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Monocle 24: The Globalist
"perea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It is 13 minutes past two in Lima and that's 7 13 here in London. Pedro castilla, the president of Peru was ousted yesterday and subsequently arrested after he tried to dissolve Congress. Vice president Dina bola was sworn in as Peru's first female president, she's the 5th person to take up the office in a little over two years. While I'm joined now by an Italia subra via perea, she's a Professor of Latin American history at the university of Kent, Natalia, good morning to you and thanks for joining us. Can you talk us through what happened because yesterday morning Castillo was president by the afternoon by the evening. He was in jail. It took 19 minutes for the regime to change. It was a swift and surprising, as can be, in the morning there had been the proceedings for another impeachment attempt against Castillo, this is the 5th attempt by Congress to impeach him, and he decided to act before Congress, taking a risk of trying to close Congress to prevent his impeachment. He thought he would have some support. Nobody really understands why, because the army and the police had very clearly given the feeling that they had would not be supporting him. And it was a question of him leaving trying to do something to achieve the solution of Congress. This was not possible, then he tried to flee possibly to take a political asylum in the Mexican embassy. He failed. He was caught in the middle of traffic in the city of Lima by the police and subsequently put in jail. Congress then decided to have the impeachment vote. It seemed in the morning that they would have not had enough votes to impeach him, but by the afternoon it was very clear that he had no chance, a 101 Congress members, voted for his impeachment. He was thrown out and very swiftly his vice president Dina valvate was sworn in. He looked like a very different type of leader when he came in. He wasn't from the political establishment. Can you just tell us a little bit about him? Well, better because it's a trade unionist. He's from the teachers the teachers union. He comes from a very small town in the highlands. No political, no real political experience and the thing that he showed from day one and office is that he really was out of his depth. He didn't understand the way politics worked. He didn't surround himself by people that had a lot of acumen, political acumen. But there were many people who never accepted him as having legitimately been elected. So there was a combination. He then was unable to make anything of the political capital that he had when he arrived into office and very quickly alienated anybody who tried to help him. The left had tried to prop up his government at the beginning, but that was just not possible. He's been accused of embezzlement and political abuse, nothing too different than previous presidents of Peru. But it's very sad to see how he was he squandered any type of political capital he had when he reached the presidency in July 2021. He was only in office for 17 months. Do you think his ten years done lasting damage to the country? Well, I don't think that there is much difference between what he's done or what happened during his tenure than would have happened before. Remember that you said 5 Peruvian prisons are very short span of time. Now, many argue that this is worse than what came before that he has done lasting damage, but I really, I really do wonder if the damage is not already been done to the political system and it is an open question of whether anybody who follows can make changes. Of course it didn't help that he had no political ability past the fact that he had no political experience and we would just have to wait and see if the woman who will be proves first female president is able to do anything about this. I mean, what kind of leader do you think she'll make? Well, I mean, there's been a lot of talk of how she's been trying to build some consensus around a possible presidency from the very beginning because as mentioned, this is the 5th attempt to impeach him. There's been a very long
THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"perea" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Be a tremendous, tremendous explosion event entertainment, and of combat. And of teaching, these guys teach you how to behave like warriors when you say, oh, I want to be a warrior. Well, yeah, do you really? It can hurt. It can hurt to be a warrior. And if you really want to understand what a warrior is, watch these guys. Not just in how they fight, but how they behave. How they behave their conduct inside when that conduct is called on. It was called on. So that's that one. At his sign, wow. He's in real tough against a guy who's beat him and kickbox and Alex Perez. Alex perre, interestingly enough as an MMA fighter, is only 6 and one. He's only had 7 fights. He lost his first fight by rear naked choke submission. And then he saw in any stop every single opponent except for Bruno silver in the UFC. He won by unanimous decision, but he's KOed every single opponent that he's beaten and he has a KO over over Izzy. So it's very interesting match up here. Man, I'm looking forward to this one. What do you look for? Yeah, listen, the KO viz, who was a while back, it was before he got to the UFC. It was before it was in kickboxing, two different sports, both of them, their strengths, both of them. And others is striking. I decided to start a magnificent job learning how to escape, take downs and survive on the mat and do even more than survive on a mat. But he's really invested himself in being dimensional and all areas, all facets of the cage, pariah, as you said, big puncher, you know, has a knockout win. In kickboxing over at a signia. So you worry about the mental part, the mental part, the mental age. Does that give? Because 75% of this is meant to I always say that. Does that give pariah an edge that he's got a win? Over him and a knockout went over. A potentially could. I don't think it does without assignment. He's special. He's very together mentally. He's very cerebral. And he knows that that's a different time. He knows. That, you know, where he is now, and he understands the mistakes he made. And I think he's able to kind of clear the board of that. Like a race to the blackboard of that. And I think I decided it would be a good golfer where you hit a shot into the Woods and then, you know, the next shot you got to forget about that. You got to hit it on the green. I think I'll sign you has that ability to put that aside and maybe even use it for him, where he's been for one now. Where maybe he was quite as aware of that threat of that dimension. You know, the danger of that dimension of pariah perea. In that area where he's that good with the striking or obviously he understood how good he was. But he's more aware now of what to look for. And maybe that here's a funny thing, a very interesting note I think on my part if it possible. I designed a pariah, both of them financed his name perea, perea. All right. Portuguese, so it looks like Pereira, but I think they say pariah, I think the R sounds like an H and Portuguese, but I could be, I could be wrong, but I said perea. All right, I'll say it in my half Hungarian. But listen, here's a way to take a little bit of a left hand turn. Both guys demonstrate undoubtedly striking. Where is it possible that now I beat you with striking? You beat you as likes. He beat you with his versatility, beat you with his athleticism. His creativeness. He's like Bruce Lee and as sometimes he makes it up as he goes along. You know, he walks to the beat of his own drama.
THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"perea" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Being that a wind up being a because that wind up being a because of obviously the most simple thing in the world, money. I mean, really the root of all evil, the root of all bad judgments in the world, as money. And listen, I'm not contradicting myself. I said it's good judgment because yeah, go grab the money. Go grab the money because you might never get that chance again. Grab it while the grabbing is good and take care of secure your future for your family. That's why you're in this business. Do it. No doubt about it. My fear is if you do that, you might do that your own peril would again what I talked about earlier. I talk about things for a reason that this business, it's not the fight as it's not the sport that can sometimes let you down. It's the executives and the judges of the sport. They can let you down. And that would be my worry. Yeah, I'm with you. I think that that's a real concern, but like I said, if he gets if he can get that fight with better be of and beat him at this point, hey, they can they're going to try to rob them. They maybe they do, but if you can go out with all the belts and a big bag of money, see ya. With that being said, there's a big UFC fight that's coming Saturday. It was a lot of Sonya headlining and Alex perea. And our friend Dustin Poirier is in tough with Michael Chandler from Nashville. Oh, these two great fights, the whole card is stacked per usual, but more importantly, teddy, you're going to be working the event. Rob and I will be in attendance at the event. Looking forward to meeting all the fans and seeing all the people there, but let's just touch on those two fights real quick. I know we haven't prepared the way you would normally do with 52 pages of notes. But what are you looking for in that Chandler Poirier fight? And what does Dustin have to do to get the win? Well, we'll handle the that's handled the Poirier fight. First with tough fight. Great fight. It might be that that caught is loaded. Also, we talk about our friend Dustin and he's coming to the foundation. Does dinner and I appreciate the hell out of him for doing that. And people are looking forward to meeting them. But let's not forget out of sinusoid friend two and he's been on his show and he's special too. And he's in a tough fight. It's a loaded card. But Poirier and Chandler is, I mean, it's like going to the 4th of July. I mean, you know you're going to get fireworks. I mean, really, you're not going to vote to July. Well, you're going there to get hot dogs, hamburgers, don't get me wrong, I get it. But you're not going there at night. To have a quiet on colorful night. You're going at a see the sky get lit up and a lot of noise with the banging of the fireworks. And that's what you're going to see. If you're going for Poirier and Chandler. These guys don't waste time introducing themselves to you. They're bold tremendous offensive forces, it's a tough fight. It's a top 5 for both guys. Poirier is one of the best finishes in the sport. He gets her hurt. He knows how to get rid of you. Again, Chandler comes out of the shoot fast. He only knows one gear first gear go getcha. I think he's gotten better though. I think he's learned. He's been in with nothing but monsters, just like Poirier. Look at these guys resume. They deserve the best of the best because they've fought the best of the best. That's why they're so good. They foot not the top guys. And Chandler only came over to the UFC what, two years ago, and he thought nothing but 34 Godzilla, then King Kong. And then he put the wolf man and then he you know what I mean? He just he fights everybody and like I said, poor on his way up the same thing. He earned his way. So these guys have
The Autosport Podcast
"perea" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Written for four or 5 hours a day for the last half many years. Who's which driver has driven the most miles in one of these? I've got absolutely no idea. But it would have to be a factory driver with a testing. Now if you're a bell or probably Derek bell or hench talk because they drove for the factory for that program. So the longest track. They were on the shakedowns and don't forget Roland Kuzma, who was also a driver, but the racing engineer basically, but he did like thousands and thousands of miles testing Mars around twice. He did not embark shook down every customer as well at the track, and it was all because they were obviously Porsche employees. So something needed testing. They were there. They didn't have to be able to just have to get out of the office, helping the car and drive around the track a bit. But says, you haven't given us your favorite moment. My favorite. It could be the most significant moment, but for me, I'm going to talk about a moment and I was there moment. I think there's this like two moments really Dijon 89 when Porsche one and that really made bob wallach's day. He really liked that. And it was a very popular win. And that basically revive your program because the program had been shelved at the end of 87. After May 7th came back for an encore in Le Mans 88, and then was done. And then some behind the scenes, some development still happened at the host. They won again, and then a portion of the suit said, we should really go racing. And then from 1990 to build up a proper works team run by years, but it was definitely the works team and tried to come back. They had been a way to do the IndyCar program, which netted one win in three years. That's not good. So that was Dijon 89 would stick out. And Le Mans 1990 as well when Bruin and perea lost the second place, 50 minutes from the finish when the engine went. So that was collapsed into the arms of his crew down at the old signaling pits. I remember looking at it on the big screens and it hit me in the guts. Do you know what I'm saying? Yeah, and I think most journalists wanted to be done with their race reports and everything because normally in the last 15 minutes, nothing really happens. In those days. Now, of course, anything can still happen on the last lap, but in those days, it was dramatic really. And actually that probably brings me on to, again, another question that I should have got too earlier about the why this is the greatest. And that I should have asked you already about reliability. The durability of these cars. We don't need to discuss that because it's a Porsche. So it just keeps on going. Well, there's your answer and also what may be attractive for gentlemen over amateur drivers is that Porsche at every racetrack had its customer support team. They had like a couple of trucks with spare parts with engineer with mechanics. If you had a problem, the right people were there to solve the problem for you. If you really can do it yourself. So that the warehouse almost at the track, if you blew an engine, you need its pair pause, they had them if you didn't have them in your own spare parts box. You could go to Porsche customer service. And they would have it for you. You didn't need to make that big investment in spare parts. There's some random fuel pipe that if you didn't have it, they have a spare FB two. They would have it in the truck. Then you went to the Porsche truck. And it's basically it's part of their business model list. They'll do that today with 9 11s. There's always a couple of Porsche motor sport trucks in the panic. And whenever a customer team needs a part or needs an engineer or needs some information or some extra brains to think of a certain problem, Porsche has the people ready for their customers. And that's why they've been so successful for so many years at so many levels and so many series with so many cars and happy customers. What's your moment? Your story. It's going to be another brand's hatch moment, not the year I was talking to Fitz about. One year before and the final race of the 1982 WEC world endurance championship, Jackie X is chasing down teo fabi in the reign of brands hatch for the title while actually not in The Rain on a drying track. The Rain had been the race had been stopped because of The Rain.
"perea" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Something here was lacking for me. Was that not the case with you? No, you're really onto something. I struggled with the performance at first as well. And I think it plays its hand, he plays the character, maybe a little too far, because the vision that you just described, you can tell that's exactly what they're going for. This is a guy who's more comfortable with animals than people, right? And with his father, his father did the talking to the clients to these Hollywood productions where they brought the horses that they've trained. And OJ was more of, he just did the work. How many times in this film does he say I've got work to do, right? He liked being with the animals. He liked fixing the machinery. And so yes, with you, I understand that. He's also a little tweak. There are so many western tweaks here, right? The man with no name is a little bit of what he's playing with. But man do they go with that? They really go with it. And there are times where he seems to fade from the screen as he's on it. Now, you mentioned Kiki Palmer and it's interesting. I thought it's almost as if she was pressing. She has such charisma, just exuding from her, but she seemed to be forcing that at first, almost as if they'd been given the direction, you're going to be two ends of this spectrum, right? We're going to have the sister who perfect word you used. Live wire. And then we're going to have the taciturn OJ. And at first it took me a while to adjust to that. I think they get to a place eventually, and maybe it was my adjustment, and they'd been doing this all along. But the more they're on screen together, they develop this teasing sibling dynamic that delivers many of the movies laughs. I think it's some of their exchanges. And again, this is probably more in the second half of the film that made me chuckle quite a bit. And I'll also say a supporting part, Brandon perea shows up as a big box Best Buy. I think it's like a fry's electronics. We don't have here in the Midwest, but I believe they're in California. He comes to their ranch to help them set up some cameras. And I feel like perea brought a nice, he kind of goose the movie with some comic energy that it didn't have. And once they were a trio, everyone seemed to start working off each other a little bit better, and it was almost as if kaluuya and Palmer two reacting off of paraa got to establish some more of that sibling dynamic that really works well. So I think you're on to something, it was a stumbling block for me at the beginning, but they eventually won me over and by the end of the film I think it was, I think both performances work. Let's be clear. There's nothing here like what lupita nyong'o was doing in us. So I came in if you came in hoping or even what clue you did and get out. Hoping for a performance like that, we don't get that, but I do think what they offer does end up working well for the film. Yeah, that's an astute point about how the dynamic changes or maybe it gets a little more refined once perea comes into the picture and you see more of that sibling dynamic, but then you've also touched on something there that was a little bit of a stumbling block for me. And that is the humor. We've seen in these films as intense and provocative as they are. And terrifying as they are and I'm talking about get out and us, there have still been these incredible moments of humor. And parts where you find yourself reacting to something or laughing at something so absurd, that you almost can't believe you're laughing at it when you think about the horror of what your experiencing and all that tension. And I felt and I'm going to throw up my own disclaimer here and say that this is one of those things that I think is fairly common at least it is for me where you see a film like this that is a puzzle that you're trying to figure out that you are also on edge watching. And when those jokes are injected, they can sometimes not land, but that's the kind of thing that on a second viewing they all land. And you see how it all fits together. But on this first viewing, the only moments of humor that worked, and I can think of two of them, though maybe there are more. Are the nods to the title of the movie, which are so perfect. They're perfectly delivered, and they're also perfect in their concise brilliance. You see the name of this movie. And we've been seeing the teasers about it for a long time, and we've been teased by it. And that's really all we've gotten. And you wonder, what could this movie be? What could it be about? What could the title suggest? And the only thing, I think most of us probably latched on to was something exactly like how it ends up playing out over the course of the movie. And those moments were hilarious. And almost everything else that was clearly designed to be a joke didn't land for me here the way again. It has with peels, other films. Perea, I think is fine. I don't mind the performance. I didn't necessarily find it amusing, and I think the cinematographer character who gets introduced, played by Michael wynatt, does feel like something out of another movie entirely that pushes it all just a little bit too far for me. So I didn't get the humor or I didn't find myself as invested in the humor. This time, and I'd ask you first, did you? It sounds like the jokes work for you a little bit more. But also maybe this is a film that isn't going for humor in the same way or to the extent those other films were. It's certainly not as funny as the previous two films. I would love it, when I see it again, what I'm going to try to do is actually take count of each time nope is used because it is used in the way you described as a joke a couple of times, and it's used maybe two or three other times as well, possibly also funny, but more casually too, and I do wonder if that is another puzzle piece
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"perea" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And here's a refresher in case you need it. Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer play OJ and emerald Haywood who are siblings and ranchers working in the family business of horse wrangling for film and TV productions. Their dad oda senior, played by Keith David, is killed unexpectedly by strange objects falling from the sky, and here's the first big spoiler, it soon becomes clear there's this saucer like object that's been hovering over their ranch for months. Seeing an opportunity to make some money off of a photo of a UFO, they tend to document it in action with the assistance of angel, an eager, electronic score employee played by Brendan perea. Michael wilcot plays antlers host, a filmmaker who still shoots on actual film. OJ and emerald recruit antlers to document the UFO. Steven Yeun plays Ricky Jeep park in amusement park owner and former child star who witnessed a notorious chimpanzee attack on the set of a TV sitcom. And Jordan Peele, of course, wrote and directed the film, which is out in theaters now. So I guess we should start with the very first scene. The chimpanzee. A chimpanzee with a bloodied face. And it's kind of roaming around this ominously empty sound stage, like a TV sound stage. What did you all make up this opening scene? When he started knocking on lady shoe, I was like, this is not for me. Right. I forgot to note, you can see a person's foot, yes. You don't see the rest of the body, but you see a person's foot who's lying on the ground. Yes. This is one of those scenes where it's sort of impressive how violent it feels because you don't see that much. The body is obscured by a couch. You see some blood on a shoe, you see the chimp is covered in blood, but you know, all the actions are just directly offscreen or obscured on screen, which is really interesting way to sort of dive into this movie where you don't think you're going to see a chimp at all. And then it breaks the fourth wall.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"perea" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Twists, and standout performances. Enter nope. His highly anticipated third feature about a small California town that bears witness to mysterious events. Daniel Kaluuya and Kiki Palmer star as siblings who get caught up in these weird occurrences. It's giving spielbergian and shyamalan vibes and is sure to stir up a lot of debate. I'm Aisha Harris, and today we're talking about nope. On pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining me today is writer NPR music contributor and co host of the bottom of the map podcast Christina Lee. Hi, Christina, welcome. Hi, Aisha. Also here with us is iHeartRadio producer Joel Monique. Welcome back, Joelle. Thanks for having me back at each other. I'm glad to be here. Yes, that's glad to have you here too. And last but not least, morning edition producer Mark rivers. Welcome back to YouTube, Mark. Thanks for having me, I used to. Okay, let's get into it. I feel like we have a lot to say about this movie. It's gonna be quite fun. So in nope, Daniel Kaluuya plays OJ yes OJ Haywood and Keke Palmer plays his fast talking sister emerald. They work in the family business of horse wrangling for film and TV productions. Some odd sightings and happenings occur at the family ranch, and the siblings team up to face the threat to their small California community. The cast also includes Steven Yeun, as Ricky Jeep park, a former child star turned amusement park owner. Brendan perea as angel in electronics store employee
Monocle 24: The Globalist
"perea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Peruvian president Pedro Castillo reshuffled his cabinet for the third time during his first 6 months in office. This comes amidst a raft of senior resignations as he faces criticism over his handling of issues such as the fight against corruption and an environmental disaster from an oil spill on Peru's Pacific Coast. While I'm joined now by an Italia sogo gravia perea, whose Professor of Latin American history at the university of Kent and Natalia is originally from Peru. Welcome to the show. Natalia Castillo, the first peasant to become president of Peru came to power in July. Now he made some lofty promises to the electorate then. What were they and has he delivered? He promised to change the country to end with corruption to make it a more equitable place. And he hasn't done anything that he promised. And I mean, this latest political turmoil has been unfolding for a while. Can you tell us how it began? Well, it began because he had appointed some very respectable people to cabinet and they were the mainly the interior minister of yin, was trying to dismantle a corruption racket within the police. And Garcia did not support him in fighting against this corruption racket. So he tended his resignation and the prime minister Mir Tabasco also very respected an environmentalist from northern Peru. She also tended to resignation in this ended the collaboration with a moderate left within his government. So all the ministers that had been very prepared and had been really trying to make some change in the country all left the government and it's been very much moved to more corrupt forces. So why does he not have support though in Congress? He has never had support in Congress. There are people who have never accepted him as president who have always just asked for him to either not be made president or to be ousted. So there have already been attempts to oust him and there is a very strong opposition against his government. And he's trying to move closer to those that oppose him. And whose replace the ministers that resigned. Are mainly from Congress or from political groups that have for a very long time been against Castile. So the prime minister valere, he comes from the extreme rights, the religious right groups that have denounced a year before. And this is a man who's known for having been part of several political organizations and to have his lobbyist interests at heart. And as we've been discussing, corruptions are major issue. Can the new finance minister address that? And also steady the currency which is tumbling. No, not at all. This is also there are many accusations about violence against women against several of the ministers. The number of women and men are completely lost balance and Cathy is very much a man in search of some semblance of control and he doesn't really have it. He gave some interviews last week to the international press at the national press where he was saying that he's learning on the job that he doesn't really know exactly how to manage and clearly what he decided is that he needed new blood and that the connections to more corrupt forces less left wing and more to the center or right was the way to go. But he has really had a very mixed response. So very negative response to the changes in the cabinet. Now, he has four and a half years left in office. Do you think he'll stay the course? Well, people have been talking about him being ousted from the minute he was put into the presidency. So it's anybody's guess how long he will last. And finally, Natalya, what's the latest on the environmental disaster caused by the oil spill? Well, the new environmental minister is less prepared even than the previous one who wasn't very prepared. The company Repsol, which is the Spanish gas company is not really taking responsibility. The cleanup project is not going very well and it's anybody's guess how deep this disaster will go. There's a long history of oil companies not taking responsibility for what they do. They usually do this in faraway places in the Amazon. So most people in Lima don't care, but now it's just outside the capital. It's into everybody's view and there are many angry people. Natalia, thank you very much indeed. That was Natalia sovereign perea of the university of Kent. Now, here's what else we're keeping an eye on today. U.S. president Joe Biden's announced that Abu Ibrahim Al Hashemi Al karashi, the leader of the Islamic State militant group died during an American raid. 13 civilians, including children reportedly also died during the incursion, which took place in Syria's Idlib province. For senior aides to Boris Johnson have resigned from their Downing Street posts amid growing pressure on the UK prime minister. The top aides include director of communications Jack Doyle, chief of staff, Dan rosenfield, and senior civil servant Martin Reynolds. And the South African company African biologics has used the sequence of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine to make its own version of the jab. The shot which could be tested on humans before the end of the year would be the first to be based on a widely used vaccine without the assistance of the developer. It's also the first mRNA vaccine to be produced at lab scale on the African continent. This is the globalist. Stay tuned..
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"Airlines airlines continue continue to to cancel cancel hundreds hundreds of of flights flights Christmas Christmas day day a a staffing staffing issues issues tied tied to to covert covert disrupt disrupt holiday holiday celebrations celebrations during during one one of of the the busiest busiest travel travel times times of of the the year year FlightAware FlightAware notes notes more more than than nine nine hundred hundred flights flights entering entering leaving leaving or or inside inside the the U. U. S. S. canceled canceled as as of of Saturday Saturday afternoon afternoon alone alone that's that's even even more more than than all all of of Friday Friday when when Gwen Gwen Perea Perea was was trying trying to to fly fly from from San San Francisco Francisco to to Houston Houston I I keep keep seeing seeing all all these these cancellations cancellations and and keeping keeping my my fingers fingers crossed crossed airlines airlines like like American American delta delta and and United United say say the the Omicron Omicron variant variant is is fueling fueling staffing staffing shortages shortages it's it's also also increasing increasing covert covert rates rates something something flyer flyer to to Emporia Emporia is is nervous nervous about about as as he he waits waits at at SFO SFO airport airport hoping hoping to to get get a a flight flight I'm I'm sure sure there's there's people people in in this this turn turn around around on on the the plane plane who who are are positive positive audio audio courtesy courtesy KGO KGO TV TV I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
"perea" Discussed on Double Toasted
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I saw that they had this thing called the mcrib. My mother said alright babe. What kind of happy meal you want. And i said i know happy meal for me today today today. I think that i've outgrown. That happened is right there. I want the main readable man. You order from the from the adult side okay. Hell yeah man i. That's what i knew. It was a man. Some people say that you went to the adult menu. Okay yeah man. I don't give me no happy meal. No some people say is when they lost virginia. They knew they were man. Some people got first car. Now that i was a man at ten years old when i got the megara hell yeah stupid. Yeah megara max but the reason why have pizzas is because i i used to eat the mag real with pride because he went on a limited time only so i was like oh shit. Well you didn't you know what that makes you feel more special. So i always felt like i remember. The day was a man. One eight two meg rib then. I was working at an office. I've got the meg rib. I went in there and i forgot that i was working with a bunch of hipster white people so they jumped on my ads. So quick mac. Rib. why are you eating that. Do you know that's not even a real real shit all up in your happy. What is that up in your in your food. what's that about. It was at the time where i was with a bunch of a bunch of hipsters man all health conscious and everything tubs a beer tons of coffee jump on the riba. My pleasure man make ribbons where they draw the line. Yes they finish dealers coke smoking some senses. They'll come at you like oh man. You shouldn't be eating that. Let me get another here. Get a bump will come at you. Yeah telling me straight up. I mean like intervention. Do you know. do you know what that is. Do you know like like fresno felt bad. I felt angry. They treated me like i was stupid. Did you notice that. You've been a real rib novel. 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Monocle 24: The Globalist
"perea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"All around the world. It's time now. For an update on trade and economy with vicky pryce economists and former joint head of the uk government's economic service. Vicky good morning to you. Let's start with a look at interest rates. What's new here but what is news. The benjamin had this meeting this weekend yesterday announced that he wasn't going to raise interest rates from the point one percent that they were at have been edge for quite some time now which is a record low anyway and that is despite the fact that inflation is increasing above the target that the bank of england has set which is true and there are concerns goes including with the bank of england is forecasting that inflation rates will go up even further and buzzfeed reach four percent at the end of the year. And is that. Is that your perception that that will happen. Oh yes. I think we sing that happening. Everywhere else would be amazed if it doesn't happen in the uk to remember in the us. We now have inflation rates over five percent even though again then talk it is to under. The federal reserve has decided not to do anything about it for the time being. They think it's temporary and it's likely to be temporary here in the uk too. But it's too soon to tell thank you but we have seen over. The last year is substantially increasing commodity. Prices remember. that would times last year when Or advice is when negative in fact well now they've increased obviously to prevent pandemic levels at times been above that from seeing other commodity prices which have been affected by the fact that mines were closed because of kobe. Door supply constraints on also increasing there aren't shortages of pods and wages arising many areas because they're also short skills Well let's look at these wages because uk starting salaries have risen by a record amount indeed. It's surprising way that companies are able to support that because obviously so many firms have had condition through the whole coverage era and they haven't been able to many sectors making money totally factor had no revenues and the heads tolls make. The prime says moore kovic secure so lots of costs. They had helped because the government in all sorts of ways but nevertheless is happening right now. Is that those shortages that exist because people are their own part of the country or the left particular sectors. They were working in session was going to do something else. So they've left the labor market altogether because of the conditions. That were there before now. Fem center pay an awful lot more to attract them so wages going up significantly and starting salaries. It's really what worries you're trying to attract someone you're paying the starting salaries which considerably high the maybe somebody else would be getting. Who has been there for quite some time. What that does it raises the level of role. And i think that's the worry facial just talking about before if inflationary expectations through wages ation become entrenched. Then maybe some of them station increase may become a bit more permanent. And i think the bank of england is waiting to see whether that would happen has already given a hints that it will be patch. Intervene foster in terms of interest rate increases and also doing something about quantitative easing that is being buying. Liz abondoned secretary marketing. My less might take in other words. Stop doing that faster than would otherwise if done so they watching without any doubt. Those wages are significantly equation. Now let's talk about this new tax on the legal sector. Something has being doing one for quite some time. I remember we had a very tough a year and a bitch. In terms of public finances government is said to intervene very significantly bore an awful lot over three hundred billion last year. Boring quite law this year as well which is huge about what had been expected. So i've been discussing the possibility of maybe windfall taxes on those that have done rather well well on the legal side. Of course some of the big firms have been making quite quieter money and also what's prophets. The pomace have been making his obviously attracted little attention as an old idea of imposing a levy on the legal profession which was originally aimed to just support the legal aid system which itself is suffering terms of not having enough money to do its job has resurfaced. It seems but now of course a everyone can see that the government is going to need to do is just raise more funds. And maybe it's more windfall than in real restructuring of the ads illegal service that perhaps advantage originally when was mooted when he was The minister in charge at the time. But why does low phones. I mean is there no not an opportunity then to levy some kind of tax across the board on people who've done exceptionally well during this period. Indeed you could be presumably wider. I mean the tech firms have done very well if you already had of course taxing them. The pharmaceutical firms have also done well and then look at banks and then what we had recently is quite substantial increase in ability which hadn't quite been expected to push them considerably during the endemic and quite a lot of nas is expected to be making an materialize for the racing reserves. That doing quite well. We've had even not west which is still mostly u k government owned a announce quite good results recently. Yes there is. An argument of the has. bean We did do that sometime ago. And the energy sector imposing possibly a windfall tax. It is very difficult to sell politicos to supporters of the bonding charge but nevertheless that's sort of idea which would be amazed if it wasn't being considered at least in the treasury right now. I wonder how those the how the legal sector is is reacting to that negatively. Already have said or at least certainly. That's what we understand have reacted quite negative. Today's i reacted very negatively to that when it was first mooted So but of course it will be a negative actions. Now there is a question of you buzzing attacks does do any good in the long term and there has to be some proper assessment. This weather in the end. They will do harm than good. But if you are in a position where you have this huge debt and barring still quite lot because there's still support being given to the communists had this extra reinsurance king coupla dispatching for the music industry so they don't on and venues will generally the music the entertainment sector so that some of the losses that firms are making things i cancelled can at least ensured that insurance with government backing underneath that suggests amiga. There's going to be an extra help. Which i think is a good idea for particular sectors which would find it hard to become like the rest of the economy will and they will still need to be support particularly after immense so yes. We still need to be borrowing. And he's going to be looking at ways. Could these absolutely vicky pryce. Thank you very much. Indeed this is the globalist on monocle twenty. Four france is trialing and anti-noise radar scheme. 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The Final Furlong Podcast
"perea" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Doing not with dogs of dog is a domestic animal. You wouldn't be shooting at a distance in a room that there'd be an absolute outcry in the same way that there is this what the panorama showed did. Is it provoked. Perea provoked a reaction from the public against racing and it did its job wealth. The people have spoken to many people that have nothing to do with race in. They know that. I have horses has spoken to me and they're like what is it really like you know it's a lot on. It's nothing like that when i go into slaughter houses that we use regularly for cows and sheep. It's not like for them either. And they've been bred. Go in the foot in the food chain arguably their young animals as well who wants to be a pension sheep. I don't it's a case of when i think. Probably the answer to horses not going in the food chain and racehorses particularly not going in the food chain is the horses should be bred to go in the food chain. And i know that that is probably a controversial thing to say as well that we should have animals pets on the given the veteran assistance and drugs that the needs throughout their lifetime for them to be the best pet. The best racehorse. The best racing dog the best racing pigeon that they can be essentially saying that there are certain horses. That should be bred specifically to be thoroughbreds to race. And then if you want this this idea of horses in the food chain than breed certain horses for that job like you would breeding sheep in and they come under the same standards. Then as all those older animals about dr- drug withdrawal periods and the safety of the food chain traceability. You cannot use the trade ability of a random pony that's been kept by an person that has been self medicating it with also drugs and then when they get old. Twenty-three is old and the circumstances change. They want to move to spain to retire that they then thyroid's their horse into a slaughterhouse five hundred quits. Jesus but they've been given it all sorts in the meantime because that's the reality and the reality of that is is that it puts the entire food chain at risk. And that's a bigger picture than anything about racing so i think that's going to be like the finale piece on this and a break down the fourth wall in a minute with our listeners. As well if you don't mind. But i'm going to double back to to tammy's hill Because you and i spoke beforehand and you've got very passionate about it so you have the interview. You have Darragh macintyre they're doing. His voice over here is tami's hill in the irish grand national clearly being put down and then five years later mysteriously. He appears in this abattoir. But nikola you are explained to me off. Air dot is just complete over defensible. It is like i live on the moon. there is no way the The first scenario is actually at the national that somebody went and raked not chip. That's been in. Thomas hills net seven years and the minute he was born at a microchip microchip within the first month. I think rules are slightly different at the time. It might have been three months but anyway he got a microchip as a fall. He then dies on irish grand national day age seven so he's chimpanzees net for at least six and a half years is well embedded into the muscle in his neck. In a fit racehorse. There is no way that somebody spent an hour with a scalpel trying to find that microchip surrounded by all vets and security and everything else. That was i'm national day. So them on the off chance to go. Oh i might be able to recycle outcast poll microchip how about holes into another host five years down the line. I think that snow. Reo is so pie in the sky..
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"perea" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"Let me give example. Right now tyler. Whatever you do right now tyler. Do not think of the color blue. Do not think of the color. Blue right now k. Whatever you do what you do. You've thought of the color blow. Yeah okay. I found it what you're wearing. It's right there. So my point is is that the brain will pay attention to what we have recorded and most of us unless you grew up in ghandi's house my house and i'm just kidding unless you grew up in a home. That really focused on that. Positivity that asset word choice. We're choices used tyler. Were choice is huge in life. There must than you grew up in a home like that you may. You probably grew up in deficit based were choice home. The focused on don't don't don't we do that as parents to protect our kids i get it. I understand it. But so i it's always focusing on what we can do and build from there instead of what we can do for sure. I was the at outs. About two years ago. I distinctly remember being on the sideline in a huddle with a football team and they called a timeout fourth and short right called timeout calls. Everybody over coach goes. Don't jump off sides guys. Don't jump off sides guys. Don't check off sides soon as we broke the huddle house like this is. This is a disaster. What you know exactly what happened. Yeah you i was just like your hot stove ing this huddle so bad right now right you know and and it was just a painful moment but predictable when when you start to vocalise those things what in this time of covid with empty arenas protocols feel like their sport but there's less camaraderie just because people don't get a college teams. That people aren't around lunch rooms in the social development time as that comes back and people start to fill arenas what are some impossible that great challenges you see athletes facing as they kind of or maybe not Get back to you know maybe a a life that was the previous routine. Yeah well i you know. One of the biggest challenges that covert provides is the lack of social interaction through athletics and sports. I mean we'd love that aspect of it in fact a lot of people don't stop and think about this sport. Competition is social interaction. we have in our society. Let me give an example. So if i go into a classroom and i take an exam and i failed that exam. There's two people that are gonna know me and the professor me and my teacher right to people..
"perea" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"I've been in some saunas that have that. Red infrared lie in some of that is that aiming to do similar things to the body just different methods yes so we have the biomass which are like six foot long by two or three feet wide and you lie down on him and those when you heat we have a motherboard that controls the heat. That's provided underneath the crystals when you combine heat to credit to amethyst crystals if provides provides what we call far infrared waves and those waves are what com the body. And i and so what i was doing you know. I think i don't know if you we've talked about this. But i was the broncos psychologist fifteen sixteen when we won the super bowl. But after that i left and went to miami and i was there psychologists and you know one of our quarterbacks there was having an issue with with anxiety and so i developed this three step methodology. So i have quarterbacks now all performance lay on the mat then i put what's called alpha stinnett clips on their ear loads ear lobes in stimulates the alpha brainwaves. The alpha brainwaves have to do with anxiety depression and insomnia so stimulates alphabrain waves and then we'd put headphones on him. And we'd put sound frequency therapy. Which is any kind of sound above. Nine hundred. twenty four megahertz. So when we do those three things in combination it decalcified the gland of the brain which helps with concentration in focus we stimulate alphabrain ways through electrical current from two basis on the air lobes and then in the crystals regulate the central Comic nervous systems. So when you have those three modalities going at once. You're relaxing the body. The central nervous system the brain and so the brain is our motor. So what what quarterbacks will tell me. And he's permitted to use his name. Ryan tannehill is is one of them. I've worked with who was comeback player of the year last year. For the justice titans. He's his description as that he feels more relaxed than ever but yet more focused. That's a pretty cool combination because usually when you're ultimately relaxed you're not as focused. You're kinda just shelter. But he said. I'm so relaxed. But yet so so dialed in and focus so These methodologies tyler really.
"perea" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"Reach one hundred percent of your potential in if you think about it. That's why people get sideways for bronco fans for example here locally. They saw Jerry jeudy this season has a couple of games where he was dropping numerous passes. And if you think about it. After i drop he probably was thinking about that. He didn't want to drop a pass and in the in the mental game. We say If you have to force yourself to think about stumping that is probably not convenient good situation so what he probably did as us thinking about his last drop so then that led to drop in the next one drop in the next one because he wasn't present because if you take each individual plan you make present which is mindfulness. You make it present you filter out. What happened on the last. You filter out. What happened last quarter the last game each independent but mindfulness took off from the business world organization world and then we started applying it in the early two thousands for sports for athletics. And it's been very good. I mean it's it's i as a phd myself..
"perea" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"There are a lot of defensive checkoffs to make an if you didn't regulate yourself emotionally. You wouldn't be able to do that. And so i remember. We had a kid in camp with us. I remember his name. Last name was locked. I don't remember his first name but physically he was he was a freak. I mean he was a freak. I mean fast strong athletic everything but he would get frustrated. He would get upset at himself. Because he couldn't remember the checkoffs and the defenses to check down too so he wasn't able to have success and then conversely someone like carl who is able to regulate himself and kind of had a very consistent moved to him he was able to regulate itself. Go through the checkoffs. So you could start to see him. Elevate as time went through training camp because he could. He could run the defenses the way they're supposed to be run and so. The coaches are linebacker coach. Which who is merle. More back then would would start to show favoritism to him because he could run the defenses where supposed to run whereas the other guys who may be freaks from the neck down. Couldn't run the defense. They were supposed to run so that was that one characteristic is regulation of emotions. And we call that somatic anxiety. Which is the body cognitive anxiety. Which is thinking. Sure taking a kind of a tangent. Here why is developing mindset. Why is frontloading seems to be like a buzz term lately. Frontloading some of that work. Can you explain what maybe one what that is in to why it's beneficial for us mentally and performance wise. Yeah we'll front-load in his just teaching yourself What we call. Ps t psychological skills training. How to regulate yourself and how to be a really good spot before anxiety hits or as we call it before live. Bullets are flying. Owed it you get up front in the in the mental side of the game. You're prepared you know in in our industry performance slash sports psychology.
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
Saving and Sowing Seed With Ken Druse
"GONNA have that with in the comments with the transcript of the show. So what the heck are you doing over there? Well. You know this this idea started because I when we talk, what am I doing? Oh Yeah I'm collecting aid of things that have ripening, which is this is the perfect time to keep your eye out for seeds especially of ornamental plants that you want to come back next year and I know you've got an abundance of Angelica goes. So those biennial, the plants that. They're so themselves right now or we can collect seeds and scattered them where we can collect seeds and start them indoors in the winter. But the time to catch those seeds before they drift away and You know like the JELICA I can't grow GIG US we've talked about that but I can grow Arc Anjelica and Atro- Perea you ever seen that one with purple stems so beautiful. And Paki carpet sorry he's talking Latin folks already we haven't even gotten. A bit Anjelica attr- appropriate is the purple stemmed Angelica, but I made that name up. so So yes and so some of those. Those Angelica are biennial Lsu, said, what are some of the other things when you look around that? You have in the garden that you would be targeting because you said you, you don't do well with that with the anjelica guess that I grow. That's kind of got those big wine colored. On bowls flowers at this time following that are followed a beautiful purplish green bud. The other ones do quite well for me and they're forming their basal rosettes kind of flat growth which next year just like a lettuce plant will bolt, they'll shoot up their flower spike sometimes with an Argon Jelica. Seven or eight feet tall got some moisture. Right, and and that's what you said when you said. Basal, Rosettes. One of the important things, and this is maybe we'll get to this later but. Know, how to recognize these babies because if they saw themselves or if you some of them outside, you don't WanNa destroyed accidentally later you know anyway. Yeah. So so sometimes takes a little homework looking things up and I always love when websites show or reference books show the seedling the babies as well as the grownup plant anyway. Okay. We'll get to that later we'll digital and. I don't have so much luck with. The Regular Fox glove that everybody loves for some reason I think this is all due to my sandy soil the one little more moisture. The other digital us like Vera Guinnea is that the one lend lend Tanai think is one and Ludia, which is this little plant plant's not that little bit of flowers. The Spike is covered with these creamy yellow little flowers, but it's covered with them and that's self sows or you can collect the seed or you can sprinkle the seed where you'd like it to grow and it's not a big thug just. Usually, one plant will drop a seed and or lots, and then you'll get one flanagan. I do so ver, bask them. I
U.S. Marine dies of injuries in Australian training accident
"Decorated, US marine from Fairfax has died in Australia days after a military training accident twenty one year old Lance corporal, Hans Sandoval Perea died of injuries suffered during a routine training exercise in an Australian military facility near Darwin in the country's far north about twenty five hundred marines are stationed in Darwin as part of an annual rotation program. Mm-hmm.
The Dana Show
'Let me get my heads': Virginia woman charged in decapitation death of West Virginia man
"How death row jerry diva's opinion thou shalt not disagree it's the eleventh commandment of the commandments we don't read anyway yeah and then a woman was arrested for beheading her boyfriend told cops let me go get my head's perea west virginia woman allegedly beheaded her boyfriend last week she told the police who arrested or did they had to let her go back and get her heads rowena cheryl mills was charged with second degree murder on april first in mercer county she was covered in blood gave him a false name and then when they arrested her that she said you gotta take me back and let me get my head's oh apparently there were other body parts there so she may have been right more of the danger show coming up stay with us.