35 Burst results for "Nine Hundred Ninety Five"
Race in the Ranks: Investigating Racial Bias in the U.S. Military
"More than seventy years after the armed services were integrated. It is still a fact of life in the us military. That african americans are more likely to be disciplined and less likely to be promoted than whites as we first reported earlier this year. Even the most successful black officers routinely feel the sting of racial bias. A large segments of the rank and file believe the system is stacked against the military has made attempts to deal with inequality before. But this time it's happening under the eye of lloyd. Austin is countries first african american secretary of defense or former soldier. Who experienced discrimination firsthand. It doesn't change As you climb the ladder You still you still get the doubts. They're always going to be people because of what you look. That will question your qualifications. Boyd austin climbed every wrong in the army starting at west point and rising all the way to four star general many times breaking barriers as the first african american ever to hold the job. There's probably not a job. That i had since i was lieutenant colonel or some people in question whether or not. I was qualified to to take that job. It's the world. I live in and and i'm sure that the other officers that you talked to would probably say the same thing. There's not a day in my life. David when i didn't wake up and think about the fact that i was a black man a number of the african american so we have talked to for this story have should when they are the only one in the room. Feel as if they're not being listened to did you have that experience absolutely had that experience. And i found ways to operate to adapt in one thousand nine hundred ninety five as the eighty second airborne first african american operations officer then lieutenant colonel austin adapted by having someone else give his briefings someone. He felt white officers. Were more likely to listen to.
The Economist: Babbage
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage
"Solution. What else can we do to mitigate the risk. Well of course in is as you can't really do a lot about the facts that women tend to have wider hips and have other factors which put extra pressure on the knee but all athletes concentrated in how to move much more safely particularly women. So straight-forward exercise causes balance and agility happened found. Jesus acl tasr. By as much as fifty percent and strengthen the muscles around the knee especially the hamstring with because exercises is another way to really to reduce the chances of attack and basically need making the name much more protected by the muscles around. Is there a role for the sports bodies. Gobert sports authorities to do something absolutely. I mean these are the kind of stations that should be encouraged multiple widely and carney. And say i mean these causes should be introduced into school and college sports at the moment that many years instead of professional and high level sports that does they require wider of the problem which is still lacking so particularly for example on the on the link with the menstrual cycle in two thousand nine hundred ninety five runs in england of a fourteen thousand athletes found that eighty one percent of them had never discussed the impact of that menstrual cycle on training. And these rules that have high level athletes. And the fact that that's the apparently unaware of these links or at least on the factor. That training regiments is quite alarming. So we definitely need to be spreading more wetness of this. Okay so.
Sky News Daily
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Sky News Daily
"Sides echo united. Then he made the jump up to guiseley one of the sides just outside they laid before brown stood in july two thousand and nine decided to take him trial the ended up. Pay seven thousand from that time. That was the only fee for the player for a long time. This being being with free agents and brad pitt chesting with ground for these. That was my sick close connection between the finance. These tied into really what happened back. In nine hundred ninety five with the bradford fire these are extraorde receives at valley parade is supposed to be a day of celebration date. Bradford was celebrating winning the title. The game was obviously had to stop the minutes ago. Fifty six people die got. They started as a small fire in one under the standard literally within seconds within a minute the fire ahead and goals the whole standing. The memories will never go away all those people who were involved on the day of triumph to death. Disaster-hit rapid here. There was a connection between the funds and the club. Going back to the fire as modest umbrella later. Got into the premier league and the celebration of a high around. Once they dropped out that premier league it had been a slide down the divisions from the late two championships league. One quinta league to we need more money more employment More excitement into north in terms. I think there's definitely a newell. South divide in terms of bradford very much working class city if we could get more of the quantity of the south into the north. I think we'd both be benefit. Call smith i've been a breakfast spotify nearly thirty years. The club at bain declined for years since cannot days and being kind of supporting them through thin and thinner so the clip was in the doldrums and the city probably so.
The Rich Eisen Show
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Com your process in in coming up with these videos Right upon the cowboys Just piling on. There's no real prospect took me. It'd be naturally very impromptu. Separate is right of cup. Yes i need from the bottom of my heart. I don't care what you're young old black white. It doesn't matter to me. I think the dallas cowboys fan of the word most disgusting most nauseating fan base. Nobody disgusts me. More than a cowboy fan because they never ever ever take a moment to smell their own. This is a team that has won a super bowl. Cas nine hundred ninety five and they walk around like renting defending super bowl champions every single year. I've got a dallas cowboy fan here rich eisen show social media Extraordinaire grandmaster tj jefferson. Who is reasonable. I do want to say that. I mean you're right but you did say five years ago though you were thoroughly just like every other cowboy fan. Stephen a. has recipient. I'd probably scrambled the remarks that he made. Okay you know. But i mean nobody feels that way anymore and i really am on cowboys twitter. Life i don't i see a bunch of angry and annoy cowboy fans. I don't see cowboys. Fans like walking around like chiefs or something like what he thinks. Oh my lord. Don't know if you i don't know you and i don't mean to catch any verges on you as a human being. I'm sure you're very nice to highly intelligent nude with this particular subject. You are a damn life that you can say with a straight face that you don't run into cowboy cowboy fan of all the aiding fan base. You could possibly find. You never take second. No you're also looking at beaver. Great great moments. That i had just remember two thousand and ten when you ended up going six to ten but then those weren't my favorite years couch because actually like the cowboys play making toy with the prog came over there and all but he was my favorite moment. Two thousand eleven two.
Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends
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"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Plant Strong
"Market where i had tenure as a healthy eating ambassador and i invited both you. Guys to come and speak to whole foods global. You guys did phenomenal. jogs there. Everybody everybody loved you So it's amazing to me how far how far back we we go and how far the movement has come over the last. You know really your roberts since even the since two thousand and two robert since one thousand nine hundred five thousand nine hundred ninety five so we're going to get into both your stories here but show my whole platform the platform. The engine to and the plan strong platform has.
A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Best. A bowl of soul mixed stool of soul music Everybody lansing the that off. Took me back to my free. Whoa celebrating right here for june is black music month on a bowl. We celebrate the legacy of the legendary late. Mr lloyd price. mr personality. He passed away on may third twenty twenty one and he was an american rb vocalist known as mr personality after his nineteen fifty nine million selling hit personality. He was known for his first recording. Lordy lordy lordy miss cloudy which was a hit for specialty records in one thousand nine hundred fifty two and he continued to release records and they were popular. Because you know roy. Price came from new orleans and he bought that new orleans sound to the world baby and he was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in nine nineteen ninety eight. He'd he was He lived he was a resident of new rochelle new york and he died at the age of eighty eight. This man was not only a stellar singer. He was also a excellent entrepreneur and he was honored by the rhythm and blues foundation. He is from kenner louisiana and they celebrated him in one thousand nine hundred ninety five by having an annual boy price day. We celebrate the legendary. Mr lloyd price right here on a bowl of soul coming up next another legend a detroit legend mr al kent and a lot of people. They'd be like who's al kit. If you come from the detroit alkan detroiters alkan but out can also put his foot stamp on. R&b specially in motown meaning. He was not part of motown but he was part of rick. Tick golden world day are considered the other labels that were competitors to motown the legendary arranger musician missed the abc head talking about oh pretty lady and this is a bowl of soul ooh hoo. Hey this is lenny williams and you're listening to a bowl soul These celebrate one of the production.
Lorena's 'Alcance' During the HIV Outbreak
"Originally from a small town in the coastal state of mexico. Lorena arrived in the united states in may of nineteen eighty-one just a few days before her twenty first birthday less than a month later the centers for disease control and prevention announced the first recorded case of a new and lethal virus spreading in the united states which shows the lifestyle of some male homosexuals has triggered an epidemic of a rare form of cancer. This newscast from nineteen eighty-one and the media large portrayed hiv and aids. The gate illness some reporters even calling it gay cancer but even as the death toll from aids grew in the following years little was being done to provide much needed treatment. The demonstration was carefully choreographed by. Act up a two year. Old coalition of gay groups set up to fight. What they called the government's inaction and silence on aid. We have to let people know that there's an age crisis. The people are dying that we need money that we need healthcare while the aids epidemic is recognized as a catalyst for being in the lgbtq community trends immigrant. Women are often left out of the narrative in one thousand nine hundred ninety five at the peak of the epidemic noronha. hiv positive began. What she called her alcon say. You're her outreach. She was distributing condoms to trans immigrants. Sex workers in queens new york. It was a means of not only addressing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases but also a way of connecting trans immigrants to critical medical and legal services
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
Princes William and Harry Slam the BBC Over Diana Interview
"Prince william and his brother prince harry on thursday issued strongly worded statements criticizing the bbc and the british media for unethical practices after an investigation concluded. That one of the broadcasters journalists used deceitful behavior to secure princess diana's most explosive tv interview in one thousand nine hundred ninety five the circumstances surrounding the interview for more than twenty years ago came under scrutiny. After diana's brother charles. Spencer made renewed complaints journalist. Martin bashir used full documents and other dishonest tactics to persuade diana to agree to the interview on thursday. A report from the inquiry said basha acted in a deceitful way and breached bbc rules by mocking up fake bank statements and showing them to charles spencer to gain access to the princess. The report also criticised the bbc covering up what it knew about bashes actions and said the corporations own probe into the matter fell short of its usual standards of integrity and transparency in his statement that he your old prince william said the bbc's failures contributed to the deterioration of his parents
For Your Reference
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Like impressive grandiose smackdown of it all five people pulling out of nowhere just because they're in different costumes doesn't mean that equals a thousand soldiers fights and i guess it's also because we're being driven from liu king angle. We're fighting for him right. That seems pretty consistent with the law across all of the films the same way we have you know sub zero and scorpion. The lowering being quite consistent across the films It's lou king is the one that has to have the standoff with shanksville. I liked how dramatically shanklin was in this one like every line was overacted but it worked for model cobb movie. Yeah i'm going to see a brooding superman from us. Oxide got you know. Give me fucking gay. But i also at the same time to the team loved him so much that they made him younger supposed to obviously being older character. I don't even know if it was explicitly mentioned but shang song. According to the ot curriculum mythology he has won nine tournaments right So that would goner a lot of strength. Which kind of on does luke kings victory as well not particularly because we see this is locked the major sort of thing that a lot of pretty much all the mortal kombat movies put the exit. Ou shall kind has won nine tournaments and it's up to the war is not like the law and moral combat so bloody rich. Because there's so many fucking want at want us to just move away from that you know. This is the first you can do good on you on your like three movies. And and that's still the the stake come now. We can do better interesting. I'll leave that for my twenty twenty one. But who's your favorite song from the full films. Easy not five shanksville. It was brilliant. I agree. I feel like we know where this is going to finish. Nine hundred ninety five and then just have the're barking in the background for the rest of the episode was pretty coherent to me. Let's talk about sonya blade I will say it off the cuff right now. This nine hundred ninety five. Sonya blade is my absolute favorite one. You know we talk a lot about just female lead. But you know female characters at a prominent In stories very obviously we haven't covered wonder woman. Either of the films on main podcast. But we do have it on our patriot on I don't have a lot of female tax You know we talk about taxes. A lot on the podcast. Just because i say a female character doesn't mean i'm automatically going to like them right and unfortunately in recent years was saying look. I'm strong women. I do everything by myself right which may be true but in that case just give me make from family guy like i would prefer that one dimensional. 'cause it's not preaching to me. Yeah but in any case. I really liked this on your blade. I don't really want any other sonya blade because it did become pouting your chest out Walking around and it's also credited the team and also pull Because apparently it is possible to have a hohmann on a screen and zoom in on our us nor reason.
My Marvelous Year
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"Today i'm zac the comic book journeyman. I'm joined today by dave founder and ceo komo herald comic book master. And i just found out. Dave has inside of dave is to zacks one gray one grain and they are fighting for supremacy at all times. Has it gone dave. It's going really well and you know it's a lot like new mutants that are our favorite horror movie of twenty twenty have seen which i have not seen still remains my favorite horror movie at twenty twenty and in that movie i believe they say inside of everyone. There's two bears. Yeah inside of everyone. There are two bears. It's a lot like that. But inside of every dave there are two zacks an dave. They're hungry feed those acts. You gotta zacks which when you gonna feed the green zach. Let's see greenback really doesn't like excalibur while simon's excalibur. Greg doesn't mike well. Simonsen x factor. But gray zach doesn't like walt simonson store which when you're gonna feed So feeding them intellectually with different comics. Yeah we are gonna talk about today. Sandwiches your metaphors are getting so mixed. And honestly it's hard. I was going to go food. I was going food. And then you started talking simonsen. I'm hungry day. Feed megan tell. I can tell clearly you enter this podcast. Extremely hungry yeah. We're gonna talk some hulk. We're gonna talk some simonsen fantastic four written and drawn. We're gonna talk some incentive daredevil and we're going to a patron selected issue. I won't say what it is other than to say. It's very fun. If you wanna know what it is before i get to it you can check in the show notes. All the comics that we talk about are listed in the show notes including the comics. We'll be reading with the club next time on one thousand nine hundred ninety five. This is going to be a six part year and again you can find all the comics in the show notes or you can join us over. Patriots dot com slash my marvelous year for as little as one dollar a month..
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Real Monsters
"This new prophecy modified by guru said world war three would occur after a chemical weapons attack in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. Who's what was the privacy before that though the united with so much more vague before that but if he really but in my point being that there was a privacy around this election that failed to come true yes like prophecies tend to do. And what's fascinating about it. And i've mentioned this in the past that there's somebody did a research paper called win. Prophecies never when prophecies fail. And i'm gonna look this up if you're ever interested in so you would think from an outsider's perspective david say they're fully shit and move on. Yes guys me but yeah. It's almost like they doubled down on that bad mental energy in fact that is in fact the case. So what happens is is that you will get a small percentage of defectors who go this bullshit. It they said this would happen in this and it didn't happen. I'm outta here but what happens for most people is there will be a quiet period and then the leaders will come back and go. Hey guys so. We just weren't worthy enough for this. We have to do better. Yep and then and then people look as you said literally doubled down and they actually become stronger. Believers because of the failed prophecy. It's so counter. Intuitive that it's hard to believe. Wow it really is. You would think that they would do the rational thing and get out. My my guess is that they're not. They're in a rash for rational reasons. To begin with now they've Forfeited it sold. That capacity did the guru. Yes most definitely. But let's see fast forward to nineteen ninety four. There was another case against option rico in the way that they managed to stop..
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Real Monsters
"She opens it and to twenty two shells hit her in the abdomen and she Luckily made her way to a neighbor's house as she was bleeding out and she survived to. Wow yeah seventy-five thin she survived which dissect solent but they'll really stood out to meet to fifteen years and they didn't know that guy was there. Yeah some old information right. Yeah something but it's also kind of starts to show the pattern that we're seeing with that. All free of the address sees are civil servants right some sort of physician but we skip ahead again to the next attack. June twenty seventh one thousand nine hundred ninety five. Eighteen year old stephanie. Gaffe nate who lives in queens at her grandparents house by their grandparents name is gilmore. Chiba receives a package bed. The police were rather mum on. What exactly this package was like. She said it was book. I'm not sure why they would withhold that particular bit of information especially of miss gaffney at already said that in a different account but She said you know the package. Look to legitimate. And it was addressed to again her grandfather. This fund was interesting too because it actually said gilmore or occupant on it or interesting it kind of makes you wonder if maybe he didn't learn from the attack on alice as well. Dad mr mcgarrell was no longer living there but it's addressed to give more or occupant which she assumes her grandfather who was retired in li- pd officer and her uncle as well was say narcotics officer. Who was responsible for bringing down. Eight dominican drug gang in the city but it and again You had shrapnel that luckily none of them and the traded her body. She was about eight months pregnant. When this happened to miss gaffney she just suffered burns from it when it happened but they took her to the hospital right away in induced labor because they were worried about kid right in. Luckily she had a healthy baby girl.
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Real Monsters
"But this every guy in my family has a garage full wires and you know gasoline and fertilizer and batteries and nails sure. Yeah def of different kinds. Oh my god is bomb making materials. Well no that's just household maintenance shit. Oh yeah most definitely but yeah. When did the other charges that they said was on his rap sheet was has ashen obnoxious chemicals. I couldn't find any clarification on that either What that even means but that was on there and he spent you know a lot of time in prison throughout this. He was actually in prison. When kip died but they head a theory with us that he mailed the parts to his roommate and his roommate constructed pants out but it could be but the saga stephen havre doesn't end there home. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety five when we get into the middle of wendy's other bombings are happening. That which will talk about. They found him in a brooklyn library with another bomb. That was similar to the books but was filled with exacto blades shrapnel. They caught him in a library with a device with one. I'm not sure if it was weaponized yet. If it was ready to you know be us. Yeah but they caught him with again. Something similar woo. Yeah and um looks that kind of makes you thank. You might be the guy right in really does but the last mentioned that i saw this guy in the press was in two thousand and two when the new york daily news caught up with him for an interview and he was in prison at federal prison in beaumont. Texas for possession of twenty two shells fell they Gave him ninety months for that really seemed like yet. It seemed like quite a bit for just for joni to show musician. Yeah but ninety months yeah. He also said he was going to write his own history of this gates. So but there's some more weird tie ins with him with these other bombings to but let's just keep him in mind and sorta table in a little bit of suspect for now. Skip ahead from nine thousand nine hundred eighty two all the way to nine hundred and ninety three. This was win. Our next package was delivered to retire..
Blessings and Curses of Intuition
"We're talking about intuition today but we're not just going to talk about it as a positive thing as with most things as with most powers if you wanna call it that Most skills it comes with the downside intuition does have a downside and you can probably guess. Some of that downside. If you've been listening to this show for very long at all You can. You can probably imagine that it has something to do with the way our brains work. So we're going to talk about to kind of curses to blessings of intuition. If you want to call it something different feel free. These are two good things and too bad things. So let's talk about the two curses. I the first curse is that intuition is very good but it's not perfect to we can't rely on it completely. We've experienced this especially as younger. Engineers probably younger in their careers. I mean people who have less intuition working with people who do have good intuition but they rely on it as if it is infallible. This is the problem if you're good Ninety nine percent of the time then. You can't rely on that All the way you can't just use intuition to make decisions in tuition is very good and giving you a direction. Which is the kind of piece of advice to take away from this particular curse very good at giving you a direction to go right. It's it's good. It's a pointer but sometimes our intuition is totally off right. Let's back up for a minute and talk about went. Intuition is to begin with intuition is essentially The well worn path in our brain. It's a well worn path because we've given our brains a consistent kind of pattern consistent kind of stimulus in the brain is recognizing that pattern faster and faster because That pathway is well. Warn will save some of the neuroscience for people who are more qualified to talk about it but this idea is fairly simple. Our brains recognized patterns very well. That's a very important thing that we can do is humans and when we see patterns that we've seen a lot of times before our brains are very good at taking a bunch of shortcuts right. Were no longer having to evaluate those things really thoroughly to understand them. We have very good models for those things now. We have a lot of intuition just naturally as human beings for example. Anything that you do. On essentially on autopilot. That is because you built intuition for how to do that. Thing for for perfect example of this Those of us who are able we walk. We walk using what we would. We wouldn't really call it intuition. Probably but that's the same concept right. We have Some keen sense of the patterns of walking. We can look at the ground and understand what our feet are going to feel like if we were to walk on that ground well in advance once again our pattern. Recognition is An intentional effort by our brains to try to predict some future. And so when you start recognizing a pattern. The intuition part is understanding. What plays out when that pattern Appears when we have that stimulus so the response that our brains provide when we have a well-worn path With some pattern based stimulus. That is intuition. So intuition takes time to develop. It takes experience to develop. But this i curse that we're talking about here which is that sometimes. Our intuition is wrong is a byproduct of randomness in the universe. Right we can recognize patterns. That are actually not what we think they are. We can see things happening. That are not actually happening. Our brains being very good at recognizing patterns are not very good At recognizing when something is random. Were not very good at recognizing when there's a hole in the plot to our story because we want to make things make sense. When things make sense we tend to succeed and so we try to make things make sense even when they don't so our intuition is is kind of biased towards kicking in more often than it should. Sometimes we use that intuition in situations where we should take a step back and say no. I don't have a perfect picture of how this plays out. Okay so that's number one. We're actually going to switch back and forth between curse and blessing as we are not all negative and then all positive. The first blessing of intuition. And you we're not going to go with the obvious ones right. The the obvious blessing of intuition is that you can develop skills and response times that are better than the average you can develop a An easy way of responding to certain situations intuition is good at giving you a kind of faster than normal reflexes and that gives you the ability to build a higher level of skill in a given area. Okay so that's the obvious one. We're not gonna talk about that anymore. The blessing that i want to talk about is a better time travelling device than most people do about this particular subject. Right time travelling. Something we always do. We're trying to understand what's going to happen in three days three weeks three months three years if we make particular decision if we see this pattern and we're trying to time travel based on the patterns that we see time travelling just inner minds imagining what the future will be like right In in this particular case we're not talking about traveling back in time. We're talking about traveling forward. Although you could make the exact same argument that you're very good at travelling back and identifying very similar instances because you have good intuition for how this pattern matches those right but because intuition is largely based on pattern recognition you can usually recognize it bad path before other people. Can you can time travel much faster. You can see much faster into that future in. You can have a better guest that hey you know. What if we go down that pathway. That i'm recognizing this pattern of I've done this thousand times in nine hundred ninety five of those times. Things went poorly so i think we probably shouldn't do that right. So you have a better understanding a better grasp but better way of jumping forward into the future than other people might and for what it's worth. It's not just about avoiding bad things right. you can also recognize a good path. A good signal Another really good example of this is recognizing talent in other people if you are so you are a coach and you've developed a an intuition for the kinds of athletes that Really make for good players in a particular position is a very specific thing that you've developed in in tuition for well. Now you can recognize some of the patterns of behavior that would signify. Somebody might be a qualified for that position again again. We can see the kind of interplay between that. I curse which is that. Intuition is very good but not perfect and that first blessing which you have a better time. Travelling device than most people do right It's not a perfect time travelling device. You're not predicting the future With twenty you have a a different unique perspective because of your intuition. But you don't have the perfect perspective. Because of intuition in other words you shouldn't use your intuition all right. This is a very important point to take away in the first half of this episode. You shouldn't be using your intuition as a set of credentials
The Mr. Warren Hayes Show
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show
"Marks takes the mic after and he says well. Kenny omega built this shit. Of course what do you expect. Good way to pick up good way a good way to save fame here but then the line starts going around and it's like it was supposed to be done. This is tony cahn said this on the on the post the the media scrum after while it was supposed to be a dud. Wasn't supposed to go off. And i don't buy it. I don't buy it for a second. Not in a million years was supposed to be not an explosive not having explosive finale no way because otherwise eddie kingston wouldn't stayed you know hunched over mocks. Like he was injured while medical personnel coming into the ring to check on them. Wild commentary is putting it over. There was no way that that was that that the dud was planned because the rest of the angle was executed as everything had exploded and eddie kingston suffering got blown to bits not literally. But you know what. I need to protect to protect moxley. There was no way if they were supposed to plan a died would not have had fucking nida cutting promos on it couple of in the lead up to it right and then showing pictures of the fm w rings to bloom. Come on now. I'll tell you if it's not but if this was indeed supposed to be a dud. That was planned from the get go. It's even worse. It's worse because then you really do get you. We've had we all got bayton switched. Then we with from top to bottom then we were supposed. We were premised explosions. We gotta need a telling us that it was going to be violent. We got everyone in here excited and then to the well no wasn't supposed to go off regardless. No that's what. That's what i don't buy because that's it's even it's even worse then you get into some sw. Wcw nineteen ninety five nine hundred ninety five nine hundred ninety eight one thousand nine hundred ninety swerve bolstered where everyone just leaves pissed off. So i don't i honestly don't i honestly do not believe that that was a died..
CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Duke has a COVID-19 positive, is eliminated from ACC tournament
"Duke has been removed from the acc tournament because of a positive covid nineteen tests within the program. The blue devils were scheduled to play. Florida state on thursday night they were only four point underdogs so it was a winnable game in an opportunity to keep their ncaa tournament hopes alive. But now will not happen. Florida state advances duke goes home and given that duke remained significantly on the wrong side of the bubble. We now know that coach k. Will not be in the ncaa tournament for the first time since one thousand nine hundred ninety five dukes run of twenty four straight ncaa tournament. Appearances is over its unofficial for now but it will become official sunday. Dead-leg your thoughts. Well the timing is obviously wild right perish. It's march eleventh. Year ago march eleventh. When the rudy gobert stuff happened. You know by no means. Am i saying his repeating itself. It obviously isn't although it has been interesting to see how the reaction to this has caused a little bit of freak out. I want to remind people that this is duke. Is now the sixth team to have this happen to them. This is not the first time a team. This month has been knocked out of its conference tournament because of covid positive There have been others And so because it's too can because it's a it's a conference tournament and it's march eleventh. People are freaking out just a little bit given the given the air but a source confirmed to me that this was duke's first positive in its coaches and players periods since the pandemic began they had not had a positive the entire season. Preseason offseason anything I had a source told me it was a player who do not play against louisville with all this concern then drifts to well as louisville an potentially you know in some uncertainty to a small degree. But really that's not the expectation here Louisville which has quite an interesting bubble case. Oh by the way it's going to get in but that resumes week We'll see You know what happens there. But there's no reason to believe that louisville should be jeopardy from an eligibility standpoint because of what happened with duke
The Big Picture
The Eddie Murphy Hall of Fame
"Are joined by van leith in the cost of higher learning and eddie murphy expert to break down the career. One of the greats. What what i what. I what i was going on with guys hanging in there excited to talk about eddie. We're gonna do a hall of fame here so for the folks out there who have never heard hall of fame episode very briefly. Break down what we do on these episodes. We have built halls of fame for tom. Hanks roger deakins. Nancy meyers toshiro buffoon. A monster movies and most recently george clooney. So it's time for eddie. What we doing we build. A hall is ten films from a career. No more no less. He's got forty movies so we got a lot to talk about here. I'm going to start with this. Amanda eddie murphy. What do you think. I think of multiple eddie. Murphy's i think of a lot of characters all in one movie. This is going to be interesting van. I'm really excited to talk to you about all of these because i've been listening to unsurprisingly. There are a lot of rewatch ables movies. Eddie murphy movies on rewatch bulls and i was listening to some of them in. You're on several of them. And you know i had that podcast thing where you want to respond to the person but you know it's a podcast so now you're here and it's a privilege to get to talk to you but for me eddie murphy is a little bit of. It's a generational cork for me. Because i am just. I think a little bit more than both of you and so i became kind of like movie aware movie sentient like mid nineties. Nine hundred ninety five nine hundred ninety six. And i've done a lot of catch up but if you become aware of movies in the mid nineties that means that the first eddie murphy. You get the nutty professor and then milan. And then shrek. I saw shrek in theaters. Not above it. So you know at that point. He's like the elder statesmen of comedy super established. Like i knew the beverly hills cop steam song and dance to it while before i saw it but kind of understanding him as like family eddie murphy and then catching up on everything else. Interesting chronological or not chronological murphy. Experience for me. Then you want to do your history with eddie. I know you are been living with him for a long time. Yes i have been So i hambur what year this was and i don't wanna insult my parents. Every time i mentioned my parents. I get some minor detail wrong and then i have to hear about it into along to our phone call. Your parents listen airpods today. Let's no your show's. I wish they wouldn't but that's nice. Yeah i wish they would but they My father was taking me to see a movie. We were all going to the movies but this time we were breaking it off like my father was taking me to see one of the superman movies. It's either three or four and my sister. My grandmother my mother went to see beverly hills cop two and this was my first experience with with with seeing people so jazz to see a movie because they went this way. Like we went to the superman franchise. I fell off by that point so we went this way and they go this way when they go this way. They're all of these people over there. And i'm like daddy i wanna go over here and he's i know that's too old for you. We're gonna go watch superman. And i say that because that's the moment that i actually became movie sentient by. That's the start of it. That's like what are these people into. Before that i can't tell you when i i kind of became aware of eddie murphy. Because he's like michael jackson in the sense that there was never a time. I wasn't aware of him. I was born in nineteen eighty so by the time. I start getting Information downloaded into me eddie. Murphy's a part of that he's like a part of that thing but the first time. I realized that this guy isn't just a do that. I see on tv or the guy that that he is. The biggest thing in the world is what i saw. People excited to go for it felt. So that's my that's my memory of him and it's not even necessarily what you might call one of his mega classics like beverly hills. Cop two was the event that you can remember that says a lot. And that's eighty seven net says a lot about where we were with. Eddie he was kind of in the middle of i. There are very few movie star runs in the history of movies like the one he had in the eighties. The rise to fame which starts on. Tv i guess tom hanks Robin williams maybe In terms of just successful movies maybe will in there but those movies weren't weren't quite the same as well. what is there were talking about. It's really remarkable when you think about it. There's no like they're not like high concepts with willa was like he needed to be punching an alien in the face to get to this level and like eddie movies are just like it's especially in the eighty s. Eddie is just running around doing stuff. That's that is what this movie is. He's he's being harassed whether he's a cop or he's a convict fresh outta jail or if he's a guy off the street who gets taken into financial institution like it's just it's entirely built around his persona and his sense of humor which is is unusual. We don't see that very much. These
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
UK police won't probe journalist over 1995 Diana interview
"British police say they won't launch a criminal investigation into journalist. Martin bashir over his one thousand nine hundred ninety five interview with princess diana. There have been allegations from. Anna's brother bashir us what he called illegal subterfuge to get the interview charles. Spencer at argued bashir use false documents including fake bank statements. The interview diana famously said there are three of us in this marriage referring referring to prince charles now wife camilla was watched by millions of people. I'm lisa lisera and this is fox.
Pop Culture Cosmos
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"It's back kind of a different. Be no really known. Actors or actresses are in these roles. Have most of the stars. There was a glaring omission for me as one of the fighters there one totally brand new totally made up character actually. Introduces one of the founders. As well and the fact that i did not hear the techno theme song which i love so much and the shoutout mortal kombat was not used in. The trailer was kind of disappointing as well. But i'm trying to keep an open my friend. The thing is when it comes out on. Hbo max should i you absolutely should. Let's talk about you. Know what mortal kombat was for me. Nine hundred ninety five in the movie theater with one of our family friends in his son who was my same age shadow. Doctor couth augusta wonderful wonderful movie. I really remember. And i was really big on martial arts as a kid actually got my black belt. And quan style taekwondo age ten. You know mortal kombat was a huge hit in our household there for a few years. I remember going to the movie theater with dr k. And i'm excited to see what we have for mortal kombat twenty twenty one. I know you said we don't have a whole bunch of big names but hero. yoke tanada. He's been on a whole bunch of stuff as soon as you see his face. You're gonna know who i'm talking about. There's no stars. There's nobody leading the film that people are going to save. Wow i know that guy. And he's he's somebody that because a lot of times. When you go to the movies you see a billboard of a famous star and you say you know what. That's why i gotta go check out that movie you usual hand is the is listed as the star and he's playing a character that's actually not even part of the mortal kombat franchise. I'll i'm gonna say here is just that i want to give this mortal combat the benefit of the doubt. I wanna give it the leeway to do what it needs to do. I did like the orchestra man. I mean that's got to be techno music my friend. That's cheese nineties. Tech amuse it has to be it cannot be orchestra like it wasn't a trailer. Can you give me one. Call back in the movie where you just give me that little bit attack. Noah's walking through get over here and finish him and all the other stuff didn't do the mortal combat yell didn't have that cheesy nineties techno music or revamped version of it. You'd think in today's world where they love to go ahead and redo remake classic nineties. Techno like that. You'd think they would just jump at the chance to go ahead and revamp that theme song but no they have to go ahead and make movie orchestra instead. I'm just saying what about this. What if we did like a hybrid. We did a little low fi hip hop style moral combat. Beat i think this might be it. And i think we could find a nice blend between what you're expecting from the nineties. What i'm expecting from the revamp here. I'm with you. We didn't bring a lot of big names here but at the same time you know we're going with a cast and people that i think are actually gonna put on a great show..
Bolton Fan TV
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Bolton Fan TV
"Got lebanon will they. They yeah said often once be twice three times all day for sons of washington for night. So i'm glad you all right. He's got a modern even right. This is an interesting now. I don't know anything about this. I'll be honest. I've not heard of the god. All hi much did not league marine. Fc receive from bolton when they signed jason mcateer of so. I'm not i'm not. I'm not bragging about it was a flex. I one million million pound to be five hundred pounds. Say five thousand pounds all day. Five hundred pounds five hundred take off. The ties got coupons. Five hundred quit walked it just it just as about when childhood light railway still topped went for so you know about it but you know i- bowen have been in the league coke to middlesbrough in two thousand nine four unlivable in nine hundred ninety five. The skull was the same in both finals. What was it at to be by the way this isn't said who to buy. We were in his up. So yeah it's the best way and be to one city three two on day. Three one the site we up buckingham. This culture come to games a ones nine hundred ninety five thousand full tonight nine five afterwards mccain along for decent side three one. It was two on..
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Talking Automotive
"Maybe liam level baps mark to you to do the summary off. Been taking lots of notes here so with with highlighter and everything. I try to summarize h podcast with and do it justice because you've covered off a hell of a lot of stuff and marauding is getting worse as it all for to raid mine riding because i talk more than more than rod but i'll give it a crack. Let me enough missed anything. I'm trying to summarize and correct me if i've missed anything. He your story because it's a amazing one and thanks for coming on the show tonight. So you're a creative person now. Distant the baker eddy person. You'll you you may not director. And then you've worked through the agencies from the karate saw the things from banks through to automotive and so you journey has been a dog who is very much focused on saruman digital but also during brain events so Myth in moved across to laugh from i into real estate with the ange In go to market area. But you've also gone through a number of roles which is insane. You have a stint in malaysia which has been pretty saudi and working with a number of different customers developers the residential areas the real estate agents at centra and the commercial side. When we look at the backstory of real estate dot com. I was not aware it at in doncaster. Becky nine hundred ninety five garage. I was living at don cassar at that time. Cy i'm wondering which garage it was in but it's a pretty amazing success story when you think it's the out to mike Price for real estate and omitted visitors per month. Let's a fair audience at getting and you're dealing with agents and developers and a whole range of industry pliers so when you see the similarities and this is what we're really kinda focusing on these are the biggest purchases that individual has in so house fullest. Kasich safe thinking of Promo mighty perspective. The house is a is a significant. And you mentioned that. It's locked changes that drive the behavior. Where the moving up or down or this. Ed additions to the family People moving at so that drives up behind him but also talked about the similarities in the saudis. The relationships and this comes through in a lot of podcast took It's franchise groups and these relationships with head office -tracting retaining talent because it is really. It's an lucrative industry but also can be a challenging weekends and it can be hard work And when we look at the data because the data is everything and you look at visits to saw and sought so by. We get a lot of that primary data. But then you also get out. Sources From the industry as virus other indicators like what was happening from the current government legislation interest rights audience numbers and yet borrowing quarries coming through with what looking full and even just measuring the getting feedback on consumer confidence. The pretty strong leading indicate is all of which cross iva very much in. What spies and then relocate is k. drivers. I really would determine what is being held. A what what. All what's being rented ange in the challenge until baddies. Yeah the doubting to had one a chalk. Or if you're in victoria and have the industry has adept at pivoted but then we're getting still obviously traditional Requirements of that. The senate thursday not opens the inquiries online. If you're retail by you still want to get in there and crush the cockpit the feel it smell the smell the coffee brewing or the biking in the oven of the breed said that you can close the deal. It's that smelling of the new cow. When you do the test drives so that sort of it is very similar for retail. But you mentioned the investor who is like a fleet baugh they looking at the numbers. So it's what's the return of that suburbs that property type that square meter ridge and it's it's more analytical purchase as opposed to that emotional sun but most of its delays very mentioned the marshall purchase. Which is why the blend. And you mentioned the importance of that only channel if you can't go digital because digital during his you're empowering the customers and customer driving where the industry's going so if you're only doing with that really embracing the digital sawed integrating the data from the digital side and also what we collecting. I've been for inspections but then responding to those leads quickly so he can get into those for inspections. Jason sounds like a candidate shift john. It's fascinating to similarities and just even a Say that if you're not if you're in the auto industry and you not watching the real estate market and the trends in your area in newell state. You missing out. Because it's a really lincoln size stricken strongly and Different from real sites Responding quicker to laid slightly auto industry has had to do and is still improving. And it's amazing. Viewed dive italian from the asu was talking about best practice. What i say every day and join what was it was a one hundred percent. The percentages dropped as you the more minutes to as you'll success rights to style and it was quite frightening to sit so that difference but impairing having that good customer experience. Mike's love of saints and have missed anything. Incredible rock did i. Thanks very much for joining us. Today it's been after pleasure speaking to you. And i think it's this such because being great understanding that trust the two industries the thanks very much thanks for having me. Hypoc be part of bringing the two industries. Close it again. I'll absolutely by an makes so much sense differently. The collaboration between the two needs to definitely improve further his different mutual benefits. Thanks for listening to a podcast today. If you need any more information on what we've covered place reach out to other johnson clay or myself my pelvis strap on lincoln will leave us a message or comment on the yet linked below. Also if you're saying click the subscribe button and also on youtube and if you have challenges with you jay. Plays subscribe to it on spotify or an eye chains. Thanks for listening. Now thanks This thing we'll chat you next week.
Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Nineteen public. Health standards require that increased. Outdoor air be circulated throughout the buildings. Unfortunately the university's heating systems will likely not be able to keep building temperatures above suitable levels for operations because of the extremely cold weather. Us you on. Its facebook said that even though some employees working remotely could work even while impersonations or closed the public safety team at issue is a formerly canceling all operations in the interests of equity again as a colorado state university has all its impersonate hybrid and remote classes for today citing the extreme cold weather and unfortunately according to a piece. I pulled out of the greeley trip yesterday by trevor read. This was late yesterday afternoon. Hope you had a very warm both in the literal and figurative sense very warm valentine's day as well. It's kind of interesting because you now loveland. The city of love have all those Balance a sweetheart city had all of those valentine's festivities and they had that group yesterday and it was pretty well attended as well. Which is kinda surprising when you think of it. But yeah the the coal just couldn't put a damper on love in the sweetheart city which is a good thing. But how long are we going to remain in this deep freeze. According to this piece that was updated yesterday afternoon Five o'clock those freezing temperatures are expected to persist through the area through thursday. Oh when the high reaches by that point in time we'll be breaking out the bathing suits and the boat drink. Some sunscreen high will be expected around thirty two degrees on thursday. Now as i mentioned the national weather service has issued that wind chill warning through eleven this morning and by the way. We're going to get through. We're going to spend some time talking little bit about a wind chill and frostbite this morning. What you need to now because it is dangerously cold out there. And unfortunately it's difficult to tell the difference between to below and twenty below but when it comes to the dangers of wind chill and frostbite. Some things that you definitely need to know now. Temperatures dropped to about minus twenty last night with wind chill values as low as minus twenty eight and of course exposed. Skin can develop prospect. And as little as ten minutes now. Yesterday's high was one degree one degree colder. According to trevor read in the greeley trip one degree colder than the record low temperature on this same day speaking of valentine's day february fourteenth same day in nineteen ninety-five of two degrees now on saturday the greeley area saad temps as low as minus four breaking the record low of five degrees also in one thousand nine hundred ninety five..
The Bible Says What!?
How Los Angeles church leader John MacArthur loves the Bible but not his neighbor
"Thanks for coming on and joining me today. for the pastor says what are new segments. We're going to start talking about how john macarthur loves the bible but not his neighbor. This article was written by rick. Pidcock and it's a very interesting article. Don watch tells a little bit more about john. Yes john we referred to him as johnny mack. Talk around here on our show a couple of times he is a. He's kind of the go to one of the go-to voices in the evangelical world. So he started his church out in los angeles late sixty s. I believe was sixty nine around there but And he's it seems like each one of these guys they have a And and they beat on it and to get their you know their their moment in the sun and his thing is at has been covert here. Lately i i had not heard of him before this. Apparently he is a lot wasn't on my radar. Covid is the The hill he wants to literally die on in has been forcefully trying to have what he refers to as protests which is actually church services. Correct in-person no. No regards to like there was a twenty five percent capacity rule. New regards to that. So no social distancing new no masks and rating. It was like yeah. We're like that was his big thing. Was we're having church and nobody social distancing. Nobody's wearing a mask and if you know. It was like celebrating their ignorance. I don't really egg me even ignorance because they do. They know unwilling to accept but the article was actually was written in july Of last year. And it talks about. And i looked up a couple of talked about in the article at that time in los angeles when he was being shut down and he was. You know this was his chance to scream persecution. There were one hundred and seventy three thousand nine hundred ninety five hundred round up five hundred seventy four thousand cases and forty three hundred and sixty deaths in los angeles county los angeles county alone today. I looked at the Wha what's what's happening and since that article referenced. Those numbers were as of july twenty seventh as of today the number of cases for los angeles county is one point one one million and the deaths is sixteen thousand six hundred forty seven.
Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"nine hundred ninety five" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"Radio show welcome back to the bureau gas ratio remember. All episodes are available on demand. So if you missed the broadcast get the podcast bear guys. Radio is available on all popular and unpopular podcasting apps. Let's get back to upcountry brewing company. John if you don't mind. I got a little nostalgic prepared for this. Show looking at some history and specifically your history. Can we talk about your background here. Oh absolutely yeah. It's the same story you've heard from everyone else home-brewed and college in an to get in the industry. I actually moved out to seattle when i graduated college. That's why i really fell in love with time called microbrews. I moved back to georgia. Nine hundred ninety five right win it was legalized in the spurs. Were starting to open up. And i actually worked two part time jobs. I was a server at a red robin and fry. Cook it and appleby. So that could work for free at the local brewery. There you go see gotta do dedication right there. Yeah were you gotta start in some georgia arena. Three was martha's vineyard. need first brewery. Here are a couple of others right technically. Yes i know. There was always a little bit of whether it was atlanta brewing. That was first or martha zil. I had the first license but martha zil did the first beer by about a week. Okay gotcha wow neck and neck and that's going back to ninety four. Yeah right in there. Yeah and i know you look at the articles that were huge plans for all. that prepped. Up ramped up for the olympics and everything but unfortunately martha zil closed in ninety seven. They get is that right. So i mean that was the great shakeout period. If you call that i do. Yeah absolutely. I got here the tail of that. I moved to atlanta weird story. But i moved here in ninety eight ones here too late ninety nine and then moved away for about a year and came back so had just a little break there. But you know. When i moved here we had there was a chain of group john. Harvard's down in buckhead went down there and Hops i think that was a national brew pub. Chain right alfa reta percy's fish house. I think was one yup. So personally i you know. I don't think i got here. Maybe after them or just a name on the name it was weird. At that time there were talking. Seemed like of brewpubs opening in buckhead. Yeah it was the cool spot then. Buckhead was great at that time for those in atlanta. That are old enough to remember. That was a really cool spot to hang out before all the stabbings by nfl stars in the l. That's right yeah. that's shortly. Before i moved there. I moved there africa at lame so i came with a wave of lameness that over todd area brought it with i feel bad because i used to come down and hang out at the all the various places the coyote ugly makers and whatnot and back. It was great. I ever seen anything quite like it before john from there you work summit atlanta bruin. I think I did most notably you founded terrapin beer company here in jordan when i was working atlanta brewing. That's when i met spike. Actually john roberts had just left to go start his group up and spike was the cellarman atlanta brewing right so he took over the brewer in the hired me on to take his places the cellarman. And that's where we met each other. We start talking about opening our own brewery someday short four and a half years later. We finally managed to make it happen there. You go and see. I would love to do. I've said this before. I really wanna do a like a georgia bruin family tree and i'm sure it would be the same in many other states but just to see who started wearing where they went from there and branched out. I know. I think i mentioned this before. But one of the guys that was one of the first employees at sweetwater actually has a burrito. Met again columbia. Now there was there was a guy. One of the one of the guys i know is married to a lady from columbia and he went down there and he's like of all places i'm in many in can also there's crappier and apparently lots of cocaine so you're pretty well sets the rumor. Yeah or what you need there but terrapin you know John i think a lot of people look at you. Guys as part of that group of of some of the brewers year with the atlanta bruins the john robertson in his pro max bloggers even martha's villain terrapin really broke a lot of barriers for georgia. Beer right oh absolutely. There weren't many of us back then and we were fighting really hard to teach people what craft beer really was. Yeah and that's so the laws. I know it was two thousand six before we can even do. What was it. Six percents cap. think so. Yeah it was. Yes and that was a big. It's winter when i came out with that monster beer tour which the obvious custer pass those monster beer tours. Oh the those beers. When i when i. That's around the time i came here. That was the thing i look for that. There was so for such a long period of time the monster beer tours and the What was a side project. yeah the side projects. Oh love the side projects to those went back quite a ways to right. Wow two thousand. Seven two thousand eight. Maybe the first one. I believe was hop shortage that you know with that whole thing that went down with nobody can get any ups. Yes the big hop shortage. Those were a tough time for beer. Oh it was very trying times a week. That's when everyone had to sign multi year contracts if you didn't have them before they would not give you any hops at all so that the funny thing about the hop shortage attitude was crap. We're gonna run out of hops. Let's just put them all in this spear just loaded up there. Put them in there right. And that's you know we were We were talking. I think that that's a sam adams. Our jim cook actually helped a lot of small breweries out to to keep brewin- beer by helping them get hops right. He absolutely did. I say he's a very solid dude. Yeah he had excess hops and he put it out to rumors all across the country. The helped.
Scuba Shack Radio
Rejoining the Paris Agreement of 2015
"Last month december. Two thousand twenty. The paris agreement celebrated its fifth anniversary. Unfortunately the united states of america really wasn't part of the celebration given our withdraw effective in november of two thousand and twenty two thousand and fifteen seem so long ago and the world in the united states has changed so much since then from what has been reported we are poised to rejoin the paris agreement with the transition to president biden's administration wonder just how easy it is to rejoin. I hope it's as easy to rejoin as it was to withdraw. So what exactly is the paris agreement and why is it so important. I'm a little embarrassed to say that. I really didn't know that much about it. Which meant i needed to understand. Is treaty a lot more first off. Yes it is a treaty a legally binding international treaty that was executed in paris on december twelfth. Two thousand and fifteen now. It was executed by the parties of the united nations framework convention on climate. Change or you an fcc now the un fcc was established in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and it was originally based in geneva switzerland since nine hundred ninety five is located in bonn germany. It has a staff of four hundred and fifty people from over one hundred countries. The executive secretary of the un fcc is patricia. Espinosa of mexico. And she is held this position since two thousand and sixteen if you go to the un fcc website you can click on the paris agreement tab at the top from there you can view a short two minute video about the agreement. You can also access the actual agreement. Which is what i did. It's not a huge document. It's only twenty five pages long and consists of twenty nine articles. Article two sets the goal specifically article two paragraph one ace states the agreement in enhancing the implementation of the convention including ex objectives aims to strengthen the global response to the threat of climate change in the context of sustainable development and efforts to eradicate poverty including by holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below two degrees celsius above pre industrial levels and pursuing efforts to limit the temperature increase to one point five degrees centigrade above pre industrial levels article. You also states that we need to do this. In a way that does not threaten food. Production and making finance flow supporting low greenhouse emission gas and climate resistant development. The cornerstone article says that this agreement will be implemented to reflect equity and the principles of common but differentiated responsibilities based on national circumstances. Now that's pretty powerful to me. That means wealthy. Powerful nations should be the leaders. The treaty works on five year cycles. And we just completed the first cycle now in this first cycle the country's established what is called their nationally determined contributions or nbc's and that's what each nation is committing to do to reduce global warming. You can actually go. To the registry of nbc's it states that one hundred ninety countries have submitted their first nbc including the united states. Although that first one was submitted. September second two thousand and sixteen and at eight parties have already submitted their second. The united states go back then was to be seventeen percent below two thousand five emissions by twenty twenty and twenty six to twenty eight percent below the two thousand and five emissions by twenty twenty five it stated that are targets were fair but ambitious. I think the overarching theme of the agreement was that we were all in this together. Developed countries have to help developing countries. Everyone has to play their part. Perhaps this is the idea that we're all in this together is why the. Us gave notice to the secretary. General of the united nations that the usa would withdraw and he gave that notice on november. Fourth two thousand and nineteen with the effective withdrawal date of four november. Two thousand and twenty. How ironic or dubious that. This date was right around our presidential election. I guess the good news is we haven't been gone that long and we can again be a part of this more good news. Is that for the first time. In two thousand and twenty. The un climate conference started to have a dialogue about the ocean and in twenty twenty. One there is a push to get ocean-based climate solutions into the paris agreement. Not so good news. However is that the international maritime organization. Or i am oh who represent the shipping industry is backtracking on their commitments to put this into context the shipping industry emit as much greenhouse gas gases as the sixth largest countries emissions. So it's not trivial. So how close out this segment again. By stating that. I am encouraged with the very real aspect that the united states will again rejoin the paris agreement and we will renew our commitment towards addressing climate. Change
True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
Rippers Left Hand
"I'm your host kit crumb. today jack. the ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries stand out and remain known. Answer what happened to amelia earhart. How did panamerican huge flying boat. Hawaii clipper disappeared without a trace. And who was jack. The ripper between august and november eighteen eighty eight. At least six women were murdered in london's white chapel district but it was the gruesome nature the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across london. Where the press picked up on the cereal aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer. Jack the ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate the evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to jack the ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to jack. The ripper others say eleven the list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper as of this writing the number of nonfiction books on jack. The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction without a doubt the most highly publicized rip book to come out in recent years was written by patricia. Cornwell portrait of a killer. Jack the ripper case closed cornwell claims to have found dna evidence linking walter skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the bestseller list and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the world. Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that walter skirt hoechst one more ripple letters but the fact remains said skirt was in france on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders. He was not jack. The ripper. cornwell use twenty-first-century technology including dna to come up with skirt as jack the ripper. Even though as mentioned he was in france during a number of the murders on the other hand james tully author of the book prisoner eleven. Sixty seven. The mad man. Who was jack. The ripper spent over thirty years investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate. James kelly who escaped from broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years specifically question. Why prisoner eleven. Sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the thousand nine hundred ninety five volume jack the ripper. Serial killer this highly research books speculation. Jack the ripper may have been an american. Dr francis tumblety who had a criminal record and both sides of the atlantic and in fact was arrested. Eighteen eighty eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a scotland yard. Inspector authors stuart evans and paul gainey claim that jack the ripper died in nineteen three when tumble tease heart stopped. Shortly after i finish the research for the story. I received a letter with a fingerprint. At the top that the author ledge was taken off one of the letters received by scotland yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left. Hand of jack the ripper. He claimed the original was among the files of broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum prisoner. Eleven sixty seven which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author. James tolleys assertion. That james kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders scotland yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint. Wideout make an arrest if however the print is that of james kelly. Why not say so.
Monocle 24: The Briefing
Covid-19 vaccine: First person receives Pfizer jab in UK
"Well. Biontech and pfizer's landmark coronavirus vaccine has been given to the first person in the uk as part of a mass immunization program. The uk's vaccine roll it is being watched keenly across the rest of the world has other countries begin. Prepare to vaccinate their own populations for the latest on this. Let's talk to our health and science correspondent. Dr chris smith. Chris is also consultant for all the gist at cambridge university. I good afternoon. Chris tyler so i guess So far so good at least we have. We have a soundbite already. We had at the top of the program from this ninety year old woman. Who's been there the first to be to vaccinated chris last week. We saw a little bit of Chest thumping on the part of some politicians the uk saying look. This is great The uk is steaming ahead. How eagerly he would you say not. Just the immediate neighbors across this side of the channel but around the world are going to be watching. What are they going to watching. Forty you think over the coming days and weeks as this rolls out well think it will be a confidence boost to those other countries because no one likes to be i they unless it's a shorty. A dead cert. There's always some risk with any kind of intervention. And this is no different. So having a regulator a regulator that's world renowned the jewelry the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency. Which is the. Uk's regulator which prior to just having jurisdiction over the uk walls prior to the brexit transition kicking providing that service for the whole of europe. Now europe does that through the ama it. It gives a precedent that other countries can look to and say right. Okay one fairly ferry. Big actor has gone ahead with this nathan. It's good therefore we're happy to Gives us some confidence too. So i think that there's always that aspect to it and it's coming good for the uk in the sense that it saying here we are. We've had a pretty rough time with this. But now some some fantastic triumph of sciences kicked in and we're about to start deploying this across the country and we're gonna we're gonna protect our outpatients. We have this type of approval from a respected Player how much do agencies elsewhere of course within the eu and obviously similar bodies all over the world. how much does it short circuit For them as you said. It establishes a precedent And does that mean that you have you know days or weeks then knocked off the process. Of course he. I'm sitting here in switzerland. Obviously a lot of talk as well about of course is also on the uk as well so does it actually then really prevent And and and and you do you have a moment where you have a real series of time locked off. They'd process well. The europeans are considering this through the jurisdiction of the ems the european medicines agency but the uk is still subject to a you know and in the uk is used one particular rule which is a regulation one seven four which is a specification for in public health crisis. Or emergency you can. Emergency approved something for use in your particular jurisdiction so the nhra has used that to approve this for the uk. Any other country in europe could've done the same thing so it's quite interesting that they've actually decided to white on a broad overarching decision from the a. But it doesn't matter. Who your regulator is they have to meet the same checks and balances. Because at the end of the day they all the gateway between a manufactured product and the public who going to receive it and it's on their neck that the decision rests so then going to say a will. They did it so we'll kind of ignore with this stuff would just sign it off. They are going to apply wherever they are in the world the same rigorous checks that they would apply whether or not someone else regulated something but it does help to give them confidence and he gives them a bit more political impetus when they see that. Another major regulator has taken a product which is also going to be wheeled out in that particular country and said well you know what's good enough is enough the ganda over the past few weeks. Of course astrazeneca moderna in this case. Biontech visor they. They've all been popping up in the headlines. Chris and of course various speeds that of course these approval processes have been working at now. We have three vaccines. We're we're now told her that there might also now be a fourth which is very much in play might be getting closer to approval. How different are all of these in terms of effectiveness and and do they all function largely the same way or do you. Also because obviously many countries that are hedging their purchasing all of them. Am i going to be particularly concerned. In a couple of weeks. If if i choose to get the moderna vaccine versus the astrazeneca versus the by pfizer one. In fact i think the uk has go options in on seven different vaccines and yes. You're right three of them are nearing the finishing nine in the uk but there are many others waiting in the wings around the world. There are ten different types of vaccine the work in ten different types of ways or being generated a more than forty and now in advanced stages of clinical trials. So pretty soon. We're going to have more vaccines than we can shake a stick at up to a point. That's a good thing and it's a good thing because not vaccines are going to be suitable for all people not vaccines are going to be available to all people not vaccines are going to work in all territories and what i mean by. That is if we take the fiso vaccine as an example. This needs to be kept at minus seventy degrees until five days or so before you're going to use all nine hundred and seventy five doses that are in batch and i've just seen a letter go from medical director saying can we make sure that we we use all nine hundred seventy five days in a within the five days so that we don't waste any of this very precious vaccine. Now that's going to be no use whatsoever in some countries where they don't even have a stable. Electricity supply let alone a stable minus eighty degrees freezer. So therefore having lots of options is a powerful thing also We don't know what the long term outcomes with these vaccines against be. We know that they provide pretty high level of protection but short after the vaccination program is finished in other words in in the weeks to a month or so. The person's completed the vaccine course. They're protected with the fis vaccine to the level of about nine hundred ninety five percent. But what happens in five months. What happens in a year. we don't know. And it may well be that other products that come along are able to confer a longer term protection. They might confer a big boost if you give one of those on top of one of the other products. This is a learning process. We're going to be sort of going through this process as time goes on an. It's always good to have more options. Where this sort of things concerned. If if your project yourselves twelve months twenty four months out do you think we also end up in a place because of because of cost because of stability many other things that they're only going to be potentially to vaccines. Is that the way things often go. The other ones might be effective but they might be too expensive as you said they might be too volatile and they fall by the wayside. I so i guess what i'm getting at. Will there sort of a clear winner in all of this in terms of one of the players and obviously the concoction that that ends up within the syringe. Well it's hard to say. I mean you know it's like niels bohr. Who is the forefather of quantum mechanics. Said prediction is very difficult especially when it concerns the future. But it's it's going to be very hard to know because we don't know what the long term outcome with these agencies. They are expensive. These genetic vaccines that pfizer. Madonna offering all pricey the astra zeneca vaccine. Which is still sitting with the regulator here in the uk. At the moment that one will be much cheaper and is also much easier to deploy and store so that there are pros and cons of all these things and it may not come down to simply a case if this one does this and this one does this therefore two horse race. I think we will definitely be a market for a few of these products whether or not. That market's going to be sufficient to sustain all forty plus of the clinical trials that are going on now but but certainly while the world is rushing to get this stuff in sufficient volume. Because that's the issue at the moment the companies just can't push it out the door fast enough the moment it's any partner storm so people are desperate to access whatever vaccine they can as fast as they can and just before we go chris any sense. When you're maybe discussing with your medica- medical call leaks. What the uptake is is going to be. I was talking to a doctor at the university hospital here in zurich the other day his defense was that you know probably just within the hospital owned probably fifty percent of the staff. You know would not be interested in taking the vaccine. Is that sort of a a pretty good gauge. In terms of how the public will look at this. Or if you're not in the medical trenches all day maybe you're going to be keener to take it any any house view from your side. I'm sensing quite a degree of what we dub vaccine hesitancy based on the questions that are coming into various radio programs on participating in basic enquiries from members of the general public and if you look at the day to this come out of the pew research center in america have been running a number of population surveys in the states and originally that was very alarming showed that fifty percent of people would reject a vaccine offered one at that point in time. They recently repeated that survey found that in fact the uptake had risen to fifty from fifty to sixty percents so in other words forty percent. Turn it down. But that's still forty percent. Turn down right now in the uk. We think it's probably going to be Less than that but at the same time still a significant proportion of people are uncertain citing rapid production very rapid approval. As a reason for concern. I do think this is largely going to take care of itself though because what will happen is that because of the way in which these vaccines are being rolled out to high priority high risk groups. I with a trickle down into the younger echo lonzo society over time by the time many of the people who live in countering who is saying. I'm nervous about this. Come to be offered a vaccine. It will have actually been through a very significant proportion of other people and that may well have in still quite a bit confidence into people are safe track record by then so i think it may be one of those short term problems. The actually takes care of itself. That's what i'm hoping anyway. Chris thanks very much for that. That was monocled health and science. Dr chris smith.
What's going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine?
"Everyone is continuing to scrutinize the oxford astrazeneca vaccine which just me awakes ago. Felt like how best chance at a vaccine for card and it's it's come up with results as we talked about last week. That looks really promising. And then on closer inspection. They looked a bit. We'd there was a thing where a small group of people in the vaccine trial received a half toys and they had better results. But then now there's questions about whether they would give him a half dose by accident. How do we make sense of what's happening with this vaccine trial. It's actually really hard. So we we signalled all this. I think last tuesday on corona cash. So it was quite clear then. The they done something unacceptable which was tried to average two very different trials and one going to sixty two percent result effectiveness result of preventing covid nineteen disease. Which if it'd been the first vaccine to report cited pretty good because the registration level is fifty percent effectiveness but came after a visor moderna with well over ninety percent effectiveness. And then how. They got their average of seventy percent. Sh- really sounds like confection. Which is that the got in another smaller trial. A result in people who have does food or following had got ninety percent effectiveness. And all this goes back to pharmaceutical companies making scientific announcements by press release. We could talk about this til kingdom come. There are rumors circulating this confirmation but apparently they're rushing to publish this and that there's a report of the financial times they will publish this in the lancet thursday so thursday of this week british time. We should know a bit more about this trial and remember. This is a vaccine. The promise not to make profit side of that is cheap. And they've committed to giving very large doses. i think something enormous like a third of the world's doses of vaccines are relying on astra any so. This is a lot riding on this vaccine. So six effectiveness is better than nothing but hard to justify spending money on if you other vaccines around that are ninety percent but if there's nothing else around than what do you do so they may have to repeat the trial With a half does fall by food if you remember. There is rationale for that. Which is that. The chimpanzee virus that takes genetic material into the cell in theory generate an immune response in other words you immunize to the chimpanzee virus so the second vaccine does that you get the bodies kind of immune to actually the carrier for the vaccine so it doesn't prove to be effective the russians get round this by giving you two different carrier vaccines first. One is a different carrier. Virus from the second vaccine doors has a different carrier virus. Antibodies to the first one won't affect the second one but the the reason they chose. The chimpanzee virus was in the theory. That the human being wouldn't generate an immune response to a chimpanzee vars. It would be kind of invisible which is maybe wishful thinking about. They have studied this chimpanzee adenoviruses before so really we can talk about it. A lot on corona cast but will know hopefully the end of the week an awful lot more than we know now. But i suspect they're going to have to go back to the drawing boards and try a half those trial just to see whether or not they can get a ninety percent efficacy so we have some questions from the audience about this. But i've got some questions for you. I do these sorts of things. The maybe the deicing mix apple the on shore uncertain results so these happening or clinical trials. But the difference. This time is that the public is watching it. Play out in real time or is there a chance that these frantic competitive pace of trying to get a vaccine out is may be causing companies to have to make errors and so then what does this mean for our ability to trust a vaccine once. It comes on the market all good questions. Teagan the reason you've got this problem is almost certainly rushing and missing out of what's called a phase two trial so normally you've got three phases of trials phase. One which is looking at safety tends to be small and a few hundred people then you would normally go to face to face to trial is a dose. Finding study which is the most effective does of vaccine or drug. That's going to get you your effect. That's in a larger number of people and you. You test the dozing now. What you've missed out here in all. These trials is a proper phase to study so they've rushed headlong into a phase three study with a guesstimate as to what the doors is. Now i think from memory. There was an element of doors finding in the face. Three study in the may. Well it'd in them does finding all the vaccine trials testing the site. Which is why you've got the half does or could be a mistake. We'll find out but it could be that we got the doors wrong. And if you remember rightly right at the beginning of this whole process we said nine out of ten vaccines fail and we haven't had nine ten vaccines fail so far we've had them all surviving this process. It's just that the astro vaccine was disappointing with a to those regiment. Michael's asking about the payoff. Side of things star. He's pointed out that pfizer medina have both sort of said that they vaccines are about ninety five ninety nine hundred percent effective but they've been very selective about releasing details of their methodology and is querying why they haven't been subject to similar criticism as oxford astrazeneca. I hope decisions are not being based on who has the best. Pr so the answer to that is we. Don't know until they publish the results. But certainly pfizer. Moderna were fairly straightforward. And what they said it wasn't transparent at all they just don't trust that to one thousand nine hundred. Ninety five percent effectiveness astro if you like was a bit more transparent although there were a bit silly and averaging the two trials so you could see. There was part of the study which showed sixty two percent. Genetic study showed ninety percent now if that happened with pfizer madera. Different does is. We don't know that all we know is that the does they've published. They got really good results but the regulators will see those findings. It's there's no. There's no benefit to pharmaceutical companies of lying to regulators like the food and drug administration. Because the will be called out. The penalty is a huge in terms of reputational damage and in the financial damage. So go to get this sorted out. And they've got to be honest with the public but this is the problem with a press. Release you just. Don't get a chance to scrutinize the data.
Is the Oxford vaccine worse than the other ones?
"And we had some more exciting vaccine related news in the last couple of days. Norman the astrazeneca vaccine from oxford university has released results saying that. It's an average of seventeen point four percent effective which is less than what we were hearing about the other. Vaccines that have recently been announcing interim results from fifa and madonna. So is the oxford vaccine. Like the bad one or is it just the way they've crunched the numbers looking a bit different to the way pfizer and medina have crunched. The numbers and sean writes in. So we're getting the dot t. One thanks you'll have to force me to take that one advisor moderna. I'll be first in line stuff. The for'de astrazeneca one who trust the uk. Now anyway. thanks. I'm sean sean. Next time you say the question just tell us what you mean you a. You don't be the by bush. So here's the story of esther vaccine report. So this is the problem releasing by pressure lease and what they did. This press release was really naughty. They gave an average of seventy percent but it was an average over two separate trials. You can't do that. You can average two separate trials with different objectives different doses and so on and say was was seventy percent and you can only assume that what we're trying to hide wars that the food does trial. Which was the latte. The larger of the true was actually quite disappointing. Compared to the one thousand nine hundred ninety five percent results that pfizer moderna have been reporting for the amarnath vaccine where they get the average coming up. A bit is actually. What at first sight seems counterintuitive. So you try which the big what which is to fool does is and you've got a smaller trial where they did a half those to begin with and then a fool doors late about a month later and what the got with that one was ninety percent. Say to the to the other two. That's right but effective remember. This was affective in preventing covid nineteen disease. We still don't know whether prevents infection now said well. Why would a lure does one work well. It's actually quite conceivable that the lord does one is the better way of giving it because the vaccine works spy using a chimpanzee cold virus which has been inactivated sort of doesn't caused disease to carry the genetic message inside the cell for the sale to produce despite protein. That's going to generate an immune response in the body that will have memory to fight the infection. So that's how it does the chimpanzee vars whilst it doesn't develop disease in the person our immune system does recognize this virus and january. antibodies toured. So what can happen. Is that you give. The food does in the first. Does the body a gets. Antibodies to the chimpanzee vars. And then when you give the secon- does it doesn't work because your body's fighting off the victor really. That's right the train of the truck the text but if you want to call it the terms of the metaphor taking the phones of other words that blocks the driver from taking the from carrying the the vaccine into the cell so the f- the lure does wand doesn't generate a strong response to the chimpanzee virus but still pump primes the immune system against the vaccine against the spike protein. I should say so. The second vaccine does work so this is actually good news so could be. That is just as good and it'd be a nice one to be just as good because it's going to be a lot cheaper. It's going to be available in the developing world. Astros said that they're not going to take any prophets on it at least during the pandemic and transports in the fridge. So it's easy to transport and resilient so you can't average here so the sixty percent is completely misleading. Double full does pretty lousy half those plus four does pretty good and that director attention towards where it should go.
Prince William heartbreak: Duke broke down in 'tears' after explosive Diana interview
"Tonight. Britain's prince william is breaking his silence on that new investigation into the bbc's infamous interview with princess diana in one thousand nine hundred ninety five investigation looking into claims. She was tricked in doing it. Abc's james longman from london tonight tonight. Prince william is breaking his silence about a new investigation into this controversial interview with his mother. Diana think mrs parker bowles was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage. Well lewis three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded williams. Saying he tentatively welcomed the independent investigation into how journalist martin bashir persuaded the princess to speak calling it a step in the right direction and saying it should help. Establish the truth. It's a significant move. Lending wait too long held beliefs in diana's family that she used dishonest tactics to land the interview. Charles spencer. diana's brother has claimed she had bank statements forged to trick diana into thinking. Royal staff being paid for information on her and the bashir said her car and funds were being tracked but she has yet to respond to the claims. The bbc saying he's too ill to comment of reportedly suffering from covid nineteen and undergoing heart surgery. The bbc cleared of any wrongdoing in nineteen ninety-six. But it says it's taking this new investigation very seriously.
World News Tonight with David Muir
Prince William welcomes new probe into 1995 Diana interview
"Britain's prince william is breaking his silence on that new investigation into the bbc's infamous interview with diana in one thousand nine hundred ninety five investigation looking into claims. She was tricked in doing it. Abc's james longman from london tonight tonight. Prince william is breaking his silence about a new investigation into this controversial interview with his mother. Diana do you think. Mrs parker bowles was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage. Well there were three of us in this march so it was a bit crowded. Williams saying he tentatively welcomes the independent investigation into how journalist. Martin bashir persuaded the princess to speak calling it a step in the right direction and saying it should help establish the truth. It's a significant move. Lending wait too long held beliefs. In dana's family that bashir used dishonest tactics to land the interview charles. Spencer diana's brother has claimed prochet had bank statements forged trick diana into thinking royal staff. Were being paid for information on her. And the bashir said her car and funds were being tracked but she has yet to respond to the claims. The bbc saying he's too ill to comment after reportedly suffering from covid nineteen and undergoing heart surgery. The bbc cleared of any wrongdoing in nineteen ninety-six. But it says is taking this new investigation very seriously
Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
European Road Tripping In 1975 with Marshall & Debbie Hockett
"Hello Travel, nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. Host Travis Sherry and joining me today or to people who in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, hopped on a plane to Europe. Grabbed the VW named Banana spent a year exploring the continent and then wrote a book about it forty five years later Marshal and Debbie, Hawk it from tripping nine hundred and seventy-five dot com marshland. Debbie thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Thanks for having us and we are going to get into the adventure that you had in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five. This is a travel podcast after all, we're GONNA, talk about all your travels and how things have changed but to me, the most impressive part isn't the trip itself but that you wrote a book about it, forty five years later because so many people say I want to write a book I WANNA, write a book I want to write a book and I'll get eventually and you know they never do. So you guys are part of a very small minority that actually did it. So let's let's start with that. Tell us. How the book finally got written and why did it why we find like we got we got to do this. We just have to finish this life goal. Well the book was written all the time, all those years they happened to be A book that was given to us by one of our friends, it was a blank page book. And it was a hardback on the spine of the book was written tripping nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy five and our friend presented it to us before we laughed. Oh look. Just happened as. The original. So he wrote a journal every almost every day the woman who gave us this we're about A. Week from going on this trip for a year and she with noticed us. She gave us this book and she said. You've got to be completely truthful. You got be truthful and I want to be the first person who reaches thing. her name Melissa Marian Marcus. I said sure. I agree to those terms. Traveling for a year. When we got back. She was the first person reading. She loved. Unfortunately. Mary died of cancer. So. Anyhow I was busy having my own law firm. Makes CETERA. Sat on the shelf. This on behind. So it sat there for a long time a long time. We resumed our careers. Marshall had a really good a domestic family law practice in San Diego. And then he was appointed by governor, to be a judge, you weren't just sitting around not doing anything. Let's put it that way. Right you guys now. Retirement. We already had our retirement. That's right. That's right. You're taking it early. So so you go through this and the book sits on the shelf and sitting there and singer take us then to the decision to actually. Make into a published book that it is. Now, whose idea was it? was there any hesitation to doing it or did you think now after all these years you know we have to? That was known for traveling because just like you are. Trailing I was talking to court Turco and she was saying Gosh all the places you've been your write a book. Some clicked in my mind I said you know I think Arne. So. So I. Needed to. Do. Prologue. epilogue. Their tell her he made a sense of easy. It was not easy. Now hold on here. Yeah. Just just type it up epilogue prologue but. was, it was it word for word from the Journal or did you have to go back and you know add some different language or or make it read more like a book like I corrected some spelling? Errors. There were many corrections at all. It's it's pretty much word for word. Wow. Wow what and so you mentioned that you guys are now you're known for traveling. That wasn't the only trip that you talk all that kind of stuff. What do you see? As some of the biggest differences between like when you travel and then. Now or recently and back then because that must have been a pretty neat trip down memory lane. Going back through the book, typing it up. But then saying, well, this could never happen nowadays or this wouldn't happen nowadays because of this this and this gives us some of the biggest differences. The number of tourists. It's crazy now. So way less tourist. Then then there are now have you have you noticed that like just across Europe or would you say it's kind of a worldwide phenomenon now at this point like it's just so much more accessible for let's say regular everyday people to get a plane ticket to go see a place that they've always dreamed of seeing. That's what I would say. Yes. And since more people have traveled and written books. About it I think people wanted to travel more you can't touch stone. Stonehenge. They don't allow that you guys now. You can't see. The. Mona. Lisa, they're just eighty thousand lots of tourists near behind them across the room at A. Painting that is now the size of. Came
The Adult Toys From Dodge
"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but
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Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis
"Welcome to the Mater Hell, show this fitness nutrition expert, Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to you today. We've got a very popular episode nine up today with him. Talking about how we can make the most of the situation that we find our society and right now you know with twenty twenty. It seems like twenty twenty came along and through our lives into a blender, but today we're GonNa talk about how we can make it into a delicious smoothie. You know what I mean and right now here in the state of California that just moved to. We haven't even been here full year yet. Society is re shut down there and just shut it down, opened it little bit open the crack and they shut it back down and right now for the upcoming semester children are you back to school we've got millions of people who are unemployed. Countless businesses are closed and this is a very trying time and I truly want everybody to understand that we have not seen the fallout. Fallout yet. The true fallout and I WANNA help to make sure that as many people as possible are in a position to overcome this, because our mental health is going to be stressed, our financial health physical health are relationships, but we can come out better Albert Einstein said that in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity, and we have to shift our mindset to that, though because when things are going bad, we're faced with. especially uncertainty, we tend to go to the dark side. Are This is how? An CONSI- Walker you know went down the wrong path it was it was presented with You know those those trying times and trying opportunities you know so shout out to Darth vader shadow to space balls IRA out. They get credit. one of the greatest movie parodies of all time all right instead of Chewbacca, the wookey. They had BARF play by John. Candy. Alright a big shot to them. But again in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. We have to shift our mindset there and this has been a trying time for many. But I believe that we are strong I believe that we are capable and I believe that this is a time in history that is offering a great reset. It's offering an opportunity for humanity elevate. It makes me think of you know the original Nintendo the original Nintendo. The game console itself had two buttons. One was a power button in one was a reset button. First of all, why don't if I want to reset? Push the power button often. Turn it back on again. They're like no. You're going to need this reset button. The reset says. I'm playing the game. Maybe I made a mistake maybe i. was exposed to clinch. May. Be I WANNA do something different, but the reset says I'm going to keep playing. is going to tap this real. Quick I'm GONNA keep playing. And I think their life right now is a big reset button that is getting pushed whether we like it or not, and so we need to embrace it because it's happening, you know fighting against what is is what leads to allow to suffering. But the thing is we don't have to. We don't have to be content about it. We need to accept it realize what's happening. Realize what is and then put in place an intelligent. Plan of action which starts from the inside. Truly, all changes in inside game and really getting our mindset right and taking control of our own personal. Economy inside of our minds are personal health and wellness inside of our minds, so we can take that and spread that out to our family and our communities so very excited about this episode in as I mentioned. This is my first full summer here in California I grew up the Mid West S. T.. L.! Right in here in California is, it's amazing. The consistency in the weather, but something that I've noticed is very different from the Midwest Summers. Is that here in California you got the heat he might be to say is nine hundred ninety five outside. And If, there's a piece of shea going. Get into the shade in this cooler cycle is nice shadier. In Saint, Louis, it doesn't work that way. Would you say if it's ninety ninety five and Saint Louis? And you see a little piece of shade going. Get some of their shade, but. He's like what do you think you're going? We have this little extended arm, cold humidity, and it'll grab your by your collar. I make your holiday dollar humidity. It doesn't feel good. You know so. It's like I've got a true experience now of going into the shade and me like Oh. This is nice, nice shade. But Saint Louis doesn't work that way shot to all my friends and family in Saint Louis, everybody listening in Saint Louis I love you guys so much.