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'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

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03:46 min | 6 months ago

'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

"Graphic violence. Kaba Delgado's were the poorest regions in Mozambique and was largely ignored by the central government. Into large reserves of oil and gas were discovered offshore. His international oil companies have moved into the area. Fighters have stepped up their attacks. Terrorizing Villagers, burning homes, destroying farms. And publicly beheading. Women and Children. But the government of Mozambique and trying to put down the movement is also implicated in the violence. Aid groups estimate that half a million people have fled their homes and are in urgent need of aid. Journalists are not usually granted access to the area. But nay Hewat occur accompanied it. Aid group to cover Delgado last November. And was able to speak to survivors joins us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. What did they tell you? I mean, the stories are heartbreaking. We spoke with a 10 year old girl named Maria and she remembers the day that the Attackers came into her village. They started burning houses down, they started looting. Maria was separated from her family during the violence, and she told me that the Attackers forced her and the other Villagers to sit and watch as they beheaded. People that they had grown up with people that they knew. After she fled. She fled into the forest and her foot got caught in an animal trapped like a hunting snare. Eventually she was rescued and she was carried to Pemba, which is a southern city in the Kaaba Delgado province. And Maria recovered from her wounds, and she also had malaria in the local hospital. And that was when she discovered that both her mother and her father had been beheaded in that attack. You know, That's just one of the many, many stories that I heard while I was there, all of them with the same level of brutal and senseless violence. Who are the Attackers, or is there one answer to that? There are many answers to that. But I will try to give Ah general overview of how this developed from what we know, Um, outsiders. The countries that have been named have in Kenya, Tanzania. On brothers so outside influences came into the country and started preaching against the version of Islam that was practiced in cover Delgado at the time. And they began preaching radicalizing in the mosques up there. And I spoke with some civil society leaders who told me that you know there were folks in these mosques who told the government something is going on here. Something is going wrong and that Thies concerns were just not addressed urgently. By the government. And so what ended up happening is that you have a local population, primarily young men, primarily unemployed who hear this radical version of Islam, and that's how people say that this started And then if, of course, if you fast track it a few years in 2019 Isis, the Islamic state claimed credit for its first attack, and that really changed the dynamics. This went from being a kind of local issue of violence by you know citizens who were unhappy or felt left out or left behind. Becoming really an international geopolitical problem. And you know that brings us up to where we are today. Just just this week, the United States government Has classified the Islamic state Isis

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"pemba" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"pemba" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"So here's the thing. Osborn actually was pretty surprised because there was attack at University College Dr who tried the same thing and he saw all these results in advance we have been doing experiments self and so he tried to. You know explain them and logic them out and came up with a couple of different theoretical. Oh explanations and then actually published the material in different journals right yeah The professor didn't believe the technician either but he said okay. Let's team up. Let's let's experiment with this. So here's what they did. They did. Just what we described at the top of the show. They took one glass of water at ninety five degrees Fahrenheit and and they took another glass of boiling water and they put them both in a freezer. And then they said well By golly by Gosh by gum that hotter wanted turn to ice At a faster rate so in nineteen sixty nine they publish a paper on this experiment in physics education and the name of the paper is A. This'll be great for everyone who has to reload scientific journals. The title of this paper is simply cool with a question mark. It's cool to be kind perico. Yeah and then. It's like a lesson on how to believe students to So this result has been replicated numerous numerous times plot according to a great article wired. What's up with that? MMA Pemba effect. The thing is the Pemba effect doesn't always appear to work and it depends on the relative temperatures of the two liquids so Kudos the Osborne for saying this amazing quote. He says surprising questions are fun. They're not to be despised. One piece that's to my credit is that I did not despise I went off and researched. Hi Five man. I feel like I'm like watching the end of Mr Holland's open or What's a what's a standing deliver? Jaws Jaaz Police Academy before the hits about reaching hearts and minds exactly So where where did the part the real part at the end of of Mr Holland's opus or this Mr Mr Hall. Gop Size version of the story when Pemba gets his do by having the effect in question named after him. Yeah Yeah it's when He. He published that paper in sixty nine with Dr Osborne he was at this time. Pemba was studying at the College of African wildlife have management but he never gave up his fascination with Pemba effect. And how cool is it to have an effect named after you especially because he has so many close calls it could have been the bacon effected acted right the Kerr effect the aristotle effect. I mean let's be honest. He did the least amount of work. The pen bone up Hembo. Yeah he I mean he's rewarded for his tenacity and standing up and asking the question but then you know there was a lot of parallel thinking that went into this but I do think it's Kinda cute that he got his name attached to it and it's great great. He got a lot of you know he dealt with a lot of a lot of bullying and a lot of mean treatment from these crappy kids and he got to have his. I told you so moment but he also seemed like a good kid and I doubt if he He exercised said moment. You know what I mean. Yeah I have a quick question for the audience to Casey. Don't get mad at me for asking this. If there was a peg room affect what with a peg rem effect be Sir. I think you get first response. To this. The peg rem effect it would be to pop up for a few seconds at a time. I'm in a podcast in in receive an out size portion of attention for said brief interjections. Well Honestly Casey who is in fact the case that sort of how you do at parties you know from affect you sort of pop in make a big impression. And then your ghost out like Kaiser Suze. Hey that's that's yeah that's the George Costanza way you'll even one more yellow. Even more on their job is baby. Hope is okay so now we get to call this the science hack part of the PODCAST. Yeah can we get a sound Q.. KC something that makes us sound scientifically minded and like we are wearing white lab comes perhaps perhaps some chamber music or whatever. Yeah I like I like whatever this is because it's great and curated by hand by Subaru Casey Pecker. which is this one of my favorite trust falls in cast because Casey always kills it So yeah it turns out that we still don't know we just know what everybody is agreed. Recall this thing and like you said earlier. KNOLL scientists have come up with a bunch of different explanations but none of them are one hundred percents solving having the case the Moose straightforward explanation is this and it's the idea that hot water evaporates more than cold water so when boiling water cools down. It's losing a little bit of its mass because it's turning to steam right if floats away and then if that that is the case then hot water freezes faster than cold water just because there's less of it the same way that like a couple of water would freeze faster than say a swimming pool so that sounds like a works right that that sounds like it's a an elegant answer to the question or is it because there's a problem with this his theory remember not all of them are one hundred percent. What what's the problem with this one? Yeah I mean you know there are There is a math that Shows that this evaporation principle is in fact a thing. But that only accounts for part of this supposed- Pemba Affect And there have to be other things at play right. I mean the Pemba He well let's give them a little credit here he did. You know I I sort of gave him a hard time In in the fashion of some of these Tanzanian Indian schoolboys. And boy boy feel like he'll shamed it myself now but he did do some testing himself right and he measured the mass Lost to evaporation operation in that experiment. he found that it wasn't quite enough to explain the observable effects right that the the The hot water froze quicker than the cold water. So there's a lot of other ideas and play or at least a few that are super important. One is the dissolved gases actually changed water's freezing. Point two or the the surrounding environment of the water could actually have an effect on the outcome. Right yeah those both makes sense and in some cases there one hundred percent the explanation. The problem is that most those explanations only apply in in a limited set of cases and one other plots was here and now that we've now that we built up the Pemba fact in the story Rasima estimate Pemba We should go ahead and in throw in a turn you see. Some scientists aren't even convinced them Pemba effect Israel and knowing right. Yeah th- really throws a wrench into our whole thesis here. Yeah we were pretty deep into the episode now to drop that one. Yes yes. It's true so the thing about the paper cool. That payment Osborne published is that it has these very extreme differences in freezing using time between hot water and cold water and literally. No one has been able to recreate those specific differences. Sense as a really great line to to that Eh. For me sums up you know science and it just says Science is always complicated. I would tend to agree with that a- and then the thing is there are so many different factors that contribute to different results in the sixties experiments And this this effect that it's almost impossible to measure them all. Oh I guess. Isn't that sort of The deal it's tough. There are a lot of variables at play And of course you know. Scientists at the edge of research can be he's somewhat oppositional and passionate and they want to argue back and forth to find the correct answer. There was a paper in two thousand sixteen by Henry Bridge Paul Linden. That's right twenty 2016. That's how recent this debate remains The Lindenberg will writing for the University of Cambridge. And they said there is quote no evidence to support meaningful observations of the Pemba effect. They think it's misleading. They think we're misinterpreting. They think the Pemba fact is a red inhering and that there are just slight inaccuracies and measurements. That's the thing. What are we measuring when we say freezes faster? That's the issue we're talking about the time it takes to get to The the freezing point or the time it takes for it to become completely frozen over and there's different Timeframes where these things can happen. And right yeah absolutely. If you froze two things in a in a freezer even if it was two glasses of water the same exact temperature wouldn't they potentially not go go through the same exact process at the same exact time. Couldn't have to do with the particulars zone that they're in in the freezer. Maybe there's colder spots or something. I'm again no science expert here but it does occur to me that in my fridge for example if I have something closer to the back of the fridge. It's going to even freeze a little bit in the refrigerator and then stuff. Closer Ocean Front doesn't so there's definitely variations in temperature and what would be a consumer fridge. which is what he was using for his original experiment when he originally early observed this phenomenon? Right yeah I think that's a good. I think that's a really good point. It's strange because his very difficult to measure this for for instance in that paper where they argue. There's no such thing as the Pemba affect the scientists say there's a ten percent inaccuracy when you measure the height of a thermometer when you're taking the water's temperature and that could trick someone into thinking that they have observed this effect just for the record. That papers argument is he's still pretty controversial and many many scientists say okay. Let's not let's not throw out the baby with the Pemba water. It's still. It's still very difficult. And that's why my Pemba effect experiments even if you do one your own house or at your own secret underground laboratory That's why you may find different results from one experiment to the next. Here's the kicker even when procedures are repeated with with with what appears to be the exact exact same conditions. That's tough you know. And then people argue over definitions just like you're bringing up. No this like when we say something freezes faster are we saying the time it just reaches the first freezing point the time when it completely freezes. I mean what a what a what are we talking about. This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by office. Depot Office depot has supplies and services for businesses of any size. I you speak to this personally as a college student when I was a business the size of one Office Depot provides twenty four seven tech. Support it lets. Let's you print your own marketing materials and it can help you design your office with a bunch of furniture solutions. They also have exactly the supplies. Is Your Office needs from Your Home Office to a commercial setup. They've got inc.. They've got the paper they've got cleaning. They've got the break room supplies. 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"pemba" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Mike Jackson outdoors Sunday mornings eight to nine AM I'm smart talk WCG AM and FM do not wait until his flight hit the ground before he lit a joint on a flight from Phoenix to Minneapolis and locked himself inside the plane's lavatory hold on maybe it wasn't the blood that was making him so nuts he blamed it on being on out of his mind on cocaine bonus he threatened to kill the flight crew so I guess he won't be flying the friendly skies anytime soon. an American tourist in Tanzania is dead just minutes after proposing to his girlfriend on the other side of the glass of the couple's underwater hotel room Steven Weber without snorkeler tank dove in the water outside of manta hotel on Pemba island presenting a ring in his nose to his girlfriend connection who said yes that was the one she saw Stephen him swimming back toward the surface local authorities are investigating what appears to be an accidental drowning. a fifth grader in Washington state is being called a hero for recognizing that his school bus driver was drunk the boy first call his mom describing the driver's condition mom confirmed his fears yeah the driver should be driving the kids said that the bus driver ran a number of red lights the forty eight year old was later arrested after successfully making all for stops. a California woman struggling to push her baby stroller got in on one a bit of help from to Bakersfield police officers who when I actually tried to push it and couldn't just like the woman realize that the extremely heavy baby was actually six thousand dollars worth of quarters that are non mom had just recently stolen from a nearby house. bonus the woman had missed a number of court appearances and was carrying math math right surprise. finally a Florida woman on tour in Louisiana has been cited for biting the private parts of the camel that had sat on top of her outside of a small town gas station the dromedary on display in Iberville parish was provoked after the woman's husband through a dog treat into the habitat into which of course their dog ran the woman chasing after the dog was then sat on by Casper the camel and did what she thought she had to do the old boys all boys were right there so she chomped down. a couple days a couple of misdemeanor charges cast with camel was not seriously hurt think you've got a good.

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"pemba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"No no no they've been around I've I've you take on a trip yeah very very good at what they do totally trust for the people at least in my judgment I say that because not everyone's that way we've been asking at nine eight nine seven three about travel horror stories I've done Viver at the Victoria BC clipper vacations hundred times ever had a single problem hundreds twenty times are Thomas crowd was Thomas crown was it did that's the name of the Thomas crown affair that's a fair. well well that movie was great but they don't do involved. Thomas cook six hundred thousand people it's a travel company six hundred thousand people our ends like Mike's experience in what car was it where you're driving it they said. the car's admire last week so no so that was the expenses of people driving the reach now cars yeah I was driving a line card when I parked it yeah what all turned out fine and I walk in and then bake pops up on my in my email that today sorry we're not offering this anymore yeah so better than being on a trip and being held hostage in in in Tunisia some of the our former clients of Thomas coconut bay now say were going bankrupt people out of their trips trips are prepaid Thomas cook supposed to handle and everything people report being held hostage a ride farmer told the BBC they tried to leave the late or injures our resort in Hammond at. and security stop them you you can't leave you have to pay this Thomas cook paid like now do Thomas cook we paid them they pay you that's the way travel company works Thomas cook out of business six hundred thousand people affected by this so what are they going to do to like the view that person at the hotel securities gonna stop them and say sorry this is fraud if you leave your technically stealing so what's probably going to happen I guess from a practical application and I think that that's why sometimes resorts presume maybe erotic payment if not non payment from travel companies because Thomas cook is big yeah venerated been around a long time obviously coin through it either the end or near end of its service but there's plenty other shady ones out there which is why would they ask you for when you check in credit card for incidentals Sir bingo so by gas is that many of these people are going to find that charge and then they're going to have to dispute it in another arena but that these hotels are going to nail them on that unless they didn't actually require them to do that credit card for incidentals so that's like I'm guessing that's likely what's going to happen because it certainly has happened in other cases were smaller travel companies have gone belly up mid travel people the people said things like this are what is costing more than twelve thousand pounds things we brought here the wedding package everything we've organized the resort now that they're back up they can have that I see her fiance this people at thirty three members flying out costing thirty three thousand pounds at forty one thousand box another saying sorry that's the worst thing they're going to they're on their way to Greece yeah that's the worst thing that could ever happen on any vacation. what's the worst thing or that's the way it's got to be could anything worse happen like on a on a honeymoon. we talk about that yes. sure yeah I what I don't understand is when a company what bothers me more is when companies do things like this yeah and they know that they're burning through their cash and I know that that they can see that end and I know that sometimes they don't want to say anything because they actually expect some last minutes financing to come through that's gonna capital flowed a little bit longer but at some point it seems like just stop taking reservations when you you know you can't to meet your existing financial obligations I don't understand and hopefully if they did close and if they did take reservations when they knew they were going to be closing I do hope they face punitive damages over this is what I do is so well now assuming just handed me this so I was saying that's the worse the cap on a vacation. log can Nesha I'm twan. was on the Pemba island in Tanzania. with her fiance Steven Weber. and they stayed in a submerged cabin anchored in water more than thirty feet the this is so romantic this is so sad this is tragic on the third day Steven Weber dove into the sea ask Antoine to marry him. I can't hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you but everything I love about you I love more every day he said on the first page. I'm a sheet of paper locked in a ziplock bag he was outside the submerged room she was inside she was videotaping the proposal he turned the page some more loving words she's giggling inside of course it's beautiful what he's doing. then he swam.

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"pemba" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Out of Tanzania and facts involving a couple from the United States Louisiana to be exact. a man from Louisiana reportedly drowned after he asked his girlfriend to marry him there it was an under water proposal she posted about this on Facebook a bizarre social media post including video of said proposal. and then wrote connected to the post you never emerged from those depths so you never got to hear my answer yes yes a million times yes I will marry you. his name was Steven. weaver junior of baton Rouge. and he died after he appeared to swim up to meet her in the video you can see him he takes this piece of like binder paper and it's in a giant zip lock and it says something to the effect of you know I love you I blah blah I can hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you but everything I love about you I love more every day. that's nice and the flip it over on the back it says will you please be my wife marry me question mark question mark he pulls the pulls a ring out of his pocket. and then goes back up for air. or does he they were vacationing at the manta resort on Pam Pemba island in Tanzania and they're in one of those huts over the water looks really cool it's got a roof with the like at. kind of like a. Luton bed up there yeah you can jesters hang out I mean I don't wanna say mattress because that just sounded like there's just like a dirty mattress up there it's a dirty mattress we have a just has it on it so yeah so it looks more of a futon and it's got a dark blue cover on it you come on the hide any Bhutan's can get nasty to. listen I don't know what you've been doing. with the era my friend. now this is this is a sad story because it appears that it's you know she sees this at while they're in this under water or you know she's in the under water room and he can swim up to the window and and hold up this proposal and then she's gonna run up stairs and go see our man. and like yes totally yes one hundred percent yes but he never came back I came back up. it is not turned to his sister Mandy released a statement late yesterday. she said because this guy in the video she posted other videos from their trip he seemed a little off to me to be honest so I was opining that maybe drugs and or alcohol may have been a factor in the right his sister releases statement saying Stephen has had a very interesting life you know what that means yeah a lot of ups and downs but he always and will always hold such a special place in the heart of so many people he had this infectious smile he really played a significant role in helping people through the recovery process okay is lost it is passing is going to create a void in our lives we will never be able to fill. Stephen has been at the lowest point of his life a low point that anyone could ever experience. but never at one point did you expect anyone to feel sorry for him or to pity him. south I'm she's free diving at this point I mean in that I don't know how deep it I don't help book far below the surface of the water this window is but he's down there with a mask and flippers on. and he's holding this thing up against the window I. trust my wife's. ability to read. right but don't you think that's a gamble already expecting that your wife's gonna be able to get through the whole note while you're hold your breath there. it seems weird to me and the video itself very. very giggly you hear that when when she was..

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"pemba" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Continents and wage successful campaigns ranging from stopping mining and the annihilation of the endangered snow. Leopard in Mongolia to brokering major ocean conservation negotiations in the Cook Islands. The Goldman environmental awards have been granted to one hundred and ninety four winners over the past thirty years for KPFA. Pacifica radio on Karen, Smith's rains. Pounded parts of northern mas- Mozambique today several days after cyclone Kenneth struck the southern African nation while the United Nations said a woke workers face difficulties in reaching thousands of survivors. The government said that death toll rose to forty one the rains and flooding kept needed supplies from arriving in the main city of Pemba and will be a challenge in the days ahead as more wet weather is forecast. The government again urged residents of Pemba to flee to higher ground more than twenty two inches of rain falling in Pemba since Kenneth made landfall on April twenty fifth. Just six weeks after cyclone a die torn to central Mozambique. It's the first time to cyclones struck the country in a single season. And Kenneth was the first cyclone recorded so far northern Mozambique in the era of satellite. Imaging the United Nations. Humanitarian office said up to three inches of rain is forecast for the next twenty four hours and rivers are expected to reach flood stage by Thursday. Citing UK aid analysis saying it's the end of the rainy season and rivers already are running high. The government says tens of thousands of people in to districts north of Tampa and on IBO island need food and shelter about thirty five thousand buildings and homes have been damaged or destroyed at least three bridges of collapse. Stranding residents of some communities. Black women lawmakers and activists rallied in support of democrat, Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar today outside the halls of congress. Amidst of backlash against her let in part by President Trump, Omar the first refugee elected to congress has faced harsh criticism for her support of Palestine and her criticism of Israel, President Trump likened, Omar the perpetrators of the nine eleven attacks on Twitter earlier this month speaking to her supporters. She said there was little difference between antisemitism and Islam. Phobia and blamed Trump for spreading hate the occupant of the White House.

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2nd killer cyclone could dump twice as much rain on Mozambique

BBC Newshour

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

2nd killer cyclone could dump twice as much rain on Mozambique

"Officials in northern Mozambique have sent out. Teams to assess the damage caused by cyclone Kenneth with warnings that the need for assistance will be huge one death has been confirmed in this city of Pemba where several people were also injured. Heavy rain is forecast, and there's a high risk of flooding and landslides pumps, a felony is in the capital of the worst affected areas. So far, Macomia Kissanga and evil. They're people's homes have been damaged others completely destroyed the fears that hundreds of thousands of people will be in need of humanitarian aid, the people of Mozambique of barely recovered from the devastating effect of cyclone die which made landfall in the port town of beta just over a month

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"pemba" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"More sustainable as business model. But when you realize it, I think that's quite low down on the list of priorities for race organizers. Certainly in the immediate, whether one team is around in three, four, five years and how that team is funnier. South is really almost by the buyers far as race, organizers concern. I think we Delaney from what I can gather was going to meetings with people are ours. Yes, and that presents very upbeat, positive pitch, and everyone around the table. Naughty insane. Well, sounds like a great idea guys and and and Rick Delaney that was going to be the clincher in these in these discussions that they were having about going to the JIRA and so forth. I'm the clincher very often is more nationalistic interests and we've talked about the. The here, the welter, the three Spanish wildcard teams. In the sort of blandishments that we've we've mentioned alluded to the quid pro quo deals of me, whether it's money directly, changing hands, a check being written quite simply for awhile place. You know something about more subtle and I think that's what it comes down to, and it might be in the Toda. FRANZ is interests. If all the wealth is interesting, eve Akwa blue for frog Yamin site becomes us sports franchise with heritage and with with a sense of permanence and history in the in the long term. But the reality is the most racial noises off thinking about this year and this year only all up best next year. And as I say, I think that the protagonists, the players within the. We've in the event that putting on all rule most secondary for them. They want the biggest names. I'm certainly, but the color of the jersey, the name on the jersey. He's not a huge concern to most of them. Yeah, I think no one has a right to expect everyone else. Recognizers genius or the the marriage. There are idea, and I think you're you're right, Delaney and co. Maybe we're a little noise even thinking by presenting a vice lick well organized presentation to CS and and so on, that would unlock the doors for them. Plenty of plenty of people have tried in the pasta and and it's not huge. Selling point is it's not sexy, you know, the business model. You know what our balance sheet looks like. The end of the year is just not really. Maybe many more appealing to the general public. And consequently, by extension to race organizes, I mean. When we think about, I'm teams tries to do something radically different over the past ten or fifteen years, whether it be the business model, air image. I mean, warn that stands out. It didn't work, and it was a another flush in Pemba rock racing, for example, in two thousand and eight, I think of the two of California when they came with their Cadillacs and that blacks out windows and the all that an all that dope is that was that was something in the in the team that was radically radically different on something like that, I think could potentially have hearts future more traction with the watching public. But beyond. I think most teams that perceived as a different kind of corporate billboard, which is what they are effectively. But the business model itself, I'm not certain is really ever gonna make the difference. No, would you say, you know, Delaney's continued to get some flack over the loss of twenty four hours for for for no holding hands up sufficiently, perhaps for for his mistakes. But on the flip side of that of the sixteen riders eleven, we're in anyway without without renewal for next year. And that is harshly or not. The reality of the sport as it is, it's kind of don't shine a light on the whole, the Frenchie of the business model of the fragility of the organizations. But eleven of those writers were searching for a new team anyway. And if he does on and you know, we have to, we have to take his word at the moment if he does on the commitment to pay everyone up to the end of the year and then pay, the writers were contracted for next year as well. Well, then you into a slightly different ballgame, because really as an employer, all he's committed. All he is required to pay is contracted to pay. ROY can be left out of race..

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"pemba" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

Scummy Mummies

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"The flying off to the races. Anyway. Oh, great game winning the Lydia. I think I was about many things I have said. So. Stocks in my favor windows. Yeah. I mean, we five years. Let's let's let's provide some grace hits now. Have we got a scummy mummy confession to shed. Oh, have you? Because she mentioned Judy, Donald scenario, you don't think about Judy, don't well, it's there is no. Really a confession only hall. Judy. Dawson's output is some of the best Germans literature. There is the other half of it. I cannot so. So it's very Holywood. Oh, because you show you're going to get the next paper dolls or the next monkey puzzle monkey puzzle here. At a tell you what a particular I'm unsettled by a butterfly of big human fakes. It's almost like a cock like this. Yes, I think that's. This booking hours paper Dole's one of the greatest words that one. Oh God. It's has an incredible halfway point of stuff. Halfway through the book you'll suddenly go go. That's what this is really about your work out. What it's really about wanting paper dolls. I literally cannot read it without ought to be solving reading. So now Tell tell you. you pick. On the subject of things that my kid is into do has got some clans confession talked to this, the normal disembowelling rich. There's no, but muddle loves comfy Pemba and the one, and I'm son lucky because they're both such great the country franchise moving them gripe the bit halfway three, Milano when cheese leading sil- has such ties a head back, go pro guess you don't see a Disney Princess equivalence thing. Tell the head at rolling in fucking golden on, so-. I regularly when driving home from gig at one in the morning, when I get that bit where you've driven from the gig worn off, I'm not dangerous job, but I'm feeling a bit sleepy only to change up. The podcast listening in went, our I'm regularly will listen to the whole of the wanna sing along and and I will. I'm getting pretty good at the Polynesian in in the white. Pacific. I am the lawn of rocket some events to, yes, our kennel. Get through that without heaving and crying. So good with granny, and. Yeah. Would she realizes that the voices out there till it's inside. Literally the head. The state of you to yourselves. Should say, always kind of person prepared her, but I am very much very much an and he's putting. Lovely watching it. The other guy with failure. And the base of the very end, the spoiling thing. But it's the very end. There is a big sailing sane and may of looked across the boy, and he was tearing because it is so emotionally pamphlets, just a huge narrative resolution on the future of stuff. It's so powerful. She kind of nuts up that we left across and he was lifting his arms which is shining and he was tearing up at the beauty of economics. He is definitely mine. Gossip lovely story. Everyone everywhere. Oh, excellent confession for us tonight. I was just thinking, oh, I will Eli's son's birthday present at a service station. Excellent. I bought your. And some screen wash. Screaming, a neck pillow of the paid, our cost. An announce born eleven days apart. Yeah, we have to get some airport, your son a letter sent, which he already owns. We're up to nine. The what in care next year should we just know that just just cash? Just nothing. Oh, just better because it crosses each other out well, then we feed about master lock. It gets out of my house going anyway. Anyways, Tristan China when it's. The house now come drip, log, your Bush. Cold and off, it's the liquid rooms. It's a two hundred and fifty seats venues of this year. That will probably not be a huge exciting q. around the block because there was last year this year. He really recover Langley. So a two fifty daily, not sixteenth driver holdovers and it is free, but do bring money you get in for free and you're allowed to leave in your loud too many, I will you leave and not pay, but you will want to pay because it really shows clearly, we, you go, some you..

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"pemba" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"How widespread do you think this actually is i think it's like the top one percent of kobe devote like the people that can't take anything other than kobe's the greatest of all time and no one comes close i'll be interested when you're out next week o'shea jackson junior who i think actually tops you yeah apologised yeah we're right there together i i will be interested to hear what he has to say i don't go shays come around there was a time when o'shea didn't want i agree great i think there was a time where his dad ice cube didn't want kobe yeah i think i think everybody has started because you know what here's the thing i do think they can win a championship this year i think it'd be highly unlikely but i i'm not ruling it out because a lebron lebron's bean to eight straight final yup and i think if you get to the finals your one injury away and the other team of stealing it so i'm not ruling it out i would i would agree with you that it's unlikely but i'm not ruling it out and if you would ask me that question before lebron signed here what said no now we got him we got a chance interesting david aldridge yeah he's aldridge's convinced that something's going to happen next year with james on the ground in la the lakers are all but assured to get one of the group of elite players who will be unrestricted in two thousand nineteen kawai leonard klay thompson kemba walker or someone else who shakes free or is otherwise available why think clay if they could somehow get clay is the perfect guide ron he'd be st fence is one of the best shooters ever could take the other teams best player so the brain wouldn't have to go crazy defensively obviously grew up a laker fan dad works for the team i mean that's the home run i am how would they deal with michael thompson and clay i feel bad for clay michael's going to demand that he did key we'll go take all his toiletries out of his room make clay them every night klay comes into the hotel with an instagram model which every nba player will be standing in front of the door no michael will demand this young lady and ask what her intentions are but i know that clinton michael really close they would have how much do you like pemba walker.

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"pemba" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Brains On!

"Let's wait just a bit and what will the low cold water is not ready yet cold water still slushy put me back in give me just another minute right or just want to say till haters out there who didn't believe a hot glass of water could freeth quickly back to school and learn about the impera whoa whoa what the impera effect the impera effect is named after a restaurant in pemba attains in high school student who discovered this affect while making ice cream at his school back in the nineteen sixties he stuck his hot ice cream mixture in the freezer and found that it froze way faster than his classmates cooler mixtures rasta wasn't actually the first person to discover this scientists and philosophers have noticed this phenomenon for hundreds of years but they still don't really understand why this happens they have some ideas though like maybe the hot water evaporates faster leaving less liquid water that needs to be frozen or that the hot water has less stuff dissolved in it and thus can super cool more quickly either way when you eat homemade ice clean fast try freezing it when it's still haunts no time for an ice cream break now though because we've got a question from alita to get to i don't the park sometimes in so i touched the water and it's moving except for sometimes there's nothing touching the water so is it alive or not you might say no because of course water is just h two o a chemical compound a molecule it's not itself alive but as we've seen water does a lot of strange things that might make it seem lifelike just sticking together or climbing up stuff and water is in all living things it keeps us alive in fact scientists think that what it was a critical player in the origin of all life itself on earth three point eight billion years ago there was water lots of water and in that water chemicals the raw building blocks wife but in order for life to get going it needs.

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"pemba" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The third base near the corner looks fit and he will score joe cosmo ground ball down the third base toby joel's we'll score we are tied hey this is the amazing he kuzma with a double eight tie in the seven he will given the tigers tigers bases loaded for miller mario in pemba on fox sports detroit dan dickerson w x y t with those calls there was a reference to andrew miller third of inning three walks and of course is coming back off the disabled list in recent weeks terry francona talked about miller after the game i mean i didn't i didn't want to go to andrew till the you know with with the way the inning was calling with terrel felt like we'd better get him out there anatomy came in and gave up a couple of those hits tunnel down left align new like you lost very trying to find his arm slot you know scattered fastballs lesson break balls up i mean we knew he wouldn't be in midseason form you know it's easier to say that before the game you know but down deep we knew his pitch to be the andrew miller and he'll he'll get there it just you know on nights like this it hurts fenian bullpen so for this year a five point seven three era that is the worst in the majors the mets in the blue jays and noah syndergaard did it on the mound and at the plate one oh to syndergaard brooklyn bat looper down the right field line base hit that is going to get rocco to third into the corner hernandez coming up with the ball they're sending rocco and a poor throw pie hernandez griddles into the cutoff man and going to second with a double and are run batted anna's noah cinder.

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"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"They're scared they're beyond burned out there at that point where they're really hurt and lost i remember one time meeting with any pemba children and she was asking me about the work that i do and i was talking about oh how i i said all the these folks their their their whole sense of self is has been obliterated in there's a long pause and she says oh oh you mean in a negative way right and and it's a little bit of joke about you know the absence of an inherent self identity that's right that's right but but but what so many folks are are are struggling and even some of the folks who listen to the podcast who are not in a startup have begun listening to say my relationship to work is such a source of suffering and what i'm hearing you say is beyond terrific traditional terrific view of being in service to others the cultivating compassion and be an staying at the edge state standing on the that's right creates a kind of resiliency exactly then enables us to withstand the fager is of being in that place exactly and it's almost you could say like physical training in the sense that when we push ourselves physically in a good way our muscles breakdown and repair at a high themselves at a higher order more strength a more resilience so there's a whole field of stress where there's distress and then there's us stress we need a certain kind of stress in our life.

"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Even better i thank you for for saying all of that in uh i said before the my egos dancing now may goes uncomfortable and um you know and then went when when your ego gets hard get a little sloppy enough of this tired now i need to take it what i would close with his justice notion that tom i have been helped by so many wise puke on my life and if i could just pay them back by helping somebody else i mean i know it sounds and the anti give whatever the hell and would it's like the minute you say things like that like the picture my therapist pops into my head who's 93 rain a woman i work with for so many years or auntie pemba children or uh sharon salisbury worker you do parka palmer these these people whose writings in their presence have reached in and said here's a hand here's a way out on you know some was asking me this morning you how do i pay you back i said just keep paying it forward air you know when when i'm dustin i'm dried up and i'm dead whatever please just keep paying it forward great answer oh thanks for doing this no thank you for doing this if you enjoyed this episode gutter reboot dot gov slash podcast to listen to all three seasons of our podcast conversations and leaves a review and i tips that's the best way for other people to find enjoy the show just as you have done and don't forget to join our mailing lists at reboot dot ieo slash sign up to you never miss an episode.

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"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Even better i thank you for for saying all of that in uh i said before the my egos dancing now may goes uncomfortable and um you know and then went when when your ego gets hard get a little sloppy enough of this tired now i need to take it what i would close with his justice notion that tom i have been helped by so many wise puke on my life and if i could just pay them back by helping somebody else i mean i know it sounds and the anti give whatever the hell and would it's like the minute you say things like that like the picture my therapist pops into my head who's 93 rain a woman i work with for so many years or auntie pemba children or uh sharon salisbury worker you do parka palmer these these people whose writings in their presence have reached in and said here's a hand here's a way out on you know some was asking me this morning you how do i pay you back i said just keep paying it forward air you know when when i'm dustin i'm dried up and i'm dead whatever please just keep paying it forward great answer oh thanks for doing this no thank you for doing this if you enjoyed this episode gutter reboot dot gov slash podcast to listen to all three seasons of our podcast conversations and leaves a review and i tips that's the best way for other people to find enjoy the show just as you have done and don't forget to join our mailing lists at reboot dot ieo slash sign up to you never miss an episode.

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"pemba" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"In may jon rahm tag heuer oh well no one now everything is hi rob how's it going very well thank you hi john so between the 14th and the seventy th of january these ready prime minister benjamin now he is going to visit india india and israel have a quite interesting and fatty unexpected arvs to my my especial relationship diller give a lead do so they're working toward a trade agreement at the moment but there's also a an extremely strong arms trade between through countries mainly india purchasing drones no arms made by israel in two thousand nine of is a bit as bevere wabakhabulo those are remarkable poll conducted two thousand nine from his ratings to you i think is surveying sympathy with his it with israel around the world the number one country with india fifty eight percent of indians express sympathy with israel compared to fifty six percent of americans now umbrellas further im rally was moisturised by that yeah you know i'm cult truly is at one thing about trade in arms and all this kind of stuff there was as he some cultural understanding out which i'm i'm sports point though will south africa otherwise the gone his narrow someone who has who continue upstairs when i was regaining them with these facto it's fact let's sorry thom the following this easy variety often end in on invade and they pointed out that actually the two countries i think were formed if not in the same decade than within a decorated medecin could there be some kind of sympathy through that it i don't know maybe that stretching a little bit but eight one explanation it's intriguing there let's move on motors the most serious topic on the fifteen th of january mostly with the pogues shane macgowan basis that is going to have his sixtieth eleanor you're thinking is only his sixtieth birthday concerts in dublin now i think that's somewhat controversial 'cause he was born in kent some puzzle yeah he was he was born in pemba.

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"pemba" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

The Global Travel Conspiracy

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

"Yeah it's it's it's there's nothing new about it it's you're absolutely right i mean it's a it's a catastrophe on a gargantuan scale but it's just become mundane and retain uh when i talk to a lot of travellers knee ask them where they been a lot of people go to asia southeast asia east asia a lot of people in europe obviously uh you know even places and central american latin america but africa is always kind of the one place specially areas of say central and western africa the people tend to avoid what do you think are like the top five places in let let's for the for the purpose of this such take south africa out of the mix is i think that's probably the most approachable place there were gets the most tourism if you're recommend places to visit to really kind of you know five places that the give you different aspects of africa but we recommend well i'm whilst we not gonna include south africa south africa includes all of those that so if we take a moment some time later today to discuss other than with while but tanzania if uh if you're looking for the open pains in the foundering his look no further it has the iconic destinations of of sanguinetti and salou national park and numerous other um ehlass loss wildlife eka travel box it also happens to have killham endure would shirt is the biggest climb of a mountain in the world i would say klima by you and me and then it has the wonderful islamic muslim infused history of this where he coast of zanzibar and pemba and of course a little further up because if you up gauging the slip into anything you've got mombassa so really it's got absolutely everything and on top of that it has it is.

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"pemba" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Good evening we begin tonight with the cnn exclusive new details unreported until now from the us counterintelligence battle against russia's tampering with the election not only did it go right up until the final vote was cast were also learning it went right up to the line when it comes to the first amendment the scene election night war room the adversary disinformation designed to influence voters apparently from russian sources sin as shimon procure peasant pamela brown have the scoop tonight they join us shimon for will tell us about how some members of the fbi these how they spent election day yes so anderson on election night counterintelligence analysts and investigators were huddled in a room at fbi headquarters here in washington dc on election day monitoring social media and what they could see was streams of fake news negative stories about being posted about hello hillary clinton some having to do with our health according to multiple sources they were able to identify suspected russian links to the accounts that appear to be pushing the fake stories anderson in pemba was was the epa working with the white house there was a coordinated effort anderson so we learned that that teams at the fbi homeland security in the office of the director of national intelligence we're holding these conference calls every three hours with a team at the situation room and the white house to discuss any problems possible problems and the big focus was whether the boat could be tampered with uh there were some some minor issues at popped up across the country and related to tampering of the vote from alaska the door georgia but there were no major incidents or disruptions of the vote the fbi has said and by the way the fbi declined to comment for this sanders and sean i mean obviously look this raises concerns that the fbi was monitoring what people were reading but.

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"pemba" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"So there you have it the conservative party loses twelve seats i think i think these are the updated numbers labour won twenty nine seats or thirty one i read thirty one is the latest update okay this effort when a rebel shut my list here the sp lost twenty one seats liberal democrats picked up four democratic unionist party picked up to sinn feign picked up three and feign's interesting they will not see those uh members so there are seven i guess seats better basically empty and he did there there are left party so you know that would support the left indeed um and uh uh it there's many other a parties a go down the list but um ukip lost its seat be social democratic labour party lost uh i guess three seats ulster's unionist party uh however my understanding is that the um that uh the tories will uh will form a government with the um the uh what does it up is that what is it do you pemba crowd crowded unionist party and um which is i guess the functional equivalent of the moral majority i guess in this country uh anti abortion creationist and also apparently a rather friendly with a folks like the red hand commando uh which is a ulster loyalist paramilitary group uh not necessarily uh in the ulster freedom fighters they are almost like a hyper pro brexit but um my understanding is that they are more they're they're in favor of brexit simply because they don't want ireland in a different class.

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