20 Burst results for "Passi"
The 2 Robbies
"passi" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"Schools is a testament to two minds fit mind and fit. Body fit mine fit body as the bull main. He's movement is already ahead of anybody else in the box on a body. Got you mentioned applies. Whether rebound comes where he reacts with will everybody elsie. starting that is Centerfold play that's how now saas physicality so understanding all the little things. You agree with job in great center. Fool out he's got you know an stood out to me in in the goal impales. Say all she needs to go nothing easy about it. You know it now knows only early. I i expect today. Shot rinaldo fan. We knew as games deliver different. We knew was going to be number nine different. I'm not sure as i sit here now. And i expected how instantly better mine just united are with him upfront. Again of course is a world class player. You think it is. Age may is eager to be effective every single week again. It's only what four games now is understanding with bruno who you know alike when they separate and they look for each other particularly bruno deeper and tip of those boards in behind. I'm ace. just it's fun to watch my. I honestly every single time. The ball goes in around the box. Unlike renowed is there is absolutely their decisions penalty decisions role for the first one when it goes a fakes a vitamin sue. Su file kind of puts a leg out I thought he put it into the ground. A not necessarily trip the player and we're now does when into a molehill. Goes down there. Look to that and like no. It's it's an no coal coal court but not nocco yet. I agree with you. i agree. I didn't think it was another thing. They assume towns sometimes a natural movements to the game. We're gonna make connections. We didn't feel allies account. You got to be honest i. I'm not one noko was iraq. Cool yeah and then how can you tell me. If i'm seeing a different game or i've got this wrong later. In the game kurt zuma comes across and slides ova and the bogus. Not past him is known and kind of go through the player and he saw of can believe it nor even a check. Yeah no the game kind of went. And i'm thinking well he is going to be there. Check shoe i mean especially zuma comes in. It was very like the ramsden incident also Well in a room sale. Get the bull and mexico. Contracts with vedran goes down policy penalty. Absolutely the right decision could at zuma doesn't say mcconnell challenge but doesn't get any of the bull knocks the book pakistan and then gets crowded on quite high upon his leg and how lots no penalty kick. I really do not know and all it was interesting. Just said i will down this road where he ain't gonna get penalties. It should do just because of who he isn't That's not that's not right. That's not fat on much. Not fair on the league by the way through your job properly and at least the the issue with the veil of them were there have been eligible. We didn't go to vietnam. We didn't get an opinion almost like they just stove fair a check on avail. Let me see a crooked thought it here. it was dr england When you looks at a game tomorrow akerson is okay. Nothing nothing nothing to report here. No no which is astonishing to me. I saw that worn. I thought was was was crazy. Of course there's so many incidents then we continue on of course and in the luke. Shore block hander. Armao a think. Unfortunate for luke county. Passi if you hands up for. It's not an expert is making you big. it hits. he's anti doesn't mean to do it. Will in the loule in any little. Now that's going to be a palestinian rob. It is is one hundred percent is a penalty. I just i just think how in unit full pace and you stretch your letter and you've got you've got to let some house uh-huh beyond the boxing that looks tablet. I don't want defenders to do or you're going on invesco. look sure does. Unfortunately that's where we all but anyway it was more commodity. I mean the humble is even being joked about now which would have been differences may not moment of that happening one totally surprise me because i would never david Trying to god. I mean that's going to vegas on chokingly money on you've got you've got carried away drinks. Yeah go figure twenty polka. They like oh yeah. Let's go a main so supposedly and again. You might have pictures. This was sitting down. Hadn't even stretch still with So no intention because it probably get away. The game's going. He goes you up from probably take some still far five shutdown at least for the last many fortune a gay not stretch these cities full thirty five year old hamstrings Toes to running onto the pitch taking the ball off declan rise who kissed it and put it on this ball and then he's got to go grab westheimer pulling with against the one of the biggest teams in football against one of the best. Goalkeepers movables combative to full now Few stop so the stopped. Say it's full years ago since he missed a penalty twenty sixteen. It's five years ago since the last saved a penalty. i think he's taken fully to penalties. Missed only fool. So maybe david moyes is all these mooney on brought read because That's the way don't as you know i did. Try and check the pictures. We went to a technical camera. Feed to just to see this plow. Because we have the same thing in tim no something behind in a shot we had of the managers and we saw david moyes kind of like it looked like again i. I admit i'm speculating. A little bit to the bench. And somebody else is gonna come on and gave it with a hand gesture. And i'm doing here for for our listeners. Here like calm down. None do then. He goes out shaw thus when he must look cool but sadly the tactical camera feet was more. It was closest shop. Seem couldn't see benches but that's what we understand. The noble just came out of the blue and it's difficult to come onto feel like that and So we didn't get a definitive pictures to absolute evidence of us wiping but enough people upset down. The mountain. noble totally called us runs on name. Run very well i do. I need runs. Who's living comes on us to take in fascinated with the hair saves lushes. It tells a story you know what you said star. Rob all the drama. They get the three points. I would just finish rob in my thoughts on this game by saying am. I going to go on to talk about a company minute. The us less drama. When it's applied is football and winning games yeah combined on. Ask the form of question combined. United continued to play games of this high level drama and going behind we saw against southampton point. They get away with it here. Is that too much drama for this club. One way.
The Cycling Podcast
"passi" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"To but you mentioned great arm lionel. I mean yet. The spectators who were there and produced a great shot from from simon gill up there. You know any any if you bite race and you you witness the the race being decided on the climb between vr and juvenile felipe. You're you're being treated to the the best spectacle. Cycling can offer really at the moment so that was that was terrific to watch and you know the the m the the boss that make bannon always makes about the races that it's an exciting race. Because of the small teams six man teams which in many cases were reduced by crashes or other things going on 'em it did produce quite compelling spectacle on the on the final stage in particular which might not have been compelling breakaway away in a chase behind but the chase was was complicated by his mom had only four writers laughed at point. I'm one of them. George bennett for the chase on the flights to bring quite a quite strong break by they had. They had help oversee from the quake but they also have to manage their resources carefully. So it did. That was another little ingredient. I think that made the the weak and the racing more exciting yet. Just on ethan hater before we move on i mean when i say i thought the great or might be his undoing. That was just because i walked up the climate not a particular section wes photo was taken and it's a picture of vinyl and ala lead predominantly as they enter the right hand bend which is really very steep I thought that might be a bit much rain. But we you know we forget that I'd rather forgotten until you mentioned it. When i spoke to him after one of the stages that last year he crashed welcome. Which of course was at the end of the season Because of kobe and broke his leg. And i think tore his ankle ligaments. And so you know that's not a simple thing to come back from and then of course it whole summer was based around The olympic games and the team pursuit. And so you know just to be unsure whether he would transition pack from the trap to the road but when you look at results over the course of the season is being very impressive particularly in state races he was fourth Copy off stage race back in march. He was second in the volta out. Garvey he was seventh in rooted. Oh saul he won the two of norway and then just. Before the tour of britain he was fourth. In britain classic one day race behind causing wa allah philippe honore so clearly in fantastic form and any grenadiers had the resources to try and take it to yamba visa and i thought they they wrote a very smart week but as you say the thing about You know the the feeling at the end of the race when he reached a conclusion of think. Yeah that was a really good week. Tracing the icing on the cherry on the top is the fact that it was venar. Julian elderly both on the podium. And when you look at the most recent winners of the tour of britain the law three winners vendor pool and alpha leap. I mean he combs fair the night. The the only thing any else could have maybe done on the final days put ruined dance in the breakaway and that would have would have complicated the chase 'em although and putting someone in a breakaway mesa. It signed a lot easier than than is in reality. Now line will you weren't. You weren't just saying a mini break where you weren't there in holiday gallivanting around you were you were putting a recording things you remember your recorder and you're you're making a friend special episode. I am. yeah it's not gonna be just story of the race. It's going to be nice from a small island. I've got a bryce and ask air about you. I want to run into trouble with bill. Bryson's publishes and over the copyright. Now i'm going to coach notes from a small island but certainly i was out doing from a small island. I was doing the tough work rich. Sampling cornish pasties and cream cheese in some over here and try corners. Passi introduced him to hp sauce. I'd probably my one regret is Because because of circumstances. I wasn't able to go all the way to aberdeen. I would've loved to go into the rice it. Was you know it was great to be on the road and to see britain changing as much as the rice on folding gain. Better headed to scotland baio down. Save the ages. Sorry about that. Scotland a bit to on scotland. This year on tiber. I will hope hopefully make amends for that. In twenty against scotland lionel. Nothing at all. And i'm gonna make a french special. I think to put out once the racing season ends and kind of the memories of the week of kind of faded a little and hopefully bring them vividly back to life again. But i think we can hear one interview that you did with Donna marston writing his loss tour of britain. Because as you said he he's the most. I think an announcement that surprise a few people am that he would retire at the end of the season. Because he's he's a good seat doesn't eight won a stage at the. Jiro and this will be his last season. So shall we hear from donmar tonight how you doing. How do you feel.
"passi" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"I would say eyewitness beauties. Own cody rigsby. Yeah the star. Peleton instructed found him. You're the star maker here in yahoo. I found him but so did like hundreds of thousands of peleton users before me. He is the seinfeld of cycling called him. We've dubbed him. Hasn't quite caught on. Yet but i think we'll still try to push that narrative he's on the next season of dancing with the stars which is as sort of silly of a show as it is. It's widely watched and massively successful. So that's going to put him on the world stage so we are really happy for cody. Rigsby jessica chastain. I've talked about on this podcast. That i am a chastain. Eac self-professed self titled chastain eac. I can't get enough molly's game. I've seen it many times. I think she's a wonderful actress. There are few like her. She has had it factor. Movie star charisma that said she. And oscar isaac. I'm gonna talk like page six tongues wagging at the venice film festival last week. When he looked at her on the red carpet very lovingly. Her hand was over his shoulders and then he very gingerly started like kissing pressing the inside of her arm which instead of making people feel uncomfortable actually like all the silly instagram accounts for like couple goals. Yeah he's like smelling her her armpits. Pit yeah it was. Variously has loan. It was very tender. I'm just thinking how. Every time i see these actors and stuff i'm like how would i feel if i was wife because he's married. You know what i mean. So she has a baby. Yeah neither of those things actually mean any true offense like man that has to be a weird feeling. I mean if i were in her shoes i would feel weird right. Guess what jessica chastain husband's name is charles. Chessman no edge. His name is posse day. Prep celo what are the origins of this gianluca passi. Prep apparently john newco. Oh he's actually from a talion noble family. Some people have all the luck. Marrying jessica chastain being born into an italian family. Oh and he's like very handsome. I can't. I tried to type in just phonetically what you said but i can't find him prep. Pr ep like the one today. hiv prevention medication. and then o. S. c. u. l. o. s. prep sooalo's o. s. u. s. o. l. You're like just maiming letters. okay okay. But oscar isaac oscar is. It says a wife. Jessica chastain has a husband and yet somehow fascinating they can still have a good jin Not ginger tender moment on the red carpet ginger yet and then our final feel-good google of the week is rick owens. Plus venice italy home. New pictures were on vogue dot com of.
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"passi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"This week's church annoucements two things. I just want to highlight this week for the past the one i am so honored and humbled that my armada temple university reached out to me to do an interview just about the amazing work that i've done in the social service in entertainment industry post graduation so i was like so honored that my armata reach out to me and i'm on a personal level like you know i went to university and i feel like i've done my own thing but i never really felt like you know any acknowledgement or not even that maybe even deserving of it so it was so humble that they out to me and wanted to do an article on me baby boy come on campus below photo shoe and so i just was literally like tears came to my eyes because it really was just something there for a long time i never thought that i would even ever get recognition from my university and to have them reach out to me was amazing and we're on the baloch is a purple pants. Passi member by the name of brandon nell. Thin might have had a hand in making sure that they knew who your baby boy was. But listen if you have not already please check that article out. You can click the link and my instagram bio or my twitter bio or posted it to twitter facebook. So make sure you check that out is really humbling for me and like i say i post is there. You never know who was washing your journey and you never know the path that you may be paving so listen and continue living your truth okay is a new legacy. The next search announcement. I wanna make sure that this tuesday we as recchi for hgtv okay. August thirty first house hunters my ya sister. Thea heart tail-end. Her family will be there looking for her news chicago home. So make sure you guys fetch a db are august thirty first house hunters and show my gross at some. Listen i might even go lab okay. I'm watching lab on instagram thumb. Because i want to be screaming for my garage. Yes so. Those are the church announced with for the suite. Life is full of things to manage your work. Your family your plans and your treatment.
The Audio Long Read
"passi" Discussed on The Audio Long Read
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"passi" Discussed on THEMOVE
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Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"passi" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"Force them to use their vacation days or their sick days or or force them to have those in the first place he then. This is kind of like a dual question for our final question. And then i'll the guinea recess. So what are ways that you can get involved any listeners. Now if you want to if you are inspired by sony's incredible work. If you want to get involved with free from i would also so that's the first question is how can people get involved with reframe or donate to an antenna. The second question is i would imagine that you need lawyers. Activists politicians everyone. It's like all hands on deck. I would imagine because this is a societal problem. We need everyone to come with their solutions with their empathy with their compassion. So who industry reform need at. How can they get involved such great questions and thank you for asking so our website is free from dot org and if you donate via a website. A hundred percent of that money goes directly to survivors through our cash assistance. So you can donate knowing that you're gonna get that money directly to someone who needs it in this moment another way to get involved if you're just someone that wants to support is get involved in our policy work so we like we lay out on our website. This is what how your state needs to do. Better work to get into do better. You can actually like tweet your governor or your state legislator and tell them this is how badly our state is doing. And this is how we need to do more. Those are like really easy steps. Anyone can take if you're a survivor and you're like i wanted. I wanna get some support here who anyone can join our peer financial support groups They're completely free. They're completely easy to join. It's also really easy to get involved in policy work as a survivor through our work and then in terms of what we need you know. I think this is something that we talk about in our next episode but we are really focused on changing the way that media talks about this issue every single time. I talked to journalists. They what can what can women do to help themselves in these situations. And i always say what can we do to help survivors in these situations. You're asking the wrong question and so anyone who's in pr media communications. That is a whole branch work that we have got to do moron. Men have more access and and start controlling the narrative better. So i would be so grateful for that kind of support and just any you know if anything i've said today has you wondering. Has you thinking about a way to collaborate with lucky from you. I can't emphasize enough. The idea that it's the onus has to stop being put on the individual. This is a group effort. This is a societal effort. And when we think about the statistics of bypass folks. Lgbtq folks martin people that are so disproportionately end women that are disproportionately impacted by this is really isn't intersectional issue. That means everyone's attention my my final question for this episode. We will definitely be having you back is. What's next for you. Sonja in your efforts to protect survivors. We are really focused right now on our societal action strategy so getting banks to take accountability and make bank accounts accessible to all survivors getting employers to do their part so that survivors aren't having to choose between getting safe and keeping their job. I'm getting states and the federal government implement policies. That are actually allocating money to community responses and prioritizing this issue as an economic issue. So that's our the next five years. Very heavily focused on that and building a movement of survivors who are calling for the change that they want and making sure that they are listened to 'cause we have we do not listen to survivors. We don't ask survivors. What they need. We don't trust survivors on all of that has to change. Might drop so passing us. So much fear timely. Create your work so much your incredible. I've so many just for you. I'm so grateful for your work in so much. Thanks and gratitude to you for coming. Getting curious thing. You've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan ask mike s. This week was sonja passi. You'll find links to her work and the episode description of whatever you're listening to this show on our theme. Music is freaked by quin. Thanks to her for letting us use it. If you ensure show please introduce the friend and show them how to subscribe. You can follow us an instagram and twitter curious. Gdn or social running curated by emily editor andrew carson gang is produced by burqa ghetto. And emily hey man..
Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"passi" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"One is property damage. That's everything from the punch. A hole in the wall to the throughout my laptop on my phone survivors estimate about eighteen thousand dollars a year in property damage. An actually you know it's interesting. That hundred and four thousand dollars at the cdc estimates that doesn't even include loss wages. It's it's really just things that you would have a receipt for so litigation court costs debt that doesn't include but should include debt that you have in your name. We work with survivor who she was a year and a half out of her Marriage when she called us and she had been started getting calls from debt collectors and she no idea why they were calling turns out. Her husband had taken out seven credit cards in her name. He had had the cards sent to his brother's house and him and his brother racked up. Twenty one thousand dollars in debt on these cards in her name never paid off and now should her credit score gone from the mid seven hundred to the low three hundreds and she couldn't get your credit card. Nothing day thing not yet. Okay so fuck. It's so that's exactly the sound the sound of of intimate partner violence and the problem that it is our failure to deal with it. Is that noise getting curious with. Jonathan bennis is sponsored by better help online therapy. Is we begin to see light at the end of this cova tunnel. A lotta people are still feeling down and emotionally out of sorts. You may not feel depressed or at a total loss. But if you're feeling a little bit off or your relationships or suffering this could be a sign that you should talk to somebody. Online therapy can help. Better help is not a crisis line. It's not self help it's professional therapy done securely online. I love my online therapy so much even before everything happened with kobe switch to online therapy because i live in a different place than my therapist and really connected with her and i didn't wanna switch. Virtual therapy is amazing. It is so effective. I love it so much. And i just would never be where i am today without the help of my therapist. Fill out a questionnaire to help. Better help assess your needs and match you with your professional licensed therapist. Start communicating with your therapist and under forty eight hours schedule secure weekly video phone or even live chat appointments there have a broad range of expertise that may not be locally vailable in your area which is really just such a great thing that better hope offers. You could really take advantage of log into your account anytime to send a message to your therapist which is great better. Help us committed to great matches. So it's easy and free to change their if needed. It's more convenient and more affordable than in person therapy and financial aid available our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month dot com slash jadeveon. That's better h. E. l. p. dot com slash. Gdn so one plus law contains says. It's like you know with reference to the hiv. Social safety net is it. It's like ya were all in this together. But we're all like very different. Boats like hiv social safety. Net is like an ocean. We some people got got. Some people got a nice speedboat. People are like the fucking had restaurant. And titanic and you can't balance on that fucking thing. It's a nightmare and so when the survivors of intimate partner of used violence social safety net. Depending on who you are what you have. It's like there's just some people are really really going through. This is such a just horrific issues though. What does it look like. Just start to treat intimate partner violence structural and economic issue. Yeah it looks like first of all actually defining the problem as an economic issue. It looks like all of our what. I try to explain to people. Sundance is the way that we address intimate partner. Violence is like if our response to racism was to offer people who experienced racism time in a shelter. It's ludicrous and so just as now. We are calling on all of our society. Societal pillars to do something that's actually helpful about racism to really shift structured shift policy to understand inequity The same is true of intimate partner. Violence banks need to make sure. Bank accounts are accessible for everyone. People who are creating apps and technology need to be thinking about how could a harm doer. Use this to stock harm. Control someone that they're harming and then how can we mitigate against that literally everything that we create needs to be done with an understanding of intimate partner mounts because it is so pervasive in our society. Just like we're asking ourselves like how could how is our media representation a racist How is it also perpetuating a normalizing abuse. That's morgan literally have like a lake. Get like a sociologist. And you to come back for a second episode about the ways. That like the media's perpetuating this i two more quick questions So i already know. We're going to have you back for a second episode of a nightmare. This is not the episode to like have an actual our to do we need to like we have to having second opposite somewhere. He was telling you about for the next question. Is there any like local or state legislation on this that you're particularly inspired by or his anyone anywhere to anything like that. That'd be a good model or that kind of is like something. I haven't heard before was like an interesting. And could maybe a good solution definitely creating like cash. Assistance programs for survivors of abuse is an interesting thing. Yeah totally the problem is that no state has done it right. Okay so one of the things that free from released this year was we spent a full year going through every single state policy across all fifty states. And we catalog. That policy is either helping survivors financial security or harming survivors financial security. And so i can tell you. Most states are doing very little but there are a couple that are exciting. So maine is doing some really interesting work to protect survivors against coerced and fraudulent dat and they are basically debt collectors from collecting on debts incurred as a result of economic abuse which is huge for survivors in maine. We talked about court abuse before so washington state now recognizes court abuse and is requiring people who harm doers to pay attorney's fees and costs associated with court abuse or litigation and nevada is one of the first states to have a paid and protected leave policy and so in nevada Survivors have at least ten days of protected leave in order to deal with the consequences of abuse that doesn't like.
Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"passi" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"Countries they have created things like safe bank accounts but you cannot monitor online you as an individual have to go into a brand to take money out of money in they have enhanced fraud protections. So that. If i'm if i'm in california a might cards being used in new york that i'm telling you that it's my harm doer. That's using it and you're like what you're harm. Doers your partner. So you telling us you didn't tell them to use your card. You know things like this. There's so much here that banks can do other countries that's being done. We want to have the same thing happen here. You mentioned like there's no. Aa for survivors free from his started appear network of survivors building financial security in community with each other and we actually like studied the a model and weight watchers as like. How do we do this in a way. That's really community based we have people in the groups that haven't laughed still very much in the harm and we have people that have just laughed and we have people that are kind of years into their healing. And they're coming together and they're sharing stories in like. Oh this is what you should know about filing bankruptcy or this is what you should know about like if you can just find these documents before you leave. It's gonna make building after you leave that much easier so one. It's about building more community responses to. It's about building more structural responses. But i'm like. I said the number need that survivors. Say they have is cash. We just saw the federal government give every single person in this country cash without worrying that it would be fraudulent without worrying that though without asking for proof of ex wires there is truly no reason that we cannot start giving folks who need cash cash. All of the old reasons that we've been told like well. What if they commit fraud or well. What if they don't spend the money how they're supposed to spend the money all of that's bullshit jax. You're so right and we a lot of our listeners. Know that like a lot of those come from like really racially motivated or misogynists motivated. Stereotypes are really problematic. Then i know what the solution is way. More outside of the box than a temporary care. I think that the reason that i was honing in on the law enforcement things to hear the eighty five percent of the budget of what we currently have to help domestic intimate domestic partner. Violence is going through law enforcement which that's a huge budget. First of all. There's a lot of money. They're currently in second of all because there is so much harm and link in court system costs and i would also like physical altercations because if you're a survivor of abuse than you call the police and the police come in and like hurt you or something caused you not be able to work longer or you end up dealing with corporate because you get arrested. I'm just saying that there's a lot of like wasted money. They're they're in there of course additive money but the thing that eighty five percent of all the budget is going to fucking lawn worth it is just so maddening and i just i was just thinking like we can't say enough fucking police. We need to take that money and do things that are just so much more important for people that need it so much more. Just need it so much more because the police aren't even equipped to deal with so many of these issues. This survivors are going through. Is that but that's where that was coming for migraine. But i realize that it's like a way bigger structural issue. We need to think out of the box and so many more ways with during next question. Which is what our survivors up against when they seek out financial assistance other than the fact that there isn't any i think the biggest is there isn't any and then the problem is i mean the problem is that there isn't any in the reason there isn't any biggest people are not thinking about this as as an economic issue and so to your point about like eighty percent of funding like where could that be reallocated like that could all be reallocated cash grants so actually the beginning of this year the biden harris administration pledged five billion dollars in cash assistance four survivors to spend as they need now. It's a pledge. They have not made good on that. Pledge yet we are doing what we can to make sure that they make good on that pledge five billion dollars is would be the biggest influx of cash for this problem and it would also be. Just forget the fact that it's actually what survivors are saying. They need because apparently. That's not enough of a reason. It's would also be incredibly cost effective. Yes because the money that's wasted and always other ways like it like actually it's like it. Yes yes it would be i. Can you think i had already but we just explained a little bit more people that don't understand it's like we're already spending more to do more harm to survivors of abuse than we would if we just actually got the five billion in pledges people to spend. They needed earth survivors of abuse. Yeah like a really good examples. We we started cash assistance program last year so far we have distributed a little over a million dollars to forty one hundred survivors in fifty. Yes yes yes. We did not ask for proof. We did not ask you to tell us how you spend the my like. We don't care how you spent the money. Here's cash we trust you. And that's how like this is how the program could should run but one person like the grant was two hundred fifty dollars and they were like this. Money couldn't have come at a better time. It allowed me to fix my car. And why fixing. This person's car was so important is because they had joint custody with their harm doer of their kid and they're harmed Kept threatening that. If they didn't drop off the kid at the exact time that he was gonna take the kid and keep the kid and not bring them back and so fixing her car for two hundred and fifty dollars meant that she was able to keep your kids safe and she didn't have to then go through twenty thirty thousand dollars legal fees to now fight to get custody of her kid back. I'm so glad that you brought this up really quick because you earlier who said that the average cost is someone who is surviving intimate. It's a whiz at one hundred six thousand dollars under four so this is a huge number and i think that i could feel some people now. I believe this. I one hundred percents and i never. I didn't conceptualize how much one hundred four thousand dollars was. Until i was probably like i don't know like twenty five twenty six like starting to remain on business and start to like have to pay employees pay taxes and see like how you make and how much you out. Whatever i could see how one hundred six could happen really quickly because if you lose a job if you as a result of the abuse if you you're paying court fees like if you go into relationship and you're already like dealing with who's got a lot more financial resources than you then you get into a custody battle or something and you are late or you're this or that you did cut off from their money from whatever the initial divorce proceedings are the naked always bring back in a situation like this i could see can be really bad. But what are some of the other ways that that that like the those fees can add up like when you're in a from supporting them. Whatever way that happen so one. Big one is medical costs. They you've you know you've got a fractured shoulder. And you've got the immediate medical costs and then the ongoing physical therapy and acupuncture and you know dealing with chronic pain from both the physical and psychological impact of the abuse. Big.
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"Violence goes to law enforcement. And how eighty percent of survivors would not call the place. Wow such a good reason to deep on the fucking police. 'cause we i mean so even. Ip my mind was so blown from those two sentences that glossed over what you said right before which is basically that right now when it comes to people that are in if you're in a position where surviving in an abusive relationship. It's only like acute like right now. Resources it's like maybe a shelter for the weekend. It's like maybe like who even knows but like it's it's just it's for the right now. There's very few like it's like you know where to go if you to go to gymnastics classes. You know where to go up like an after school activity but there really is not like some are extracurricular there is. There is not like a like an aa. For like you know or twelve step program. Or i guess there's coda but which i love gotomeeting but it still doesn't give you like a straight up inside until like these are the steps you need to take to get yourself more resources towards healing tasso law enforcement so we know that like law enforcement because that's like you call the police because like your your husband or your wife or your partners like is going ballistic physically on you and then we call the police but then so many communities like if you're a person of color of your black person if you're clear person like maybe you live in a community where like you're not trying to call the police jobs. Maybe you smoke weed wink wink. And you're not trying to call the police over new jars. We urine like this abusive relationship. But in the person's cycle you shouldn't have smoked weed. Well we asked the stomach raises issues with. Why we'd it's fucking illegal in this country anyway. Fucker shut up here and but the point is is that like there are so many reasons why people wouldn't call. the police. eighty eight percent of survivors. Report that sometimes or often. The police don't believe them or blame them for the violence. Twenty four percent of survivors are arrested or threatened with arrest during an intimate partner violence incident involving the police the quarter now and one sunday twenty nine percent of police offices indicated that they had been physically violent themselves with an intimate partner or family member. Twenty nine percent. That's not who. I'm trying to get pulled over by or call in the event of a violent like like a big dude. Who's looking or a big anybody who's looking for because that's the thing i feel like police are like they're always looking for like a little bit of weed or a little bit of this or a little bit of that and if you invite someone into your home it's like it's all over at that point. 'cause like they're all up in your head you know if you want if the federal government needs a reason not to spend eighty five percent of its funding on law enforcement. Eighty percent of survivors. Don't want to call the police so y don't we instead of what they won and free from. Did we ask survivors. What they won in the number one thing survivor said that they wanted and needed was cash. Because if i can get my hands on three hundred and fifty dollars this month. I don't have to go to a shelter. I can actually keep the apartment that i'm in you know and really we've talked about how there is. No one size fits all. There is no one way to be a survivor. One way that this looks and so survivors know what they need. But what they need costs money that they don't necessarily have access to because the abuse is so financially devastating in all of your working their experience and all the survivors. That you've worked with what. How could that happen. We do that like how could we like. Would it be like be no estate reallocating some of their budget or the like for their budget towards like law enforcement doing some sort of like long term like the just like hiv aids like medicaid medicare programs unlike other programs that help like medical things just have that relate survivors is a great question and i wanted to share one story because i think it really helps to reframe the problem so at the beginning of kobe we started surveying survivors about their needs. One person that we talked to shared at the beginning of twenty twenty they thought twenty twenty was going to be the year that they got out of the abusive relationship. They in and so a started every day. When they're harmed went to work. They started baking cookies and cakes and they'd go out and sell them then. They would store the money at a friend's house come home clean up when the harmed or got back. They were on the wiser and they were doing this every day and so they had calculated that nine months after they began. This would have enough. Money saved up that they would be able to get out and then the pandemic happened in that completely ended and they weren't able to make money in that way and so they shared with us. They were like you know. I thought twenty twenty was going to be the year that i left. But i think it's going to be twenty twenty one and why that's important is because we have this idea of like what survivors need is bat emergency relief at the moment of acute crisis which is either a shelter or the police and actually if we can change the way that we're thinking about the problem and think about people live in harm for so long and what they need is support at multiple different times. Then we can start to think. Okay i don't have to replace the police with another version of that. I need to think outside of the box about what my solutions are. And so i'll share with you a couple of of of ideas. The first is to talked about intimate partner violence being a systemic issue like any systemic issue our whole society is responsible for it or whole society has created conditions in which it thrives and the burden right now falls exclusively on survivors. So one of the things that needs to happen is all of our society's institutions need to start taking responsibility and doing their part sixty percent of survivors lose their job as a result of the abuse. What does that tell me that tells me that. Employers have a role to play here one of the things that we are pushing employers to do is to implement intimate partner violence paid in protected. Leave so that if you are in a situation where you need to go. God forbid get a rape kit done. Go to court to get a restraining order. Look for a new apartment. You can actually do that without risking losing your job because you have this allocated leave..
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"I thought it was gonna go in or i could ask the other question that just came. I think what go fe. So it's like what if you're like like for instance like in our call episode. We learn that there's like four criterias like what qualifies a call as a call as you don't break out like most religions like automatically check off to not that far befall from like two to four you know 'cause you gotta get three of the four or four four for it to be a called a lot of kind of already start out there so you know where this comes to intimate partner. Violence is like what if you realize all of a sudden like no i. That is kind of some of the stuff is kind of things that i go through. Is it possible to like. He'll tim partner abuse apostle that one person's like not a horrific person can people get just like set boundaries. You gotta like do to cut and run like what if you're in a relationship. Yeah yeah absolutely okay. So the first thing i would say is if you have that moment where you're like wait a second. This doesn't feel right. don't ignore it. It might be too much to take in at once. That's okay don't force it but don't push it away either and don't judge yourself. You did not fuck up. You did not miss signs. you're not. it's not embarrassing. it's not you should have. Oh you could have abuses so engrained in our society. It is so normalized. We see abuse every single day on tv in movies song lyrics that we love and then you're like wait a second. There was like a justin timberlake song that my wife and i heard in a restaurant yesterday and she was like this psalm is about him harassing women on the dance floor and telling them not to walk away quickly. You know and we've no it's so normalized so you are not supposed to undo all of that conditioning that is placed upon you and see behavior that you have been told. Your whole life was normal as abusive also. People who abuse are incredibly charming. And so you weren't missing signs signs weren't there. I g- wanted the cystic says. Abuse typically escalates post pregnancy for women and part of the reason that happens is you are in a more vulnerable position and so a person who is inclined to do that is more likely to get more comfortable being abusive. Because where you're gonna go. What are you gonna do is essentially the idea for. You made a really good point which was can you heal abuse. And i always talk about abuse as a thing and i talk about. People who are harming other people as harm doers not abusers. Because i do believe that you can change. I do believe that you can heal and on the flip side of that. It is not your responsibility as the person who is being harmed to fix anyone to wait around while someone heels to. You couldn't know that someone can be better. You can know that someone can heal and also they don't have to let doesn't have to be your problem. You know so i think all of that's really important to remember and then it's about reaching out to your community you know we don't have and it's part of what free from israel working on doing we don't have in our society like a really robust ecosystem of support for survivors. Like oh you got diabetes. Got it like this is what you have to do now to change is that's not how we're addressing intimate partner violence. That is not. I so i cannot tell you. There's all of these resources going a avail yourself them. There isn't and so this really has to be what works for you. Do you have someone contrast. Do you have someone you can talk to. When i was in an abusive situation. I started seeing a crisis counselor because i felt like for me leaving with something that i wanted to do very quickly and so i wanted to make a plan. I started seeing a therapist. I was saying that therapists. Every single day. Five days a week. I started talking to lawyers. You might not want any of that. You might just actually be like okay. What happened this weekend was not okay. I recognize that a nominee take time to figure out what i do next one of the other big things that our society does is it. Says if you are being harmed you must leave. That is incredibly problematic. It is incredibly unfair. All it means is that most survivors don't end up getting access to services because they don't leave and we already talked about the financial obstacles to leaving so if you're not getting support until you leave but you can't afford to leave will then you really stuck in a situation and for a lot of people like you know i use the word survivors survivors Incredibly strategic they know how to survive sometimes the safest thing. They have decided for themselves as not to leave. Maybe it means that they'd have to give up their kids. Maybe it means that they have to give up the whole community or their job or their life in a way that they just don't want to. And so i guess the other thing i would say is. Don't feel pressure to do this in any kind of way that you think society expects of you. It's really like go inwards and listen to yourself. Listen to your gut. Listen to what your body is telling you about. What the next move it's Whereas dumb whenever i go inside it's like i feel like that is such that was because the are there that it's different for everyone like everyone that can find themselves in the same situation. We'll have a totally different experience of of what was best for them by you know that's i love that story when it comes to. We've talked a lot about you. Like states and federal versus state. And we've we've mentioned that maybe not a lot can okay to jonathan. Currently how 'cause. I wanna talk about it from michael legislative and like you know fundamentally day to day level how is intimate partner violence currently treated in the us so basically the way that we address it is like a. It's a crisis almost like disaster relief in a lot of ways so if you experience intimate partner violence you have access to temporary shelter. You have access to public assistance. You have access to a temporary restraining order. And everything's very short term focused. The problem is we think in our society we treat Intimate partner violence like happens over days weeks but for survivors. It actually happens over years generations and so all we have at this like concentrated sort of surface level support at a moment of acute crisis. That's what we have right now and when you think about where resources are going. Eighty.
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"Or both. And there's very much this idea. It's driven by misogyny in enlarge part but it's also just driven by misunderstanding and our own trauma around this issue because like you said so many of us have experienced or know someone who is experienced intimate partner violence. We think of it as sort of like you got yourself into the situation. You've got to get yourself out. We don't think about what's actually going on here. I mentioned earlier. in ninety. nine percent of cases of intimate partner violence economic abuse occurs will what is economic abuse that can look like anything from not being allowed to work working but having your paycheck taken from you not having access to your own bank accounts having credit cards and debt and loans in your name. That are impacting your credit score negatively that you don't even know about being given an allowance. They can look like all of the above and on top of that. It's also incredibly expensive to experience intimate partner violence so the centers for disease control estimates that intimate partner violence will cost a female survivor. A hundred and four thousand dollars so now imagine you've got six figures in costs and you don't have a job you've got a credit score that's been destroyed over the last two years because of debt being taken out that you don't know about you have no fallback system because the whole way that abuse thrives is that it isolates you from your community so you got no cash no no savings no fallback no credit six figures in debt and now asked the question of why don't people leave and actually the number one reason people stay in harmful situations or returned harmful situations. The biggest obstacle to pha to safety for survivors is financial insecurity. And that's the piece that's missing from the way that we understand it from the way that we're addressing it and if we're not really understanding that all of our solutions are are not getting at the root of the problem. This is a systemic economic problem. That we're talking about what you just said is something that i feel like we we can. I continually learn and the last year and change. I know a lot of people are a lot before. But it's a lot of times what we have assigned as an individual bird or individuals fall is actually related to like a much larger stomach issue. That is a little tight bass today in the intersectional and it affects you more based off of kind of where you are starting off from in this room so i so i think that's you know it's because one thing i was thinking was like when you were saying like you know they can check where you're being cut little like. Why don't you just change your password. But then it's like. But what if the person that you're with is like change your password and i'll fuck in like flasher tires or like call your boss and xyz like there are ways that yearbook and intimidate you into having full access like once you're in that web. It's like it really there. If not everyone can be jaylo from enough. And that's like a really late nightmare movie to quote anyway. But when i think about intimate partner violence times i think j. Lo from enough really dramatic like hollywood thing and sometimes i noticed the friends. It's like it. It's very all of a sudden in the way that a team that can go from linc. All's well the person of your dream to like. Nah okay really pretty quickly and i think that's the problem and to go back to your earlier idea of like well. Why don't you just change your password. But what if you've been in a relationship with this person and now they know your social and they know your childhood nickname and they know the name of your first pet at all your security questions so you can keep changing your password and they can keep putting in the security questions to figure out you know to change it and figure out what it is. Okay i'll just just. They really used anyone's ever listening. Because i got really about passwords. If you're in like a sort of situation where you need to change your path ideal. I do a random phrase a completely random phrase then. I take the first letter of each word from the random phrase and i birth cents. How do you remember what the random phrases have to. I've thought a lot of passwords and it had to reset. But i'm just saying that if you do get worried like jiminy people know you're in or if there is some billeting your life. I just made up a rhyme reverse. The first or even do the the last letter may be if you wanna get whatever focused and i'm just saying it's like a good technique. Is someone put. Your thing is like says it really isn't someone can get all the way until i know you intimately that they can really circumvent all those protections. The point that you made about like thinking about jaylo is such an important one. Because i also think it's part of the problem is we have this stereotype for lack of a better word of what a survivor is. And it's typically a heterosexual sis gendered per woman who is like very violently physically assaulted pushed down the stairs. He has a black eye. Left for dead somehow manages to escape grabs the keys grabs the kids and runs and the problem is there is a whole spectrum of what intimate partner violence looks like and there is no one type of survivor and because we focus on this sort of very extreme very limited case so do all of our solutions to the problem and what it makes us do including us survivors say will. I'm not a survivor. Because that didn't happen to me. It's just that he or she or they berate me but they don't hit me or they just really liked to know where i am all the time. But that's okay you know and so until we can really start to talk. More ominously about outlay exac like your very first question all the different kinds of abuse. Then were. we're just gonna look at that one stereotype and say well. That's not me or that's not my friend or that's not my sister. 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"As a sensitivity warning. This episode does discuss intimate partner violence in detail. We hope that centering. An episode on this important topic helps to bring awareness to survivors experiences and the incredible work that sonia and other advocates are doing through organizations like free from welcome to getting curious. I'm jonathan van ness. I'm so excited to welcome our incredible guests this week. Who i learned about from one of my very favorite people in the entire world. Aloke our guest this week. Sonia paseo who is the founder and ceo of free from a national organization working to dismantle. The nexus between intimate partner violence and financial insecurity sonia. That's like a major paragraphs also favorite people alok. I mean i think most of the best things that i know about the world has been like vis-a-vis aloke so i'm not all surprised. I found your incredible work in your incredible through talking to elope so are kind of overall theme here is what is intimate partner violence. I think so often people kind of take for granted like what intimate partner violence even is because it has so many different ways that can show itself from you know. Physical verbal financial emotional. Like your space sexual. There's so many different ways that we can. People can experience abuse. So i kind of want to break down even just to start. What is such a great question. Because the way that our states define intimate partner violence is so limited so basically every state just defines intimate partner violence as physical and psychological abuse and within psychological. It includes emotional within physical. It includes sexual. But there's all these other kinds of abuse that are not included it so you mentioned financial abuse. Financial abuse is essentially controlling another person's finances or their access to finance and financial abuse occurs in ninety nine percent of all cases of intimate partner violence. So that it is not included in our states. Definitions or a federal definition is extremely problematic. So let's say for example you go and you get a restraining order against the person that is harming you and that person is checking your bank accounts every day as a way of tracking you physically locating you. You're restraining order. Doesn't cover that person not being able to check your bank accounts because that's financial abuse and the courts wouldn't recognize that as being covered by your restraining order because the definition that they're following is physical and psychological. Now of course you can. We can very easily say tracking my physical location through. My bank accounts is psychological abuse or is physical abuse in a form but courts are not that nimble in the way they interpret the law another big form of intimate partner violence is litigation abuse among all the time and in these situations harm doers. Particularly where there is family courts involved. Maybe there's a divorce. Maybe there's custody issues will use the courts to terrorize you whether that is filing motions on every single part of the process forcing you to come to court at We've worked with survivor. Once who her honda was tracking her through her through her technology technology abuse. Another form of abuse so always knew what was going on always knew her emails always knew when she had a job interview and he would file emotion in the court every single time. She had a job interview in a way that it would conflict with the job interview. If she didn't turn up in court it would default adjustment to him and so he was making it so that she couldn't ever go through a job interview process by dragging her into court. So who growth. We we he. That story gross who who commonly experiences intimate partner violence in the united states. And really just you know anywhere. Yeah so it's what part of ireland's really doesn't have any religious bounds any socioeconomic bounds. It happens to everyone but it does disproportionately impact certain demographics so one in four women and one and two trans folks in the us will experience intimate partner violence but within those statistics bypass folks and lgbtq. I a. plus folks are even further disproportionately impacted. So forty one percent of black women will experience intimate partner. Violence up to sixty percent of native indigenous women will experience intimate partner violence. One in for gay men will experience intimate partner violence sixty percents of bisexual women forty percent of lesbian women so that one in four stat for woman is is worse for women of color and for queer women and the stat for men in the us is one in seven but one in for gay men is proportionate betting effecting gay men and then wanted to transfer folks and we never ever talk about that one into trans folks we have no data right now on at the extent which it impacts non binary gender fluid gender non-conforming folks one of the things that from actually working on his is gathering that data. Because of course if we don't know the data than we don't address the problem and so that we have limited data is a huge problem. Scientists obsessed obsessed data. Do love data. Even if it's on hard stuff. I think is a really common question that really. I imagine there's going to be difficult but for people who have people in their lives that are involved in an abusive relationship. We i think we've all known someone or been someone who's involved in an abusive relationship in some way. Why what makes it so hard for people to leave such a good question. It's the question and it is so hard for us to not judge people that are in these situations to not judge folks for staying for not judging folks for not leaving soon enough not seeing the signs and part of it. Is we misunderstand. The problem in the first place. The way that we in our society are thinking about intimate partner. Violence is a case of bad luck or case of bad choices.
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"Thomas replied crossly reds are the best. No blues are the best reds. Well let's go and see who's the best then. The two engines move towards the entrance to the dry osaka ground but there was nobody playing soka james still happily singing with his passengers. Read zhen james. James shouldn't a match of started by. Now what's the hold up on with it. James shouted then. Thomas begun to realize what was wrong but i can only see one soccer team. Why oh yes in. Where's the referee. Just then percy arrived. Then there was travel giggled and out of these coaches climbed the barrow soccer team along with a rather grumpy looking referee sir. Top hot thomas and james knew what had happened on. They knew they were in trouble so top him. Hats stood in front of thomas and james. I'm held up upright yellowcard thomasson james. I'm giving you both a yellow card. A yellow card. What does that mean. Sir asked thomas. It is a warning. I asked you to work together today but instead you competed against one another dance. Tom had told out. Bright rat com. One more mistake today. And it's a red card for both of you in a game of soccer Red card means your sent off your out of the game. We don't wanna be out of the game sir quite often the much you must work together to take everyone home regardless of what side they are on radio. Blue left passi. The green engine. Top hat blew his whistle to start the game outside the sokha ground. Thomasson james watching the game together. Thomas whole reds versus blues thing. Yes sorry about that james. We should have been working together. Yes it's better when we work towards the same role just then. The bowl flew out of the ground. Landed right on top of thomas is oh doc. Plays voice called out. Thomas blew the ball out of his phone with a new huge full flew back into the soccer ground and bite into the goal. And this is the story about thomas's coaches any and clara belle. In clara belle are wooden passenger coaches but clara belle also has a break compartment for luggage. Undercard thomas loves his coaches very much and would never want to be without them. So now you've met the heroes of story. Let's begin on all aboard for big adventure. Not so slow coaches as nothing. Thomas likes small than pulling any and clara belle along his branch line but even though his coaches very faithful they do sometimes complain. Especially when thomas goes a bit too fast again rebel agree any thomas laughter. Tiny in clar belt complaining. I can hear you to us. Couplings collectively thomas began to slow down until he was hardly moving at toll deriving me doing thomas. Now you're going to do. You'll need to speed up if you'll gain to get us anywhere on time but i thought you wanted me to go slowly thomas teased. Oh if you want me to go fast on. Thomas braced away as fast as he could get as much too fast battalion clara. How you. Thomas was just playing tricks thomas not thomas. Meanwhile at the young charlie the purple engine was busy moving cars when caitlin arrived. Keeton was a high-speed passenger express from the mainland. She was an extremely fast engine. Indeed chali was surprised to see her at the yard. Hulo caitlyn water you doing here. I've been going so fast. I've loosen some votes charlie. I need to go to the steam works. And get them tightened. Can i leave my coaches here and come back for them later. Sure incapable so caitlyn. Left their express coaches on the siding on set off for the steve. Wicks then thomas arrived at the yard. Thomas had to collect some calls for his next job on would need to leave tiny and clara belle behind. Sorry eddie unclear about. I'll have to leave you here for a while. I'm late for the quarry. Hadn't been missing around thomas. This wouldn't have happened. Said clara belle and unagreed. Yes to first then too much to show. Thomas left.
Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
"passi" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
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De RetailTrends Podcast
"passi" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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Full Stack Radio
Behind the Scenes of Tailwind CSS 2.0
"What's up with tail you guys I've been crazy busy lately and I guess like we've released the tailwind playground since the last one I think we. Got To see it early which, yeah perked perks of the CO host position. Yeah. So we put that out, that was like our big kind of release for the last kind of cycle of work and dot got a crazy ton of attention which is cool and People are making stuff with it like I'll one on a pull up the old database here and we can see. How many things are in there? There are. Two thousand, nine, hundred, and sixty nine playgrounds, which doesn't sound like a lot but we don't allow duplicates to be stored in the database. So if someone tries to save like something someone else's already made or they try to save the demo, it'll um it'll not store like a new crash. So sure those are all unique which is kind of cool and actually a lot when you think about it Yeah. And people seem to be liking a lot. We haven't done a good job of like linking to from the dockside or anything you. Get on eventually. Yeah. But Yeah. It's pretty sweet it's really slick I. Love. The intelligence integration is huge. I. Think that sets it apart from every other used browser. Yeah the live updating as you like hit up and down through the auto complete you don't even have to like hit enter to see like the change in color or padding whatever lets you just like like designing in the browser with your Arrow keys basically. Yeah. It's Fan. I like the experience you get that crow to the class panel but like best because it's in the right order and And it's only 'til you know. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty good. Pretty good. So Great Job Team Now we this last week we started working on like our next work psycho, which is basically. Released when to that's like the big thing so I haven't working on all things related to that. Of course, I underestimated how work it would be just to like. You know when you're hitting a breaking release, there's so much like My sure. That's every tiny little thing that I want to change because this is like my only chance to make a couple of little change is. What it's like. You're making A, we're not making many changes really No class names are changing at all I. Don't think except for the we changed like call gap to gap acts in roh-gap to gap Y, but we already changed like before two point. Oh. But we just have brushed shipping both versions for awhile but not documenting the old ones so I don't think that's Going to be like a racing change for most people, and it's like super define replace to change that one. We're not changing any other class names So the only other breaking changes are super minor. It's like in your configure file. You know how you could set like a default border color by saying like default and then the color that sort of thing it. Anyplace in the configured where we were using defaults to be like a special word that meant something like it meant like don't add a suffix to the class name. We've replaced that with default in all caps so that it stands out and. Johnston. And we did it because there's some utilities where you actually want use the word default. So like we already have class called cursor default, for example, that sets like the cursor to D- phones, defaults of real value for that. So was kind of weird that default meant different things depending on like the yeah. So this felt like worth it because it's just like a go through and opera case a couple of things and most people probably won't have to do anything because. It's surprisingly. Like it's surprising how few people actually customize like the FIG A lot. You know it's just me. Yeah. Most of the changes just like being changed automatically in the default can fig. So if you haven't over ridden them, you won't even change it anyways Let me see what other stuff we we do in here open the very, very logical breaking change for like two data. Yeah. It just makes it a little bit better. And more predictable. I we dropped I e eleven support. Actually that's like the biggest breaking. Jane? I applaud that yes, it's not even a breaking change in the way that. It's a breaking change, but it's like. Not. Like Oh, now I have to do a bunch of work to upgrade to tell him to buy. No it's like you either can upgrade and it takes no work or you can't upgrade right right or you can pitch in and build the I guess it wouldn't be Apollo but like a preset, right? Yeah. Yeah. So I've toyed with this idea that you can totally like this precepts feature until. When now where you can say like instead of extending the tailwind defaults extend like my own defaults and because of how like plug into the tail and stuff is you can actually take like one of our utilities that doesn't work in I eleven like transform stuff is designed in an eleven incompatible way. You could literally just like disable those Plug Ins as part of your preset and include your own plug ins. Eleven scale I eleven rotate I eleven translate. That are less powerful but actually work in eleven sort of doing nothing, which is what are currently do right. And those could still read from like the same theme keys and stuff you know. So you wouldn't have to you basically just be like ripping out the core plug in swapping in a poly fil instead, and if someone just builds maintains it in, you know it's like transparent to the end user. So Gotcha, we might do that or I might just say someone else do that. If you care because I don't care about my own sites. In smaller too because like we used to ship. For every color utility, we have to convert the colors to RGB as we can have a variable portion for the Passi because we use CSS variables to let you get changed the opacity on color but because that doesn't work nine eleven, we ship the HEX code directly behind him as a fallback and. The colors like the biggest part of the whole build. So all of it, every single color had an extra declaration and even with perch CSS, it would keep it because purchase that's only deletes the whole class. It doesn't like delete parts of the class you know what I mean. Sure. Yeah. So now it'll be even smaller in that regard although it's bigger in other ways because we're adding things to it. I A couple of extra cutler, a couple of a couple of that. We're actually being less colors. So Oh, you've extract you're you're extracting them and making them opt in right So that's what we've done. The new defaults are. Gray. Red Yellow Green Blue Purple and pink,
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Star Wars' Mark Hamill Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
"Go vert tell v r t o e uh again these are all luggage services must him offer insurance of your bags too so uh like anything else just remembered jewelry in cash that you put in your checked luggage on the airline is not insured if it gets stolen the airlines do not have basically in the fine print they will not cover your jury same thing with any of these services you keep jewelry cash and your bag he get stolen they're not a liable so uh niece usm common sense but a good way to stash your bag if you're going to be traveling in you're not going to be close dear combinations rican drop specific at the hotel with the bellman star wars icon mark hamill got his hollywood star so can if you those of you that are star wars fan congratulations to mark hamill and dna is added to the walk of fame and uh so away way way overdue here he in ecorse he was a with george lucas and harrison ford uh so fantastic fantastic for mark hamill and dead that you're hollywood inside a report for this show he the burger flipping robot as as get a fourday break that we had a couple of hard days at work and they're they're given in four days off now the good news is if you're worried about a robot taking java turns out the mechanical labour's need a break uh only singleshift in his poorly kelly burger restaurant passi california this week flippy the robot burger flipper is going on hiatus just for a few days they're going to be taking a back in making some tweaks they learn some things according ports robot did his job well but with.