17 Burst results for "Patrick Cox"

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Formula is powerful. Is that why wouldn't the president or governor declared that we're at war on? Why wouldn't we buy it? Seema Yasmin teaches medicine and journalism a Stanford. I have to say that I Too. Sometimes slip happened fall into that language, but I think it's really important to correct ourselves and think about the impact that can be had when you're using really violent language at a time when people are already anxious and already scared, like how does that really help hers? The trouble is says he has been. This stuff is almost hard wired in us. We deployed war metaphors to describe our attempts to control epidemics since at least the mid 16 hundreds when there was a very famous British doctor called Thomas sitting, um And this might be one of the earliest instances of that kind of violent language in medicine. But, he said, I attack the enemy within a murderous array of disease has to be four against on the battle is not a battle for the slug it on. Then we've skipped to the 19th century. When Louis Pastor, the French biologist who talked about the germ theory of disease, he talked about infectious disease being invading armies. That lay siege to our bodies. So really imperial ist stick language, actually that ties in with what was happening politically, then Talked about disease had to be conquered very much in the same way that continents on dark continent had to had to be conquered to. Yes, men says in the 19 twenties, cancer cells would describe his anarchists or Bolsheviks, the enemies of that era. On in 1971. Richard Nixon took aim with his own war on cancer, so other better ways to talk about our current situation. Lancaster universities, Elena Cimino says Yes, she oversees a crowd source project called the Metaphor Menu. The list the many ways that people with cancer think of their condition weaponizing their struggle works for some patients, she says. But others prefer to think of themselves as being on a journey or in a difficult relationship, or for one person like having a stone in her shoe. As for the coronavirus, Cimino says it might be time to drop all the water if a war is protracted. People could become fed up with they could become fatalistic. They could think that there's no victory in sight. And so the messages could become less effective. Samina has come across several other metaphors that she thinks work well, the most comprehensive one Compares the pandemic to a forest fire. You could say that the problem is like a fire that is raging that are firefighters of fighting it directly, such as doctors, nurses, etcetera, but other people have to be vigilant in order not to get in the way and not to be endanger themselves. You could then extend the metaphor and say when the main fire seems to be under control. We still need to remain to be vigilant. We need to be attentive. We might still have to continue to modify your behavior, and you could also have a situation where the fire has to. All intents and purposes been extinguished. But there could be some bits of the CIS moldering that we're not necessarily immediately aware off, and they may create future fires so that that allows for the possibility that there might be a future crisis. And even further down the line. The method for can be extended to suggest that to avoid future fires, you need to look after the wood and you need to look after the land. In ways that make future fires less likely. If that metaphor proves inaccurate or unwieldy. Cimino's collected others, including comparisons with child development, orchestras and parachutes for the world, I'm Patrick Cox. Patrick Cox is the co host of the podcast about language subtitle. It's just not a holiday. It seems without a ton of time in the kitchen, something we've all had more of this year during the first wave of coronavirus. Last spring, we connected with Italian Michelin starred chef Massimo Bottura. The time he had an online cooking show called Kitchen Quarantine for the last couple days, very important.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your father was Patrick Clark. Right? Was really I'd say a legendary chef here in New York City. Hey, was at the restaurant OD on. He was a tavern on the green. And he passed away while you were still pretty young. I was 16 16 turning 17. It was just before and I remember I was right before I got my driver's license. I was 16, a junior in high school. And did you No by then that you want to be a chef. I did You know, I kind of growing up. I kind of worked in his kitchens growing up, You know, first, you know, I was very young. It was just like making cookies with the pastry chef on then. You know, As I got older, I found myself on the positive station. And actually, you know how to station And then then I was hired. I was on guard. And that's right on time when you start to get sick. But, yeah, I spent pretty much from my young childhood Always always goingto work was going to work. And then once I became a teenager, I started holding down the station. And I mean, obviously, that's In a long time ago. Now I still hold him as a hero of yours. Absolutely. Absolutely. How would you describe his his food or his philosophy of food? So I would say that you know, because he grew up. He was one of the fifties. So in the sixties and the seventies, you know France was very much the dominant cuisine, particularly for people who were looking for high end cuisine. And you know he studied in France. He studied in England. And when he came back to the United States, I think that he was one of the first steps to start using less butter and, you know, having a lighter food, lighter fare, using free juice reductions and vegetable juice reductions. And so the food was a little bit later than you know, the classical French haute cuisine That was very, very Butter heavy and roasts and things like that, right? Give us a rundown. Where did your father cook? For? Those of us who don't know. So he was opening Chef for Keith Technology. Oh, Leon. After the old Leon He opened up a second restaurant with that group. It was called Cafe Luxenberg on DH, So he worked. He was the chef of both of those at the same time. Then he actually opened up his own Russian. He was the owner of a restaurant called Metro. That was right around the time. I think that, you know, I was very young, but I understand there was there was like a financial crash in like, you know, 86 87. Yeah, hate something like that. And so we lived in New Jersey at the time, and we left when he took over as executive chef at a restaurant called Beach. In Beverly Hills, California, So we moved across the country in Los Angeles. After beach. We went to Virginia, he was offered the executive chef at the White House under Bill Clinton declined and took a job across the street and arrest at a restaurant in the Hay Adams Hotel. Pull the Mayflower That's so baller and then on DH, then, after the hay Adams that's when he took over a tavern on the green. All right. Did you have a favorite gig? Do you remember? I would assume that it was probably Tavern on the green because you know, that was one of the biggest. And you know, there was one more challenging restaurants for him for sure that you know in the conversation that him and I had because of this time I was a teenager. I was working on the line there. I was able to, you know, talk a little bit more tomorrow. But, you know, knowledgeably about the industry. And you know what he had done. So I would say Tavern on the green. Yeah, That's a crazy, Jeff because your father was known for his, like really beautiful. You're not like fancy in the sense that it was Hi. Touch food, High touch everything fresh. Everything. You know, infinities after building that I don't know how anybody that you know, I don't have anybody runs a restaurant like that restaurant is huge. And I do you know, 1500 guests like some even more than that. I think I think that was only maybe in one room a TTE. That time you had, like the crystal room. You have the chestnut room. You had a bunch of different rooms. In that restaurant, and it was You know, I run big restaurants. Now It's kind of amazing to think of how you could run a restaurant that big be able to keep the food so fantastic. And I mean he is known today as being You know, one of the, which is one of the proponents of what we now call new American cuisine based on French food, used America ingredients and use more American traditions. Did you see him so Developing that idea, like when you were young. I mean, I don't think I was. I wasn't I wasn't old enough to understand exactly what was going on, You know, because I wasn't some. I wasn't trained in the industry because I was just, you know, in the house growing up as a kid, you know, wrecking stuff. And you know, I'm the oldest of five. So we were very much in the house, you know, driving my mother crazy, And so it's just it's it's it's been, you know, in the past 10 12 years where I've really been ableto You know, understanding. Appreciate exactly. You know what? His vision wasn't what? Exactly what? You know what he was doing with cuisine. And, you know, in his contributions to the industry? Yeah. Why do you say that? What did you start to realize? Well, because I you know, I You know, I have since gone to culinary school. I learned about all of the different chefs going back. You know, Scotty? Aye, Karim. Public use. You know different chefs in the different cuisines that they're doing at the same time and how it related to the industry and how it related to American cuisine. And then I was able to see exactly where he fit in. You know, based off off, you know the places that he worked, and then you know that no. Delia claimed the nuclear notoriety that he received now. It's interesting moment now, too, because I feel like Thankfully, we've seen young African American Jeffs really be celebrated in a way that we haven't seen in quite a while. Right yourself. Atwater. Jordan called me on Watch E Nina Compton Do Lester Miles. All these people have one James Beard awards and there had not been Access winning James Beard Awards for quite a while. Now, father, I think that was the first one that's been maybe against maybe 15 years or something like that, in between, Don't know exactly how long in between it once, but my father was the first there wasn't another for Quite some time. Yeah, And a lot of these chefs today who are leaders today Hold your father up in this steam very much, Which is awesome Fossil but hasn't ever felt to You also a little bit like You're in the kitchen. You're in this industry and has ever been hard to be. Oh, that's Patrick Cox kid, Right? So I knew I knew when I graduated high school going to Culinary Institute of America, I knew that I already had big shoes to fill. But it's never It's never been a hinderance. That makes sense. Since it's never been, it's never been a problem. You know, I mean, of course, there's been There's been some instances off anxiety and you know, there's you know, there's a little bit of a level of well you know, you just got here because you know you're so and SOS song or your servants. Those daughter But it's It's always been very important to me to make sure that I was able to make my own way and make sure I was able to, you know, have the knowledge and have the skills and be able to create food and run a kitchen on in my own way. Not just because because my father was a famous chef there. Other dishes that you make now that were inspired by your father, that you can feel your father's sort of hands guiding you little absolutely absolutely 11 in particular. Is this how a horse radish cross the hell of it? And it's actually in his book. No, he takes it. It's very you know, As far as I'm concerned, it's a little bit older style. It's you know, it's got frizzled weeks and with mashed potatoes, you know we do a version of that dish where it is a horse race crust, but the leaks are melted. The official slow baked on base it and then we kind of crisp up the cross in the salamander..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Appreciate exactly. You know what? His vision wasn't what? Exactly what? You know what he was doing with cuisine. And you know, in his contributions to the industry? Yeah. Why do you say that? What did you start to realize? Well, because I you know, I you know, I have since gone to corner school. I learned about all of the different chefs going back. You know, it's coffee, eh, Karim? Public use, you know the different chefs and the different cuisines that they're doing at the same time and how it related to the industry and how it related to American cuisine. And then I was able to see exactly where he fit in. You know, based off off, you know the places that he worked and then you know, but no. Delia claimed the nuclear notoriety that he received now It is interesting that moment now, too, because I feel like Frankly, we've seen Young African American Jeffs really be celebrated in a way that we haven't seen in quite a while. Right yourself. Atwater, Jordan Chromium Watch E Nina Compton do Lester Miles. All these people have one James Beard awards and there had not been Access winning James Beard Awards for quite a while. Now that your father, I think was the first was the first one that has been the maybe, like guys, maybe 15 years or something like that, in between, Don't know exactly how long in between it once, but my father was the first there wasn't another for Quite some time. Yeah, And a lot of these chefs today who are leaders today Hold your father up in this team very much. Which is awesome, Awesome, but has ever felt to You also a little bit like You're in the kitchen. You're in this industry and has ever been hard to be. Oh, that's Patrick Cox kid, right? So I knew I knew when I graduated high school going to culinary students of color instead of America. I knew that I already had big shoes to fill. But just never. It's never been a hinderance. If that makes any sense is never been. That's never been a problem. No, I mean, of course, there's been There's been some instances off anxiety and you know, there's you know, there's a little bit of a level of Oh, well, you know, you just got here because you know you're so and SOS song that your silence those daughter But it's It's always been very important to me to make sure that I was able to make my own way and make sure I was able to, you know, have the knowledge and have the skills and be able to create food and run a kitchen on in my own way. Not just because you know, because my father was a famous chef. Are their dishes that you make now that were inspired by your father that you can feel your father's sort of hands guiding you a little bit absolutely absolutely. 11 in particular..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"To speak English disturbing. Are we seeing more of these confrontations these days or are there just more people was smartphones to record them and places to post them online? What we do know is that equating English proficiency with patriotism is almost as old as America itself last year the White House got in on the act with a proposal for a new immigration law. Future immigrants will be required to learn English and to pass a civics exam prior to admission. This is something that is not just playing out in the United States Patrick Cox reports from the Netherlands which has become something of a pioneer in Europe for requiring immigrants to learn the national language. Dutch Husna Boras in her forties the youngest of seven siblings in the one thousand nine hundred seventy S. Her father left Morocco to find work in Europe. He ended up in the Netherlands. And then seventy seven. We all joined him. The Buddha family moved to a Dutch village. They were the only emigrants there. Did you learn Dutch by go to school? And I do remember very vividly the moment that I realized that I had learned very quickly. That was playing with children kindergarten. And I all of a sudden realize you know I speak very quickly. This dutch-speaking Moroccan family. They might have been cooled model immigrants. If the Dutch government had any kind of model in mind they were different from the vast majority of immigrants who moved to big cities. Nothing was done to integrate them in the society. This is Ricky van US immigration law specialist at Red Belt University in the Dutch city of nine Megan. The authorities thought to easily of asking someone to come over to work stay for twenty years ago back when the authorities realize that families from Morocco and elsewhere weren't going back they tried to get them to Lund Dodge and when that only partially worked attitudes hardened from around September eleventh two thousand one a series of anti immigrant political parties started winning seats in elections leader. These days is haired. Builders his what he says about. Moroccan emigrants asking.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on Soonish

"Sooner is is produced by me Wade rash with the help of our loyal supporters on Patriot. If you'd like to help support the show with donation of five ten or twenty five dollars or more please go to patriots dot com slash sooners and check out the awesome rewards at each level. We're coming up on Patriots annual thank you Patriots Day on November nineteenth. And so I'd like to send out a huge. Thank you to each. And every one of our current supporters including can't Rasmusen Celia Ramsey Paula limped Tricia rash Jamie Roche Victor and Ruth mcelhinney Lucia Prosperi Andy Hasina elements Graham Ramsay Mark Polansky escape Elizabeth Blanche Chuck and Gail Mandeville. Steve Marines. Joe Tankersley. Joel McKinnon. Tony Morobi Lori Mortimer tomorrow. Avi Shy Greg Wong Jon. benet's Joseph Redman John's rock group. Wendy Periodic Zach Davis John. Barth David Asaf Deborah Som Daniel in recent Tanaka Julianne Zimmerman Tracy Steadier David Steinman. Vj Venkatraman Scott Rankin tyrel mcallister Kieran Wiggle Linden. Rosenthal Neal's wrote unders Klingberg. Evan Blanche it'd be computer and Ms Star. If you enjoyed my conversation with William Cunningham and you wanna go even deeper there's a bonus segment on our website. sooners podcast dot work in the bonus tape billion I geek out a bit about podcast production and I asked her about the new show from Apple. TV plus this fall called for all mankind and how close the Soviets really got beating the US to the moon soon which is a proud founding member of hub-and-spoke a collective of compelling sound rich narrative podcast and this week. I want to tell you about the newest member of the collective. It's called subtitle and it's all about language and what unites US and divides us. The show is produced by Coca Cola and Patrick Cox. In their very first episode is about how forensic ENCYC- linguistic software is making it harder and harder for writers who want to be anonymous to stay anonymous. That's going to continue to be a Lodestar as our Lodestar. You're really was to Lodestar vice president. Mike Pence really like saying that Lodestar is an unusual word. And if you're like me you may not remember what means out of context. It's a person or thing that serves as an inspiration or guide and pence's used it enough over the years for it to become part of his linguistic DNA others in the administration have come under suspicion. All of them including pence have denied writing the bed at least for now. Anonymous remains anonymous but on November nineteenth two hundred. Seventy two pages of their handiwork will be available to the world. You can bet that the linguistics sherlock's will be analyzing housing every word every phrase even every comma to try and solve America's biggest linguistic whodunnit checkout subtitle title at Subtitle pod Dot Com and subscribe today in your favorite podcast APP and check out all of the hub-and-spoke shows at hub spoke audio dot org. It's our opening theme was written by Graham Gordon Ramsay and all the other music you heard today was created by title Card Music and sound in Boston special. Thanks this week to Lillian Cunningham and everyone at the Washington Post and thank you for listening. I'll be back with a new episode soon ash..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And then when a Hungarian website called index basically asked him, what were you thinking? He submitted twenty two questions of his own. Among them is Barack Obama black enough to perform in Porgy and Bess and what shade of black. Do you have to be on the Panton color scale to perform in Porgy invests to which I say what shade of jerk. Do you have to be to be the director of the Hungarian State Opera for the world? I'm Sarah, burn. Ohio just adopted one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country at bands abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected. That's typically before many women even realize they're pregnant it's part of a trend here in some states to make it harder for women to get an abortion. But in some other parts of the world the trend is heading in the other direction yesterday. We mentioned that a South Korean court just lifted the ban on abortion there, and in Rwanda where abortion is mostly illegal. The president Jesse should apart into hundreds of women in jail for abortion, the world's Alison Atta has the story when Rwandan President Paul Kagami pardoned three hundred sixty seven women last week who were imprisoned for abortion, many women's advocates were surprised because it was the second time. He did it Chantal Muhoza is with the rights group spectra. It's not very often that people for different cramped support. This happened twice. It really showed us as. Activists that there was something that was to come into something positive coming. She says Muhoza met with some of the jail women after their release, and she says several of them told her they were arrested after they sought medical help for a miscarriage. They had leading then. Permitted care. Someone reported them had had an abortion undertaken prison. So it was up to them to prove that they didn't actually have induced abortion. And if you can feel that in some of these women would end up to present Rwanda used to have one of the most restrictive abortion laws in Africa. But in two thousand twelve the government revised the law to allow abortion in cases of rape, incest and danger to a woman's life. But even then a woman seeking an abortion had to get a court approval that changed last year says Asia Russell with the group health global access project, and that's important because as you can imagine women were experiencing life threatening consequences as a result of a pregnancy and having to wait for a Judah -cation to agree with what she already knew. And in some cases, there were devastating health consequences result advocates say they. They hope could pardons signal that the government may be moving towards making safe abortions more accessible to more women. No human should ever be criminalised for the health services that they require and abortion is ultimately healthcare. But Rwanda is still a conservative country says Chantal Muhoza she points out that even though more than fifty percent of the lawmakers are women. It doesn't mean that they support abortion rights for the world. I'm Alison had at a. Earlier this week. We told you about Haitian immigrants living in the US under temporary protected status. A quick update on that. Now. A judge New York has said no to the Trump administration's plan to cancel TPS for Haitians that could impact about fifty thousand undocumented Haitians who currently live and work legally in the US many of them receive TPS after the two thousand ten earthquake in Haiti which killed hundreds of thousands and created severe hardship for many people there. The Trump administration argues that conditions have improved enough to cancel TPS lawyers. Who sued the administration argued that the severe hardship continues in Haiti? They also cited derogatory comments President Trump has made about Haitians in yesterday's ruling judge William Kuhn suggested that the White House policy was racially based and he wrote a TPS termination should not be a political decision. Made to carry out political motivations the near case is one of six lawsuits challenging the administration's termination. TPS programs for people from multiple countries. All big news stories have their own lexicon. The Trump presidency has maga- fake news cuff FA Bill Clinton did a deep dive. And what the meaning of the word is is next Watergate produce, expletive deleted. And of course, scandals after that became this gay that gate another big story with a rich lexicon. Is Brexit the world's Patrick Cox is here. Hey, patrick..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The time. It's national toll. And no one wants to be making decisions on the pressure feeling will I'm worried for my life more if my family's life more for my for my health, my well, being my teachers to go down the shops and not feel under threat when I'm in that Cup of times myself, I've never had any a piece in the streets. But you do just walk in from a Compaq. He find yourself looking around making sure you with people because because you've got the mess because you've had the social media abuse because you know, you we've had similar come into the office shout, my stuff, and you start to those things dominate the get in your head totally says, and they refuse to leave except when she walks into one particular room in the parliament complex, arresting place through three of these rooms, in fact. Lady members rooms Nive always allowed. They're always few degrees woman and the rest of parliament as you can on in boat. The autumn pay has been nine to lay on the bed and have a snooze. You never know who's going to be in that maybe women from other political parties with other political beliefs, but all of them at that wit's end of Brexit an eager to talk about it just about politics should be about having a chat. Human-to-human isn't it awful and not she's really nice little sanctuary to go away. And hide from all the troll. Conservative. Andrew Percy has his own hideaway. There's some cubicles and their innovate where you can switch the lights off. It's just for rest of even little chairman people stop outside and have conversations I feel like I'm in so of east Berlin in one thousand nine hundred ninety three so it's great. It's a really good hidings book a good hiding spot. That's what it's come to members of the British parliament, the people who elected to lead. That's what they're looking for right now per everyone's sake. Let's hope this a happy life after Brexit. For the world. I'm Patrick Cox. I'm Marco werman, big celebrations in Sudan is country's longtime ruler is forced to step down shop triumph. Enjoy like all at once this something that like I personally have never thought was going to happen. But also concerned about Sudan's military now filling the void that story. Still ahead here on the world. I'm Marco werman. This is the world. We're co production of the BBC World Service PRI W H here in Boston Sudan's President Omar al-bashir was ousted and arrested today by the Sudanese military, a military that up until now had backed him ever since he sees power some thirty years ago. The defense minister says that Bashir's arrest comes with charges of corruption and poor management. The international criminal court also has a warrant out for his arrest accusing share of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Sudan's Darfur region. But here's removal follows months of deadly protests and a sit in at the military headquarters today when news of Bashir's arrest, spread celebrations roared across the capital cartoon. But those celebrations came to a halt quickly because Sudanese military also announced that it would be in charge for up to two years that is not with the protesters were looking for when they fought for regime change Taghreed Abdeen is one of those activists she's been protesting since December and explains how today really went days have been pretty hectic work has come to a complete standstill basic things like groceries and bang transactions. Everything has stopped because everybody is at the sit in, but since less, the Semper we've been protesting people have been on the streets demonstrating against the regime until what was the plan and game, the military headquarters sit in there was a very distinct energy to the protests, and there was hope so much hope, but everything took a very strange turn today. After a statement that w-. Was issued by the military. So no, it is not perceived as a good thing replacing one strongman with another people are extremely frustrated and outraged at what is perceived as a hijacking of revolution. Protests will continue the people have said very clearly that they would not accept this the thority and a lot of people are just brushing themselves off and continuing in defiance until the second attempts at reiki is removed. Also, I hope that we are successful as demonstrations continue and the military acknowledges that the people are not interested in cosmetic cage, we want real change towards a democratic system. We didn't work this hard for the military gifts to come and occupy us for another two years. Ogden an architect and activist in Khartoum the Sudanese capital..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Than stick around for the social upheaval friendships ended. Harsh language exchanged even stories of some marriage is on the rocks. The country's political parties have also split up over Brexit. So in this feverish atmosphere. What do you think it's like to be a member of parliament? Here's the world's Patrick Cox. We may think we know about British politicians tried to come down and behave like an adult and eight few combs if he's beyond do leave the chamber gets out. Okay. The house of Commons can sound like a kindergarten. But most of us also think of it as a venerable institution a flagship for democracy run by responsible people producing laws for the common. Good. Well, we thought that until Brexit. Shouted but more colleagues and said things to them in use fruity language than I normally use this is conservative pro Brexit member of parliament, Andrew posse because I'm so frustrated by this whole thing. But I think he's having a mental health impact on so many colleagues. I mean, I think we've probably all was drinking more than we should probably just think logically the glass of wine over beer and eighteen a bit more. I'm not sleeping as well. Percy has fallen out with many in his own party people. He thought of his friends he says, he doesn't know if they'll ever patch things up and things hardly better across the political aisle. The main opposition party labour also has its internal divisions which may only deepen his and he breaks at labor MP Anatoly. This is going to go on and on. We're not going to be done with Brexit for very very long time. The negotiating is just going to be beginning the wrangling over the Monday. And that's well, that's what fills me with to someone who, you know, came into different things like.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wit's end of Brexit eager to talk about it just about politics should be about having a chat. Human-to-human, isn't it awful? And she's really nice little sanctuary to go away and hide from all the trauma. Conservative. Andrew Percy has his own hideaway. There's some cubicles and of it where you can switch the lights off. It's just for rest of even a little chairman people stop outside and have conversations I feel like I'm in so of east Berlin in nineteen eighty three. So it's great. It's really good hidings a good hiding spot. That's what it's come to members of the British parliament, the people who elected to lead. That's what they're looking for right now for everyone's sake. Let's hope this a happy life off the Brexit for the world. I'm Patrick Cox. News headlines are minute away your with the world. And then an update on the departure of Dan's longtime. President is coming up after news headlines in the next segment. Support for kqed comes from peninsula. Del Rey, a retirement community in the bay area. Offering residents of Blenda wellness recreational and social opportunities to help embrace.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Don't you like how he threw a bus that in at the end like you says enough in two languages, of course, it didn't matter. How many times he said enough Brexit is still hopelessly unresolved? That's it hopeless hopeless pundit pug, a Tory. That's what Brexit fills like which reminded me of something else that conveys the feeling of this messy on again off again, geopolitical divorce. Let's go we can't why not waiting for Godot waiting for Godo Samuel Beckett. Wrote this play in French and translated it into English more than a half century before anyone after the would Brexit. It's two characters unable to make any decision whatsoever. Because they feel the need to wait for the arrival of someone else a savior Cole. Good. Oh who spoiler alert never arrives hopeless PUM pug, a Tory. We do what we do. There's nothing we can do. But I can't go on like this. Would you like radish is that all there is there are radishes and turnips? Okay. It's bleak are there. No carrots, but its aunt. No. Anyway, you overdo it with your carries, which for me makes it less Blake and give me a radish. Plus it was written by an Irishman in French. It's black. Maybe it is about Brexit. It's a radical only like the pink ones, you know, that then you don't want it only like the pink one. Then give it back to me. I'll go and get a carrot for the world. I'm Patrick Cox. This is becoming really insignificant not enough. Samuel beckett. A playwright way ahead of his time. That is our show for today. The world's theme music was composed by Eric Goldberg from an and Bill Harris studios at W H here in Boston. I'm Marco werman, take a deep breath and enjoy your weekend. Our public radio international..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don't you like how he threw a boss in at the end. Like, he says enough in two languages, of course, it didn't matter. How many times he said enough Brexit is still hopelessly unresolved? That's it hopeless hopeless punishment purgatory. That's what breaks it feels like which reminded me of something else that conveys the feeling of this messy on again off again, geopolitical divorce. Let's go we can't why not waiting for. Waiting for Godo Samuel Beckett wrote this play in French and translated into English more than a half century before anyone after the word Brexit. It's two characters are unable to make any decision whatsoever. Because they feel the need to wait for the arrival of someone else a savior, call Godot who spoiler alert never arrives hopeless, permanent purgatory. What do we do? What will we do? There's nothing we can do. But I can't go on like this. Would you like radish is that all there is there radishes and turnips? Okay. It's bleak are there. No carrots. It's art. No. Anyway, you overdo it with your carries, which for me makes it less bleak thinking me a radish. Plus it was written by an Irishman in French black. Maybe it is about Brexit. It's a radical only like the pink ones, you know, that then you don't want it only like the pink one then give it back to me. I'll go and get a carrot for the world. I'm Patrick Cox. This is becoming really insignificant not enough Samuel Beckett. A playwright way ahead of his time..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

"Carcinogenesis. Aright listeners. So that's about it for this episode. I hope you've enjoyed listening to our two bosses struggle with cases, certainly as much as Cindy did. I hope you'll join us next time as we continue experimenting what different case formats, next episodes twist, one discussing the multiple cases. And again, a shoutout to human DX for hosting an interactive version of this case, which we hope some of you solve check out next week's global morning report on their apper website for other great chest pain cases, symptom base learning. Just like Dr stern said oh, speaking of which core. I am finally has a website it's own. Yes. That's right. Come visit us on core. I am podcast dot com and subscribe for the latest updates and remember if you have a case you'd like to submit for discussion, or you know, someone you'd like to come on here's discussing or if you're interested in developing and hosting episode, please please get in touch with us. Send us an Email at podcast at gmaiLcom. We're also on Facebook and Twitter at at core AM podcast. Thank you again to Dr Patrick Cox. Dr David stern for we in this episode along with our core. I am calling stretch of Eddie Marty freed a meal in of course, in honorable mention always to Dr Steven new case needs to be said opinions expressed in this podcast, our own and do not represent the opinions of NYU or other affiliated institutions or nor should they be construed as medical advice. Please reason forward responsibly. Thank you for joining us with. I am define. And I'm John Hong. So you're next time.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Marco werman. This is the world the standoff over President Trump's demand for a wall along the US Mexico border has become the immigration issue of late so much. So that you may have forgotten at the debate continues to play out on a lot of other fronts all across the country among them education, my colleague, Marquette fidora's covers immigration and education for so Marquette. It's January third cast your eyes out for us over the next twelve months. What are the flash points? We're going to be saying in twenty nineteen. Sure. So there are many issues with an immigration that is going to cross over to higher Ed, and I've been talking to a lot of higher education officials and leaders, and what they see is that there have been changes in two thousand eighteen that goes into student visas, and sort of work authorization programs that could really impact immigrant students at US universities. But I think the most pressing issue that a lot of them see is the issue around. Deferred action for childhood arrivals the program that the Trump administration wants to end and exactly and about forty percent of Dhaka recipients are students and a lot of advocates are concerned that if the program ends, you know, that will really lock out a lot of students from higher education because that could affect their in state tuition if they're able to work after they complete their studies. So it's a really concerning issue for a lot of people. What are some of the other issues that you're looking at in education at immigration? So some of the issues that are kind of not as much in the forefront for some people are the issues around international students in their visas last year, the Trump administration made some changes in sort of how they count when you fall out of status with your student visa, and what does it mean exactly to fall out of status? There are certain rules that you have to sort of abide by one you're under student visas. So you have to have certain units, and sometimes you might find your. Maybe falling below the units that you need, and you can always in class credits that kind of thing exactly class credits class units and in the past you can try and fix that. But the new rules for student visas makes it harder to fix some of those issues to the degree that foreign born higher. Ed students might be under attack right now. You see them or any of the people around them fighting back. Yeah. And I mean, this is exactly what's been happening. There is a group of university presidents and chancellors who have come together to publicly oppose some of the Trump administration's immigration policy stances and also a network of community colleges who are really trying to promote educational opportunities both for immigrants and refugees as well. That's the world's Barnett fidora's checkout, her rundown of immigration and education stories to look out for in two thousand nineteen at the world dot ORG, Marquette good to have you on. Thank you. Thank you. Before the year two thousand eighteen slips out of the rear view. Let me ask you this. Was there a word or a phrase that summed up two thousand eighteen for you was it toxic or Justice or misinformation? Those were all words of the year chosen by various dictionaries, but one of the most eagerly awaited word of the year announcements comes tomorrow in New York City in the world's Patrick Cox will be there. What is this Patrick? Yeah. It's the meeting of the American dialect society, which is chock full of sex ACOG refers and other words sounds like a great gathering. I'm wondering if my word of the year will be on their shortlist that would be bone saw. Oh, yeah. Bone. So it's not. But remind us. Yeah. Well, when it comes to the apathy of some governments of the dangerous face by journalists around the globe. Sorry, hit to get serious on you. But the way bone saw got flung around as a device used in the killing of Jamal kashogi in assembled feels like we crossed a certain Rubicon this year. So as for the American dialect society, what's on there shortly. List? Well, it's kind of a floating shortlists people are adding and subtracting from it between now and when the formal shortlists has decided, but here's a coupled ripped from the headlines caravan, which historically referred to you know, traders or pilgrims crossing desert, usually means something very different this year with a column migrants from Central America watching that mess that's going on right now..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hearing actor and comedian Jordan peels voice imitating Obama lip sync to an existing video. It's a so called deep fake highly skilled fake video where you can put words into somebody's mouth. You can make them. Look like that saying things that they never sat. Right. This is a technology. We're living with so what is it Patrick about the American dialect society that makes their word choices special? I think is a mixture of really really smart thinking and a lot of humor as well. And some subcategories that they have let me just give you a couple of these. So they don't just have a word of the year. They have a digital word of the year. A slang word of the year. Most likely to succeed most creative lustiest most creative was bro. Flake? Hashtag of the year emoji of the year and euphemism of the well, it is a little curious at the American dialect society has an emoji of the year. What about you Patrick? Do. You have a favorite word or phrase, leave emojis out of this. Okay. I have kind of tie, and they're both color expression. So the first one is yellow vests. Oh, right in France. The protests of people all over the country wearing the yellow vests required in their cars. The remark, how'd you saying French Jonah nice? The other one the other one is Black Panther with the superhero movie that came out in two thousand eighteen which plays on the former association of that expression. You know, the Black Panther movement of the nineteen sixties and seventies. But it tweaks our understanding of that term. Yeah. And it was a pretty good movie too. All right of the world's Patrick Cox..

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"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"N O M dot com. A list of the immigration and higher education stories to look out for this year is next in the final segment of the world. Stay tuned. Support for kqed comes from the SF symphony for forming the music of Mary Poppins, including magical, Disney favorites, like a spoonful of sugar live to the film on January fifth and sixth tickets and info at SF symphony dot org in from San Mateo credit union and not for profit banking option for those who cares much about where they save their money is where they spend it serving San Mateo county for over sixty five years SM, see, you dot org, the shutdown is still happening. But here's the deal with that and pretty much every other political headline you're reading this week. Those stories have real economic consequences for people we'll tell you more next time on marketplace. Marketplace comes on this afternoon at four o'clock here on. Eighty eight point five San Francisco and cake eighty nine point three north Highland Sacramento. It's two fifty. I'm Marco werman. This is the world the standoff over President Trump's demand for a wall along the us. Mexico border has become the immigration issue of late so much. So that you may have forgotten at the debate continues to play out on a lot of other fronts all across the country among them education, my colleague, Marquette Videira covers immigration and education for us. So Marquette, it's January the third cast your eyes out for us over the next twelve months. What are the flash points? We're going to be saying in two thousand nineteen sure. So there are many issues with an immigration that is going to cross over to higher Ed, and I've been talking to a lot of higher education officials and leaders, and what they see is that there have been changes in two thousand eighteen that goes into student visas, and sort of work authorization programs that could really impact immigrant students at US universities. But I think the most pressing issue that a lot of them see is the issue around deferred action for childhood arrivals. The program that the Trump administration wants to end and exactly and about forty percent of Dhaka recipients are students and a lot of advocates are concerned that if the program ends, you know, that will really lock out a lot of students from higher education because that could affect their in state tuition if they're able to work after they complete their studies. So it's a really concerning issue for a lot of people. What are some of the other issues that you're looking at in education at immigration? So some of the issues that are kind of not as much in the forefront for some people are the issues around international students in their visas last year, the Trump administration meet some changes in sort of how they count when you fallen out of status with your student visa, and what does it mean exactly to fall out of status? There are certain rules that you have to sort of abide by one you're under student visas. So you have to have certain units. And sometimes you might find yourself maybe falling below the unit. That you need, and you can always credits that kind of thing exactly class credits class units and in the past you can try and fix that. But the new rules for student visas makes it harder to fix some of those issues to the degree that foreign born higher. Ed students might be under attack right now. Do you see them or any of the people around them fighting back? Yeah. And I mean, this is exactly what's been happening. There is a group of university presidents and chancellors who have come together to publicly oppose some of the Trump administration's immigration policy stances and also a network of community colleges who are really trying to promote educational opportunities both for immigrants and refugees as well. That's the world's Barnett fidora's checkout, her rundown of immigration and education stories to look out for in two thousand nineteen at the world dot ORG, Marquette good to have you on. Thank you. Thank you. Before the year two thousand eighteen slips out of the rear view. Let me ask you this. Was there a word or a phrase that summed up twenty eighteen for you was it talks ick? Or Justice or misinformation those were all words of the year chosen by various dictionaries, but one of the most eagerly awaited word of the year announcements comes tomorrow in New York City in the world's Patrick Cox will be there. What is this Patrick? Yeah. It's the meeting of the American dialect society, which is chock full of sex ACOG refers and other words sounds like a great gathering. I'm wondering if my word of the year will be on their shortlist that would be bone saw. Oh, yeah. Bones. So it's not but remind us. Yeah. Well, when it comes to the apathy of some governments of the dangerous face by journalists around the globe. Sorry, hit to get all serious on you. But the way bone saw got flung around as a device used in the killing of Jamal kashogi in sample. Feels like we crossed a certain Rubicon this year. So as for the American dialect society what's on their shortlist. Well, it's kind of a floating shortlists people are adding and subtracting from it between now when the formal shortlists decided, but here's a couple ripped. From the headlines caravan which historically referred to you know, traders or pilgrims crossing desert, usually means something very different this year with a column of migrants from Central America, you watching that mess that's.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"What is this Patrick? Yeah. It's the meeting of the American dialect society, which is chock full of Texaco, gophers and other would nuts. Sounds like a great gathering. I'm wondering if my word of the year will be on their shortlist that would be bone saw. Oh, yeah. Bone. So it's not. But remind us. Yeah. Well, when it comes to the apathy of some governments of the dangerous face by journalists around the globe. Sorry, hit to get all serious on you. But the way bone saw got flung around as a device. Used in the killing of Jamal kashogi in a sample. Feels like we crossed a certain Rubicon this year. So as for the American dialect society what's on their shortlist. Well, it's kind of a floating shortlists people are adding and subtracting from it between now and when the formal shortlist is decided, but here's a couple ripped from the headlines caravan, which historically referred to traders or pilgrims crossing desert's, usually and means something very different this year with a column migrants from Central America. That mesh that's going on right now. With the caravan coming up. And another related term tend to age shelter member that the are being held in so-called tender age shelters. The department of homeland security defines tender age as twelve and under the AP over couple of Trump related ones individual warm at the direction of Donald Trump who's identified only as individual one. It was using the court filing the plea agreement for his personal lawyer Michael Cohen, also lodestar remind me it's been such a crazy twelve months. It was used in an op-ed in the New York Times written by an anonymous member of the White House stuff that was highly critical got it right from now this excerpt from the New York Times editorial is the reason why so many people think that in fact, the vice president wrote it so there is a reference there to Senator McCain, and the example that he said, and there you see highlighted in red the word lodestar now some suspicion was that maybe it was because he uses the word load store. That's it. My personal favorite on the list is deep fake, you're hearing actor and comedian Jordan peels voice imitating Obama lip sync to to an existing video. It's a so called deep fake highly skilled fake video with you can put words into somebody's mouth. You can make them. Look like that saying things that they never sat. Right. This is a technology. We're living with. So what is it Patrick about the American dialect society that makes their word choice a special? I think is a mixture of really really smart thinking and a lot of humor as well. And some subcategories that they have let me just give you a couple of these. So they don't just have a word of the year. They have a digital word of the year. A slang word of the year. Most likely to succeed most creative Laucius most created was bro flake. I'm not sure hashtag of the year emoji of the year and euphemistic of the year. Well, it is a little curious at the American dialects. Has an emoji of the year. What about you Patrick? Do. You have a favorite word or phrase, leave emojis out of this. Okay. I have kind of tie and that both color expression. So the first one is yellow vests a right in France. The protests of people all over the country wearing the yellow vests required in their cars. Go mark. How do you say infringe Sheila Joan nice, the other one the other one is Black Panther with the superhero movie that came out in two thousand eighteen which plays on the former association of that expression. You know, the Black Panther movement of the nineteen sixties and seventies. But it tweaks our understanding of that term. Yeah. And it was a pretty good movie too. All right of the world. Patrick Cox are going to leave it there. Thank you very much and have fun tomorrow night at the American dialect society now in New York. Thanks a lot. Mark. And that'll do it for us today from the NAN and Bill Harris studios at W H year in Boston. I'm Marco werman. We'll see you tomorrow. Our public radio international.

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"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"patrick cox" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I am hoping that Tim painful on the government take serious action on put these guys in J. So the women of the country believe in the system, the families believed that that is a system that they think of protection of the players because women already faced off facing a lot of challenges not only on his son around the world when they come to the pitch. The pitch should be a place that provide them safety and a safe environment that they can play the beautiful game. Well, holly. Thank you very much for speaking. With us Harley Papa the former captain of Afghanistan's national women's soccer team. She's been speaking with us about charges of sexual and physical harassment alleged by several women's soccer players in Afghanistan. Holly, Paul, really. Appreciate your time. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. We reached out to the Afghan football federation for a response to Paul's claims we have not yet heard back from them. I'm Marco werman. This is the world the standoff over President Trump's demand for a wall along the us. Mexico border has become the immigration issue of late so much. So that you may have forgotten that the debate continues to play out on a lot of other fronts all across the country among them education. My colleague Marna Deras covers immigration and education for us. So Monette it's January the third cast your eyes out for us over the next twelve months. What are the flash points? We're going to be saying in two thousand nineteen sure. So there are many issues with an immigration that is going to cross over to higher Ed, and I've been talking to a lot of higher education officials in leaders, and what they see is that there have been changes in twenty eighteen that goes into student visas, and sort of work authorization programs that could really impact Immigra. Students at US universities. But I think the most pressing issue that a lot of them. See is the issue around deferred action for childhood arrivals the program that the Trump administration wants to end and exactly and about forty percent of Dhaka recipients are students and a lot of advocates are concerned that if the program ends, you know, that will really lock out a lot of students from higher education because that could affect their in state tuition if they're able to work after they complete their studies. So it's a really concerning issue for a lot of people would have some of the other issues that you're looking at in education at immigration. So some of the issues that are kind of not as much in the forefront for some people are the issues around international students in their visas last year, the Trump administration made some changes in sort of how they count when you fall out of status with your student visa, and what does it mean? Exactly to fall out of status. There are certain rules that you have to sort of. Abide by one you're under student visas. So you have to have certain units. And sometimes you might find yourself may be falling below the units that you need, and you can always finish up close exactly class credits class units and in the past you can try and fix that. But the new rules for student visas makes it harder to fix some of those issues to the degree that foreign born higher. Ed students might be under attack right now. Do you see them or any of the people around them fighting back? Yeah. And I mean, this is exactly what's been happening. There is a group of university presidents in chancellors who have come together to publicly oppose some of the Trump administration's immigration policy stances and also a network of community colleges who are really trying to promote educational opportunities both for immigrants and refugees as well. But the world's more net fidora's. A checkout her rundown of immigration and education stories to look out for in two thousand nineteen at the world dot ORG, Marquette good to have you on. Thank you. Thank you before the year twenty eighteen slips out of the rear view. Let me ask you this. Was there a word or a phrase that summed up twenty eighteen for you was it toxic or Justice or misinformation those were all words of the year chosen by various dictionaries, but one of the most eagerly awaited word of the year announcements comes tomorrow in New York City in the world. Patrick Cox will be there..

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