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Science, Interrupted - lives, loves, labs upended by COVID19
"Welcome to science friction on the Tash Mitchell and this is science interrupted and possibly radio interrupted because I have a puppy snoring very audibly and loudly at my fate right now working from home folks. It's tremendously difficult to think of not of not finishing the work. It's tremendously difficult booking with. Todd's is always a race against time as your money formation but the majority of the information are actually Mike. God really this pandemic has swift in Lancaster. Nami hasn't gotten caught us. All by complete surprise wherein collective state of shock really and for many scientists so much at stake use of experiments field work results. Clinical trials patients students the lives of lab animals the consequences for so many Deeply personal and in some cases could affect the lives of thousands of others and other species too so today on the show. Three scientists with three. Clemson's how are you? How are you going? Yeah yeah good bevy. What's been over and I met this morning by spin. Had this zone call with a bunch of other people from Perth and she was basically lap. Hold us on. He's a roller coaster. Look to Paula. Magni won fame lab Australia competition last year. And she's a senior lecturer in forensic science at Murdoch University in Perth at my husband across line pharmacist in Perth so possibly meeting people affected by Kobe. Nine hundred every single day but right now Paul easing Singapore where she also works as deputy dean of Murdoch University's campus there. Her baby daughter with her and Shayna husband don't know when they'll be able to be reunited. He was going to be concerned. Who are going to be concerned as well but this is probably the best option for the moment. We hope that these are going to be only for a while but for the moment it is what it is and not say his daughter for very many many months. Yeah so they can see each other only by by video call. That is a huge gift. Imagine these happening ten years ago or more could be better than years ago but the situation is changing. So much isn't it? It's still very unclear what's going to happen with international flights around the world. Yeah absolutely impossible to make any predictions at the moment. Also because Australia is getting way better especially Western Australia. Because he's very much aware from every everybody else. Singapore is experiencing a second important peak of cases compared to other countries. We are leaving this situation pretty pretty well. Syncopal learned a lot from this SARS situation and we didn't have many cases at all until a few weeks ago when they borders. Were going to be closed. Many people from all over the world wanted to come back to Singapore and they came back or seek your Italian and the saints. Coming out of Italy of Bain very very distressing during this pandemic rot from early on. What does that make food for you and your family in Italy? I speak with them every day and I make sure that they have everything they need. I've managed to the to do online shopping for them from Singapore to have them home. My grandmother she turned ninety seven last week. And the she's safe and sound in a healthcare facility but this is the first time in live in which he doesn't see my mom my Auntie for more than two days in a row and they edge facilities at being locked down so yeah. It's an interesting learning curve for for the family and there's also a big exercise Of Trust for the words day in the facilities Singapore has now gone into a lockdown and polar and colleagues having to move really fast to put their university courses online. She's also supporting students around the world with their projects now influx and Maija grant application processes of import on pause to then this Horon Research. You'll work as a forensic scientist into an expert on many crime scene investigations in Italy. You're now doing forensic science research here in Australia. And you shared this curious photo with me of what you describe as your babies back in the land in Perth in Western Australia. And it had me totally intrigued. What is it a fraud all? So my baby's baby Bob Nichols not people say barnacles as babies about Research I USED NICHOLS FOR CLEVELAND. Investigation when aboard US found in a in aquatic environments in the Ocean. So because bunny goes at annoying. They attach on anything that he's flogging. It is underwater and they stuck on that we can identify what they Ya. So where is the body confront? From how long the bodies in water and also the journey the talk the body from the primary campsie what was dumped in the ocean to the place where the body was found so they can be very interesting but it is not that to do this kind of research. We need to have colonies of Barnacles in in the lab so we keep having them in in Aquaria but the they eat small because Kobe algae so we had to grow the algae as well. You can now go to the supermarket and Buy Balaji and beside that. I work input on seeking to. Malaysia is whether it is the study of insects and we have colonies of flos is in as well is very difficult to keep up with them with the colonies at the moment when a when they laboratories have been shot because often of the issue that is going on. It's incredible work so you've got. These baby barnacles back in the lab in Perth. And will they die because the I guess? Barnacles barnacles one concern but there are labs all over the world with experimental animals of all shapes sizes and varieties and species from Retz to mice and onwards barnacles to that possibly going to be compromised or cold. Because of this global shutdown. I will say maybe the research would be compromised. The life of the of the animal is probably not because all the university have the ethical necessity of looking after all the animals that they have so all. The university have in place measures to look after all the animals in the different labs. I was a bit dramatic because I miss my babies. I guess when I think about my Banoco sometimes you feel like what he's the. Utd All my job in the big scheme in the big picture of things really for researchers. Like me probe's is a big wakeup call about the the importance of your search but at the same time that the world is big and many other things are important on a different scale. So I remember the first had with Bundy cars and the head. The mother of this guy that was found on the shore there was crying on this loss and I was the only personal gather information that could give a piece bring justice to this family bring closure to the victim so these another victim. He's not a cove in nineteen victim but my research he's
Racism at the school gate and education reclaimed (Part 2)
"Aikido got You Butterfly Net Enhancement. Gravity Heaven and what she step. We're right next to the Bank of Torrens River on Ghani country in the heart of Adelaide plays. Don't fall in the torrents. Those of you that are not South. Straighten off a good ribbon polling today on the white out feeling very sorry. Try and start wipers water Do into the podcast of last week. Show if you've arrived at the dorms late because we're on camp here on science friction and it's going well. Everyone's getting on. This is the C. Syros Aboriginal Summa School for Excellence in technology and science and I'm living in with the nearly forty indigenous students from across the strategy here from Perth to the Torres Strait. They've come from far and wide and it's great to have you with us to on the Tesha Mitchell. You've caught an enormous something or dragonfly. It's huge thing. It was just innocent. Thought Maybe we could Kate Me Swan and then if we get any more or less just Alana line Patched candidate the University of Adelaide so working on parasitic wasps. My mission is to teach a bit more of an appreciation awareness of what's around which these kids have embraced wholeheartedly fishnet Connor Looking. It's camouflaged really. Yeah so as part of ABC's walking together. I'm bringing you powerful personal stories from three generations of indigenous. Australians today on racism in classrooms on triumphantly pushing past the low expectations others can have foyer and are knowing who you Would Hi this is a Science Camp Theresa? Let's get some of that good stuff at by the reba without insect. Nate's I love it because when I was little I used to do this in the backyard. I'll just for the fun of it. Like we did. Ones and lacked playful the bugs and stuff and Done things we went touches. The real big because that's scary. This is year eleven student Catherine. She's from Queensland. I've always had a interest in biodiversity because when I was lying about it in school I just found it fascinating the way things like adapted to the surroundings and how strong Some animals off. But do you think you might study in Uni? I definitely want medicine like the medicine. Science and even in science medicine side of it because on surf fascinated about the way humans like animals too but mostly humans alphabrain the actual workings about nerves and our nervous system and everything. I just find it so fascinating to fix people with your knowledge of that. It's just it's mind blowing to me. If you're ever original or Torres Strait islander you make up about three percent over strides population but just under two percent of all students enrolled at university are indigenous. That's growing by around half of a said over the last decade or side when it comes to Unical says in the natural and physical sciences. It and engineering. Less than one percent of students are indigenous for first year medicine. That's around two point. Four percent and of course completion rights alarm but this camp is about helping to change that. It's about road tasting university. Simon names macaroni. I'm an epidemiologist with. Csiro food and nutrition and things are about to get very real for the students right now. We're talking about their activities for the rest of the week and in particular their inquiry which is quite a lot of pressure for them. They'll need to spend a lot of their time thinking about the question that they want to investigate for the next few days and then they'll have to be ready to present it by next week. You asking them to do scientific experiment in two days scientific inquiry. That might be an experiment but it might be some other activities but yet in today's Yep they'll spend a lot of the allison a day. Doing it will be under a lot of pressure but based on previous years they do a great job so they've got to collect data definitely have to collect data they'd go to interpret data and they'll go to present it all of the precious situations for them so the pressure is on from pretty much all mice now not quite a couple of days. I think they'll feel it from tomorrow morning. Hitler research can be conceded. A A dirty word Saith West head is a young research scientist irregular mentor on these caves. He comes from Alaba Coal. And we're edgy. Country in these half miles research was something that was done on. Aboriginal people not with Aboriginal people and certainly not let by aboriginal people but as we get more aboriginal academics in high positions within the academy. This is where we can start to see a change of the culture so we need young people. All of the students present curious and inquisitive mind and from my perspective. That's all you need to be a scientist. The rest is just learning the specific language to answer the specific questions that you come up with and that's just a process. Anybody can do that. We really made more indigenous people in science. We've got so much work today. But we need more indigenous people everywhere. It's hard to access education for aboriginal people and are stolen papal. It's hard to walk to welds of wanting to preserve your own culture and sense of identity. Sometimes studying integrate main sacrificing culture identity and sometimes staying strong culture means sacrificing education. Perhaps no one knows these more than an ano education later. I made it a gathering by the five page of the Wheelchair Boarding House. Where all staying at Miami's Ruben and direct for education does P. Y. Yeah we didn't on almost for you know all the people it's our language and then another language as we had last week students from the remote traditional lands of the unindo people in South Australia. Come stay here. We'll check to go to high school in Adelaide. Now looking at you know dairies. To Wolves do peak will come together. You know the wisden world is really important that are now people need to get educated through sure school to get a job and money travel around you know speak language English and understand where there was an will come from and why why we see really important pulled in you know kids to university by his crowd. I need to build than me on the stand with coming from and you're not educated to vision. It's a big thing you know for
Trump Administration Faces Economic Test as Coronavirus Shakes Markets
"The World Health Organization raised its risk assessment of the virus to very high on Friday just one level short of declaring a global pandemic as fears have mounted stocks have plunged the Dow Jones industrial average dropped three hundred and fifty points on Friday or more than one percent for the week the Dow fell more than twelve percent capping off the market's worst week since the financial crisis that began in two thousand eight this all comes at a politically charged moment president trump and his top aides are lashing out at critics in Congress it's on edge about a whistle blower report and whether lawmakers can come together on emergency funding and Democrats they are still searching for a standard bearer on the eve of the South Carolina primary in next week's super Tuesday showdown joining me at the table your niece Alsen door White House correspondent for the PBS newshour and Peter Baker chief White House correspondent for The New York Times in from Chicago yes I mean I would Taliban health policy reporter for The Washington Post president trump name vice president Mike pence as the point person for the administration's response this move is being questioned by Democrats and health experts in the administration's early decisions are already under scrutiny as you guys need and her colleagues wrote in the post a whistle blower is a legend the department of health and Human Services said quote more than a dozen workers to receive the first Americans evacuated from Wuhan China the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak without proper training for infection control or appropriate protective gear yes I mean what is the US government prepared for this crisis I think a lot of criticism has come from the moves that U. S. government made a couple of years preceding this crisis John Bolton the former national security adviser had disbanded a unit within the White House that was set up to prepare for this kind of thing back in twenty eighteen so when this came there was no immediate clear leadership as to who should be in charge you do have a top health officials who have been involved in other responses health and Human Services secretary Alex ease our was in the bush administration during the sars outbreak eight Anthony fast yet the NIH has been involved in several outbreaks of for decades but there was a lack of leadership at the beginning and a lot of that came because there was the disbanding of that unit within the White House and the pandemic preparedness people whose sole job was to Perth prepare for an event like this and cuts to the CDC that did global monitoring to to detect outbreaks before they spread out of control yes I mean do officials who are there feel like they can speak out and tell the truth to the American people or do they have to go through vice president Mike pence I think there's still a lot of confusion with all the events of this week and that change in leadership we do know from our reporting that now all communications regarding the outbreak in the message to the public do you need to be routed through the vice president's office some people say it's just to make sure the administration has a coordinated message because on Tuesday we saw conflicting and messages that were sort of overlapping and conflicting with one another but it still remains unclear whether the scientists and top health officials are going to be able to speak freely or if the administration wants to take a different posture because of the way the markets have reacted
The radical experimenters: a rapper, a poet, and a biological artist
"The first three minutes of the universe doesn't expansion simultaneously Teini Asli everywhere not zero second but close the first hundred of a second hotter than the hottest star blew hot bruting rooting halt. The nor Smith Says Earth was not found or heaven above but in a yawning gap. That was grasp but no way there were no vikings kings. No Vanilla no lampshades but there was Lego like for life in the first three minutes of the universe everything started added to come together. ferment began to develop lips to form the word poem. one-star dreamed of turning away and now they're just so it could have time. I'm to shape clay. The universe became a rogue gallery of Jigsaw fighting for space and in quiet moments. Mango juice squeezed from the heavens and sparkled like Shaq suits. There was the first spoonful of the CARTWHEEL GALAXY N G C one. Three six five with its. Jim Like bots spiraled wills sentence hyperion Jupiter's moons pulsars born cramping the styles of the middle. I molecules began collecting just so that the wood Po Quaid could be part of this missing in the first three minutes of the universe. Atoms rose dancing and just like the poet. Rumi said they were dancing like madmen. Happy on miserable and they just kept on dancing lover. Melvin poet and performer Alicia. Sometimes there with her pace the first three minutes of the universe and Tesha Mitchell joining you for science friction. We're at this end of the universe you are about to in Canada. I eight poetry cosmos a biological artist who grows organisms as living artworks and a rat performer. Whose lyrics ricks pulse site with? Science Professor Oren Katz is co-founder of the Tissue Culture and art project and director of the University of Western. Australia's influential art. Science lab symbiotic. Baba Brinkman is a new york-based rep performer and playwright whose awesome Rep God's to science audits range from climate change to consciousness and Alicia sometimes is most recent show. Particle wave gathered audiences under planetarium dimes times. These three creative experiment is pushing the elastic boundaries of both at n science and shared a stage at the quantum words festival in Perth. Recently cently he's Aleisha reflecting on those first three minutes. What we want to do when we passion about and scientists connect with an audience? And I I have that problem I'm full of hyperbole and scientists aren't and I love that about them and they care about the mess they care about the facts and I hear all that and I read all that and then I'm just like oh his blitz. He's some poetry so I remember Reading Steven Weinberg's book the first three minutes of the universe and it's full of great fact so this was my interpretation mango juice squeezing from the heavens technically correct Richt by the way the physicists would disagree in that universe buddies taking a obviously a poetic license. But that's what I as a poet what I can never find the right words and the reason the movie dirty dancing connected so well with me. Is that moment. That one of the main characters is carrying a watermelon win and she goes up to Patrick swayze who she likes and says. I carried a watermelon. And that's all she can say and that is what I am like so often. I can't find the exact words and I love that about science that they can find words really matter and in a scientific communication or scientific paper hyper words mean everything but I love as a poet. I can sort of pie around with that and Taika Pot. Isn't it interesting that you draw contrast because as I often think when I'm reading your work that infect poetry and science scherer conciseness and brevity of language precision each word gets placed with intent. And yet your thinking of the relationship is quite contrasted. I totally understand what you're saying. And Brevity is so true and as a poet and I'm sure poets in the audience. They can understand this. Every word matters this and carries it's white but the thing is how do you communicate dark matter. Or how do you communicate Nebula something in biology or does I mean I can never find the right words. I love in contact. A film inspired by. Carl Sagan's book by the same. I'm Nice Cellular pinup boy. I'm so glad it was there. I didn't know you were gonNA talk about him. When demon haunted world is such an important political inspiring because well the Jodi foster character Elliott Airway says when she's thrust into space they should have center poet and finally why Korea I get to go in space so maybe on Amazon or something? I'll get to go just to ago. Mango juice everywhere. Do you feel like you could take sides. Or is that that's not your raisin for you all the Wanda I'm about to wonder in storytelling. I do understand that sometimes the failure of can you just beautifying science and that is somehow not enough and and that's why I love what so many people do is they take it apart in question and what aren was hanging is just so incredible what they do but I yes yeah so just like the storytelling and I really need to communicate it to audiences so they can just take away a little bit of wondering their pocket full of wonder. Hey John Adams Americans said you never learn if you have a poet in your pocket. I just loved that I said what are you trying to do with. I've seen your show particle wave. which takes you inside a planetarium? Describe it for people but also what you're hoping to do with that piece it's musical visual Poetic Extravaganza yes. I loved canvas of the Planetarium Dome and from when I was young and a lot of you would feel feel the Siamese diaby lie back. And you've got this gorgeous. Almost three sixty canvas above you and so I wanted to use that canvas to sell tell held. The story of gravitational waves got to work with a lot of scientists and I recorded a lot of scientists and I want the general public to coming and have a sense of awe four so it mixes poetry music visuals just to tell the story from general relativity some black holes look lookit to kill an and just sort of pint pitcher and I want people to come out and say well I might go read up on that but I had a science instinct come in an eighteen year old. He said that she walked in wanting to do chemistry and came out wanting to do gravitational wave astronomy. And I'm like my works done. That's enough poet delicious. Sometimes there when you think about rap song lyrics what comes to mind politics. Maybe six drugs love last year. American crime and punishment. Absolutely what about science though not really well here as Baba Brinkman canadian-born and and married to a neuroscientist at some point these graduate in comparatively chat court the science bug big time and he's now a renowned science communicate through he's rap gods to things like climate change evolution human nature religion and culture my first rap theater popularisation project CHAUCER's Canterbury Tales and a An evolutionary biologists in England saw that and he said good job. Now do you think you could do for Darwin. What you did for Chaucer and the first time I was introduced to do a performance which was at the Darwin Bicentennial Mark Pailin? The biologist introduced me by saying. Don't worry I checked his lyrics. You're about to witness the first ever rap performance. That's peer reviewed house like peer reviewed rap. That's the best idea ever confession. Spend my whole life perplexed. By Religiousness Front doorstep debating with Jehovah Witnesses I was a teenaged empirical thinker a spiritual seeker obsessed with rap. I considered it liberal research. This was the medium the Daca thinking speaking flipping ridiculous speech over beats like every weekend weekend my CD collection became my personal gospel. I wasn't apostle I think part of it was an unexpected side effect of doing science. This communication rap projects and that side effect was that I became way more gangster rapper
Some commercial airlines reroute flights amid Mideast risks
"Commercial airlines are re routing flights throughout the Mideast to avoid potential danger during heightened tensions between the United States and around the majority of airlines around the world will bypass most Iranian and Iraqi airspace as many already steer clear of Syrian an Afghan airspace Australia's Qantas Airways says the D. Terrel at fifty minutes to with Perth to London flight time forcing it to reduce passenger numbers and revenue in order to carry more jet fuel the FAA is barred American carriers from air space over around the Gulf of Oman and the waters between Iran and Saudi Arabia schedule changes could impact up to fifteen thousand passengers a day Lenten flight times by up to ninety minutes and bruised the bottom line for
Some commercial airlines reroute flights amid Mideast risks
"Three commercial airlines are re routing flights crossing the Middle East to avoid a possible danger amid escalating tensions between United States and Iran Australian carrier Qantas says it's altering its London to Perth Australia routes to avoid Iran in Iraqi airspace until further notice Malaysia airlines says that due to recent events it's planes would avoid Iranian airspace Singapore Airlines also says its flights to Europe would avoid a rod in the U. S. Federal Aviation Administration has barred American pilots and carriers from flying in areas of Iraqi a runny and Anna some Persian Gulf air
Qantas aircraft evacuated in Sydney after smoke fills cabin
"Comments passengers on a Qantas flight from Sydney to Perth use slides to evacuate the Airbus A. three thirty after was forced to return what is that flight five seventy five return to Sydney shortly after take off due to a hydraulic issue word is smoke began to fill the
"perth" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Monaco's dedicated weekly design program. I'm I'm Josh now. Each week we pick a decent seat from which to serve a notion person or thing playing out in the arena of design with high profile a false stadiums nearing completion ahead of the Summer Olympics in Tokyo and then Los Angeles and plans for new stadia flying skywards in Milan and Rotterdam respectively. We we thought it was high time that we looked at how these sporting pantheon's can connect with and embellish the cities that they call home Monaco's neck Minnie's jetted down to Perth and sat down with Peter Dean principal architect at the design firm Hassle. He wanted to find out more about the final stages of development for Perth opther stadium. And why it's designed needed to account for more than just ozzy rules in cricket think Parkland better way finding walking routes and better transport. Take it away nick. Sitting on Australia's West Coast Perth City blessed with good weather pristine beaches and laid back attitudes thanks to a decade-long morning boom the sprawling metropolis has seen a number of large civic projects completed in recent years from libraries to theaters and a soon to be opened museum. But it seems seems that number more debated or consume the public's consciousness quite like the new stadium completed in two thousand eighteen designed by Hassell and Cox Architecture it's an enormous structure structure clad in bronze that rises out of Majestic Park Land A. K.. Part of the design brief was to create a stadium that reflected the state and city. It sits in. But how do you use you something with a sense of place without being literal about it in a way that subtler and more considered than just sticking a name on the side of the building trying to understand what the assistant prices visit the landscape is paypal. Is it a whether is it the view an it's just under some of those and you can never really put your finger on it. I don't think there's no won't move a one year now in this place over the years. She's understanding funding the characteristics of what people resonate with something. When you go into New York I guess about the sky rises about the drama Highrise what's destroys very much connected to environment. It's outdoor settings rivers is long horizontal views. It's amazing relaxed lifestyle. It doesn't matter who you are and what's destroy you you're always it's an informal committing Melissa. Party didn't get she could be with. The tweety is equally myself. You know you could be from the heart and every welcome. It's just an all embracing environment. And that's that's what we try to do in the ninety especially with a capacity of sixty thousand for most events. The stadium will host everything from concerts to Australian football league matches as well as conferences in guards in newly minted entertainment facilities and it's from these facilities. That guests will reacting to enjoy sweeping views towards the city scar on the stadium sits on abandoned the river butting up against the existing Belmont want rice course and new residential developments in the birds would neighborhood all of which is just a few kilometers from the central business district and appreciation of this broader landscape. skype and connection to the city is something. Visitors can enjoy throughout their stadium. Experience when you're in the stadium because outside the stadium you very much connected to the context. It's not just about focusing into the seating bowl itself which is priority for the event PRIEM. post-game how'd you arrive. How you depart? How'd you meet and socialize? We want to reach everything externally so looking out to the COMTEX engaging beautiful landscape and leverage off he is beautiful setting is one of the fortunate stadiums in the world. It's got an amazing setting which is accessible from the poll. Funny it's right on the doorstep to the city you can look at the city water. Expensively they one amazing park is forty the heck with landscaping as part of a stadium. It's blessed he's a very big Bryant move by the previous government to actually move it to that location but what accredits eleven. It's transformed how the city looks for yourself now. Actually we can go beyond the river. No perfect always been an all south conversation. Now it's actually the reason the middle along the boundary because she straight right across it and I doubt will actually start activating and and really connection to Crime Casino Belmont all those elements are on Biz. out becoming inner city provident being dot Tuck. TJ Anyway Public Transport Gripe the trains and buses the best way to go enjoy south of the grime have a few drinks a movie. Four or go to the city guts. The game come back to the city. You can just have a more relaxing enjoyment just to dry phonic alpha king by just enjoy being an international city so I think it has given a lot of people in a real the confidence to solve about what they are.
Winning new Perth Stadium design revealed
"Better way finding walking routes and better transport. Take it away nick. Sitting on Australia's West Coast Perth City blessed with good weather pristine beaches and laid back attitudes thanks to a decade-long morning boom the sprawling metropolis has seen a number of large civic projects completed in recent years from libraries to theaters and a soon to be opened museum. But it seems seems that number more debated or consume the public's consciousness quite like the new stadium completed in two thousand eighteen designed by Hassell and Cox Architecture it's an enormous structure structure clad in bronze that rises out of Majestic Park Land A. K.. Part of the design brief was to create a stadium that reflected the state and city. It sits in. But how do you use you something with a sense of place without being literal about it in a way that subtler and more considered than just sticking a name on the side of the building trying to understand what the assistant prices visit the landscape is paypal. Is it a whether is it the view an it's just under some of those and you can never really put your finger on it. I don't think there's no won't move a one year now in this place over the years. She's understanding funding the characteristics of what people resonate with something. When you go into New York I guess about the sky rises about the drama Highrise what's destroys very much connected to environment. It's outdoor settings rivers is long horizontal views. It's amazing relaxed lifestyle. It doesn't matter who you are and what's destroy you you're always it's an informal committing Melissa. Party didn't get she could be with. The tweety is equally myself. You know you could be from the heart and every welcome. It's just an all embracing environment. And that's that's what we try to do in the ninety especially with a capacity of sixty thousand for most events. The stadium will host everything from concerts to Australian football league matches as well as conferences in guards in newly minted entertainment facilities and it's from these facilities. That guests will reacting to enjoy sweeping views towards the city scar on the stadium sits on abandoned the river butting up against the existing Belmont want rice course and new residential developments in the birds would neighborhood all of which is just a few kilometers from the central business district and appreciation of this broader landscape. skype and connection to the city is something. Visitors can enjoy throughout their stadium. Experience when you're in the stadium because outside the stadium you very much connected to the context. It's not just about focusing into the seating bowl itself which is priority for the event PRIEM. post-game how'd you arrive. How you depart? How'd you meet and socialize? We want to reach everything externally so looking out to the COMTEX engaging beautiful landscape and leverage off he is beautiful setting is one of the fortunate stadiums in the world. It's got an amazing setting which is accessible from the poll. Funny it's right on the doorstep to the city you can look at the city water. Expensively they one amazing park is forty the heck with landscaping as part of a stadium. It's blessed he's a very big Bryant move by the previous government to actually move it to that location but what accredits eleven. It's transformed how the city looks for yourself now. Actually we can go beyond the river. No perfect always been an all south conversation. Now it's actually the reason the middle along the boundary because she straight right across it and I doubt will actually start activating and and really connection to Crime Casino Belmont all those elements are on Biz. out becoming inner city provident being dot Tuck. TJ Anyway Public Transport Gripe the trains and buses the best way to go enjoy south of the grime have a few drinks a movie. Four or go to the city guts. The game come back to the city. You can just have a more relaxing enjoyment just to dry phonic alpha king by just
Matty's Story - donor conception and the cost of secrecy
"Hello Inattention Can you welcome now what if you suddenly found out you weren't caught who you thought you were on science friction this month within diving consequences and the ethical dilemmas so we brought you that extraordinary tale of two embryos and they millionaire parents then we from two women h grappling with what to do with the unused frozen embryos they still have stored IVF clinics well today it is Mattie story and ABC science reporter Anna Soleil joins me and I you met Mattie and Maddie's mom Evelyn at the recent volatility Saudi Astrology Conference in Hobart yet Mary was conceived using donor sperm and was fielding questions about their experience at this meeting of infertility counselors and Maddie's mom Evelyn was also in the room and I have to tell you it was such a moving experience and the family agree aid to share their stories with you and I for the first time publicly right here on science friction you're about to hear what impact keeping a secret conception can have on a family and they'll story starts in January nineteen eighty-four hospital ward in Perth twenty-seven-year-old villain is cradling her newborn baby in her arms for the first time when Mary was actually born that was probably the taste amazing moment in my whole life that I hold of Medi so if that was pretty special very special because I was at the birth Evan had the natural births that's tiny evidence husband once the gynecologist got the head in the shoulder he said that you do the rest yeah yes opted a big part in the burleson very happy and proud of that uh Evelyn says she always wanted to have children but because tiny was infertile trial he had a medical condition from boyhood the couple up to US from an anonymous donor instead both came from big families and I think we were very family orientated sort of thing and thought yeah go and we will I regard us both fortunate to have this opportunity with this artificial insemination icon recall any counseling or anything it the consequences for Evelyn. It wasn't an easy decision I was brought up a Catholic and even though I wasn't a practicing Catholic I'm not a Catholic or religious but it was still obviously had been of a hold in my head the sense that possibly this wasn't a k. to do this wasn't somehow ethical and there were other worries to like what if the sperm donor had helped create other children who met his genetic siblings Perth is a fairly small place it was then what if other people doing this and there will be other children and what if they meet that thought was also very early in my head this was the early nineteen Eighties and going off to the doctor to be inseminated by strangers sperm was not something you talked about the main focus here was on protecting the adults involved things like unwelcome child maintenance or estate claims that might come later as long as the resulting children grew up in a loving family it was assumed they'd be okay as for Evelyn back then the identity of the sperm donor was a case of OUTTA sight outta mind I didn't need to know I just accept today I think a couple of years after Mattie was born Evelyn attorney had another child Beth at this time using sperm from a different minimus donor as the two children grew up Evelyn wrestled with telling them they'd been donor conceived no one to talk to about it some people say keep this a secret other people might say perhaps hello not maybe might be holiday struggle was they may they dad it felt this way I felt a different way and wanted what was best for them but it never seemed the right time either aged difference and the place our acting they development and is a good time and isn't it a good time so many and Beth remained oblivious to their backstory they grew up in Perth and though their parents eventually separated things kept chugging along well with shared custody arrangement but even as a child something was niggling matty said let's now bring matty into this story so I can remember being five or six years old at and we gatherings asking my parents is dead my real dad and their answer was yeah he's your father the reason that I asked that question was because don't look like the rest of my family I've red hair and freckles and growing up I can remember looking at family photos and wondering where I got my red hair and freckles from Evelyn head answer questions and my natural color is pretty much this this brown but in summer I get real red red tint so there's some there's some people used to say when Matthew was two or three said he's very much like his dad that's the response of people regardless having red hair yeah I didn't worry about the material in red hair or anything and they were red heads in tiny side of the family yeah to think of all the opportunities we had to do this a little bit differently and and didn't take and some regret around those sorts of things so now we come to Mattie eighteen getting ready to launch into adult life they that's Maddie by the way today many I the gender neutral pronoun they they were about to move out of home into a share house and head off to Uni and it was at this point Evelyn wanted to tell Medea a younger sister Beth that they'd been conceived using donor sperm actually said going to have a family chat and so that comes around and my parents are really nervous so that's that was pretty strange for us aw I was a little bit nervous but we knew what we had too many years ago and as you get closer to get a bit nervous but Louis relaxed but just wondering what their reaction would be sat around the kitchen table and I felt very anxious I felt very emotional
Why Did I Skip out on a Good Opportunity?
"CRYPT IPOD cost and I've got to say today opportunities that move well except a btc well those little cray on that twelve outshot will announce move and I wasn't with it I didn't that trump now why ause I am absolutely oscillate spent completely exhausted and needing rest it's that simple I got Heim yesterday the two and a half hours sleep from the red eye from Perth did my scanner soon as they go to an end always embedded eleven o'clock in the morning while you get a five thirty Josh Bath Seven thirty so I have been pretty much busted and today is very much the scientist ahead spice where no on a debate to make consistently good decisions and get good treading outcomes as tried are a lot of the time you've got to be sitting on your hands uh-huh uh-huh doesn't just come in the form of wedding tries it comes in the form of annoying when you are not at your sharpest trying not something that is very very simple to do it should be it should be simple but it won't be easy and the hardest part is going to be managing your mindset now I ran a course again in Perth over the weekend and as said to members that I always do just because you trading strategies doesn't mean you'RE GONNA get my results I you might get better results as many people in the community doing getting penetrating results not that number that number on bit Phoenix is seven thousand seven hundred thirty three dollars new breakthrough that range then yeah that's we will see further downside for the time being clanging clicking clanging around within a range between about seventy eighty seven hundred and seventy seven hundred pretty average On bitcoin he's consulting very very slowly acting very strange it may in fact set up a bit of a breakout show and if it does we'll guess who will be the target the guy in a very average looking very saw wise very very average indeed a US against the US days fans resistance around that three to Omar gains does ninety six cents up point seven percent and a very solid waste shot once again still aluminum as it stands right now sitting at six point three cents has been for quite some mm time it's Dan one percent ex pays held above that. At sorry that twenty eight five handle the resistance and support level now a city at twenty nine it took twenty nine fifty five starting to try and move on a little bit of a pullback over the last twenty four hours down one point seven percent bonnets ticking along at
Weekend Racing Preview: Flemington
"Is a great. I love Flemington. Tom Years paying a warm weather build up to us this Saturday and just love white for is rising and it's basically GonNa say some good offices. Dan The strike which we love a Flemington in but Sydney holds the K. doesn't with the epsom the metro flights dykes. She's pretty skinny but the dive into it first things first the track record four Melbourne and Sydney yet Flemington knowing mate is good for you as estee said beautiful conditions may even need to put some irrigation on he goes Thursday thought it was so so it can be a little tricky. Lamai cave superstar who work. I think it'll play fair. I think Tampa Bay the K. but don't be worried. If your horse his three four ward they have a bit of an advantage especially around the circle. They might blending in the office in the middle of the track case. I don't don't be too stressed if your horse his dream because I think why might be okay the strike races with with this Rice's well. It's the best to be close to wide with. The grain stand inside in middle this week. I think will be the plays. They're a little bit of a disadvantage. We go to rain week at three made his good for again. pervy conditions look. I think on spe deploys debate but I think again. It'll be tamed by related. They might come to the middle of the track at some stage but Arkan buys places fairly fan but if you want at Flemington to worry about the Guy Very Josie now. Won't you guys coming in first before we hit up to see me. We're going to have a look at one. We said we're going to cover auto group one rice and this isn't a group is I hot rice. The GILGO stike center at online at tune on he joined by sunlight so a couple of everest horses they Satori Dettori at six fifty. Now we go from the tar dollars on exhauted iding votto silver nineteen does better Martini twenty-three dot rocky twenty seeks on someone thirty five and I will have the pipeline tile at thirty four Vine Street hundred to one Josie the map and guess what we wanted to always is this one or two awards rights or is something that can produce for van sort of that well racing especially in the last couple of weeks. We'll say that there hasn't been one horses awesome to horse races. We've had a couple of hundred to one to win big rice in getting in Black Look David superstar center aligning sunlight. They hard to knock. They're very very good horses. These rights as we always expect these Rice's up the right. They may not do a lot of work in that fourth. I four hundred five hundred six hundred Justice Zippo in the last six hundred minutes. All I am going with volatile silver so I'm going against the top two for sort of no real apparent reason other other than the fact that I'll just mocked him a little bit bigger than what the markets go to both of them not much but just a little bit bigger. Santa Light Up twelve hundred this run and gene sunlight look hard to knock just thought maybe in that guy known who'd be a bit of a tricky spot for us of Goma bottle Suba strong the guy to. I think that more people debate. Benny Mellon goes on so positive engagement day this is also one is from fifteen point in Perth. We know the horses are very good would Beta horse started called Galaxy Star. She is a stock Oregon. It's going to run a really good rice for nine dollars. You can have a play H. Y. Erica reconvene so I might be the spot to Bay Benny Melon and the piece came if you don't know them they're flowing ten from fifty to twenty percent over there. They come here. They were really really good team. They're pretty good. Deployment of the Horses Oregon. It's got the figures to run up Alto. Jacuzzis coat the Perth bog after getting gets off in this pump and added twenty one and thirty one bucks now for me. Cetera of I'd Love Center and I stopped probably needs the Ron Sung honesty stripe third up. How did we get some pennies drums. He's just come fresh from the role of Alvin show how bag you get a jacket lot that is jammed on the Perth Bandwagon. They're absolutely flying and understand that he's got really good figures you first time. Dan The strike or just law but at that price you happy deformed and have something only joie get that Josie and he's got to the speed. He bought a less Silva dauth rocky on someone son lot set an unusual preparation leading to an everest but you'd listen to Tony mcevoy sighing at she hasn't been fit. You needed the run. Not Everything went well in the code he had gone to Rice him between a Winter Moon Valley to give her another another blow out there. He's been coined on on the track and he's using these rices to get back into again of fitness up to a liberal who run a Moon Valley was outstanding on the non because it was controlled robot nitrous. Nash comes back to her best track Flemington down the strike at the new market the lightning. She is just an absolute star these me and she broke one. One nausea ran one. I twenty five when she won the newmarket. That's unbelievable galloping and she gets to free wheel against as a whole on showed I think she dictates terms and controls it and she's got that kicking turn of foot and she finds a gear at Flemington sunlight from me is the one I wanna be riding. Santa Ana lines interesting steady Boise first up weans were and he's first and second preparation. He hasn't won first up since so he normally takes one. This is a really good rice for him to kick off and get ready for an everest because a locks to travel and stimulate the Beagle. She'll be raw for the ever so it'll be charging. Heim sunlight for me. It's worth noting also sixty kilos. CNN aligned but he's so well in compared to the other who was he's just so well graded and somewhat as you mentioned this quick backup backed up two times before when the magic millions and one the Kumo right back yes. I've been up to sixty to ninety five. It was son opened up three dollars out of money. He's starting to count for absolutely and we talk about this preps Vince Benedetto La Jolla or something in front side. I mean this is clearly. Sit Sit for a second what they're very very good art. Let's turn our attention to the turnbull stakes. They have always mystic journey two dollars seventy looking to Mike and Means Mr quickey at four hundred twenty finch as a Yeoman Capos non box hot fifty kings will drain twelve roster Povich at thirteen very very elegant fourteen dollars trump for fools twenty. Three Bucks can lead the Hawaii State Kentucky Braves at twenty seven dollars Josie. I'll let you pick it up from he the map and how we're going to take one apart you note a Lotta spayed here. I would think a host like Kentucky braise on the backup. It's hot and feet. They should row four and track for foods. We know he's an my hero forward but there's not a lot of speed. I think finch confirmed probably late his back K. W. Day can probably get one one on the time now with I should go forward with that horse. What's mystic journey. I think she's probably going to be posted three war and as I stated in the preview probably not too much of an issue especially because I don't think they're gonNA go overly hod and I think she's the one to seventy in the market as you mentioned wally she's to forty so I think it's a good bit with her. I know she guys two thousand made us for the first time third OP. I recognise is going to be a pay. Run the coax bike but I know that I think this will be a performance without prep. She won the stray. Guineas was sort of a soft tone. She sprinted home. I think it's sort of the Roy sort of set up for her to get two thousand maters look. She ran really well. It's just getting absolutely through the roof in the mcabe. They win two seconds. She couldn't do any more than that so it's a perfect platform nail for to get a two-thirds of maters if he's going to run it. I think the rice suits it. Don't be too worried about or mapped Warburg. I don't think that's an issue I think she's that we are a contract for fools run a massive bryce Oregon if he goes faster than what he did lost out on the backup. He's been sensational on the quick backup before Perth. He can run well bought Music shoop society got or if you got something else I wanna say Mystic Mystic Journey a lover and wish the all the very best and there's nothing wrong with Iran last dot with the gap sick and up about getting better getting fouled at wife why I wanted to say getting again for me to be really counting on mystic journey to run the mall and a quarter for the first time stuck in a wide guide fighting the breeze a little bit slow speed paid Justice Cutler question. She's not the one on one of Rodney's one Rawdon is the warhorse nominees age and it's hard to know what you got to vowed back at Flemington and just couldn't make grammys to quickey finished beside him and just went past him and then a coalfield the other die he was close. He zoomed up in behind him. He's awesome looking for two thousand and I love the backup. He's a Flemington holes but the reason I want. Rodman see strong guy. It's nice but he can jump land out saw Italy. He can jump land one eight one back. He's going to have that breeze going to have that cleary to roll into the rice on his own terms and really look the winner at this stage. He's fit and I can trust him and he's around. What what is he the place he's around thirty to forty to sixty and wants to mystic journey to Noni uh he's GonNa. Look Win MIC Journey. We'll come and troy and go with him. At some stage Mr Quick. He's gotTa give grant and comeback in a small field is drawing Levin. We want to say it again. From Mr quickey was the catcher in the sports world black booker you can from it finch. Mom Album couples absolutely absolutely humming and there are side. Could he be a blow it just getting the Bauxite lucky did when he won last dot and just Gallup out well at Flemington. It's good test Takata Flemington for the first time I ever Molin as he warmed up to amalgam cap a loving but it's hot no little WANNA rod in the
Hometown True Crime Stories
"Gals first off massive fan. You guys get me through my grill and commute on the Los Angeles Metro. WPRO ANY WHO I'll get to it I moved to. La about a year ago but before that I lived in a small city in Missouri called Springfield you know the home of Gypsy blanchard. Oh sorry ammos Missouri yes it is. Oh my God. I forgot that road deleting you cut that out. I lived in an apartment downtown for about three three years and had many sketchy things happen but this was by far the sketch the scariest I kept seeing this creepy dude with Jeffrey Dahmer glasses and dirty s shirt skulking around the premises assists for a while. I assumed he was a new tenant. The just the whole story reminds me of late night lived in Hollywood that and it's terrifying yeah he always creeped on me in the basement laundry room. No no and I would ignore his attempts at interacting fucking apartment building laundry rooms. Is there anything scarier or more dangerous. Totally you bring a weapon and get real real confrontational. Someone's quote unquote creeping on you in the laundry room. Turn around and go back she'd bananas on that Erzen. Just stop washing your clothes or get a friend who has like washer dryer. Take out a loan from the bank in quarters. Yeah take it on down to very full laundry a great idea one day. I walked to the gas station around the corner unnoticed. He was following me. I thought maybe it was just going to the gas station to but he followed me. There waited outside and then followed me back home. I was freaked out but I told myself. Maybe it's just a stupid coincidence. Well guess what it wasn't later that week one of my female neighbor. I had told me she'd gotten attacked the night before by a man in glasses he had come up behind her and tried to grab her and drag her down the stairs. Luckily she fought back and got away from him and call the police turns out he had been squatting in the basement for about a month and my idiot apartment manager. It did nothing about it. I guess what neither did the police they let him go because there was already an ongoing investigation involving him that they didn't want to interfere with also all caps also was a registered sex offender. Jesus cry. I the ongoing investigation they were talking about involved him raping a thirteen year old girl. Holy Shit needless to say I trust my gut now and it tells me someone is a creepy fuck head. Yes thanks for being the Best Lacy Jesus Christ skies so there because it's an ongoing investigation that he might be a child rapist right. Go ahead and let him do it. I trust trespassing S. passing and getting him in for trespassing derail the investigation we we have to watch our own fucking backs because well and also yeah. It's if you are in. If someone is walking behind you and there's more than one gestation in your town. It is not a coincidence. You're allowed to turn around and pepper spray people that are following too close to your also allowed allowed to turn on gotTA. Get the fuck away from me. I'm not kidding. Do whatever you want. Yeah say be confrontational. Be Aggressive like those people need to know that you're paying attention yeah and that you'RE A or B or turn on take a picture of him. Emulate your rate cut me now. I have a picture of you taking it to the COP. That's a great idea you know. When I got <hes> I got boxed in like someone trapped me off the freeway because he thought I cut him off and I couldn't go anywhere he got out of his car came to my window and I was panicking. I didn't know what to do with yelling emme. I started recording him with my phone and as soon as I did that. He acted all normal and walked away. Yes that's right yeah yeah. Get get them. Get proof. snort collecting your own proof and showed them. That's what you're doing. Yeah show them that. You're not pretending they're not there. 'CAUSE you're scary. Show them. You're scared therefore you're going to go nutso love but yes please love it also involve your friends involved the guy that works at the gas station yeah say to the guy that works the gestation. Can you help me that guy's following yeah like it is see if anyone will jump in on at Rayo totally but also save it for save it for when you now yeah carry pepper spray. Make sure you're not that's not happening a lot. Yeah you know be your own best editor but when you truly feel it go with it. That's right got. Your pepper spray has only a few spray Zenit. Eh Remember that too. It runs out pretty quick but know that people will help you look for a mom type. Yeah the and look at her and go this. Guy's freaking me out or stop and be like. Can you pretend that we're friends really quickly because I this person's following me. Just don't be afraid to rope in others that looks safe have clean shirts. You know right this. We just get right into this what you're also add that. I even got my scaredy cat sister and my boyfriend who hates most things into FM. I guess thank you you those two. Those are the victory people guys who aren't interested and women who are like. I can't listen to high. I thank you so when my older brother was a teenager. He was a regular again and it was always getting into some sort of mostly harmless trouble one day in two thousand eight. When my brother was a junior in high school he decided to stay home when my parents sister and I went on a little Lake Day a few hours away <hes> just when we were about to get ice cream. My mom got a call from my end. This is what I heard what he's where is he okay. He did what Oh my God okay. We'll be there too few hours so it turns out my seventeen year old weather and a group of his pals were hanging out in one of of their female friends. Nice ass wealthy neighborhoods filming a movie in this movie. They were pretending to kidnap the girl. Well girlfriend had been taking acting acting since she was eight and pulled out all her girl they dragged her into the car kicking and screaming and then sped away the girl's neighbor saw this and immediately called nine one to report her. Oh kidnapping shout shout out to the neighbor for calling nine one one and asking questions later while the police wasted no time put out an amber alert and shut down the highways. They pulled over my brother and his friends and arrested them. Oh my they brought them to jail and we picked him up after we finished our ice cream looking back on it now even even though it was a pain in the ass for my idiot brother and my parents. I'm super glad that neighbor took action when she thought she saw something happening and the police reacted so quickly and took it so seriously if my brother was a real kidnapper they would have saved a girl's life. I don't think they're ever charges filed against my brother and his friends but I was only in the forest grade so I was dumb. He's thirty now and still basically dumb teenager. He hasn't kidnapped anymore. Girls so we are seeing big improvements stays sexy and always tell your neighbors before you kidnap doc your friends shelby shells. Larrea and identify having a troubled older brother also I. I wonder if they still use that but it. I bet it was great. Seriously kids in high school who make movies on their own are so cool. I think wait a second that was from Shelby Tarantino in the beginning Louisville okay. Here's another one ready. I'm just going to tell you it says. EMT Not Story Great Howdy Howdy Howdy my great grandmother was murdered by serial killer Donald Harvey which inspired my lifelong love of true crime. I'm well. He'll timidly landing me in career field. I am in today. This has nothing to do with that by. Oh that's just her opening. Yep <hes> an emt not and Morgan employees. I have lots of stories from both of these but the ones that keep me up at night the ones from the morgue noche but <hes> I have seen it all but my favorite is about what I accidentally brought home from an autopsy. This summer was disgustingly hot as we all know which lead to some particularly unique circumstances for us at the morgue contrary contrary to popular belief more are actually pretty clean and we use enough bleach that it doesn't smell too horrible so when I walked in the door and immediately gagged. I knew it had to be bad. We had a case in which is something on us too but what I wasn't expecting was all the little critters during the autopsy. A few hundred maggot started dropping to the floor okay gross but no big deal. Here's where it hits the fan. A fucking mouse leaps out of the body bag and onto the floor. I can handle anything except for rodents. I built to the other side of the room and the little mouse's else's darting around searching for a place to hide. So where does you decide to go right towards me. Great thankfully my shrieks of fear scared it off. Can you imagine being a morgue worker and an an T and and you've seen so much shit. You're scared of my that's what I was GONNA say. Just everyone has their thing yeah. Everyone has their thing for some people. It's like I don't understand how you could would ever do it. Autopsy and then the other people like I don't understand how you could ever look at amount yeah. I like that one. There's clearly a right and wrong thankfully including my shrieks of fear scared off and it runs under the door and into the supply closet after the day is done. I come home and take off my shoes expecting to shower and eat cheetos to only to find that somehow a maggot got under my shoe covers and into my shoes fortunate leaves only one but after the mouse I was just over it to make a long story short. I panic over little critter pathetic. I know are pathologists. Eventually finds the mouse a week later who sadly had the ironic fate of dying at the morgue. Oh stay sexy and adopt up catch to keep the mice away from Cincinnati. Wow Tear at thank you for doing the work you'd yes. It's important. We don't mean to make fun of you or the little your fear now we you're brave in many way it's ironic. It's ironic and Alaria if you were we'd say to your face yet because it's cute and you yeah no it yeah okay now. This goes almost in the other direction say sexy and think twice before you call the police okay right all right a lot of things times entertain entertain in that episode make judgments. Yeah Judgment Calls Halos. I grew up in Claremont in Western Australia and as such had a natural obsession with serial killers in in fact both my parents were witnesses to the first disappearance in the Claremont serial killer as they were exiting club. Bayview known back then as club Baseb- you when then she was taken. Oh my God why they were there. When I was about seventeen I was home alone when I heard a knock on the door to police officers had come by to show local residents wants photos of possible suspects in recent attack of a fellow officer at Clermont train station. I had a very long look at the faces and said I would get in touch saw anyone and who looked suspect nearby cut to the next day. I'm on the train going to work and I see two older men across from me who I recognize immediately. I changed carriages is and make a frantic call to police. The two assailants are on the train heading to Perth city. I get off the train in the city and they're easily eighty police officers storming the platform ready to take down the
"perth" Discussed on The Signal
"<music>. I guess in some ways it's kind of what they were having this guy hanging around yes so what does North Korea get out of looking him up. You know what sometimes happens. When Western is detained in in the day is they get held for a while and they become hostages for ransom but this usually only happens when it's an American and gets detained because the Americans have things that the North Koreans want for example if an American gets detained <hes> they might have some kind of high profile it gets raised and then some kind of high profile American former politician diplomat like Bill Clinton Senate a Bill Richardson or a Timmy Cada might go over there as an unofficial ambassador Asadollah Negotiate the release of this detained person in exchange for some bag of goodies? Now the problem in this case is Alex is an Australian citizen. No American diplomat or foam diplomat is going to go over there to rescue him and they straddling government doesn't have have anything that the North Koreans want said this hostage scenario doesn't seem to the fly in this case. I mean we he'd thinking about how he's how he's been detained but I mean do we know that you could just degree broken is fine and it has been able to get in touch well. That's the assumption that every once my isn't it I mean he could have been an accident being hospital but no one knows because it's not communication channels. That's something we mike killing gangs a very safe city. It's not like. DOC There's inherent danger from crime so the most likely scenario is that he's being detained for some reason so if he has been detained what the conditions like like what do we know about what it's like being in North Korean custody. Oh this is hard to say because you know the stories that we get from defectors who've been in prison camps. That's not where detained foreigners are going to be sent in going to be sent to camp fourteen or any of these concentration camps. There are other levels of prisons in jails in North Korea. It's likely that he'll be treated well and for example if he was to be used as some kind of hostage for rats and then is nine point.
Podcast Live new event and Spotify launches a daily podcast playlists
"Podcast live, a company that makes live events where podcasters can perform interact with an audience, and hosts special versions of their regular shows is today, announcing its second event, rugby at Twickenham podcasts involved to include a number of independent shows plus podcast from sky, the times, and the telegraph Spotify has launched a daily podcast playlist spotted by vox, media's Zack con Yvo terra notes that it appears to contain ten new episodes of shows, you're subscribe to in Spotify, a short clip, telling you to try something new and nine episodes from popular shows, we're not seeing it, but then the only podcast we subscribe to in Spotify is what it's this one Dutch podcast newsletter. Pod product has noted that spotify's player when shared on Twitter now plays, full podcast episodes in the player imbedding. The tweets might also be a simple. Ways to get a nice looking player on your blog or websites, perhaps more from Spotify. It's sound up. Podcasting accelerator is back for two thousand nineteen. It's a five day accelerator program designed to educate and support women of color in developing podcasts from idea to pilot production music service title now, appears to list podcasts, almost all their own programming, though, here's the podcast of the year at the Dutch podcast awards last week, the bills in Atlanta's the wards were built from a mix of public and jury votes. The I tunes performance marketing campaign and affiliate system used by many podcasters to measure promotion of their apple podcast shows is changing name to the apple services performance marketing campaign. Catchy in land. The head stuff podcast network is expanding into a former music studio complex and adding a membership program, the BBC. She is looking for podcasts with hope punk whatever. That's is wants to find a new podcast blockbuster based around three key priorities innovation new voices and new audiences. That's according to their commissioning editor for podcasts. Jason Phipps bullet is a new iphone app designed to help you share a clip from your podcast. We have an example of a tweet from that in our show notes, and our newsletter new talent alerts from their recent competition. NPR have posted eight podcasts from students in grades five to twelve that means age ten to eighteen willing to a podcasting workshop where the difference, the Himalayan podcasting workshop looks to be in a fabulous location. It's from July the seventeenth to the twenty-first and event for you. The best of the British podcast awards is happening on Saturday. The sixteenth of June has part of the underbelly festival in south Bank in London in the UK, and as a side. At the British podcast awards appear to have invested considerably in PR for their winners willing to a piece in the guardian today, featuring a pre ceremony photo. Shoots taken at the awards that even credits the sponsors as much to learn for other countries. We think the company responsible is cover PR, and the illusionist has just added an extra live show in Perth on the third of July after the previous one sold out that Twitter, account adds helpfully, the Australian Perth, not the Scottish Perth or the Canadian Perth, all the several American Pertz would also add not the river in New Zealand, nor the asteroid northern military flying boat so Monday, so opinions are rife on the internet over the weekend. Bill Rosenblatt thinks that podcasting futures and add funded medium is not rosy and Jose Navarro things all podcast from Mexico sound the same. There is no audience. He says, if there is nothing on offer, we need to diversify that offering provide content that breaks. The conventions of traditional radio and import casts today. We talk about kindred cast that has Hernan Lopez. The founder and CEO wondering and to common cadence thirteen to war and back, the daily from the New York Times, which has a special week on Europe and the UK's blunder through Brexit negotiations. Thanks for that and bear brook, which played a role in identifying the victims of a serial killer
"Avengers: Endgame" obliterates records with $1.2 billion opening
"You went to the movies over the weekend. You more than likely saw avengers end to game the movie shattered box office records in it's opening weekend. Just like, yeah. Just like faster than a snap from the 0 gauntlet avengers. Endgame dusted more than twenty box office records weekend. Estimates for endgame reached three hundred fifty million dollars the biggest domestic debut ever surpassing previous record holder avengers 0 ward by over ninety two million dollars. Endgame undid another record held by INFINITI war bringing in over one point two billion dollars worldwide. A mind boggling five hundred fifty nine million dollar difference. Exhibitor Relations reports nearly nine out of ten people who saw a movie this weekend saw endgame. Posting Perth eater average of seventy five thousand dollars beating previous record holder Star Wars the force
What Was the Emu War?
"The story of the EMU war. It begins after World War One. When soldiers returned home to Australia. The government was eager to show its support for veterans take land, the government said grow wheat, and we'll pay handsomely for it. It was a mission for the bright and hopeful for men eager to, cultivate, their futures as they cultivated the soil in Western Australia. You could say the plan was flawed from the start the government had ninety thousand hector's that's two hundred twenty two thousand acres to go around. But that wasn't enough for the nearly five thousand veterans who wanted it land was doled out as it became available and the choicest lots were given away. I the remaining veterans Gotland in Perth, which was not ideal for farming. What's more in the years that followed the initial land handout in the early nineteen twenty s Western Australia, combated drought frost and a significant rabbit investation while veterans labored against the elements and the wildlife mounting financial challenges from the great depression. Threatened to undercut all they'd been promised the trillion government had initially pledged to pay the veterans four shillings per bushel of wheat. But the Bill tied to that son was killed in the Senate another Bill proposing three shillings per bushel actually passed, but the veterans were never paid at last in nineteen thirty-one the wheat bounty act made good on the government's promised to pay for wheat at the staggeringly low price of four and a half Pence per bushel. Let's put this in perspective Pence equivalent to pennies a shilling twelve Pence into their twenty shillings in a pound in today's market one. British pound is worth about a buck fifty. So these veterans were being promised smallish sums of money to start and delivered way. Less originally promised a fifth of a pound per bushel and settling for just one twentieth of a pound per bushel ten times less than what was promised. However, by this point, the veterans were desperate to make money off their wheat crops, and the stage was set for modestly fruitful harvest, no one could have anticipated. What happened next in the analysis of history? There's perhaps no stranger Afo. The Australian IMO a flightless bird. The can stand about six to half feet. That's two meters. Tall and weigh close to one hundred pounds. That's forty five kilograms and at an even stranger battle of man with machine-gun versus giant bird, the giant bird one. But in warfare. It's essential to know the enemy, so let's pause and examine the bird the dogs. The veterans. We spoke with Eric Slovak bird keeper at the Smithsonian national zoological park, he said ammos are solitary for the most part. They do get together in breeding seasons, but emus would prefer to be by themselves. The exception is when their foraging Slovak lichens that behavior to humans going out solo to a fast-food lunch. He said, you're at McDonalds around lots of people, but you're not socializing. You're just there for the food. Okay. So they're big solitary hungry birds. Not much of a threat. Right. Multiply that Emilia envisioning by twenty thousand that's how many descended upon Western Australia in nineteen thirty two until a decade earlier in nineteen twenty two emus had been a protected species. After that time they were reclassified as vermin Slovak explained. They'll eat anything. They can get their mouths on without hunting. They're grazers. They like nuts and berries baby grasses, which brings us back to wheat yet. They'll eat that faced with a seemingly endless buffet of it. The opportunistic birds homed in on the veterans plots beaten down by weather at a volatile financial market. The veterans leaned hard on the government help us they implored so one major GP w Meredith bound up leading a military offensive against the emails, but there were a few conditions. The veterans head to foot the Bill for the munition Lewis machine guns were used in EMU combat and the veterans had to provide food and lodging for the men assigned. To this curious mission as a side note as cinema tougher from FOX movie tone, accompanied the military to film, the Email effort historians assume the footage would have been used in propaganda films to illustrate how the government was aiding its veterans, but spoiler alert the mission didn't go exactly as planned armed with the knowledge that had slingshot can take down an ordinary bird, you might hazard, a guess that a machine gun could wipe out Imos easily, but you would be wrong Imos are made to run and win shot out. They're going to panic and they won't move at any reliable direction and Imos legs had neck move with elegant fluidity while their bodies. Stay parallel to the ground Slovak explained the body looks like a wave legs. Good left. The head goes to the right, and they run in all different directions like dropped marbles Meredith and his men couldn't get a straight shot at the emus who stayed out of range of machine guns. Even when enterprising veterans justed putting them on vehicles and pursuing the birds as they ran the military wasted a ton of ammunition. Only. Two hundred birds of the twenty thousand were actually killed and not only the emails evade the troops. They destroyed even more farmland in the process tearing up the ground wherever they ran the veterans were dispirited and their land was devastated. Meredith had a lot to answer for why had so much ammunition been wasted. And was the effort, even humane. Then there was the matter of money veterans promised to pay for the IMO, but the mission ultimately failed could be forgiven. This example, ridiculous history. Can't be tied up conclusively with a tidy bow and some details such as who was ultimately held responsible. For the cost of the munition are unclear we do know that the veterans learned painfully from past performance that rifles not machine guns or the best way to handle nuisance EMAS. They continued their war in a one to one battle veteran against bird. And the Australian government later place to bounty on EMAS to help control the population. But finally, we do suspect that the FOX and Matale gopher gots epoch B-roll while on location.
Your Social Voice: Social Media Lead Generation
"Gonna tuck a problem that anyone with a business in personal brand is probably accounted and I've got to admit despite having a good following across many platforms, which is linked teen Twitter. And indeed this podcast. Facebook is a platform that doesn't quite seem to fit will audience. If you've ever ask yourself a question, which is where is the best place to share my social voice, you should find today's podcast incredibly interesting because your social voice, founder Kim. Barrett is a renowned social media marketer focusing on Facebook. He is an international bestselling author speaker and trainer, and there's also taught marketing around the world and helping businesses grow to six and seven figures, but I wanted to find out more about the dark out of social marketing. And of course, he's five tested work at your soul. Social voice, and I was actually helping businesses get heard on social media and most importantly, build engagement and generate more leads are more sales. So bookl- up and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to Perth in Australia. So we can speak with Kim Berra about your social voice and be in Garaventa, choke and much much more. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners Alabama who you are? And what you do. Yes. Shorts. Name is Kim baron. Basically, we help people get results. Fast on social media helped him. Get more engagement more leads more CEOs specifically through using Facebook ads to help them really drive traffic. And then drivers also that businesses. I'm quite excited to get you up tonight because it will social voice you help your clients generate awareness leads and sales, especially Facebook. Can you expand on that L and talk about how you actually help businesses generate those leads those more sales also actually help them scale using the lightest marketing strategies yet for sure so the most important thing that we need to look at when we do it all is what we what I like to call the inner city method, which is the nation offer copy. So they're really the three key things that we look at look some of it's not even really do with the ads from Facebook. But what it is to do. With is the overall positioning of the. Business the position of their products and services, and that's where we spend a lot of time going through and breaking down is looking at. Okay, great does the audience that they wanna target actually won this? And if they don't or if they do how do we make even more irresistible? How do we enhance it? And then how do we take you late that in a way to make them take action? And really look like the principles that we apply off from know back in the early nineteen hundreds that, you know, the director response copyright is really worked on her in direct mail, and we just apply to whatever the latest platform is whether it's messing messenger marketing Facebook ads Instagram ads RJ, whatever it might be. We take the same approach and apply it to that end it for it always works because really it's just hunting again on human behavior, and how people respond than act to certain things. Now. I am fortunate in having a large following on this podcast unlinked teen and a steady following on Twitter too. But I've got to be on his Facebook is something that has looted- may so far and probably avoided ju to that pay to play model. And I know this. Is a pretty big question. But, but we'll it's the secret to Facebook marketing, while the most common things that you say people doing wrong, will it all kinda ties together with what I mentioned before. But most of the time, and I hear it a lot from paper that I haven't been out of here my following going or anything like that. And the the real reason why I think in comparison to linked in or Twitter, our podcast, whatever it might be is that there is the social context to it. Sorry, you got to remember is like you're walking up in the middle of a bar walking up to someone and then start talking about your products or services in the middle of their conversation with that good friends. Now, it takes a certain level of expertise to be able to figure out how to take it. How to grab their attention. How to draw them away from that conversation to allow you to have a conversation with them. And I think because of that slight change, it is very different to the way that you would interact on obviously, you is very limited Lincoln is very business base. Like, there's a there's a very different way the interact across all the platforms. So if may. I think most people trying to get really try and do the same thing on all the other platforms. Like, I know like on Instagram for myself. My biggest following my biggest results following would say that. I get much results from his on Facebook. But I started heavily going in Instagram and is very different. It's very manual is very personal person. It's very much going to be on their engaging which I wasn't used to so had to adapt. The way in which I position things adapt. The way in which I talk about things that code actions. I give because again, the biggest thing I say most people do is they put up something in inter they they ticketed wrong. All they put something in that don't till PayPal. What to do next that until tell to register opt in to buy whatever that looking for? They don't really give the code action or direction
CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way
"Sydney has always been Austrailia party city and next to its knees fireworks celebrations. The biggest party on the harbor cities. Calendar is its annual gay and lesbian mardi graphist of all as part of this. You celebrations Australia's National Science agency. The C Siro has lit up its economy Australian square kilometer array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colors, six of the twelve midday dishes, located in the remote within the strain outback and displaying different color of the rainbow against the backdrop of the Milky Way to Mark the CSI rose in our world participation in that she's mardi gras parade. At least fifty hours staff will March in the parade on March. The second holding a giant DNA, double helix. Silla breeding organizations commitment to diversity the theme being diversity is in our day. Dr Sarah is deputy director of SIA Siro astronomy. And space sciences says us. The strain square kilometer rape Pathfinder was appropriate because it points to the futures space research, the Pathfinder at located the Murchison radio astronomy observatory some eight hundred kilometers north Perth is testing technologies which will be incorporated into the massive multibillion dollar square kilometer array project, the world's largest radio telescope now being developed in outback Australia ad in South Africa pieces. The pathfinders used by diverse group of strontium is from ride around the world. So it's an appropriate setting for rainbow display of ask cap dishes 'em in rainbow colors dish. And we've done that to demonstrate really commitment DeVos to celebrate that were walking up mardi gras and also because he uses telescope really diverse and we want to demonstrate to them as well that we're inclusive and welcoming to everybody important is diversity in an organization as large and diverse itself as the space IRO you have fingers. So many pies from astronomy through the marine sciences geology through engineering yet. Look absolutely do it. And so a really wide range of science and in order to attract and retain really the best talent internationally thing. We have to be very welcoming people have to be comfortable able to bring that whole best selves to work. And there's also a lot of evidence that suggests that diverse teams more innovative, and they make more revenue and then more effective. How's that going? We'll re up to that in its commissioning phase now, so it's thirty six fishes and innovative radio cameras rule starting to work together. But it's already delivered some really great science. For example, we've detected more than twenty fast radio bursts ready with the telescope, even though it's not quite fully working at. And of course, the good thing was asking is. You haven't got microwave ovens there to accidentally opened up before they've finished cooking. You get any false ratings. Now, if I kept we think is on what's the world, best radio observatory? Because extremely quiet. It's around three hundred fifty kilometers from the newest town. And so that's why we've gone left because it's very radio, quiet. Are you knew the Murchison world through to raise? That is that. Yes, that's right. So we're both both on the Murchison and registrar observe a tree which is managed by CSI Arroyo. And we're very pleased to be able to share it with with them delight Murchison's of different type of radio telescopes setup, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. So much than why field array is a low frequency telescope, and it does Catholic precursors for the square kilometer. Right. Which will also be the same site when it gets built in Australia in a couple of years that's already up and running the early stages of that for the square kilometer array, what about the astray inside of things. So we've been running up precursors now as I say caps. Nearly nearly am open running and w is bemoaning number of years. But we've also been working on the design for the telescope. What we've learned from us Cap'n MWA, we'll be fading into the K design the two. Functions of what's being built in Australia, and what's being built in South Africa. You looking at different ends of the electromagnetic radio spectrum out you low frequency radio waves and winds looking at midway prince radio eight. Yeah. That's right. So they'll be complementary and what happens then once you collect that data. Somehow there's going to be an awful lot of data to try and process and determine what you want, and what you check out, and what you cave and Hetty dual letting witty store it. And how do you simply get that amount of data from one place to another as an S k- Tecom. Oh, absolutely data radio telescope producing masses more data than we've been used to radio. Astronomers Esca will have an archive that something like two three hundred PETA bytes of data year, so solving that big data challenge is one of the key things will be working on over the next year. That's the big problem isn't Hetty. You know, what you keep his worth keeping headed? You know, what you Chuck out stuff that you can afford to get rid of you can afford to lose. So that's a really key challenge. And for the first time with these telescopes the computers, the supercomputers that when the data were really part of the telescope because we have to process the data more or less at the same time as it's taken. We just can't afford to stole the data anymore in this curse. We're talking about a new generation of computers. Some of the biggest in the world. That's right. Look will require for k x o scale kind of computing. So they'll be those will be big computers than anybody has now. Fortunately, we've got a few years yet to get this is all being coordinated from Manchester England S K headquarters in Manchester. There were ten member countries all over the world, and we really very much enjoyed that international. Collaboration. In fact, in two weeks time, we'll be doing in Rome to sign the treaty fast. It's too syrup. His deputy director of SIA Sira, astronomy and space science,
"perth" Discussed on Double Toasted
"You know, if you don't like, and why you grabbing his hand. You know, those moments movie, whereas like could leave him, and I should. You know, it's you can see where you could see where this going one of the things that. That I will. But you know, what the thing with the with them. Heaviness, which you can tell we're not spoiling thing. But let you know that at some point they're going to go through a romantic journey with each other. Now when they do that five to have this this this this kind of this kind of plot here, it's fine. Even had these kind of characters, but this is a relationship if you're going to have getting involved with each other that that relationship knees charm, and it needs Perth analogy, and it doesn't work if these people are just doing these these these characters are just doing what is just required them in the story without developing characters relationship and nothing more than that. Because you kind of get to know who they are. And like, you said, your your first, whatever, however, they're described the first part of the script. Well, that's that's that's all you get you'd like to know something about their background personalities are like I get it that they're costly endangered on the run. But you still gotta find ways to mix that in there. I mean, a lot of what's what's going wrong with this is because when I read about the book, I was like, okay. So apparently the stuff that we. Been complimenting and liking is stuff. That's in the book. And every time they tried to simplify it go away from that. All they did was just pinched up from Star Wars. I mean by the second half of the movie, it's a steam punk Star Wars. I mean, it was a while in the middle where I was kind of like, well, it's it's sorta reminded me a Star Wars. But I'm not I'm not exactly sure why it's not working as well. And I was like, yeah. It's the personalities they're not there. And by the second half. They just went like fuck, which is doing Star Wars. That's all only worry about it. Yeah..
a study performed to show that stomach ulcers are not just caused by stress
"In nineteen eighty. One doctor Marshall was in his third year of an internal medicine fellowship. This is the additional training that doctors do after they earn their MD and finish the residency. If they want to specialize in something, he needed to start a new research project and have been working with Dr Robin Warren, the chief pathos Logist at Royal Perth Hospital for Dr Marshall was doing his internship. Doctor warns suggested he take a look at an odd pattern. He had seen fellow physicians would send in patients with particularly troublesome ulcers to see if maybe they had cancer or something. Each also patients had something in common. They all had an infestation of a particular bacteria living in their gut called helicobacter pylori Dr Marshall suspected that maybe the bacteria had something to do with developing Alzheimer's. So he cultured the 'Bacterial and started doing experiments. On civically. And so a couple of years and. And I had been trying to insect mice and rats Guinea pigs, and eventually did experiments on piglet, which grew the experiment because they'd be grew into full size. Pigs and experiment had to stop and found that pigs are incredibly resistant to conserve bacteria. When they're adults least anyway. So that was failing. The animal experiments were failing. He wasn't able to get the animals to pick up the infection at all, which made it impossible to see if it was related to Alzheimer's. What was worse? Medical community dismissed the idea that there was even a chance. The bacteria caused Alzheimer's. Presented this idea that bacteria could be cooling else's. Everybody would be skeptics, which is ninety percent, which site? Well, obviously people with also have got something wrong with this stomach. It's the also and there are dozens of things. We can find that a different role in in people with all ses. So we think that having an also much to these benign HAMAs bacteria, which is a common and so we really have to believe at the stage. So the question was which came to this, the teary or the also. Marshall was able to do a few small case studies where he would use antibiotics, which kill the helicopter to treat stomach ulcer patients and the kept getting better. But still he was struggling to get approval to do a full fledge study. So he decided to take matters into his own hands or really his own stomach. Dr. Marshall decided to purposely infect himself with the bacteria. To see if he developed stomach inflammation. The first step towards developing a stomach ulcer. I, he needed a baseline. So he asked his supervisor at the hospital to do an endoscopy on him where basically they take a picture of the inside of his stomach. Doing dos could feel me as a by slot and winnings putting the Scott down these berry. I'm not sure why you asked me to do this on. You. Don't want you to tell me so tell. Once he had his baseline Dr Marshall cultured a sample of the helicobacter bacteria from a patient who had stomach inflammation, then he had to get it into his own stomach. So naturally drank it. Br agreed up the bacteria on a couple of dishes. Put it into what is the soup, which which, which growth Tyrian two, but but a small victim bottle of gca the. And admit, I drank the bacteria. Dr. Marshall told me that originally he figured not much would happen right away. He thought he could monitor the bacteria and has gut for years. And if someday he eventually developed inflammation or an ulcer than he'd know his Hypo thesis was correct, but it only took five days. After five days, I started waking up early in the morning and every morning. Vomit should go wrong. At this point in our conversation, the TV crew arrives. I thank Dr Marshall and he said he tried to call me later that night from the airport while he waited to catch a redeye flight to Hong Kong, which was bright and early New York time. So I came into the officer early and made sure I had a better set of this time to get the rest of the story. At the point where he started to get sick. Dr. Marshall hadn't told anybody, even his wife that he was doing the self experiment. When he started to get sick, you realize he couldn't hide it any longer. So he fessed up told my watch. She picked out and said that. But she, she wasn't well. She'd had a car accident shit for children under what she was complaining about. Really the only two broken ribs anyway, then turned up looking a bit on wellness in great news, took the bacteria have been fiction. And of course, she said. So the worst possible time to have it anyway, she told me that I'd have to leave the house and stay somewhere else and let to eight ball things. But she said she got to be reprieved. She said, oh, well, if you experimental, choose nephew in dusk, the when you've done that, then you can take your any Baltics same type, but you must. So I had the more radium Puckett and soon as I had my final tests to see what had happened. I started taking them the industry show that he had developed both of bacterial infection and the telltale stomach inflammation. It was the best proof so far that the bacteria was the true cause of stomach ulcers. Not a byproduct or coincidence. These infections were causing people to develop uncomfortable, sometimes life threatening ulcers. And the whole time we've been acting like it was just stress
"perth" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"On her parents house does this and then she's like i'll just say that your twelve or whatever age but you look really young so don't bring it up because it embarrasses you and then you can company something stupid like that and wow yeah that takes some balls let me just say well in evidently and this is the thing that i think a lot of people off he was only questioned once during this whole thing which was at perth airport we're staff only after she has to make sure he was twelve and the nobody else ever questioned this kid flying by himself to a totally different country wow okay kind of a little terrifying if my child wants to run away it's not just own now i'm running on the bus two totally different country but on the other hand you know in this era of totally different types of families and mixed families and a lot of marriages ending in divorce it's very common i think for children to fly by themselves to go see one parent or the other and there's a lot more you know international and interracial marriages so it's very likely that a good number of those are in a different country and kind of annoying if every time it's like oh wait where's the parents flying my mother's not flying with me to see her ex husband leave me alone but don't they usually even if you're flying unaccompanied without an adult like they have a way of identifying you and you are walked to from one plane from one gate to another if you have connecting flights by an some some airline staff i don't know exactly but i thought that's maybe how.
"perth" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The b you know it's a hard time for these young men and women even though these are some of the best and brightest most evil young adults in the country with the congressional recommendation top marks these are varsity athletes but they often struggle because they're being asked to do things that they can't yet do and for you know half of these cadets they're going to be in the bottom half maybe for the first time in their life of a group of peers and what we find is that the measure of talent that west point has used for decades and it's called the whole candidate score weighted average of your sats high highschool rank your physical ability based on things like the twomile run and your leadership potential as a priest by experts psychologist this has actually remarkably little to do with whether you finish this piece training or not whereas grit measured on day two of the training is actually a reliable predictor duckworth says that the whole candidates score is important and if the cadets stay at west point it's a good predictor of how well they'll do in every aspect that the academy measures put it no guarantee that you'll show up you know through the end of that perth par training and even got one wanted a lesson from my research but it's not the talent doesn't matter at all of course it does of course it must but talent is no guaranteed you'll be the hardest worker or the one who six and things for the long run and i think if we singlemindedly think about talent and iq as the only determinants than we are leaving out effort the quality and the quantity of our efforts many people go through life doing what they think they should do without really loving it how do we find our passion i can speak personally to that i was thirty two when i started my phd program when i started down the path formally the become the psychologist thought i am today and believe me i would have started down that path many years earlier if i had actually figured it out so it was a struggle for me as well to identify to develop that passion i think the first lesson is that it does take years for.
"perth" Discussed on FT Everything Else
"Look i woke woke up with a jolt battle disoriented what we're on my experience i'm them i quite like the image of a perth in a clowns sleeping on a safe along in a gallery cern way it's good the balance that yet i wanted to intended it will have like a actor them so so the work of is i've seen before seems to be about exploring desire and sexuality and bodies and everything that that entails that doesn't seem to be so much present in this show eight eu set of moving away from that which is something the you'll known for low low us both i wanted to imbue those questions with a different nuance them differently in this context just in view of how nudity is perceived by an audience and also in view of an topical events of the last several years i've always thought about desire sex sexuality the but the the significance placed on the body in political terms i suppose i feel like econ present the body without having a meaning imposed on it and not for me is how a political significant so when we see a female naked body for example we immediately think of sex or sexuality and in the sense that we see him a male viewer because that's been the case for so long i would say that my work and prevented in an are context that i think invites a different type of scrutiny to look a pornographic contact say or will i can advertising year exactly invites the con of critical viewing above there was founded by like the baseness and stupidity of low views are willing they are to allow themselves to is the same thing is there for titillating purposes and so on.
"perth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Perth nausea your forecast calling for some sunshine but breezy conditions early today i have fifty then a rain snow mixed likely tonight no showers likely early isaudin the low forty six and carl sunshine 536 right now it is forty one degrees i'm other pasco in patriots waking up on rights i this is sean hannity morning minute all right so it looks like the disgraced former fbi director james comey has pulled out of the woodwork patrol president trump on twitter over the weekend president trump last as the unbreakable father of one of the ucla basketball players who were being held in china chapter shoplifting incident president wrote on twitter we'll ball father of lee angelo is done accepting of what i did for his son i'll maybe i should have left him in jail only seemingly took a jab at trump tweeted takes little more than his share of the blame and a little less than his share of the credit a jim what a good leader lee classified information near the media what a good leader cover up the multiple crimes corruption of the clintons would you right and exoneration of hillary before doing the investigation really given electric leader from coast to coast from c two shining see the the sean hannity show or thanksgiving is here and most of you you're going to be seeing friends and family may be watching nfl games okay wait check apart may not be watching nfl games but it doesn't matter i have the best alternative to watching football this year and guess what it's called wit's end wagers the party game now you've heard me talking about this great gave years i talk about a poor reason it is the best game you'll ever play you set it up on the table you gather round as many people as you want to play you play with uh uh can stand could sit in a chair aegis gather round the table friends and family and guess what everybody can play of agent before you know it your whole rome is going to be filled.
"perth" Discussed on About Last Night
"That that's where you could do it with you could just push it uh it was unbelievable you could bring jesus christ when we're talking about you i guess you know when you're on the subject of what celebrity what ever you of course we're gonna come off goes a demonstration there are sometimes where you could just you can adjust massage that part to climax empty ptc who tell you that a body of mine just when when you yourself you its own turn to the first time you jerk dav yes i was jerking off before was cool i was your land was a coup and that was my next question it was cool in seventh grade big henrici kids in seventh grade that were there was to get kids in seventh grade there were kids that what is were fog and the kids are warning that there were willing to talk about it and like too much so it was a matter you don't do it will you fucking loser and then you have to either be like it's it's basically the introduction to vulnerability yeah and being able to be cool by admitting something that or everyone does it but i was masturbating before that before i knew it was that i used to put my are in the shower we're we're the water from the bottom faucet where you're writing a bath i would put that on so there was a lot of pressure and i would of scoops myself up to it and be like kind of amac tippytoe s and have the waterfall fall on hold my soft at the time of bum a boy under the peace and i found it just felt kinda goes cures what was left of a very quiz at a perth yeah so i left my penis on under the water for bit and then started to feel better and better and it took like minutes and minutes could as warm water on the body that just feels good or something different i've had.
"perth" Discussed on WCTC
"We have another sexual harassment allegation no it's not the not kevin spacey this time this one involves the house speaker in the state of kentucky stepping down after an allegation the speaker of the house they were stepped down jeff hoover resigned for absorb his position over the weekend amid these sexual harassment allegations saying that he has made quote mistakes he had a secretly settled the harassment allegation by a woman on a legislative staff i did not resign as a state representative and has denied all the allegations he said i did make mistakes and that i engaged in inappropriate text messages in the meantime the house speaker will be assuming the upper east final control as the acting speaker but it seems like another day goes by and it's like all right who's who's going to be the allegations going against today the dustin hoffman that one win away kind of quietly right that was apparently an allegation by someone who was on the set of one of his movies from the late eighties was a death of a salesman was made into a move we have set in perth and boy was an the salesperson there'd ever that booed that movie was about it was about a family said in in perth envoy was an but that is in other day another allegation it seems like what's going on there speaking of birthday boy got gotta congratulate the perth and boy panthers the football team now of course with thirty the high school football the tournament the playoffs to play offs are here never in their history has the football team from perth damn boy high school played in the postseason tournament that all changes this year because for the first time ever the panthers of perth and envoy are headed to the high school playoff sal outstanding is now of course i'm a little partial to the woodbridge barons for obvious reasons but it's good to see perth envoy for the first time ever qualifying for the for the tournament they're good luck to them it's going to take a couple of major upsets for them to advance but just to get that first opportunity to play in a in a playoff atmosphere a tournament type environment good luck the perth the envoy for their game and they'll go so cool to have them a qualify for the the playoffs in the post season for the first time in their.
"perth" Discussed on KOIL
"And dr pinkus you were talking about how your comax formula can help us in this battle against stress and against this is something everyone should be aware of whether you're 24 or 94 ideas that for many many years the younger perth in an aden as well i use that then it definitely helped me pleat better help control the trust of the work day world and many people be amazed how this actually work because our formula have a chemical reaction occurred before you actually ingested uhhuh calmac prediced off it doesn't get lot and so what happens is that when people come if i can in your body wall compress it and so people horan pain they take account after calcium magnesium get into the month of and it started relax dr pinkus you talked earlier about how stress affects your energy and i'd like you to elaborate a little bit more on that subject if you would i mean does stress that's really affect our energy levels good question the biggest people chronic fatigue syndrome pm after fibromyalgia wiping people out the low energy is a lot of it by pain feeling old your joints well this kind of waste you out energy and then get tired and you go to sleep guess what you don't conor narrow due to a lack of calcium and magnesium when you have account in the first thing that happened you take a twenty minute before you go to bed a good.
"perth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The k elect we invent the summer i at the royal perth new dive you know i a moment knowing who to absolute rubbish that loads of evidence the pomerai retreat pin for going in a way of changing five old up we got to the historical it would have more of a brainwashing thing in the fifty a hug that info you you're right you have a section about shamanism had having one foot in prehistoric in one foot in the modern era in japan it's almost dead uh but it as you call it it's one of the oldest forms of magic in the world tell me about japanese shamanism right it i love with the coq ten til we keep the way of the god go way back on the wish hip on it at gun another each one would forum my mixture all loku showman religion folklore type of thing and book did borrow from putting them at some point nikki bottle borrow komo the play it but you yeah they would basically an wits dumped the show with you to go round killing all healing who haunt i made of go on how to think about not feeling that they lightly in who element of what coaching gum shingle mimicking some about with you have very how could he could have put an fat your book includes some of the spells and and and methods that are used to achieve different ends a one to keep demons out of your house you take a sprig of holly and roasted sardine had i i would think that we keep just about anything out of your house politically i healy genuinely being up in japan which with a shot i go about that with impacting so some of these things live on a even if they don't take him seriously right selfprotection yes the supersafe einstein hugh you reverted going past you you hide you're from inside of.
"perth" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Judge's in australia i don't even know where to wait what she could have been in perth food sydney by belgrade our number seven to seven five seven nine one o five are we need to fight some muslim ladies to play volleyball for us our absorb kick ball forest this week for the gramatica as this thing sneaks up on me every year insured off here we are we have a bone team at a gala dire tasked with fighting females at the eighty three or four female to rally tents is the level of play at this tournament i'd say i'd say relatively intends to extremely intense depending on who your play we don't take it that seriously but there are flatly at their out for blood most xrayed in year round they started practising private day after last year's who in this room is playing i'd like i am all as the possibility that i will be playing on clay he pled can i play i didn't know if i miss the deadline or selfdoubt deadline okay i'm i'm in net saturday headline is showing up sat right i'll start training today argued that we ought to train but nike i had you should at least be able to walk distances without losing mcgriff sure i'm spectating okay yeah bring the baby out a phoebe all right yeah yeah be out but i probably juara i i might just come in an now sharper buddy whatsapp okay kickbacks sense here what does that mean kick boxing what is getting laws he could hardly volleyball okay although lashing out project by a guy did we glossed over it no one had a though that but here's navy i'm i'm working on it i'm hoping i can complain i hope you to where we la you clearly we need girls and we need we probably need dudes two larrarte two years ago they museum it last year i'd have a bunch of listeners that was last year all mad that was a barra saying i got a tax that i was not on the show so as a lowly promotions guy i got a tax sometime around two a m the night before the kick alternate asked me me if i wanted to play yeah it was awful i i.
"perth" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL
"Developers that partners closely with their internal it teams and make sure that all that security you know word on their corp not an the log in credentials you know everything that that they need to make sure that their attendees had access but no one else are excuse me their employees had access but no one else can get into it and that's really where i feel a lot of businesses big or small they feel intimidated by that and they're not always sir how do i know it's actually secure yet how do i know that it's truly not going to be you know hacked into or anything like that and so we take on that responsibility um and an innate it can be pretty elaborate there's a lot of questions you know i don't even know i began to try to dive into that i have people i my team who are experts in that um but there you know you do have to be careful and especially in these days when you read about the equal faxes and the targets and the other companies which had been hacked into the the whose and whatever app early information's been taken of stolen when you have a company that has a new product that they have to train the people for before you actually announce it absolutely and and it's a challenge because on the one side what you just said you know you want to keep it closed and tight and no one else to act that that will the best way to do that of course is to just have an in perth than meeting don't record at don't capture at don't live stream it just if you if you want this information you come and get it but at the same time you know we're growing and the economy is expanding and there's more people and you have the millennial generation and then the next generation coming up like my son who only knows the digital world and that's what they have grown up on and so there's this demand that thing put on businesses to accommodate that need as well and so there is at the it's a very challenging space to be anon i would say that there's a lot of companies like mine triumph solvit and figure it out i don't think i.
"perth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Well a as everybody knows the second october 140 anniversary onto perth of mahatma gandhi and yes i can see the end was be the little else the and a lot of the indian papers have been running all kinds of gun destroys including once again the great mystery of his assassination us everybody notable thinks they know he was killed by a hindu nationalist cool goods it who burst into the room he was he was staying in and shot him three times the trouble with this explanation of events is that the police reports at the time refer persistently to a fourth bullet moreover the fourth put it it seems could not be fought either by the beretta the to used to kill gandhi or by and the other breadth of the serb provided a by his his comradesinarms adopt pachulia uh who was also condemned for the killing it must have been far by another weapon now the case of course gone cold the report dupe say what kind of gun might have been used and they don't expand on the point this is one of the great mysteries of indian politics who fired the fourthround what kind of weapon to the eu's on why would it never pursued why does this matter now it doesn't in the strip grasping the things is just a fascinating historical detail if for example it turns out though that the candy was actually killed because medicare pound he was the fourth but it is likely to killed him fight somebody other than causes so perhaps not a hindu nationalist it does draw the change the tinge of how he was killed wine.
"perth" Discussed on KOIL
"Who these organizations are very difficult and against the other question would be because whereas like to talk about two solutions here on the show so i guess my question is okay so then is there a solution to this and the only thing that i can come up with is some of these things need to be purchased in person as opposed to being able to order these kinds of things online but i can't imagine that is something that would happen would you see that happening now i i don't think though because i think film nanny rely on internet purchases in bulk to get the product that they need i would think it a perfect world we occurred require that i'll be applied product purchase only in person or perhaps take off the higher grade so that they do that because online you can be anybody you can provide four five at the case uh you know in the fourth addresses and things like that there is no way to tack that but in perth certainly you do need welltrained employees that would wonder why someone buying a lot of pvc pipe ingredients to go in that where that would be in a bulk nails and things like that so uh you know not everybody pays it but this is something that we do need to be aware of homeland security guards have check with that you know employees train their own employees train their employees so it up it go back home where uh in the internet is very difficult to pin point to be aware because we don't know who is on the other side of that computer but certainly a lot of faith in her you know purtill either armed pie throwers and dairy other places on but the bottom line is if they want the product they're going to.
"perth" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"perth" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The rest of it let let let let society take care of it we have to the armed forces will reflect our society and if our society beams things to be as they are so be it in the armed forces and i thought your new in the armed forces there will be a problem when things like homosexuality was accepted at cetera of wrong now i thought the the men would have a problem with it they don't with point made yesterday by the pilot we spoke to a joint is a he he transition machine at all they care was could i do the job in combat conditions i could that was the end of it well i tell you this if you're in in our own operations during combat you're not looking at a perth color of person skin you're not looking whether it's male or female you're not wired draw you're looking at the eyes of the person serving with you and if the eyes of with you so be it that sounds very parliamentary the ayes have it the ice have it all as in combat actually if you are serving with someone who's with you you look at their eyes and you don't give a damn about anything else okay let's go back into the fight was if he my we talk to this story earlier on i find this bizarre prisoners being released by mistake from the prison service other seventy of the now if you've got an eagle to foot ruffle follow got somebody's ninety chicken on the computer oh colonel bob you got six moments under sentence you don't really somebody early of a record the probably the mistakes of probably in the computer or something beyond that date necessarily believe it's the people are releasing them but you knew how many people have been released a seventy one prisoners being released by by mistake wrote i just hope that in that seventy one this not some mad idiot that's got out and i do think it will be below levels stuff i hope but unit the seventy one people that should shoot who should serve more longer should serve longer but the mistakes would probably be it within the system but not with the people releasing them with the.