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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

05:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"Being called a paedophile protector said of lost and he said oh. It was the no way that it can come back and like some postal votes. Count guests Nine off and she said oh. Well you know you've got two options you can use. Stop all night Shakes on and say congratulations. Or you can write statement. Which will issue the declaration and you can go on. Said i'm knock shaking up monzon. I'm not shaking his hand after all abuse of his family and supporters And after the things that he's been sharing online in places where i counsel them. I said statement. I'm going to go sean. Fielding went home that night and he went on a short mini break with his girlfriend. He just wanted to get away from ill. And roger mia was jubilant if his transmissions and his posts are to be believed he'd one when i emailed roger mear with a detailed list of questions his response was perhaps to be expected. He replied that it didn't feel right for him to respond to such preposterous allegations. He said that he's a victim of a malicious campaign by labor. Party sympathetic journalists. He said the. I was only the latest privileged white liberal to attempt to push a predetermined narrative of intimidation racially motivated harassment on behalf of the local mp gym man and he ended it with a threat he wrote be in no doubt that i will also take action against you personally and report you to the police but things are getting more difficult for jamir at the end of july. He was arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order. Offence militias communications. And what do you think motivates him. I think he's a sociopath. I think he created censure. These is very fragile ego which was damaged with the bad publicity. God from the school's undies just out for revenge but the arrest isn't stopping roger mear. He says he's innocent and he's not been charged but he's used it as evidence that he's being silenced in the paranoid requisite world that he's created everything can be evidence of corruption cancel mishaps or incompetence or admittedly dodgy activity it bolsters his claim to the people of oldham tune in every weekday his transmissions that the powerful of working against you that those people that you fear really all doing bad things and that it's okay to think so demille own investigations not only on stuff and i'm not just listened to you. Know talk allies. The latest talk a lot of sense in the one breast got. Yes in the next breath. Rather i don't want to go back to being an oblivious. You can't you can't you. Can't put them worms in the of debbie's right the worms are out and they're recalling around just in oldham but everywhere in thousands of closed facebook groups where angry and the forgotten and the dispossessed can get together and feel a part of something and say what they want without consequence in fact one of the first pieces that taught us the newsroom behind this podcast ever published was by my colleagues it was about how instrumental a facebook group in south. Wales had been in overthrowing the neighbor council. There's a giddying power in that but of course it's important because at its heart. This is a story about what happens when people unpoliced by truth and without consequence can fill the vacuum created by a decline in local news and a decline really in enthusiasm for political parties without a trusted source of local news. News that reflects the place you live in all of its local minute. Complexity without checks on targeted conspiracies and malicious accusations online. Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised when somebody like roger steps.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

07:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"His whole project about whipping up fear in two thousand nineteen. Roger mear published email correspondence between the local. Mp jim mcmahon and a bbc journalist from six years earlier is an email which had been lied to him and it proved to be a key bit of evidence something he used to bolster his claim the council and the local labor party ignoring asian grooming gangs operating in oldham that they just went investigating the she shabazz where abuse might be going on for debby barrett coal a friend and supporter roger mears. Those emails seem like a smoking gun. One fired by jim mon. Who was the leader of oldham council. At the time he date he exposed. July hits full at an upper That i just thought by all these children that was that was being taken to these grieving. shabazz. And i'm thinking. I'm gonna mediate easter leader of the council and he should be telling all the parents in oldham keep an eye on kitson. Don't let go in in any shape shabazz. shouldn't be cool Saw to encase it. Chris chris puncher then for why is it. Why will it create One condominium it's asian men the agreement that's when eight just. It was a bit locker. Red rector bolts may. I'll be honest with you is really nice. Guy isn't as the genders where Agendas you've got your gender everybody's agenda. Get not i'm not i'm not syllable i actually do believe rogers agenda is a genuine warm. I think he's To save the time. I think he's tried to actually highlight. What's the we all to rectify to to get it right. After me research domain home where people otx saw Pencil about brick wall after wall brick wall which brings us to the end of two thousand twenty a dark couple of months as you remember of lockdowns and surging. Cova deaths a time when lots of us were separated from loved ones and stuck inside. And this is when rajini really begins to focus on sean fielding roger me and moves around who's most vulnerable target the time so prior to the general election. He was talking. Jim on a number of from and that was an attempts game diesel. Let's lay account. When i was in successful. jim was reselected in them. Reelected as labor pay. He started looking for his next most vulnerable saga. And this is where the two stories of roger mear and sean fielding really i meet because shown fielding announces he's standing for reelection in failsworth west award in town sandwiched between manchester and oldham but which had been subsumed into the borough of oldham in nineteen. Seventy four failsworth is predominantly white community. Oldham has a large asian population and that dynamic is really important mcraven with oldham council berries always on the toll because of the ethnic makeup hold on the ethnic refales with of fails with a not happy about being administered from place. The has a large minority population is unknown to tell the rooms through much of the discontent resent the i used to. When i was a little council shown is a local boy through and through. His dad was a bus driver. An active in the trade union. His mom worked for city council. This was a community that knew him. He'd done a paper round as a kid. He'd played piano at the christmas concert church. He was twenty two when he was first. Elected to the council into people's sale is going to say that something people i hadn't seen for long time and it was. Oh going pretty well for sean fielding in late twenty eighteen he took a cool from the labor mpg man. Who said to him. You should go for the leadership of the council. A tall by it was it. Like i say it was really lay on us again. I'm gonna do it so contested. Leadership election won't buy a decent the end but local. Politics is a viper's nest as it is with counselors in every community. Not everyone was happy with the word that sean fielding was doing from the get go. He attracted snide remarks about his age in about his previous job working at tesco and then in october last year he bought the town's ailing shopping center spindles for almost ten million pounds in the middle of the pandemic. He wanted to move. The town's beloved tommy 'field market from its historic site and move it into the spindles. Change oldham in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties. Day are gonna mention the market within two minutes of talk because it was a point of pride. Unlike a lot of these markets it's been buffeted by forces like online shopping amazon. But i think tony field holds this kind of totemic place in the oldham imagination. And now it's coming to. So you're she and i took a drive from the centre manchester. Where your she's office. The mill is out and up to oldham with glorious views out onto the moors and we went really to to visit this monument to sean. Fielding's ambition always wastefulness depending on what it used to be like while you didn't have time to sit down. Did you know it was it was it was great people millon notes all the time the community which you say what it says just dying is a stall at the back. He retired last week. So that's klausner. This is kara affair with their own to start sad because it wasn't a good luck marked their cy market. Not think few years ago just a couple of hundred meters away. Stand the spindles. Shopping center service building coming up is spindles shopping center and this is the one the council recently for about ten million cores. And you'd be hard pressed to find someone around here. He's delighted about decision. Powerful maybe sean fielding who described it as an absolute bargain the council things they can regenerate whole area and make spindles sort of sensitive by lafayette will thank. Well you have regenerate most of the town say faith in the regenerate and it's big showy local projects like this shopping center that made some people suspicious of sean fielding and maybe you can hear a hint of it in his voice but this is a guy who's self-assured outspoken he could easily rob people up.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

08:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"Outside counsel school instead of reporting the alleged corruption and abuse. Roger mear trained his online campaign on three people the first schoenfield incur. You've already met who was. Then the labour leader of the council the second was on. Jim mcmahon who was the council leader during the free schools fiasco and is now the labor. Mp for oldham west and roydon in return was very clear is this mosque is controlled by eddie obey cartel the labor conti cartel in this area and they provide the block. Vote to the labor party. Particular jim mcmahon in recent years and thirdly on a woman could orig- who is now the new leader of oldham council and the first muslim woman to run a council in the north of england. We hear i root shah lead of oldham council with their entourage of gansters heroin dealers kidnappers together these three politicians withdrawn into the increasingly sophisticated and complex theory. That fraud had come up with one that was rooted in oldham which long ago was cast as the most deprived place in england. A place where certain people felt that white people in particular were being left behind. These politicians have created a climate of fear in this town. They have given free rein to islamists and the heroin dealers from the pakistani community to go out and attack people who are and look. That's be honest. all we've asked for all we have ever asked for choose safeguard our children from grooming and gangrene and the thing is. There's really no one around to challenge him. There's no one to fact. check him. Oldham is a bit of a news desert but the local newspapers have run by a tiny staff. The biggest of which is actually run out of bolton which is twenty five kilometers away. He brings in loads of really abstruse local information. It's almost like in a town which has been stripped of all its media and all its newspaper as he is now the evening news and he tells people what's going on with the council on some some of the things he says true. Sometimes he identifies real failings like not being open about the fact that the council had shebeen armored from the dog grooming gangs on their payroll not being open about the fact that you know a taxi driver license who despite having sexual conviction and if you pull those things together and people already dislike the council because they feel the council hasn't delivered the regeneration of olden that's been promised hasn't made their lives better despite them paying some of the highest council tax rates in the country. Yeah it's a mix that people find believable and has a particular racial ethnic makeup and the tensions that come with that absolutely. I mean you know. Rosza mayor is sewing his seat in a very particular bad which is a town that is not only economically deprived but has had real issues between communities as we saw the riots and if you go on his facebook page the message at the talk is with racism weaponized and the working classes portrayed a network of corrupt politicians now control vast territories across the country. He says supported by their associates in the mainstream media and aided by criminal asian cartels these politicians rule in the manner identical to despots from children's stories books. It's almost like he's taking part in some sort of tv drama. It's almost like he's writing a film about his town. This sort of gothic narrative of secret cabals who are collaborating behind closed doors to screw over the people of older. So you're paying council tax to account so that doesn't care about you and is conspiring with people to keep you poll and to funnel the money to other causes. It's all totally on evidence. But i think for a lot of people that's been quite quite powerful so raja mea the requisite was born and soon there was a professionalism tastes online presence. His audience was growing. He was reaching thousands of people in his facebook and youtube posts and there were six or seven other facebook groups in particular that whampoa firing him groups cooled things like proud of oldham and saddleworth off. Failsworth matters some of them open. Some of them closed managed by locals and catering to an audience around seventeen thousand people. Here ikea's asians. Rumor intrigue with meat and ferment and grow into certainty out of the site of the very people who are being accused who wasn't invited inside. Hello this is. John grills from creepy. 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Sometimes i think this could happen anywhere else. This could happen at any town. That's on times and you know where. A lot of people are on facebook which has dozens of this country maybe hundreds but then i think how. Many people are going to be as energetic as roger. Mear like this is posting to our long transmissions on facebook and youtube. He's running a subscription only blog. He's got like branding at the beginning and end he's got like widgets that allow people to pay him via buying mcafee best website. Buy me a coffee. He's putting so much effort into it. And as you say. He's very cleverly branded. He has this slogan. Do not fear them. Do not fear any of them which he constantly plays in his videos. He puts at the end of every post. And what it's supposed to be saying is don't fear the leaders of oldham. They might be evil. They might be corrupt. They might be trying to screw whoever but you shouldn't fear them you to fight back. I think the output that he puts on facebook is doing the opposite. It saying you should be faithful. You should be terrified because you leaders don't care about you and they are willing to do anything to protect paedophiles. They're not they are allowing the town's children including your children our children. He often says to be raped by paedophiles. So he says don't fear them but.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

08:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"All this. Don't you from rise from the schools that perhaps rodger mayer is more of an ideas man. Not the guy who delivers and this is where artemis rather glittering backstory starts to lose. It's shine very quickly. The school faces criticism from staff and parents. There are more accusations of bullying and addicted tour. Leadership style and a pattern of behavior begins to emerge similar to the experience of staff at the charities. He ran a teacher described meyer as charismatic but narcissistic that. He doesn't like anyone challenging him. Soon the disarray at the schools attracts the attention of the schools regulator of stead and of the department of education. Bring these schools end up being closed down. They were shot in twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen so they really didn't have a very long life in that short life. They have raised concerns from parents from teaches. The council is onto them off is giving them negative reports and then eventually a government investigation is published in may two thousand nine hundred nineteen fines and i quote a number of significant failings in both the governance and financial control arrangements at the schools schools week newspaper reports. That mia has been quote secretly blacklisted from any involvement in schools as a result. So what went on in these schools. Well one local reports said there was no functioning computer network that were basic safety failures. There was missing financial information. Those a million pounds in debt by the time that the government moved in we also know from the government report that the schools paid more than two million pounds to multiple companies linked suraj amir so there are all major concerns here about the financial privacy of these schools major concerns about their ability to teach children. When i put this dhiraj amir. He didn't respond to questions about his time running schools. He did say that is his belief. That i'm part of a coordinated campaign of racially motivated harassment and intimidation against him and so off to the government report roger. Jamir was being found out and he didn't like he didn't like it one bit. This was a man who had ambition. Who was he said. A healer of communities but whatever pacifying peaceable qualities that he had he started to shed them around this time one thousand nine hundred after the government report into the schools mismanagement was published. Roger mear starts to transform do not fear and do not fear any of them it looks like in may two thousand nineteen when the government's for pulled came out his schools which caused major doubts. Not only about the schools but also about him. He starts posting on his personal facebook. Page his posts are pretty low key thereabouts local mosque and oldham. He's alleging that local labor figures including the leader of the council or too close to this particular master. they've been holding political events. We're talking about a month in which their local elections across the country including oldham. And he's a guy who's got a seemingly a personal vendetta against the council probably because the council has been involved in flagging some of the issues that his schools. He's going with this local mosque in the area where he grew up but nothing about those posts would necessarily suggest that within months he's going to have a local rabid following and it's important to know what's going on around him at this time after years of botched investigation more and more men were being convicted the organized abuse of young women and girls in name as the asian gang grooming scandal that year twenty thousand nineteen sixty more men were convicted in rather all of them asian retreated victims as worthless ambient any respect today a judge liverpool crown court sentenced the men convicted of grooming and sexually exploiting young girls in rockdale to jail terms ranges with fast food and taxi rides and dates and drugs and alcohol. Stop them resisting. The victims were aged between thirteen and the complex role that race played in the police. Mishandling of the problem was well documented. A report cool. Dj report published a few years earlier. Had the council workers in rotherham were afraid of being accused of racism. If they talked about the perpetrators as mostly being pakistani taxi drivers. They were accusations. That council leaders had look the other way or even covered up the abuse. The leader of rotherham council was forced to step down and this was all once again coming to a head in twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred and maggie oliver a former detective constable with the greater manchester. Police had just published a book about her role in revealing sexual abuse by asian gangs. In which dale. I was at the coalface watching talking to these kids who have been abused and seeing senior officers allowing it to continue a knowing full. Well what was going on. And this is seems was influencing roger mear at first. He had been focused on criticism of a local mosque. But this only him so far. You'll she said you've got these things in the ether. And i think what happens. Is roger mear realizes that the previous audience for his facebook posts which has members of his own community where he grew up with these complaints about the mosque. Actually that into him. You see a lot of comments under those posts saying well. You took money from the schools like you're a disreputable carry to you. Haven't been living in the community recently. So he goes for a different line of attack. Around this time he began to include asian cartels and grooming gangs in his posts in the summer of two thousand nineteen his focus shifts again to a very specific very serious allegation so clearly he doesn't get the cultural in in in the spring of twenty nineteen nine by the august. He's trying something completely different. And the big difference is not just at the allegations about grooming gangs and asian cartels. The big differences audience is now white people and oldham and they seemingly a much more responsive to his new ideas and as some listeners will know which is not very far from oldham roach also has a high proportion of south asian residents. And i think when. I speak to some people in oldham you get the impression that they almost assume there's a similar rockdale stalled street grooming problem because there has to be is like well. It happened in watch del. You know and it happened in rotherham and it happened in telephone have an offline. Those places have big south asian communities so it sort of has to be happening here. And that's prejudice isn't it. It's total prejudice. It's nonsense but rozier mia realizes that people think that he realizes that he can tap into something quite rich and something quite deep which is feeling that we're gonna be next now. Of course it is possible is interest in grooming cases came from his time. Working in charities is apparent focus on sexual grooming with his charity rise but he was saying here was sensational. It was explosive if he was alleging is true. It should be investigated and various people. His followers and his critics have urged him to take any evidence that he has to the police. But he hasn't and he hasn't published either what he's described as his dossier of evidence and remember. I have a dossier of evidence. You know the council as well. Because it's gotta councils letter-headed correspondence all over it of the grooming and gangrene the systematic grooming and gangrape of white.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

05:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

07:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"On the surface. This could be a story about labor malays sean fielding was after all one of hundreds of counselors who lost their seats in may but the story behind that spring evening is unique sean fielding lost by one hundred ninety one votes to a brand new hyper party and depending on where you stand that defeat was either liberating will terrifying. And why did it catch your attention about a year ago. When i started the mail. This new website covering greater manchester. I got a message on twitter from someone who didn't use their name but they describe themselves as the oldham i and this was an anonymous twitter user who claim to be keeping an eye on corruption and grooming oldham. Yoshi hammond is the founder and editor of the mill and they said quote. I've just read you. Rochdale article nice work now. That was a story. I did about rochdale grooming gangs on a new police investigation in war-style said oldham. I whoever that might be sent him in the direction of a website which claimed to have explosive evidence about local council corruption and asian grooming gangs. And what yoshi she found on site well slowly reeled him in. Here was a guy who was making a series of iraq and sort of sensationalist allegations about oldham council. He was calling them corrupts. He was saying that they were so enmeshed with the asian community in oldham that they no longer have to care about white voters that there were asian caught. Hells controlling politics in oldham and you know. I was a journalist. Who is relatively new in grace amount. I didn't know anything about olim politics. I didn't really have any authority to talk about the allegations but certainly on the face of it. They looked conspiratorial and they looked strange. And i sort of made a mental note that at some point i'd wanna write something about oldham and about a year later. I did the man making these claims had become more and more powerful over the course of just a few months. He was on facebook twitter youtube. He was running his own websites and he was cultivating particular personal brand to he called himself. A wreck isn't someone who refuses to submit to authority and who's the main character. The story the main character is a man called roger mia across all these platforms with post after post and video after video. He was cultivating a very particular theory. Only the people of the town new one now. No do not fear them. Do not chieh. A theory dialed directly into bitter local concerns. But one to anyone familiar with the brand of politics that was forged by steve. Bannon and stephen miller or more recently by marjorie taylor. Green and paranoid world of cunanan clearly connects to bigger global themes to of the forgotten working class another self-satisfied metropolitan ruling over us all with impunity. Aren't you sean. you're aligarh in say. Maybe once john of got paperwork to prove your eliah absolute liar. Rajini had identified a potent cocktail of allegations and had directed them local leaders and he was wearing a substantial following over time. These ideas had taken root in the community. They branched out from facebook groups and youtube videos onto the streets of failsworth and oldham. And so with yoshi. And i wanted to understand how we had arrived how it was that angry. Requisition had been born because farrah's jamea mba. It wasn't always this way. He works for what is a youth officer for the children's society and it's kind of late twenties. The he rises to prominence he founds anti-extremism. Charity called peacemaker. He starts in the late. Ninety s and his idea is basically oldham is sliding into community and racial segregation south asian communities which is mainly pakistani bangladeshi immigrants not living alongside the white residents of oldham and then in two thousand one oldham is hit by a series of violent rioting in an area of the town called claw. Dick now has a large number of of asian resident. They claim the police failing to protect them from white racists. A charge at the police deny kamaluddin during the day tension had risen when some members of the national front at arrived at this pub and oldham. The talk was of retaliation hundreds of police in riot gear with deploy throughout older to deter further. Rioting they dealt with groups of both white and asian you think roger mear vindication of his hypothesis about the town because it shows that the town does have really deep seated community problems and the subsequent government reports about the riots identify segregated communities as the problem and suddenly the work that he's doing is in vogue. It's it's needed a few months later after the oldham riots. We have september eleventh attacks on the world trade center neocon across the states and suddenly the need full someone like roger mear who says that he can reach across community boundaries and he can bring people together and he can counter segregation and counter extremism. Suddenly that needs is that and suddenly his work is very prominent and oldham. He was a man who built a successful career from understanding the dynamics of community of diagnosing ethnic tensions who'd worked to counter extremism with prevent the government's controversial program to reach people vulnerable to being radicalized. You've talked to this of about watch me. But i'm i'm curious to know who he is as he would describe it because what he would say he is an will. You've checked out a slightly different thing. So so how would he describe himself. Do you think first of all he would describe himself as roger mear mb which has an award. He got in two thousand and four for his work. Countering extremism oldham as part of his peacemaker charity. He would also say he grew up in a working class bangladeshi family in oldham and the he understands the south asian community in the town better than the labor party figures who run the town i think he would say he someone who.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

03:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media

"Eight he became council leader the youngest in the country and doing covert. he'd become even more permanent. Just introduce who started behind me. As leader council council sean fielding lead counsel when in the depths of the pandemic andy burnham the mayor of greater manchester went to war with the government over local lockdowns. Even now i am still willing to do a deal but it cannot be on the terms the government offered today because on those things. I could not meet soon. Fielding was right behind him standing in short he was talked about as a guy who could run for parliament. Maybe even become a minister someday so that night. He should have been easily reelected. Sean wasn't feeling good. It was busy busy with people recognize. It was busy with people who walk in at nine thirty. He deleted his facebook account some time after midnight he left. He didn't wait to hear what by then he knew was inevitable. That he'd lost seems is happened guys. It seems it's happened. Yes it seems. It's happened but this wasn't a normal election upset. We have defeated shown fielding. The people failed with of defeated sean. Fielding day have kicked out the leader of oldham council gone and what happened. That night isn't about potty politics. I think that what happened to me in terms of the campaign against me in the election is very unique in east nature. And the subject. I was attacked on haysom knows very emotive and was used. In order to incite anger and it was fabricated for eighteen months sean fielding had been the target of a campaign waged online. He'd been accused of terrible terrible things of corruption and fraud. The worst no doubt that he was protecting pedophiles and gangs of abuses and for a while. At least i guess i. It seem like a paranoid internet store. Something confined to the strange bits of the internet. Where keyboard warriors do their battle miles away from the real world but that was a miscalculation and it was a miscalculation not just of the grievances simmering in oldham but of one person in particular. I am a dangerous one. Because i do not finger them. That's why you're landers. I'm becky comings and in this episode. Slow news cast a dark and twisted tale about the making of a new brand of town crier one peddling stories of pedophiles and voter fraud and shadowy cartels with the help of my colleagues av greenwood and in partnership with the mill. This is the story of the self-styled truth teller appended local politics. And who foreshadows a.

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What Actually Happens to the Things You Throw in the Recycling Bin?

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

01:35 min | Last month

What Actually Happens to the Things You Throw in the Recycling Bin?

"Happens when we throw something in the recycling bin. Drop it off at goodwill. I think there's probably two different supply chains. This is probably a pretty complex answer. But i wonder if you can kind of get us started from opera. Sure sure well i. I love the fact that you used the term supply chain. Because that's exactly what it is. If we just talk about recycling you know if you put something in a recycling bin say an aluminum can and nobody wants to make more aluminum cans oldham camp. It's garbage even if it's in the recycling so you know that's what i always tell. People about recycling is recycling and making stuff go together and if nobody wants it. It's garbage if somebody wants it. It's recycling and so generally speaking the stuff that you put in your recycling bin somebody has a real incentive to find a place to make it into something new whether that be the municipality that handles you recycling or the you know the company where you drop off your old car. They really have an incentive because if they find somebody to buy it to make something new into it. It's garbage in that costs money to dispose of so where to stuff get manufactured these days a lot of stuff gets manufactured in asia but a lot of stuff still gets manufactured here in the united states. You know roughly half. The steel in the united states comes from recycled supply. You know automobiles being number one Paper you know as we go through this pandemic cardboard huge volumes of paper and cardboard packaging for the amazon boxes. Is the your recycling. Bin is an important component of the supply. Chain for making those boxes so it generally goes to people who want it for making new

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Sean Snyder, High Stakes Mixed-Game Beast, on Pots Won and Lost

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:54 min | 2 months ago

Sean Snyder, High Stakes Mixed-Game Beast, on Pots Won and Lost

"I have questions about pods one and lost if any of those. Come to mind like any. We talk about pots. One any significant thoughts come to mind. I'm in the biggest spot. I ever want of course is going to be significant in my head. It was It was an element. Is the seven as this. Is not the best podcasts gas because none of the interesting hands are going to be games that anyone plays but yeah it was Just one hundred twenty thousand dollar pot against them like a bazillion time bracelet winner. He was kind of. I mean that was the beginning of the game too but he was really a beginner in the game he had a hit just started splashing very heavily in the stars. Four hundred and eight hundred eight intend game. Whatever happened to be. But we're playing two hundred four hundred element this seven at commerce a lot and i had been getting relatively good at it in. He was not good at it yet. He got it in as bad as anyone's ever gotten it against me to be honest To which is not something you do after you. Five all in for lines. Two rounds of betting so i had a hand that against him. I was ecstatic. It in but against any other person you would be shitting. Your pants. Provide you might. Actually i would ever better good player might have been able to fold the hand against someone else but yeah i. I only ran at once at the time and he did not hit his car. Draw and one hundred twenty thousand dollars for mine whole goes. I think what he started talking about. One hundred twenty k. potted. It doesn't matter the game. Your interests is pete. It's it's really rare. That like my blood gets pumping. Like even though i was certain i had the best hand like i was that. That's a lot of money. And i think we're playing Is again like a very short handed. Game six hundred twelve hundred limit plus the two hundred four hundred no limit. I was stuck about sixty thousand time which it wasn't the most i've ever been stuck stuck. Sixty thousand had another sixty thousand in front of man. Suddenly it was all in. So i mean i was. I was one cooler away or one babbio away from being a hundred twenty thousand yet you were out of that size and it just gets you exactly basically i mean. It's gotta be good feeling getting gray. The i didn't even win in for that. And maybe five fifteen twenty thousand something like that. It was cool to win a very very large pot. sars puzzle lost i. I've played a ton same game. No limited to seven tons of pots in the eighty thousand range won and lost. None really stick out as particularly terrible oldham lots of pots. Fifteen twenty maybe thirty thousand. No memorable ones really. I just. I have a terrible memory when it comes to like large pots Kinda wants the point. Once they get to the point where very large. I feel like no one really had that interesting of a decision for the most part at least though i'm more about the old either funny hands or financy hands where i think i played them. Well

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The Great Thing About Playing Mixed Games

Rec Poker

01:25 min | 2 months ago

The Great Thing About Playing Mixed Games

"One of the things that is so great about play mixed games. Is that in general. Unless you're playing. Like las vegas mixed game with people that irregulars in that game. They're generally like a social atmosphere and it is a lot of people that aren't familiar with a lot of the games in the Y playing the game is still cool because you know yeah. I am familiar with all. The games played them for a long time and i like being in their instinct. What people are doing in seeing that other people are excited about trying something new and learning these games because they offer a lot. There's you know they're they're like i said there's something different from nolan oldham. And there's there's things that you know you can. You can play knowing that deuce to seven and discover. Hey i really like game. It's something different. Something cool and then you study up on that in you discover something else that you like. Can you okay. That was kinda cool. Or maybe like split pod games or whatever so it's cool to see the that you guys have been an outlet to bring people to the next game community and i would just love to see all these people you know. Come down to vegas in the summer and see what it's enough august What it's like to be like low stakes live mexicans because they're an absolute blast and the the fund that we have on the the second wednesday of every month playing these games in learning them together. It's it's awesome doing it live. It's a whole different world. It's so great.

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How Poker Coach Chris Wallace First Got in the Game

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:55 min | 2 months ago

How Poker Coach Chris Wallace First Got in the Game

"I started really hard for six months and Started playing online That was right when online started. I was planning like planet poker. Which is i think the first on a real real money website And was winning. As soon as i started Six months before. I had never played a hint of oldham in my life and and by the time that six months was up. I was making too much money to go to work. Now i would. I would make one hundred and fifty bucks a night. Driving cabin mc two hundred if i played poker instead so i could drive in cabin started playing poker and that was like nineteen or twenty years ago or something. That was my last job. It's funny how familiar. That sounds to me because i was younger than you. A decade younger but i was working applebee's nineteen and found poker and i took the theory of bucher oldham for advanced players. Because that's of course. That's where i would start because those books back then. Why wouldn't i start for advanced players. I'm obviously a smart person at nineteen and need the advanced version. I and super nobody wants to read a hold them for people who aren't good at broker. Well there was a poker for dummies. I think back then to I pass that up. Because i wanted to advance players And super system and every day. I would bring it to work and get to work an hour early and read and then i would stay in our after my shift and read more poker and with this just mindset of being held bent on being a professional booker player And that was all. I thought about and that was all right so i it just funny to me as i see myself in your story like it's just the the immersion the same books and just the mindset right.

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"oldham" Discussed on The View

The View

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"oldham" Discussed on The View

"And welcome to the view. I haven't had to say the words you know who in a while but you know who has back in the headlines. Thanks to new york's. Da convening a special grand jury in their investigation of whether he had a hand in his business committing criminal bank fraud insurance fraud and tax fraud among other things and now he's denying all charges with his goto. It's a politically motivated witchhunt claim. A when you think he's really worried about all of this. Well you know. I was reading that ninety five to ninety nine percent of all cases that go to the grand jury. End up in indictments. So i mean. I'm a betting woman and i say he could be indicted very easily and i think he's probably trembling of course he'll deny everything it's a witch hunt says that when he was impeached was a win cianci. When they said he was involved in the insurrection. It's always a witch hunt and he's always completely innocent but you know that you're going to find his account in this weisselberg under a bus any day now any day and vonk a who is he. I don't know who he is. He's only been in the family for fifty years ivanko. Okay so stop it. Stop it all. I know whoopi is when he's indicted. I'm going to have a big party with mexican food. Opinion margaritas everything. I can't wait. I'm having a severe case of schadenfreude as we speak right. I do you believe this. Come out of the house. Sure you believed. This case is making him shake in his boots. Maybe this is the one. Take them down a peg. I have no idea. I've become a little cynical and jaded on this stuff. There seems to always be a lot of smoke and we never quite get to the source of the fire. I feel like the former president is like the energizer bunny. He takes a licking and keeps on ticking. I remember way back to the russian collusion. You had the hush money payments the call with ukrainian president you had the the seven hundred fifty dollars in income tax and the not federal taxes for ten or fifteen years that we were able to see. He led an insurrection like historic goal. Never seen before insurrection. He's been impeached twice. And the guy just keeps popping back up. Like i don't know if if he can be taken down and i'm beginning to believe that his statement in two thousand sixteen about shooting someone in fifth avenue and not losing voters might be more accurate than we thought it might be not losing voters just not getting in trouble right some of your former prosecutor federal prosecutor. What is this move signaling to you while grand. Juries being convened usually signals the beginning of the criminal process and i think joy joy stats are probably dead. On most cases that are presented. Before a grand jury do end up in criminal indictments. there's that old adage you can indict a ham sandwich. And i don't believe that is true but the grand jury being convened means that a grand jury is listening to evidence listening to witnesses. They're listening there and then they're going to decide whether or not to That there's enough evidence to charge a crime. And so i would think that you know Everyone should really be very concerned. His team should be very concerned. He should be very concerned. His family members should be concerned because they were part of the business. Ivanka trump should be very concerned. Donald junior should be very concerned You know president knows no. Us president i believe has ever been charged with the crime but he is likely to be the first one in my view right so megan do you think this. Main put a little damper on his plans for twenty twenty four. I mean there's a lot of rumors about twenty twenty four right now. I actually think he won't end up running. I think he wants to see a lot of things that are happening. In the world that he would come true with biden's policies and everything that i've heard through you know. Different channels is that he's actually pretty happy right now and getting good about his legacy for absolutely grain of salt. I mean. he's notoriously fickle. I think moving forward for republicans. There's gotta be someone who is going to be able to bridge the magic people and bridge You know the people who couldn't end up pulling the lever for trump this last time around which will be a very delicate dance. I do think it's possible. I do think there's a lot of policies that are being put in place by the biden administration. That if you are right or centre right you won't be happy with and readings stats about crime levels going up in major cities that historic levels. So there's a lot of ammo for the right. When i sort of agree with what. Sarah said i remember when the mola report was like geraldo rivera with al capone's vault. I just feel like. I've been told for five years that he's going to be handcuffed in trotted off into jail. An i'll believe it. When i see it and they have it. We'll be right back still ahead. Black monday star regina hall on the twenty year anniversary of being wickedly funny in the very first scary movie. Plus we're celebrating and surprising a nineteen year old who battled and beat brain cancer twice. Welcome.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Mom Voice

The Mom Voice

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Mom Voice

"And then i think it turns into better. It turns into better coverage. It's it's pretty thin formula for the drug story. Think but letting it sit on. Under the i in uganda outlooks fall as green okay. We'll another little thing. I have to ask you is. Do you have product that you actually empty out. Because i'm sure you'd by much and you're constantly trying. Do you have any that are empty. I've gone through the nour's bomb. Yes maybe five times. Yeah yeah she does a fun a fun story about all her. What do you call it your empty ears. I do think it's fascinating or the ones you'll buy again that too. yes. I think that's really fascinating. So what are some. you've emptied because we were saying we probably have almost never emptied out a product to be totally on maybe a face wash. But that's probably about my max. Yeah i think. I have a tendency to run out of body and hair products faster than i do make up. Yeah skin care. I also run out so quickly absolutely. But it's the things that are coming to mind is the peter thomas roth lotion. The body lotion is my mary. Fear lotion on the market. And i have very crusty dry. Skin as far as makeup goes the hula bronze are have used since college. And i have hip pan on that time and time and time again i will never be without it we. What is this brand. So i'm sorry. Oh no okay well. I know katie. Stop looking back. Katy kirk yourself. I'm so happy to introduce. I'll things me right now. Benefit you know thank. You didn't stop. She said hula. Yeah so benefit who lebron. It's an square is ringing any bells. Well they out. Mike right isn't benefit all little boxes. Yeah benefits you're doing a good job though you know what you're talking about. Yes it's good. Mitt is good scrape brush so it kind of purposely like angles in the cheekbones in the spots right. Yeah well i mimicked my contour brush a little bit after that it's too small to do any kind of blending the comes with right you do want to get in the hollows of those cheat and get a contour. You can also use as a bronze earth use a bigger brush and just add life. Act to the face No i bought that years ago in college too and then funny enough. I scott it probably two or three months back and it is. It's kind of just this. You forget how good forget how good it is taken for granted. They're saying stop. Got what did i do without you. I know it's so great. I got one. I wanna know to at this point in time. What is your go-to pallet. I have not opened tonight. Pallet minute this is the t. I haven't opened deny palate in maybe six or seven months really Spilling the team. But i thought you did like some like neon looks recently. Like i know there's a few like two or three months back but no neon was that liner got an iranian liner. All right like using a liner as an eye shadow. I have been gravitating more towards something. That's like liquid dries down to a matt so something like glossier stains on the literally easily just blending in with the finger. I have not opened an is shadow palate is what's the way is kind of how i feel and i have loved more minimal routine for myself so i'm not wearing mascara a lot of days. I actually do. You want to hear more t. Yeah i think eyelash extensions age women. That's the truth that just went directly into my heart. Katie that knife right there aged women in what way So it actually brings. The i down so when i'm looking at you it actually makes your eyes look smaller. Okay i've talked. I've said this exact point too soon with more she has over. I have deep set eyes. But there again so you big beautiful ice so i sometimes feel like am because i've got that shelf when she called the shelf hood hood. That's right hood. I've got the hood a high dad and so my eyes deep set and with my lashes it closes it off right closes my smaller. Yeah and then. When i smile i kind of have this. Don't say i won't say particular shape. I am so i feel like yeah lose. I really quickly but in eight today. Personal experience pride. I think it's fine but you right. Wouldn't i smile or posed for a photo. I'm like does it just shrink up my i. I wanna get clearer about my statement. Yeah and that is not me sane. The you look old and decrepit totally no is looking at edible on you but i sat down with my sister in law who is forty five. I think she's older but she looks like she's twenty eight and she was like i'm having such a hard time because i don't wanna get i want to get my lashes filled but what's the point during and just kind of sadder down and i had her look at pictures of me with my lash extensions had them were six years with Extensions without them. And i look younger without them and she kind of stepped into that and we had a little moment where i just asked her what she wanted her beauty routine to give back to her and she said she wanted to look younger and so that achieved that purpose for her and she text me afterwards and just said how was such a gift for me to be able to realize what i wanted out of my beauty routine and although the lashes are an incredible asset to the face it had become a crutch for her and was holding her back from feeling this more youthful vibrant self. Guess i know that so interesting. I feel like they've been a salvation to me. Yes because i mean i work full-time outside of the podcast and you know getting the kids ready for school on everything. I have just felt like. It's so easy just to like. Have that literally throw some light bronze or on and lips and be done. You know what. I mean like super-quick and so i know but i totally totally know what you're talking about that the truth. I mean we could end on that point of. What do you want out of your beauty routine our end or putting something on because your mom said this would make you feel amazing or some ad said it was gonna make you look younger right when you look in the mirror. Are you happy with the result. And if not there are so many awesome tools to get you to the place where you want to be whether that's more youthful more vibrant more buoyant more whatever that is still in the blink. It's not universe. I think that's so interesting that exactly like you said it's what you want out of your beauty routine done. Sometimes it's not even make up. Maybe it just glowing skin clear. Skin healthy skin. Maybe you wanna enhance it with a little color or definition or maybe wanna look as glam and.

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Sacramento CA City schools set date to reopen classrooms

Rush Limbaugh

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Sacramento CA City schools set date to reopen classrooms

"Stories. Steady declines in the number of covert 19 cases, coupled with vaccinations are leading to more schools reopening here's fifth graders Sabrina Oldham, a student at San Juan Unified School District in Carmichael, Just since we talked three introduce myself to some people. And get to know people again. Sacramento City schools are scheduled to open for in person learning next month, The city school district finally reached an agreement over the weekend with the Teachers Association. After months of negotiations, pre K through third grade and K through sixth Special Day classes will return April 8th Grade. It's four through six are set to start April. 15th and grades seven through 12 come back April. 22nd District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar says 53% of their students are facing back to in person learning while the rest chose to

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Africa and museums: shaping the future; rethinking the past

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:40 min | 10 months ago

Africa and museums: shaping the future; rethinking the past

"I just on your lawson. The founding director of the paloma in togo and andrew santo. Who's just written a book with twenty eight interviews with museum leaders across the world. I also speak to. Dan hicks about his book. The british museum's about the bronzes and for our work the week christopher repeal of the national gallery in london talks about san mateo painting of copernicus. That's coming to the national for an exhibition next year before that a reminder that you can sign up for the art newspapers free daily newsletter for all the latest stories goes to the art newspaper dot com and the link is at the top right of the page. And while you're there you can also sign up for a range of other newsletters including the book club and the art market. I now a new book by the writer and cultural strategy advisor andhra santo features twenty eight conversations with directors of museums and other institutions oldham during the covid nineteen pandemic the future of the museum. Twenty eight dialogues. Include voices from across the world attempting to define museums and the challenges and opportunities ahead of them now and in the coming days among them. Direct is of african museums including sonia lawson the director of the paladin loma in togo in west africa. Andress and sonia join me to discuss the role of museums today and look at how sonya's togalese institution reflects a new coq drew dynamism on the african continent andress. I wanted to begin by asking you. This book was written on zoom. Just as we are now essentially so you talked to twenty eight museum or cultural institution directors about what they were doing. It happened to be done in the covy deer as it were but was it. Germinating is an idea for a much longer period this spring. I wrote an article in art. Net news actually wrote it over easter weekend. So i remember did very well I guess that was early april. I can't remember the exact dates and it was an article about reopening museums. And it just hit a nerve. It really got a lot of people talking at the time. And i heard from dozens and dozens of museum directors and just became part of illogic conversation. And that's when we really realized that this is the moment because it gave us an editorial frame because it it really was a moment that made us ask what is the future about. Still trying to figure it out. I think there's no doubt in all of our minds that this is one of those years in the calendar that will be a turning point. A historical marker where new phase is beginning persona. I think this phase is the one that started in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine just ended. Now we have a new face. So what does that mean for museums. Once i figured out that this would be a book not just of conversations with museum. Directors conversations about the future not necessarily revisiting. Why museums have been great in the past of which many reasons to talk about that too but to really have a forward-looking and that is what led to choices like this extraordinary new institution in togo. Which i think is such a taste of where museums or cultural institutions or cultural centers are headed All around the world so so in a way this moment. This covert moment crystallized. How such a book could come about and how we would choose directors to be in it before we speak specifically about sons institution. I wanted to ask you about a phrase that you use in the to the book where you talk about how. The paradigm smashing experimentation in museums and cultural institutions is happening in effectively in the global south so in africa in asia in latin america. Can you expand on that a bit now. Because what do you think lies behind that. Well first of all i. That's not to say it's not happening elsewhere. And i think the book provides lots of examples of how people are thinking you in original ways about museums all around the world. But i think that there are perhaps two main reasons. Why so many of these truly interesting. And i would say inspiring. Examples of new practices are often happening in the global. South one is that many of these institutions are brand new. So it's you can speak to this. They have an opportunity to really design for the now and for the future. They're not dealing with a legacy infrastructure. They're not trying to retrofit something. That was already there and tried to adapt it to the future.

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Obon and Halloween

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

06:03 min | 10 months ago

Obon and Halloween

"Morning. Hope your oh well. Today i was asked to give it to accompany. Osan suzuki sig aki halloween. Slash day dead. The dead ceremony. And whenever whenever. I think sermons. They usually look at it from the outside and how. He viewed from from the view of society but again. That's just really my projection on on Ceremony the kid. I never really liked ceremony. And i didn't. I didn't really understand it in seeing human beings. Though i've seen that we need something to sort of help. Gather on minds together to to either face up to Difficulties or to face up to rites of passage or to face to our responsibilities that we have in in in in this life you know ceremonies usually no come from From nowhere they just remember. Recently i was reading Somebody's views on on ceremony. How they how they have. They looked today and for me. It really really didn't really show the spirit of Ceremony you know if you look at the words you know. Obviously the english was ceremony. It comes from the latin would carry monia to kill or if you look at the would ritual. It means to make right. How do you. How do you do that as a human being this a very tricky thing and then i don't think i want to spend the entire period of time so that going over the ceremony thing but i wanted to read a koan or at least parts of cohen which to me is is what a ceremony is an bookmark there on one. No go get attention emperor. She could asked national teacher. Chew one hundred years after you die what would you. What would you wish the national teacher said. Build me a simple. A seamless to seamless monument. So you may you may wonder what is this seamless monument to me really is it is the heart. It's the heart to practice. You know what. What is that Well really's the the desire to really appreciate this. Life may be starting off with. How do i and suffering. It could be you know. How do i reveal the mysteries of of this. Life could be you know how. How do i help people to to appreciate this life. I'm now ceremony deals with this. It it you know. A hundred years In many ways will maybe not remember the The attainment of massive this day but we will remember the heart the tends to continue through the approaches to to practice. Now this. this oldham's are need that we we've done. It goes back to the buddhist time where Apparently mouthed ileana the black magician who had to work awful lot of karma his. His mother apparently had this vision of his mother hanging upside down in help which is not the greatest thing i guess you know so Yes the balance in the buddhist said well brealey practice very strongly. We'll get everybody in this in in the Training whole to practice very strongly to and at the end will dedicate the merits to to to her and so they do this in practice. Very strongly in at the end of the training period then the mentally on using his supernatural powers. Goes back down to hell and finds that his mother is no longer hanging upside down in house. But it's been released you know. Maybe she's right way out now but at least it worked and and you know what in whatever way that's one and that's also important in terms of say a daily a daily practice one this maintained is that feeling for this is very important and the people that are around us again on on a mom to basis the second thing with that. Is you know. Many of those. Do have an idea of attainment a maintaining that attainment then holding onto that talent one thing that this particular On does is this. The ceremony does is the. How does it feel to give that away. If it's possible to do that house. It really feel to to get away. Whatever mary you have like. It doesn't mean anything i mean. If you can. That's great you know. Also looking at that is that what does he mean to give everything. Though i feel any different for me it really doesn't. I can hold onto feel and this way i retain this. I've done all of these things and i can list them and go into a lot better not to have it even there. You know slutty go let it let it be is

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Miami Marlins: Derek Jeter, Kim Ng make baseball history

Tiki and Tierney

04:19 min | 10 months ago

Miami Marlins: Derek Jeter, Kim Ng make baseball history

"I want to start with What I mentioned in the update, and that is the hiring of Qiming as the new GM off the Miami Marlins. And just off the top before we get to the historical nature of this and what it means for North American professional sports, moving forward. Just it is interesting to me. You know? Inevitably, the Rockies and the Marlins will be linked. Both coming into the league together. Iraqis and Marlins or not rivals by any stretch of the imagination. It's certainly if you are Iraqis Fan and the Marlins do something good. And the Rockies. Don't You inevitably draw that line between each other. And for the longest time, even though the Miami the now Miami Marlins used to be Florida Marlins have been more successful or tasted Oldham. Its success more than the Iraqis have. For the most part, the Marlins have been one of the worst run organizations. In all of baseball. We all remember Jeffrey Loria. Would buy a championship. Did buy a championship. 97 When Edgar Renteria got that hit off of Jose Mesa and the world Syriza's Sold everybody off. Because the wage bill would have been too high. But through that, by selling off all those players, he ended up getting a lot of really talented young players. Josh Beckett, Juan Pierre Carl Pavano. And they We're able to go win a championship, and then they were all sold off. Couple of ownership changes later, a monstrosity of a stadium poor attendance. Fire sales seemingly every other year incomes Derek Jeter and we thought that it was going to be more of the same. How in the world Is Derek Jeter. Going to Be the And he's not He runs the Marlins that he has a money man behind him. That helped him get the deal done as much money is Derek Jeter has made throughout his career. He can't outright by a major league baseball team himself, so he has kind of a What Silent partner that kind of front him the money, But he's the face. He's the guy that is making all the decisions. And it's something that We really haven't seen too much. And North American pro sports. We've seen plenty become G m's even presidents. And I guess that might be Derek Jeter's technical title, but two Be The owner. Of a team like the true owner, not nine. Justin Timberlake buying Air Peyton Manning's wife, buying shares of the Memphis Grizzlies. Like it's his team. And then they promptly had a fire sale. After he took over. We thought, okay, same old Marlins. Quietly. They have become one of the more Progressive Four thinking which I guess are It basically means the same thing. Progressive four thinking. Competent. Organizations in baseball.

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More coronavirus infections reported

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

More coronavirus infections reported

"The state added 948 new cases on Friday. That's the third highest number of positive cases the states had in a single day 151 of the newly reported cases were from Children, the youngest being a one month old from Jefferson County. There were also nine New Cove in 19 related deaths to report a 67 year old woman from Barron County, an 85 year old man from Christian County. A 62 year old man from Hopkins County, an 82 year old woman from Lincoln County, a 76 year old woman from Marion County, a 58 year old man from Oldham County, a 76 year old man from Pulaski County and two women ages 78 82 from Todd County.

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Third highest number of new cases of COVID-19 reported in Kentucky on Friday

Terry Meiners

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Third highest number of new cases of COVID-19 reported in Kentucky on Friday

"Kentucky and another 948 cases of Corona virus. That's the third highest number of positive cases the states had in a single day 151 of the newly reported cases were from Children, the youngest being a one month old from Jefferson County. There were also nine New Cove in 19 related deaths to report a 67 year old woman from Barron County, an 85 year old man from Christian County. A 62 year old man from Hopkins County, an 82 year old woman from Lincoln County, a 76 year old woman from Marion County, a 58 year old man from Oldham County, a 76 year old man from Pulaski County and two women ages 78 82 from Todd County.

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Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career

"Wanted to start. I mean everyone by now knows you know all of the amazing things you've done in Russia but I wanted to start by asking you. What was your first fashion moment? When was the moment a kind of clicked with you that this was going to be? Calm your of her. It was time longtime ago. What fashion was not consider? It was today if you say I want to work in fashion. People think you are just superficial person and one. My mother was winning French L. Each week and I was watching French L. And the like it on the really like it. But how old were you at the time? I think I was maybe twelve years or something that and I like it. I don't pages and I really like it but it's my mom. Asked me what you want to do to save up to work in? Fashion will be impossible. Okay but the essence. Click Congress and I start with French. Ed Is that so your your career there and when you started at French how What was going on in fashion at that time. What do you remember? It was amazing because my God is seen some very old ladies. It was not. We were working with advertisers. So is not the advertisers in fashion. So last page of the magazine were just seem for knitting and it was very free and we're just going to French that say designers and there's a ton we to move to each designer to make some shopping so I take also Mitchell to go to jump on who to go to Shapur peak hours a great appear office so you will meet everyone. It was easier. Because you have not was not international was not instagram's he wasn't a tweet feet so you have to move yourself. Tudjuk laws and pickup yourself and you meet the designer Oldham. Who was your favorite designer? That you used to wear sheltered papa. He's fun and Chop Wa Eze only designers at took everything as that Fashion Kentucky but football movies everything and you never talk about himself and he makes me laugh on trump were recently. He did his last shows at that because I have two two. Gophers discover acronym state. But I was very happy for him and I seen it so always sadly someone who seek is. A huge talent was because settled stop by the city was white and he did something good people eat. Very what a very nice fire we say. I guess that thing that really changed your career and kind of took it to the next level was working. Tom Ford Right. I mean he's your become international. Yeah it pushed me to speak English. Yeah yes how did you meet him? So long story was working with. Mario Testino at the time and Tom Brady was lawsuit of our assessment equals mini mini mini. Tom's to see him. And you see what is good? She we stop for which he just Apollo for. We're not interested to work for Gucci to US blowing right and that he tom Com to the studio were shooting in summer. And we're just finding westworld. Chumming so sexy. We decide to what we didn't just because he was chummy and Thomas you could be farish arming. It goes a long way right and fashion to be good with people and to be persistent. He's twenty five years. I'm working with stone. Yeah so friendship could be possible in fashion. Tom So I start with. Zinni was the first time I never did consulting before we may not know what was about you know and I work with into I compare with me and after did all this show for Tom. Olga cheese and some of son-in-law and keep using. Wow and do you have any particular angry that you think was like most kind of emblematic of that time with working with Tom in those early days of Gucci? Is there one image that you created together that one you major people forgot Twas NOT SURI FOR BUCCI was back company no SOS even for. She worked deserves a with bags bags back. Spa Lady about was part of the look and I remember I think it was. The first design not put so many bags on one way and use a single in for me. He opened William. My is it was. I note to put so often on diversity series no one show is not gossip call off as he guards God because he saw his girls are beauty. Ernie plus my customer could be Black Mukasa Maccabi Chinese so I want them to be happy to look to dream about the clothes that keeps ago. Twas her you know is hoping my mind but Jeez yeah yes. He was witty several no subtle but in the same of quitter party and we guarantee for men and boys as he was dumb and then. I know we're we're moving through your career choice quickly because there's so much to talk about but I mean your tenure for ten years at Paris folk was a defining moment. I think obviously I think your even your own personal sense of style was so reflected in the pages of that magazine and it really became mean. Your style became kind of equated with the style of French women everywhere around the world right. So what were you when you first took on that role F. French vogue I mean what was that like. I think John was very nice and crazy to give his job. Because I never do anything was ever necessarily said new jobs. So many people forty people to take care is a lot of responsibility. You know when you talk about career. Maybe something very important to people you meet in. You Live Dawar timing so I won as you say was Tom. Maybe before Tom. It was Mario because the ones that makes me understand let alone distant meet in fashion after it was Tom. And after the third one was Genita- open mitigate of French vogue and Jonathon. Let me do everything I want. Honesty give me. It was like a golden cage but I can do everything and I think because this was good and I think I'm making love it. Would he loves me do everything I want and when you're looking at fogs. He tweeted. Meaning you have to cigarette. Newton Boorda all these amazing photographer and for the eighty to ensure that push him. You know seriously this was fearless and now it's all this picture arts museum but today it would be impossible to print newton big show. Boredom picture will be very difficult because why because today it will say all because of mature be off too much nudity. GotTa Too Young. We see too much sex. We see the helps pubis She is a very small freedom sitcoms that we have today and fortunately and do you think some of that is for good. There's some there's been a lot of changes with regards the way we think about young models and the pressure to put they put under so in a way some of the changes a good. Yeah I totally agree with you me with the modal hours. Think about them like a mama so I don't think it was one model. Don't call don't be naked. Putu Kotonu hours very predictive eat. They could teak. I'm very predictive with modern but as with to put exam and You know were smoking. Smoking is a great gesture for fashion. But at the time my father was spooking. Jesmond was spooky was ways we smoke. We didn't know it was bad for thirty years. We U- secret impression today. We noticed that good so we try not to cigarettes in fashion and to a lot of singles and even we keep learning. You know what I put to Alabama Muslim scarf on the cover of magazine and after two pusher to do shows I understand something because she asked black private cabin for is like a sewer. She was ways you notice. She's boring what she asked for that. Okay do for our. We did over affinity. She was wide and I saw all these naked guards photographer taking pictures he. She's what this is not placebo. So now I say or Offer to ever out when to stop to address if I didn't think this way so also people open you eyes

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Defining Healthy Relationships

The Daily Boost

05:45 min | 1 year ago

Defining Healthy Relationships

"So let's talk about the finding a healthy relationship now. When I wrote the title for this I was thinking. Wow that could go just about any place depending on where you are in your world depending on who you're dealing with depending on what your mindset is you could've seen that a thousand different ways that well okay. I can't quite figure out what every possible ways going to be. So that'll do. That'll do to finding a healthy relation Oldham. And that's what we want because the quality of your life is going to come down and be defined by really the The results are what you have in your relationships who you know who you spend your time with whether it be the boss or or spouse or friend or your neighbor next door depending where you live you may have a neighbor. That's really not making your life. Great right so relationships are in fact everything and people say well you know what I have a good relationship with my dog. That's okay was mark Twain. Who said that the more I get to know my dog the more I don't like people. He was pretty close to write about that. But you know what I find personally yourself when you align your personal values who you are on the inside when you your values with folks who have like values. You tend to have really good relationships. It's when you start bumping into folks who don't go frankly just believe in the things you believe in and you try to make it happen that it gets kinda rocky cannot possible but kinda rocky so we definitely wanted to find those relationships now whether it's personal it's professional or or even business. There are three ways. I think to play this relationship game and oh it's not a dating game. I think there's only one way to win when we do this with three very distinct types of relationships that you will have along the way no matter who you're dealing with you're ready for number one. Every single relationship begins with two individual people. You and somebody else. I'm not talking you at a bunch of folks that you an individual person so every single relationship begins with two individuals now. What happens if you remain individual an independent? What happens if you do that if you remain that way? You're never likely to really connect you never going to do a real relationship that you can kind of go back and forth and really really rigby get the benefit of it if you will a lot of folks do that. I'm an independent person. I'm an individual. I'm going to be that way. It's really impossible to be around anybody else and have that kind attitude but a lot of people do and a Lotta people do it after they may be Ben Burtt a couple of times or just can't figure out what maybe ran into somebody who maybe you know. He just didn't get lucky. Right it wrong person so you kind of hold back a little bit you decide. Just be a I'm independent. I am who I am. It's okay I like you to be independent. You should be independent. But it's not gonNa work if you stay that way all the time. So what's the other kind of relationship that you might run into? Well some become very co dependent. Honestly I run into a lot of that kind of work that I do this. A lot of that going on right now at developing this kind of codependent relationship means well you lose your individuality right. Isn't that what you were attracted to the other person in the first place for individuality as I came her for who they are but when you get too close he become very very codependent. When really you kind of begin to lose a piece of yourself and again I run into this all the time often it. Somebody has a job. And they've gotten so codependent on the job and the CO workers and the hours pay and everything else. They've lost they are also see it with a lot of married relationships. Where one partner is so dependent on the other. They lose themselves as satisfying anyway. So it's it's even worse than being just independent. It's really bad place to be so the first place we start being very independent person and you want to be an independent strong person. Don't get me wrong on that the same time if you stay too independent if you don't open up a little bit if you don't allow a little space you never really going to get with anyone and when you do connect if you let yourself go and you sound all in and you become codependent. Oh my goodness oh my goodness becomes an issue too because you kind of lose who you were. We don't WanNa do that. So what is the place you WANNA be or if you're doing the math right now if you're thinking this through just take a guess what would it be. You probably guessing might be kind of a blend or something right. Pretty close his. I believe and I've seen this again and again and again you want to merge your skills you emerge your passions you emerge some of that individuality and you want to create a more of an interdependent relationship and you'll see this in whether it be business or with your employees or with your spouse or your boyfriend your girlfriend you notice how some people just become a good team. You can go too far with that because I think if you become just to Interdependent also begin to lose yourself a little bit along the way but if you notice when you get you that Nice little balance you get to be yourself you get to rely on each other quite a bit and you're working as a team to get what you want. That's where you want to be no matter where you are in any relationship when you get to that place. It's really a solid foundation. You could build a whole world on that and you already have and you will in the future pretty simple stuff when you take just a couple of minutes to think about it because it's so easy to get caught up in the caught up at one day rely so my gosh. Where am I so the three different kinds of relationships that you're going to run into your what? Which one are you now? Where are you? Are you completely independent? You're fighting the big fight. Have you become co dependent? The place it's maybe not healthy for you are you interdependent. Is it a good healthy place to be? Are you good team? It's a great place to be. That's where you are

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Italy seeks to calm fears in Europe as cases, deaths rise

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:26 min | 1 year ago

Italy seeks to calm fears in Europe as cases, deaths rise

"The corona virus is starting to make its presence across Europe with fresh cases being diagnosed in Austria Croatia and Switzerland. The people affected have visited northern Italy. Recently it has become the it has become Europe's worst affected country with more than three hundred cases and eleven deaths and just last night. It was announced that the huge furniture show salone. Del Mobile in Milan is to be postponed from late April to June this year as a precautionary measure while Enrico Franceschini is the London correspondent for La Repubblica. And I'm delighted to say he joins me on the line a very warm welcome back to the program and Reiki and before we start looking at the wider approach. Could you just bring us up to date with this news about Solo? Neil Mobile. Well it is one of the many things in in the calendar that have been canceled. You have to understand it For example seeks games. Oh practically Oldham says gained the Major League of football have been played without public So same applies to Basketball Games and Schools are closed. The university closed in northern Italy in six regions and This is the latest fashion week. Milan the last two days were cancelled. The last two days of the Carnival in Venice tour cancelled. So it's a huge cancellation of which the last let me mention. Is that the the newest today in the newspapers. That forty percent off bookings from curious have been cancelled all across Italy which is can put the country very quickly into a recession or this is a country which is the point of recession anyway before Corona virus began Tell us what the threats do phase off for For the for the Italian economy. Well threat is the economy will leases close to a standstill? We did them. Their factories offices have not been closed yet Many many companies are asking their employees to work from home. If they can of course were they do not have to produce thinks that but the loss for Italy can be Our stock exchanges plunging like everywhere else In the world and it's difficult to understand what can be done to avoid damage the government to start to take very harsh measures at the beginning of this crisis now Last night the prime minister said that we have to stop the panic but the panic is out there already. One thing that You mentioned what the measures might be. The financial measures. Is that lurks telly. The Deputy Economy Minister says the European Union should be prepared to step in if Italy's economy suddenly start to to to develop big con problems. I mean as you say. It was not in a good state. Beforehand economy contracted by point three percent in the last quarter is the EU is possibilities at the the. The Brussels should become a little bit more flexible on its budget targets for Italy. Yes it is and the the first signals from brasler Saturday they would goes down Over the limits that will allow it as an emergency measure so these is possible but the economic crisis can become so steep and so serious that this was even be enough. We know how long this crisis could gone and at the same time. It's the paradox. Is that the majority of these? Three hundred twenty five gazes at it'd been limited to very small areas to clusters of small cities. Were in all sixty thousand. People leave the country with sixty five million people and they will. The other case is somehow connected with this. It's not that we have had Turkey cases in Milano or or fifty cases in thirty in the big industrial city. So it's very very limited over there but the fear that the silent bureaus is going through the system. He's put creating this. This panic wearing no supermarkets have been emptied the and the the we see a la Scala. Their famous theater balandras cancelled all. It's a shows and the churches are empty squares that are empty many. Cd's and people are afraid of content. It does bring into question. The ways that you can in fact contain the outbreak of a virus. The World Health Organization yesterday praised China for its ability to Effectively seal off parts of its country to ensure that the corona virus did not spread. The political. Argument has been made that you can do that in China because the infrastructure is already that limit movement to limit free speech for central control to take place. It's a very different situation when you've got a country like Italy and you've got a region like the European Union which is extremely used to free movement free expression no borders and indeed. The Italians don't like to be You know limited in their travel because it has a distant memories of the past years Appointed these valid argument on the other end the et did the use the same similar measures to China. This these cities have been completely closed. The police surrounded them. The streets are empty and nobody can enter. Nobody can go out. Of course maybe someone had gone out before the problem is we don't know for our longer. Divider was spreading. The seeds may be lower level of intensity and then slowly made inking inroads in other parts of the country and from those now we see a case nor staircase in France. One argument was at the beginning. That Italy has tested more people than other Kansas which is valid for France for example France At tested hundreds of people easily tested four thousand people and so the number of cases is is higher but in Britain. The people Tested there is almost seven thousand Morton Italy and the number of cases Betty Law. It's possible that one problem was that has been mentioned that easily stopped the interrupted all the flights from China. Why other countries like Britain did not about and and these provoked the maybe some people who had the disease to come back maybe through Germany or to France and come back to Italy while May Be but it was able to monitor people coming in from this flights but these are all Speculations it's difficult to know exactly out. Evita's branded and and what will happen

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Photographing Women in a Conflict Zone

This Week in Photo

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Photographing Women in a Conflict Zone

"All right he would need a welcome to this week in photo. It's a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you yeah no. This is great. This is really great as we were. We were talking about before I started recording. I'm really excited to do interviews with people that are. They're doing real work in photography and using their cameras to not just for the sake of you know taking pretty pictures but to actually tell stories. And that's what this interview is all about so I'm excited to be doing this part of the Fuji Series with you. You're right now. You're based currently right now. You're in Colombia. And you know you're you're like we said in the intro your photographer based in Columbia. Let's start with the beginning so before we dive into the piece that you did around their wrinkle. Let's talk about the. What led you to be a photographer. Why why is when Nita photographer right now I started. I got in love Kelly I started to work seating months since when I was seventeen you I quit school and a have degradable to to join Both Sima and I continue the whole movie like to mom so I discover like this fashion two stories to the come around basically due to give storm so after these movie I joined on these people I learnt with them for the years of my career then I decided to do stories just with a comment about the beginning was and we'd seen him on really well so why why why the transition to still photos from cinema. Why not continue with with motion for me? I wanted to be defeat lightly and cinematographer actor and I was doing like these to training myself and so from the beginning of the camera. Mice field bad to just Like a few department but also I was very touched by documentary and I wanted to do mentoring but then I realized I was very young but I was seventeen and then I realized that being among all these speed bull and moving with the such amount of people who was not that E. C. N. Not that easy for me to to find a quick Dissatisfaction we did with the stories. I wanted to start from each year to go to travel out of the descend and start with my oncoming So and I had the opportunity to to go and travel with a friend photographer to award team the planes so so I was able to sign my sales. Y'All sweet the commerce and I preferred These these non leanness and these T. Messy saw as soon as I say what was like the first assignment just would become. I decided that I prepared these instead of being Group of people photography depending on the genre photography. It's it could be very solitary and therapeutic for a lot of people where you just Kinda go out by yourself and capture these stories but like we read in the story that you you published on full blog. Refer DOT COM. The the solitariness is an aspect that you have to be aware of especially when you're doing stories like you did around the rink. Oh River right. It's not necessarily the safest environment can you? Can you tell us about just how that particular story came to be? And what drove you to create? Yes when I told you that I started very young here we do and I can that links the audio so huge region one of the Sikhs Reunion Columbia and it's almost like easily so all the rivers goals to the walker reader which is because Sweden region as I arrived in two thousand seven and two one bar the region but not not not so I started this erste eight years and say to to become a photographer and true telling the stories of the genitals. Char the cowboys in America or the team so I was working like a we. Don unto policies going with them. By course we'd all descended notable Alana's and living with them by Morrison's many use and by reading so all the time they'll be norcal I never. I was never been nobody all the time. Whilst Reference Geographic referencing quitter restaurants. As well time I want to go there. We was nightclub. Oh one once. Arriving was like Connecticut Journey for me. I tried to borrow once but by course. It was very complicated. We just need like one or two and we go look. We went back and so he was until two thousand fifty. That for the time I arrive by won't likely now the Twin Towers to buy By DMITAR even and I are rightful decision sciences building so it was not the something new because I was never been there but was like my goal always to arrive. There was. What was it like when you when you got up? So a twelve hour journey on the boat. And then you arrive there. What was that like having that? Been Your that being your goal for such a long time like a like a result like a all. These previous years was was there at same time and and get like empowering these moments of being facing an enormous river and Oldham needs that I caught before the previous idea. There was like more money. She sank and season Thursday. Sixers contact I I will. I knew that I had to stay there and leave their and explored sweeter. So how long did you did you say there and explore the river and I have been. I came back Team days ago. And it's just now okay. It's new and senior working. There are now here young means you bud is a small town. A declaims is like the department is the next department next to the visa which is worth noting local east so I am in the same region and I see leaving here

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Carbon Engineering - Taking CO2 Right Out Of The Air To Make Gasoline

The Current

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Carbon Engineering - Taking CO2 Right Out Of The Air To Make Gasoline

"Canadian invaders are trying to reduce the carbon footprint of aircraft. There's a major competition going on right now. Organized is by the government of Canada to develop low emission jet fuel. One of the finalists is carbon engineering. It's technology captures carbon dioxide directly from the the atmosphere and transforms it into fuel. CEO Steve Oldham is in Vancouver. Hello to money. Can you explain to me. I how the carbon capture part of this is technology works. How do you remove remove carbon dioxide from the air so crucially? The first inter remember is that we catch co two directly from the atmosphere so that it means we can be located anywhere on the planet because ares everywhere and then basically we have a liquid chemical process. I like to say that we use high school chemistry and We pull Athar a giant fan. Those fans then react with various liquid chemicals and that way we capture the co two from the air. And once you have that talk to you can make a hydrocarbon such as kerosene jet fuel

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Lifetime to Release 3-Hour Salt-N-Pepa Biopic in 2020

The Breakfast Club

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Lifetime to Release 3-Hour Salt-N-Pepa Biopic in 2020

"All right well I'm really excited for this site and pepper upcoming TV biopic it's going to be on lifetime so to be a limited series yes and they have some of the actors so far everybody hates Chris actress GZ towns in will be portraying thoughts well the young and the restless star at Layla Oldham will be playing Peppa in that limited series also Monique Paul is spend a relic and your mail however will star as Treach from naughty by nature so it should be pretty interesting to to watch and they are as saying that it's also going

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"oldham" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"The sudden silence from oldham portends a major catastrophe. It's the dramatic news. I'm against the wind. The deserts of oldham had been like so many others his own relegated to the backwaters of as the history these days pretty much. The only reason heroes have to go there is to get to magny bronze beard and syllabus before he opens a portal shortcuts that for you. I was doing just that on a new alz. When i noticed something upon portly interim kansas city it was quiet too quiet instead of a bustling town filled with toll revere. The streets and buildings were empty looking around. I entered the main temple and was met by a horrific sight rows upon rows of stone tovia statues what had happened and had c._m._o. Somehow return to cure all these lines of the curse of the flesh as i ponder the scene i heard music coming from a side entrance to the temple when i investigated i i found an abandoned cart outside. I recognize the style. It was one of solas it appears he had gone into the mobile billboard business since the cart had a large digital display a when i realized what was playing on that display it became clear what had happened. It was a trailer for the upcoming live action movie of cats as i watched dame judi dench it's james corden and taylor swift dance into the uncanny valley. I knew the toll veer had seen their future and had prayed to turn to stone because as a race that prides itself on its disappearance the thought of looking real and get unreal was just a step too.

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Absolute Chonk

Android Central Podcast

12:04 min | 2 years ago

Absolute Chonk

"We're talking about an alarm clock a bedside alarm clock. That's what we usually show, the, the weekly alarm clock update. Well, actually, it's worth a quick mentioned, this came out back in January, and we are now in June, and it's finally on sale the Novo smart clock, and I'm happy to hear that when people finally got their hands on and actually used it for a while as an alarm clock. It's not really something you could demo very well you know, you just gotta use it in your life that it's actually good. And Dana Bater has one right before he left for vacation fill modern dad has one and Michael Mr. mobile has one as well. And they all just generally think it's a good deal for eighty bucks as a like a Google home device. Exactly. I'm a little jealous Oldham. So I saw it in Vegas. See, yes. For the first time, and I was actually. Moderately excited about something unexpected having come come from using the Lenovo smart, display having something that is smaller has a love the same functionality. But his small of opposable more than impulse buy, I think it was it would be something with a big appeal in sunny. What's everyone reviewing it seems to be site in for me. I don't know if you have much smart home stuff, but I don't really have any smart things on the outside of a couple. This couple things in Google home. Speakers all that this feels like a good by eighty dollars compared to the former home hub now Ness, tub that has this focus on the bigger screen, and, you know, being able to control your smart home things if you don't care about that, and you so you don't want or need the bigger display if for eighty dollars, it kind of makes sense to get this thing. Sure, like the screen is in great. And it's kind of small four inches diagonally but for the. Same prices Google home. You can easily see this being a better purchase for, I would say the, the bedroom or the bathroom as just something to give you little bits of Ambien information. Like you're not gonna sit there and poke around on it. But also you can easily see this going on sale for like fifty dollars a month Llanelli. I would be amazed if it was done a fifty bucks by by the holiday sales. Yeah. Absolutely. And that's one thing that Mr. mobile pointed out, in his great video review, was he would love to receive this as a gift, maybe not go out of his way to go by. And it is it is a highly giftable Isobel agree that in, in a way. That's I think perhaps the small displays what is a little bit out of that sort of price range for a lot of people at, like one hundred eighty bucks or hundred ninety even even the big one, I think of hit. Yeah. That didn't make a whole lot of sense. But for eighty dollars like this would be a nice, standalone thing to give somebody instead of a Google, mini as a first home device, because it's just there's something about having the screen there that feels more like easier to get into and easier to start your interaction with Google assistant rather than this, just like hockey. Puck thing covered in fabrics. I think the presence of the screen makes it more pro-chavez. Also, the small fact of this footprint competitive. He's largest multiplies also makes it more than approachable thing, it's this giant monolith, that's going to dominate one of his you put it on. It is designed to be small is designed to have a screen gets five right dog at night, stubby. It's much less of a intrusive piece of technology field uncle that than than anything comparable. I think you know what is going to be a massively, intrusive, piece of technology like the segway. The galaxy note ten because it is going to be massive, and it may have or not have various things that are already making people mad, even though it's not coming out probably until October. So all right. Alex, give us the rundown, just look at this render that is supposedly the full roughly final design and just tell me that it doesn't look like a Sony phone. It does. I'll agree with you. That it does look a little bit like Sony phone. A little bit of caveat because we always generally the white works before we start to see properly is on the money factor. We'll see these sort of cat renders that cold based on the specs leaked information, the case manufacturers, and the people gets only one of the guys who likes to police together. He's done a good job, sort of approximating the note tenjin look like but still it's not gonna be a one hundred percent. Accurate, pixel perfect represent fools representation of jam. Some gray areas based on dimensions where you have to guess. Yes, those a little bit of guesswork involved. But this does look like a big slab of a phone UN's in already this year where we have the galaxy S ten five G, which is another big slug of on this looks more Angula mass, the comparison with Sony funds comes in, because only of pulses going northwards cook screens now is moving a little bit away from just having a big Cubo, like they've had for the past is, they're dumping Samsung design language. So the same time you have so this convergence that I mean look, the note is always been more boxy, mo- squad. All this big sort of slab of technology. A note you'll every day of every man phone I'm curious to see what direction they go with it. I think the headphone Jack thing supposedly this thing she is shipping without headphone, Jack probably inevitable of this points. That's just the the way transit going end, especially in seeking a. Yeah. I think probably the finals of stroll for them was something get rid of the SPN ESPN takes a ton of space inside the notes. And you have every the phone that is competing with the note doesn't have to this, this thing, take him space inside, the could otherwise goes was battery all space for five G antennas will stuff like that. So I think that's probably finally put pay to headphone Jackson. Samsung phones, the, the other thing which is maybe a little bit more grievous is, we have a very unusual approach to a whole punch display in the form of this big cyclops I right in the center of it. Yeah. In what's weird about it as well. Is that the they just came out with this side, whole punch, or corner whole punch for the galaxy S ten series? And then they're going to switch to this. I don't quite understand that even as much as I agree that. You know the center is from like a user experience standpoint. The center is better. It's for selfish and things that makes more sense to have central from the interface perspective. It makes more sense to have it in this kind of dead zone in the dead middle. But the, the other weird thing to me is that there's only one camera here. So they're just apparently gonna ditch the double camera that you see on the galaxy S ten plus that, that also seems kinda weird to me. Yeah, it does a little bit. I mean, we'll, we'll have to see what the justifications all putting the camera days, I'm sure it has to do with the Lao components, whatever just freeing up as much space as you can for a scream. The ten five g you have not only two three cameras of that looks kind of people wait, when you picked it up for the first time, I think, you know, it's a little bit futile. The second guess everything they can be doing. I imagine they probably don't need the time of flight sense of poultry. He's let's be honest that wasn't a whole son was doing without second camera, anyway, on the very true. Yes. Yeah. So maybe it's just a case of what can we get rid of before, eventually gets these on the display senses. So a little bit of that from Chinese manufacturers this year of this past week, so, right? Yeah. Who knows why it is the way it is. It is a bit of a perplexing decision to put in the middle because around the time to know was coming out with on a view twenty late last year. They did a lot of market research that using LCD. So the technology's been different, but they did a lot of market research about why was the least intrusive place to put this whole punch. The decided it was in the place where if you holding inland, scapegoating gaming, you'll thumb Germany's gonna cover anyway, something side, one of the other options. They were looking at wells, a central hole punch, and they decided that was actually the worst of all of them market research. So I'm not sure the Samsung scientist has a much more smaller hole punch zombies less noticeable all going with some, some other reason that we caught full, see the, the we'll have to wait and see. Maybe in the next couple of months. So the rest of the phone, it looks like it's the typical, you know, Bengals get smaller, especially that bottom vessel. You mentioned it being kind of boxy. It looks flatter on the top and bottom, again, just trying to fit as much screen as possible. I think we're talking about a six point seven five inch screen at the at the highest end and there's also this disconnected. We're not entirely sure where the lines are being drawn between the potential of note ten and a note, ten pro version and within those probably at least one fi separate five G versions, there's going to be like, maybe a six point three inch screen and then upwards of six point eight inch screen which would probably be the pro version. What do you, do you have any idea what we could expect for a pro version when the note is already kind of the pro version of the whatever the galaxy S was earlier in the year. Some my theory is it might have to do with while a couple of things mostly cost. Right. I mean those already expensive. But when adding a whole bunch of extra features like whether it's more cameras, you know, you can always get more will mileage out of out of small camera. Winnie give more vocal focal length options, all, whether it's just a case of you using soon components in the pro the you know, you could be able to source as many of the mainstream version. So, you know, yields higher whatever I can't tell you while space age feature that might be enabling, you know, maybe it's bettering scream fingerprints, maybe it is just more cameras. Maybe is a bigger battery. Maybe they just wanna go. Maybe they again maybe they do their market research. They figured out the old no buys don't necessarily won't that extracts for big phone. And maybe they figured that's in a year that we have five galaxy S ten phones, anyway, that maybe been variety in terms of the note line isn't such a bad thing. Yeah. I mean, it kind of just let them make the SPN be the one differentiator of the note line, especially. When they already said they already segmented out the ten plus so much. And this is kind of in the problem that they faced I would say since the note five where the note line s liner so darn close together, especially when they started making the plus sized galaxy S's so, so similar in size and capable that. You know what can you do? You can't just keep going larger maybe you add, you know, I don't know. Maybe they add some kind of interesting camera features something. But it really seems like they're kind of standardizing on the core platform and man, it's really gonna throw people off if you know, all you gets as they as they like to say is the Aspen, and then you're going to be losing a headphone Jack for it. I feel like they're going to have to have something there. Yeah. One of the rooms going around from ice, universities. Chinese leaker is that we're gonna have not only forty five hundred million. Patchy, which is the room expect that, but also forty five watt. Charging I is faster than the current maximum of the Walworth, supercharging believe it's like tied more or less with while the mates X is supposed to be promising so super super charging, which you needed the big battery Tim's the placement of the note, I would look at the track record of the past year. The visit of the way things have been going for

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ESPN FC

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

FA Cup Fever

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"oldham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Releasing nineteen Eighty-eight Joan carpenter's code classic film Dade live follows a drifter played by professional wrestler, rowdy Roddy. Piper whose world is turned upside down by the discovery of a pair of magic sunglasses. If it sounds nutty. That's because it is as caving critique of unrestrained capitalism within the trappings of trashy b movie the shades review unsettling x Ray like visions of the world from the motives of the man in the street to the hidden messages found in advertising, but the success with which they live delivers. It subversive message means it now assumes an influential position in popular culture from shepherd ferry with his obey campaign to the work of laws of for his love of visage. The film has informed. Manny a creative mind over the past three decades now designer Craig Oldham's putting it under the spotlight with a new publication, a replica magazine that pays in the film. The book of an invaluable insight into. Today live and its relevance today as well as showcase of outstanding graphic design which we like and Craig I'm happy to say joins us now. Welcome similar Coakley cried guitar with us. Let me stop asking about the I guess the big concept of taking things from fiction and making them real. This completely compelling about that. And this is certainly got people in our offices talking. Everyone comes I was always that from they live is a long held -fensive ios on it. It's part of a sort of a big project has really it is. Yeah, I'm glad you said that because I thought I was the only one. You always have those dangers when you saw doing projects like this. Yes. Essentially, the idea it wasn't necessarily useful live book, it was for a series of books called the Pitney additions where I was always really interested in how films of draws on culture to make yourself, and then after the film's med as releases it self to the world, and then has its own Mark on culture and kinda similar way. And I really wanted to sort of find a vehicle or technology to sort of encapsulate on the books aimed the perfect thing because I take one dollars from these films. And there's a whole list of is one of those things that once you start thinking about it. You remember lords, and you just keep you fall down the rabbit hole. But they live was definitely one of those. I love the film. I think it's really really interesting example of drawing from cultural times joined from political climate, and then going out and having its own of impacts in various different things. So I was really when we could get that won't move in really into ask. Ashley, Craig, what was your first experience with they live. I mean, I guess. We're not around on the film's release. I I wasn't. I was three years old when the film was released. I've always been a of a fan of carpenters work. I think escape from New York was probably the first film. I saw of carpenter a time when I was sort of hammering my stash plain metal gear solid under and seeing this kind of symmetry between he knows snack skin in the film solid snack in the game. And that little flag just of raising and going. Oh, yeah. Right. Okay. That's what it comes from. And then of course, start to just exhaust all the other films. Don't, but it was actually a friend of mine called who I work with an agency another designer on. He knew alight carpenter. And I was I think I was waffling on about film one day about Copsey said, obviously, they live, and I was I've heard of it. But haven't seen it. The next day came with L of bootleg Davide of scribble on the front watch. They watch this. And I did. And I it just blew my mind. It was almost like I'd say the film without seeing the film, go all the references from things, and it just saw flooded in Nova style I used to love wrestling. As well. When I was a kid. So I knew Roddy piper. And it would just all just came in and obey and all of that kind of stuff. So is a real Johnny adults. And since then is really gritty grown on. It probably is my favorite. Now. Only wasn't at the first instance. Well, maybe that speaks to how clever it was..

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"oldham" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"Just hand off to load eighty and then that guy Oldham and then hand back to me when I'm situated on pools coordinator, we descend down at a decent slow speed two light-water swimming loves when some dogs loves. We had some dogs that you would swim, and they would just trying to on top of you. So a three hundred meters out trying to swim into shore. And the dog is trying to drown you too. He would just get out in front of me to take offs on just one behind. He's like you is. Gazelle? You just walked yourself into another favorite heights breaker, which is secret skills secret skills. I think we all the explanation of why is joking around about you're selling earlier. Oh, yes. We had. We had a big machine at our kennel. And there was broken for the longest time to knowing mess with it. Us like to Google anything to Google outta fix this effects. Affects It. it. Fix the sewing machine. And then started we were making specific leashes everyone to be twenty five feet for different instances or thirty whatever. And then I could just take the clip, and then sewed until the sort of making leash is also going into our kids. I was bought this streamline backpack from Haley strategic and love that backpack in. I wanted it to connect into. My. Blue force about magdala had that was needed to couple seems that would hold these little clips in that was that was pretty cool. And then after produce that little belt system all the other dog. Did you got to show me how to do and they did? So that we all have sin load of pretty cool. Get local 'electoral cool. How's everything everything was streamlined to his elves out there? Like this small little flat backpack. You have the most minimum pouches. They're just elastic bands. And then you have to just you're just wearing a low biz plate carrier and everything goes on top of that a roof DJ system, but we've made it. Did you ever get asked by other guys guys on the line there like where what is that backpack tone, the new you'll get it to even Mike hunt that backpack Mike have back? What does that backpack? One. And he went and bought it too. So we use them to hunt down to 'cause they're they're small really small low profile. But if you need to add more to your packed, you can unzip another layer extends, and you can do that with the pouch too. So you can go from a four inch three inch backpack in an extended to a day or day and a half. Now. Maybe a two day if you needed to. Yeah. Totally related, but I love the Tuli luggage line that same reason because it's very modifiable. You can split it up into travel the Volvos move. So I'm going to church and five as the dollar, and it's more than match ticket of. Hit off that said anything modular yeses guests get they have really even with carry on it just to transform ruined school. And then you have equate streamlines can turn into just like fan bag problem your.

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"oldham" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Iraq you've been you know my might offset this yeah i mean i think people felt that at fifty dollars they thought that a sixty dollars nothing in his seventy dollars and the point is that a lot of you know when commodity moves happen lot of his momentum driven and you know what's different about oil is that there is there is a strong fundamental demand the markets in backwardation which means that you know people are willing to pay a premium for oil for delivery now of us in the future and so there's a real strong onto onto pinning for oldham on right now and you know how far it can go oversee who knows but i'm certainly it's a market as a lot of people by surprise all right but this same reason that you said that gold was down in price since mid april wouldn't that apply also to oil couldn't you just say that oil has reached a sort of near term peak at seventy dollars a barrel particularly when you have as lisa said you got shale producers who can turn on the spigot and they can produce as much oil as you want the only constraint is actually the pipeline system and the logistics of getting it to the marketplace yeah i think that's true but the lesson that they've learned from las time is that if they do that that that's one show fi way to make the price go lower again which they've reticent to do off to what happened in the can make a lot of his producers can make money can make pretty good money at forty and fifty dollars a barrel i'd say fifty most people making good money now so seventeen seventy dollars a barrel that making really good money and i think people are just a bit more cautious as the biggest produces about increasing production will you may see production coming on board is actually the small or stop produces with thinking exactly what you are saying hang on a minute if we put the money in that we can get capital we can stop drilling than we can produce them we can make money that setting where there's a potential risk do you think it could go honestly no idea all right let's let's move to aluminum because that's been in the.

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"oldham" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Self as alleged lovelorn oldham on while you know evil job doing self exact mondo what's the what's the relying team which has music elements because of my age group there was that thing you know that awkwardness that sort of awkwardness of the opposite sex and not being able to talk to guards properly or not being able to specially when you were fifteen sixteen so when the music center kim along you know so you had the turntable the radio on the cassette deck all in one you could record stuff so that was the birth of the of the competition so i used to make tips up for girls that are liked and sort of try and wangle mawei into their affections out by going i'm quite awkward but curtis mayfield could soon for me on francis rossi from steelers close emojis are going to be doing a kind of desert louise routine tells us what inspires him in various roles whole title of acid house sean all the guests on the show well say that and you also with us today is sarah morgan comedy writer amer covering journalists after cutting her teeth on loaded bliss an instarem zine sarah wisely rejected dead tree media for the allure of radio and tv she's written for tracey ullman darragh o'brien school of hard sums dave gorman's modern life is good the sitcom not going out and many radio for comedy she also keeps her hand in my writing for the guardian now again how do you get time hello.

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"oldham" Discussed on Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on Podcasts – Working Cows Podcast

"Show she age variation depending on so wear construction somebody would dealing with climate code comments winter winter end some rental oldham's spring run full just summarize will set they enter that completely depends if we stray the nose and you guys left to remember that that's all the other hemisphere and i would need to me when i was in the states if he goes oh yeah not when you hit knows it gets really cold when you got north against so when you get up into the northern parts stride yet you've got a month senel ryan patents in that area they you you're going to have some dominant ryan full and an extremely light probability of any into rightful to the point where it's been running jack that you could go and get your ryan niger's in april and gone put him in the shade until end of the sun didn't affect them too much in in areas they you'd be looking to becoming when i'll talk about the property was on the by example way booked at the del cais deitz seventies atta tenure grain season started on this diet that's one of the factors that we look at for for people in any rating pregnant as early january the january that was the number that we decided we wanted to have finished having night and we prayed tested how back into a sixty day cobbing period samples with going about the fist injury in that climate bay january february where i would flusher grain coming through fullest house alone this is eugene movement principle.

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"oldham" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Welcome to retire inspired i am your host chris oldham and because you press play guess what on going to bring it and because you're a future matters you it's time to turn it up vips it's your life people take charge lab then comes in so no show how do you define retirement vips it's really up to you retirement is your definition there are some negative reasons that you might never retire but there are also some positive reasons that you might never retire but it's up to you margarines if you wanna stop cuban i hope you've listened to the negative reasons you may never retire but if you don't wanna stop that your perogatives me to q in bobby brown deer and that's why i'll share with you some positive reasons you might not retire you see it boils down to each of us literally earning the right to be able to make the choice that best suits tease and what else can you expect from this episode well i'm going to hear from the people because we get questions on social media email and even at our vince all around the country so in this episode i'll be sharing some of those questions and i'm also going to share with you my take away on building your future of things being under construction and of course you don't wanna miss the mind and the mentality of this episode selfmade millionaire it's time to get after it my friends it's time to focus let's do this.

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"oldham" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:39 min | 5 years ago

"oldham" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"By the time the police arrive oldham was dangerously near today acting was consoling a shrieking eat it from the stat and snyder was sat on a sofa regarding his night's work in shaw the bullets fired by his daughter miss their intended target lodging themselves in the woolen floor but they had been enough to stop him and his wearily he'd released adding from his grip and told her to go to the i've had my revenge he said pointing told so you can colder police the best script the james cagney had ever read was entitled love meal leave me untold story of acting and snyder's early relationship ending with their divorce much of their story did not make it into the film including edith snyder and many of the shocking events of the night of the shooting instead it's a cavalier pace tale of domestic abuse in the higher echelons of society and a darkly violent love story between a princess anne us fend ghani you saw the way they treated me urge friday new york joke like i would not been swallowed potatoes like i i i know right i didn't say not i way where do we see your body and tell tell them each what me we like get cut your car your car i return it for you.

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