love a short video from you under two minutes where you ask your question and scape. Andy's hold your phone landscape okay. Also if you don't wanna show your face if you don't want anybody to know put on your mask. We all be walking around and masks for year put a mask on change your voice dropping octave we want to know and you can send that video to couples therapy pod at mail dot com either way whether you send a video or not check out a question of this pit in my basement with a lotta lucien cleanable. The lucien either way good. A dynasty typewriter dot com and. Grab your ticket for saturday march thirteenth. Okay i am done. I am done plugging. Because what i want is for you to experience. Alex newell am. I thirsty this roll. It does alex. I'm such a fan of you. I am gushing. i am crushing. And you're so great on zoe's extraordinary platelets. We had jane on the show while back. But i met her out here in l. a. and that shows like zoe destroyed play. This will warm my heart. I will have a tear. And i did not come there for that okay. You didn't come. you didn't come to stay in cry. But she's going to actually so andy. I had to get that out because now that i've gushed we can now proceed. You can keep gushing here. For gosh to a gusher. If you will a snack and compliments. What's your snack growing up. I'll ask the hard hitting questions on my snack growing up. You know. I was a whole mike up at all. Said oh i was a whole parent trap. Fan so might snack was always like orioles a peanut butter. Oh wow i've never had that. Are we saying dipping. The oreo in the peanut butter. No because that's black household and take a spoon and scoop of peanut butter down onto the oreo Wow i get that. I grew up in a wide household. But i what's the what's the word. I'm looking for a ish area. I don't wanna. I know it's It's now not proper to say as a colloquialism. I i'm a little ocd. If you're neat person having crumbs. I can't when i was growing up. I couldn't let anything touch on the plate. Because i i couldn't even on a plate of food have cross-contamination That's why i just didn't want the repercussions of like my mother. Opening peanut butter and finding little black dots in it. I didn't i didn't need that my life trying to live. You were trying to just trying to live. I was trying to survive my childhood. And i did you really. But you hear like so you grew up in massachusetts but which part they're they're not only on onshore okay but are black people there. Yes just in that neighborhood. Because i don't know it's very. I don't know i feel like boston. And like the surrounds are a little like mean. I'm from the north shore and so it's like the trickle effect like i'm not from dorchester. Open from the plane could be me not not knocking even those places. But i'm from the suburb not really a suburb. The city like there's lynnfield and then there's lynn which is not lynnfield with where you have multi million dollar homes. My i think my house did not cause any of that money but there were enough black people that i went to church. So there's that right right right right. There's that it was like. I grew up in reading pennsylvania and there were enough us for different synagogues. So that's that's the thing if you have enough of whatever your difference yes enough of whatever. Your group is to have a church or synagogue or mosque. Or whatever right right. That's not a critical critical mass enough. Yes but y'all speaking knowledge so you know growing up the massachusetts life the voice of an angel. The gift okay. The gift you were given. What was i mean. Were you from the jump. Like were you a precocious child because part of my heart imagine. You're a bit precocious. I mean yes. I was very precocious like precocious. I mean like. I ran away from my mother when i was to get on stage and sing what stage. We had our state fair. Where did that come from. We got our state fair. And i always went and she went to get me a juice box. I saw somebody on stage by phone. And i said let me just run up there and get that because that seems like fun for me. I know you were to state described the state fair for me. 'cause i just want to know what the version i have in my head is like dunk tank and tank. Yeah elephant yes. Funnel cake yes. It's a state. It's a standard fare. Where the clydesdale you know those big horses trot they were. That was the main attraction and then we had like the who grew the biggest pumpkin this year. Oh my god that's sweet. That's that's tender. tv. Exactly that's right around columbus day. So you know it's frigid cold this long nippy out. Yeah really autumn colors so you know and couples therapy like we will be answering relationship questions so you know we let listeners know where you're at where you're coming from when you tell them how to live and so what kind of relationship person are you. Do you go into every detail every person you've ever dated every person you've ever loved in a romantic way. We're just gonna go from start to finish. Can i be honest with both of you. My brain's broken. I wanna put that out there interesting. I want to put that out. Okay so that you don't expect much of me andy. We had company. don't you'll be bears. Be alex telling. My brain has been broken since early. Two thousand one thousand one okay. Two thousand. I've been playing people half of my life. I don't know who i am anymore. Peter sellars like the who's that Famous character actor in the seventies who told like apparently he like when he was in downtime. There was no him he was just like these characters. And then obviously this is not you. Because you're very personable person me I told you we're gonna we're gonna gosh like what do you do. You keep a boo. do you. Just say i'll hose. I'm trying to work like what's kind of your roach. Grandma's suzy who i call myself is trying to settle down. Because it's not an old age but thirty is vastly approaching. And i'm the product of a single parent with a dead father and an only child. That's yes yes. Yes looking at thirty down a good old barrel long lens directly on my face just like hey.
"newell" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"We a couple of questions from a couple of different listeners. We do we want energy jazz. It up you know what i mean because you wanna hear both a little sleep-deprived little fucking week just not sleeping. And then also mabel had her surgery. And i just want to know. I'm talking about mabel surgery because it's a message to all women all right. Mabel had a memory tumor removed. And you've got to remember ladies to check your breasts. You've got to check your breasts. All eight of their maple check all eight. If you're human you just got to no excuses so a unless you're the woman from total recall which case you have three you have three. That's true that's only the only thing i remember. I remember being. Am i a pervert. 'cause i remember i remember the little guy that lives inside the bigger guys chest. I don't even remember that. I literally what is what does that guy's name. I remember my boo. My brains destroyed. I posted a picture of link lost in the in the lost woods on breath of the wild today and said this is my brain. Three hundred and fifty five days into car. We are taping this on day. Three fifty five taping this on day three. If this intro. And i just can't i can't think i can't think a goddamn single thought. Also this last week has been stressful. Mabel surgery very she's fine she's she's she's gonna make it through the other end crate sheet. In fact she's almost too good because ashes. That'd be jumping around. And mabel just hop skip and jump in i said don't you paulie stitches on day one of recovery and we scream at but she is. Maybe we should not understand when she's like feeling. Okay which is wonderful. But i'm like maybe late. But now i gotta tell you approach one year in quarantine. My brain is just sand recieve absolutely absolutely. You know you might want to do with your feeling like a little loose little adult but you just kind of like more not thinking about it You should subscribe to my new podcast. I love a lifetime movie. And that is co hosted by me and meghan gaily comedian extraordinaire and we watch breakdown lifetime movies. We talk to the writers and the actors from the movies. We got clips this is sanctioned by lifetime. Honey we are sanctioned we are off the rails. It is fun i believe. Our first episode is a movie called sleepwalking in suburbia about a woman who has sex with her neighbor while sleepwalking and gets pregnant with his baby. Come on sounds like it could be an indie film from nine hundred ninety eight in honestly has energy it has that like shoestring budget otani energy. So perhaps i should look for us. I love lifetime movie. Baby rate review subscri- hallmark marrying because that was a stamps. Dot com expert said from us chatting into a plug. The other podcast. Emma cheating on my husband by having a podcast. I'm concerned but i know that you know to have another podcasts. In this economy in twenty twenty two you want to make ends meet. You gotta have two to three podcast. You want to make ends meet. You need you to the rebound guests. And so i just feel honored and i just want people to know about it. It's also just so very different from what you and i do but this involves me popping off the mouth. You know if you like that you'll love this new pot Speaking about us popping off at the mouth. Maybe today's episode. We are popping off at the mouth with a delightful delightful guests. Okay you will be able to hear this interview. How obsessed with our guest house clearly crushing. How can we be friends you guys. You've already heard their dulcet tones. We are talking to alex. Newell k actor recording artist. Alex newell you may know alex from the tv show glee now zoe extraordinary playlist for which they've been nominated for a critics choice award aloe also. Alex is my god. Such an amazing voice so buttery. They've got singles out. You need to get them the point. Is alex talk and craft. we grab singles. Maybe we talk a number one fangled and it was just very exciting. I do watch extraordinaire. Play list i do. It's very thirsty. I think if i remember correctly we recorded this. A while ago we record these ambient. I already india already. Said they re pulling back pulling back the curtain too much. Yeah already said. I was like i was gushing. And they're like you. Were thirsty if i remember correctly. It's like yeah. Okay i was at perhaps. That was the turnoff. This like likened people. Because i know how to act doorbell. Somebody just truly truly. Don't okay and it's like. This is why i never want to interview people who actually like. I don't know how to be cool so anyway before we get into this episode though tube of housekeeping. I'm sorry those very funny. I still laugh a almost every wednesday. We do a twitch. Oh yes in doing a free show on twitch twitch dot tv slash couples therapy pod naomi and myself gavin with the qc which is the couple's therapy quarantine crow and it is is one of the highlights of my week. I gotta say it really is about rebuilding rebirth. Andy doesn't want me to call it a cult. But that's what. I like to think of it. As we i yell about what i'd hate andy get gives us a new bit or new video. That's always hysterical. This past week. He showed us a trailer for woody allen's manhattan that he made that i would like to say i was on those me ping i was on the woody allens a disgusting piece of crap train way before anyone else conductor of that train. I don't want us to shatter shadow. Alex newell right now. Okay and you to focus the other thing before we get to alex. Okay dynasty brighter. Saturday march thirteenth six. Pm ps t. pm.
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"Welcome erica stevens mentally yours. Thanks very much for joining us so we has just about your book even together. The guinness guy tucson sannoussi Why did you want to create this. I had. I've always wanted to write a book about my experiences with psychosis but i kind of felt that it would have more to offer offers a book if i listed the help of a co author. He was a professional in mental health. An augment stephen a conference on and it was about schools. New routes tibet to catholic schizophrenia. anti newell basket sphere. Its area of expertise. Less ask him. let's ask him and he was for. And so we started writing this book together But just felt the kind of just mike spirit. Just the expert by experience will lived experience on and maybe wouldn't hold water. I thought that it would be much better. Talbot's that too. What about east stephen so obvious similar oversee from a professional perspective. So as okay said. I have kind of specialized in researching schizophrenia for twenty five years and look after any large number of patients with illness and other and had wanted to write a book that would be accessible to them and to a wider audience. But also one. That wouldn't be too dry rocket dynamic and around about the time. I'm i'm erica. I also told by various agents event. If i wanted to write a book like this. I definitely need to get Lots of people stories in it so lots of people with lived experience contributing Beating erica was a very happy coincidence and from there took us a while to get going but i think we broke during two eighteen and then finished off in nineteen before publishing of this year. And who would you say that. It's forty anyone with schizophrenia. And anyone is interested in like working schizophrenia. Or care and put some moments schizophrenia. Like a friend or a loved one. Yeah i think. I anyone who's got Or any other type of psychotic illness. This a few different types of psychotic illness Bipolar disorder for example People often have psychotic symptoms of that and other conditions. That are less common so anyone kinds of problems. Anyone looking off to them girlfriend. Mother father sister brother hawks would also. Perhaps anyone is our cassette. Just interested in knowing a bit more about psychosis genuine schizophrenia in particular so one of the psychiatry senior trainees kindly read the book. drafts and coming to the drafts to improve the readability. Apparently who has no connection health connection was he apparently likes reading the extent. For at least it's it's worked. It's an interesting one for me. Because i was now hundred solder and i had psychosis so it would have been lucky to have a ham but like the i think when i i have my my first bit of mania because the thing is it happens and then you get back to normal source of reading. I what's happened to. Why as happened what to do next radius. That's almost as bad as well as just happened in a way. That kind of Mystery around it. Will this fair around it. You're right to tell us a bit about your experiences again our. We've always had you on the poco before that was a while ago. now so you're right to tell we re to go right to tell listeners about your experiences psychosis first episode. Was rhinos on about twenty two Fourteen hours say it's been about two decades of living with psychosis Something i can manage quite well with medication and different therapies But it can be quite terrifying when you have a psychotic episode and there's definitely more at the start of the illness later on and i think the police spying on me. I think i've committed really henious cry and all much like a burglary or you know so of a monkey or something really say area slight blowing up canary war types areas And i just really believe. It's true. And i might start to think the The songs i hear on the radio have been written especially for me to kind of condemn more behavior or the tv might be talking to me in subliminal messages and is terrifying united states ironic to me how much fear or inspire notice when they hear a half psychosis when the reality is you know. I'm just terrified myself. Really in a housebound when it's happening.
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"We know even though many of us are having much smaller holiday gatherings this year than in any other. You probably still cook too much as you. Search your stash of mismatch tupperware containers to store leftover turkey and apple pie. Listen back this surprising episode about shortages of another kind of container altogether. I they bought up all the toilet paper then. They came for the flower in yeast. As the weather cools they set their sights on fire pits and patio heaters. The latest pandemic shortage is a little more obscure mason jars. Yes mason jars those squat glass canning jars with a screw neck tops. They're used by folks who make pickles sauces preserves and other homemade delicacies. In more recent years they've also become popular with everyone from crafters to hipster bars newell brands manufacturers many of the most popular types of mason jars including ball and brands and while the company has been relatively mum on the spike in sales of these old products. Newell is having trouble meeting demand. So his rival anchor hocking glass which makes similar lines of canning jars marie bragg who owns an online canning jar retailer called the mason jar. Merchant told cnn. She saw customer start clamoring for canning jars and supplies back in mid august. That hasn't let up a spokesperson for ohio hardware company. Layman's told the washington post that canning supply. Sales are up six hundred percent over last year. The company's having trouble getting jars and litz it's waiting on the equivalent of a ten year supply of canning products from some vendors. The report said there are a few factors contributing to the shortage. I while mason style. Canning jars and screw tops can be reused. The metal disks that create an airtight seal can only be used once. So when demand surged the discs. Were the first items to sell out. A shortage of glass is also complicating things before the pandemic imported glass was hit with tariffs increasing. The cost then when the pandemic hit us porch shutdown. Making it tougher to get glass at all. The pittsburgh post gazette found the pandemic has also contributed to the shortage in other ways. Bread calls it the sour dough. Two point zero with more time on their hands during the pandemic people planet bigger gardens and anyone who's ever seen the sheer volume of tomatoes or zucchini. That can come from one. productive plant. Knows there's no way you can eat all of that produce before it goes bad. People also have more time to spend in the kitchen cooking up all of those canned goods in the meantime government. Officials are worried. That cantor's may resort to unsafe methods of food preservation. That includes reusing canning. Discs can increase the risk of botulism a rare but serious illness. They can be found in food. That's not properly preserved in a statement to cnn. Newell brand said it has increased. Glass production found additional lid manufacturers and take another measure to replenish stock. No word from anchor. Hocking home cantors are turning to marketplaces like ebay and amazon to find the jars and lids they need but horrors have moved in jacking up prices the last time the us face such a canning supply shortage. Congress got involved the quote. Great canning shortage of nineteen seventy-five had worried home. Kanter's demanding answers from congressional representatives and then president gerald ford a series of hearings determined that live makers weren't colluding to price gouge. Instead they were facing a material shortage an unanticipated spike in home canning similar to current circumstances. There's no indication that the current shortage will go in front of congress this time around but perhaps it's nice to know that the nation can show bipartisan support to solve something like a serious canning pickle. The
Another Pandemic Shortage Creates Canning Chaos
"I they bought up all the toilet paper then. They came for the flour and yeast. As the weather cools. They set their sights on fire pits and patio heaters. The latest pandemic shortage is a little more obscure mason jars. Yes in charge those squat glass canning jars with a screw neck tops. They're used by folks who make pickle sauces preserves and other homemade delicacies. In more recent years they've also become popular with everyone from crafters to hipster bars newell brands manufacturers many of the most popular types of mason jars including ball incur brands and while the company has been relatively mum on the spike. In sales of these old-timey products newell is having trouble meeting demand. So his rival anchor hocking glass which makes similar lines of canning jars marie bragg who owns an online canning jar retailer called the mason jar merchant told. Cnn she saw customers start clamoring for canning jars and supplies back in mid august. That hasn't let up a spokesperson for ohio hardware company. Layman's told the washington post that canning supply. Sales are up six hundred percent over last year. The company's having trouble getting jars in lit it's waiting on the equivalent of ten years supply of canning products from some vendors. The report said there are a few factors contributing to the shortage. I while mason style. Canning jars and screw tops can be reused. The metal disks that create an airtight seal can only be used once. So when demand surged the discs. Were the first items to sell out. A shortage of glass is also complicating things before the pandemic imported glass was hit with tariffs increasing. The cost then when the pandemic hit. Us port shutdown making it tougher to get glass at all. The pittsburgh post gazette found the pandemic is also contributed to the shortage in other ways. Bread calls it the sour dough. Two point zero with more time on their hands during the pandemic people planet bigger gardens and anyone who's ever seen the sheer volume of tomatoes zucchini. That can come from one. Productive plan knows. There's no way you can eat all of that produce. Before it goes bad people also have more time to spend in the kitchen cooking up all of those canned goods. In the meantime government. Officials are worried. That cantor's may resort to unsafe methods of food preservation that includes reusing canning jar discs which can increase the risk of botulism rare but serious illness that can be found in food. That's not properly preserved in a statement to cnn. Numeral brand said it has increased glass production found additional manufacturers and take other measures to replenish stock. No word from anchor. Hocking home cantors are turning to marketplaces like ebay and amazon. To find the jars and leads. They need but hoarders have moved in jacking up prices the last time the us face such a canning supply shortage. Congress got involved the quote great canning shortage of nineteen seventy five had worried home kanter's demanding answers from congressional representatives and president. Gerald ford a series of hearings determined that lid makers weren't colluding to price gouge. Instead they were facing a material shortage an unanticipated spike in home canning similar to current circumstances. There's no indication that the current shortage will go in front of congress this time around but perhaps it's nice to know that the nation can show bipartisan support to solve something like a serious candy jar. Pick
"newell" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Podcast is my guest Pete Newell. Pete is a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is transforming how the government in the US and other large organizations compete and drive growth. He's a retired army colonel. He's CEO of the MNT which is a Palo Alto based innovation consultancy and early stage incubator that helps solve some of the hottest real world problems in national security in state and local governments and beyond. Pete. Is also co author with LEAN STARTUP FOUND A, Steve Blank of heckling for defense an academic program toward it forty plus universities that teach students had to quickly solve critical national security problems while performing a national service. Prior. To joining Behmen, T pay was director of the US Army's rapid equipping force charged with rapidly finding, integrating, and employing solutions to emerging problems faced by soldiers on the battlefield. In our discussion today pit talk to me about the idea of practicing risk taking in a safe environment to learn about the value of failure. Which talked about moving from a product centric to a problem centric mindset. And Pete explained the art of discovery the best way to get over your fears and test your ideas. Without further ado, let's fly into the hive and get the buzz from Pete Newell..
"newell" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Susan accepted. The PRIAM was loaded into the truck. Driver oblivious to its contents. He joked Susan and Janet into Glasgow. And dropped them off onto extreme. As the Pram was unloaded from the truck. The Bundle. Containing gents small body unfurled slightly. Revealing a foot at one end and the top of his head. At the other. Again the driver failed to notice. But a woman who was looking out of her window nearby. Did notice. Susan covered up the body again before continuing on. But it was too late. The woman decided to follow her Janet and enlisted the help of her sister. As, they followed Susan along Duke Street. They met a man Robert Foot and told him. There was a woman away of that entry and she's carrying a dead body. One of them pitched the police. While the others continued to follow Susan. Susan could sense that she had aroused suspicion. She turned down a lane and attempted to leave the bundle containing body at the entrance to a tenement. But she was tracked. Robert Foot was now walking toward her. And there was no way out. Susan attempted to escape by climbing over a six foot wall. But she was immediately arrested. By policemen waiting for her on the other side. Constable Thomas Mcginn it grabbed. Susan. Pulled her down and took her into custody. A crowd of witnesses looked in horror as the body of the paper boy was carried away by police. Susan and Janet were taken to Eastern Police Station where Susan was interviewed. But Susan had a plan. She had already worked out her story if she was caught. And she had coached Janet as well. She told the police that it was her husband who had killed the boy. And that she had tried to stop him. She then claimed that he forced her and Janet to dispose of the body for him. Janet. Told police the story. As police began to search for John Newell an autopsy was performed on John Johnston. It confirmed the cause of death strangulation. But pathologists also noticed burns on the boy scalp and that both of his ears had been burned off completely. Perhaps in an attempt to destroy evidence. Or dispose of him. Descriptions. John. Newell were printed in the papers. And on the twenty second of June. John came to the police station. He was placed under arrest and was charged along with his wife Susan with the murder of thirteen year. Old John Johnston. On September Eighteenth Nineteen twenty-three. Both Susan and John. Went to trial at Glasgow. High. Court. Before Lord. The couples sat together in the dock. But never looked at one another. Seventy witnesses were cited and forty gave evidence on the first day of the trial alone. John new quickly proved that he was not at the flat at the time of the murder. With his alibi confirmed the judge freed him immediately. Saying that he never should have been brought to trial in the first place. John Newell Dock ever looking at Susan. On the second day of the trial with the charges against her husband withdrawn. SUSAN RESORTED TO PLAN B. An pleaded insanity. Susan's landlady testified that she had seen the paper boy enter the house. Witnesses testified that they had seen Susan pushing the pram in the streets. But it was her own daughter Janet who sealed her fate. Janet, told the Court of how she found the boy dead on the couch in the flap, her mother leaning over his body. How she had helped her mother wrapped the body in the carpet. And that her mother had told her over and over what to say if they were caught. She was to tell the police that her stepfather had killed the paper boy. Although it had been expected to last several days. The trial concluded that afternoon. On the second day. Susan's insanity plea was rejected. The jury returned approximately thirty five minutes later and delivered a majority verdict. Of guilty. With one juror against. The jury unanimously recommended mercy. But Susan. WHO's given none She was sentenced to death. And, the date was set for October tenth. Lord onus declared Susan's fate. In respect of the verdict returned in your case. He told her. I discerned judge you, Susan Newell Panel Be Carried to the prison of Glasgow, their into be detained until the tenth day of October next and on that date between the hours of Eight and ten o'clock for noon within the walls, of said, prison at the hands of the common. Executioner. To be hanged by the neck on Gilbert till you be dead. And your body thereafter to be buried within the walls of the said prison. And your whole movable goods are discerned to be a sheet and forfeit to His Majesty's use. And I pronounce this doom. was put forth to the Secretary of State for Scotland pleading that Susan sentence be reduced to penal servitude due to her gender and the fact that her husband had abandoned her and that she was left homeless and penniless. The secretary rejected the petition and stated that he would not interfere with the law. Thirty year old Susan Newell. would be hanged as scheduled on October Tenth Nineteen ninety-three at Duke, Street prison. Her Executioner John. Ellis was noted for the speed at which he conducted executions. And he had executed women before. Ellis decided to use the leather body belt that he had made for Edith. Thompson who had been executed for the murder of her husband. Along with binding the hands, the wrist attached to the waste. It had an additional strap to go around with is to prevent a lady skirt from.
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"newell" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home
"Animal Crossing New Horizons Ads lucked into the game which may have larger implications regarding its future valve boss Gabe. . Newell says, , he prefers xbox series and X. playstation five but doesn't really explain why and CD project red warns against clicking links in emails about a cyberpunk twenty, , seventy, seven, , , begum. . Animal Crossing has been updated to include bad luck animal crossing received a second summer update recently after adding swimming a little while ago. . But this one will make you fall over in drop balloons more, , which is weird and further proof that maybe animal crossing isn't for me specifically but I suppose I, , could see why adding that random to the game would be. . Fun. . Basically. . As you're running around the island, , sometimes you might trip and fall, , and if you're holding a balloon, , a newly added item, , you will drop it. . It will fly into the sky. . You will also apparently be able to now create a King Tut mask if you find some gold but if you wear the mask, , it will make you trip more. . The implication there is that luck and specifically bad luck may have been introduced to the game, , which is something that has been an animal crossing games in the past Patricia Hernandez reported on the update for Polygon and explained how this mechanic was implemented previously writing on a good luck day everything is amazing. . You'll get more money from rocks. . It'll be easier to befriend villagers and you'll have a better time avoiding bees because they'll. Move . more. . Slowly, , the world's your choice. . Ter- on bad luck days. . It's the complete opposite you'll find fewer resources it'll be harder to raise friendship levels the money rock will become stingy and just to pour salt on the wound you'll trip and fall on your face wearing the King Tut mask will immediately lower your luck which is why you'll trip way more often it's probably an Easter egg hinting at the masks cursed nature The full story complete with some embedded video showing the tripping mechanic and action is linked to the show notes. . This is such a strange, , but this is kind of where animal crossing tends to shine weird little additions that make the overall experience more interesting, , and in this case, , a little unpredictable. . Valve's Gabe Newell says he prefers the xbox series x when it comes to next Gen hardware. . This is a quick story because. . Honestly, , there isn't a lot to report on here but Gabe Newell Generator of Countless memes and the boss over at valve appeared recently on a New Zealand talk show called the project and he was asked which next generation platform he preferred and he said without much hesitation the xbox series X. C. Nets Daniel von Boom reported on Newell's preference and wrote in their story appearing on New Zealand talk show the project Newell was asked by a host which console would be better the xbox. . He said emphatically to a year from an audience member when pressed on whether his preference stems from his years. Working . at Microsoft, , he added I don't have a stake in that race we do most of our development on personal computers but the two I would definitely go with an xbox that story is linked in the show notes. . But that's all knew really had to say in the past he has been outspoken about not being a particular fan of playstation not in a vitriolic way or anything, , but it just mostly because it was difficult to develop for playstation three for example, , in Valve Games do just fine with their PC releases but valve and Sony did for some steam applications on the playstation three not. . Came from it but for a time, , there was some compatibility between certain steam games like portal to Andy playstation three version of portal two, , but it sounds like. . Relationship was there has just not sustained. . There are plenty of suctions that can be made here. . Of course, , maybe Newell and Valve are just million with the xbox series XS development tools since they do all stem from pc architecture, , maybe newell doesn't like how Sonya's investing in unreal and how epic is using the playstation five to showcase. . The next unreal engine epic and Unreal Do Represent Valve and steams biggest competitor in the digital PC. . Game storefront battle may be newell just pates Ratchet and clank. . It's all currently unclear. . But if you're a valve fan and want to see more valve games on consoles, , it sounds like xbox series x might be your better bet. . Here's what released today liberated is out today on it's a puzzle platformer game that takes place inside a comic book. . I actually gave it a full proper review on the June fifth episode of the Gaming Ride Home podcast. . It has some cool ideas, , but ultimately, , kind of came up short for me when I played the switch version, , some of my complaints were related to technical hiccups though. . So maybe the PC version will be a little smoother
Animal Crossing adds bad luck and Valve's Gabe Newell prefers Xbox Series X
"Animal Crossing New Horizons Ads lucked into the game which may have larger implications regarding its future valve boss Gabe. Newell says, he prefers xbox series and X. playstation five but doesn't really explain why and CD project red warns against clicking links in emails about a cyberpunk twenty, seventy, seven, begum. Animal Crossing has been updated to include bad luck animal crossing received a second summer update recently after adding swimming a little while ago. But this one will make you fall over in drop balloons more, which is weird and further proof that maybe animal crossing isn't for me specifically but I suppose I, could see why adding that random to the game would be. Fun. Basically. As you're running around the island, sometimes you might trip and fall, and if you're holding a balloon, a newly added item, you will drop it. It will fly into the sky. You will also apparently be able to now create a King Tut mask if you find some gold but if you wear the mask, it will make you trip more. The implication there is that luck and specifically bad luck may have been introduced to the game, which is something that has been an animal crossing games in the past Patricia Hernandez reported on the update for Polygon and explained how this mechanic was implemented previously writing on a good luck day everything is amazing. You'll get more money from rocks. It'll be easier to befriend villagers and you'll have a better time avoiding bees because they'll. Move more. Slowly, the world's your choice. Ter- on bad luck days. It's the complete opposite you'll find fewer resources it'll be harder to raise friendship levels the money rock will become stingy and just to pour salt on the wound you'll trip and fall on your face wearing the King Tut mask will immediately lower your luck which is why you'll trip way more often it's probably an Easter egg hinting at the masks cursed nature The full story complete with some embedded video showing the tripping mechanic and action is linked to the show notes. This is such a strange, but this is kind of where animal crossing tends to shine weird little additions that make the overall experience more interesting, and in this case, a little unpredictable. Valve's Gabe Newell says he prefers the xbox series x when it comes to next Gen hardware. This is a quick story because. Honestly, there isn't a lot to report on here but Gabe Newell Generator of Countless memes and the boss over at valve appeared recently on a New Zealand talk show called the project and he was asked which next generation platform he preferred and he said without much hesitation the xbox series X. C. Nets Daniel von Boom reported on Newell's preference and wrote in their story appearing on New Zealand talk show the project Newell was asked by a host which console would be better the xbox. He said emphatically to a year from an audience member when pressed on whether his preference stems from his years. Working at Microsoft, he added I don't have a stake in that race we do most of our development on personal computers but the two I would definitely go with an xbox that story is linked in the show notes. But that's all knew really had to say in the past he has been outspoken about not being a particular fan of playstation not in a vitriolic way or anything, but it just mostly because it was difficult to develop for playstation three for example, in Valve Games do just fine with their PC releases but valve and Sony did for some steam applications on the playstation three not. Came from it but for a time, there was some compatibility between certain steam games like portal to Andy playstation three version of portal two, but it sounds like. Relationship was there has just not sustained. There are plenty of suctions that can be made here. Of course, maybe Newell and Valve are just million with the xbox series XS development tools since they do all stem from pc architecture, maybe newell doesn't like how Sonya's investing in unreal and how epic is using the playstation five to showcase. The next unreal engine epic and Unreal Do Represent Valve and steams biggest competitor in the digital PC. Game storefront battle may be newell just pates Ratchet and clank. It's all currently unclear. But if you're a valve fan and want to see more valve games on consoles, it sounds like xbox series x might be your better bet. Here's what released today liberated is out today on it's a puzzle platformer game that takes place inside a comic book. I actually gave it a full proper review on the June fifth episode of the Gaming Ride Home podcast. It has some cool ideas, but ultimately, kind of came up short for me when I played the switch version, some of my complaints were related to technical hiccups though. So maybe the PC version will be a little smoother
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Any Food I love it. Yeah. He's he's. He's doing great. As you know as you know, I have started taking care of the feral cats in my backyard, but the feral cats are now not in a crate. They are not in a basement. They don't have a towel over them. They are roaming freely in US recording studio. One has a skin condition and is staying with me awhile until the skin condition is soft, and it may not be solved I. Don't know I may not be solved, I'm not sure what's going to happen. Maybe he's going to be an indoor cat. Who knows at the window? Your indoor cat. Let's let's. Let's let's make it personal. It's not an indoor cat. You notice that. I'm trying not to say it because I've become too attached to this cat. While the cat does deep deep, deep, deep, deep, deep in its feral mind and heart. Can, you can see Betsy Beth. Everybody Radiator Watch I taught him a trick. Betsy. Betsy I. Do that looks at me, Really Cute, a loud noise and ahead turn studies Ya. Predator, so it looks at. The first sign of like threat approaching. I make that noise and he's like. Again. Once again we have nothing to. Show for you from the Netflix series working moms with the show's creators and stars Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg. Then we talked a longtime friend of mine comedian Baron Vaughn, and he shares with us his innermost thoughts on. Be Better, roommate, the hulk or Wolverine? But I. Really get things going with Alex Newell and Jane Levy from. The NBC Musical Dramas Zoe. Extraordinary playlist to show is about a woman who discovers she is the ability to hear people's thoughts as songs, so everyone on the show is a triple threat. They can act sing and dance, but Jonathan can. They won't their way through an asking other trivia game I hope so. I always thought triple threat was acting singing and Trivia. Would you say it's acting singing and dance interested? You know what? Maybe maybe it is. Maybe maybe Trivia is just woven in there. We'll find out. And like magic here. They are Jay Levy Alex. Newell thank you so much for being part of Ashby another. I have been watching Zoe's extraordinary playlist. Okay? No, that some of the cast are professional singers dancers like you Alex but the show features a lot of choreography that I assume you don't get a lot of time to learn. What was that like for you, Jane Yeah. There's a there's a an array of experience throughout the cast, Alex Newell comes in, and just does one kick and is like I learned it. It's fine. Under some of us who get eight rehearsals because it's a lot harder. Yeah. I do I do learn I have learned a music number. The day of but Jane has as well. While yeah, but mine are usually. My characters in every single dance number every musical number, because it comes through her superpower, but most of my choreography. If you WANNA, call it that in those numbers or just me like walking in a straight line so I can learn those on the day. You have a dance background. Don't Eugene. I danced as a kid. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, so you're not afraid of it. No I love it. I'm much more afraid of singing singing is. Really difficult for me. But she meals every time that's. After, the but but. Every time a period. Wow, thanks, Alex, but dancing is just fun and I care less about being good about good at it right? Yeah, because you can move and that's the most important thing. It's the rest of us who are when you start dancing cooper like oh no! Her dancing, Lake when we do the. Of The second episode when she was like. They were like nothing. Like dancing can. Like five steps. That's when I was in shape. So we have a couple of great games for you. Let's let's play some games. Okay so this first one. You're going to be playing against each other. We're going to go back and forth. This is a this is a game about characters every answering. This game is a famous character. Jonathan I are going to read you an excerpt of how the author described the character, and you just have to guess who is being described. Great Okay. So Alex will start with you. Here! Her stepsisters ridiculed her. AP's. stepsisters right? How many? How many. Honestly I, I wanna read the rest of it just for our listeners, and also because I did not when I, heard this description I had never heard this particular version that her stepsisters ridiculed her, and scattered peas and lentils into the
Portland protesters tear down ‘racist’ statue of Thomas Jefferson
"High school protesters not to the Thomas Jefferson statue right off its pedestal a protester wrote the word slave owner on the pedestal president Jefferson owned more than six hundred slaves during his life political expert Dr Jim Moore from Pacific university expects to see more statues and symbols come down we're seeing it continue not only here in the United States that's happening around the world people are hitting the streets and saying we need to rethink is important to our society Annette Newell for CBS news
"There aren't many corners in the world to lift that would still hold culinary secrets. Recipes undiscovered by the white world but Indonesia is one such country with plenty of great food still waiting to gain global attention. All three shifts. Lara has now released a book. That's a great introduction to what intonation food is all about coconut and Somebo recipes from Indonesian. Kitchen he's out now and I met Larry to find out more. My experience of Indonesian cuisine rowing up in Sydney Australia. I felt really surrounded by Indonesian food and pots of the cultural growing up. Sorry Books Timoti Indonesia. It felt that Indonesian food culture with something that many Australians Newell they would know what nause glorious wars or Saute or or renting those kind of dishes but very familiar to millions because so many. Australians visit Bali in Indonesia on Holiday. But you know going. Further afield feather travel away from Indonesia. I realized that people don't really know understand those flavors and I do think for people here in the UK. Where where? I'm based in London? I think that there is an Indonesian community here. But there's an absence of the many restaurants. I grew up with growing up in Sydney so I think in the way that Indian cuisine and Indian restaurants in London bountiful. You'll find the same kind of thing in Sydney but here in London. I think they may be one to Indonesia and restaurants scattered across London. So I don't think has had a presence or had its moments in English food culture yet and I think that's because the community Indonesia community in England is so small. Indonesia was called Nice by the Dutch. So if you go to Holland there's a huge volume Indonesian restaurants. There that here in England you just say it and I think that might be why those flavors and those dishes on so well nine. He'll now how would you introduce Indonesian cooking to sedan? What have we been missing out on? So the Indonesian table is a really exciting ones than me and at the center of every Indonesian table is some ball which is a hot fiery Sheely that Indonesians will have at least one or two SOM- balls present at every dinner table at or at every meal time and they will eat a little bit of Samba with every bite of food. So it kind of seasons a meal in the same way that we would season food with solden pepe in the West. Almost you kind of have to think of it like that. The law so have rice or rices eating with every meal and in fact almost half. A plateful of rice will be on every Indonesian plate in Indonesia of say that if they have not eaten rice they have not eaten. So it's a really important part of their diet and also they'll be career poke which is an. Indonesian cracker is meant to stimulate the appetite. So it's kind of similar to a prone cracker there are so many different types of flavors whether they're prone or garlic squid but usually flavored with some sort of Emami element and that will always kind of convincing meal the cracking the crunching of the crew crackers but within the spice paste in the flavorings of Indonesian cuisine. You'll find garlic. Shallots Chili lemongrass gallon. Gal Jinja Cafe Lime Leaf lovely bowed punchy flavors and you'll often find those kind of mixed together in curry's with coconut milk. Call Stir fried with noodles or rice so Indonesia have a wonderful way of borrowing from other cultures and interpreting those ingredients into their own dishes so Indonesia was a huge trade route for thousand plus years. So you'll find a lot of influence of Indian spices saute was influenced by Middle Eastern kebabs noodles in soy sauce. Came from the Chinese and the Indonesian reformed. Soy Sauce added palm sugar and coconut sugar to it and created this luscious thick sweet soya sauce known as catch manus. So when you think of Indonesian food. It's very very diverse. There are six populated islands of the seventeen thousand that make up the archipelago and within each province in region. You will find different flavor profiles depending on what the external influences wherein who might have traded through that area historically so in your book. You've got a recipes. I'm wondering Helpers Arby's recipes did you have too much research to collect all these. It was a huge amount of research for me particularly because I grew up in Australia so while I grew up with Indonesian flavors. Thanks to my grandmother Paul. He lived with us for a few years. When I was little I had very strong food memories of her cooking for us when we were children. Beautiful Big platters of Bala knees chicken or heard nause goering or she'd make these lovely spiced lakes called who I peace get which kind of grilled under the oven each lay with grilled fragrant with cardamom and Ginger and cinnamon and so on. But as an adult. I moved to London nine years ago. And I was craving those flavors again so to me. The cookbook really was reconnecting with my grandmother's recipes. You know she passed away seventeen years ago. So the Cookbook. Almost started out really as a means for me to really get to know her again through her food and so. I spent quite a lot of time. Sticking with family members and extended relatives tried to kind of uncover my grandmother's recipes and what came out of that was my grandmother. Had written a couple of recipe books collected all of her recipes and these notebooks which is very rare in Indonesia because recipes are usually passed down verbally between the generations. So that was this remarkable discovery. That really kind of was the foundation of the cookbook that to me. I wanted to garner to Indonesian soil and research. There and I also wanted to share in the book. Not only my grandmother's recipes family recipes in the foods in memories that I grew up with but I also wanted to give the broader archipelago a voice and I wanted to meet locals from different parts of Indonesia Sumatra Java Bali Sulawesi and so on and meet with those locals and learn their family recipes recipes. That had belonged to their grandmother isn't so on so I spend a Lotta time traveling across Indonesia following my nose meeting a taxi driver. Who would tell me that? He's mother was a fantastic cook then. The next day I'd be in his village grinding a spice paste with his mother and learning their family recipes and it was a really remarkable experience so I spent about six months in Indonesia about two years ago collecting about three hundred recipes and then brought those recipes back to my kitchen in London and started whistling them down based on what local produce was available here in London. Things that we could actually recreated domestic kitchen and testing all those recipes and what came out of that other recipes in the book which are a collection of both my grandmothers recipes but also the recipes of these generous locals who were really so proud to share their family recipe with me. I feel it covers a lot of Indonesia but it really only scratches the surface because Indonesia is broad and diverse and food is central to everything.
"newell" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Is My conversation with Herbie Irby. Welcome to the special edition of Happier called your last decade. Welcome thanks for having me Jaime. It's such a privilege to be with you and certainly I know the staff. That lifeline loves listening to happy hour and loves just hearing you been grateful to be able to get to hear you speak so many times. In God's will using you master. That is really exciting. And just shout out to all of the ladies that Lifeline Dylan to the happy hour. They Hughes thank you. Thank you okay. So how we can have lifeline. Tell us a little bit about what you do. And how long have you been doing it and your family and all that Jazz? Yeah so again. My Name's Herbie Newell. And I've been the president and executive director lifeline for almost seventeen years seventeen years in. May of this year and the Lord has allowed me to be to see Just some tremendous things that he's been able to accomplish from you know being able to work in twenty five different countries to expanding its fourteen different states and really the crux of what we do is in our mission statement which is to equip the body of Christ to manifest the Glorious Gospel to Orphans. Inviolable children around the world so however we can equip the church to care for. Finns is really what we're going to hunker in and do and so if that's foster care if that's caring for single women going to crisis pregnancies if that's do adoption if that sue life skills and job skills of orphans around the world are equipping the global church to care for orphans. That's what we're all about and that's what we do. I love that it feels like a very large umbrella if I might say. You're like yeah store in my life. I'm leading a very large umbrella and I have a lot of questions but I tell me about your family. Real quick yeah so I have great opportunity of having my wife Ashley and we will have been married. Nineteen years this year. And we've been blessed with three children. We have caleb who's fifteen and learning to drive here in Alabama and so he will be sixteen this year as well and so I will have a driver and then I have a thirteen year old girl now and her name is adamant and she just turned thirteen and she's precious. But I know that I'm in for it with having teenage girl. I've heard that and then we have a ten year old little girl. That is the party of our house. she is the one that has absolutely no inhibitions and she keeps US laughing all the time. I love that so much. Okay so if my math is right ten years ago you had your child your parenting two kids. And you had been at lifeline for like seven years am I right. That's right exactly. Okay so tell me what your life look like in two dozen ten just summed up a little bit. But I know there's more ten years ago if you're looking back and you know I think we can see a lot of what our life looks like better looking back than when we're living in the moment so looking back to two dozen ten what was going on in your world going your live. What was going on at Lifeline? I would imagine that you guys have shifted and changed a lot over the past ten years and so tell me about that. Yes in the beginning of this decade. We actually were in a little dilapidated house off of highway. Two Eighty in Birmingham. Alabama is the only bricks and mortar office that we had at the time we had four rooms in this house. We shared it with another ministry in a kid. You not. It's hard to look back in the believes this. We had thirty two people working in Florida for rooms and so there were people literally with laptops in their lap sitting on the floor. We had absolutely just you know. We're pushing the walls at this house and we were just ready to move into a new building. Which would bring all thirty two people into a building that was more appropriate for size in as well. We were starting to see some growth into the state of Georgia. It was one of the first states that that we really felt that Laura's leading us into so it totally late things with completely different now. We have one hundred sixty. One staff members spread across fourteen states. We have in a fourteen bricks and mortar offices where people are going into every day. We have folks. They're working remotely so looking back ten years it's almost laughable to think of where we were but you know what I think is encouraging is I see how the Lord was working in that moment just as clearly as he was working in this moment in even reflecting back in thinking back. It reminds me that it doesn't matter what station were at. It doesn't matter our age doesn't matter what we think we have around us. You know the Lord is always working in doing things in the minute in the big in the small and the seemingly insignificant in. That's just been a great blessing of being able to think back to two thousand ten. I love that because I bet I'm GONNA guess I don't WanNa put words in your mouth and I want you to speak for yourself. But in two thousand ten you had to been wondering how are we gonNA keep work? How is this ever? GonNa do anything. How are we GONNA do this? This feels like not the best scenario for thirty two people to be working in for rooms and so it's interesting as we look back and we can see like man that was really hard but you had no idea what the next ten years was gonNA hold and you had no idea that fourteen states would be in two thousand twenty and so to me. It just makes me think of the people who are listening who feel a little bit like this cannot be how this is going to work out you know and so speak to your two thousand and ten south like what. What would you tell yourself then about? What you know is going to happen with lifeline with your ministry and you and your wife over the next ten years. I would look back at urban renewal and twenty ten and say brother first of all be content where you are and cultivate the folks around you the people around you and truly blossom where you're planted you know. I look back in by God's sovereignty not because of anything that I did but because of his complete sovereignty. He used that thirty to that group of thirty two people. He molded them together to become the core of what he would new. Yan- years later but at that time I didn't I didn't realize I was just thinking more of get these people more space you know. We're we're barely able to make payroll or Able to pay the meagre rid at this house and yet I've got to get them somewhere else and I was thinking all about the future. As opposed to being present in the moment in disabling those people will leading those people. Well loving on them well wrapping around them. Well that even at midst you know. My lack of leadership assaulted lured. Do something absolutely amazing because the majority of that core thirty to ten years ago are still with us today. That's what really Kinda neat and you look back and go. What and even some of those that over the last decade have have maybe gone away for a season because of children or because of life circumstances many of them have come back and they make a huge piece of who we are today as a ministry because they knew the intimacy of being together in four rooms. They knew the struggle of working hard and not taking for granted all the things that Lord is giving us not take for granted the resources and so I think the biggest reason thing I'd look back and just tell myself ten years ago is absolutely. Enjoy the moment that you're in you know. Make the most of the people around you in that moment. Entrust the Lord that he'll take care of the rest let's get. I think that's a really good wordpress right now. Two Thousand Twenty Harvey who as trying to tell ourselves do enjoy the moment because it's not enjoyable for a lot of people For very real reason there is a very difficult time for a lot of people Okay so you listed and I know this just from reading your bio. Is that you guys lifeline. Children's services is not just what you would typically think maybe like an adoption agency. That's not it at all And so can you tell me how it has changed in ten years over all of the different areas that you guys are working and I'd never heard mission statement before and I love it because it's this huge umbrella of whatever we can do to care for orphans and vulnerable and widow. That's what we're GONNA do. And that's like what the church is supposed to do. So tell me that changes that have happened in ten years under your ministry under your leadership. Yeah so you know in a lot of ways Going back to the future in a sense we were founded in eighty one with this whole idea that we were going to disciple women going through crisis pregnancies. That we're GONNA wrap around them and it was never about adoption and putting these children families. It was all about ministering to these women. We grew out of a crisis pregnancy network in a love crisis pregnancy centers. My wife was the director of win and did great work through that and we prayed for that and supported at but back in the eighties. You know these crisis. Pregnancy centers were really more evangelism specific. They share the Gospel. They give a pregnancy test and they would plead with a woman not to have abortion lifeline. Came around to say. How do we want these women through their journey? No matter what they decide. How do we care for them in love them throughout their pregnancy and then give them the resources they need? You know in in twenty twenty now. That's what a lot of the crisis. Pregnancy centers are doing holistically and so our ministry kind of morphed more into the adoption side of being adoption specific provider. And so. That's what I've found in two thousand and three but but being a student of God's Word I kept going back to God's word and I kept realizing that yes adoption was a beautiful piece of God's word but it really wasn't the crux of the commandment that God gave to his people. It was so much deeper so much more intimate and it really was for God's people you are to care for the vulnerable around you. The orphan the widow the stranger in the alien and by so doing you still migration you show. Gospel in you show my love and my justice mercy and so looking at passages like the book of Ruth and seeing what Boaz does for Ruth and how he loves on her and he speaks kindly to her and he cares for her. He provides for her most vulnerable position her most Vulnerable Place Studying James Twenty seven. Which is a word that a lot of we like to use an adoption circles in realizing that word was so deep when you study it through. God's scripture and it's got actually coming to the vulnerable in saying I care for you wherever you are however I can do that so the Lord and that really happened in twenty ten started opener is to say. Vulnerable families need to be advocated for just as much as one of the children because if we can advocate for vulnerable families and help them find purpose and significance and wholeness than those children will no longer be vulnerable if we can really wrap around churches around the world to have them care for orphans in their distress and we don't have to send all of these mission teams from the US to go for one week in care for a child in an orphanage or in a slum village we can instead the equipping our brothers and sisters to do this work holistically because they'll be there seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year and so that's really where I've seen the mission of of Lifeline. Change even to the point that now we are seeing indigenous believers adopt domestically in their own countries and it brings me much joy to see indigenous believers wrapping around fostering caring for in adopting children as any international adoption brings me joy. Yeah I am a big fan of that and we'll talk about your book that came out actually this year the beginning of this year and one of the reasons. I loved it so.
Social distancing prevents infections, but it can have unintended consequences
"Social distancing is an important way to slow down the spread of the corona virus we know that by now the keeping your distance from other people especially when things feel stressful and uncertain like they do that can be isolating and lonely NPR Sarah McCammon looks at how we are all trying to cope as a writer lily Burana already spends a lot of time working alone at home about an hour outside New York City and as an extrovert Brana says she relies on her social network to balance out those lonely hours it's really hard because at the end of the day I look forward to sending my laptop and taking my daughter to a playground or meeting a friend in a museum and all of those things have to be tabled for now I'm out of a sense of obligation to not turn myself into an accidental actor Rana said she's healthy as far as she knows but she's been voluntarily cutting out most social activities in an effort to do her part to slow the contagion she is relying on social media even more than usual to feel connected I don't know how people in TB cemetery instead right could you can just hop on Twitter and complain about out alone you were then given birth hour and chef from Noblesville Indiana isn't exactly worried about feeling alone it's limiting if you can imagine well being in the home with five boys birth our and his family are used to being at home together he and his wife home school their boys but the corona virus has them feeling more isolated than usual they're skipping things like church services and extracurricular activities and starting to feel a bit cooped up the six year old and a nine year old have some sort of mutual destruction pact they're going to kill each other I think so they're coping by organizing family game and movie nights at home we watch episodes of Star Trek together luckily we do enjoy being a family together so that's that's nice but it can be challenging Emily Newell says that she and her husband are adjusting to working at home in Portland Maine she's used to spending her days with students and colleagues at the university of southern Maine where she teaches sport management but now classes are being moved online bills kind of isolating and a little bit scary I don't think we were overly nervous about it additionally but our staff is kind of starting to shut down its cannot weird realization of like oh crap we might be you know just ask them to cast our apartment for awhile with her parents hundreds of miles away in Ohio Newell says the prospect of not being able to travel to be with them feels isolating to me and my mom will probably be annoyed I'll probably call my mom a lot you said she's also planning to cope by reading and staying in touch with her students online staying virtually connected is an important strategy for fighting social isolation says Austin bassin he's president and CEO of fountain house a New York City based charity that works to reduce the effects of isolation on people with mental illness call that friend you haven't talked to in years call your mother is as they would say and he says talk about how it feels to be going through this bass and also suggest re framing the way we think about this period of isolation by distancing yourself you're contributing to it a suicidal act of collective action that is not only protecting yourself but protecting others and so if we can see some community in that I hope that's a motivating an aspirational way of looking at something that is inherently difficult so in a way he says we can all be isolated together Sarah McCammon NPR
"newell" Discussed on Forever35
"You know the one Cosco and that does seem to help and like numerous people have given me mixed thoughts on Collagen. Yeah I think I haven't listened to it but I think Jane. Marie has an episode on it. Oh and the news of the training season of the dream. Yeah I mean it might be total BS. I don't know but I have actually really noticed. A correlation now the person who was zapping. My Bikini line was like don't do Collagen because it makes everything grow so it'll make your nail stronger but like also it's GonNa make your pubis stronger. Maybe I want strong pup- stream I don't judge. Yeah but but you know what I also would like to pronounce to be like strong. So they aren't always get caught like a thread and they rip. Yeah that's really frustrating. So that's been my journey so far and I think I have to have to fully walk away from the lake hard gels. Yeah all that stuff because it ultimately even though it looks so gorgeous in the moment and I can get all these fun extensions ultimately just kind of wrecks what's underneath which is my true nail so you need to love my true nail as much as I love fake nails vignal so much but you know I think you can save them for special occasions. I think you're right and tell them just doing them a couple times. A year is going to be fine. Definitely GonNA powder when I go on a family vacation and may vary but then maybe I'll take a step back so that's been my journey. Anyway thank you for listening and hearing me out of course any nail experts out there. We've been called out on our lack of nail expertise to visually so if anyone wants to weigh in Holler at me. Love to know your thoughts. But I've done like everything to strengthen my nails nail teats. Oh yes my mom and I like all through high school. I've done like horse. The stuff that like put goes I kind of feel like like things that promised to thicken your hair. The stuff is like for the most part. It's kind of like the hand you're dealt genetics. Genetic like there's not going to be a ton you can do just like there's not a ton I can do to have like a long mane of beautiful thick hair like it's just not going to happen. Do like how this is. All vaguely horse related. No worries along main. I mean yes you're right and I do think you know like the mini episode that we recently did talking about gray hair. Part of there is. There is a lot of self acceptance involved. Hopefully that is can be very hard anyway. Should we take a short break okay? Okay let's do our guest today. Is Beth Newell Beth? Welcome to old forever. Thirty five thank you. Thanks for having me. Were thrilled to have you a we start every interview with the bio. So we're going to read this and if we leave anything out let us know. Bethnal is the CO founder and editor of the Satirical Women's magazine reduc dress. She Co authored the new book. There's no manual. An honest inquiry wisdom about having a baby with Jackie Rees and the book how to win at Feminism and her work has been featured in the onion mic Sweeney's and the New Yorker. She hosts the PODCAST. We knows parenting along with her husband. Peter mcnerney and Beth was named by rolling stone as one of the fifty funniest people right now and one Time Magazine's twenty three people who are changing. What's funny right now? And perhaps funny. She gave birth to her daughter in the back. Seat of a Honda fit not a large car. A lot of room to really spread out all your birthing angles. Oh no but my. My pillow is in the car with me and she had me on my facing out the back of the car if that makes sense and it worked out pretty well so was she on the other side to catch the baby. She was in the back seat with me while Peter was driving the car. So I Didn't pull over. He did hello but Basically what happened was I. I must have been fully dilated without realizing it when we got in the car. Walking out to the car must have shimmied. My daughters had much lower and so when we were driving I told the Dula that wanted to push and she was. She was Austrian woman who is like do not push and then without trying to push. I had a contraction that just shot my daughter's head out of my body so yes I was like the head is out and then everyone just had to deal with it in the moment and she made it. And you're and you made it and Honda hooked you up with a new car my right. I remember this from twitter years ago. Yes a dealership in Brooklyn one hundred dealership gave us a free three year lease on a car which was great. Basically if you're going to give birth safely and can do it in a car Honda who had a Honda we. We're Honda driver. Crv will the SIERRAS. What the car we got and it was the car I had been telling my husband we needed to get for months and Right yeah I think I manifested it because our car. We brought it our car in for inspection that week and they said it was undrivable and not safe to drive so basically. We lost our car the week I gave birth and then I gave birth in my sister's Honda fit. Oh my God. Yeah Wow oh my God. That's so intense. Well we're really really happy to have you here. Obviously you're the right person to CO author a book that includes honest and gory wisdom about having a baby which we will talk about but could we kick things off by having you share a self care practice. Whatever that means to you does not need to be anything fancy or it could be but how do you find ways to take care of yourself especially as a person who is writing books running an internet company parenting being who'll yeah My biggest self-care thing I think is taking salt bats. I really Like to just get in the bathroom. Soak everything out of my body And I see it as kind of like a spiritual practice. 'cause as dumb as it sounds identify as an an path. I feel like I soak up a lot of energy throughout the day and so I get in the salt bath and I feel like it kind of takes that back out of me so we take us on the sturdy. You isn't there you're using EPSOM salt. I do a mixture of salt and sea salt and that is what my psychic recommended to me. I like sea salt. Lake the kind you just by the grocery store. It can't be that I've started ordering it in bulk on line so it's the kind of get. I think now like Dead Sea salt but the sea salt you get into grocery stores. Also fine new do a mix. Can we get the exact measurement? Just doing a complex one two one. S COPS. Yeah it's kind of one to one but I it's. It's like a cup each but sometimes I go overboard because I find that like the more salty. It is the better in terms of soaking soaking the bad energy. Out of me of path question again doing this every night. No it's only like once a week but I think if I'm going through a really stressful phase of my life. Sometimes I'll do it. I'll feel like I need to do it like every day and I really do. It's one of few things that helps outside of like exercise or getting a massage or something like that. I have a question about the logistics of very salty baths. Do you then feel like you have to like rinse with freshwater afterwards like do you feel like of a thin film of salt on you like you would when you go into the ocean. Yeah I usually rinse off in the shower right afterwards because it's very salty. That's hadn't I've been doing more salt baths myself but more for sore muscles than like energetic purposes. But I should rinse off after. I didn't even dawn on me that you're right like I'm just sitting in saltwater and thought about that but for our audience who might not be familiar with the term impact. Can you talk to us a little bit about what that means? And how you experience it. Yeah so Being an impact the idea is that you are more sensitive to the energy of people around you than other people. So you pick up on people's emotions on you pick up on the energy in a room and If you're not careful with it you are soaking up that energy in taking on if I was a more evolved 'em path with better boundaries. I might not have to take as many salt baths. I think there's a lot of protection techniques you can do like you can imagine a bubble around yourself when you go out into a crowded public. Plays on you. Can you know do chocolate? Cleansing meditations in different things But for me. I find that things like the bath or tactile thing like massage exercises more helpful. Because it's just I. It's sometimes hard to get into the head space of like really believing that the meditation or whatever you're doing is helping. Yeah and it's just I. It's funny because I think the term impact gets thrown around a lot in these spiritual circles by people who I don't think they always fully understand what it means because it sounds like it's just like it. Sounds like a mind reader in a fun way when in actuality I feel like I sometimes pick on people's energy without realizing I'm picking up on it so I'll be around someone in a bad mood and then suddenly I'm in a bad mood and it feels like the mood is about what I'm experiencing but I am not realizing that I just picked up somebody else's bad vibes so it's not as fun as it does. It sounds exhausting. I mean the bathing sounds fun but the other part sounds challenging. Yeah it's hard and I think Hopefully I will get better at it and not take on so much and like ideally. I would be kind of like witnessing other people's emotions and like being detached from them but it's it's very hard not to get sucked in so let me ask you and this is kind of a twofold question because you mentioned a psychic. I have. I don't know if I've talked about it too much on this podcast but I visited a couple of psychics in my day and I would love to talk about like how one goes about doing. What are the reasons behind it? What has the experience like? And then how does that factor into your life when you are a person whose job it is to also poke fun at these things like? How do you kind of find that balance between engaging in these practices and also finding the the humor in them if that makes sense?.
How Can I Prevent Breakouts From My Eye Mask?
"As you know. I love wearing an eye mask to sleep. An eye mask me. Oh like the thing that goes over. Your Eyes Okay. Yes yes a mask for your eyes for some reason. I thought you meant like like a skin-care yes no but I do feel like it makes me break out along. My hairline at my temples like where the elastic kind of hits my head. And I'm ninety nine percent sure that this is what is causing these these breakouts because when I stopped using the I'm ask for a few days. They like stop appearing to have one right now. Do I pick them? Okay just looking at your face trying to see it. But I don't see any kind of buried like in my hair okay. But they're kind of uncomfortable and I don't love it and also as we've discussed when I have I wanNA pick them. I don't WanNa like go down that road so I'm wondering if this is just how it is. What kind of mask are you wearing and wearing one? The someone who met us at the South by South West. I know that one they gave it to a gave it to us. And it's it's really nice and I wash ed like it's not it's not dirty but and I don't think it's because I've used other imus in the same thing happened right so it's just having. I think it's just that contact. Yeah is for some reason causing me to break out and I'm I think it I think it might just be. This is the way my my skin works. No I'm ask is going to be is going to really work now regards. I'm wondering what people if other people have had this issue and they have found something that works for them. I would love to hear what it is now. Are you willing to sacrifice and live the no? I'm asking life or do you. Is it really crucial to your sleep to have totally crucial like last night? I slept without an IM ask. I mean I will sleep. I've been sleeping without an MS for the last few days. Because I don't want to break out anymore but I'll go on and off like all I won't sleep with it for a few days and then everything will serve subside and then I'll go back and where it again for days after a few days on notice that zits coming back. Wow that's so fascinating I don't wear I'm ask consistently although I do really want to buy a fancy one The loonier brand. It's very substantial. Yeah which I feel like would make me break out. Even I feel like you need something that just has the little string. But that's also what you're wearing the actual string I think is what's causing the issue. Here's a question. I don't know enough about masks literally only just started using them for sleeping last year. Do they make like Tinier ones? Well what I do think they make. They make ones without the band. But just sort of like mold to your face thinking of and this is going to beat me and also reference a horrible choice I made in my past. I'm thinking of tanning goggles. Yeah something that totally. Which if you didn't grow up going tanning beds in the late nineties. I will tell you used to get a little tiny para goggles that you put over your eyes and then you'd stand tanning bed and it was not a good choice that I am proud. It's on a choice. I'm proud of but I did occasionally do it. Story scrolling on her phone. I'm as far. They all look big. They all look quite big. There's a two hundred sixty five dollars Saatchi home. I'm the one for you. Two hundred sixty five dollars. That's so the only thing that I'm wondering is what if I did something where it's like the the the strap is almost thicker like. I wonder if that would help. Maybe it's the rubbing drug I think it's the rubbing of the strap and I wonder if because the strap is so small and narrow that it like rubs more and so I wonder if a thicker strap would actually be better because like the the the friction would be like more distributed. Yeah I'm wondering what's causing is at the is it the contact and the friction or is it just having your skin covered for nine or eight or seven or four hours a night but then when you think I would be breaking out all my face. Yeah so I'm not I'm not breaking out on my face where the actual mask is. I'm only breaking out at the point of contact. Seems like a real history. We need the skin care active. Imagine if we wrote a cozy mystery about solving what's causing your is it the I don't know the answer to that because it's so confusing to me what causes breakout again. Correlation might not be causation. Your favorite Mike to say to say I believe I have isolated the issue like I believe it is an eye mask shoot but maybe it isn't. Maybe it's something else that I'm not even thinking of that. Just coincidentally coincides with when I wear an eye mask
Am I Glowing?
"Do you think my skin looks good right now. Yeah I do. Do you think looks like better than normal or the same not to put you on the spot judge my skin but do I have glow you but I think you always have a glow. I recently Tried a new product that we've mentioned listeners. Had written about and I like. Oh Yeah have to try that. I'll give it a go and then we'll try to things I did. I mask okay on Saturday night. Watching my new obsession love is blind same and that mask tightened and made me glow doesn't normally happen and I was like what was your mass. Okay hold on brought it here. It's five Yuna Divine. All seasons bio cellulose mass. Wow where did you purchase this? I didn't purchase it. My friend gave it to me so I didn't buy it okay and I was just like well. I'll give this a go. Sure why not and then it was like I looked in the mirror. It was also like nine o'clock at night and I was in pajamas watching. Tv On my phone. It seemed like a good mask like going out because my skin looked height Like just like in a good way. Yes but then Dorie I use this yesterday. This tart. Knockout tingling treat then which many listeners wrote into us about as a duke for P. Fifty. Oh yes and I was like mom it just gives us a go and then I woke up and my yesterday after I did it. My skin looked so rate and smooth that I was almost like am I. Am I playing mind games with myself and I used it again today. Which probably isn't the best idea. Because it's because it's chemical so oh whoops it's ten. It's ten percent acid complex a blend of salicylic and lactic acids. Oh Yeah and then I lathered my doctor al-Qaeda's oil on after so I'm just giving it like. I don't know when you use new skin care and you're like am I glowing or is this just my brain wanting my face to glory so wear. My Skin looks sneer. Scare does look really good of and I don't know if it's the stuff. Yeah I don't know anyway just. Fyi How often are you really supposed to use that? Well I normally only use like my Pixie Glow. Contact me as a chemical expedient once a week right right right the recommendation of Courtney Chissano yes facialists to the stars stars being us so I would imagine it's a once a week thing and I grabbed just because I was like taking around my little like been of skincare stuff. The other two products so a lot of people recommended this as a dupe for illogic. Reshare P fifteen. Which have you started using again? I have not. Are you over it. I'm not over okay. I just I feel like I've been giving my skin a little bit of a break from chemical experience. Not for any like real reason. I still occasionally use this. Totta Harper resurfacing serum But I do like that. Actually kind of reminds me of good genes. Oh interesting honest. But I haven't been using a ton of them and yeah I mean I. There was a time when I was using using the P fifty. Like almost every when we started this. Podcast you're an everyday P fifty user. Yeah and that. That quickly proved excessive. It was to exfoliating. Yes but I don't know maybe I'll go back to it I did. I did really swear by it. Yeah like you were a die. Hard advocate and. I did not find that it really did much. And then I purchase this other stuff by Yuna Which is another kind of exfoliating. It's vinegar smelling. I think actually does have vinegar in it but I didn't have. I didn't actually really see any results with that. And that's why after using this tar knockout tinkling treatment. Stuff and I said yeah after one use. It is a little sticky going on out. Doesn't have all the ingredients on this. Probably just on the box live to give it a googles. Yeah I I was Kinda like well. Hello Hello you okay. So it has a lot of ages. Yes that's why like I should probably only be using it once a week. Especially CONSIDERING AMERICA. You are slathering on sunscreen right yes. I SLAPPED HER ON CENSORING EVERY ACT. Because when you say you've got two sons anyway so that so. I didn't mean to put you on the spot of like look at my face and judge it but I was genuinely curious if I'm just imagining things if something's happening. I think you're looking
Industry is key to climate change fight, says UN industrial development chief
"This is Matt Wells at U. N. News the UN Industrial Development Organization UNIDO works towards poverty reduction inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability and that mandates crucial to the battle against global warming. That's the view of direct to general the young who spoke to you and uses marshy lead to discuss a range of issues from tackling climate change range managing the private sector's contribution to the sustainable development goals and you need those efforts to foster digital infrastructure across Africa he began by expanding the significance consider Mondays climate action summit here you and headquarters why it's so meaningful for UNIDO to contribute to climate summit because it is saying about thirty percent of the emission actually generated by the air industry manufacturing and also one third of the electricity power actually consumed by the manufacturing sector so this is as a con of reality a kind of challenge for the manufacturing future industry and UNIDO as on collision of course we promote manufacturing industrial development for developing countries but you walk kind of way is a big question question. Do we follow the traditional way footprint. Well we try to be innovative this. This is a water as I become digi of UNIDO twenty thirteen and we started with extensive discussion and a set up a new agenda agenda or mandate which is inclusive and sustainable industrial develop inclusive and share the prosperity already among all the people leave. No one behind for Industrial Development Sustainability is really green industry sustainability of industry manufacturing and a wichita focusing on the reduction of emission so we need to change shoot shoot traditional way of the consumption of energy and the traditional way of the producing emission and with new technology allergy with the new policy available for Oma States so that is our tasker a work now. I'm ver- happy this inclusive and sustainable industrial development become. SDG Go nine which is inclusive sustainable in that transition innovation and the infrastructure now. I'm very happy now. We moved ahead of his agenda. UNIDO creator lots of projects audience programs convenient function connected to the contribution of the Climate Change Agenda of Francis a we have a renewable Newell Energy Efficiency Program. This is a very big program for all member countries. We have the Green Industrial Conference. There's a focusing on the industry we have the Vienna and deform co-hosted with other partners focused on renewable renewable energy. I understand private. sector has been playing an increasingly important role in helping facilitate the partnership. How do you understand the importance of price activate in playing a role to promote initiatives work price as a partner one of the important potent group of partner of course Governmental Power Dilemma Financial Institution Academia and we we have a UN agencies or brother Sister Agency. We are the pound but why we focus on the private sector as as one of the important engine for you need those inclusive sustainable in touch association process because our program when we move ahead. It's connected to practice it. Companies it connected to the local community maybe stuff from individual farmers start start ups and also the big companies but via from privacy and also when we move ahead of his some of the program will I to generate more impact of the project because we create a job food agro-processing manufacturing activities supported youth to have jaw support a women to have Joel and and that is a big concept of the private sector and we are very happy we worked very closely with the Global Compact the the UN there the headquarters of the privacy at those big companies small company all of the world obviously Africa's still needing a lot of assistance from the international community in many areas including innovation and now it infrastructures how you need to carry Al this job in Africa of course innovation as always very dynamic without innovation. I don't believe this world. We'll move ahead. This science technology will be developed and therefore you need the operation we could keep traditional way of if to embarrass individual projects for fifty years and the we enjoy very much a conspiracy wet local community where however when we move ahead with this SDG twenty thirty s did you go nine it puts innovation air as one of the pillar and then how to achieve inclusive sustainable in touch as we through the individual projects. It takes maybe ten thousand miles road. If we use the innovator way support a country you start from industrial strategy edgy on the subsectors for a whole industrial sector us the human resources you the national endowment use the compatibility ability being billed there will be much faster the ten thousand miles road or be greatly shortened that is what what we are doing with innovative approach to support a country we created a PCP program for country Polish focusing on individual strategy did you industrial policy advice to the country based on the national priorities and infrastructure is so critical ago we say it's connected connecting it to rolled connected to electricity conduct conduct to water and those that concept of the infrastructure when we move ahead industrial development infrastructure stretcher must be there otherwise we cannot to the industry with all the water without electricity without transportation. It's not industry. Maybe go back to the farm meaning. They still need infrastructure. So that's very important area for you need to support we are not on sation was a beer funding for infrastructure but we add on Asian could provide advisory services advices for the strategy to develop infrastructure connected to our programs like industrial pumps ops integrated egger industrial parks and a special economic zones and we mobilized resources from those international development institutions from agency and from the private companies that Tis what are we are doing and one of the issue I just lied to to to mashing it to before conclusion and the infrastructure trickiest specially for the digital infrastructure now people talk about the industrial revolution but a EH connected to more than eighty. Maybe year ninety kinds of technologies but those technology will be run on infrastructure a stretch of road. That is a digital infrastructure we now advice those countries especially developing country poorest country least developed countries to setup agenda to develop digital infrastructure.
"newell" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"Abbott is the god damn man the guy. I forget the guy's shaquille sean sean he played for u._c._f. Baller alert then him and his brother both played for the seattle seahawks and he and he's good. He's a defensive back right yeah yeah yeah but so they're born like that man. That's what's crazy right like the bill cord gets wrapped around the arm or you know <hes> <hes> got fox kurt fox the comic he his daughter wrapped around her hands or hand was born like almost like fused together but they can do surge to open it up but it just might you're lucky is just a hand or something like that. You know yeah she came griffin who had his hand emptied as a foil because of a rare birth defect act <hes> so i wonder if he's the same way out of it <hes> shaq shaq queen yeah shaquille griffin him and his brother ballers. There's been <hes> be back <hes> nick newell what nick knows doing because if i bake your see how many people actually have that same tissue as nick nolan <hes> shocking orsha queen and also jim abbott so it's kind of like there's no longer player who has yeah. It's pretty cool to see kids kids. You know if if you are you do have that issue that kids can look up to them like oh shit man. They're doing it. You know yeah don't that with one arm can't imagine <hes> <hes> the other fights you boy david rickles continues to fight <hes> <hes> which is the most fights and bill torrey history now jesus christ that batali <hes> minakov verse. Tim johnson was pretty filthy. Poor tim last second change about a week notice. Maybe even like a day or two days before it's a tough go. The tallis no pun because i think she i think hollywood in i think he wait in diddy weird because that's a good fight too hot air. Why your hobby verse batali..
"newell" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"You'll welcome nick. New aman finally got a shot at the big leagues well he kind of shot on. I was gonna say dancing with the stars with stains thing dana dana white contender-cities very similar dancing with the stars <hes> acronym yep <hes> <hes> yeah so he has start there. They pass them so he went over to u._f._c. I'm so i went over to bella tour first round submission man not bad not bad for guy with one arm one arm thoughts gentlemen on newell no. I think he's great. I'm just saying being dour going over this before. What were you guys going over. Are we still await. What's the argument first of all how how did he get brought up well. I don't know how it got brought up. You keep bringing it up that it's an advantage advantage. I said people make it sound like it's the worst first disadvantage but i'm like. I see advantages there. Let's hear what would be the vantage having if he has an arm and a mixed martial arts. I know he's still at a disadvantage by people are making. It seem like he's like like helpless but he's no like if he has you in a rear naked choke. The chances of you get that getting out of that is pretty pretty hard not really with what harm chin because he's is locking out with his name's hickson gracie i do it. It'd be goddamn. Impossible jokes about vans. I don't train you guys. Do you so you so you think it's not that much of a disadvantage haven't went on. I think he's definitely disadvantaged but not as crazy as people make it out to be. I mean i which is basically saying things. You can't peel an arm like if the guy there's no you have nothing you'll get in that position with one arm also chokes on one side then yeah you on your side defend that amazing ending at show if someone's on his back on his back it's game over to play hand stand up. You know exactly what's coming. You just have to avoid one hand. Yeah also cake him in the head. Though you can kind of block and i m like do this wing up there he liked. Does that gives like that. It's a real real no district nick newell wing. I don't i don't call but you you he. Is that up there but you get a real like co cobb yeah stephen wonderboy thompson kicker yeah. It's in barbara's a kicker. That ain't gonna help man. I mean if he stands orthodox jab do good for him. Wow jen how dare you you think that's an advantage no on saying hear me out. It's not as crazy. Disadvantages people might be the most disadvantaged fighter ever see in my life. Let me ask you this. Would you rather be nick newell with one arm now or michael business with one eye fighting at the highest level fighting for world title with one. I a a lot of his fights he had one. I think that's pretty crazy. I'd rather be neither of them but if i had to pick out probably rather be nick. No i would hope is but business doing against rock cold and you know even fighting kelvin gas love and these guys what's what's nick newell. Is you know he's born that way. Right and sometimes kids are born that way because the arm gets tangled from bill umbilical cord or something hang up. Sometimes it goes around the kids next other super screwed rude but when it goes around the arm it doesn't get circulation but if you remember these guys like jim abbott abbott the pitcher. There's guys who who are bored like that. There's the football all player for the seattle seahawks. <hes> who ran a four three in the forty jim abbott had one arm during the goddamn thing. What jim abbott is doing is less impressive than what nick knowles doing fighting a grown man with one arm. It's pretty crazy also taken down and shit a little respect chin. Cheon is bullshit. It's just now <hes> advantage. I don't say it's an advantage. You don't think it's as big as this crazy a decision on crazy dad. It's nuts jim..
The Wolves of Denali
"To the conservation podcast episode one eighty three three today's guest is a filmmaker working document the complex situation unfolding in denali national park surrounding the management of this areas wolf population my name's ramey newell and i am an independent documentary filmmaker <hes> and i'm based in british columbia but i am an american and i'm currently working on a feature length documentary project that explores a forty year controversy surrounding attractive land adjacent to denali national park and specifically the way that <hes> <hes> hunting and trapping regulations impact the local community there <hes> and even more specifically regulations pertaining to the hunting and trapping of predators so wolves and grizzly bears mostly. How did you learn about this issue and like what inspired you to you know embark upon this this <hes> this project <hes> you know this idea to tell the story yeah. Wolves have been in the news quite a bit recently. <hes> especially around yellowstone and issues regarding like you said wolf predation and conflicts between ranchers and denali is really fascinating being in that <hes> there is no ranching community around denali so the conflict around wolves up there is a little bit different than it is in the lower forty eight <hes> i i became involved in this issue <hes> partly because of a previous film that i made with <hes> an individual down in colorado where there's currently a push to reintroduce he introduced wild wolves and so alaska wildlife alliance which is a very small <hes> wildlife advocacy organization up in alaska had seen that film and so contacted me about possibly exploring this issue and like i said this is a this dates back forty years in alaska and this conflict has been unabated baited during that time and <hes> you know wildlife advocates have been fighting for increase protections <hes> specifically for wolves in this area for decades <hes> <hes> and also to some extent bears and they've had limited successes for a while there was a buffer zone in place that did limit the hunting and trapping of wolves but that was rescinded in two thousand ten so this is an ongoing controversy and conflict in this area and i was contacted by alaska wildlife reliance to possibly do a film about it and <hes> so i spent several months looking into the issue and it became very quickly apparent to me that this says not only a really compelling story but also a really important one that points to a lot of larger issues regarding how we relate to <hes> animals and how we relate twelve places and <hes> larger conservation themes. Let's dive into the issue itself because you know as you mentioned there is is no ranching community surrounding denali national park right and like that's what we associate like most of the conflicts regarding wolves. I feel feel like a lot of it is is connected to conflicts between the ranching community who fear that wolves are gonna predate their livestock doc <hes> but if that's not an issue in denali up in alaska you know what is it. You know what what is the fear like. What's is creating this this conflict. I guess yeah that's what's really fascinating about. This specific story is that there is no fear are predation on livestock. Alaskans don't have livestock the climate is too harsh to raise cattle up there so they consider their moose and their other ungulates to sort of be their livestock doc as far as <hes> harvest and feeding your family especially in more rural communities and statewide there definitely is a narrative around controlling rolling predators in order to ensure harvestable levels of ungulates <hes> and you know the science that <hes> indicates that this is an effective strategy strategy is <hes> not really that clear but that is the theory behind statewide predator control programs now the specific fick conflict in and around denali national park doesn't really re <hes> involve predator control policies per se because predator control is enacted by the estate so state agents will actually go out and call wolves embarrassed to supposedly protect ungulates however in this one area of land which which is called the the wolf townships or the stampede corridor predator control programs are not at issue so the issue is actually a handful of hunters there's and trappers whose livelihood depends on hunting and trapping wolves and bears and they legally harvest wolves and bears near the boarder with denali national park in this strip of state owned land and wildlife advocates point out that most of these animals <hes> at other other times of the year <hes> mostly inhabit protected denali national park lands and then during the winter head out into this area of state controlled land which then exposes them to hunting and trapping so they argue that it's really the park animals that are being killed in this area and that's why protections should the increased. You know you're saying that that this issue is focused on this one relatively small area where there's a group of people whose livelihoods depend depend on predator trapping how right like how are these people earning money trapping predators <hes> yeah <hes> and that's one of the things that <hes> is quite confusing for a lot of folks especially in the lower forty eight so alaska is pretty unique in america in so far as a you know a large portion of its population lives what we would consider to be fairly off grid right so a lot of them. Don't even have running water or electricity like trysofi. <hes> they really are fairly resilient. People who tend to live off the land a lot of them build their own houses. It's really pretty incredible and i've been fortunate to hugh be able to connect with a lot of these <hes> really fascinating and <hes> really down to earth during the process of of of making this film <hes> mm-hmm and so yes there are people whose livelihoods depend on what we might consider a leisure activity or <hes> <hes> what a lot of people <hes> view as sort of antiquated way of life right but it is a way of life so in this specific area of land which like you said is relatively small and it's about one hundred and eighty square miles the people who are hunting and trapping are earning a living from <hes> the harvesting of predators primarily as hunting adding and trapping guides so <hes> there are a couple of people who guide both in state and out of state <hes> hunters and trappers to <hes> up harvest a variety of local wildlife ranging from moose and caribou and dall sheep to bears wolves as well <hes> so yes a a lot of these folks are what you would consider to be trophy hunters but there are also subsistence hunters and trappers who <hes> harvest what is referred to as for bearers <hes> which would be wolves and bears and martin and other animals that are trapped for their fur and they do recoup <hes> at several hundred dollars dollars for a wolf pelt so <hes> they sell those at places like the for rondi in anchorage every year <hes> which is around the same time as the i did rod i believe in so it's a gathering of people who are looking to buy and sell for so <hes> those are the ways is it which people earn a living from the harvest of predators. Obviously there are people in alaska that are a part of these communities that are very much opposed used to <hes> this hunting at least in this specific area because of the proximity to denali national park. I mean what what's what's sort of the ultimate goal like what are they. What do they want to see in an ideal scenario. Yeah you're definitely correct that there are hundreds and trappers whereas who disagree with what's going on in the wolf townships there are certainly some who think that you shouldn't be hunting and trapping right next to the park boundary period and there are others who object to the means and methods that are being used <hes> one example is the method of bear baiting which is legal all under a alaska hunting and trapping regulations which allows you to set up <hes> registered bait stations where you use a variety of food bait to lure bears to a specific site so that you can then shoot them and again this is legal under alaska law and it is a method that's utilized in the in the wolf townships in stampede trail and so even within the local hunting and trapping community you get disagreements about what methods should be used what constitutes ethical behavior <hes> so you know it would be a mistake to paint all hunters and trappers with the same brush and i run into that issue over and over again that people are adamant commit that they're not being lumped in with other hunters and trappers that they consider to be unethical and that's an important distinction to make so wildlife advocates have been n <hes> pushing for increased protections specifically for wolves in this area for a long time like i mentioned and what they would like to see is a reinstatement reinstatement of what is widely referred to as the buffer zone which was in place from about two thousand two thousand and ten and that sort of enacted did a moratorium on the hunting and trapping of wolves in that area specifically to protect the packs that primarily reside within the park and have been studied in denali national park continuously for eight years <hes> so denali is the only national parks property that in the early nineteen hundreds did not completely lately eliminate its wolf population so the reason that yellowstone is in the news a lot with <hes> wolf reintroduction is that they were reintroduced and they had to be reintroduced because they were eliminated -tated <hes> from the park in its early days denali didn't do that so it's had a continuous wolf population for the entire history of the park and starting starting in the nineteen thirties they were <hes> began to be formally studied by park biologists and have been studied since then so it's one of the longest runnings biological article studies of wolves in the world super fascinating and i know that's one of the threads that you're following in your film. Is you know that active wolf research. That's going on in the park. If we look at you know you're you're talking a little bit about the history of denali national park <hes> and you the you know this specific area. The wolf townships that you're talking about is kind of like it's kind of like this finger that like sticks into the park itself right and and it's like you know when you're in the wolves townships right like on three sides of you. You're surrounded by denali national park right so i guess like the first sort of fundamental question is like like why you know like is there some historic reason as to why the wolf townships were not included in denali the only national park and is there anybody like advocating to included as a part of the park yeah so that is sort of a fascinating eating history so denali national park was founded in nineteen seventeen primarily as refuge for dall sheep and the dall sheep were <hes> under threat because because they were being harvested to feed crews that were building the railway up there and so that's why denali national park was originally founded and for the first several role <hes> decades <hes> like almost more than sixty years of its existence it consisted of about two million acres and that original a two million acres is still referred to as sort of the core of the
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"But leaving rig rendezvous schools, we could talk a little bit about the school. Well, first of all how is I'll probably get this wrong. Tottenham Tottenham Tottenham. How are they doing that doing well there in the semi final Champions League? So they play the second leg tomorrow night. Okay against I x. From the Netherlands that one down. They lost the hometime one new. But once once hopeful they can pull that back. So that and probably end up full league. Settle in the league's done they've done really well with limited resources, they compete against the other teams like Liverpool man city Chelsea and also got more resources go deeper depth in swat. And so they've they've done very well. So they're in the they're in the same division or same league as man city and arsenal. Yeah. So man city livable's going to win the league. Okay. Then it's probably going to be Chelsea and then taught them, and then also and then mandated, okay? That'll be the. That'll be where it low fold out and Man United finishing six. Yeah. Yeah. They've had a they've got all the money on the planet. They do value franchise. Our and the last time I was backing you fire the coach just find that they find the coach. And and the team was doing well until the loss. He's having games. Young guy. It's good. I mean, he's an ex United plaza from from no away. It's good bring in some youth. And and hopefully, they can turn it around because it's always good to see United doing well livable doing well man city as long as my team does. Well. Unhappy with teams your team again is Tottenham Tottenham Putnam from Newell
Trump says he is holding big Pharma accountable in opioid fight
"One third of Americans say, they know someone addicted to opioids or someone who has suffered in overdose. That's according to a new poll released this morning by NPR and episode's north country. Public radio's Brian man reports the opioid epidemic has wrecked families and overwhelm social service addiction treatment programs across the US. This new poll found its top issue for Americans. And a lot of them blamed big drug companies that aggressively marketed prescription opioid painkillers. Mallory Newell is a research for episodes who worked on the poll, I think one thing is really clear that the belief that pharmaceutical companies should be held responsible for making opioid abuse worth. Nearly sixty percent of Americans agree with that that support cuts across party lines. President Trump addressed the addiction crisis yesterday in Atlanta, promising big pharma companies would. Would be held
The new mediocre: the world economy
"Hello. And welcome to the intelligence on a communist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. In the Suhel vast swath of land that stretches across the African continent. There's a worrying trend jihadists of several stripes growing in number and in influence, we tag along with an international training exercise aimed at preparing African forces contained a threat. And you might think that the public's interest in the world's changing climate has been on a steady rise you'd be wrong, a dive into data about online searches reveals that climate concern comes and goes. First up though. Over the past six months, a pessimistic picture of the world economy has been emerging speaking at the US chamber of commerce last week Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund issued a warning the global economy is at a delicate moment. Only two years ago. Seventy five percent of the global economy experienced an upswing. So it was a synchronized growth acceleration for this year. We expect not seventy five but seventy percent of the global economy to experience a slowdown in growth. Exactly the opposite of what we had. The IMF later today. We'll be publishing its forecast for the year. Simon Cox are emerging markets editor based in Hong Kong. We already know little bit about it from a speech Christine Lagarde gave she pointed out that they'll be cutting their forecast. They had expected back in January world economy to grow by about three and a half percent sheer. So it sounds like they're going to shave some off that forecast. However, she did emphasize the left is not expect a recession this year. So it's a slow down and one that should autumn out by about mid year in nephew. And why are we seeing this Loda? So the slowdowns quite broadly based the guard pointed out that a variety of countries have slowed down from last year. China has been trying to slow the growth of credit for some time. Now, there's also been of course, this trade will trade tensions between China in America have damaged sentiment. More broadly earlier in two thousand eighteen we saw the Federal Reserve raising interest rates which caused a of problems for variety of emerging economies and euro-zone to seems. Perennially weak takes very little seems to slow its momentum. So order these things happening together have added up to a slight gloomier outlook the me had props year ago, and is any one of those factors dominant in this lowdown. So the trade war has attracted most of the headlines. I think the feds raising interest rates and China's efforts to curb leverage, probably more important. Although it has to be said the trade war has inflicted greater damage on sentiment than I would have expected. It's not so much the practical concrete effect of the tariffs. It's more this notion that two of the world's biggest economists consi I and no longer working in concert to try and keep the economy going and with this downturn than in prospect, what can policymakers around the world due to to get ready to make his already taken some measures. And most importantly, the fed has signaled that it won't be raising interest rates again anytime soon, I think that pose an interest rates has been quite bawdy welcomed by financial markets. And I think it came just. In time a little bit too late. And also China has also turned attention away from curbing leverage towards shoring up growth, and in the past China's been quite effective in reviving demand when it decides to so those both measures that policymakers have already taken and then looking more broadly with always very much welcome Germany's splurging bit. Why would that be such a singularly helpful factor to mini vans, quite tight public finances? It's obviously the biggest economy in the zone surrounded by much weaker economies that would benefit greatly from the spillovers of higher German spending. So the one Konami that's really in a position to spend more refuses to and that leaves its neighbors who aren't really in a position to spend more having to do so to try and up to mind in their own conham is so euro-zone as a whole exports demand weakness to the rest of the world when it really should be pulling its weight. So you mentioned one of the big factors here is fed sort of pausing in its rate increases is their case for a cut. I think possibly one of the perennial worries about this recovery is the central banks have not yet been able to quote, unquote, normalize monetary policy that they haven't been able to raise interest rates to what historically would have been more normal levels that matters in particular if there's a downturn because impasse recessions central banks had to cut interest rates really quite severely in order to offset recessionary impulses. And they sent me don't have room to do that anymore. Now the best insurance policy against having to cut heavily is to cut a little early. And so there's perhaps a case for the fed to cut even if that results in a little bit too easy. The damage that would do is very little in comparison with the damage of cutting too late that is US might of heat a little bit might have a little bit above target inflation something that really would concern. Nobody very much at all. So there is perhaps a case for the fed to be preemptive. The only nuance is that if the fed now did that would be seen as a bit of a sign of panic. Because they seem to be while the set against doing that absolutely have to so in the the worry with growth forecast that look like this one will is that we're headed for kind of another global recession. How do you see things playing out this time give us give us cause for optimism? So there are few signs that quote has bottomed out actually undulated number from China wasn't too bad German industrial production was okay, the US labor market still looks reasonably robust, although earnings growth has been a bit disappointing. So we have a number of lax from the data just getting numbers for March. Now, the lag in the processes, right? So it'll of prepared this report using data that might now be several weeks old, and as Christina guide said in speech, economic weather is very unsettled. It's changeable, and so it's possible. That's hope that the slowdown has already finished and seeing the first signs of stabilization, perhaps even a modest uptick in growth. So as as you say things are unsettled if things are. Actually on the up, and perhaps we haven't you know, crunched the numbers yet for how much it's on the up what might threaten that other whole variety thinks that could still destabilise growth, we've never really been able to get back to a fully healthy economy that's growing at its full potential without a lot of help from monetary policy. So you can think of I don't know the disruption from Brexit would obviously be obvious danger signed seven Newell of trade tensions. It's remarkable. How Optimus dick snatcher markets are about to deal between China and Trump, and yet we've been hearing that as a deal imminent for quite long while now without it actually happening. So there are a number of risks years ago. Christine Lagarde actually coined this phrase, the new mediocre, it was her take on the more common phrase, the new normal and her point was that you global growth was not as often as it had been Patou still pretty disappointing by historical standards, looking back over ten or twenty years. And I think that's where we're at. You know, the good is never that. Good. Hopefully, the bad won't be awful. Really stuck in this new mediocre right somewhere between cautious optimism and get used to it. That's right. Simon. Thanks very much for your time. It's It's my. my pleasure.
Washington's Inslee puts climate change at center of presidential bid
"It's been said that nothing is stronger than an idea whose time has come and for my next guest. Washington state governor Jay Inslee that idea is climate change. And that idea is time has come he staked his run for the White House in twenty twenty on what he calls America's climate mission. And his campaign platform says that quote, defeating climate change is the defining challenge of our time. And that it must be the foremost priority for the next president. That's a bold statement considering that climate change was practically a non issue in the last presidential election. There were no specific questions about climate policy in the debates, and according to the environmental new site, grist only, five minutes and twenty seven seconds were spent talking about climate change across all three presidential debates. That's two percent of the total talking time. So has the tide turned. Is the American public ready for a candidate who embraces this issue? That's what we're going to be talking about on our question to you listeners. How important is climate change compared to other national issues when it comes to winning your vote in the next presidential election on eight four four seven two four eight two five five eight four four scientific you can tweet us at scifi governor Jay Inslee as governor of Washington state. He's jumped into the pool of democratic presidential candidates for twenty twenty welcome to sign Friday governor, you bet it's the best day of the week. Thank you. Happy Friday because of you. Complimentary. Get you everywhere you've been called a single issue candidate. Would you disagree with that name? Yes. Because climate change is not a single issue. It's all issues. It's a matter of saving our economic assets where we had one point six billion dollars in lost because of leading west on the downside. The upside it's the number one job creator in United States in the next several decades clean energy jobs today are going twice as fast as the rest of the economy. The number one job fastest growing jealous. Today's solar installer. Never to wind turbine technician. So it is as much an economic promise as it is an environmental peril. It's a health issue. Look, it's with the thousands of our kids are suffering from from fossil fuel pollution, increasing the range of infectious diseases because of insect vectors loss of life during during hurricanes and heat waves. It's a national security issue. We know that the Trump is trying. To ignore the clear warnings from the Pentagon, and our intelligence services that this is a national security threat because we know that increasing droughts have potential to drive mass migrations with consequent political instability in violence. So it's not just a single issue is all of the issues, and is one that we have no more opportunities. This is our last chance. And when I've learned when he was governor as I've been for six years in the most successful economy in the United States you need to make priority decisions. It's one of the first functions leadership, and what I am saying is defeating climate change has to be the first foremost and term on duty of the next semester. Ration- because it is our last chance if you look at the clearest science fi report, it is becoming quite obvious that we've gotta move right now. Someone so much of the impacts of climate change that you were taking off there also seem to be included in the the green new deal that is working its way debating through congress, would you if you were still serving in congress, would you have your name among its co-sponsors? I think this has been a welcome development. I wrote a book accosted a book in two thousand seven that basically set out a vision for economic growth round clean energy. So I really welcome a wet. This is done to light up interest in this as as you indicated it's really important to get climate change on people's radar stope, and this has been very successful getting into the national conversation. It's also been very successful raising the scope of people's ambition. This cannot be just a check the box kind of issue. It has to be dominant organizing principle, the United States and insert. It's it's engaged. More communities in this discussion marginalize means frontline community just color in poverty that was the first victims of climate change. And so it's made clear something I believe that. As we go through this transition to decarbonised economy and a clean energy economy. We have to make this not. Just the transition. It has to be just transitioned so everyone can participate. So now, we start the heavy work at hard work of developing the policies that hopefully will follow what we've done in Washington right now, we're of beating the efforts in Washington state. And I hope we keep that that ball rolling. So how do you answer people who say addressing climate change is is too expensive? Or they want to take your hamburgers away from you. Well, I just say baloney. You know, I was having a discussion with big McCain of you a couple of weeks ago, and she was seeing exactly that. But, you know, Democrats take away your planes and your your railroads in your car. And I said, well, that's interesting Megan because as of this moment, I had a shiny blue General Motors all electric bowl. It was made by the American workers and Oreo on Michigan. And that's the type of destiny that we have. Usually, we'll have a president to unite the edgy nations in the innate can-do optimistic spirit of the American people to grow our economy around clean energy. We know we are capable of doing this. Because we've done we've done it so many times before whenever there has been a technological transformation. United States has been able to lead if we have leadership to get us going in. If I'm giving us Highlander I would intend to provide that that spark of leadership just to like John F Kennedy did when. When I was, you know, ten or eleven years of anything, and I believe with the spark of creativity ambition America can do that kind of thing again. But do you think that you know, I remember the Kennedy years? I remember the challenge they go to the moon. I remember Lyndon Johnson taking it over. I remember landing on the moon during the Nixon administration. This was a generational and decade long effort. Do we have that kind of political muscle now to see something through that we could change a whole society? Yes. Not only do we. But we have to have that. You know, what I think victory is the only option here Churchill in World War Two. So sure victory. You said it's really simple. It's only option because without victory. There's no survival. And that is the situation that we have to realize today if we follow science, and we we are scientifically literate nation. We deserve a scientifically literate president. And we have a scientifically illiterate person in that office right now who couple of days ago said that wind turbines cause cancer for goodness sakes. And that if we wind turbines, you won't be able to run your television here, we are going to Konami in my state. We've developed the best economy in the United States in part because we focused on clean energy. We have focused on science in. When you do those two things. Good things happen. Not only to your health. To prevent your force from burning down. And by the way, this is very personal to me 'cause I've met the victims of climate change. I was in paradise California a few months ago, and you know, this town of twenty five thousand people that was burned to the ground looks like a post apocalypse movie in Hollywood, I remember meeting a woman named Marsha. Moss in in seminal springs community about one hundred mobile homes burned. She lost everything. She wanted us to to do something about climate change to produce these forest. Fires. And I think we need a president that will do just that. So yes, I do believe we we the company's ready. And I and I believe that park is pulling in shooting Iowa one of our democratic voters. So I'm happy to the just in time at the right moment. He yet carbon pricing ballot initiative failed in your own state in the last election for the second time another pricing initiative failed in two thousand sixteen. What do these failures mean to you are, you know, are people still not getting it? I think what they show is that we have to be willing to use the most powerful Newell fuel in the country, and that's perseverance, and we have to use perseverance, and we have to use a multiple tools in the toolbox carbon pricing system is one of them with. Fortunately, there are dozens of others. And so we are we are now addressing I'm promoting five bills in my legislature, all of which are moving forward one of which would would guarantee Washingtonians of one hundred percent, clean electrical grid, another that would provide us with clean fuel standards. So we have cleaner transportation fuels and other that would require net of euro commercial building. So we don't waste energy another that will have an incentive program. So more people not just you know, wealthier people, but more people have access to the cars and the like, so we know there's a. Multiple ways to go forward on this. And we're doing this in my state, and I think we have to have the same attitude inner nation, we can do that. If we have a president who's both knowledge of what these things and has had a multi decay. Oh commitment as I've had I've been at this year over twenty years now into some of the first legislation in two thousand three I started the US climate alliance with governor Jerry Brown, we know twenty three states or moving forward. I think this is a good sign, by the way for those. Who question our ability to move forward? This organization that I helped start now twenty three states that are committed to defeating climate change. So and we did this in part because we wanted to world to know they're still intelligent life in the United States. And we've demonstrated that it's one of the reasons that the rest of the world is continuing to move forward. So there is reason for optimism because we know there's there's many ways to to build the clean energy. And we're doing that right here in my state. Let's go to the phones. Eight four four seven two four two five five. Let's go to Ames Iowa. Joe? I welcome to science Friday. Hi, thank you. You know, I think it's really points out of a real flaw. We have in our election system every four years. I see all of these politicians come to Iowa, and they speak at these forums put on by our agriculture powerhouses, all of them speak in favour of everything. That has to do with, you know, animal agriculture ethanol all of these things that really cause global warming and all of them are scared to death to speak out against anything to do with animal agriculture because they know that the farm bureau is other powerful egg this will sink in that even goes, I mean, it's it's completely true for the Republican party.
The Supermoon explained
"As well as offering a change of seasons the much acre Knox's also brought with a circle superman that happened just four hours after the moment of equinox. The closest since March and the two thousand and it will be another eleven years twenty thirty before the two events will gain be less than a day apart. Well, just think of that we now closer to twenty thirty what want to the thousand a by the way, this was also the third and final superman for twenty nine chain. The term ship moon was invented back in nineteen seventy nine by an astrology not on astronomy for those unfamiliar with the difference between the two and astronomers a person to study space in the cosmos, using the scientific method to learn about the universe and astrologer is a person uses inaccurate positions. Constellations planets and other celestial bodies at different times in order to tell people about the character would have predict the future has never ever ever ever ever ever. Been any scientific evidence. Supporting any of the claims made by strategy and its success depends exclusively on the Gulf ability of people now back to the science on average the moon orbits about three hundred eighty four thousand four hundred kilometers from earth. But the moon's orbit around the earth isn't a perfect circle. It's slightly elliptical. Meaning one part of the orbit will be closer to the earth. Bet. Three hundred fifty seven thousand kilometers is parody. And the other part of the oil, but will be further away around four hundred and six thousand kilometres apogee, the differences about five percent closer or further away on average the exact distances of perishing apogee, also very other factors such as whether the lunar orbits long axes pointed towards the sun. Also, the moon's Ogle extremes a greatest between November and February when the earth, oh, but places the planet and its moon close into the sun, you say earth orbit itself is also elliptical by that two percent. And they will the sun's gravitational influence is greatest during these months, technically. These would be Jane full moons but trend to its east terms like what use the description of super moon to describe any Newell full moon with a ninety degrees of parody syncing opportunity. Nassar's now adopted this term as a means of educating the public about astronomy twenty nineteen will be an excellent year to look to the sky and enjoy the spectacular view of earth's nearest neighbor. The moon fifty years ago, we witnessed one of humankind's most, remarkable achievements. When we first step foot on the dusty surface of the moon. All for man. By ugly. As NASA continue celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo program. The year is opening with a number of opportunities to marvel at earth's original satellite, three super moons, and a total lunar eclipse in the span of three months. So what is it that makes a super moon super start with size? The moon orbits around the earth in a slightly oval shape at its furthest point away from us known as the apogee it's about two hundred fifty thousand miles or four hundred thousand kilometers from earth when it's closest to us. It's parody. The moon is about two hundred twenty thousand miles or three hundred fifty thousand kilometers away when the moon is full at or near its parody. It is considered a super moon and can appear up to fourteen percent larger and thirty percent brighter than it apogee. Those distances however are changing as the moon is slowly. Shifting away from earth how slowly approximately two inches or five centimeters annually a billion years from now the moon will take about thirty one and a half days to orbit the earth. Instead of today's twenty seven point three days. In the meantime, this year's first superman of the year occurred on January twenty first and also featured a total eclipse, the second occurred on February nineteenth and sky watchers. Another chance on March twenty first well, super moons. Total lunar eclipses are marvels to behold. A question rises fifty years after humankind's first steps on the moon. Does it hold anymore secrets for NASA? Scientists Noah petro project, scientists for the lunar reconnaissance orbiter or El aro at nestles Goddard Space Flight center says there are many unanswered questions about the moon. For example, we are still attempting to understand how the moon evolved to its current state. The moon has occupied space near earth for its entire four and a half billion year history. Keeping record of the impacts that have scarred on its surface over time. This record of anxious impacts is largely erased from the earth due to win water in plate tectonics analysis of Apollo samples shows that there was a period of intense impact cratering on the moon early in the history of the solar system and therefore on the earlier as well observations from L our show now in its ninth year of orbiting the moon or helping us piece together this history people say shoulda moons, especially big in brunt compare to regular full moons, but will a can be around fourteen percent lodge and thirty percent broader, you really wouldn't notice the difference unless someone told you and even then any size difference perceptions. You do have will be more likely GTO imagination in reality, you'd really need proper non-legal equipment to Mitch the difference. And remember the full moon always looks lodge and Bryant when it's near the horizon and a fake none as men allusion. The other important point member is. That Superman's not all that uncommon. They usually current groups of three roughly about every thirteen months in eighteen days. In other words, roughly every fourteenth full moon will be superman now one consequence of superman that should be noticeable involves ocean tides many factors influence title heights at a given location that they usually highest something that a spring tides during full moons or new moons when the earth sun and moon are all aligned so a parody moon being big plus than average should result in a slightly higher high tide.
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"newell" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"On earning your listening to serious enquiries own and two hello and welcome to theories inquiries only this is episode one hundred and one and i'm your host thomas smith all right today i've got a phone conversation with natalie newell she's an ardent science advocate she cohost the science enthusiasts podcast and she recently made a documentary called science moms we're gonna talk about that her backstory how she got into it but also uh one thing that i in particular wanted to talk about was the backlash she's getting on line in her documentaries getting with accusations that she's part of some conspiracy involving monsanto and other companies and it it's it's both funny enda really alarming to see he said we talk a lot about that just how advocating for gmo technology in other stuff like that just gives you this instant status as part of this dark shadowy conspiracy for some people it's it's really weird so we're going to talk about that and more let's get to the interview bruno join it me right now is monsaid own gosh all right we gotta record cut that immediately natalie newell how you doing i am great eight cut it yeah but i but it harder there in the twitter verse what i am so you know it andrew knows it everyone knows it um so we might assault as habit have it out there uh man so i'm thank you for being here i'm really happy to have you on the show thank you for having me and i was reminded that of of the great work you're doing in the the the movie you made win andrew tagged me.